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[Solutions] All Biology Answers To The Quiz
on: March 04, 2020, 05:38:55 PM


[Biology 5] The Cell Theory And History Of Cell (Solutions)

The cell is defined as the structural and functional unit of living organism, the cell is the simplest, the smallest and basic unit of life. All living things are made of cell. Cell is regarded as basic unit of living organism because it carry out all life activities such as "feeding, reproduction, growth".

1. Amoeba use _____ for movement

A. Cytoplasm
B. Pseudopodia ✔
C. Ectoplasm
D. Vacuole

2. This is the flow of water molecule from the region of low concentration to the region of high concentration through a selectively permeable membrane is

A. Diffusion
B. Plasmolysis
C. Osmosis ✔
D. Mitosis

3. The organism which consist of only one cell is

A. Living cell
B. Unicellular cell ✔
C. Multicelullar cell
D. Eukayotic cell



4. Who discover the honey comb structure of cell ?

A. Felix dujardin
B. Theodor schwann
C. Robert hooke ✔
D. Thomas Virchow



5. Amoeba, Chlymadomonas, Euglena are example of organism which Consist of how many cell

A. One cell ✔
B. Two cell
C. Three cell
D. Four cell

6. _____ is a french biologist in who discovered that the cell was made up of living substance who named it Protoplasm.

A. Felix dujardin ✔
B. Theodor schwann
C. Robert hooke
D. Thomas Virchow

7. ______ was a German zoologist who discovered that the bodies of all animal are composed of cell.

A. Felix dujardin
B. Theodor schwann  ✔
C. Robert hooke
D. Thomas Virchow


8. In what year did Robert hook discover the honey comb structure of cell.

A. 1665 ✔
B. 1666
C. 1855
D. 1856

9. The process by which red blood cell become split or burst as a result of too much water passing into it is.

A. Turgidity
B. Haemolysis ✔
C. PLasmolysis
D. Flaccidity

10. One of this is not a factors affecting or controlling diffusion

A. State of matter
B. Temperature
C. Sunlight ✔
D. Molecular size




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[Solutions] Biology 6 Answers To The Growth, Skeleton Quiz
Reply #1 on: March 07, 2020, 10:34:19 AM


1. Which of the following is NOT a major function of the skeleton?

A. Provides structural support
B. Enables movement
C. Cleanses toxins from the blood ✔
D. Produces blood cells

2. Which of the following is NOT a change that occurs in the skeleton between birth and adulthood?

A. Epiphyseal plates shrink and become epiphyseal lines
B. About half of red marrow is converted into yellow marrow
C. Several bone plates in the skull fuse together, resulting in one solid bone
D. None of the above ✔

3. Which of the following combinations incorrectly matches an example of a bone to its bone type?

A. Skull Flat Bone
B. Vertebra Irregular Bone
C. Femur Long Bone
D. Metatarsal Short Bone ✔

4. Synchondroses and symphyses are:

A. Synovial joints
B. Cartilaginous joints ✔
C. Fibrous joints
D. Condyloid joints

5. The movement of bone away from the midline of the body is called ________.

A. Circumduction
B. Extension
C. Adduction
D. Abduction ✔

6. Which of the following is not a characteristic of the synovial fluid?

A. Lubrication
B. Shock absorption
C. Regulation of water balance in the joint ✔
D. Protection of articular cartilage

7. The elbow is an example of which type of joint?

A. Hinge ✔
B. Pivot
C. Saddle
D. Gliding

8. This is an irreversible increase in size and complexity of an organism brought about by the synthesis of new protoplasm.

A. Cell enlargement
B. Growth ✔
C. Cell division
D. Mitosis

9. _______ is a two successive cell division only one duplication of chromosomes, it is a reduction division and the resulting four daughter cells are haploid.

A. Mitosis
B. Meiosis ✔
C. Anaphase
D. Prophase

10. _______ is a cell or nuclear division following the duplication of the chromosomes where by each daughter cell or nucleus has exactly the same chromosomes content as the parent cell.

A. Mitosis ✔
B. Meiosis
C. Metaphase
D. Interphase




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[Biology 7] Homeostasis, Function Of Skin, Hormones, Liver And Brain (Solutions)

1. The process by which an organism maintain a fairly constant internal environment in its body fluid for growth, health and proper functioning in the body cell is.

A. Hormones
B. Homeostasis ✔
C. Osmoregulation
D. Liver

2. One of this is not the factors affecting nature of kidney

A. Drug
B. Habitat
C. Diseases
D. Cirrhosis ✔

3. The skin acts as a protective barrier from

A. Harmful agents ✔
B. Thermoregulation
C. Habitat
D. Hormones

4. The process by which an organism regulate a balance between salt and water in the body fluid is.

A. Hormones
B. Homeostasis
C. Osmoregulation ✔
D. Kidney

5. The three layers of skin is

A. Cellulitis, Melanoma And Scabies
B. Epidermis, Dermis And Hypodermis ✔
C. Cirrhosis, horny layer And Dermis
D. lucidum, Fascioliasis And Hypodermis

6. ______ Is not a diseases of Kidney

A. Hepatitis ✔
B. Diuresis
C. Odema
D. Kidney stone

7. Three process involved in urine formation except

A. Selective Reabsorption
B. Ultra-Filtration
C. Hormonal Secretion
D. Bile production ✔

8. ______ helps the small intestine break down and absorb fats, cholesterol, and some vitamins.

A. Bile production ✔
B. Immunological function
C. Fascioliasis
D. Metabolizing carbohydrates

9. The kidney perform 3 major functions except

A. Osmoregulation
B. Maintainance of acid-base balance
C. Excretion
D. Hormonal Secretion ✔

10. ______ Is not the part involves in homeostasis

A. Liver
B. Kidney
C. Ear ✔
D. Hormones




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Biology 8: Social Animals - Characteristics Of Bees And Termites (Solutions)

1. _______ is a group of organism of the same species living together in a cooperative manner.

A. Habitat
B. Colony ✔
C. Social Insect
D. Social Animal

2. One of this NOT a characteristics of social insect.

A. They live in colony
B. They communicate with one another
C. They show distinct caste
D. They are sterile ✔

3. One of this is a characteristics of the drone (king)

A. They are bigger than worker ✔
B. They add humus to soil
C. They cause destruction
D. They are blind

4. REPRODUCTIVE is sub-divided into ?

A. 2
B. 3 ✔
C. 4
D. 5

5. The place where termite lives are

A. Ant hills and Dead wood ✔
B. Ant hills and Hole
C. Ant hills and Bush
D. Ant hills and Root


6. A process by which the bees communicate with one another is _______

A. Dance ✔
B. Talk
C. Food
D. Walk

7. In Termites, there are 2 types of soldier

A. King and Queen soldier
B. Mandibulated and Nasute soldier ✔
C. Male and Female soldier
D. Reproductive and Workers soldier

8. One of this is NOT a function of workers in bees

A. They give Wings ✔
B. They clean the cell
C. They defend their colony
D. They build nest

9. The Characteristics of soldier in termite is

A. They are sterile
B. They possess eyes and sting
C. They feed queen and king
D. They are blind ✔

10. The 3 major of bees is

A. The Drone, Queen and Ant
B. The King, Queen and Soldier
C. The King, Queen and Worker ✔
D. The drone, Queen, Termites






 


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