select the cellular structure that can be found in both plant and animal cells

Discussion questions

19. select the cellular structure that can be found in both plant and animal cells

A. chloroplast

b. mitochondria

c. cell wall

d. Vacuole

20. emulsifiers are molecules containing

a. only polar groups

b. both polar and nonpolar groups

c. only nonpolar groups

d. none of these

21.anatomy refers to _____ and physiology refers to ____

a. evolution and speciation

b. digestion and absorption

c. structure and function

d. none of these

22. skin is an example of

a. connective tissue

b. muscle tissue

c. cardiac tissue

d. epithelial tissue

23. functional unit of nervous system is

a. nephron

b. neuron

c. alveoli

d. glia

24. when one cell goes through cell division, it produces

a. two identical cells

b. two different cells

c. four identical cells

d. four different cells

25.is the number of chromosome in each cell of an organism a good indicator of the complexity of that organism?

a. yes, the number of chromosome indicate how complex an organism is

b. yes, the number of chromosome is a good indicator of an organism’s complexity, but the amount of dna even more

c. no the number of chromosome does not indicate how complex an organism is

d. it depends on the type of cell of the organism

26. genes are located on

a. chromosomes

b. the cytoplasm

c. mitosis

d. the centromere

27. what produces four daughter cells?

a. meiosis

b. mitosis

c. both of these

d. none of these

28. how many chromosome did you inherit from your father?

a.2

b.23

c.24

d.46

29. which of the following is evidence for evolution?

a. bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics over time

b. mosquitoes becoming resistant to pesticides

c. cells with common features and chemically similar DNA

d. all are evidence for evolution

30. turbinates are the membrane structures associated with

a. taste

b. smell

c. touch

d. none of these

31 that types of cells do not undergo mitosis?

a. All cells of the body except gametes

b. Gametes

c. Both somatic cells of the body and gametes

d. Neither somatic cells of the body and gametes

32. during which phase of the cell cycle are the chromosomes duplicated?

a. interphase

b. mitosis

c. meiosis

d. cytokinesis

33. that is cytokinesis?

a. the stage of the cell cycle that happens before the cell is ready to divide

b. the stage of the cell cycle during which the cell separates its duplicated

c. the stage of the cell cycle during which the cell duplicates its DNA

d. the stage of the cell cycle after the cell has divided its DNA and during

34. during metaphase chromosomes

a. align in midway of the cell

b. pair up adjacent to each other

c. chromosome diffuse in the cell

d. none of these

35. if DNA directs the production of RNA, what does RNA make?

a. RNA makes proteins

B. RNA makes more DNA

C. RNA makes membranes

d. RNA makes hereditary molecules

36. the lysis buffer in DNA extraction procedure dissolves

a. cell membrane

b. cell wall

c. acids

d. none of these

37. proteins are synthesized from mRNA by a process called

a. replication

b. transcription

c. translation

d. transpiration

38. comparing the body structures of organisms to find evidence of a shared evolutionary history

a. outgrouping

b. relativistic physiology

c. comparative anatomy

d. analogous reconstruction

39. what do the letters D-N-A stand for ?

a. Dioxyribonucleic acid

b. Dioxyribonuclear acid

c. Deoxyribonucleic acid

d. Deoxyrobonuclear acid

 

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