Subject SAT (College Board) Biology: Questions 629 - 633 of 805

Access detailed explanations (illustrated with images and videos) to 805 questions. Access all new questions we will add tracking exam-pattern and syllabus changes. Unlimited Access for Unlimited Time! View Sample Explanation or View Features.

Rs. 400.00 or

How to register?

Question number: 629

» Mendel and Hereditary

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

One of the parents of a cross has a mutation in its mitochondria. In that cross, that parent is taken as a male. During segregation of F2 progenies that mutation is found in

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

fifty percent of the progenies

b.

no one of the progenies

c.

one-third of the progenies

d.

all the progenies

Question number: 630

» Mendel and Hereditary

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

In order to find out the different types of gametes produced by a pea plant having the genotype AaBb it should be crossed to a plant with the genotype

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

AaBb

b.

aaBB

c.

aabb

d.

AABB

Question number: 631

» Atoms and Compounds

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

Which fractions of the visible spectrum of solar radiations are primarily absorbed by carotenoids of the higher plants?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Violet and blue

b.

Blue and green

c.

Green and red

d.

Red and violet

Question number: 632

» Cell

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

Which of the following statements about the control of enzyme activity by phosphorylation is correct?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Enzyme control by phosphorylation is irreversible

b.

Phosphorylation of an enzyme results in a conformational change

c.

Phosphorylation of enzymes is carried out by phosphoprotein phosphatases

d.

Phosphorylation of enzymes only occurs at specific tyrosine residues

Question number: 633

» Mendel and Hereditary

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

Which contribute to the success of Mendel?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

His knowledge of biology

b.

Qualitative analysis of data

c.

Observation of distinct herited traits

d.

Consideration of one character at one time.

Developed by: