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Ch 2 test 2016 VZ

Chapter 2 Test
1. Suppose you discover a new organism. Regardless of what it is, you can say with confidence that
it is made of at least one
a. virus.
b. cell.
c. tissue.
d. organ.
2. When a cell stops using energy, it _____.
a. grows
b. hibernates
c. reproduces
d. dies
3. Scientists estimate that the human body is made up of about _____ cells.
a. 60 thousand
b. 60 million
c. 60 billion
d. 60 trillion
4. Who was the English scientist to first use the word ​cell​?
a. Isaac Newton
b. Robert Hooke
c. Robert Boyle
d. Carolus Linnaeus
5. Which of the following does ​not​ belong with the other three?
a. enzyme
b. carbohydrate
c. lipid
d. nucleic acid
6. ​Cellulose​ is to ​carbohydrate​ as ​DNA​ is to
a. ​protein​.
b. ​RNA​.
c. ​nucleic acid.​
d. ​enzyme​.
7. DNA is an example of a
a. nucleotide.
b. nucleic acid.
c. lipid.
d. carbohydrate.
8. What contains the coded instructions for an organism?
a. DNA
b. lipids
c. amino acids
d. proteins
9. What is the process of observing some individuals in a group to draw conclusions about all
individuals in that group?
a. generalization
b. specialization
c. speciation
d. discrimination
10. Which of the following goes from largest group to smallest group?
a. family, order, class
b. class, order, family
c. order, class, family
d. family, class, order
11. Organisms are classified according to their _____.
a. habitats
b. physical characteristics
c. size
d. diet
12. Lions and tigers can produce offspring together, but they are considered different species. What
should a Christian think about this?
a. They are all members of one biblical kind, so they should all be placed in one species.
b. They must be members of different biblical kinds since they are in different species.
c. They are all members of one biblical kind, but they do not have to be placed in one
d. This is a problem that has not yet been solved.
13. Animals can respond to conditions around them, but some organisms, such as plants, cannot.
a. True
b. False
14. Reproduction is a characteristic of both cells and organisms.
a. True
b. False
15. Lipids are an important part of cell membranes.
a. True
b. False
16. Bubble letter A
17. Another name for a fat is _____.
a. saturated
b. unsaturated
c. lipid
d. nucleic acid
18. What two classification levels are found in ​every scientific name?
a. kingdom, phylum
b. class, order
c. kingdom, species
d. genus, species
19. What language are all scientific names written in?
a. Hebrew
b. Latin
c. Greek
d. English
20. Dogs and coyotes are different species, but since they can mate and produce offspring that can
reproduce, they are of the same _____.
a. Genus, species
b. order
c. Biblical kind
d. supspecies
21. The characteristics of life include _____. (Select all that apply.)
a. reproduction
b. growth
c. the ability to use energy
d. response to the environment
e. all of the above
Match the following with the correct answer choice. Answers will be used only once.
___ 22. a complete living thing
a. cytoplasm
___ 23. the successive stages of life
b. organism
___ 24. ends an organism’s life cycle
c. energy
___ 25. jelly-like material inside a cell d. unicellular
___ 26. containing carbon
e. death
___ 27. made of only one cell
ab. organic
___ 28. the ability to do work
bc. life cycle
Match each type of organic molecule with the term it fits best.
___ 29. carbohydrate
___ 30. protein
___ 31. nucleic acid
a. amino acid
b. nucleotide
c. glucose
32. Place the classification levels in order from largest to smallest. Write this on the bottom portion
of the answer sheet in the white area.