BIOL 1 University of Nebraska Unit 2 Activation Energy Exam Answers I have attached my high-school Midterm Exam. Just tick the correct Answer. I need to sc

BIOL 1 University of Nebraska Unit 2 Activation Energy Exam Answers I have attached my high-school Midterm Exam. Just tick the correct Answer. I need to score 100% in both. Course Name: Biology 1
Student: Aaron Cohen
Course ID: SCIH025062
ID: C52141679
Submittal: 52
Progress Test 2
This Progress Test covers the course materials that were assigned in Unit 2. Although the progress test is similar in
style to the unit evaluations, the progress test is a closed-book test. It is important that you do your own work. Select
the response that best completes the statement or answers the question.
____ 1.
What type of stem cells are found in various tissues in the body and might be used to maintain and repair
the same kind of tissue in which they are found?
a.
b.
c.
____ 2.
The chromosomes arrive at opposite poles and the nucleolus reappears during which stage of mitosis?
a.
b.
c.
____ 3.
the energy released after a chemical reaction.
the minimum energy required to start a chemical reaction.
the energy stored within the reactant molecules.
Which stage of mitosis is shown in the following diagram?
a.
b.
c.
____ 6.
the Calvin Cycle.
cellular respiration.
glycolysis.
Activation energy is
a.
b.
c.
____ 5.
anaphase
telophase
metaphase
The products of photosynthesis are the reactants for
a.
b.
c.
____ 4.
adult stem cells
female stem cells
embryonic stem cells
anaphase
metaphase
prophase
There are three fundamental principles of the cell theory. Which of the following is NOT one of those
principles?
a.
b.
c.
New cells come from pre-existing cells.
Eukaryotic cells are smaller than prokaryotic cells.
Living organisms are composed of cells.
____ 7.
Many solutes readily dissolve in water because of its
a.
b.
c.
____ 8.
Chemical reactions such as photosynthesis and cellular respiration are examples of a cell’s
a.
b.
c.
____ 9.
density.
polarity.
cohesiveness.
Calvin cycle.
ATP function.
metabolism.
Two substances are combined and heat is produced which results in energy being released. What type of
reaction is this?
a.
b.
c.
physical
activation energy
chemical
____ 10. When oxygen and hydrogen share electrons they create a molecule of water. What is this type of bond
called?
a.
b.
c.
covalent
ionic
compound
____ 11. The Calvin Cycle is phase 2 of photosynthesis. Which of the following is a step in this cycle?
a.
b.
c.
the formation of ATP
release of oxygen
carbon fixation
____ 12. Which of the following organelles are used to move cells through watery environments and move
substances along the surface of the cell?
a.
b.
c.
DNA and RNA
smooth and rough endoplasmic reticulum
cilia and flagella
____ 13. Algal (algae) cells are placed in an isotonic solution. If additional amounts of solvents are slowly added to
the solution, what will happen to the cells?
a.
b.
c.
They will begin to swell.
They will shrink.
They will stay the same.
____ 14. What do we call a compound in which the atoms are held together by covalent bonds?
a.
b.
c.
ionic bonds
covalent bonds
molecules
____ 15. Substances that release hydroxide ions when they are dissolved in water are called
a.
b.
c.
buffers.
bases.
acids.
____ 16. Which of the following would be a reason why a cell would divide when it reaches its growth limit?
a.
b.
c.
Smaller cells have difficulty obtaining nutrients and removing wastes.
Smaller cells can more easily transport nutrients and remove wastes.
Smaller cells have difficulty communicating instructions for cellular functions.
____ 17. If a cell has 23 chromosomes, how many chromosomes will each daughter cell have?
a.
b.
c.
12
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23
____ 18. What is a compound in which the atoms are held together by covalent bonds called?
a.
b.
c.
compound
molecule
element
____ 19. Which of the following represents a formula for a chemical compound?
a.
b.
c.
C
KOH
O
____ 20. Which of the following is an example of a chemical reaction?
a.
b.
c.
ice melting
sugar dissolving in water
a match burning
____ 21. _________ pigments reflect the light in the green region of the visible spectrum and make plant parts appear
green.
a.
b.
c.
