在农业社会主义改造中建立的初级农业生产合作社属于(  )

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(1)【◆题库问题◆】:[单选] 在农业社会主义改造中建立的初级农业生产合作社属于(  )
A.新民主主义性质
B.社会主义萌芽性质
C.半社会主义性质
D.社会主义性质

【◆参考奥门新浦京38989◆】:C

【◆奥门新浦京38989解析◆】:本题的解答注意题干中“社会主义改 造”的提示词,由此可排除“A”、“B”。而改造完成 后的高级农业生产合作社才属于完全社会主义性 质的经济,改造中建立的初级农业生产合作社属 于半社会主义性质,故“C”正确。

(2)【◆题库问题◆】:[多选] 有利于机体生长发育的激素是(  )
A.糖皮质激素
B.雄、雌激素
C.胰岛素
D.甲状腺激素
E.生长素

【◆参考奥门新浦京38989◆】:B,C,D,E

(3)【◆题库问题◆】:[单选] “Would you be_________do it for me,please?”“Ofcourse,withpleasurE.”
A.kind enough
B.as kind to
C.SO kind as to
D.so kind to

【◆参考奥门新浦京38989◆】:C

(4)【◆题库问题◆】:[单选] 当心脏处于全心舒张期时(  )
A.心室达到最大充盈
B.房室瓣关闭
C.心室容积不变
D.动脉瓣关闭
E.心室内压略高于心房内压

【◆参考奥门新浦京38989◆】:D

【◆奥门新浦京38989解析◆】:略

(5)【◆题库问题◆】:[单选] 当心脏处于全心舒张期时(  )
A.心室达到最大充盈
B.房室瓣关闭
C.心室容积不变
D.动脉瓣关闭
E.心室内压略高于心房内压

【◆参考奥门新浦京38989◆】:D

(6)【◆题库问题◆】:[单选,材料题] Who are the first to make the successof sit-in become true?回答下面的题目American Blacks experienced a revolutionafter 1945, a revolution in expectations.Following World War Ⅱ , the steady movement toward first-classcitizenship for Black people quickened, with significantactions taking place in courts of law, in voting booths, in restaurants and inthe streets of the nation.A decade of intense civil rights activity was launched in 1954 when theUnited States Supreme Court declared segregated schools to beunconstitutional. In 1955, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. , effectivelyorganized the Blacks of Atlanta, Georgia, in a bus boycott. The boycott lastedtwo years, and when it was over, Blacks no longer were degraded by being forcedto sit or stand in the rear of buses.In 1960, a group of Black college students decided that they, as well aswhite persons, had the right to eat at a lunch counter in Greensboro, NorthCarolinA. This sit-in sparked anaggressive national movement and, in the next few years, thousands of young menand women--Black and White, North and South--overturned local laws and customsthat had maintained segregation. Sit-ins, pray-ins, freedom rides, freedommarches and demonstrations to open all schools to Black children took placeacross the nation.Several important actions took place tochange the status of black people
A.Black college students and whites.
B.First-class citizens.
C.The Blacks of AtlantA.
D.Young men and women in Greensboro.

【◆参考奥门新浦京38989◆】:A

【◆奥门新浦京38989解析◆】:第三段。一群黑人大学生和白人大学生认为黑人与白人一样有权利在餐厅内吃饭。选项A是正确的。

(7)【◆题库问题◆】:[单选] Jack came to theparty_______.
A.withoutbeing invited
B.without inviting
C.withoutinvited
D.without a invitation

【◆参考奥门新浦京38989◆】:A

(8)【◆题库问题◆】:[单选] 根据下列短文,回答{TSE}题。  Despite the fact that today viruses(病毒)are known to cause cancer in animals and incertain plants,there exists a great reluctance to accept viruses as being of importance in humancancer.Basic biological phenomena generally do not differ strikingly as one goes from one spe—cies to another.It should be recognized that cancer is a biological problem and not a problemthat is unique for man.Cancer originates when a normal cell suddenly becomes a cancer cellwhich multiplies widely and without apparent restraint.Cancer may originate in many differentkinds of cell,but the cancer cell usually continues to carry certain traits(特性)of the cell of origin.The transformation of a normal cell into a cancer cell may have more than one kind of causE.but there is good reason to consider the relationships that exist between viruses and cancer.  Since there is no evidence that human cancer,as generally experienced,is infections,manypersons believe that because viruses are infections agents they cannot possibly be of importancein human cancer.However,viruses can mutate(突变)and examples are known in which a vi.rus that never kills its host can mutate to form a new strain of virus that always kills its host.Itdoes not seem unreasonable to assume that an innocuous(无害的)latent(潜伏的)virus mightmutate to form a strain that causes cancer.Certainly the experimental evidence now available isconsistent with the idea that viruses as we know them today,could be the causative(引起……的)agents of most,if not all cancer。including cancer in mall.{TS}Cancer should be considered to be a biological problem rather than a medical one because_________.
A.viruses are known to cause cancer in animals
B.at present,human cancer is not believed to be contagious(传染的)
C.there are many known causes for the transformation of a normal cell to a cancer cell
D.results of experiments on plants and animals do not vary greatly from species to species

【◆参考奥门新浦京38989◆】:D

(9)【◆题库问题◆】:[单选] 月经的发生与下列哪种因素有关(  )
A.血液中前列腺素的浓度降低
B.血液中孕酮和雌二醇水平下降
C.血液中孕酮水平升高,雌二醇水平下降
D.卵泡刺激素和黄体生成素水平升高
E.血中人绒毛膜促性腺激素浓度升高

【◆参考奥门新浦京38989◆】:B

【◆奥门新浦京38989解析◆】:略

(10)【◆题库问题◆】:[单选,材料题] The reasonwhy all the solar energy falling on the earth can’t be utilized is that ______.根据以下内容,回答下面的题目。The energy which the sun radiates goes inevery direction, and only a minute part of it falls on the earth.Even so, it represents power of about 5,000,000 horsepower (马力) per square mile per day; the sun gives us as much energy everymiunte as mankind utilizes in a year.At present, we usethis energy indirectly, and it is our final source of power.Coal represents the chemical action of the sun on green plantsthousands of years ago.Water power results from therain formed by vapor which comes from the evaporation of water under thesunshinE.Even windmills operate because of air currentsset in motion by the different heating affects of the sun in different places.Some day, through chemistry or some type of solar engine, we shallharness this great source of energy more directly.Alreadya scientist has worked out an engine, surprisingly efficient, in which the sun’srays are concentrated through mirrors on a tube of water to create steam.How muchenergy given off by the sun reaches the earth?
A.only a verysmall part is available
B.the sun istoo distant from the earth
C.it takesthousands of years for this energy to be stored up in coal and oil
D.ourscientific knowledge is not sufficient

【◆参考奥门新浦京38989◆】:D

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