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The magma responsible for this volcano was generated by what process? Type 19 28 This volcano is composed of: a. Type 35 35 This volcano formed from an intermediate magma type, because: a.

Type 36 40 The dark colored rock that forms a straight line on the surface is most likely: a. Page Introductory Geology Volcanoes Imagine putting the honey in the refrigerator overnight; will its viscosity be affected? Type 43 25 Based on the size of the area which is dark colored and sparsely vegetated, this region is: a. This is a picture of: a. How many miles in length is this dark colored feature? Type 46 12 This volcano Mt. Adams has a lot of snow cover and small glaciers on it, but you can still see the volcanic rock, especially on the eastern flank side of the volcano.

This volcano is: a. How tall is Mt. Adams, and what is the length of its base in the widest, N-S dimension? Compared to the Big Island of Hawaii 19 53 Adams is: a. In addition to the appearance of the antifreeze gene, icefish have also been found to have DNA sequences similar to the DNA sequences in hemoglobin genes of other fish species. However, these DNA sequences are not complete and therefore not functional in icefish. This evidence makes The Greatest Plant Skit - Anonamix - The Anonymous Mix Volume 2 - Sea Of Green (CDr) likely that.

Green sea slugs are animals that live in water and have developed the ability to produce their own chlorophyll. These creatures can also pass this ability to make chlorophyll to their offspring. Once the offspring have one meal of algae, they are able to make food using sunlight.

This one meal provides the baby slugs with the chloroplasts needed to make use of the chlorophyll, and they are able The Greatest Plant Skit - Anonamix - The Anonymous Mix Volume 2 - Sea Of Green (CDr) produce their own food in the future. The best explanation for why sea slugs are able to pass on this ability to make food to their offspring is that. The diagram below represents one of many microscopic air sacs in a human lung.

The alveolus air sac is the place where oxygen O2 and carbon dioxide CO2 move into or out of the blood, as represented in the diagram. Which statement best explains why these gases are able to move in the directions shown in the diagram? The CO2 moves out of the capillary and into the alveolus to make more room for the blood to carry O2. The O2 is needed by the cells, so it is actively transported into the blood.

The CO2, which is not needed, is actively transported out of the blood. The blood coming to the lungs is low in CO2 and high in O2, so the gases each diffuse from a lower to a higher concentration in this area. The blood coming to the lungs is high in CO2 and low in O2, so the gases each diffuse from a higher to a lower concentration in this area.

During the process of chromosome replication, a genetic error occurs. As a result, a sequence of events occurs as described below. The evolutionary tree below represents possible relationships between several species of plants.

According to the tree, species B and C are more closely related to each other than to species A. Which gel electrophoresis diagram would best support this statement? In addition to analyzing DNA, what other evidence could be used to best support the evolutionary relationship between species B and C?

In his journey to the Galapagos Islands, Charles Darwin was amazed by the variation in the characteristics of plants and animals he encountered. In any habitat, food can be limited and the types of foods available may vary. One year, there was no rain on these islands. Many plants failed to bloom and produced no new seeds.

This left mostly large, tough seeds for the finches to eat. The different tools such as spoons, chopsticks, or pliers used during The Beaks of Finches laboratory activity represented variations in. A student completed a lab activity that demonstrated the connection between pulse rate, heart rate, and fl ow of blood during exercise. She left her class wondering if there is a connection between breathing rate and exercise.

With the help of her track coach, she conducted an investigation to try and find an answer to her question. In the investigation, the respiratory rates of thirty athletes were measured before any exercise. To measure their rates, they counted the number of times they took a breath in The Greatest Plant Skit - Anonamix - The Anonymous Mix Volume 2 - Sea Of Green (CDr) minute. Then, they ran one lap around the track, and their respiratory rates were determined again.

Finally, they ran two laps around the track and checked their respiratory rates one last time. All of their data were recorded, and the averages were calculated.

The data table shows the information obtained in this investigation. During this activity, what was the purpose of finding the respiratory rates of the students at rest? Played 1 times. Print Share Edit Delete. Live Game Live. Finish Editing. This quiz is incomplete! To play this quiz, please finish editing it. Delete Quiz. Question 1. D producing canavanine as a natural antifreeze. E increasing cytoplasmic levels of specific solute concentrations, such as sugars.