Thylakoid
Chlorophyll
Carotenoid
____ 22. What organelle is found in plant and sometimes in animal cells and is used for storage of materials?
a.
b.
c.
ribosomes
vacuoles
lysosomes
____ 23. An atom of fluorine has nine electrons. How many electrons are in its first energy level?
a.
b.
c.
two electrons
eight electrons
seven electrons
____ 24. What element is essential to life and is the basic building block of organisms?
a.
b.
c.
carbon
nitrogen
phosphorous
____ 25. Amino acids are the building blocks of which macromolecule?
a.
b.
c.
carbohydrates
proteins
lipids
____ 26. Lysosomes are organelles found only in animal cells that contain digestive enzymes that are used to break
down waste. What organelles are found only in plant cells?
a.
b.
c.
Golgi apparatus
mitochondria
chloroplasts
____ 27. Which one of the following organisms would be considered an autotroph?
a.
b.
c.
lion
wild flower
grasshopper
____ 28. Which of the following is a product of photosynthesis?
a.
b.
c.
carbon dioxide
oxygen
water
____ 29. Eukaryotic cells have membrane-bound __________ that enable them to develop more specific functions.
a.
b.
c.
DNA
organelles
plasma
____ 30. Which organelles contain digestive enzymes for the breakdown of excess or worn-out cellular substances?
a.
b.
c.
ribosomes
mitochondria
lysosomes
____ 31. In humans and other multicellular organisms, which substance plays a central role as an energy source?
a.
b.
c.
fats
proteins
carbohydrates
____ 32. In what organisms does alcohol fermentation NOT take place?
a.
b.
c.
yeasts
plants
bacteria
____ 33. The nucleic acid _______ stores the genetic information of an organism.
a.
b.
c.
carbohydrate
DNA
lipid
____ 34. Which is the positively charge particle located inside the nucleus of an atom?
a.
b.
c.
electron
neutron
proton
____ 35. If a neutral atom contains 12 protons, how many electrons does it have?
a.
b.
c.
12
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____ 36. A plant cell placed in a ________ solution will shrink in size.
a.
b.
c.
hypotonic
isotonic
hypertonic
____ 37. What do we call an organism that makes its own food?
a.
b.
c.
heterotroph
decomposer
autotroph
____ 38. __________________ is reached when the concentration is equal in all parts of the solution, and even
though the particles continue to move randomly, no further change in the concentration occurs.
a.
b.
c.
Equilibrium
Hypotonic
Hypertonic
____ 39. During which phase of the cell cycle do the chromosomes attach to the spindle and line up along the
equator?
a.
b.
c.
metaphase
telophase
prophase
____ 40. Which of the following is an example of passive transport?
a.
b.
c.
endocytosis
exocytosis
facilitated diffusion
____ 41. Which of the following macromolecules contain nitrogen?
a.
b.
c.
proteins
carbohydrates
lipids
____ 42. Which of the following is NOT present in prokaryotic cells?
a.
b.
c.
cell membrane
nucleus
DNA
____ 43. Wastes and large molecules of substance are expelled from cells during a process called
a.
b.
c.
osmosis.
endocytosis.
exocytosis.
____ 44. What is the chemical energy released from the breakdown of ATP used for?
a.
b.
c.
cellular activity
NADPH
photosynthesis
____ 45. What were scientists NOT able to observe using the earliest microscopes?
a.
b.
c.
tiny organisms
plant cells
cell structures
____ 46. A _________ is a homogenous substance that combines a solvent and a solute.
a.
b.
c.
suspension
colloid
solution
____ 47. The diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane is called
a.
b.
c.
osmosis.
active transport.
diffusion.
____ 48. A cell grows and carries out normal cell processes during which phase of the cell cycle?
a.
b.
c.
anaphase
interphase
metaphase
____ 49. Which of the following is NOT true of the plasma membrane?
a.
b.
c.
It has selective permeability.
It controls the amount of nutrients and wastes entering or leaving a cell.
It is found only in a eukaryotic cell.
