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BSC 1005 Ch. 2 Vocab Review

by: Cristina Rodriguez

BSC 1005 Ch. 2 Vocab Review BSC 1005

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BSC 1005 Ch. 2 Vocab Review
Lab-BIOL 1005-010
Diane Lowell
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Date Created: 09/12/16
Chapter 2 Vocab Review A) Biology   B) Inorganic Molecules   C) Organic Molecules   D) Chemical Compounds  E) Molecule   F) Ionic Bonds   G) Hydrogen Bonds   H) Noncovalent Bonds   I) Atom J) Covalent Bond   K) Mass Number   L) Atomic Number   M) Ion   N) Electrons   O) Protons   P) Neutrons   Q) Nucleus   R) Elements   S) Matter   T) Metabolism    U) Respond to stimuli   V) Homeostasis   W) Reproduction   X) Growth    Y) Macromolecules   Z) Polymer Chains   AB) Carbohydrates   AC) Proteins    AD) Dis/Polysaccharide Synthesis   AE) Primary Structure   AF) Nucleic Acids    AG) Fatty Acids   AH) Cell   AI) Intracellular   AJ) Extracellular   AK) Cohesion    AL) Adhesion   AM) Solutes   AN) Universal Solvent   AO) pH   AP) Buffer    1. ______ the process of reacting to their environment 2. ______ number of proton and neutrons 3. ______ bond that link molecules together but are weaker than covalent bonds 4. ______ weak acid or base 5. ______ a bond that forms between ions 6. ______ number of protons 7. ______ anything that takes up space and has mass 8. ______ no charge (NEUTRAL) 9. ______ substances that cannot be chemically broken down 10. ______ nucleotide monomers 11. ______ a strong chemical linkage between two atoms based on the sharing of electrons 12. ______ the concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) in a solution 13. ______ a bond between partial charges 14. ______ charged atom that has gained or lost an electron 15. ______ amino acid monomers 16. ______ the breaking down of energy through a series of chemical reactions  17. ______ combining sugars with release of H2O 18. ______ life’s dissolved molecules 19. ______ monomers linked together 20. ______ the process of producing new organisms 21. ______ negatively charged 22. ______ made up of sugar monomers 23. ______ water molecules clinging to the surface 24. ______ large organic molecules composed of monomers 25. ______ sequence off amino acids 26. ______ the maintenance of a relatively constant internal environment 27. ______ long hydrocarbon chains 28. ______ the smallest unit of an element that still retains the property of that element  29. ______ molecules that lack the carbon­based backbone and C­H bonds 30. ______ a substance that can dissolve other substances 31. ______ inside the cell 32. ______ molecules that has a carbon­based backbone and at least one C­H bond 33. ______ the process of increasing in size 34. ______ association of atoms of different chemical elements 35. ______ water molecules clinging together 36. ______ the dense core of an atom 37. ______ positively charged 38. ______ outside the cell 39. ______ Scientific study of life 40. ______ smallest unit of a chemical compound 41. ______ basic structural unit of life and is a water­filled sac bounded by a cell membrane


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