A macro-molecular structure

·  Question 1

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Body systems work with each other in highly related ways. They perform functions that no one system could do alone.  Which “Principle of Life” summarizes these facts?
Selected Answer: Life is Internally Integrated.

·  Question 2

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Which of the following principles of life describes a fundamental requirement for the growth of an organism:
Selected Answer: Life is Finite.

·  Question 3

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Plants and Animals are examples of major groups or organisms within a
Selected Answer: three domain system.

·  Question 4

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Which of the following is not a major group of organisms within a six-Kingdom classification system?
Selected Answer: humans

·  Question 5

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Which of the following principles of life describes a fundamental requirement for the growth of an organism:
Selected Answer: Life is Finite.

·  Question 6

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In living organisms, cells of a similar kind are typically collected together and organized into
Selected Answer: tissues.

·  Question 7

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Which of the following sequences of terms moves neatly and sequentially from less complex to more complex?
Selected Answer: individual – population – community – ecosystem

·  Question 8

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Which of the following is not a “Principle of Life” on which this course in BIOL 101 is based?
Selected Answer: Life is Diverse.

·  Question 9

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“A mouse runs because natural selection happens to have given it feet.”  This statement would be made by
Selected Answer: a naturalist/evolutionist.

·  Question 10

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A source of information and a source of energy are required in order for an organism to
Selected Answer: b) and c)

·  Question 11

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Which of the following is one of our “Principles of life” in this course?
Selected Answer: Life is Multicellular.

·  Question 12

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Your mouth, an alpine valley or a swamp are all examples of ecosystems.  All ecosystems on the earth taken together are called
Selected Answer: the biosphere.

·  Question 13

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A macro-molecular structure in the cell is composed of
Selected Answer: biomolecules.

·  Question 14

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The Bible implies that biological life is significant because
Selected Answer: it was created in six consecutive days with man created on the seventh day.

·  Question 15

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Those serious scholars who are most inclined to see teleology in nature are those who argue that
Selected Answer: b) and c)

·  Question 16

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A sociologist uses the word “community” to refer to a collection of different sorts of people;  a biologist uses the same term to refer to a collection of different
Selected Answer: populations.

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