Natural Sciences for Teachers: Professional Development Final Exam

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Question 1 1. During this step, the nuclear membrane breaks down.

Question 2 2. In a transformer, the ratio between the primary voltage and the secondary voltage is equal to:

Question 3 3. How do large proteins enter the cell?

Question 4 4. This part of the brain is considered to be the relay station for sensory information to the cerebral cortex.

Question 5 5. Most post-modern and industrialized societies have steady fertility and mortality rates. Countries at this point are considered to be in:

Question 6 6. Which of the following functions is controlled by the autonomic nervous system?

Question 7 7. Which of the following is true about nonpolar covalent bonds?

Question 8 8. What is a singularity?

Question 9 9. Which of the following is typically NOT a benefit of a social system?

Question 10 10. How many nucleotide bases make up a codon?

Question 11 11. Does the Law of Energy Conservation apply to machines?

Question 12 12. Which of the following is the best definition for space contraction?

Question 13 13. How many G3P molecules exit the Calvin Cycle to form glucose?

Question 14 14. If Atom #1 has 19 protons and 22 neutrons, and Atom #2 has 20 protons and 22 neutrons, are these isotopes of the same element?

Question 15 15. The three parts of a fully formed sperm are the:

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