Biology Quiz #2

It was an era of constitution writing — most states were busy at the task — and leaders felt the new nation must have a written constitution, even though other nations did not. During the war, Congress exercised an unprecedented level of political, diplomatic, military and economic authority. It adopted trade restrictions, established and maintained an army, issued fiat money, created a military code and negotiated with foreign governments.[4]

The political push to increase cooperation among the then-loyal colonies began with the Albany Congress in 1754 and Benjamin Franklin's proposed intercolonial collaboration to help solve mutual local problems themselves; the Articles of Confederation would bear some resemblance to it. Over the next two decades, some of the basic concepts it addressed would strengthen and others would weaken, particularly the degree of deserved loyalty to the crown. With civil disobedience resulting in coercive and intolerable acts, and armed conflict resulting in dissidents being proclaimed rebels and outside the King's protection, any loyalty remaining shifted toward independence and how to achieve it. In 1775, with events outpacing communications, the Second Continental Congress began acting as the provi

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  1. What are some Characteristics of Living Cells?
  2. What is the definition of the Cell Membrane?
  3. What is the definition of a Nucleus?
  4. What is the definition of a Nuclear Membrane?
  5. What is the definition of Chromatin?
  6. What is the definition of the Nucleolus?
  7. What is the definition of the Cytoplasm?
  8. What is the definition of the Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)?
  9. What is the definition of Ribosomes?
  10. What is the definition of Golgi Bodies?
  11. What is the definition of Mitochondria?
  12. What is the definition of Lysosomes?
  13. What is the definition of Vacuoles?
  14. What are three things a Plant cell has that an Animal cell does not?
  15. What is the definition of a Cell?
  16. What are at least three kinds of cells?
  17. What is the definition for Tissue?
  18. What are three kinds of tissues
  19. What is the definition of Organs?
  20. What are three examples of Organs?
  21. What is the definition of Systems?
  22. What are three examples of systems?
  23. What is the definition of a vacine?
  24. What is the definition of an Active virus?
  25. What is the definition of a Latent Virus?
  26. Pick two answers that make a full sentence that describes the structure of a virus.
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