01: Phages are parasitic viruses in:

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02: The highest arterial blood pressure is registered in:

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03: Trypsin degrades:

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04: The prostate is:

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05: Vocal cords are located in the :

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6. The systemic circulation starts from the:

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7. Lipids are not entirely dissolved in:

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8. Polypeptide chains are:

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9. Nitrogen bases in DNA are:

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10. The cell nucleus:

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11. Albinism is a defect in the synthesis of:

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12. Mammals excrete sperm cells only during the process of:

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13. The oxidative degradation of organic substances is known as:

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14. Double membrane organelles are:

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15. Replication is the synthesis of:

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16. Kidneys are surrounded by:

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17. Which nitrogen base is not found in DNA

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18. The midbrain is involved in:

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19. During exocytosis the cell:

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20. The final urine does not contain:

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21. RNA is:

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22. Which cells have the largest nucleus?

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23. The peptide bond is:

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9. Progesterone is secreted from the:

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25. Polar bodies are formed in the course of:

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26. Pepsin is produced by the:

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27. The vein, which enters the liver, is called:

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27. Duplication is:

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29. The true organ of hearing is the:

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30. Glycogen is a reserve food material in:

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31. The eye lens is:

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32. The red blood cells are called:

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33. The epidermis is:

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34. The excretory organ is the:

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35. The myocardial contraction is known as:

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36. Facial bones are the:

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37. The triceps of the lower limb:

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38. The duodenum is the:

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39. Ribosomes:

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40. All biochemical reactions taking place within a cell are known as:

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41. The chromatin is a:

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42. Meiosis is typical of:

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43. Glycolysis is the process of degradation of:

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44. The bonds between phosphate residues in the molecule of АТР are:

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45. Transcription is a process of:

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46. The ear ossicles are located in the:

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47. The ovaries produce:

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48. The upper epidermal layer consists of:

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49. A person from blood group AB has:

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50. The temporal bones are part of the:

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51. The sphincter is a:

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52. Hormones are secreted in the:

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53. The floating ribs are:

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54. Which events take place in prophase?

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55. Translation is a process of:

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56. No nucleus is present in:

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57. Starch is a food reserve in the cells of:

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58. The intracellular digestion is performed by:

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59. The extracellular form of the virus is known as:

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60. The passage of ions through the cell membrane is known as:

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61. The retina contains:

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62. The trachea is built up of:

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63. Insulin is produced by the:

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64. The cardiac contraction is known as:

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65. The parietal bones are part of the:

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66. What is produced during replication?

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67. Phages are:

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68. Secretions are produced by:

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69. The monomers of proteins are:

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70. The main function of the Golgi complex is:

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71. Globular proteins:

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72. Bacteria are:

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73. A person with blood group A has on his erythrocytes:

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74. Catabolic processes:

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75. During metaphase chromosomes:

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76. The plasmid is:

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77. The flow of genetic information runs in the following direction

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78. At the end of the first meiotic division each chromosome consists of:

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79. Urine production takes place in the:

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80. Energy is provided in the cell by:

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81. Mineralcorticoid are produced in the:

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82. Ribosomes are found in:

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83. The zygote is:

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84. Which function is not typical of proteins?

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85. Amylase dissociates:

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86. Which statement is correct?

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87. Which is the outermost layer of the heart?

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88. A person with blood group type B has:

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89. Double membrane organelles are:

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90. The cell membrane is built up of:

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91. The tympanic cavity is connected to the throat via the Eustachian tube.

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92. Accommodation is a process of adaptation of the eye to color perception.

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93. The pancreas is a gland with both external and internal secretion.

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94. The epidermis is rich in blood vessels.

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95. The nephron participates in filtration, reabsorption and secretion.

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96. Amylase is a stomach enzyme that degrades proteins.

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97. The basic muscles participating in respiration are the intercostal muscles and the diaphragm.

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98. Blood transfusion could be performed with any blood type available.

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99. Phagocytosis is the transport of droplets inside the cell.

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100. Proteins are dissolved in alcohol to form colloidal solutions.

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101. Peroxisomes and ribosomes are DNA containing organelles.

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102. The nucleus is divided from the cytoplasm via a double membrane.

