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Life Science

The study of living organisms, their structures, functions, interactions and adaptations, to deepen our understanding of the natural world and its complexities.

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What is the energy source that powers most food webs?

  • The Sun
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Magma
  • Vitamins

Fructose sugar is also know as

  • Grape sugar
  • Sweet sugar
  • Cane sugar
  • Beet sugar
  • Blood sugar

Parasitism is...

  • A relationship where one organism benefits and the other is harmed
  • A relationship where one organism benefits and the other is unaffected
  • A relationship where all organisms involved benefit
  • A relationship where all organisms involved are harmed

A carnivore is

  • an organism that breaks down the remains of dead plants or animals without the need for internal digestion
  • an organism that gets energy by eating only plants
  • an organism that uses sunlight to make its own food for energy
  • an organism that gets energy by eating only other animals

In what cellular organelle does photosynthesis occur?

  • chloroplast

Which of the following BEST describes planet Earth?(check all appropriate answers)

  • It is a “Blue Marble” planet as seen from the outer space.
  • It is a “Blue Marble” planet as seen from the outer space.
  • It is the only known planet that can support life.
  • It is in the Goldilocks zone.

If lave cools and solidify, what type of rock will formed?

  • Sedimentary Rock
  • Intrusive Igneous
  • Extrusive Igneous
  • Magma

all objects that have biological processes that keep them alive, such as plants and animals

  • Living organism

Which of these is NOT an igneous rock?

  • pumice
  • andesite
  • conglomerate
  • scoria

What do you call the process by which the sediments are transformed into solid sedimentary rocks?

  • Lithification

The following are examples of detrital sedimentary rocks EXCEPT __________.

  • chert
  • sandstone
  • chalk
  • slate

A motor neuron sends an impulse to...

  • A muscle or gland
  • A sensory neuron
  • An interneuron
  • Another motor neuron

What lesson/topic you think you need to further understand? Choose one (1).

  • Earth System
  • Minerals and Its Properties
  • Classification of Rocks
  • Exogenic Process

No of elements in the periodic table were natural

  • 60
  • 80
  • 100
  • 90
  • 50

What is a population?

  • All of the organisms living in a particular area
  • All of the species living in a particular area
  • All of the members of one species living in a particular area
  • All of the biotic factors in particular area

The following are processes that form sedimentary rocks EXCEPT _______.

  • Lithification
  • Compaction
  • Cementation
  • Crystallization

If a certain mineral has a scale of 10 in the MOH’s scale of hardness, it means the mineral can ___________________?

  • be scratched with a coin
  • be easily scratch with fingernails
  • not be scratched by any tool except the same mineral

Which organelles relate to PROTECTION?

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  • Cell wall (plants only)
  • Cell wall (plants only)
  • Cell membrane

Why do animals compete with one another?

  • For bragging rights
  • For resources, such as food and shelter
  • For status as top animal
  • For survival, in fights to the death

What is the parent rock of marble?

  • limestone

How are protists different than bacteria?

  • Protists are eukaryotic and bacteria are prokaryotic
  • Protists are prokaryotic and bacteria are eukaryotic
  • There is no difference; protists and bacteria are the same thing
  • Protists are always unicellular and bacteria are always multicellular

Salt is a Mineral formed through the process of _____________.

  • Cooling and Solidification
  • Erosion
  • Evaporation
  • Weathering

What is the name of an organism that cannot produce its own food and must get it from another source?

  • prokaryotic
  • eukaryotic
  • autotroph
  • heterotroph

The _______________________ are the four innermost planets in the solar system, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. They are called terrestrial because they have a compact, rocky surface like the Earth's. The planets, Venus, Earth, and Mars have significant atmospheres while Mercury has almost none. The following diagram shows the approximate distance of the terrestrial planets to the Sun.

  • Terrestrial planets
  • Jovian Planets
  • Giant Planets
  • Solar System

What classification of rock will form once the sediments experienced compaction and cementation?

  • sedimentary

Why do some astronomers argue that the formation of the Jovian planets is a problem that needs further explanation?

