3º ESO. LIFE ORGANITATION
  • 1. Which is the activity of the living beings
A) none of them
B) reproduction
C) nutrition
D) relation
E) all of them
  • 2. Living beings form part of the
A) moon
B) none of them
C) ecosystem
D) human beings
E) rocks
  • 3. Why do we dream?
A) to organise all the information that we have received during the day
B) to rest our body, but not our mind
C) to obtain sustances that we need for living
D) none of them
E) to communicate with other people
  • 4. Nutrition
A) the period between birth and dead
B) to have new descendants, new life beings
C) to obtain the material and energy we need for living
D) the smallest basic unit of a living beings
E) to communicate with others or react to each other
  • 5. Interaction
A) to communicate with others or react to each other
B) to obtain the material and energy we need for living
C) the period between birth and dead
D) the smallest basic unit of a living beings
E) to have new descendants, new life beings
  • 6. Reproduction
A) to have new descendants, new life beings
B) the period between birth and dead
C) to obtain the material and energy we need for living
D) the smallest basic unit of a living beings
E) to communicate with others or react to each other
  • 7. Cell
A) to communicate with others or react to each other
B) to have new descendants, new life beings
C) to obtain the material and energy we need for living
D) the smallest basic unit of a living beings
E) the period between birth and dead
  • 8. Life
A) the smallest basic unit of a living beings
B) to obtain the material and energy we need for living
C) to communicate with others or react to each other
D) to have new descendants, new life beings
E) the period between birth and dead
  • 9. Levels of organitation: atom, molecule, ____________, organelle, cell, tissue
A) system
B) none of them
C) organism
D) organ
E) macromolecule
  • 10. Levels of organitation: atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, _____, tissue
A) system
B) cell
C) organism
D) organ
E) none of them
  • 11. Levels of organitation: cell, tissue, ______, system, organism
A) none of them
B) organ
C) molecule
D) system
E) atom
  • 12. Order of the levels of organization:
A) atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, cell, tissue, cell, tissue, organ, system, organism
B) atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, tissue, cell, tissue, organ, cell, system, organism
C) none of them
D) molecule, macromolecule, organelle, cell, tissue, cell, tissue, atom, organ, system, organism
E) atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, tissue, cell, system, organism
  • 13. The life is based on the atom
A) N
B) Au
C) H
D) C
E) none of them
  • 14. The atom __ has 4 links
A) N
B) H
C) none of them
D) O
E) C
  • 15. The atom __ has 3 links
A) H
B) O
C) C
D) none of them
E) N
  • 16. The atom __ has 2 links
A) none of them
B) O
C) C
D) H
E) N
  • 17. The atom __ has 1 link
A) O
B) H
C) none of them
D) C
E) N
  • 18. Most of the atoms into a life beings are
A) F, H ,Mg, Pb
B) H, N, Be, F
C) Au, H, Fe, H
D) none of them
E) N, C, O, H
  • 19. Attack a cell, introducing its genetic code, and then the cell produces the different parts of it
A) organ
B) none of them
C) macromolecule
D) bacteria
E) virus
  • 20. You change your own skin every
A) two weeks
B) none of them
C) two months
D) two years
E) two days
  • 21. How many cells have the human body?
A) aprox. 600000000000000000000
B) aprox. 37 billions of cells
C) aprox. 220 billions
D) aprox. 1000
E) none of them
  • 22. How many organs has a human body?
A) none of them
B) 78 organs, 5 of them are vitals
C) 50 organs, all of them all vitals
D) 20 organs, none of them are vital
E) 34 organs, all of them are vital
  • 23. It is a organ of the human body
A) liver
B) heart
C) all of them
D) lungs
E) kidneys
  • 24. Organ of the digestive system
A) trachea
B) pancreas
C) tongue
D) lungs
E) diaphragm
  • 25. Organ of the muscular system
A) liver
B) mouth
C) Ileum
D) trachea
E) biceps
  • 26. Organ of the respiratory system
A) stomach
B) ligaments
C) brain
D) liver
E) lungs
  • 27. Organ of the urinary system
A) testes
B) ovaries
C) uretes
D) penis
E) pancreas
  • 28. Organ of the female reproductive system
A) pineal gland
B) uterus
C) scrotum
D) liver
E) prostate
  • 29. Organ of the male reproductive system
A) prostate
B) uterus
C) liver
D) scrotum
E) pineal gland
  • 30. Organ of the endocrine system
A) pancreas
B) prostate
C) ovaries
D) ligaments
E) uterus
  • 31. Organ of the circulatory system
A) stomach
B) uterus
C) heart
D) liver
E) pancreas
  • 32. Organ of the nervous system
A) cerebrum
B) spinal cord
C) none of them
D) cerebellum
E) all of them
  • 33. Sensory organ of the human body
A) retina
B) eye
C) ear
D) all of them
E) inner ear
  • 34. How many mature ovocites a woman has?
