BIO 101 Mock Practicum

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BIO 101
Mock Practicum I
Station 1
Questions 1 and 2
1. What is mass?
A: the amount of space an
object takes up
B: the amount of matter in
an object
C: the pull of gravity on an
object
D: Mass divided by volume
2. Which of the following
is the metric unit for
mass?
A: Meter
B: Liter
C: Gram
D: Gallon
Station 2
Questions 3 and 4
Question 3: If the temperature
outside was 22°C, what would
this be in Fahrenheit?
Question 4: How many
centimeters (cm) equal to 25
millimeters (mm)?
Station 3:
Questions 5 and 6
Question 5: If you have 3 liters of milk in your fridge, how many gallons
of milk do you have?
Question 6: How many ounces would you weigh out if you needed 250
milligrams (mg)?
Length
Volume
Mass
English
Metric
English
Metric
English
Metric
1 in
2.54 cm
1 ft3
28.32 L
1 lb
453.59 g
39.37 in
1m
1.057 qt
1L
1 oz
28.35 g
1 mile
1.609 km
1 gal
3.7853 L
1 dram
1.772 g
Station 4
Questions 7 and 8
Question 7:
Identify L
Question 8:
Identify K
Station 5:
Questions 9 and 10
Question 9: Calculate the total
magnification for the 4x objective lens
Question 10: Calculate the total
magnification for the 10x objective lens
Station 6
Questions 11 and 12
Identify 1:
Identify 5:
Station 7
Questions 13 and 14
Question 13: Identify 2
Question 14: Identify 5
Station 8
Questions 15 and 16: is it an animal, plant or
bacteria cell?
Question 15: Identify the cells:
Station 8
Questions 15 and
16: is it an animal,
plant or bacteria
cell?
Question 16: Identify the cells:
Station 9
Questions 17 and 18
Question 17:
What type of
organism is
this?
Question 18:
How does this
organism
move?
Station 10
Questions 19 and 20
Question 19: What are most atoms
made of?
Question20: What is the charge
assigned to the electrons?
Station 11
Questions 21 and 22
Question 21: Ionic bonds for between what types of elements?
A: Metal to metal
B: Nonmetal to nonmetal
C: Metal to nonmetal
Question 22:Which of the below elements will most likely form a Covalent
Bond?
A: K and Cl
B: Al and Mg
C: H and O
D: O and Na
Station 12
Questions 23 and 24
Question 23: A charged particle is
called an:
A: isotope
B: Molecule
C: Ion
D: Compound
Question 24: What type of bond is
this?
A: Ionic
B: Covalent
Station 13
Questions 25 and 26
Question 25: Neutral solutions have a pH of:
Question 26: An acid’s pH is between:
A: 0-7
B: 7
C: 7-14
D: There is no way to discover an acid’s pH
Station 14
Questions 27 and 28
Question 27: Which of the following are building blocks of proteins?
A: amino acids
B: monosaccharides
C: nucleotides
D: fatty acids
Question 28: Glucose is a
A: protein
B: disaccharide
C: nucleic acid
D: monosaccharide
Station 15
Questions 29 and 30
•Question 29: this is a
positive test for a
iodine test. What type
of macromolecule is
present in this test
tube?
Question 30
This is a positive result for a Biuret test:
• What type of macromolecule is present in
this test tube?
• A: Lipid
• B: Protein
• C: Nucleic Acid
• D: Carbohydrate
Station 16
Questions 31 and 32
Question 31: The part of
the enzyme where the
substrate binds is called
the:
• A: active site
• B: catalyst
• C: inhibitor
• D: large subunit
Question 32: When a piece of liver is
dropped into hydrogen peroxide, the
peroxide bubbles vigorously as a result
of what reaction?
A: peroxide being broken into water and
oxygen
B: peroxide is destroying germs in the
liver
C: more peroxide is being created by the
liver
D: liver and peroxide are joining
together to make a new protein
Station 17
Questions 33 and 34
Question 33: Which of these is the correct equation for
photosynthesis?
A: carbon dioxide + oxygen + light energy --> carbohydrate + water
B: carbon dioxide + water + light energy --> carbohydrate + oxygen +
water
C: carbohydrate + oxygen --> light energy + carbon dioxide + water
D: carbohydrate + light energy + carbon dioxide --> oxygen + water
E: water + light energy --> carbon dioxide + carbohydrate + water
Question 34:
What is paper chromatography used for?