  • [No Answer]

Some moths drink nectar from flowers for energy. In the process, they also spread pollen from flower to flower and help them reproduce. This interaction is best described as...

  • Competition
  • Parasitism
  • Mutualism
  • Commensalism

It is an exogenic process where sediments are added to a landform or landmass.

  • Deposition
  • Erosion
  • Lithification

An amoeba is an example of a multicellular organism.

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  • True
  • False

A habitat is...

  • Where an organism gets everything it needs to survive
  • Where an organism reproduces
  • The area around an ecosystem
  • A behavior that helps organisms survive

A decomposer is

  • an organism that gets energy from eating other animals
  • all objects that have biological processes that keep them alive, such as plants and animals
  • an organism that breaks down the remains of dead plants or animals without the need for internal digestion
  • a single, self-contained living thing

An adaptation is...

  • A behavior that increases an organism's chances of survival
  • A behavior or physical trait that increases an organism's chances of survival
  • A physical trait that increases an organism's chances of survival
  • A way that the organism changes its behavior

A plant cell containing 0.1 molar sucrose and 0.2 molar glucose is placed in a 0.3 molar solution of sucrose. What type of solution is this?

  • W) Super saturated
  • X) Isotonic
  • Y) Hypotonic
  • Z) Hypertonic

Rocks is a building blocks of Minerals. Therefore, minerals are composed of rocks.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Are fungi eukaryotic or prokaryotic?

  • Eukaryotic
  • Prokaryotic

Lions and African wild dogs both live hunt gazelle and other mammals, but the lion lives in the tall grass, whereas the wild dogs tend to prefer the woods. Which term best describes their interaction when it comes to FOOD?

  • Predation
  • Adaptation
  • Competition
  • Symbiosis

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are known as the ___________ (Jupiter-like) planets, because they are all gigantic compared with Earth, and they have a gaseous nature like Jupiter's. The Jovian planets are also referred to as the gas giants, although some or all of them might have small solid cores. The following diagram shows the approximate distance of the Jovian planets to the Sun.

  • Dwarf Planets
  • Jovian Planets
  • Planets
  • Solar System

Once a rock were exposed too weathering, it will form small pieces of rock called ___________

  • sediments

What animal is the only one to go through metamorphosis?

  • Anemones
  • Reptiles
  • Insects
  • Amphibians

Study the diagram, what type of rocks will experience Weathering and Erosion? Check all the box that is appropriate.

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  • Igneous
  • Igneous
  • Sedimentary
  • Metamorphic

Which of the following organelles relate to ENERGY?

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  • Cell membrane
  • Mitochondria
  • Nucleus
  • Chloroplasts (plants only)

What type of microscope did van Leeuwenhoek use when first observing cells?

  • W) Light Microscope
  • X) Electro Microscope
  • Y) Refracting Microscope
  • Z) Compound Microscope

Study the picture. What transportation agent acted upon to move the sediments from one place to another?

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  • Water
  • Wind
  • Glaciers
  • Gravity

Which planet is considered as "Earth's twin planet" in the solar system?

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A blood cell is placed into a salt solution and is observed to shrink. What type of solution was the blood cell placed in?

  • W) Hypertonic
  • X) Isotonic
  • Y) Hypotonic
  • Z) Osmotic

What type of cell is this?

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  • Animal
  • Plant
  • Human
  • Dog
  • Worm

Which of the following is the measure of the ability of a substance to resist scratching?

  • Luster
  • Hardness
  • Color
  • Streak

What is the FUNCTION of the part pointed to below? In other words, what does it do?

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  • Supports the structure of the cell
  • Provides energy for the cell
  • Produces food for the cell
  • Controls what goes in and out of the cell
  • Gives the cell instructions

Which of the following is an AUTOTROPH?

  • Fish
  • Butterfly
  • Tree
  • Shrimp
  • Rabbit

For every action, there is an equal and oppositereaction.The law can be more fully stated as, “Whenever one body exerts force upon a second body, the second body exerts an equal and opposite force upon the first body.” That is, when the sun pulls on a planet with the force of gravity, the planet pulls on the sun with a force of equal magnitude. But, because the sun is so much more massive than the planet, Newton's second law says that the sun will experience much less acceleration.

