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Which factors influence reaction rate?

Which factors influence reaction rate?

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School: Kent State University
Department: Biology
Course: Biological Foundations Honors
Professor: Professor grampa
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: exam, Study Guide, biology study guide, Biology Foundations, and biology exam 1
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Name: Exam 1 Study Guide
Description: This exam study guide includes everything that will and could be included on our first exam in a "fill-in-the-blank" fashion
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Copyright ©: Hannah Kennedy, Kent State University 1


Which factors influence reaction rate?



Exam 1 Bio Foundations Study Guide

Chapter 2 

1. Rank the strength of ionic, covalent, and hydrogen bonds

2. List examples of molecules that contain ionic bonds and state where they are formed

3. List examples of molecules that contain covalent bonds and state where they are  formed

4. List examples of molecules that contain hydrogen bonds and where they are formed 5. List factors that influence reaction rate

6. Define hydrophilic, state whether it is polar or non­polar, and how it interacts with  H2O

7. Define hydrophobic, state whether it is polar or non­polar, and how it interacts with  H2O

Word

Definition

Cohesion

Surface tension

Adhesion

Specific heat

Heat of vaporization

Solubility


What are some examples of acidic and neutral substances?



We also discuss several other topics like Why do animal cells have cholesterol in them?

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8. Describe the pH scale, giving examples of basic, acidic, and neutral substances 9. Explain the buffer system and the natural buffer system we contain in our bodies

Chapter 3 

1. Draw a picture of a general example of each functional group

2. List the monomer of each polymer

Macromolecule

Monomer

Carbohydrate

Protein

Lipid

Nucleic Acid


How would you describe tertiary protein structure?



3. Define hydrolysis 

4. Define dehydration synthesis Don't forget about the age old question of What makes entropy a state function?

5. Explain the difference between hydrolysis and dehydration synthesis

6. List the disaccharides formed from the monosaccharides

Disaccharide

Monosaccharides

Glucose + glucose

Glucose + galactose

Glucose + fructose

Don't forget about the age old question of Which aspects are monitored as part of healthcare?

7. Define DNA and give its characteristics Don't forget about the age old question of How is the navier-stokes equation applied?

8. Define RNA and give its characteristics

9. Define ATP and give its characteristics

10. Give the general “formula” of the amino acid structure

11. Describes what determines the polarity of the amino acid

12. Define and describe primary protein structure

13. Define and describe secondary protein structure

14. Define and describe tertiary protein structure

15. Define and describe quaternary protein structure

16. List the general functions of proteins Don't forget about the age old question of Which agreement officially ended the thirty years war?

17. Define chaperone proteins 

18. Define de­naturation

19. Describe the difference between saturated and unsaturated fatty acids

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20. List 3 different kinds of lipids and give general characteristics of each Don't forget about the age old question of Courts typically will not consider adequacy of consideration. why? value?

Chapter 4 

1. Give the functions of the following organelles 

Organelle

Function

Vesicles

Cytoskeleton 

Mitochondria 

Rough ER

Smooth ER

Golgi

Peroxisome

Lysosome

Cytoplasm

Nucleus 

Ribosomes 

Extracellular matrix 

2. List the functions of the cytoskeletal filaments and describe each

Cytoskeletal filament

Function and description

Actin filaments

Microtubules

Intermediate filaments

3. Describe what the cell walls are made of in both plant and animal cells 4. Define middle lamella

5. List the 4 different kinds of cell­cell interactions and the different types of each

6. Explain the difference between gap junctions and plasmodesmata

7. Define cell theory

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8. List the characteristics of prokaryotic cells

9. Define symbiosis and give two examples of mutualism

10. Define cilia 

11. Define flagella

12. Describe the difference between cilia and flagella

Chapter 5 

1. Define active transport and list and describe the 3 kinds, including when and why  each occurs

2. Define passive transport and list and describe the 3 types, including when and why  each occurs

3. Describe the difference between active and passive transport

4. Define each

Type of Solution

Definition

Hypertonic

Hypotonic

Isotonic

5. Explain the sodium­potassium pump

6. Define endocytosis and list and define the different types

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7. Define exocytosis and list and define the different types

8. Define/describe the function of each

Membrane Protein

Function

Transmembrane protein

Interior protein network

Cell surface markers

Transporter

Enzymes

Cell­surface receptors

Cell­to­cell adhesion proteins

Attachments to the cytoskeleton

9. Define each

Ways to maintain osmotic balance

Definition

Extrusion

Isosmotic regulation

Turgor pressure

10. Describe the function of each

Transporter

Function

Uniporter

Symporter

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Antiporter

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