The cypress grows in swamps; the pine grows in sandy soil. How do you think their anatomies differ? A There are larger intercellular spaces in the roots of the cypress than in the roots of the pine. B Water-conducting cells are larger in the stems of the cypress than in the stems of the pine. C The springwood and summerwood are more distinct in the cypress. D There is less parenchyma in the roots of the cypress than in the pine roots. B rapidly expand until the cells burst.

C begin to plasmolyze as water is lost. D actively transport water from the cytoplasm into the vacuole. E actively absorb salts from the seawater. A nastic movement B taxic movement C tropism response D morphological response E acclimation.

B potassium channels. C nervous tissue. D aquaporins. E stress proteins. A leaf abscission to prevent further loss B early flowering to try and reproduce before being eaten C production of chemical compounds for defense or to attract predators D production of physical defenses, such as thorns E production of thicker bark and cuticle to make it more difficult to eat.

C gene-for-gene recognition must occur. D phytoalexins must be released. E it must be past a certain developmental age. A cells near the point of infection destroying themselves to prevent the spread of the infection B production of chemicals that repel pathogens C transcriptional level recognition followed by production of stress proteins D thickening the cuticle so that pathogens have trouble penetrating the tissues E stopping all xylem and phloem movement within infected tissues.

What does the infected plant produce in response to the attack? A production of the amino acid analog canavanine B release of insect pheromones C production of foul-tasting compounds D thickened cuticle E enhanced levels of salicylic acid. B Pfr phytochrome. C salicylic acid. E red, but not far-red, light. A phytochrome B salicylic acid C molecular chaperones D stress proteins E brassinosteroids. C only if the pathogen and the plant have the same R genes.

D if it has the specific R gene that corresponds to the pathogen molecule encoded by an Avr gene. E when the pathogen secretes Avr protein. A to destroy pathogens directly B to activate systemic acquired resistance of plants C to close stomata, thus preventing the entry of pathogens D to activate heat-shock proteins E to sacrifice infected tissues by hydrolyzing cells.

The primary purpose of the paint is to A minimize water loss by evaporation from the cut surface. B improve the appearance of the cut surface. D block entry of pathogens through the wound. E induce the production of phytoalexins. B all production of hormones is local in plants with little long-distance transport. C plants do not exhibit feedback mechanisms like animals. D only animal hormone concentrations are developmentally regulated.

E only animal hormones may have either external or internal receptors. B products of stresses in the environment. C small, easily transportable molecules. D unable to cross membranes. E direct products of photosynthesis. B systemic acquired resistance. C pleiotropy. D hyperplasia. E general systemic response. If the same range of concentrations were applied to lateral buds, what curve s would probably be produced?

B show that gibberellin is necessary in positive gravitropism. C show that taller plants with more gibberellin produce fruit pods. D show a correlation between plant height and gibberellin concentration. E study phytoalexins in plants. E equal to the amount of gibberellin in the shortest plant.

Research has shown that the flowering process is triggered three months before blooming occurs. In order to make poinsettias bloom in December, florists change the length of the light-dark cycle in September.

Given the information and clues above, which of the following is a correct statement about poinsettias? A They are short-day plants. B They require a light period longer than some set minimum. C They require a shorter dark period than is available in September. D The dark period can be interrupted without affecting flowering. E They will flower even if there are brief periods of far-red illumination during the nighttime. Under the first set of conditions, the plants flowered, but they failed to flower under the second set of conditions.

Which of the following conclusions would be consistent with these results? A The critical night length is 14 hours. B The plants are short-day plants. C The critical day length is 10 hours. D The plants can convert phytochrome to florigen. E The plants flower in the late spring. B gibberellin. C cytokinin. E abscisic acid. B gene activation. C acid-induced denaturation of cell wall proteins.

D increased activity of plasma membrane proton pumps. E cell wall loosening. B auxin can pass through agar. C light destroys auxin. D light is perceived by the tips of coleoptiles. E red light is most effective in shoot phototropism.

B red light during the night. C red light followed by far-red light during the night. D far-red light during the day. E red light during the day. A auxin B calcium C statoliths D light E differential growth.

A auxin overproducer B strigolactone overproducer C cytokinin underproducer D gibberellin overproducer E strigolactone underproducer. Front Side Back Side 1 1 The male wasp, Campsoscolia ciliata, transfers pollen from one orchid to another orchid of the same species. A a supply of energy-rich nectar B volatile chemical hormones that help the male wasp find a sexually receptive female C no reward; the male wasp is deceived by the flower shape and odor D successful copulation with the flower E a store of nectar that the wasp can use in time of famine.