  • 1st Law of Motion: Law of Inertia
  • 2nd Law of Motion: F = ma
  • 3rd Law: Law of Reciprocal Actions
  • Law of Universal Gravitation

Which of these is a metamorphic rock?

  • basalt
  • quartz
  • shale
  • slate

What is the parent rock of greenstone?

  • basalt

He pursued a lifetime career in the Church, but he was also a talented mathematician and astronomer. His work triggered a revolution in human thought. These stamps were issued in 1973 to mark the 500th anniversary of his birth.

  • Copernicus
  • Plato
  • Socrates
  • Aristotle

In the human body, the gallbladder is in immediate proximity to what organ?

  • W) Liver
  • X) Spleen
  • Y) Pancreas
  • Z) Thymus

The part labled C is the...

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  • Cerebrum
  • Cerebellum
  • Brain stem
  • Spinal cord

Which of the following is a producer?

  • Chameleon
  • Cactus
  • Dingo
  • Toucan

Structure B is the...

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  • Cerebrum
  • Cerebellum
  • Brain stem
  • Spinal cord

A consumer is

  • an organism that gets energy from eating other animals
  • an organism that gets energy by eating only other animals
  • a long term relationship between two different kinds of organisms where one or both receive the benefit
  • any characteristic that helps a plant or animal survive

What is the FUNCTION of the part pointed to below? In other words, what does it do?

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  • Produces carbohydrates
  • Acts like a storage unit for the cell
  • Packages and distributes material throughout and out of the cell
  • Acts like the garbage disposal of the cell and processes waste
  • Controls what goes in and out of the cell

What rock is in the picture?

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  • obsidian

Acid rain will help the rocks to disintegrate and its mineral composition will also change. What type of weathering is this?

  • Biological
  • Chemical
  • Physical

This is the smallest unit of an organism.

  • Bacteria
  • Invertebrate
  • Cell
  • Protists

The peripheral nervous system includes the brain and spinal cord.

  • True
  • False

What do you call the process of transforming a parent rock into a texturally and mineralogically new rock?

  • Metamorphism

A diver finds an underwater cave filled with bacteria that seem to feed on volcanic sulfur vents. What type of organisms are these?

  • W) Heterotroph
  • X) Hemotroph
  • Y) Chemotroph
  • Z) Phototroph

Which of the following is NOT a related study to Earth Science?

  • Geology
  • Genetics
  • Meteorology
  • Oceanography

Showed it was farther away than the Moon and orbiting the Sun

  • Intensive observation of Mars
  • The Lord of Uraniborg
  • Great Comet of 1577
  • Astronomical Database

He was a nobleman from Denmark who made astronomy his life's work because he was so impressed when, as a boy, he saw an eclipse of the Sun take place at exactly the time it was predicted. Tycho’s life's work in astronomy consisted of measuring the positions of the stars, planets, Moon, and Sun, every night and day possible, and carefully recording these measurements, year after year.

  • Plato
  • Niculas Copernicus
  • Tycho Brahe
  • Aristotle

This type of rock is formed due to exposure to Heat & Pressure

  • Igneous
  • Sedimentary
  • Metamorphic

A liver cell has stopped functioning and a scientist observes that it is producing lactic acid. Failure of what organelle most likely caused the liver cell to stop functioning?

  • W) Mitochondrion
  • X) Nucleus
  • Y) Ribosome
  • Z) Golgi Body

What is a carrying capacity?

  • The maximum number of organisms that can live in an ecosystem
  • The minimum number of organisms that can live in an ecosystem
  • The number of species that are currently living in an ecosystem
  • The maximum number of organisms that has ever lived in a particular area

Which of these minerals makes up a rock salt?

  • gypsum
  • calcite
  • quartz
  • halite

In what state will a plant cell be if placed in a hypotonic environment?

