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BIO 100 REVIEW SHEET 1 What are the main traits for life Composed of cells Respond to stimuli Grow and reproduce Utiize energy Maintain an internal environment Adapt to environmental changes 2 What are the 5 kingdoms What are some distinguishing characteristics of each ie Presence of cell wall multicellularunicellular functions etc Bacteriaprokaryotic decomposers producers Protistas unicellular eukaryotic decomposers some producers Fungusdecomposers multicellular unicellar Plants producers photosynthesize cell walls Animal consumers no cell walls plasma membrane 3 What is the chemical formula of photosynthesis and what is its funcUon C02H209sunlight9C6H120602 Makes Glucose by using suns energy 4 What is the formula of cellular respiration What is its function Where is its action generally located within the cell C6H1206029 sunlight9C02H20ATP 5 Know the hierarchy of matter quark9organism Quark9subatomic partice9 atomelement9molecule9organelle 9Cell 9Tissue90rgan 90rgan System 9 Organism 9 Species 9 population 9 community 9ecosystem 6 The atomic number of an element is directly equal to what type of subatomic particles of an element Protons 7 What are the three types of bonds Covalent Bond lonic bond Hydrogen Bond 8 The name of a chemical reaction to build molecules by taking away a water molecule is called Dehydration Synthesis 9 The name of a chemical reaction to break molecules by inserting a water molecule is called Hydrolysis 10 What are the 4 main elements of the body Hydrogen Carbon Oxygen Nitrogen 11 What are the 4 macromolecules called What are their quotbuilding blocksquotsubunits monomers called Give functions of each macromolecule and examples Carbohydrates glucose cellulous ATP Lipids Fat stores energy Phospholipids Make our Cells steroids makes cholesterol cholesterol Helps make Lipid hormones Proteins enzymes speed up reactions Regulatory proteins help regulate cell activity Transport Proteins make channels through the cells Defense Proteins help part of our immune system Nuceic Acids nucleotides DNA mRNA proteins 13 What is the smallest unit of life with living properties Cell 15 Cell Organelles Structure Description amp Function Nucleus Has the DNA and the mRNA Nucleolus Has ribosomes and makes them Endoplasmic reticulum Has ribosomes attached Golgi Complex UPS of the Cell Lysosomes Breaks down waste and digests enzymes Mitochondria Power House of the Cell Ribosomes Make Protein 16 What are the different types of lymphocytes called What are their functions T Cellsquottouch killsquot BCells Makes antibodies Memory BCellsSave for Later Helper TCells Help activate TB cells Nk Cells Natural Killer Cells Mast Cells Secrets histamines 17 What is the difference between an antibody and an antigen Where are antibodies made and by what type of lymphocyte Antibodies attach to foreign invaders Antigens protein markers 18 Know the functions of some of the immune system organs Thymus tcells mature there Spleen where we make antibodies Lymph Tissue delivers WBC 19 What are the three basic immune system responses Barrier System Nonspeci c Speci c 20 What is the name of the immune system disorder were your body ghts off harmess allergens This is generally caused by what type of lymphocytes and what do they secrete AllergiesMast cells secrete histamies Autoimmune Disease body attacks own healthy cells Immunode ciency helper TCells macrophages 21 What is the name of the immune system disorder where your body attacks your own cells Give an example Autoimmune disease Diabetes type 1 22 HIV is a virus that attacks what types of cells What type of immune system disorder is caused as a result of HIV Immunode ciency Tcells 23 What are the 4 main types of tissue called Epithelial Connective Tissue Muscle Tissue Nervous Tissue 24 Know different kinds of connective tissue and its attachments Ligaments bone to bone Tendons muscle to bone muscle to muscle Cartilage Skin to bonejoints bone blood lymph fat 25 What are the three types of muscle tissue Skeletal smooth cardiac 29 What are the two types of cells found in bone Osteoclasts osteoblasts 30 Know the function of calcitonin parathyroid hormone and growth hormone Calcitonin stimulates osteoblasts Parathyroid stimulates osteoclasts Growth Hormone released from the pituitary
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