Fen Bilimleri 2018 Çıkmış Sorular Çöz (Part 4) – Yökdil Cümle Tamamlama Soruları Çöz

Fen Bilimleri 2018 Çıkmış Sorular Çöz (Part 4) - Yökdil Cümle Tamamlama Soruları Çöz

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Soru 1

Scientists have finally established the identity of a missing element within the Earth's core, -------.

A
who could help us to better understand how they formed
B
for which they have been searching for many decades
C
but the core first separated from the rocky parts of Earth
D
that strongly argues that the earth orbits the sun
E
whose work was needed to confirm the presence of silicon
Soru 2

‘Erosion’ is a blanket or general term for a variety of processes -------.

A
even though the carving of canyons by rivers is an example of erosion
B
that break down or transport rock through the action of ice, liquid, or gas
C
therefore, much of the surface rock on Earth was caused by erosion
D
but they played a more important role on Earth than on any other planet
E
if such substances are used to build new communal structures
Soru 3

The dominance of fossil fuels will remain unchallenged for at least the next four decades, ..............

A
even if countries pursue environmental or energy policies enforced by international agreements
B
now that renewable sources are urgently needed for sustainable development
C
as well as a large number of countries dependent on renewable energy sources
D
therefore, green policies will play an important role in our immediate energy needs
E
thus, the amount of European power supplied by renewables is more than that of fossil fuels
Soru 4

When the brain cells of humans and all other mammals are starved of oxygen, -------.

A
biology deals with humans, animals as well as plants
B
such levels depend on age and gender of the species
C
such innovations in the field of science have become compulsory
D
they run out of sufficient energy and begin to die as a result
E
oxygen level in brain cells plays a vital part in humans
Soru 5

Producing artificial spider silk has long been a dream of many scientists, -------

A
whereas it is well tolerated when it is implanted in tissues
B
but it is still too early for them to expect the dream to come true
C
as long as spiders spin small amounts of silk in labs
D
because the researchers have a method that works properly
E
though such products require plenty of silk for large scale production
Soru 6

Even the simplest life form on Earth has countless requirements needed to survive, -------

A
such as water, organic materials and energy
B
it is determined by many environmental factors
C
as planets may have some sources of energy
D
when the Earth was only 700 million years old
E
resulting in nature and intelligent life
Soru 7

While flowing water has not been directly observed on Mars, -------.

A
the initial report from Mariner 4 stated that these planets never had Earth-like oceans
B
water is not found on the surface or within rocks and soil in any of its forms
C
continued monitoring shows that such activity may be due to chemical processes
D
the scientists who travelled to this continent concluded that it has large reservoirs of water
E
there are signs that it has potentially made some brief appearances on the surface
Soru 8

Although we do not typically think of bacteria as being capable of sight, -------.

A
they started to believe that perhaps the signals were not random
B
such detailed studies aim to pay special attention to the species crisis
C
they have light-responsive proteins that are similar to our own visual system
D
humans have been wondering about the answer to these questions for centuries
E
antibiotics can kill the good bacteria in the body along with the bad
Soru 9

Modern estimates suggest that 85 percent of the universe’s mass is invisible to even the most powerful telescopes -------.

A
so that it simply does not interact with light
B
but evidence about the fate of our galaxy is limited
C
where several decades of experiments have proved ineffective
D
and is only detectable through the influence of its gravity
E
following the deduction that several objects have been used
Soru 10

....................., mercury levels in the oceans have increased at an alarming rate since the Industrial Revolution.

A
Due to mining and the burning of fossil fuels
B
In agreement with global efforts to protect the ecosystem
C
Even after heavy fishing in the Pacific Ocean
D
As tuna is a kind of long-lived predator in the oceans
E
Despite the amount of mercury in fish and mammals
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