  • W) Lysis
  • X) Plasmolysis
  • Y) Turgor
  • Z) Shrinking

Tulips, daisies, sunflowers, apple trees, maple trees

  • mosses
  • ferns
  • gymnosperms
  • angiosperms

How do fungi get nutrients?

  • photosynthesis
  • ingest through mouth opening
  • Absorb the nutrients across their cell walls.

An animal that is hunted is called

  • prey
  • predator
  • consumer
  • producer

Sedimentary rocks are classified based on foliation.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Which of the following items found in an ecosystem are considered abiotic factors?

  • A dead tree
  • A river
  • The sun

What rock is in the picture?

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  • basalt
  • granite
  • limestone
  • marble

In what structure of the human lung does gas exchange occur?

  • W) CAPILLARIES
  • X) TRACHEA
  • Y) ALVEOLI
  • Z) BRONCHIOLES

Mutualism is...

  • An interaction between members of the SAME species that is mutually beneficial
  • An interaction between members of the SAME species that is mutually harmful
  • An interaction between members of DIFFERENT species that is mutually beneficial
  • An interaction between members of DIFFERENT species that is mutually harmful

Which of the following taxonomic categories is the highest rank, including all of the other choices?

  • W) Order
  • X) Class
  • Y) Species
  • Z) Phylum

the term Antibiotic was coined by

  • Alexander Flemming
  • Selman Walksman
  • Louis Pasteur
  • Robert Koch
  • Pollender

Why does every animal in an ecosystem rely on producers?

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  • producers start all food chains
  • producers break down dead waste
  • producers eat consumers
  • producers recycle

An ecosystem is

  • an organism that gets energy by eating both plants and other animals
  • a single, self-contained living thing
  • all living and nonliving things and all their interactions in an area
  • a long term relationship between two different kinds of organisms where one or both receive the benefit

Which of these is NOT an ultramafic igneous rock?

  • kimberlite
  • lamproite
  • peridotite
  • rhyolite

This group of plants is vascular and seedless. They reproduce with spores under their fronds.

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  • mosses
  • ferns
  • gymnosperms
  • angiosperms

A singular animal is considered a(n):

  • population
  • community
  • species
  • individual

Which of the following is NOT a correct analogy about the Earth Systems?

  • Geosphere; Glaciers
  • Hydrosphere: Water
  • Biosphere: Life

Which of the following is NOT an invertebrate?

  • Jellyfish
  • Tarantula
  • Octopus
  • Lizard

Other name of Glycolysis

  • Hexosesdiphosphate pathway
  • TCA
  • HMP shunt
  • Glyconeogenisis
  • Gall pathway

Which organelle do organisms that photosynthesize have?

  • mitochondria
  • nucleus
  • chloroplast
  • ribosome

The thick column of nerve tissue that links the brain to most of the nerves in the peripheral nervous system is the ...

  • Brain
  • Spinal cord
  • Cerebellum
  • Cornea

Which of the major groups of plants contains no vasculature?

  • W) Bryophytes
  • X) Gymnosperms
  • Y) Angiosperms
  • Z) Embryophytes

An invertebrate is:

  • An animal without a head
  • An animal without a backbone
  • An animal without a brain

The part labled D is the...

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  • Cerebrum
  • Cerebellum
  • Brain Stem
  • Spinal cord

Besides energy from the sun, what else does a plant require to complete photosynthesis?

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  • Wind energy
  • Oxygen and carbon dioxide
  • Oxygen and water
  • Water, carbon dioxide, and chlorophyll

A tree is an example of a unicellular organism

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  • True
  • False

Earth is found in between planet _ _ _ _ _ and _ _ _ _?

  • Venus Mars

What do the environments where carnivorous plants grow all have in common?

  • They're all extremely dry
  • They all have nutrient-poor soil
  • They are all south of the Equator
  • They are all extremely cold

A part of the ecosystem that is not living, such as sunlight, air (includes oxygen and carbon dioxide), water, rocks, and soil

  • Non-living

In the part of the inner ear called the ________________, receptors convert sound vibrations into nerve impulses.

  • cochlea

In a human heart, through what structure does oxygenated blood first pass?

