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  CHAPTER 3  –   Defining Life and Its Origins   Test Bank For Biology Exploring the Diversity of Life 2nd Edition by Russell and Hertz   Link download full:https://testbankservice.com/download/test-bank-for-biology-exploring-the-diversity-of-life-2nd-edition-by-russell-and-hertz   MULTIPLE CHOICE   1.   If a warmed flask of water is analogous to the Miller   –  Urey experiment, which of the following is analogous to primordial Earth? a.   a strongly reducing atmosphere  b.   lightning c.   a primeval sea d.   water vapour ANS:   C   PTS:   1   DIF:   TOP: 3.2 THE CHEMICAL ORIGINS OF LIFE   Moderate REF: p. 42   BLM: Understanding   2.   Which of the following would you take into account if you wanted to define viruses? a.   Viruses are between the biotic and abiotic worlds.  b.   Viruses are able to live outside of a host organism. c.   Viruses are able to synthesize their own proteins. d.   Viruses are able to remain unchanged. ANS:   A   PTS:   TOP: 3.1 WHAT IS LIFE?   1   DIF:   BLM:   Moderate Analysis   REF: p. 51   3.   Why do living organisms have the potential for errors (mutations and/or variations) to occur in their development? a.   so that organisms may contribute to evolution  b.   so that organisms may live unchanged c.   so that organisms may die unchanged d.   so that organisms may contribute to reproduction ANS:   A   PTS:   TOP: 3.1 WHAT IS LIFE?      1   DIF:   BLM:   Moderate Application   REF: p. 51    4.   Which of the following describes the order of emergence of various organisms on Earth? a.   land plants, first prokaryotes, animals, first eukaryotes, humans  b.   first prokaryotes, first eukaryotes, animals, land plants, humans c.   animals, first prokaryotes, first eukaryotes, land plants, humans d.   humans, animals, land plants, first eukaryotes, first prokaryotes ANS:   B   PTS:   1   DIF:   TOP: 3.2 THE CHEMICAL ORIGINS OF LIFE   Moderate REF: p. 53   BLM: Synthesis   5.   How old is Earth? a.   about 4.6 million years  b.   about 3.6 billion years c.   about 4.6 billion years d.   about 1 billion years ANS:   C   PTS:   1   DIF:   TOP: 3.2 THE CHEMICAL ORIGINS OF LIFE   Easy REF: p. 53   BLM: Knowledge   6.   Which of the following factors is the most important requirement in order for life to emerge? a.   the presence of liquid water  b.   the presence of air c.   the presence of soil d.   the presence of sunlight ANS:   A   PTS:   1   DIF:   TOP: 3.2 THE CHEMICAL ORIGINS OF LIFE   Moderate REF: p. 54   BLM: Analysis   7.   In the 1920s Aleksander Oparin and John Haldane each made independent  proposals about the formation of life on Earth. What did they say about essential organic molecules? a.   that these could not have been made in the absence of life in the conditions on primordial Earth  b.   that these could have been made in the presence of life only in the conditions on primordial Earth c.   that these could have been made in the absence of life only in the conditions on primordial Earth d.   that these could have been made in the absence of life only in the  conditions on modern Earth   ANS:   C   PTS:   1   DIF:   TOP: 3.2 THE CHEMICAL ORIGINS OF LIFE   Difficult   REF: p. 55   BLM: Knowledge   8.   Alexander Oparin and John Haldane postulated that the early atmosphere was a reducing atmosphere. Why was this prediction an important one? a.    because the molecules contain the maximum possible number of  protons that can be easily donated in reactions that lead to synthesis of complex molecules  b.    because the molecules contain the minimum possible number of electrons that can be easily donated in reactions that lead to synthesis of complex molecules c.    because the molecules contain the maximum possible number of  protons that can be easily accepted in reactions that lead to synthesis of complex molecules d.    because the molecules contain the maximum possible number of electrons that can be easily donated in reactions that lead to synthesis of complex molecules ANS:   D   PTS:   1   DIF:   TOP: 3.2 THE CHEMICAL ORIGINS OF LIFE   Difficult   REF: p. 55   BLM: Comprehension   9.   What is the importance of the Miller-Urey experiment? a.   It showed that molecules crucial to life could be produced biotically.  b.   It showed that molecules crucial to life could be produced abiotically. c.   It showed that unimportant molecules could be produced biotically. d.   It showed that unimportant molecules could be produced abiotically. ANS:   B   PTS:   1   DIF:   TOP: 3.2 THE CHEMICAL ORIGINS OF LIFE   Easy REF: p. 55   BLM: Comprehension   10.   If an electrode is analogous to the Miller   –  Urey experiment, which of the following is analogous to primordial Earth? a.   water vapour  b.   a strongly reducing atmosphere c.   lightning d.   a primeval sea
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