____ 50. In order for plants to get maximum light absorption, in what structure of a plant are chloroplasts mainly
found?
a.
b.
c.
stems
roots
leaves
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you are satisfied that you have answered the questions to the best of your ability, transfer your answers to the
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1. The story “What’s in a Name?” takes place during which historical event?
a. the Great Depression
b. World War I
c. the Great Cultural Revolution
d. the Korean Conflict
2. From which point of view is “What’s in a Name?” told?
a. first person
b. second person
c. third person
d. omniscient
3. Why does the narrator have to change his name in “What’s in a Name?”
a. He does not think his name is a reflection of his personality.
He wants to honor his wife’s family with a new name.
c. His father died, so he can’t use his name any longer.
to be politically correct with his name.
b.
d. He wants
4. What is the Red Guard in “What’s in a Name?”
a. It is the national army who fights in the war.
that is placed on all of the buildings.
c. It is the name of the Chinese flag.
people who are Mao’s followers.
5. “What’s in a Name?” begins in about what year?
a. 1945
b. 1966
c. 1980
d. 1992
b. It is a symbol
d. It is a group of young
6. What is the name of the document that must be displayed to change one’s name in “What’s in
a Name?”
a. a proletariat
c. a filial
b. a dazibao
d. a betrothal
7. What is the main type of conflict that the main character faces in “What’s in a Name?”
a. human versus nature
b. human versus technology
c. human versus society
d. human versus animal
8. What was the meaning of the narrator’s original name in “What’s in a Name?”
a. obedience to one’s parents
b. gentle flower
c. counter-revolutionary
d. great warrior
9. What is the main symbol in “What’s in a Name?”
a. a flag
b. a flower
c. a name
d. a statue
10. Why is the ending of “What’s in a Name?” ironic?
a. The narrator marries a woman with his original last name.
b. The narrator loses his job because of his name.
c. The narrator becomes a political leader named Mao.
narrator can’t get married because of his name.
11. In “The Rain Came,” who or what is the antagonist?
d. The
a. the cave monster
b. the weather
c. Oganda
d. Osinda
12. Which of the following is an example of foreshadowing in “The Rain Came”?
a. The denizens of the forest flee from Oganda.
b. The medicine man has a vision of a girl by a lake.
c. Oganda saw a snake in the hut.
d. Osinda was seen making a suit
out of a bush.
13. Why does Labong’o agree to allow his daughter to become the sacrifice in “The Rain
Came”?
a. He has many other daughters.
b. He does not want to be the sacrifice himself.
c. He had promised to protect his people.
important to him to be sacrificed.
d. His sons were too
14. Which of the following makes Oganda’s story a hero’s quest in “The Rain Came”?
a. She dies because she is sacrificed to the lake monster.
b. She married a cruel husband and suffered for many years.
c. She returns home a hero, and her people worship her.
willing to sacrifice herself to save the community.
d. She is
15. A talisman is a special item that protects a hero. Which of the following is Oganda’s talisman
in “The Rain Came”?
a. a chain
b. a flower
c. a spear
d. a gem stone
16. How is Osinda disguised when he rescues Oganda from the lake monster in “The Rain
Came”?
a. as a lake monster
b. as a rain maker
c. as a cow
d. as a bush
17. The fact that Oganda survives and her village still gets rain is an example of which literary
device in “The Rain Came”?
a. symbolism
b. foreshadowing
c. irony
d. archetype
18. How did the people of Oganda’s village feel about her being sacrificed to the lake monster in
“The Rain Came”?
a. They thought it was exciting and a great honor for her.
b. They were very sad and did not want her to go.
c. They didn’t care one way or the other as long as it rained.
d.They refused to let her go to the lake.
19. What does Oganda do as she walks toward the lake in “The Rain Came”?
a. She tries to think of ways to escape.
b. She skips joyfully toward the lake.
c. She sings a song about her death.
father and mother.
d. She holds the hands of her
20. What is the main type of conflict that Oganda faces in “The Rain Came”?
a. human versus nature
b. human versus technology
c. human versus animal
d. human versus society
21. What is the setting for “Jovita?”
a. Brazil
b. China
c. Africa
d. Italy
22. How did the Governor use Jovita to help her people?
a. He let her fight in the war.
b. He had her sold as a slave.
c. He had her marry the Marquis.
d. He made her a national hero.
