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Biology 1001 Study Guide : Professor Bell

by: Jamese Beaulieu

Biology 1001 Study Guide : Professor Bell 40136

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This is a study guide for the upcoming test which is Tuesday i Believe.
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Biology 1001 Study Guide Chapters 1-6 Fill in the blank 1. ________ are the basic units of life. 2. ________ is a group of joined atoms 3. ________are organs connected physically or chemically that function together. 4. ________ is a group of the same species of organisms living in the same place and time. True/ False 5. Life is organized. T/F 6. Atoms are the smallest chemical unit of a type of pure substance. T/F 7. Life does NOT require energy. T/F 8. Ecosystems are all nonliving things in a given area. T/F 9. Atoms make up all matter. T/F Matching 10.Polymer a. Single unit 11.Amino acids b. Multiple unit 12.Monomer c. Made out of amino acids 13.Proteins d. 20 True/False 14.Steroids are lipids. T/F 15.Most important thing about a protein is its color. T/F 16.Opposite charges attract each other. T/F 17.Hemoglobin keeps your blood red and carries oxygen to your cells. T/F Fill in the blank 18.2 nucleic acids are_____ and _____ 19.The monomers of nucleic acids are _____ 20.There are ____ types of nucleotides. 21._____ Separate nucleotides. True/False 22.Only DNA uses Uracil. T/F 23.Only RNA uses Uracil. T/F 24.All carbons of saturated fatty acids are bonded to 2 other atoms. T/F 25.LDL (Low density Lipo protein) is bad. T/F 26.Prokaryotes are the newest form of life. T/F 27.Prokaryotes lac a nucleus. T/F Fill in the Blank 28.____ is free in cytoplasm. 29.____is a polar bond which is attracted to water. 30.____ spontaneously form bilayers in water. 31.Besides phospholipids, cell membranes also contain what proteins A. ___________ B. ___________ C. ___________ D. ___________ E. ___________ 32. The endomembrane system consists of the? A. ___________ B. ___________ C. ___________ D. ___________ E.____________ F. ____________ 33. Most plants lack. ___________ 34. The most important thing about a protein is its ________. True/False 35. Autotrophs make their own food. T/F 36. Heterotrophs go out and find their own food. T/F 37. The cytoskeleton has four major parts. T/F 38. Microtubules form the external framework of cilia and flagella. T/F 39. Average heart beats per minute for men are 72. T/F 40. Average heart beats per minute for women are 74. T/F 41. All cells are equal. T/F 42. Energy is converted from one form to another. T/F 43. Energy can be created. T/F 44. Energy can change. T/F 45. The most disorganized form of energy is heat energy. T/F 46. Heat is the most unstable form of energy in the universe. T/F 47. All chemical reactions either build up or tear down. T/F 48. Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) is a nucleotide that temporarily stores energy. T/F Fill in the Blank 50. Define energy. ___________________________________ 51. What are the 2 types of energy? _______________ _______________ 52. _____is the center of a cell. 53. _____ make proteins. 54. _____ and _____ are 2 big chemical reactions. 55. All cells rely on the potential energy stored in ____ to power chemical reactions. 56. A ________ is a protein that speeds up a chemical reaction without being consumed. 57. _________ is the diffusion of water down its concentration gradient. (Movement of water from where there is a lot of it to less of it across a membrane) 58. ________ is the chemical formula for Glucose. 59. ________ are the sites of photosynthesis. 60. Two stages of photosynthesis are ___________ and ____________. 61. Define Photosystem _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ 62. The Calvin Cycle is divided into 3 portions: ____________, _______________, and ______________ 63. A long wave length contains _________ energy compared to the energy contained by a short wavelength. 64. What is the whole point of Photosynthesis? ______________________ 65. Cellular Respiration is linked to __________. 66. 3 Stages of Cellular Respiration: _____________, ______________, and ______________. 67. There are ___ total ATP molecules. 68.Glycolosis breaks down ___________ to pyruvate. Answers. 1. Cells 2. Molecule 3. Organ system 4. Population 5. True 6. True 7. False 8. False 9. True 10. 1=b, 11. 2=d, 12.3=a, 13.4=c 14.True 15.False, Shape 16.True 17.True 18.DNA and RNA 19.Nucleotides 20.5 21.Hydrolysis 22.False, Thymine 23.True 24.False, 4 25.True 26.False, Most Ancient 27.True 28.DNA 29. Hydrophilic 30.Phospholipids 31.Transport proteins, Enzymes, Recognition Proteins, Adhesion Proteins, and Receptor Proteins. 32.Nuclear Envelope, Endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, Lysosomes, Vacuoles, Cell membrane 33.Lysosomes 34.Shape 35.True 36.True 37.False, 3, (Microfilaments, intermediate filaments, microtubules) 38.False, Internal 39.True 40.True 41.False 42.The ability to do work, to move matter. 43.Kinetic and potential 44.True 45.False 46.True 47.True 48.True 49.True 50.True 51.Centriole 52.Ribosomes 53.Photosynthesis and cellular respiration 54.ATP 55.Enzyme 56.Osmosis 57.C6H12O6 58.Chloroplasts 59.Light reactions, Carbon (light independent) reactions. 60.Grouping of photosynthetic pigments and associated protein embedded in the thylakoid membrane of chloroplasts. 61.CO2 Fixation, CO2 Reduction, Regeneration of RuBP 62.Less 63.Is a large protein structure in a thylakoid membrane 64.To make Glucose 65.Breathing 66.Glycolysis (2), Krebs Cycle(2), and Electron Transport(32) 67.36 68.Glucose


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