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Aerobic cellular respiration requires what two substances?
a) Carbon dioxide and oxygen b) Carbon and glucose c) Glucose and oxygen d) Glucose and carbon dioxide
What form of energy is created during cellular respiration?
a) Glucose b) Light c) Kinetic d) ATP
What is the first stable product of photosynthesis that serves as a food source for cells?
a) ATP b) Glucose c) Oxygen d) Carbon dioxide
What gas is created as a byproduct of photosynthesis?
a) Light b) Carbon dioxide c) Oxygen d) Glucose
What gas is used as the source of carbons in the process of photosynthesis?
a) Water vapor b) Carbon dioxide c) Oxygen d) Glucose
Homeostasis of plants is often maintained by regulating gas exchange and water loss through these openings.
a) Guard cells b) Stomates c) Larynx d) Pores
What cell organelle does the process of photosynthesis occur in?
a) Mitochondria b) Cell wall c) Cell membrane d) Chloroplast
What pigment molecules capture light energy from the sun to power the process of photosynthesis?
a) Chloroplasts b) Carotenoids c) Chlorophyll d) Anthocyanins
Which organ regulates urine composition and water balance in the blood by filtering and reabsorbing molecules?
a) Spleen b) Stomach c) Excretory d) Kidney
The hormone insulin is secreted from the pancreas and functions to lower the levels of which substance in the blood?
a) ATP b) Plasma c) Hemoglobin d) Glucose
Hormonal feedback mechanisms can sense and regulate which hormones need to be increased or decreased in the body to ensure that the body maintains
a) Deoxygenation b) Homeostasis c) Carrying capacity d) Genetic diversity
What are the chemical messengers created by the endocrine system that travel through the blood and attach to receptor proteins of target cells?
a) Hormones b) Enzymes c) Plasma d) Platelets
If a person were to intentionally inject themselves with the weakened form of a pathogen or protein from a pathogens surface to protect from infection they would be getting
a) Infected b) Variegated c) Red blood cells d) Vaccinated
Which two body systems work together to allow multicellular organisms to communicate and coordinate their actions?
a) Nervous and endocrine b) Brain and glands c) Respiratory and Circulatory d) Muscular and Skeletal
The component of blood that causes clots to form by creating a fibrin protein over a wound are the
a) Red blood cells b) Plasma c) Platelets d) White blood cells
What component of blood carries oxygen to cells and carries carbon dioxide away from cells
a) Plasma b) Platelets c) Red blood cells d) White blood cells
What organ system might recognize a transplanted organ as a foreign invader and attempt to destroy the transplanted organ?
a) Circulatory b) Spleen c) Immune d) Respiratory
What type of cellular respiration can occur in the absence of oxygen?
a) Anaerobic b) Aerobic c) Anabolic d) Atavistic
What are the proteins that are made by white blood cells that attach to invading pathogens and clump them together into the antigen-antibody complex to destroy them?
a) Antigens b) Antibodies c) Antioxidants d) Antihistamines
What type of cell is transported in the blood and defends against infections by pathogens?
a) Red blood cells b) Plasma c) Platelets d) White blood cells
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