Station 18
Questions 35 and 36
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Question 35: Chromatography can be used to:
A: form mixtures
B: change mixture compositions
C: separate mixtures into pure substances
D: all of these
Question 36: What does Bromothymol blue indicate the presence of?
A: Oxygen
B: Carbon dioxide
C: Proteins
D: Lipids
E: Carbohydrates
Station 19
Questions 37 and 38
Question 37: Bromothymol
blue turns what color in the
presence of carbon dioxide?
• A: Clear
• B: Blue
• C: Green
• D: Yellow
• E: Red
Question 38: What are the
products formed by lactate
fermentation (anaerobic
respiration)?
• A: Oxygen
• B: Carbon dioxide
• C: Lactic Acid
• D: Alcohol (ethanol)
• E: Water
Station 20
Questions 39 and 40
39. What phase of mitosis is this?
40 What phase of mitosis is this?
Station 21
Questions 41 and 42
• Question 41: DNA Replication happens in which one(s)?
• A: mitosis
• B: meiosis
• C: mitosis and meiosis
• D: metaphase 2
• Questions 42: What happens during the S phase of the cell cycle?
• A: Chromosomes are duplicated
• B: The cell grows and doubles it organelles
• C: The cell prepares for cell division
• D: The chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell
Station 22
Questions 43 and 44
43. What phase of meiosis is this?
44. What phase of meiosis is this?
Station 23
Questions 45 and 46
45. What phase of meiosis is this?
46. What phase of meiosis is this?
Station 24
Questions 47 and 48
45. What phase of meiosis is this?
46. What phase of meiosis is this?
Station 25
Questions 49 and 50
Question 49:
What substance (non-gas)
did the yeast give off
(product)?
A. Glucose
B. Alcohol
C. Sucrose
D. Starch
Question 50: In our
yeast experiment, what
gas were the peas
taking in?
A: carbon dioxide
B: water
C: oxygen
D: none of these
Answer Key
Station 1
Questions 1 and 2
1. What is mass?
A: the amount of space an
object takes up
B: the amount of matter in
an object
C: the pull of gravity on an
object
D: Mass divided by volume
2. Which of the following
is the metric unit for
mass?
A: Meter
B: Liter
C: Gram
D: Gallon
Station 2
Questions 3 and 4
Question 3: If the temperature
outside was 22°C, what would
this be in Fahrenheit? 71.6 F
Question 4: How many
centimeters (cm) equal to 25
millimeters (mm)? 2.5 cm
Station 3:
Questions 5 and 6
Question 5: If you have 3 liters of milk in your fridge, how many gallons
of milk do you have? 0.79 gallons
Question 6: How many ounces would you weigh out if you needed 250
milligrams (mg)?
Length
Volume
Mass
0.0088 oz
English
Metric
English
Metric
English
Metric
1 in
2.54 cm
1 ft3
28.32 L
1 lb
453.59 g
39.37 in
1m
1.057 qt
1L
1 oz
28.35 g
1 mile
1.609 km
1 gal
3.7853 L
1 dram
1.772 g
Station 4
Questions 7 and 8
Question 10:
Identify L: Base
Question 11:
Identify K: Fine
Adjustment knob
Station 5:
Questions 9 and 10
Question 9: Calculate the total
magnification for the 4x objective lens
10 x 4 = 40
Question 10: Calculate the total
magnification for the 10x objective lens
10 x 10 = 100
Station 6
Questions 11 and 12
Identify 1: Pili
Identify 5:
Capsule
Station 7
Questions 13 and 14
Question 13: Identify 2
Mitochondria
Question 14: Identify 5
Nucleus
Station 8
Questions 15 and 16: is it an animal, plant or
bacteria cell?
Question 15: Identify the
cells:
Because it has nuclei, it is –
there are not a bacteria cell.
It does not have chloroplasts
or cell wall, so it is not a plant
cell – it is an animal cell
Station 8
Questions 15 and
16: is it an animal,
plant or bacteria
cell?
Question 16:
Identify the cells:
it has
chloroplasts, it is
a plant cell
Station 9
Questions 17 and 18
Question 17:
What type of
organism is
this? Amoeba
Question 18:
How does this
organism
move? They
move by using
pseudopods
Station 10
Questions 19 and 20
Question 19: What are most atoms
made of? Protons, neutrons and
electrons
Question20: What is the charge
assigned to the electrons? negative
Station 11
Questions 21 and 22
Question 21: Ionic bonds for between what types of elements?
