Bio Words, Quiz #3

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  1. The generation and emission of light by living organisms such as fireflies, some bacteria and fungi, and many marine animals.
    (a) biologism (b) biokinetics (c) bioherm (d) bioluminescence (e) biogravics

  2. The study of the growth changes and movements that developing organisms undergo.
    (a) biohydrology (b) biolith (c) biolysis (d) biologos (e) biokinetics

  3. Disintegration of organic matter through the chemical action of living organisms.
    (a) biologicals (b) biolysis (c) biokinetics (d) biohydrology (e) bioherm

  4. The study of the interaction between plant and animal life and water cycles.
    (a) bioimplant (b) biolite (c) biologism (d) biohydrology (e) biological

  5. The study of the biological underpinnings of language such as the factors that enhance or retard language development and the neurophysiology of language disorders.
    (a) biolistics (b) biologism (c) biolinguistics (d) bioluminescent (e) biolysis

  6. The science concerned with the phenomena of life and living organisms.
    (a) biology (b) bioluminescence (c) biolithite (d) biokinetics (e) bioinstrument

  7. Pertaining to the action of water and solutions in living tissue.
    (a) biohermite (b) biohydraulic (c) biohermal (d) biohazard (e) biograph

  8. A sedimentary structure consisting of a fossilized remnant or mark formed in soft sediment by the movement of an animal and pressed in sedimentary rock.
    (a) biogeography (b) biogenic (c) bioglyph (d) biofidelity (e) bioerosion

  9. The science of organisms as affected by the factors of their environments.
    (a) bioelement (b) bioequivalence (c) biofidelity (d) bioethics (e) bioecology

  10. The principle that all living organisms have derived from previously existing living organisms not through spontaneous generation.
    (a) biofidelity (b) biofeedback (c) biogeochemistry (d) biogenesis (e) biogeosphere

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