Subject SAT (College Board) Biology: Questions 372 - 376 of 805

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Question number: 372

» Atoms and Compounds

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Ubiquitous element on this planet that forms the basis for all living things is

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Nitrogen

b.

Oxygen

c.

Carbon

d.

Hydrogen

Question number: 373

» DNA and Evolution

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Bacteriophage releases lysozyme at

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a.

Eclipse phase

b.

Penetration phase

c.

Maturation phase

d.

Absorption phase

Question number: 374

» Cell

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The recognition sequence is at times palindromic in nature. Which of the following statements is correct in respect to it?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

When the molecules are cleaved by the same enzyme and the recognition sequence is palindromic in nature, there is no effect on annealing

b.

The term ‘palindromic’ can be used whether the sequence is read from 5’ to 3’ or 3’ to 5’

c.

The molecules which are cut by the same enzyme, anneal only if the sequence is palindromic in nature

d.

There are increased chances of annealing if the recognition sequence is palindromic in nature

Question number: 375

» Organism and Population

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Larva of Bombyx mori is

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a.

Coccon

b.

Caterpillar

c.

Nymph

d.

Trochophore

Question number: 376

» Atoms and Compounds

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Complete the following sentence: ‘Different isotopes of the same element have…

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Choice (4) Response

a.

The same number of neutrons, but differing numbers of protons and electrons

b.

The same number of protons and neutrons, but differing numbers of electrons

c.

The same number of protons and electrons, but differing numbers of neutrons

d.

The same number of protons, but differing numbers of neutrons and electrons

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