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103. The bile activates the enzyme amylase which breaks down carbohydrates.

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104. The second heart sound is systolic.

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105. The first cervical vertebra is called atlas and connects the spine to the skull.

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106. The sclera of the eyeball has a feeding function.

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107. The sclera of the eyeball has a feeding function.

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108. The sweat glands are situated within the muscular tissue.

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109. The epiphysis secretes the hormone melatonin.

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110. The ribs are flat bones.

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111. Amino acids are connected in polynucleotide chains.

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112. Translation takes place in ribosomes.

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113. Insulin is produced by the suprarenal glands.

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114. Insulin is produced by the suprarenal glands.

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115. The most characteristic feature of prokaryotic cells is the lack of nucleus.

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116. Amino acids recognize directly their corresponding codons on mRNA

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117. The human body is built by three basic tissue types.

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118. The viral capsid is a protein structure.

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119. Cell nucleus could function independently of the cytoplasm.

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120. The hypofunction of the pancreas results in diabetes mellitus.

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121. Prions are multicellular organisms causing mad cow disease.

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122. Proteins are produced in lysosomes.

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126. The pituitary gland is located in the cavity of the skull.

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127. The rib cage belongs to the bones of the trunk.

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128. Melanin is produced by the kidney.

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126. The pupil is situated in the central part of the iris.

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127. Bones are the active part of the locomotive system.

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128. Amino acids recognize their corresponding codons on mRNA via tRNAs.

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129. The bones of the trunk make up the vertebral column and the rib cage.

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130. The viral capsid is a lipid structure.

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131. Ribosomes are situated in the nucleus.

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132. The iris is situated behind the sclera and contains pigments.

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133. Anaerobic oxygenation produces a large amount of energy.

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134. The vestibular system is responsible for the body temperature.

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135. The central nervous system includes the spinal cord and the pituitary gland.

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136. The suprarenal glands are located in the cavity of the skull.

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137. The systemic circulation starts with the capillaries.

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138. The malpighian bodies are situated in the kidney.

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139. Muscles are the active part of the locomotive system

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140. Chromatin is composed of amino acids and chloroplasts.

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141. Adrenalin is produced by the suprarenal glands.

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142. The bacterial wall is a lipid structure.

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143. Mitochondria and plastids contain DNA.

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144. The sclera is a pigmented layer of the eye ball.

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145. The skeletal muscles have a body and a tendon.

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146. Proteins are produced as a result of transcription.

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147. The end products of the Krebs cycle are CO2, H2 and ATP.

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148. The gene is a portion of DNA responsible for the synthesis of either an RNA or a protein molecule.

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149. Hairs and nails are structures of the connective tissue.

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150. The interphase is characterized by coiling of chromatin fibers.

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151. tRNA transports ribosomes to the nucleus.

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152. Fibrinogen plays a major role in blood clotting.

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153. Lipids are dissolved in organic solutions.

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154. There are 14 pairs of ribs in the human body.

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155. Smooth muscle cells are oval in shape.

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156. The nephron is part of the digestive system.

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157. The acrosome contains enzymes facilitating fertilization.

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158.Bacteria are eukaryotic cells.

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159. Hairs and nails are connective tissue structures.

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160. Phagocytosis is the transport of particles outside the cell.

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161. Chromatin condensation starts in the prophase of cell division.

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162. Bones may be long, short and fat.

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163. The pleura covers the outer side of the lungs.

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01. The mass number and atomic number of the lithium atom are shown by the symbol 37Li. What is the correct symbol for the lithium ion in lithium chloride?

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02. In period 3 of the periodic table the atom with the largest atomic radius is located in group:

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03. Which molecule is a polar molecule?

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04. Which substance has a polar covalent bond between its atoms?

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05. The reaction is reversible and endothermic. Which conditions will give the largest yield of nitrogen dioxide?

Dinitrogen tetroxide, N2O4, breaks down into nitrogen dioxide, NO2. N2O4(g) ⇌ 2NO2(g)
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06. All of the factors listed below increase the rate of reaction CH3COOH + CH3OH except:

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07. Which of the following dilute solutions has the lowest pH?

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08. All of the following can act as Brønsted-Lowry acid (proton donors) in aqueous solution except: