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HESI A2 BIOLOGY (100 Questions and Answers)From the Test v1 & v2
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. Which movement requires carrier protein but noo direct cellular energy? Facilitated transport 2. Which term denotes the movement of glucose molecules from an area of lower concentration to an area of higher concentration? Active transport 3. Plasmolysis is a term describing? Cellular shrinkage, which occurs when cells are immersed in hypertonic solurion 4. The movement of substances from lesser concentration to higher concentration is called? Active transport 5. Which particular stru...

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Biology How many chromosomes do sperm and egg produce in meiosisis? 23 how many chromosomes do sperm and egg produce inmitosis? 46 What helps the cells shape and cell to adapt? cytoskeleton What gives the cell the ability to move and proper? microtubules What is the main component of blood plasma? water What is the first step in metabolism of food to cellular energy? glycolysis What drives the cell/ pushes it forward? propulsion All humans have how many pairs of chromosomes...

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HESI A2 BIOLOGY EXAM 2020 1. Which movement requires carrier protein but noo direct cellular energy? Facilitated transport 2. Which term denotes the movement of glucose molecules from an area of lower concentration to an area of higher concentreation? Active transport 3. Plasmolysis is a term describing? Cellular shrinkage, which occurs when cells are immersed in hypertonic solurion 4. The movement of substances from lesser concentration to higher concentration is called? Active transp...

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ATI TEAS 6 EXAM STUDY GUIDE Science Cell  Cell: basic organizational unit of all living things. One thing in common is they all have membranes (phospholipids).  Cell structure organization: All cells contain DNA, and RNA & can synthesize proteins. Consists of nucleic acids, cytoplasm, and cell membrane. o Tissues: Cells that are grouped together o Organs: Tissues that are grouped together o Systems: Organs that are grouped together o Organism: A complete individual  Nuclea...

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Actual Biology Practice Test HESI A2 Exam 1. Which of these is not a part of the body’s chemical defense system against infection? a) Agranulocyte b) Urine c) Hydrochloric acid d) Lysozyme The correct answer is: Agranulocyte Explanation: Agranulocytes are a type of white blood cell and therefore are not a part of the body’s chemical defense system. 2. Which of these is considered an example of naturally acquired passive immunity? a) Attenuated (live) vaccine injection b)...

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ATI TEAS 6 EXAM STUDY GUIDECell: basic organizational unit of all living things. One thing in common is they all have membranes (phospholipids). ? Cell structure organization: All cells contain DNA, and RNA & can synthesize proteins. Consists of nucleic acids, cytoplasm, and cell membrane. o Tissues: Cells that are grouped together o Organs: Tissues that are grouped together o Systems: Organs that are grouped together o Organism: A complete individual ? Nuclear parts of a cell o Nucleus: contain...

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SCIENCE TEAS TEST 6, 80 ANSWERED QUESTIONS + STUDY GUIDE (2021)
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SCIENCE TEAS TEST 6 1) Pulmonary artery transports deoxygenated blood pumped from the right ventricle of the heart to lungs while Pulmonary veins delivers oxygenated blood from lungs to left atrium. 1) This is the mass of tissue from the sternum to the vertebral column between the lungs. 2) this is the layer that protects the heart. 3) to which side of the body is the apex pointed? 4) which of the following consists of inelastic dense irregular connective tissue? 5) this is used to reduce the fr...

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test-bank concepts-genetics-3rd-brooker test-bank concepts-genetics-3rd-brooker Concepts of Genetics, 3e (Brooker) Chapter 2 Reproduction and Chromosome Transmission 1) Select traits associated with prokaryotic cells. Check all that apply. A) Genetic information is contained within a nucleoid region. B) Genetic material is organized as a single circular chromosome. C) They have a cell wall surrounding their plasma membrane. D) They have membrane-bound organelles in their cytoplasm. An...

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TI TEAS 6 - SCIENCE HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (A+ STUDY GUIDE) - Hierarchy of Structures Lowest Hierarchy level is atOrganelles within a cell. They obtain energy from food and reproduction. -Cells with the same function are collected into larger groups calledTissues. -Tissues are collected intoOrgans, carry out single task, like oxygenated blood (lungs), or filter out waste (kidneys). -Organs work together in systems that perform coordinated large-scale functions, likenourishing the bod...

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