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bio 110 week 1-2 notes/study guide

by: Hannah Byron

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i treated Dr. Griffards study guide as a question answer forum and explained the material on the study guide in basic terms
General Biology
Dr. Griffard
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Water, hydrogen bonds, Biology, struture, atoms, hypothesis




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Hannah Byron on Monday September 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Biology 110 at University of Louisiana at Lafayette taught by Dr. Griffard in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see General Biology in Biology at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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Date Created: 09/12/16
Biology 110 notes #1 (study guide)  First test is chapters 1-4 These notes are from chapter 1-2 Chapter 1:  Explain how life can be viewed at different levels of complexity. What this means is basically knowing that the most basic unit of life is a atom, then a molecule, then macromolecules, then cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organism, etc.  How researchers study biology at different levels is literally how biologist collect data and information. For example, if a researcher is studying an atom, they will use a microscope  Discovery-based science: a discovery about something is made (assumption or idea is made from a discovery)  Hypothesis testing: there is s testable idea or assumption made and someone decides to prove or disprove the assumption or idea  For both of these I think of the sword fish example the discovery about the sword fish could lead to a hypothesis testing  if something involves life at all it is considered biology  hypothesis:  theory:  law: chapter 2:  when you relate atom structure to the periods table I think of how all of the atoms on the same row have the same number of valance electrons  to compare and contrast the types of atomic interactions you must be able to identify: ionic and covalent bonds. Covalent bonds can either be polar or unipolar. And you must also understand hydrogen bonds.  Ionic bonds are not strong in biology because all life comes from and happens in water  Waters ability to break and form hydrogen bonds (polarity of the bonds) allows for adhesion, cohesion, dehydration and hydrolysis  Hydrophilic- water loving  Hydrophobic- water hating  Amphipathic- one end of molecule is water loving and another end is water hating (this is how soap works)  Electronegativity is the when one atoms pulls more electrons towards its nucleus more than the other atom in a covalent bond (if a picture is given to you and the nucleus of the atoms is more towards the electrons than the other atom, the one with the moved nucleus is the more electronegative one)


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