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Back Print, Name Class Date, SEC T I O N 1 1 R E VIEW. T HE W ORLD OF B IOLOGY, VOCABULARY REVIEW Define the following terms . 1 development, 2 reproduction, MULTIPLE CHOICE Write the correct letter in the blank . 1 Biology is the study of, a animals c all living things . Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . b plants and animals d energy transfer , 2 A short segment of DNA that contains instructions for the development of a single trait of.
an organism is known as a, a DNA loop b gene c library d membrane . 3 As the cells in a multicellular organism multiply they become specialized for different. functions in a process called, a sexual reproduction c photosynthesis . b descent with modification d cell differentiation . 4 Homeostasis refers to the, a organization of cellular structures . b stable level of internal conditions in organisms . c organized structure of crystals , d destruction of tropical rain forests . 5 Photosynthesis is part of a plant s, a metabolism c development .
b homeostasis d response to stimuli , Modern Biology Study Guide 1. Back Print, Name Class Date, SHORT ANSWER Answer the questions in the space provided . 1 Explain why the cell is called the basic unit of life . 2 Give a specific example of homeostasis , 3 Why is it important to study biology . 4 Contrast the reproduction of bacteria with that of frogs . 5 Critical Thinking The organization of a rock is much simpler than that of living things . By what other criteria can a rock be distinguished from living things . STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS Explain how the drawing below illustrates the. characteristics of life , Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . 2 Section 1 1 Review, Back Print, Name Class Date.
SEC T I O N 1 2 R E VIEW, T HEMES IN B IOLOGY, VOCABULARY REVIEW Distinguish between the terms in each of the following groups. 1 domain kingdom, 2 diversity of life unity of life. 3 adaptations evolution, 4 ecosystem ecology, MULTIPLE CHOICE Write the correct letter in the blank . 1 A tree of life explains, Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . a how organisms are related to each other , b how organisms differ from each other .
c the lineages of various organisms , d All of the above. 2 Which of the following is NOT an important unifying theme in biology . a the diversity and unity of life, b the relationship between organisms and society. c the interdependence of living organisms, d the evolution of life. 3 An example of a domain is, a Animalia b Protista c Fungi d Eukarya . 4 A trait that improves an individual s ability to survive and reproduce is a n . a mutation b natural selection c adaptation d domain . 5 Which of the following statements is true , a Destruction of rain forests has no effect on living things .
b Destruction of rain forests increases the rate of evolution of rainforest organisms . c Humans have had no impact on the world s environment . d Humans have had a large impact on the world s environment . Modern Biology Study Guide 3, Back Print, Name Class Date. SHORT ANSWER Answer the questions in the space provided . 1 Give an example of how two organisms are interdependent . 2 Why must an adaptation be inheritable if it is to cause a population to evolve . 3 What is natural selection , 4 If two organisms share the same kingdom must they also share the same domain Explain . 5 Critical Thinking A female frog has a genetic trait that prevents it from producing eggs How. likely is it that this trait will spread through the frog population Explain your answer . STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS Briefly describe the interactions among the panther the. deer and the grass in the drawing below , Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . 4 Section 1 2 Review, Back Print, Name Class Date. SEC T I O N 1 3 R E VIEW, T HE S TUDY OF B IOLOGY.
VOCABULARY REVIEW Define the following terms , 1 prediction. 2 control group, 3 dependent variable, 4 independent variable. MULTIPLE CHOICE Write the correct letter in the blank . Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . 1 A field biologist who studies the behavior of birds in a rain forest most likely collects. data through, a experimenting b modeling c observing d inferring . 2 Constructing a graph is an example of, a measuring b organizing data c observing d predicting . 3 Of the following steps in a scientific investigation the last to be done is usually. a experimenting c producing a model , b observing d hypothesizing .
4 A statement that explains observations and can be tested is called. a a hypothesis b an inference c a theory d a model . 5 A visual verbal or mathematical explanation that is supported by data is called. a a hypothesis b an inference c a theory d a model . Modern Biology Study Guide 5, Back Print, Name Class Date. SHORT ANSWER Answer the questions in the space provided . 1 What are quantitative data Give two examples of quantitative data . 2 What is an advantage of a peer review of a scientific paper . 3 How are a hypothesis a prediction and an experiment related . 4 What are some of the things scientists might do to analyze data . 5 Critical Thinking A scientist wanted to study the effect of a drug on the blood pressure of rats . She set up an experiment in which the experimental group consisted of rats that were injected. with a salt solution containing the drug What should the control group have consisted of . What were the dependent and independent variables in her experiment . Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS Examine the drawing of the owl In each space below . provide an observation that would support the inference given or provide an inference. that could be derived from the observation given . Observations Inferences, Owls live in trees , Owls feed on mice . Owls kill prey with, their talons , The owl has wings . Both of the owl s, eyes face forward , It is night . 6 Section 1 3 Review, Back Print, Name Class Date.
SEC T I O N 1 4 R E VIEW, T OOLS AND T ECHNIQUES. VOCABULARY REVIEW Circle the term that does not belong in each of the following. groups and briefly explain why it does not belong . 1 compound light transmission electron light electron scanning electron. 2 base unit stage nosepiece objective lens, 3 magnification power of magnification resolution mass density. 4 second minute meter kilogram, 5 meter square meter cubic meter kilogram per cubic meter. Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . MULTIPLE CHOICE Write the correct letter in the blank . 1 The ability of a microscope to show details clearly is called. a enlargement b magnification c reduction d resolution . 2 One limitation of the scanning electron microscope is that it cannot be used to. a examine specimens smaller than cells , b view living specimens . c produce an enlarged image of a specimen , d produce an image of the surface of a specimen .