A) aprox. 300 to 4000
B) aprox. 5000
C) aprox. 15
D) aprox. 450 to 500
E) aprox. 220000000
  • 35. ______________ are low molecular weight compounds that can bind to other small molecules (either the same or different) to form long chain macromolecules commonly known as polymers.
A) nucleic acids
B) polymers
C) proteins
D) fat
E) monomers
  • 36. Lipids
A) proteins
B) a type of sugar
C) DNA
D) fat
E) RNA
  • 37. _______ are perfect parasites. It has been known for decades that once a virus gets inside a cell, it hijacks the cellular processes to produce virally encoded protein that will replicate the virus’s genetic material.
A) monomers
B) Viruses
C) Bacteries
D) polymers
E) Lipids
  • 38. Every night, when we go to sleep, we grow aproximately__________, but we lose them the next morning when we awake.
A) 2 cm
B) 2 metres
C) 15 cm
D) 1 mm
E) 2 mm
  • 39. All the cells use only one type of sugar to take energy, it is_________
A) galactose
B) fructose
C) maltose
D) ATP
E) glucose
  • 40. There is a molecule that is used to traspass energy from one cell to others, and for acumulating energy into the mitochondria, it is
A) ATP
B) fructose
C) galactose
D) maltose
E) glucose
  • 41. What is the function of a life being?
A) none of the others
B) relationship
C) All of them
D) nutrition
E) reproduction
  • 42. _________ belong to the respiratory system
A) lungs
B) heart
C) kidney
D) bladder
E) rectum
  • 43. _________ belong to the circulatory system
A) bladder
B) rectum
C) heart
D) lungs
E) kidney
  • 44. _________ belong to the excretory system
A) lungs
B) diaphram
C) kidney
D) heart
E) stomach
  • 45. _________ belong to the digestive system
A) stomach
B) heart
C) diaphram
D) lungs
E) kidney
  • 46. _________ belong to the digestive system
A) lungs
B) heart
C) liver
D) kidney
E) diaphram
  • 47. What illness do you have if the symptoms are: nausea, vomiting, abdominal pai, decrease appetite?
A) heart attack
B) allergies
C) a broken leg
D) diabetes
E) appendicitis
  • 48. What illness do you have if the symptoms are: red ayes, itchy rush, difficulty to breath ?
A) diabetes
B) appendicitis
C) heart attack
D) a broken arm
E) allergies
  • 49. What illness do you have if the symptoms are: you are always hungry, you want to eat very sweet food, your sugar amount on blood change a lot, you can loose toes or legs, you can get blind?
A) allergies
B) heart attack
C) diabetes
D) appendicitis
E) a broken finger
  • 50. Which is the most common illness at the Canary Islands?
A) heart attack
B) alzheimer
C) appendicitis
D) allergies
E) diabetes
  • 51. What illness do you have if the symptoms are: soffocation, a pain in your arm, pain in your chest, weakness, cold feeling and cold sweat?
A) heart attack
B) allergies
C) diabetes
D) alzheimer
E) appendicitis
  • 52. What is the only sugar that a cell can use to produce enery inside the mitochondria?
A) pentose
B) sacarose
C) glucose
D) fructose
E) lactose
  • 53. How is called the organelle that produces the energy that the cell needs?
A) cytoplasm
B) nucleus
C) mitochondria
D) golgi apparatus
E) ribosomes
  • 54. How is called the organelle that produce the vessicles with sustances inside?
A) nucleus
B) golgi apparatus
C) cytoplasm
D) mitochondria
E) ribosomes
  • 55. How is called the part of a cell that supports and protect the organelles?
A) golgi apparatus
B) nucleus
C) ribosome
D) mitochondria
E) cytoplasm
  • 56. How is called the organelle that use the glucose for producing energy for the rest of the cell?
A) mitochondria
B) nucleus
C) cytoplasm
D) ribosome
E) golgi apparatus
  • 57. How is called the estructure of the cell that read the RNA messenger for producing proteins?
A) mitochondria
B) cytoplasm
C) ribosome
D) nucleus
E) golgi apparatus
  • 58. How is called the estructure of the cell that keeps the main genetic information?
A) ribosome
B) nucleus
C) cytoplasm
D) golgi apparatus
E) mitochondria
  • 59. How is called the organelle that contains the ribosomes for reading the ARN messenger?
A) none of them
B) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
C) microtubules
D) plasma membrane
E) rough endoplasmic reticulum
  • 60. How is called the organelle that maintain all the organelles inside, and protects the cell from the outside?
