GS102 Introduction to Life Science Week 1 Quiz Answers

 GS102 Introduction to Life Science  Week 1 Quiz Answers

GS102 Week 1 Quiz (Grantham)

  1. What is the term that describes the study of the relationship between living things and components of their environment?
  2. The units of inheritance are
  3. Which of the following concepts best describes the wide variety of dog species we observe, ranging from the domesticated golden retriever or the basset hound, to the wild dogs of Africa, to foxes?
  4. Which of the following is considered to be the most basic living unit?
  5. Organisms that undergo asexual reproduction
  6. Characteristics usually associated with life include all of the following except:
  7. All the living organisms in a particular area at a particular time make up a
  8. Scientists have found that ancient fossils
  9. The scientific name for the black-footed ferret is Mustela nigripes. The name Mustela indicates the _____________________ to which the organisms belongs.
  10. When examining the hierarchy of life, which of the following terms is most inclusive?
  11. Which list is organized from smallest to largest level of organization of life?
  12. Organisms that have descended from the same initial group and have the ability to interbreed belong to the same
  13. Young multicelled organisms usually start out small, then grow in size, and increase in complexity. This process is called:
  14. Fungi are classified into which domain?
  15. The first step in the scientific method is to
  16. The simplest entity that exhibits all of the properties of life is called a(n)
  17. If an ecologist is studying the cycling of carbon through a particular environment (which involes the movement of carbon through living things as well as through rock, air, and water), the scientist is studying at what level of ecology?
  18. Which of the following includes Highest levels of hierarchy
  19. In populations, adaptation usually arises through
  20. To maintain order within their cells and organs, all living things must