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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kari Harber Jr. on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to BSC 2011 at Florida State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 55 views. For similar materials see /class/205431/bsc-2011-florida-state-university in Biological Sciences at Florida State University.


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Date Created: 09/17/15
l A A 01 201103 Study questions Lecture 2 Spring 2006 What are the three basic informationcontaining molecules and the three processes that preservetransmit information between these molecules Make sure it is clear how the processes relate to the particular molecules you might want to use a concept map diagram to show these relationships Describe at least three differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic chromosomes Are you a eukaryote or prokaryote What is chromatin De ne genome Brie y describe the basics of DNA replication making sure it is clear how the information in the original single DNA strand is transferred to the new DNA single strand What is the role ofthe RNA primer and DNA polymerase 201103 1 l A A 01 0 Study questions lecture 3 Spring 2006 Not all of a DNA molecule is transcribed at once Instead particular sections of the DNA transcription units are transcribed when needed In one sentence or less explain how the promoter is involved in starting transcription ofa unit What is the basic unit language of information in each of the following molecules DNA RNA and protein Sometimes mistakes occur during DNA replication Consider the two following types of mistakes For each one how exactly would the mRNA and protein made from the altered copy of DNA differ from the mRNA and protein made from the original good copy Would the effect of the mistake depend on where the mistake occurs Which type of mistake is likely to have bigger consequences Mistake 1 One nitrogenous base is substituted for another For example a guanine might be put in where an adenine was supposed to go Mistake 2 One nitrogenous base is left out during replication For example a guanine might be left out Explain why the genetic code is considered redundant and universal What are the four major factors that in uence development and the three major processes of development Explain the progressive loss nuclear alteration and differential expression nuclear differentiation hypotheses for cell differentiation BSC 2011 03 Study questions 36 Spring 2006 1 Define keystone species and explain how Pisaster the starfish acts as a keystone species in the rocky intertidal habitat What is the species Pisaster is having a direct effect on as opposed to indirect effects on other species 2 Why are there generally fewer carnivores in a community than herbivores 3 Energy can be lost from an ecosystem in the form of heat which eventually radiates to outer space Are nutrients lost from an ecosystem If so how If not where do they go 4 Describe three factors that affect the net primary productivity of an ecosystem Give one example ofa very productive ecosystem and one example of a very unproductive ecosystem


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