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Bio 100 Exam I Review Sheet Fall 2105 This review sheet is intended to be a useful tool in preparation for the first exam which will be held on Monday September 14th The topics listed on this sheet will be the subject of most of the exam questions The review sheet is not intended to be a substitute for class attendance and may not contain 100 of the topics covered in class although nearly all the topics listed below will be on the exam If you cannot answer these questions you will not do well on the exam and need to invest more time in preparation Feel free to ask questions via email phone or before the exam on Monday Chapter 1 Explain the significance of peer review in science What are peer reviewed journals What is a hypothesis What are the characteristics of a good hypothesis Explain the difference between independent and dependent variables Be able to view an experiment description and recognize which variable is the dependent and independent variable Explain the difference between the control and experimental group Explain the concept of a placebo including why it is necessary List the levels of biological organization from largest to smallest atom molecule cell etc List the all the categories in taxonomy from largest to smallest Domain Kingdom Phylum etc Be able to answer questions such as Which are more closely related members of the same Kingdom or members of the same Family What is the smallest unit of life What organisms are found in each domain are they multi or unicellular What are the characteristics of living things How are scientific names written be able to recognize the two parts of scientific names What is the difference between natural selection and evolution Chapter 2 Define an atom Be able to explain all aspects of the subatomic particles of an atom including where each are located How many electrons are found on each shell or orbital What is atomic mass What is atomic number What is an isotope Oxygen has an atomic mass of 16 and atomic number of 8 how many neutrons does oxygen have How many partners can carbon form bonds with Define and explain covalent bonds hydrogen bonds and ionic bonds How can an atom become charged What is an ion How does an ion form Explain the concept of pH including what it measures how the scale works and what is an acid and base Which a solution with which pH has more hydrogen ions 5 or 7 Which pH 5 or 7 is more acidic What is the difference between polar and nonpolar covalent bonds What are the most common elements in living things What are the six properties of water we discussed What does it mean when we say water has a high heat capacity Why is water a good solvent What is cohesion What is adhesion If a neutral atom has an atomic number of 54 how many electrons does it have Why can water striders stand on top of liquid water Chapter 3 Remember only Chapter 3 material up to the four types of protein structure will be included the questions below cover material on the exam What are organic molecules Be able to recognize organic molecules if given the chemical formula for various molecules What are functional groups and what role do they play in biological molecules Describe the general composition of all biological molecules Answer They are all polymers composed of monomers What is a hydrocarbon How are biological formed what type of reaction is required How are biological molecules broken down reaction type How many partners can carbon form bonds with What are the four types of biological molecules What type of molecule forms cell membranes What characteristic of these molecules makes them well suited to this task What are the monomers that compose nucleic acids carbohydrates and proteins Nucleic acids actually are not on the exam but will be on Exam 2 What is the unifying feature of lipids What types of molecules fall into the lipid category steroids triglycerides etc What is a peptide A polypeptide How big are they relative to proteins What are the four components that project from the central carbon atom of an amino acid What is an R group of an amino acid What types of bonds hold amino acids together in a protein
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