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Bell Work Question for 3/21/13
1. Which of the following is most
effective in helping rain forest plants trap
sunlight so that light energy can be
converted to chemical energy?
a) Large root size
b) Small seed size
c) Large leaf size
d) Small stem
Bell Work Question for 3/22/13
2. The process of photosynthesis
ultimately converts light energy intoa) mechanical energy
b) nuclear energy
c) chemical energy
d) electrical energy
Bell Work Question for 3/25/13
3. All life depends on the availability of usable
energy. This energy is released when
a. organisms convert solar energy into the
chemical energy found in food molecules
b. respiration occurs in the cells of producers
and high-energy molecules enter the
atmosphere
c. cells carry out the process of respiration
d. animal cells synthesize starch and carbon
dioxide
Bell Work Question for 3/27/13
4. The bacteria that cause tetanus can survive in a
puncture wound that has healed on the outer
surface of the skin. Through what process do these
bacteria acquire the energy they need to survive?
A aerobic respiration
B anaerobic respiration
C chemosynthesis
D photosynthesis
Bell Work Question for 3/28/13
5. In terms of ATP production, which
process results in the most stored
energy?
A aerobic respiration
B anaerobic respiration
C fermentation
D photosynthesis
Bell Work Question for 4/8/13
6. Which most accurately describes the
difference in ATP production between
aerobic respiration and anaerobic
respiration?
A Aerobic respiration produces more ATP
than anaerobic respiration.
B Anaerobic respiration produces more ATP
than aerobic respiration.
C Only anaerobic respiration produces
measurable amounts of ATP.
D Anaerobic and aerobic respiration produce
the same amount of ATP.
Bell Work Questions for 4/9/13
7. A segment of a DNA strand has the
following bases: TAC GAT. What is the
complementary strand of DNA?
A UAG CAU
B TAG CAT
C ATG CTA
D AUG CUA
Bell Work Questions for 4/10/13
8. Chromosomes can be described as
a. large molecules that have only one
function
b. folded chains of bonded glucose
molecules
c. reproductive cells
d. composed of molecular bases coiled
strands of genetic material
Bell Work Question for 4/11/13
9. Before a cell goes through either mitosis
or meiosis, which process must be
carried out by the DNA in the nucleus?
A replication
B nondisjunction
C transcription
D translation
Bell Work Question for 4/12/13
10. Which term best describes the type of
cell division in which parent cells produce
daughter cells with the same number of
chromosomes as the parent cells?
A mitosis
B meiosis
C spermatogenesis
D oogenesis
Bell Work Question for 4/22/13
11. Which relationship is most similar to
the relationship below?
tRNA : ribosome
A book : publisher
B truck : factory
C key : lock
D baker : pie
Bell Work Question for 4/25/13
12. Which sequence represents the correct
order of processes that result in the
formation and development of an
embryo?
a. meiosis → fertilization → mitosis
b. mitosis → fertilization → meiosis
c. fertilization → meiosis → mitosis
d. fertilization → mitosis → meiosis
Bell Work Question for 4/26/13
13. The sequence of events occurring in the life cycle of a bacterium is
listed below.
(A) The bacterium copies its single chromosome.
(B) The copies of the chromosome attach to the cell membrane of the
bacterium.
(C) As the cell grows, the two copies of the chromosome separate.
(D) The cell is separated by a wall into equal halves.
(E) Each new cell has one copy of the chromosome.
This sequence most closely resembles the process of
(1) recombination
(2) zygote formation
(3) mitotic cell division
(4) meiotic cell division
Bell Work Question for 4/29/13
14. What is the primary cause of variation
in the offspring of sexually reproducing
organisms?
A cytoplasmic division
B environmental changes
C mutation
D recombination of alleles
Bell Work Question for 4/30/13
15. Sexual reproduction provides for what
to occur?
A cloning
B budding
C genetic stability
D genetic variation
Bell Work Question for 5/2/13
16. Huntington’s disease is a dominant trait.
What are the chances that a child will
develop Huntington’s disease if one
parent is heterozygous and the other is
normal?
A 0 out of 4
B 1 out of 4
C 2 out of 4
D 3 out of 4
Bell Work Question for 5/3/13
17. Several matings between the same male
black guinea pig and female brown guinea pig
produce a total of 12 brown and 14 black
guinea pigs. If black is dominant and brown is
recessive, what are the genotypes of the
parents?
A BB × bb
B Bb × bb
C BB × Bb
D Bb × Bb
Bell Work Question for 5/6/13
18. Most sex-linked, recessive traits– including
hemophilia and color blindness–appear in males.
This phenomenon is best explained by which
statement?
A Males have an X chromosome with dominant
genes.
B Most of the genes on the X and Y chromosomes
of males are recessive.
C In males, the recessive sex-linked genes appear
only on the Y chromosome.
D In males, the Y chromosome lacks the genes
needed to mask the recessive genes on the X
chromosome.
Bell Work Question for 5/7/13
19. Some flowers show incomplete
dominance. If RR = red RR’ = pink and
R′R′ = white, which phenotypic ratio
would be expected in the offspring of two
pink flowers?
A 1 red : 2 pink : 1 white
B 0 red : 4 pink : 0 white
C 3 red : 0 pink : 1 white
D 4 red : 0 pink : 0 white
Bell Work Question for 5/8/13
20. A couple has five children, all with blood
type A. The mother’s blood type is O, and
the father’s blood type is A. Based on this
information, which describes the most
probable genotype of the father?
A diploid
B haploid
C heterozygous
D homozygous
Bell Work Question for 5/9/13
21. A plant nursery only grew one type of
tomato plant. All of their tomato plants died
from the same disease. What was most
likely true of the tomato plant population?
A They had a lot of resistance to disease.
B They had a few plants that were resistant to
the disease.
C They had too much variation in their genes.
D They had little variation in their genes.
Bell Work Question for 5/10/13
22. Which would most likely favor species
survival in changing environmental
conditions?
A genetic recombination
B energy involvement in gamete production
C length of life cycle
D number of offspring produced
Bell Work Question for 5/14/13
23. Which is the best evidence of an
evolutionary relationship between two
organisms?
A similarity in behavior
B similarity in DNA
C similarity in habitat
D similarity in niche
Bell Work Question for 5/15/13
24. Which could be considered biochemical
evidence of an evolutionary relationship?
A absence of vestigial structures
B presence of embryonic gill slits
C similar anatomical structures
D presence of identical proteins