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LIFE 102 Unit 2 Study Guide

by: Lauren Caldwell

LIFE 102 Unit 2 Study Guide LIFE 103 (Biology of Organisms-Plants)

Lauren Caldwell
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A series of questions that cover the entire lecture for the Unit 2 exam. Shared with the class in time for the final; three girls in my hall claim I brought their grades up a letter.
Biology of Organisms
Tanya Dewey; Erik N. Arthun
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Lauren Caldwell on Tuesday February 2, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to LIFE 103 (Biology of Organisms-Plants) at Colorado State University taught by Tanya Dewey; Erik N. Arthun in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Biology of Organisms in Biology at Colorado State University.

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Date Created: 02/02/16
1. What does it mean when we describe something as a Fluid Mosaic Model? 2. What experiment proved the theory of the FMM? 3. What does an increase of temperature do to fluidity? 4. What does a decrease in temperature do to fluidity? 5. Where are hydrocarbons in the membrane? 6. What is the difference between unsaturated and saturated fats? 7. Give me an example of both a saturated/unsaturated food 8. What was awko-taco about Winter Wheat? 9. What does cholesterol do to impact cell membranes? 10.What is the difference between integral and peripheral membrane proteins? 11.What two details are important in determining the function of membrane proteins? 12.T/F: nonpolar substances can pass through a membrane easily 13.What is the difference between active and passive transport? 14.Define solute, solvent, and concentration 15.What happens to a cell in a hypertonic solution? 16.What happens to a cell in a hypotonic solution? 17.Describe the flow of an isotonic solution 18.What does the term Lysed refer to? 19.What does the term flaccid refer to? 20.What does the term plasmolyzed refer to? 21.What does the term Turgid refer to? 22.Polar molecules pass through _____ proteins while _____ proteins are specialized for passive transport 23.Explain the function of the sodium potassium pump 24.What is an electrochemical gradient? 25.What ions are involved in Proton pumps? 26.T/F: Cotransport proteins are passive most of the time 27.Hat is the main purpose of a cotransport protein? 28.What is the difference between Exocytosis and Endocytosis? 29.What are the three forms of endocytosis? 30.Define metabolism 31.Glycoproteins and glycolipids help in cell to ____ recognition 32.What is the difference between glycoproteins and glycolipids? 33.What system in the body uses these guys to protect the body? 34.Give an example of a catabolic reaction 35.Give an example of an anabolic reaction 36.There are two stpes of energy – kinetic and potential. Define them both 37.What is the 1 law of thermodynamics? 38.What is entropy? 39.What is the second law of thermodynamics? 40.T/F: as entropy increases, a reaction is considered spontaneous 41.What is Gibbs Free energy? 42.T/F: ADP is produced through Hydrolysis 43.Define the three types of metabolism work 44.Negative deltaG means a reaction is endergonic or exergonic? 45.A solute is to a solvent as a substrate is to a what? 46.What is Delta G? 47.What is the symbol for activation energy? 48.Activations sites of an enzyme can do three things. What three things are those? 49.What three things can enzymes NOT do? 50.T/F: Coenzymes are organic cofactors 51.What is allosteric regulation? 52.If a cell shrinks, the solution is hypotonic or hypertonic? 53.What is feedback inhibition? 54.Enzymes with multiple subunits have two forms. What are they? 55.What do GER and LEO mean? 56.If an atom loses an electron it is reduced or oxidized? 57.If an atom gains an electron, it is a reductant or an oxidizer? 58.What is the ultimate payoff of glycolysis? 59.There are three stages to glycolysis – name them 60.Which is an electron carrier – NADH or FADH2? 61.What is “redox” an umbrella term for? 62.What is chemiosmosis? 63.At what stage is chemiosmosis? 64.What is the final step of oxidative phosphorylation? 65.How many ATP do we yield per glucose molecule? 66.What makes anaerobic respiration functional? 67.What is anaerobic respiration? 68.What are the two variations of fermentation? 69.What is a thylakoid? 70.What is acid fermentation? 71.Light wavelengths can interact with objects in three ways. Name and explain them


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