A honeybees gathering pollen from apple blossoms B butterflies gathering nectar from lily blossoms C beetles feeding on magnolia blossoms D ants protecting and feeding from nectaries of Acacia E wasps such as Campsoscolia ciliata transferring pollen in orchid flowers. A All cells are diploid. B All cells are triploid. C All cells are polyploid. D The ploidy level varies among species. E There are haploid, diploid, and triploid cells. B fail to produce petals. C fail to produce The Greatest Plant Skit - Anonamix - The Anonymous Mix Volume 2 - Sea Of Green (CDr).

D fail to produce pollen. E fail to produce ovules. A The developmental sequences postfertilization are identical. B Both contain triploid tissue. C The nutritive tissues are both haploid. D Only the apple seed has a diploid seed coat. E Both contain haploid and diploid tissues. B a single mitotic division. C both meiotic and mitotic divisions. D mitosis from the megaspore mother cell. E differentiation from the suspensor tissues. B eggs. C sperm. D seeds. E gametes. A Mitosis occurs in gametophytes to produce gametes.

B Meiosis occurs in sporophytes to produce spores. C The gametophyte is within the flower in angiosperms. D Mitosis occurs in gametophytes to produce gametes, and meiosis occurs in sporophytes to produce spores.

E Mitosis occurs in gametophytes to produce gametes, meiosis occurs in sporophytes to produce spores, and the gametophyte is within the flower in angiosperms. A They have a triploid endosperm within the seed. B They have an ovary that becomes a fruit. C They have a small reduced sporophyte.

D They have a triploid endosperm within the seed and an ovary that becomes a fruit. E They have a triploid endosperm within the seed, an ovary that becomes a fruit, and a small reduced sporophyte. A stamen B carpel C petals D sepals E receptacle. B carpel. C petals. D sepals. E receptacle. Which of the following fruits is derived mostly from an enlarged receptacle?

A pea B raspberry C apple D pineapple E peach. B photosynthesis. C meiosis. D egg production. E sexual reproduction. B style. C megasporangium. D anther. E ovary. Which of the following correctly describes a perfect flower? A It has no sepals. B It has fused carpels. C It is on a dioecious plant. D It has no endosperm. E It has both stamens and carpels. B are complete. C produce pollen. D are found only on dioecious plants.

E develop into fruits. A The sporophyte is the dominant generation. B The Greatest Plant Skit - Anonamix - The Anonymous Mix Volume 2 - Sea Of Green (CDr) gametophytes develop from megaspores within the anthers.

C Pollination is the placing of pollen on the stigma of a carpel. D The food-storing endosperm is derived from the cell that contains two polar nuclei and one sperm nucleus. E Flowers produce fruits within the ovules. A dioecious B monoecious C complete D wind-pollinated E insect-pollinated.

B stigma. C carpel. D filament. E pollen tube. A megaspore B generative nucleus of a pollen grain C polar nuclei of the embryo sac D microsporocyte E both megaspore and polar nuclei. A megasporocyte B microsporocyte C endosperm D pollen tube E megasporocyte and microsporocyte.

A An antheridium forms from the megasporophyte. B A megaspore mother cell undergoes meiosis. C The egg nucleus is usually diploid. D A pollen tube emerges to accept pollen after pollination. E The endosperm surrounds the megaspore mother cell.

A meiosis in pollen grains B meiosis in anthers C mitosis in male gametophyte pollen tube D mitosis in the micropyle E mitosis in the embryo sac. A ovule B microsporocyte C pollen grain D embryo sac E stamen. A apple B strawberry C raspberry D pineapple E corn on the cob. B a generative cell and a tube cell. C two sperm nuclei and one tube cell nucleus. D two haploid microspores.

E a haploid nucleus and a diploid pollen wall. B the triple fusion nucleus. C three pollen grains. D two antipodal cells, two polar nuclei, two eggs, and two synergids. E a tube nucleus, a generative cell, and a sperm cell. A Fertilization precedes pollination. B Pollination easily occurs between plants of different species, whereas fertilization is within a species. C Pollen is formed within megasporangia so that male and female gametes are near each other. D Pollination is the transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma.

