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BIO102

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Which of these is not an example of mammals?

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The most important difference between Monocots and Dicots lies in their _________

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Protoplasmic materials in the nucleus are called __________

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Organisms are divided into autotrophs and __________

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The mammalian heart has ________ chambers

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You may acquire natural, active immunity to a disease if __________

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An organism that lives in or on other organism and depends on it for food and shelter is called ________

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Scorpion is an example of the class of arthropods called _________

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In pisces, fertilization is ________

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In the phylum echinodermata, fertilization is _______

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The three major types of skeletal materials are all of these except __________

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_________ are the flowering plants

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The body of Pisces is covered with __________

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_________ is that part of shoot modified for sexual reproduction

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________ is the conversion of foreign substances into harm less forms

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The body temperature of fishes varies with that of its surroundings, therefore it is a ________ blooded animal

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Protecting the body of the mollusca is a hard, calcareous substance called _________

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Amphibians have webbed feet use for _________

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________ is concerned with the relationships between organisms and their environment

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Which of the following are all present in animal cells?

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The substances produced by lymphocytes to combat bacterial cells are called _________

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Which of these is not part of the mammalian brain?

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Certain bacteria living in a human's large intestine help to produce vitamin K. This relationship is an example of _____________

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Amphibians have stout bodies with powerful hind legs for leaping and ________

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Which of the following is correct when man inhale?

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Examples of Protozoa include the following except _________

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_______ is an unwanted change in the biological, chemical or physical characteristics of air, land and water

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A type of response in which a part of a plant moves in response to a directional stimulus is called __________

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Clams is an example of the phylum ______

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In hot weather the urine becomes __________

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The phylum Mollusca uses gills for ________

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In the phylum echinoderms, fertilization is ________

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Aves have their bodies covered with ________

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Reptiles carry out gaseous exchange through their ________

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Salamander is an example of ________

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After a period of vigorous activity you would expect blood leaving a muscle to have ___________

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Which of the following substances would you not normally expect to find in a sample of urine?

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Aves has ________ chambered heart

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Lobsters is an example of the class of arthropods called ___________

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The body of Pisces is covered with _________

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The vertebral column is called _________

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A person whose blood group is AB can receive a blood transfusion from _________

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Crocodiles and Turtltes are examples of ________

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Backbone or vertebral column replaces the notochord in __________

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Which one of the following is not a characteristic of capillary blood vessels?

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Housefly is an example of the class arthropods called ________

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Sea lilies is an example of the class of echinoderms called ________

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Blood from the alimentary canal returns to the heart by way of _________

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Which one of the following structures is not part of the alimentary canal?

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Seed plants are divided into gymnosperms and _________

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