  • W) Right Atrium
  • X) Right Ventricle
  • Y) Left Atrium
  • Z) Left Ventricle

A bacterium is an example of a unicellular organism

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  • True
  • False

If magma cools and solidify, what type of minerals will form?

  • Extrusive
  • Intrusive

If both parents are heterozygous for a Mendelian trait, what is the percent probability that an offspring is homozygous recessive for that trait?

  • W) Zero
  • X) 25
  • Y) 50
  • Z) 100

What type of plant reproduces through spores?

  • Flowering Plants
  • Conifers
  • Ferns

When heat and pressure is added to a shale rock, it will turn into ______.

  • slate
  • greenstone
  • hornfels
  • gneiss

Which of the following represents the correct order of cellular organization? [Note: the order reads from smallest to largest from left to right]

  • Tissue -> Cell -> Organ -> Organ system
  • Organ system -> Tissue -> Organ -> Cell
  • Cell -> Tissue -> Organ -> Organ system
  • Organ -> Tissue -> Organ system -> Cell

Why are the Jovian planets much larger than the Terrestrial planets?

  • [No Answer]

The ____________________ motion of the planets was very difficult to explain using geocentrism and uniform circular motion.

  • rotation
  • revolution
  • retrogade
  • circular

A synapse is the space between...

  • One cell and another cell
  • An axon and the structure that receives the nerve impulse
  • A dendrite and the cell body
  • An axon and the cell body

When a volcano erupts and releases gas into the air, which two subsystems are interacting? Choose two (2) answer from the choices.

  • Atmosphere
  • Atmosphere
  • Biosphere
  • Geosphere

What vocabulary word describes the process by which dead organic substances are broken down into simpler organic or inorganic matter such as carbon dioxide, water, simple sugars and mineral salts?

  • Symbiosis
  • Decomposing
  • Budding
  • Mycelium

Stromatolites have been used to study the age of which of the following?

  • W) Earliest life forms
  • X) Oceans
  • Y) The Earth
  • Z) The Solar System

Mafic rocks are light colored rocks that are rich in iron.

  • TRUE
  • FLASE

A bird is an example of a multicellular organism.

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  • True
  • False

The part of the brain that controls balance is the ______________________

  • cerebellum

A body remains at rest, or moves in a straight line (at aconstant velocity), unless acted upon by a net outside force.The law of inertia did not originate with Newton, nevertheless it is integral to his system of mechanics. An object in motion will remain in motion unless something acts upon it. Because a planet is moving in an ellipse (i.e. not a straight line) this law states that there must be some “force” acting upon the planet. If there were no force, the planet would fly off in a straight line.

  • 1st Law of Motion: Law of Inertia
  • 2nd Law of Motion: F = ma
  • 3rd Law: Law of ReciprocalActions

The term Aromatic means

  • Cyclic
  • Planar
  • Conjugated
  • Fragnance
  • Benzene

A muscle contracts in response to an impulse carried by the type of neuron known as a(n) ___________ neuron.

  • Motor

What are the three categories of consumers?

  • Carnivore
  • Carnivore
  • Omnivore
  • Producer
  • Herbivore

The long "stringy" portion of a nerve cell along which a nerve impulse travels away from the cell body is called the...

  • Dendrite
  • Schwann Cell
  • Synapse
  • Axon

Which of the following organisms has radial symmetry?

  • W) Sea urchin
  • X) Sea horse
  • Y) Sea otter
  • Z) Sea turtle

Emigration is...

  • When organisms move OUT OF a population
  • When organisms move a population
  • When organisms move INTO AND OUT OF a population
  • When organisms move INTO a population

An organism is

  • any characteristic that helps a plant or animal survive
  • all living and nonliving things and all their interactions in an area
  • a single, self-contained living thing
  • a long term relationship between two different kinds of organisms where one or both receive the benefit

IMmigration is...

  • When organisms move OUT OF a population
  • When organisms move a population
  • When organisms move INTO AND OUT OF a population
  • When organisms move INTO a population

Because of the way in which the lens of the eye bends light rays, the image produced by the lens is...

