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1.
____________ is an end product of digestion of fat.
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A.
Glucose
B.
Fatty acid
C.
Amino acid
D.
Fructose
E.
Galactose

2.
Asexual reproduction in Hydra sp. is commonly by ____
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A.
Binary fission
B.
Fragmentation
C.
Budding
D.
Separation
E.
Regeneration

3.
Benedict's solution is used to test for ___
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A.
Carbohydrate
B.
Lipid
C.
Protein
D.
Vitamins
E.
Minerals

4.
Pepsin is an enzyme that digests ___
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A.
Starch
B.
Sugar
C.
Lipid
D.
Fat
E.
Protein

5.
The breakdown of large organic molecules into smaller simpler soluble molecules is called ----
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A.
Excretion
B.
Digestion
C.
Absorption
D.
Reproduction
E.
Ingestion

6.
The enzyme that curdles milk is_____________
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A.
Pepsin
B.
Ptyalin
C.
Renin
D.
Amylase
E.
Trypsin

7.
Which is the enzyme that begins digestion of starch in the mouth?
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A.
Ptyalin
B.
Maltase
C.
Amylase
D.
Sucrase
E.
Lactase

8.
A group of interacting populations in a particular habitat can be described as ___
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A.
biome
B.
biosphere
C.
community
D.
population ecosystem
E.
environment.

9.
A habitat can be defined as ___
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A.
a group of animals and plants living within a common boundary.
B.
a place in which plants and animals live.
C.
a community living together in the same place.
D.
different areas, with a common animal and plant population.
E.
None of the above.

10.
A symbiotic relationship in which one organism is completely dependent on another organism is called ____
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A.
Parasitism
B.
Commensalisms
C.
Mutualism
D.
Saprophytism
E.
Competition

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