Subject SAT (College Board) Biology: Questions 7 - 11 of 805

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Question number: 7

» Behavior and Ecology

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What you can infer from the below presented graphs?

Grapg represents the population

Grapg Represents the Population

Grapg represents the population

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Y- High birthrate, Adults rapidly die off, It seems to be a typical country like Kenya

b.

X- High birthrate, Population is increasing, It seem to be of a developing nations

c.

X- Having all age groups well represented, The birth rate is moderate and indicates slow growth

d.

Z- Low birthrate, More adult than children, It seems to be decreasing

Question number: 8

» Structure and Function

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In humans, cleavage begins in the

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Oviduct

b.

Uterus

c.

Vagina

d.

Ovary

Question number: 9

» Cell

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Which enzyme would the microbes in the gut of a termite need to have in order to metabolize the cell walls of the wood that termites eat?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Esterase

b.

Cellulase

c.

Trypsin

d.

Protease

Question number: 10

» Atoms and Compounds

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In the reaction rate versus substrate concentration graph below, the curve plateaus because

The reaction rate versus substrate concentration graph

The Reaction Rate Versus Substrate Concentration Graph

The reaction rate versus substrate concentration graph

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Choice (4) Response

a.

A competitive inhibitor is present.

b.

The cofactor is locked in an inactive conformation.

c.

A non-competitive inhibitor is present.

d.

The active site is saturated with substrate.

Question number: 11

» Structure and Function

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In myelinated neurons, impulse jumps from node to node. This is called

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Transmitter nodes

b.

Nodes of Ranvier

c.

Synapse

d.

Nodes of impulse transfer

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