A: Metal to metal
B: Nonmetal to nonmetal
C: Metal to nonmetal
Question 22:Which of the below elements will most likely form a Covalent
Bond?
A: K and Cl
B: Al and Mg
C: H and O
D: O and Na
Station 12
Questions 23 and 24
Question 23: A charged particle is
called an:
A: isotope
B: Molecule
C: Ion
D: Compound
Question 24: What type of bond is
this?
A: Ionic
B: Covalent
Station 13
Questions 25 and 26
Question 25: Neutral solutions have a pH of: 7
Question 26: An acid’s pH is between:
A: 0-7
B: 7
C: 7-14
D: There is no way to discover an acid’s pH
Station 14
Questions 27 and 28
Question 27: Which of the following are building blocks of proteins?
A: amino acids
B: monosaccharides
C: nucleotides
D: fatty acids
Question 28: Glucose is a
A: protein
B: disaccharide
C: nucleic acid
D: monosaccharide
Station 15
Questions 29 and 30
•Question 29: this is a
positive test for a
iodine test. What type
of macromolecule is
present in this test
tube? Carbohydrate
(starch)
Question 30
This is a positive result for a Biuret test:
• What type of macromolecule is present in
this test tube?
• A: Lipid
• B: Protein
• C: Nucleic Acid
• D: Carbohydrate
Station 16
Questions 31 and 32
Question 31: The part of
the enzyme where the
substrate binds is called
the:
• A: active site
• B: catalyst
• C: inhibitor
• D: large subunit
Question 32: When a piece of liver is
dropped into hydrogen peroxide, the
peroxide bubbles vigorously as a result
of what reaction?
A: peroxide being broken into water
and oxygen
B: peroxide is destroying germs in the
liver
C: more peroxide is being created by the
liver
D: liver and peroxide are joining
together to make a new protein
Station 17
Questions 33 and 34
Question 33: Which of these is the correct equation for
photosynthesis?
A: carbon dioxide + oxygen + light energy --> carbohydrate + water
B: carbon dioxide + water + light energy --> carbohydrate + oxygen +
water
C: carbohydrate + oxygen --> light energy + carbon dioxide + water
D: carbohydrate + light energy + carbon dioxide --> oxygen + water
E: water + light energy --> carbon dioxide + carbohydrate + water
Question 34:
What is paper chromatography used for?
used to separate mixtures of
substances into their components
-
Station 18
Questions 35 and 36
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Question 35: Chromatography can be used to:
A: form mixtures
B: change mixture compositions
C: separate mixtures into pure substances
D: all of these
Question 36: What does Bromothymol blue indicate the presence of?
A: Oxygen
B: Carbon dioxide
C: Proteins
D: Lipids
E: Carbohydrates
Station 19
Questions 37 and 38
Question 35: Bromothymol
blue turns what color in the
presence of carbon dioxide?
• A: Clear
• B: Blue
• C: Green
• D: Yellow
• E: Red
Question 36: What are the
products formed by lactate
fermentation (anaerobic
respiration)?
• A: Oxygen
• B: Carbon dioxide
• C: Lactic Acid
• D: Alcohol (ethanol)
• E: Water
Station 20
Questions 39 and 40
39. What phase of mitosis is this?
Interphase
40 What phase of mitosis is this?
metaphase
Station 21
Questions 41 and 42
• Question 41: DNA Replication happens in which one(s)?
• A: mitosis
• B: meiosis
• C: mitosis and meiosis
• D: metaphase 2
• Questions 42: What happens during the S phase of the cell cycle?
• A: Chromosomes are duplicated
• B: The cell grows and doubles it organelles
• C: The cell prepares for cell division
• D: The chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell
Station 22
Questions 43 and 44
43. What phase of meiosis is this?
Anaphase II
44. What phase of meiosis is this?
Anaphase I
Station 23
Questions 45 and 46
45. What phase of meiosis is this?
Metaphase I
46. What phase of meiosis is this?
Metaphase II
Station 24
Questions 47 and 48
45. What phase of meiosis is this?
Metaphase I
46. What phase of meiosis is this?
Metaphase II
Station 25
Questions 49 and 50
Question 49:
What substance (non-gas)
did the yeast give off
(product)?
A. Glucose
B. Alcohol
C. Sucrose
D. Starch
Question 50: In our
yeast experiment, what
gas were the peas
taking in?
A: carbon dioxide
B: water
C: oxygen
D: none of these
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