- Texas State University-San Marcos
- Biology 1320
- MasteringBiology Quizzes
Last Modified: 2013-05-01
a testable theory.
have membrane bound organelles
ability to produce energy
eat other organisms
have a nucleus
maintenance of homeostasis
innate migratory behavior of young birds born in the Arctic.
reduced heart rate and oxygen consumption in seals that dive deep for long periods of time.
enlarged leg muscles in horses, in response to pulling heavy wagon loads.
larger body size in male gorillas, which fight over females.
The bacteria changed their DNA when growing near the mold.
The mold was dead.
The mold produced a substance that killed nearby bacteria.
The mold used all of the nutrients so that the bacteria couldn't grow.
is considerably larger.
possesses membrane-bound organelles.
lacks a nucleus.
is structurally more complex.
disproved the idea of spontaneous generation.
disproved that maggots and flies were related.
determined that flies come from maggots. disproved the scientific method.
used the scientific method to prove the idea of spontaneous generation.
is an educated guess.
will never be changed.
is less reliable than a hypothesis.
is a general explanation for natural phenomena.
change in the DNA sequence.
dose of radiation.
defective egg or sperm cell.
change in the DNA sequence.
atom, molecule, tissue, cell
organelle, tissue, cell, organ
organ, tissue, cell, molecule
molecule, cell, organelle, organ
cell, tissue, organ, organ system
uniformity in space and time.
Food provides the organic chemicals needed by heterotrophs.
Food is an alternative source of energy for heterotrophs when sunlight is unavailable.
Food provides at least half of the water required by heterotrophs.
Heterotrophs cannot photosynthesize without the chemicals provided by food.
energy and nutritional demands of the organism.
ability of organisms to respond to external stimuli.
species' physical appearance rate of reproduction.
genetic makeup of the species.
how they respond to stimuli.
how they reproduce.
how they obtain energy.
their ability to move.
growth and development.
sperm and egg formation.
The atomic mass is equal to the atomic number.
The number of electrons is equal to the number of neutrons.
The number of protons is equal to the number of electrons.
The atomic mass is equal to the number of electrons.
The number of neutrons is equal to the number of protons.
the number of protons it contains
the number of electrons in the outermost electron shell
its atomic mass
its atomic number
the number of electrons in the innermost electron shell
the number of atoms
the number of protons
the number of neutrons
the number of molecules
the number of electrons
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