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Intro to Biology Review

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Intro to Biology Review BIOL 107-06

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Introduction to Biology I
Daniela Ostrowski
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Biology, Chemistry
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Intro to Biology Exam 1 Review  Intro:  1) What characteristics do living things all have?        2) What are examples of Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes?        3) What is the tree of life?        4) What are the four ribonucleotides in rRNA?        5) Describe Evolution        6) How are hypothesis­related science and discovery science related?        7) What is the pedometer­hypothesis?        Chemistry  8) What four elements make up 96% of all living matter?  9) Which particles are negatively charged and which are positive?        10) What does valence refer to?    11) What is an ionic bond?        12) What is a covalent bond?        13) What is a hydrogen bond?        Water  14) Why does water’s structure make a bent shape?        15) What are some properties of water?        16) What is hydrophilic vs hydrophobic?        Macromolecules  17) What are the four macromolecules?          18) What are monomers?          19) How do simple sugars differ from each other?    20) What is a disaccharide?        21) What is the resulting covalent bond of a disaccharide called?        21) What is a polysaccharide?        22) What are the four polysaccharides we learned?        23) Define lipids        24) What are the three types of lipids?        25) What is the difference between saturated and unsaturated fats?        26) What are phospholipids?        27) What is an anabolic steroid?      28) What are the 6 different types of proteins?        29) What is the monomer of protein?        30) What are essential amino acids?        31) Explain hydrolysis        32) What is a peptide bond?        33) What influences protein folding?        GOOD LUCK!    ANSWERS:  1) They use energy, have one or more cells, process information, can perform  replication, and are a product of evolution.  2) Bacteria and Archaea are Prokaryotes. Plants, Animals, Fungi, and Protists are  Eukaryotes.   3)  A family of tree of organisms that describes genealogical relationships among  species.  4) A, U, G, and C  5) Change in characteristics of a population over time through the process of  natural selection.  6) Hypothesis based tests possible explanations for observations of discovery  science.  7) Ants know how far they travel by tracking their steps and knowing the length of  their stride.  8) C, N, O, and H  9) Protons: positive Electrons: negative Neutrons: neutral  10) The number of unpaired electrons in the outer shell.  11) The transfer of electrons  12) The sharing of electrons  13) A weak bond formed by partial positive and partial negative charge of nearby  atoms  14) Water is polar and oxygen is electronegative so the electrons are pulled towards  oxygen.  15) It is an efficient solvent, cohesion, adhesion, surface tension, is denser as a  liquid, and has a high heat capacity  16) Hydrophilic: water loving Hydrophobic: water fearing  17)Proteins, Nucleic acids, Carbohydrates, and Lipids  18) Building blocks of polymers  19) The location of carboxyl group, number of carbon atoms, and spatial  arrangement of their atoms  20) 2 monosaccharides bonded together  21) Glycosidic linkage  22) They are many monosaccharides bonded together  23) Starch, Cellulose, Glycogen, and Chitin  24) Carbon­containing compounds that are nonpolar and hydrophobic  25) Fats, Phospholipids, and steroids  26)Saturated: single bond of carbon Unsaturated: double bound  27) Glycerol linked to phosphate group and 2 hydrocarbon chains  28) Synthetic variation of testosterone  29) Enzymes, transport, defensive, receptor, structural, and storage proteins  30) Amino acids  31) Amino acids cannot be produced by the body  32) Breaks polymer apart by adding water molecules  33) A bond between carboxyl group of 1 amino acid and amino acid group of  another  34) High temperature, extreme pH, and harsh chemicals                 


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