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A _________ is two sugar molecules, linked together.
a) saccharide b) polysaccharide c) disaccharide d) monosaccharide
A unicellular, eukaryotic organism is known as a:
a) archaebacteria b) fungus c) protist d) bacteria
_______ is a valuable because it can form 4 bonds with other molecules.
a) oxygen b) carbon c) hydrogen d) nitrogen
In science, a ___ is something that has been proven and is generally accepted as true.
a) law b) theory c) hypothesis d) educated guess
___ was the scientist who believed that organisms change over time due to the changes they make in their lifetime, for example, a giraffe stretching its neck to get food
a) Darwin b) Hooke c) Watson d) Lamarck
Birds developing longer beaks to reach inside a hole in a tree to obtain insects for food is an example of:
a) gene flow b) mutation c) genetic drift d) the bottleneck effect
___ is the formation of single, identical RNA from the two-stranded DNA.
a) Transcription b) Translation c) Replication d) Recombination
DNA replication takes place during which phase of the cell cycle?
a) Interphase b) Prophase c) Metaphase d) Anaphase
The organelle in the cell where cellular respiration takes place is called the:
a) chloroplast b) mitochondria c) lysosome d) Golgi body
Which of the following is an example of a heterozygous genotype?
a) BB b) Bb c) bb d) none of the above
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