AP Biology: Exam Prep Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following is absent from a gymnosperm?

Question 2 2. John lives in a city next to the ocean where a river flows into it. Which of the following types of biomes BEST describes where John lives?

Question 3 3. Which of the following BEST describes the purpose of a centrosome in the mitotic spindle?

Question 4 4. The information in a strand of DNA is copied by which type of ribonucleic acid?

Question 5 5. The endosymbiosis theory argues which of the following about the evolutionary relationship among prokaryotic cells that respirate, photosynthesize, and are inactive?

Question 6 6. Which of the following feedback mechanisms would be classified as a positive feedback?

Question 7 7. A person lying with their eyes closed in a quiet room is doing crunches while keeping a calm and clear mind. Which of the following brain lobes would show the most activity?

Question 8 8. A scientific study is being conducted on the genetic variation in a population of mice that has not migrated, is very large, has only experience minor mutations, and mates randomly. Which of the following BEST explains why the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium can or cannot be used for this study?

Question 9 9. Two atoms, atom A and atom B, share an electron. Atom A possesses more of the shared electron than atom B. Which of the following types of bonds do the two atoms have?

Question 10 10. A duck lays a healthy egg. After two weeks, which of the following would a scientist find first directly inside the eggshell, working from the outside inwards?

Use this material to answer questions #11 through #13

This graph represents the blood glucose levels of four different species of cat over a period of 90 minutes after drinking a bowl of sugared milk. The red line represents species A, the yellow-orange line species B, the green line species C, and the blue line represents species D.


Graph of blood glucose levels over time

Question 11 11. Based on this chart, which of the following conclusions can be made about the blood glucose level of species D?

Use this material to answer questions #11 through #13

This graph represents the blood glucose levels of four different species of cat over a period of 90 minutes after drinking a bowl of sugared milk. The red line represents species A, the yellow-orange line species B, the green line species C, and the blue line represents species D.


Graph of blood glucose levels over time

Question 12 12. Based on this chart, which of the following is true about the blood glucose levels of all species at 110 minutes?

Use this material to answer questions #11 through #13

This graph represents the blood glucose levels of four different species of cat over a period of 90 minutes after drinking a bowl of sugared milk. The red line represents species A, the yellow-orange line species B, the green line species C, and the blue line represents species D.


Graph of blood glucose levels over time

Question 13 13. 65 minutes after drinking the sugared milk, which species of cat has the highest blood glucose level?

Question 14 14. Nuclear transfer is the process by which scientists can manipulate heritable information in an animal for which of the following purposes?

Question 15 15. A dog is walking through a grassy field and hears a gunshot echo, causing her to jump and run. Which of the following types of innate behavior BEST describes the dog's reaction?

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