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Essentials of Biology, Edition 2,
Author Mader, Sylvia S.
Test Bank Samples

Note: THIS IS NOT THE ACTUAL BOOK.

Source: lab manual to accompany essentials of biology Test bank
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Test Bank
There are +50 questions from Chapter 2. This sample contains only a fraction of
all questions from Chapter 2.


Part of Chapter 2: The Chemical Basis of Life


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41. Engineers design city sidewalks using blocks of concrete separated by a small gap to prevent them
from cracking. What property of water is being taken into account for this design? Water
A. is a good solvent.
B. is less dense when it is frozen.
C. is cohesive.
D. is resistant to temperature changes.
E. has a high heat capacity.
Water expands as it freezes. Due to the hydrogen bonding of water molecules when water freezes, air is
trapped between molecules. This will cause the water to occupy more space when frozen. The gap in the
sidewalks helps to accommodate for this expansion.


Difficulty: Apply/Analyze
Section: 2.2
Topic: Chemistry
Type: Multiple Choice

42. An atom with a neutral charge has
A. equal numbers of neutrons and electrons.
B. more neutrons making it more neutral.
C. the same number of protons and neutrons.
D. equal numbers of protons and electrons.
E. more protons than it does electrons.
The number of protons an element has is called the atomic number. In a neutral atom, there are the same
number of protons and electrons, while the number of neutrons can vary creating what are known as
isotopes.


Difficulty: Remember/Understand
Section: 2.1
Topic: Chemistry
Type: Multiple Choice

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43. The atomic structure of water satisfies the octet rule by
A. having electrons shared between the two oxygen atoms.
B. having electrons from hydrogen transferred to the oxygen atom.
C. having electrons from oxygen transferred to the hydrogen atoms.
D. having oxygen share electrons with two hydrogen atoms.
E. having electrons shared between the two hydrogen atoms.
Two hydrogen atoms share their lone electrons by way of a covalent bond with an oxygen atom. By this
sharing, oxygen completes its octet, and hydrogen atoms outer shell is complete with two electrons.


Difficulty: Remember/Understand
Section: 2.1
Topic: Chemistry
Type: Multiple Choice

44. Which of the following would not be a valuable use for radioactive isotopes?
A. carbon-14 dating
B. destroying abnormal cells as a type of cancer treatment
C. tracing the path of various chemicals in the body for imaging
D. determining the age of biological specimens
E. damaging DNA of healthy cells.
Radioactive isotopes are important in biology and medicine. They can be used to trace molecular changes,
destroy abnormal cells, and play a significant role in the ability to determine the age of biological
specimens. Their danger comes in their unmonitored release into the environment where they can make
changes in cells, damage DNA, cause cancer, or at their worst be lethal.


Difficulty: Apply/Analyze
Figure: 2.4, 2.5
Section: 2.1
Topic: Chemistry
Type: Multiple Choice

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45. In the reaction 6CO2 + 6H2O C6H12O6 + 6O2 carbon dioxide is one of the _______.
A. reactants
B. products
C. enzymes
D. elements
E. catalysts
The reactants are the molecules that participate in the reaction and are shown on the left side of the
reaction arrow. The products are the molecules that are formed by the reaction and are shown on the right.


Difficulty: Remember/Understand
Section: 2.1
Topic: Chemistry
Type: Multiple Choice




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