Fertilization is the fusion of haploid nuclei. E If fertilization occurs, pollination is unnecessary. B the rejection of self cells. C carpel incompatibility with the egg cells. D that the flowers be incomplete. E the union of genetically identical sperm and egg cells. B germination of the pollen on the stigma. C growth of the pollen tube in the style. D membrane permeability of cells. E different individuals of the same species.

A Pollen tube growth would not be directed toward the egg, and fertilization would not occur. B The seeds from the flowers would be unable to break dormancy. C The pollen grain would not form a pollen tube due to incompatibility with the pollen tube.

D The length of the style would be increased to the point where the growing pollen tube would be unable to reach the synergids. A The microspores become pollen grains. B The ovule becomes a fruit. C The petals are retained. D The vegetative nucleus becomes a sperm nucleus. E The ovules become ovaries. B ensure double fertilization. C form a seed coat. D direct development of the endosperm.

E produce hormones that ensure successful pollination. B extensive vascular connections to the parent plant.

C fleshy cells rich in sugars. D brightly colored pigments to attract animal dispersers. E subtending bracts to protect against predators. A The protection of female gametophytes within ovules keeps them from drying out. B Sperm with flagella can reach the egg faster. C It provides sufficient time for the integument to develop into a seed coat. D It allows for a complex nucleus to develop. E It allows more time for potential pollination.

A The endosperm develops into a diploid nutrient tissue. B A triploid zygote is formed. C Both a diploid embryo and triploid endosperm are formed. D Two embryos develop in every seed. E The antipodal cells develop into the seed coat. A Its nutrients may be absorbed by the cotyledons in the seeds of eudicots.

B It develops from a haploid cell. C Its nutrients are digested before embryo development. D It develops from the fertilized egg. E It is only fully developed in monocot seeds. A Cultivars would be better able to cope with a rapidly changing environment. B They would have a larger potential genome than inbred crops. C All of the desirable traits of the The Greatest Plant Skit - Anonamix - The Anonymous Mix Volume 2 - Sea Of Green (CDr) would be passed on to offspring.

D They would benefit from positive mutations in their DNA. E It would be easier to introduce novel genes. A The emergence of the radical. B The coleoptiles in monocots. C The protective layer of cutin outside of the seed coat. D The emergence of the first photosynthetically active leaves. E The development of a nutrient-rich hypocotyl. A potato B lettuce C radish D celery E green beans. A cotyledon; radicle B hypocotyl; epicotyl C coleoptile; coleorhiza D scutellum; coleoptile E epicotyl; radicle.

A Fruits form from megasporangia and integuments. B All fruits contain seeds. C Green beans, corn, tomatoes, and wheat are all vegetables. D Pollination is always required for fruit maturation. E During fruit development, the wall of the ovary becomes the integument. B receptacles. C fertilized eggs. D ovaries. E ovules. A pollination B fertilization C imbibition D hydrolysis of starch and other food reserves E emergence of the radicle.

A It is the first structure to emerge from a eudicot seed. B It pushes the cotyledons up through the soil. C It straightens when exposed to sufficient water.

D It is stunted in an etiolated seedling. E It emerges after the successful establishment of the radicle. A increased genetic variation in progeny B enhanced mitosis C more stable populations D rapid increases in population due to high seed production E higher reproductive success. A It involves both meiosis and mitosis to produce haploid and diploid cells. B It produces vegetables and not fruits. Live Game Live. Finish Editing. This quiz is incomplete!

To play this quiz, please finish editing it. Delete Quiz. Question 1. Spotted owls. Which of the following is an example of one such adaptation? Vines that wrap around a tree. Thin, shallow roots that run across the forest floor. Numerous small leaves on one stem. Colorful petals. A lion preys on a herd of gazelle. Plants remove carbon dioxide from the air and add oxygen. Animals cause erosion by digging in the dirt. A lizard raises its body temperature by using heat from the Sun.

Which organisms are in competition for the same food source? Fox and owl. Spider and fly. Rabbit and mouse. Deer and owl. Which of the following best summarizes the effect of saltwater on these plant species?

Species 1 can sprout only in freshwater, and Species 2 can sprout only in saltwater. Both species need salt in their water, but Species 2 needs more salt than Species 1. Grasshoppers and snakes.

Hawks and frogs. Frogs and snakes. Decomposers and grasses. Very cold, very clear, and very fast. Very warm, very clear, and very slow. Mild temperatures, some suspended particles, flows very fast. Mild temperatures, some suspended particles, flows at a medium speed.

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