A) rough endoplasmic reticulum
B) microtubules
C) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
D) cytoplasm
E) plasma membrane
  • 61. When inside the mithocondria the glucose is transform in usefull energy, the chain of differents molecules for saving this energy follow this order:
A) ATP TO AMP TO ADP
B) ATP TO ADP TO AMP
C) AMP TO ATP TO ADP
D) ADP TO ATP TO AMP
E) AMP TO ADP TO ATP
  • 62. Inside the mithocondria is produced an molecule for saing energy, and then this molecule is simplify to use the energy. The chain of differents molecules for using this energy follow this order:
A) ATP TO AMP TO ADP
B) ADP TO ATP TO AMP
C) AMP TO ADP TO ATP
D) AMP TO ATP TO ADP
E) ATP TO ADP TO AMP
  • 63. What is the atom that is in the middle of the hemoglobine molecule, and give the red colour to the blood?
A) litium
B) iron
C) gold
D) carbon
E) mercury
  • 64. Wich one is this cell organelle?
A) golgi apparatus
B) rough endoplasmic reticulum
C) nucleus
D) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
E) ribosome
  • 65. Wich one is this cell organelle?
A) nucleus
B) ribosome
C) mitochondria
D) golgi apparatus
E) rough endoplasmic reticulum
  • 66. Wich one is this cell organelle?
A) golgi apparatus
B) rough endoplasmic reticulum
C) mitochondria
D) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
E) ribosome
  • 67. Wich one is this cell organelle?
A) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
B) ribosome
C) mitochondria
D) golgi apparatus
  • 68. Wich one is this cell organelle?
A) ribosome
B) rough endoplasmic reticulum
C) golgi apparatus
D) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
E) mitochondria
  • 69. Wich one is this cell organelle?
A) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
B) ribosome
C) mitochondria
D) rough endoplasmic reticulum
E) golgi apparatus
  • 70. Wich one is this cell organelle?
A) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
B) golgi apparatus
C) vacuole
D) rough endoplasmic reticulum
E) ribosome
  • 71. Wich one is this cell element?
A) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
B) golgi apparatus
C) DNA
D) rough endoplasmic reticulum
E) mitochondria
  • 72. If you run ______ you use all the glucose all your muscles, and there is no time for replace it, so the muscles use a no-aerobic rute to produce energy, and your muscles get tired too soon
A) none of the others
B) at 1 km/h
C) too slowly
D) too fast
E) at 70 km/h
  • 73. If you run ______ you don´t use all the glucose all your muscles, and there is time for replace it, so the muscles use a aerobic rute to produce energy, and your muscles dont´get tired too soon, and you can run for a long time
A) at 50 km/h
B) too fast
C) at 70 km/h
D) none of the others
E) in a calm speed
  • 74. A herpes on your mouth is produced by a
A) cell
B) frog
C) organ
D) bacteria
E) virus
  • 75. How many organs has the human body?
A) none of the others
B) seven organs
C) more than 79
D) between 12 and 30
E) more than 400
  • 76. The gas methane has ________
A) 3 carbons
B) 1 carbon
C) 5 carbons
D) 4 carbons
E) 2 carbons
  • 77. The gas ethane has ________
A) 4 carbons
B) 2 carbons
C) 5 carbons
D) 3 carbons
E) 1 carbon
  • 78. The gas propane has ________
A) 2 carbons
B) 1 carbon
C) 5 carbons
D) 4 carbons
E) 3 carbons
  • 79. The gas butane has ________
A) 2 carbons
B) 5 carbons
C) 1 carbon
D) 3 carbons
E) 4 carbons
  • 80. Can an illness evolve into another illness?
A) no, an illness finishs without any possibility to evolve
B) yes, but only on a very soft illness
C) yes, all the illnesses evolve in another one
D) yes, on a worst one indeed
E) none of the others
  • 81. Inside the DNA there is information for the production of
A) only proteins
B) nuclear acids and proteins
C) nuclear acids and fat
D) proteins and fats
E) only fats
  • 82. What habit is really bad for the liver?
A) relations
B) smoking
C) eating vegetables
D) drinking coke
E) alcohol
  • 83. Are the 2 lungs equals?
A) none of the others
B) no, the right lung has 2 lobules and the right one has 3
C) yes, both have 3 lobules
D) no, the left lung has 2 lobules and the right one has 3
E) yes, both have 2 lobules
  • 84. The thymus gland belongs to the
A) reproduction system
B) respiratory system
C) inmunitary system
D) excretory system
  • 85. Can a human live with just one kidney?
A) no, a human needs 2 kidneys to survive
B) yes, it is possible if it works well
C) yes, but only during a week
D) yes, but the human needs dialisis
E) none of the others
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