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Exam I Study Guide BIO 106 - Dana Krempels University of Miami

Samantha Petrin
BIO 106 - Elementary Zoology
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Date Created: 02/27/15
Exam 1 Introduction to Zooloav 1500000 species described Species group of similar organisms that can interbreed and produce Viable fertile offspring To be considered alive NQP PPPE composed of one or more cells organized structure increase in size metabolism can regulate internal enVironment homeostasis can reproduce can respond to stimuli prokaryotic cells lack a nucleus and other organelles While eukaryotes do not defining characteristics of animals 1 09 multicellular eukaryote tissues made of specialized cells ingestive heterotroph stores energy as fat embryo development different from others reproduces sexually un39gue to animals nervous system muscular system hox genes group of related genes that determine the basic structure and orientation of an organism Francesco Redi tested spontaneous generation With glass jars and meat 7 a g Elastmael quot y d i7 f Guatruilattun Archanterun E39nduderm Emnderm awash are tmla p capmm It Pearscn Edma39tlon Incw pumafling a3 Beniamin mmmingeh Genes and Inheritance Molecule is two or more atoms bonded together Element composed of one type of atom Compound composed of more than one Organic molecule has hydrogen and carbon CHON Four types of biological macromolecules 1 Proteins polymers of amino acids fX body structure and driVing chemical reactions 2 Carbohydrates polymers of sugars fX shortterm energy storage and physical structure 3 Lipids polymers of CH atoms making fatty acid chains fx longterm energy storage and physical structure 4 Nucleic acids polymers of nucleotides fX DNA permanent blueprint RNA intermediate copy of blueprint Three letters represent one amino acid DNA is transcribed into RNA and then RNA is translated into protein Mitosis one cell diVides to produce an exact copy of itself Alleles different versions of the same gene Mutation process by Which one gene changes from one allele to another Germline cells give rise to eggs or sperm can be passed on to the next generation Somatic cells make up the body itself Diploid cells contain two complete sets of chromosomes Haploid only one complete sethalf the number of chromosomes MonOgenetic traits controlled by one gene Polygenetic traits controlled by many genes Locus physical location of a gene on its chromosome Dominant allele masks the expression of another allele Recessive allele allele that is masked by another allele Phenotype the physical appearanceexpression of a trait Genotype genetic coding of a trait Homozygous two alleles of a gene at a particular locus are the same in one individual Heterozygous two alleles of a gene at a particular locus are different in one indiVidual B Origin of Life and Evolution Scala naturae chain of increasing complexity that has been the same since creation


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