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Of the following, which is an infectious disease?

a.

asthma

c.

diabetes

b.

tuberculosis

d.

heart disease


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Mechanical and chemical digestion begin in the ___.

a.

mouth.

b.

liver.

c.

stomach.

d.

intestines.


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____ connect the muscles to the bones.

a.

tendons.

c.

a flexor.

b.

an open muscle.

d.

an extensor.


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There are three types of blood.


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Infectious diseases are caused by ____.

a.

viruses

c.

bacteria

b.

fungi

d.

all of the above


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__________ allows the skin to bend without tearing apart.

a.

collagen.

c.

epidermis.

b.

nerve ending.

d.

none of the above.


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An organism’s particular role in its habitat, or how it makes its living, is called its

a.

carrying capacity.

b.

ecosystem.

c.

competition.

d.

niche.


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In which situation would it be least likely for a scientist to revise her experimental methods?



An organism that is able to produce its own food is called a(n):

a.

autotroph

c.

heterotroph

b.

metatroph

d.

phototroph


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A Russian citizen has illegally obtained a Siberian tiger and is trying to sell the tiger’s fur in the United States. What treaty does this violate?



Tiny finger shaped structures in the small intestine that helps absorb large amounts of nutrients are called ___.

a.

villi

b.

pancreas

c.

liver

d.

gallbladder


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The main function of the excretory system is to ____.

a.

protect the brain

b.

strengthen skeletal muscles

c.

bring carbon dioxide to body cells

d.

collect and remove wastes from the body


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Please select the word from the list that best fits the definition

Breaks down fats, starches and proteins and absorbs nutrients into the bloodstream



Chicken pox is a virus that causes an itchy rash but typically does not have any major or lasting effects on an infected person. Before 1995, chicken pox parties were popular. In a chicken pox party, healthy children were brought around children who were sick with chicken pox so that they would be exposed to the virus and their immune system would learn to fight it. A vaccine for chicken pox was developed in 1995, and chicken pox parties are now rare. What best describes how vaccines have advanced science? 



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System that collects and removes waste from the body



Which of the following stimulates a person’s body to produce chemicals that destroy viruses or bacteria?

a.

antibiotic

b.

vaccine

c.

toxin

d.

endospore


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Consists of the brain and spinal cord, and acts as the control center of the body



Which best describes the negative impact of human water use? 



The major organs of the skeletal system include:

a.

connective tissue

c.

cartilage

b.

bones

d.

all of the above


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Which of the following describes symbiotic mutualism?

a.

one organism benefits

b.

one organism is harmed

c.

both organisms benefit

d.

both organisms are harmed


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Why are viruses like parasites?

a.

They harm the cells they enter.

b.

They multiply.

c.

They use their own energy to develop.

d.

They make their own food.


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At the early stage of development, an organism is called a(n) _____.

a.

embryo

c.

vertebrate

b.

invertebrate

d.

consumer


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What makes up the central nervous system?

a.

motor neurons.

b.

interneurons.

c.

brain and spinal cord.

d.

liver and pancreas.


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Cells that identify the hormone’s chemical structure are called _____.

a.

nerve cells

b.

target cells

c.

blood cells

d.

none of the above


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The soft tissue that is contained within a bone is called ____.

a.

cells

c.

spongy bone

b.

mineral

d.

marrow


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oxygen and nutrients are carried through the body by the lungs.


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The body’s reaction to a change in the environment is called a response.


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Changes in population size can be caused by:

a.

immigration

c.

birth rate

b.

weather

d.

both a and c


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Consider the formula for glucose: C6H12O6. What does this indicate about the relationship of the reactants to glucose?



Your immune system consists of ____ that fight disease.

a.

cells

c.

organs

b.

tissues

d.

all of the above


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The place where an organism lives and that provides the things the organism needs is called its

a.

habitat.

b.

population.

c.

species.

d.

community.


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The more classification levels that two organisms share,

a.

the closer together on Earth they live.

b.

the easier it is to tell them apart.

c.

the more characteristics they have in common.

d.

the more distantly related they are.


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The two lower chambers of the human heart are known as:

a.

atriums

c.

auricles

b.

ventricles

d.

blood vessels


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Consider the example of shivering when a cold wind blows. The wind would be referred to as the _____________, and shivering the _____________.

a.

stimulus, response

b.

response, stimulus

c.

receptor, response

d.

stimulus, receptor


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Hair forms in the hair follicle.


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An important characteristic of animals is that all of their cells works the same way, they do not have any specialization.


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Maintaining a stable internal environment is called ___.

a.

heterostasis

c.

biological control

b.

homeostasis

d.

none of the above


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Please select the word from the list that best fits the definition

Joining of an egg cell with a sperm cell in fertilization to create a zygote



If you count 20 beetles in a garden measuring 5 square meters, the population density of the beetles is

a.

100 beetles per square meter.

b.

20 beetles per square meter.

c.

5 beetles per square meter.

d.

4 beetles per square meter.


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A contractile vacuole is a structure that collects extra water and expels it from a protist.


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Fertilization usually takes place in the ovaries.


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Intercellular fluid becomes known as lymph when ______.

a.

it exits the capillaries of the circulatory system

c.

begins to collect microorganisms

b.

enters the capillaries of the lymphatic system

d.

contains lymphocytes


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Uses glands to release hormones that control body activities



How many layers of smooth muscle help with churning food in the stomach?

a.

one

b.

two

c.

three

d.

four


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Two characteristics of most plants are a root system and a shoot system. Most of the structures in these systems are common to all plants; however, there are some variations. Which structure can sometimes be found as part of the shoot system?



Mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism are the three types of

a.

symbiotic relationships.

b.

predation.

c.

competition.

d.

prey adaptations.


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Which of the following is NOT a function of blood?

a.

fight infections

c.

carry nutrients to cells

b.

carry oxygen to the body

d.

all of the above are functions of blood


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All of these are first-line defenses EXCEPT ____.

a.

saliva

c.

antibodies

b.

cilia

d.

enzymes


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What do fungi have in common with animals?

a.

They are autotrophs.

b.

They are heterotrophs.

c.

They have cell walls.

d.

They use spores to reproduce.


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