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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Biology Questions

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Grade 10 :: Macromolecules by Amy_B
Grade 10 :: Food Chains and Webs by der1228
Grade 10 :: Macromolecules by Amy_B
Grade 10 :: Macromolecules by HSimpson74
Carbohydrates are made of these 3 elements:
  1. nitrogen, oxygen, and hydrogen
  2. carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
  3. sulfur, hydrogen, and oxygen
  4. nitrogen, phosphorus, and oxygen
Grade 10 :: Biochemical Pathways by HSimpson74
Grade 10 :: Macromolecules by HSimpson74
The enzymes found in our bodies are:
  1. lipids
  2. carbohydrates
  3. proteins
  4. nucleic acids
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by sackjd
Which organelle of a plant cell is going to be most affected by direct sunlight?
  1. the cell wall
  2. the chloroplasts
  3. the cell membrane
  4. the vacuoles
Grade 10 :: Macromolecules by dddiaper2
Grade 10 :: Macromolecules by HSimpson74
Which of the following macromolecules holds genetic information?
  1. nucleic acids
  2. carbohydrates
  3. lipids
  4. proteins
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by jlovering
Which of the following accurately describes the cell membrane?
  1. a single permeable layer of phospholipids which have hydrophobic heads and hydrophilic tails
  2. a semi-permeable double layer of phospholipids which have hydrophilic heads and hydrophobic tails
  3. a single permeable layer of phospholipids which have hydrophilic heads and hydrophobic tails
  4. a semi-permeable double layer of phospholipids which have hydrophobic heads and hydrophilic tails
Grade 10 :: Biochemical Pathways by jlovering
Which of these accurately describes osmosis?
  1. The movement of water across a membrane due to an imbalance in concentration. This occurs because the solute is not permitted to diffuse by the membrane. The direction of the water flow is opposite of the gradient for normal diffusion.
  2. The movement of water across a membrane due to an imbalance in concentration. This occurs because the solute is not permitted to diffuse by the membrane. The direction of the water flow is the same as the gradient for normal diffusion.
  3. The movement of particles of solute from high concentration to low concentration when water cannot cross the cell membrane.
  4. The movement of particles across a cell membrane using energy derived from ATP
Grade 10 :: Biochemical Pathways by Brandydee
Grade 10 :: Human Reproduction by HSimpson74
Grade 10 :: Food Chains and Webs by appier
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