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College Properties of Matter
The cubic meter is a measure of:
  1. volume
  2. density
  3. pressure
  4. acceleration
  5. concentration
College DNA, RNA, and Genetics
College Circulatory and Immune Systems
What does HIV stand for?
  1. Human Immunodeficiency Virus
  2. Human Immunodificiency Virus
  3. Human Improvement Varies
  4. Human Immunodeficient Virus
College Nervous and Endocrine Systems
College Atmosphere
Seasons are caused by
  1. solar radiation
  2. trade winds and currents
  3. distance from the sun
  4. tilt of the earth
College Anatomy and Physiology
What is homeostasis?
  1. fluctuate greatly between very high and low values
  2. ingestion of enough food to satisfy hunger
  3. tendency of the body to maintain a stable environment
  4. remains within certain limited ranges
College Anatomical Organization
College Cell Structure and Function
What provides the cell membrane with strength & stability?
  1. steroids
  2. cholesterol
  3. glycolipids
  4. proteins
College Nervous and Endocrine Systems
The nervous system is composed of                  .
  1. neural tissue
  2. blood vessels
  3. connective tissue
  4. all of the above
College Nervous and Endocrine Systems
Which is not a type of peripheral nervous system neuroglia?
  1. Schwann Cells
  2. Microglia
  3. Satellite Cells
College DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Which of the following statements regarding ribosome function in protein synthesis is true?
  1. They synthesize the protein in the nucleus
  2. The dopy the DNA from the nucleus and move it to the cytoplasm
  3. Their anticodons bind to the mRNA
  4. They synthesize the protein by reading the copy of the mRNA
College Properties of Matter
What units are used to measure density?
  1. cubic meter
  2. grams per centimeter cubed
  3. pascal
  4. meters per second per second
  5. mole per liter
College DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Which of the three answer choices must genetic material be?
  1. able to store information that is used to control metabolic activites of cells or organisms
  2. able to undergo changes (mutations) providing the genetic variability required for evolution
  3. stable so it can be replicated accurately during cell division and be transmitted for generations
  4. strong and active enough to support living things through DNA replication and experience change
College Macromolecules
The primary elements forming biomolecules include                                .
  1. Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen
  2. Nitrogen, Potassium and Lithium
  3. Hydrogen, Nitrogen, and Silicon
  4. Calcium, Chlorine and Boron
College Cell Structure and Function
What cell contains chlorophyll?
  1. animal
  2. bacteria
  3. human
  4. plant
College Cell Structure and Function
College Acids and Bases
College Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
Pulmonary ventilation is the                                                .
  1. exchange of gases between the blood & the cells
  2. exchange of gases between the lungs & the blood
  3. inspiration & expiration
  4. None
College Acids and Bases
A solution with a pH value of 7 indicates a(n):
  1. volatile solution
  2. alkaline solution
  3. neutral solution
  4. acidic solution
College Biomes
The biosphere is                                                                                      .
  1. the layer where are all living organisms are found
  2. the gaseous layer that surrounds the earth
  3. the study of the patterns and relationships found in the biotic or living environment
  4. the interrelationships found in the living environment
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