  • Black and white
  • Usually blurred
  • Upside down
  • A mirror image

Living things and their interaction within a certain place is called a

  • biome
  • community
  • food web
  • ecosystem

The two greatest philosophers of ancient Greece _____ and _______.

  • Socrates and Plato
  • Aristotle and Plato
  • Socrates and Aristotle
  • Plato and John

Which activity does your cerebrum control?

  • Remembering math equations
  • Breathing as you sleep
  • Keeping your balance
  • An increase in heart rate after running

Which of the following is the target of alkylating agents, such as mustard gas?

  • W) DNA
  • X) Proteins
  • Y) Carbohydrates
  • Z) Fatty acids

Which of the following planets doesn't have an atmosphere?

  • Mercury
  • Venus
  • Earth
  • Mars

What is the term for proteins that act as catalysts in chemical reactions?

  • ENZYMES

Kepler listened to the data (2)

  • Knew that Tycho's data were accurate to 1-2 arcminutesBut Tycho was never off as much as 8 arcminutes

This type of plant contains tubes that transport water and nutrients throughout the plant.

  • Vascular
  • Nonvascular

Fungus are

  • autotrophic
  • heterotrophic

Which biophysical component of earth is composed of all the living organisms on earth, including those in land, water, and air?

  • Atmosphere
  • Biosphere
  • Geosphere
  • Hydrosphere

Which of the following organelles are UNIQUE TO PLANT CELLS?

  • Cell membrane
  • Cell Wall
  • Mitochondria
  • Chloroplasts

Which of the following is a heterotroph?

  • Ant
  • Apple Tree
  • Flower
  • Grass
  • Wheat

A producer is

  • an organism that gets energy by eating only plants
  • an organism that uses sunlight to make its own food for energy
  • a part of the ecosystem that is not living, such as sunlight, air (includes oxygen and carbon dioxide), water, rocks, and soil
  • an organism that gets energy by eating both plants and other animals

The great philosophers of ancient Greece wrote about many different subjects, including what they saw in the sky. Those writings became the foundation on which later astronomers built modern astronomy.

  • Classical Astronomy
  • Astronomy
  • Meteorology
  • Oceanography

Which of the follow is considered nonliving?

  • Water
  • Grass
  • Bacteria
  • Wood
  • Ants

According to Mohs Scale of Hardness, the hardest mineral on Earth is ______________

  • diamond

What traits do fishes and some reptiles share?

  • They both have gills.
  • They both have scales.
  • They both have fins.
  • They both look cool.

A group of similar living things that can mate and produce offspring are called:

  • Phylum
  • Species
  • Class
  • Genus

Which of the following is NOT a difference between archaeans and eubacteria?

  • W) Archaeans have a nucleus, while eubacteria do not
  • X) Eubacteria have peptidoglycan in their cell walls, while Archaeans do not
  • Y) Archaeans can have introns, while eubacteria do not
  • Z) Archaeans have several different RNA polymerases, while eubacteria have just one

No of Immunoglobulins present in the human

  • 5
  • 6
  • 4
  • 2+1
  • 2+4

Which of the following is an example of andesitic rock?

  • basalt
  • gabbro
  • diorite
  • granite

F = G m1 m2 /r2Every object in the Universe attracts every other object with a force directed along the line of centers for the two objects that is proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the separation between the two objects. While the law does not explain what gravity is, it does say how the force of gravity works. From this law and his laws of motion, Newton was able to derive all of Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion

  • 1st Law of Motion: Law of Inertia
  • 2nd Law of Motion: F = ma
  • 3rd Law: Law of Reciprocal Actions
  • Law of Universal Gravitation

Which of the following is NOT event/processes that takes place in the Geosphere?

  • Erosion
  • Earthquake
  • Condensation
  • Volcanic Eruption

Draw an example of an invertebrate.

  • [No Answer]

The arrow is pointing to the dot that represents what part of the cell?

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  • Chloroplast
  • Endoplasmic Reticulum
  • Lysosome
  • Mitochondria
  • Ribosome

In November of______, Tycho noticed a new bright star in the constellation of Cassiopeia. He proceeded to make detailed measurements of it over the next 16 months.

