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Topics: Adenosine triphosphate, Red blood cell, Carbon dioxide Pages: 2 (367 words) Published: October 26, 2014

Question 1
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The second law of thermodynamics holds that
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energy disperses spontaneously.
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energy disperses spontaneously.
Question 2
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The minimum amount of energy needed to get a chemical reaction started is called the ___ energy. Answer Selected Answer:   
activation
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activation
Question 3
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What happens to a molecule when it is phosphorylated?
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it receives a phosphate group.
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it receives a phosphate group.
Question 4
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A red blood cell may burst when placed in which of the following kinds of solutions? Answer Selected Answer:   
hypotonic
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hypotonic
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When there is a “concentration gradient” this means that Answer Selected Answer:   
the concentrations on each side of the membrane are NOT equal Correct Answer:   
the concentrations on each side of the membrane are NOT equal Question 6
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Which of the following statements about blood cells in solutions is CORRECT? Answer Selected Answer:   
A blood cell placed in a hypotonic solution will swell.
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A blood cell placed in a hypotonic solution will swell.
Question 7
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To engulf a bacterium, a white blood cell would use
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phagocytosis
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phagocytosis
Question 8
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Fossil fuels
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are the organic remains of ancient autotrophs.
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are the organic remains of ancient autotrophs.
Question 9
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Most of the colors we see around us result from
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reflected light.
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reflected light.
Question 10
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Plants use which of the following structures to allow an exchange of gases? Answer Selected...
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