ATI TEAS 7 Practice Questions and Answers 2 (Latest 2023)
Chemical bonding –
Uses electrons that are closest to the nucleus of the atoms bonding
Alway... [Show More] s uses electrons from only of the atoms involved
Uses the valence electrons of all the atoms involved
Uses all the electrons in all atoms involved d.
Which of the following would have the most dramatic effect in changing the reaction rate?
Decreasing the temperature by two-fold
Decreasing the activation energy by three-fold
Increasing the pressure by two-fold c.
d. Decreasing the concentration of reactants by two-fold
Group one in the periodic table has valence electrons and is reactive than Group two. a. Zero; more
d. One; more
Enzymes are created from amino acid chains. As such, what might prevent the action of an enzyme?
A pH close to 7
A high temperature
The lack of hydrogen ions in solution
A lack of ATP in the cell
If a scientists want to determine the rate at which an enzyme works, what could he or she
The rate at which the enzyme is degraded
The rate at which the product disappears
The rate at which the reactants disappear d. The rate at which the products appears
The rate of a chemical reaction depends on all of the following except
d. Amount of
Which of the answer choices provided best defines the following statement?
For a given mass and constant temperature, an inverse relationship exists between the volume and pressure of a gas?
Ideal Gas Law
a. Integral membrane proteins in the plasma membrane
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are similar in having which of the following?
Presence of a nucleus
Blood cells that are responsible for transportation of oxygen are called
s c. Erythrocytes d. Plasma cells
What is another name for the Adam’s Apple?
a. Vocal box
When exhaling, the diaphragm
Moves down and in
Stays in the same position
12)Which of the following correctly lists the cellular hierarchy from the simplest to most complex structure?
Tissue, cell, organ, organ system, organism
Organism, organ system, organ, tissue, cell
Organ system, organism, organ, tissue, cell d. Cell, tissue, organ, organ system,
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