BI0 151 CH 1
BI0 151 CH 1 BIO 151
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PARTIAL Study GuideExam 1 BIOL 172 Spring 2016 Chapter 1: Text: Figures 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 In Section 1.5 you are responsible for “The Nature of Science” and from the Null hypothesis through “Important Characteristics of Good Experimental Design”. You are not responsible for Scientific Names in Section 1.4 or the two experiments in Section 1.5. Blue Thread and Check Your Understanding Pasteur’s experiment (fig 1.2), end of Section 1.3, gene DNA sequences to determine diversity (fig 1.4), prokaryote and eukaryote cell size (fig 1.6), and end of Section 1.4 Summary of Key Concepts 15, of 5, including Blue Thread questions Test Your Knowledgequestions 15 Test Your Understandingquestions 1, 2, 5, 6 Applying Concepts to New Situationsquestion 14 Vocabulary: artificial selection inherited traits (heritable) cell natural selection cell theory null hypothesis conclusion phylogeny control(s) population domain prediction energy prokaryotic cell eukaryotic cell replication (properties of life) evolution results fitness species hypothesis tree of life information processing variation, genetic (Ch 7 on next page) 1 Chapter 7: Inside the cell Text: Figures 7.1, 7.3, 7.5, 7.6, 7.21. Summary tables: 7.1 (How do the structures of Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes differ) and 7.2 (Eukaryotic Cell Components) Sections 7.17.3. You are not responsible for figures 7.14, 7.15 or the accompanying text. You are also not responsible for “The Dynamic Cell” in Section 7.3 (although there are some very interesting facts that you might be interested in). Blue Thread and Check Your Understandingend of Section 7.2 and Fig 7.21 Summary of Key ConceptsKey 1 (of 4 total) Test Your Knowledgequestion 1 Test Your Understandingquestion 1 Vocabulary: cell wall mitochondrion centrioles morphology chloroplast nuclear envelope chromosome nucleoid cilium nucleus cytoplasm organelle cytoskeleton peroxisome cytosol photosynthetic membranes DNA plasma membrane endomembrane system plasmid endoplasmic reticulum (ER) ribosome flagellum rough ER gene smooth endoplasmic reticulum (smooth ER) Golgi apparatus vacuole lysosome 2 3
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