  • 1872
  • 1772
  • 1672
  • 1572

The arrow is pointing to the dot that represents what part of the cell?

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  • Ribosomes
  • Golgi Apparatus
  • Nucleolus
  • Cell Wall
  • Cytoplasm

The acceleration of an object is proportional to theforce acting upon it.The first law says that if no force is acting on an object, it will remain in motion. The second law tells how the motion will change when a force acts upon the object. Velocity is how fast an object is moving (speed or magnitude) and the direction it is moving. Acceleration is a change in velocity. An accelerating object can either change how fast it is moving, the direction it is moving, or both.

  • 1st Law of Motion: Law of Inertia
  • 2nd Law of Motion: F = ma
  • 3rd Law: Law of Reciprocal Actions
  • Law of Universal Gravitation

Which of the TWO primary chemicals in cells provide cells energy? REMEMBER TO SELECT TWO.

  • Carbohydrates
  • Carbohydrates
  • Proteins
  • Lipids

Which statement about bacteria is true?

  • All bacteria are prokaryotes
  • All bacteria are eukaryotes
  • All bacteria are autotrophs
  • All bacteria are heterotrophs

A herbivore is

  • an organism that gets energy from eating other animals
  • an organism that gets energy by eating only plants
  • an organism that gets energy by eating only other animals
  • an organism that gets energy by eating both plants and other animals

Mercury and Venus are the first two planets nearest the sun. Which between these planets is the hottest?

  • Mecury
  • Venus

How is classifying living things helpful to scientists?

  • Scientists all over the world know certain things about animals based on their classification.
  • Scientists know where in the zoo each animal should live.
  • Scientists can easily determine if an animal is cool or lame.

What cellular organelle encloses the cell with a lipid bilayer and separates the internal environment from the outside?

  • plasma membrane

An omnivore is

  • an organism that gets energy by eating both plants and other animals
  • an organism that gets energy by eating only other animals
  • an organism that gets energy by eating only plants
  • an organism that uses sunlight to make its own food for energy

Which of the following are characteristics of living things?

  • The ability to grow and develop
  • The ability to grow and develop
  • The ability to reproduce
  • Being able to see
  • Using energy
  • Are made of many cells
  • Respond to surroundings

Smallest bone in the man

  • Sternum
  • Rib
  • Toe
  • Thy bone
  • Maple

There are more of this kind of invertebrate than any other:

  • Insects
  • Jellyfish
  • Worms
  • Sponges

Which of the following items found in an ecosystem are considered biotic factors?

  • Grass
  • Grass
  • A rock
  • An earthworm

Lecithin is an example of which of the following?

  • W) Carbohydrate
  • X) Protein
  • Y) Phospholipid
  • Z) Nucleic

Power house of cell is considered as

  • Mitochondria
  • EPR
  • Golgi complex
  • Ribosomes
  • Mesomers

a long term relationship between two different kinds of organisms where one or both receive the benefit

  • symbiotic

Which of the following are considered resources for ALL organisms?

  • Food
  • Food
  • Shelter
  • Water

A vertebrate is an animal _________________________

  • with a backbone

Which among these planets are Terrestrial?(check all answers)

  • Mars
  • Mars
  • Jupiter
  • Saturn
  • Venus
  • Mercury

Mosses are non-vascular, which means they do not have

  • parents
  • blood
  • chloroplasts
  • special cells that act like tubes

Which of the following would cause a population to increase?

  • A large birth rate
  • A large death rate
  • A birth rate that exceeds the death rate
  • A death rate that exceeds the birth rate

A community is...

  • All of the species living together in a particular area
  • All of the members of one species living together in a particular area
  • All of the biotic and abiotic factors in a particular area
  • Only abiotic factors in a particular area

Which of the following organelles relate to STORAGE?

  • Vacuoles
  • Vacuoles
  • Vesicles

Ancient philosophers and astronomers accepted as first principles that Earth was located at the center of a geocentric universe and that everything in the heavens moved in uniform circularmotion. They thought it was obvious that Earth did not move because they did not see the shifting of the stars called __________________.

