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How many elements occur naturally on Earth?
a) More than 90
b) 90
c) About 80
d) Less than 10

Atoms contain all of the following, except...
a) Protons
b) Neutrons
c) Organelles
d) Electrons

Electrically charged atoms are called ________.
a) Elements
b) Neutral atoms
c) Compounds
d) Ions

Two substances mixed together can form any of the following EXCEPT ________.
a) an element
b) a mixture
c) a suspension
d) a solution

Enzymes are a kind of ________ that speed up chemical reactions without being changed.
a) carbohydrate
b) lipid
c) nucleic acid
d) protein

Molecules move into and out of a cell through the ________.
a) nucleus
b) cytoplasm
c) endoplasmic reticulum
d) cell membrane

The net movement of molecules from an area where there are many to an area where there are few is called ________.
a) selective permiability
b) diffusion
c) active transport
d) exocytosis

Osmosis is the diffusion of ________ through a cell membrane in order to establish an equilibrium of solutes.
a) carbon dioxide
b) hydrogen
c) water
d) proteins

Of the following, which is NOT a method of transporting materials into a cell?
a) Diffusion
b) Active transport
c) Endocytosis
d) Exocytosis

________ is the total of all chemical activities of an organism that enable it to stay alive, grow, and reproduce.
a) Metabolism
b) Equilibrium
c) Osmosis
d) Active Transport

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