23. What was the result of Jovita’s effort to fight in the war?
a. She was killed in battle and awarded medals for her bravery.
b. She was put in prison for deserting her troops.
c. She was forbidden to fight, and her brother died.
hated by the people for living a lie.
d. She was
24. Which of the following best explains this quote from “Jovita”? “A wave of civic pride
inundated the little city; the young men enlisted . . .” (87).
a. The men were forced to join the army or be beaten or killed.
b. The young men fled the city to avoid joining the army.
c. The young men refused to join the army and instead flirted with the women.
d. The young men joined the army because they became patriotic and proud.
25. At the end of “Jovita,” how does Jovita feel about her popularity?
a. ashamed
b. proud
c. unconcerned
d. amused
26. How did Jovita differ from the group of recruits that Captain Jonas brought to town?
a. She was taller than most of the men.
b. She was small and looked like a child.
c. She was captured as a slave and forced to go with Captain Jonas.
d. She was obviously a peasant.
27. Who first points out the fact that Jovita is a woman?
a. her brother, who followed her into town
b. Pedro, who was her fiancé
c. the school teacher, who was also a midwife
who points it out to the crowd
d. the Governor,
28. Why did Jovita’s brother not want to go to war?
a. He was responsible for the farm, and they had no other family.
b. He was a coward and refused to defend his country.
c. He was blind in one eye and would not qualify for the military.
d. He had three children and did not want to leave them.
29. What is the symbolism in “Jovita”?
a. Jovita has made a flag for her country, and they are proud of it.
b. Jovita becomes the symbol of patriotic pride in the country.
c. Jovita has created a song that becomes the national anthem.
Jovita paints a portrait of the Marquis to be hung the capitol building.
30. How does the Governor feel about Jovita by the end of the story?
a. He thinks that she is just a stupid little girl who wants to play soldier.
d.
b. He does not care what happens to her as long as she fights in the war.
c. He uses her as a political pawn and later feels bad about it.
likes her so much that he appoints her as the head of the military.
d. He
Part B: Matching
Match each character with the appropriate quote.
a. Dexiao (“What’s in a Name”)
b. Oganda (“The Rain Came”)
c. Labong’o (“The Rain Came”)
d. Osinda (“The Rain Came”)
e. Jovita (“Jovita”)
“I will lay down my life if necessary, and the life of my household, to
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save this tribe from the hands of the enemy.”
“My name reeked of the ruling class of feudalist times. Virtue and
32.
filial obedience . . . ”
33.
“By your leave, sir, I ain’t no child. I already turned seventeen!”
34.
“We must run away from the wrath of the ancestors and the retaliation
of the monster. ”
35.
“Let me die, let them have rain.”
Part C: Matching
Match each character with the appropriate quote.
a. Dexiao (“What’s in a Name”)
b. Oganda (“The Rain Came”)
c. Labong’o (“The Rain Came”)
d. Governor (“Jovita”)
e. Jovita (“Jovita”)
“I was now a skilled turner in a factory. Some people said I was
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quite handsome.”
37.
“I stand behind what I said: you are my guest at the Palace!”
38.
“I’m dyin’ of shame. Please, Father, gimme absolution, I sinned
for being proud.”
39.
“One whom we love and treasure must be taken away from us.”
40.
“Whenever you want to see me, always look at the sunset. I will be
there. ”
Part D: Matching
Match each term with the correct definition.
a. archetype
b. conflict
c. protagonist
d. frame of reference
e. symbolism
41.
the lens through which a person sees the world
42.
an object, image, or idea that represents a larger concept or meaning
43.
the main character of a story or the hero or heroine
44.
the problem in the story that builds tension
45.
a plot, character, symbol, or idea that recurs in literature of many cultures
Part E: Matching
Match each term with the correct definition.
a. irony
b. foreshadowing
c. omniscient
d. setting
e. legend
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
an unexpected twist that is the opposite of what a character or reader expects
hints given by an author about events that will happen later in a story
a story in which a character becomes larger than life and often times a
national hero
the time, place, and surroundings of a story
a narrator who is uninvolved in a story and knows what all characters are
thinking

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