Bio Lab Study Guide for Quiz 1
Bio Lab Study Guide for Quiz 1 BIO 102A
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This 6 page Study Guide was uploaded by Lauren Zerr on Saturday January 23, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to BIO 102A at Fort Hays State University taught by Dr. Eberle in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 60 views. For similar materials see Laboratory Experiences in Biology in Biology at Fort Hays State University.
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Date Created: 01/23/16
Week 1 Bio Lab Study Guide a possible explanation of a scientific Plasma Membrane process or a possibly answer to a scientific question designed to test the hypothesis Sucrose the point of reference to which we can compare the experimental Cytoplasm treatment(s) a hypothesis (or group of related hypotheses) that has withstood Sucrase multiple test and not been proven false shows us objects in two dimensions; Active Site used to extend our visual range surround the contents of the cell Hypothesis contains your genetic material bounded by nuclear membrane Catalyst water, other chemicals, and organelles Theory small, green, roughly spherical organelles in the cytoplasm that Experimental contain green pigment molecule Control chlorophyll box-like carbohydrate structure Nucleus surrounding the cell membrane chemical that speed up chemical reactions by lowering the energy Denatured required for the reaction protein catalyst Cell Wall a depression Compound Microscope chemical being broken apart or the chemicals being combined in a Experimental chemical reaction Treatment when the enzyme is altered by its environment Enzymes yeast cells produce this Substrate table sugar Chloroplast 1. Connect the definition to the word it defines 2. Calculate the total magnifications if the ocular lens was 20x and the magnification powers of the three objective lens where 4, 10, and 400. 3. Identify the correct microscope parts. 4. What happened during the experiment? 5. Identify and label the parts of the cell. Study Guide Key
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