Exam Two Study Guide
Exam Two Study Guide BIO 151
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Unit Two Study Guide Chapters 2, 3, 19, 21 -Cell function, parts of the cell, functions of said parts, the macromolecules involved and what they do and are made up of -The Central Dogma of biology -Definition of a fene -How much of the human genome codes for protein? Why is this relevant? -Know what the difference is between a gene, chromosome and genome -Gene expression -How does information encoded in DNAbecome protein? How do cells determine which proteins are made within them? -Differentiate between mutation, point mutation, substitution, insertion, deletion -Differences between somatic and gamete cell mutations -Causes of mutations -How can different cell mutations impact the organism? Give examples -Explain why not all mutations are bad, including how they may be useful -Define genetic engineering -Define recombinant DNAand explain how it’s made -Know the two outcomes of recombinant DNAtechnology -Know about gene therapy as a form of recombinant DNAtechnology as a function to treat human disease -Know its uses and controversies^ Chapters Three and Fifteen -Explain how matter and energy are required for human life -Know the roles of ATP and carbon in cells -CELLULAR RESPIRATION -Define fermentation and know its importance for humans -Know the roles different nutrients play in the bodies, and how much are needed, how they’re processed by the body, and how the body copes with having deficiencies of them. -Explain how carbs and fats differ -Interpret a food label -Compare and contrast simple carbs and complex carbs; unsaturated, saturated and trans- fats; plants proteins vs animal proteins -Discuss the ups and downs of the BMI Chapters Eighteen and Nineteen -Human life cycle, mitosis vs meiosis -MITOSIS AND MEIOSIS -know the number of chromosomes in each step of the processes -Know the difference between the cell cycles of multicellular eukaryotic organisms and single-celled prokaryotes -Know why DNAreplication must be accurate -Label, draw and define the structure of a chromosome --How do proteins and gene regulation play into human development -Stem cell, differentiation, active gene, inactive gene -Cells with different forms of DNAfunction as different types of cells -Be familiar with the anatomy of the female reproductive system as discussed in class -Identify processes/steps that occur during fetal development, including fertilization, cleavage (morula and blastocyst), implantation, pre-embryonic period, embryonic period, fetal period -List embryonic’placenta components and describe their role in development -Know the role of the trimesters in the context of gestation -Apoptosis -Define spontaneous abortion and explain why it can occur -How can implantation or placental position impact fetal development? -Birth defects -Teratogens -Genetic vs environmental causes of birth defects -when are developing embryos most sensitive to teratogens and why Chapters 19 and 20 -Know the differences between gene, allele, protein, chromosome, homologous chromosome and sister chromatid -How many times does cell division happen during mitosis and meiosis? -Define and be able to interpret a karyotype -Explain the four origins of genetic variation -Differentiate between monozygotic twins, dizygotic twins, and non-twin siblings -Terms: character, trait, gene, allele, homozygous and heterozygous, dominant, recessive, genotype, phenotype -Be able to use and interpret a Punnett square, along with terms such as complete dominance, codominance, and incomplete dominance, pleiotropy, multiple alleles, epistasis, sex- linked, sex-influenced, polygenic inheritance, multifactorial inheritance -Interpret blood type data related to paternity -Describe symptoms/genetic basis/causes of genetic conditions. -Define carrier -Recognize nondisjunction and explain how it can cause abnormal numbers of chromosomes in cells
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