3 A microscope with a 10 ocular lens and a 25 objective lens has a total power of magnifi . cation equal to, a 2 5 b 35 c 250 d 2 500 , 4 The SI base unit for time is the. a second b minute c hour d day , 5 The SI prefix that represents 1 000 times the base unit is. a deci b centi c kilo d micro , Modern Biology Study Guide 7. Back Print, Name Class Date, SHORT ANSWER Answer the questions in the space provided . 1 Arrange the following parts in the order that matches the light path through a light microscope . specimen ocular lens objective lens light source . 2 What are the maximum magnifications of the LM TEM and SEM . 3 Write the abbreviation for each of the following units meter kilometer centimeter millimeter . micrometer What is the mathematical relationship between these units . 4 Critical Thinking A group of scientists want to determine whether the bacteria they are study . ing have viruses inside them Which type of microscope should they use Explain your answer . STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS Label each part of the figure in the spaces provided . Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . 8 Section 1 4 Review, Back Print, Name Class Date.
SEC T I O N 2 1 R E VIEW, C OMPOSITION OF M ATTER. VOCABULARY REVIEW Define the following terms , 2 neutron. 3 compound, 4 covalent bond, Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . MULTIPLE CHOICE Write the correct letter in the blank . 1 The atomic number of carbon is 6 Therefore the number of protons in a carbon atom equals. a 3 b 6 c 7 d 12 , 2 One of the kinds of particles found in the nucleus of an atom is the. a proton b electron c ion d boron , 3 The maximum number of electrons that can be held in the orbitals in an atom s second.
energy level is, a 2 b 4 c 6 d 8 , 4 Of the following elements the one that is most likely to form ionic bonds is. a hydrogen b carbon c sodium d oxygen , 5 An example of a compound is. a water b hydrogen gas c oxygen gas d chloride ion . Modern Biology Study Guide 9, Back Print, Name Class Date. SHORT ANSWER Answer the questions in the space provided . 1 What is the difference between mass and weight . 2 Identify the elements and the number of atoms of each element in each of the following compounds . BO2 KCl, C6H12O6 NH3, 3 How many pairs of electrons do the two oxygen atoms in an oxygen molecule share with each. other Explain your answer , 4 Critical Thinking The atomic number of argon is 18 Will argon tend to form bonds with other.
elements Explain your answer , Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS Use the figure to answer the following questions . The diagram below shows bonding of a hydrogen atom with a chlorine atom The atomic number. of hydrogen is 1 The atomic number of chlorine is 17 The orbitals corresponding to the third. energy level can hold up to 8 electrons , Cl H HCl. 1 What kind of bond is formed between hydrogen and chlorine atoms . 2 Describe the formation of this bond and the total number of electrons in the orbitals of each. energy level , 10 Section 2 1 Review, Back Print. Name Class Date, SEC T I O N 2 2 R E VIEW, VOCABULARY REVIEW Distinguish between the terms in each of the following pairs. 1 reactant product, 2 catalyst enzyme, 3 oxidation reaction reduction reaction.
MULTIPLE CHOICE Write the correct letter in the blank . 1 The state of matter in which particles move most rapidly is. a liquid b gas c solid d heat , 2 Every chemical reaction involves a. Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . a change in the state of the matter c transfer of energy . in the reactants d transfer of electrons between atoms . b net release of energy , 3 Enzymes, a increase the amount of energy c catalyze only redox reactions . released in a reaction d reduce the activation energy needed. b decrease the amount of energy for a reaction , released in a reaction . 4 In chemical reactions the number of each kind of atom in the reactants is. a the same as in the products c more than in the products . b less than in the products d b or c depending on the kind of chemical. 5 Redox reactions, a involve either reduction or oxidation c do not occur in living things . but not both d always involve oxygen , b involve the transfer of electrons.
between atoms , Modern Biology Study Guide 11, Back Print. Name Class Date, SHORT ANSWER Answer the questions in the space provided . 1 In the chemical reaction shown below write R over the reactants and P over the products . C12H22O11 H2O C6H12O6 C6H12O6, 2 What role do catalysts play in chemical reactions . 3 What does a two direction arrow indicate in a chemical equation . 4 In the chemical reaction shown below write R over the substance that is reduced and O over the. substance that is oxidized , Na Cl Na Cl , 5 Critical Thinking Sucrose or table sugar can react with water to form two other compounds . glucose and fructose However when you add sugar to a glass of water this reaction proceeds. extremely slowly Why does it proceed slowly and what else is needed to speed up the reaction . Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS Use the figure to answer the following questions . The graph below represents the energy changes that occur as a chemical reaction progresses . Reaction progress, 1 What is represented by arrow A .
2 What is represented by arrow B , 3 Is energy absorbed or released in this reaction Explain your answer . 12 Section 2 2 Review, Back Print, Name Class Date. SEC T I O N 2 3 R E VIEW, W ATER AND S OLUTIONS, VOCABULARY REVIEW Define the following terms . 1 solvent, 2 aqueous solution, 3 hydroxide ion, Copyright by Holt Rinehart and Winston All rights reserved . MULTIPLE CHOICE Write the correct letter in the blank . 1 The concentration of a solution is the measurement of the amount of. a acid dissolved in a fixed amount c solute dissolve. SECTION 1 4 REVIEW TOOLS ANDTECHNIQUES VOCABULARY REVIEW Circle the term that does not belong in each of the following groups and briefly explain why it does not belong 1 compound light transmission electron light electron scanning electron 2 base unit stage nosepiece objective lens

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