ETHC 210 Exam 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The Golgi apparatus is a cell organelle found in eukaryotes which is a site where sugars(carbohydrates) are attached to proteins.
  2. In many cases adult stem cells can be used in place of embryonic stem cells allowing the life of an embryo to be spared.
  3. Cytokinesis is generally defined as the division of the cell nucleus
  4. Which of the following is true about giant axon neuropathy?
  5. Genes are often discussed as the genetic make-up of an individual but we can also talk about them in populations. The genes in a population are collectively referred to as;
  6. A gene can be defined as a location of a DNA sequence which codes for a protein or part of a protein.
  7. Which of the following is true about the nucleolus?
  8. Cell cycle rate varies in different tissues at different times.
  9. There are now three domains of life based on three different cell types found in nature.
  10. In the last century, the 20th century, President Bill Clinton declared that which of the following centuries would be the century of biology?
  11. Stem cells renew tissues but are all lost in childhood.
  12. When chromosomes are reproduced and separated into a new nucleus during cell division of somatic cells this is called?
  13. The human exome; a.is constructed of over 20,000 protein coding genes.
  14. The tips of chromosomes are called telomeres.
  15. Its estimated that trillions of bacteria make up the human gut microbiome.
  16. Some companies are now offering to store regenerative blood stem cells for children once they are born. These cells come from the;
  17. There is only one source of stem cells in the human body.
  18. Some intermediate filaments are made of keratin.
  19. The microbiome is;
  20. There are more than 290 specialized cell types in the human body.
  21. Polydactyly is a condition which leads to extra fingers and toes.
  22. Metagenomics involves the study of the DNA of all organisms within an ecosystem.
  23. Which of the following is true about phospholipids?
  24. Which of the following is the most accurate definition of the term “genome.”
  25. The part of the genome which encodes for protein is called;

Set 2

  1. Genes are often discussed as the genetic make-up pf an individual but we can also talk about them in populations. The genes in a population are collectively referred to as;
  2. The two long strands of identical chromosomal material in a replicated chromosome are called?
  3. Which of the following is true about somatic cells;
  4. There is only one source of stem cells in the human body.
  5. Stem cells renew tissues but are all lost in childhood.
  6. Which of the following is true about phospholipids?
  7. Which of the following is the most accurate definition of the term “genome.”
  8. Metagenomics involves the study of the DNA of all organisms within an ecosystem.
  9. Some companies are now offering to store regenerative blood stem cells for children once they are born. These cells come from the;
  10. The human somatic cell has 23 pairs of chromosomes.
  11. Which of the following is true about cystic fibrosis?
  12. Polydactyly is a condition which leads to extra fingers and toes.
  13. When chromosomes are reproduced and separated into a new nucleus during cell division of somatic cells this is called?
  14. There are more than 290 specialized cell types in the human body.
  15. There are now three domains of life based on three different cell types found in nature.
  16. Which of the following is true about the nucleolus?
  17. The tips of chromosomes are called telomeres.
  18. The human DNA is constructed of;
  19. Some intermediate filaments are made of keratin.
  20. It is estimated that trillions of bacteria make up the human gut microbiome.
  21. Interphase is part of the cell cycle.
  22. The Golgi apparatus is a cell organelle found in eukaryotes which is a site where sugars (carbohydrates) are attached to proteins.
  23. The microbiome is;
  24. The human exome; a.is constructed of over 20,000 protein coding genes.
  25. The part of the genome which encodes for protein is called;