1. What is recombinant DNA?
- DNA that "sticks" together two pieces of new DNA.
- DNA that has been taken out of one species and inserted into another.
- DNA from the nucleus of the surrogate mother of a cloned animal.
- Gene DNA that codes for a specific characteristic.
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2. Where are pollen grains produced?
- In the ovaries of the ovules.
- In the anthers of the stamens.
- In the ovules of the ovaries.
- In the stamens of the anthers.
3. What is the function of the cornea?
- Refracts to make the light fall directly onto the fovea.
- Traduces light energy into electrical energy using rods and cones.
- Transparent, lets light through, slightly refracts light.
- Controls the amount of light entering the eye.
4. How can a runner produce asexually?
- As the plant grows, some part breaks away and touches the ground, growing into a new plant.
- Pollen is transferred from the male anther to the female stigma by wind or insects.
- Seed tips are removed and placed in a solution encouraging root growth and growing into new plants.
- Seeds are dispersed by wind, water, or animals.
5. What is the greenhouse effect?
- Radiation by the sun is absorbed by the greenhouse gases and does not emit back onto earth properly.
- Some long wave radiation from the sun is absorbed by greenhouse gases and emitted back onto earth.
- The ozone layer is destroyed by the toxic greenhouse gases.
- Some short wave radiation from the sun is absorbed by greenhouse gases and emitted back onto earth.