  • parallax
  • arallax
  • darallax
  • carallax

Check all the box that represents the Physical Properties of Minerals. Choose three (3) from the choices.

  • Luster
  • Luster
  • Odor
  • Color and Streak
  • Hardness

What term is used for fungi that feed on living organisms but cause harm to the organism?

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  • Saprophytic
  • Parasitic
  • Cilia
  • ymbiotic

Granite is an example of phaneritic rock.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

The six main groups into which living things are sorted are called:

  • Domains
  • Phylums
  • Families
  • Kingdoms

Which of the following IS NOT a primary chemical in cells?

  • Carbohydrates
  • Proteins
  • Lipids
  • Minerals
  • Nucleic Acids

Structure A is...Structure B is...Structure C is...Structure D is...

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  • A is the Lens
  • B is the Optic nerve
  • C is the Retina
  • D is the Iris

Who is the father of Organic chemistry

  • Robert Boyle
  • Wholer
  • Mendel
  • Aristotle
  • Antoine Lavoiser

The ____________System uses the full machinery of epicycles, etc. to make it all work in details, but like Copernicus, without using equants.

  • Tychonic
  • Kepler's
  • Plato's
  • Eleptic

Which process occurs when files of sediments accumulate and the materials below are compacted by weight of overlying layers?

  • Cementation
  • Compaction
  • Deposition
  • Sedimentation

The only natural satellite of Earth

  • Moon

It is a thin gaseous layer composed of Nitrogen, Oxygen, Argon, Carbon dioxide, and other gases.

  • Atmosphere

Which of these processes will turn an igneous rock into a metamorphic rock?

  • weathering and erosion
  • cooling and crystallization
  • heat and pressure
  • cementation

Claudius Ptolemy attempted to explain the motion of the planets mathematically by devising a small circle, the epicycle, rotating along the edge of a larger circle, the deferent, that enclosed Earth. He even allowed the speed of the planets to vary slightly as they circled a slightly off-center point called the equant. In these ways he weakened the principles of ____________ and uniform circular motion.

  • heliocentrism
  • apogee
  • sun
  • geocentrism

These plants are non-vascular and seedless

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  • mosses
  • ferns
  • conifers
  • flowering plants

Which of the following might result in a decrease in a population size?

  • Mutualism
  • Limited water
  • Predation
  • Limited space

Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of Earth?

  • It is the third planet from the Sun.
  • It is the only known planet that can support life
  • It has blue waters, rocky and green land masses
  • Atmosphere is mainly Carbon dioxide

An adaptation is

  • any characteristic that helps a plant or animal survive
  • an organism that gets energy by eating only plants
  • an organism that uses sunlight to make its own food for energy
  • an organism that gets energy from eating other animals

What are some examples of food made by fungi

  • Bread
  • Cheese
  • Mushrooms
  • All of the above

What are the distinguishing differences of the Terrestrial and Jovian planets?

  • [No Answer]

Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, _________, Genus, Species

  • Family

Structure A is the...

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  • Cerebrum
  • Cerebellum
  • Brain stem
  • Pineal gland

Which of the following Earth subsystems includes all the microbes, plants and animals that inhabit the Earth?

  • Atmosphere
  • Lithosphere
  • Biosphere
  • Geosphere

What do fungi use to reproduce?

  • Hyphae
  • Branches
  • Spores
  • They split apart

Clownfish live near sea anemones. The anemones provide protection for the clownfish, who are immune to the anemone's stinging tentacles. The clownfish help lure in prey for the anemones.

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  • Mutualism
  • Commensalism
  • Parasitism
  • Not Symbiosis

A venus fly trap is carnivorous because it traps and eats _______ to get the nutrients it needs.

  • insects

Which of these is the parent rock of schist?

  • mudstone
  • sandstone
  • granite
  • mudrocks

Which process will turn a metamorphic rock into a sedimentary rock?

  • addition of heat and pressure
  • crystallization
  • weathering and erosion
  • cooling
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