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by: Gay Heller

Laboratory BIO 1101

Gay Heller
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This 10 page Class Notes was uploaded by Gay Heller on Friday October 2, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIO 1101 at Appalachian State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/217683/bio-1101-appalachian-state-university in Biology at Appalachian State University.

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Date Created: 10/02/15
SI 13 October 8 2002 Review of October 7 2002 Vocabulary ENERGY METABOLISM POTENTIAL ENERGY KINETIC ENERGY EXERGONIC ENDERGONIC Review Questions 1 How is life defined 2 What type of reactions build up substances What type break them down 3 Put the First Law of Thermodynamics into your own words ie DON T LOOK IT UP IN THE GLOSSARY 4 Put the Second Law of Thermodynamics into your partner s words 5 What is needed to organize energy 6 Where do you find energy in molecules 7 How can endergonic and exergonic reactions be related in cells 8 TRUE 0R FALSE ATP produces energy 9 When the energy from ATP is used what is formed 10Compare and contrast phosphorylation with dephosphorylation 101502 Energy Review Terms you might want to know Anabolism intermediate Catobolism law of conservation of matter Coenzyme metabolic pathways Cofactor metabolism Energy carrier Substrate Inducedfit model Respiration Look at the review sheet you got in class This is what he expects you to know chemiosmosis NA DH gives ATP FADH gives ATP Introduction to Photosynthesis Plants photosynthesize light a This represents the of light 0 are particles of light They each have a certain amount of energy As the wavelength increases the energy SI 9 September 30 2002 Review of September 25 Vocabulary CELL MEMBRANE SELECTIVE PERMEABILITY PHOSPHOLIPID FLUID MOSAIC MODEL Review Questions 1 Name three purposes the plasma membrane serves 2 Use this chart to study the GENERAL molecules found in the cell membrane MOLECULE 39 FUNCTION PHOSPHOLIPID Regulates membrane fluidity Are the working molecules of the cell assist in transport of molecules across the membrane GLYCOPROTEINS GLYCOLIPIDS 3 Below draw a picture it doesn39t have to be a Rembrandt that would give someone a visual of The Fluid Mosaic Model concept and then a short written explanation Discuss such topics as structure of a phospholipid proteins aqueous environment etc SI 14 October 10 2002 Review of October 9 2002 Vocabulary ENZYME ALLOSTERIC CONTROL FEEDBACK INHIBITION ACTIVE SITE Review Questions 1 List the four characteristics of a enzymes will give you the rst one a may catalyze in both directions 2 Explain the induced t model of enzyme activation 3 What are three factors that effect enzyme activity 4 Explain how substrate concentration effects enzyme activity 5 Describe maybe draw a representation of how allosteric control works SI 20 November 5 2002 Review of November 4 2002 Vocabulary DENSITY DEPENDENT DENSITY INDEPENDENT KINETOCHORES METAPHASE PLATE Review Questions 1 De ne interphase G How much of the cell cycle is occupied with interphase What are the divisions Fill in each cell with chromosomes for each stage of interphase labeling chromosomes duplicated chromosome sister chromatids and centromeres 2 What occurs when check points of cell cycles fail 3 Fill in the circles for an organism 2n 4 for G1 GZ prophase metaphase anaphase and telophase List one major characteristic of each phase 0 SI 4 September 12 The one I missed cause I was on a field trip O Review of September 11 2002 Vocabulary Use your book or notes to de ne the following words ORGANIC CHEMISTRY SATURATED UNSATURATED HYDROCARBONS FUNCTIONAL GROUPS MACROMOLECULES Review Questions 1 Carbon is life s most signi cant element and is found in every organic compound What is the source of carbon s versatility 2 KNOW YOUR PREFIXES List the 10 pre xed below and what number of carbons they correspond with 3 Carbons linked together create a foundation that most organic molecular shapes are based on What is this foundation called 4 WHAT DOES THE SHAPE OF A MOLECULE DETERMINE 5 Draw the symbols of the functional groups listed below HYDROXYL KETONE AMINO ALDEHYDE CARBOXYL PHOSPHATE SI 5 September 17 2002 Review of September 16 2002 Vocabulary Use your book or notes to de ne the following words PEPTIDE BONDS DENATURATlON DNA RNA STEROL Review Questions 1 What is NOT a function of cholesterol A hormone formation B vitamin D formation C component of bile acids D All of the above are functions of cholesterol 2 Fill in the chart below MACROMOLECULE MONOMER BOND EXAMPLE CARBOHYDRATE LlPlD PROTEIN NUCLElC AClD 3 Draw the general structure of amino acids below 4 It is the amino group that gives an amino acid it s functionality TRUE OR FALSE SI1 September 3 Review of August 30 Vocabulary Book Definitions Look up these words in the glossary or text of your book BIOLOGY CELL ENERGY METABOLISM STIMULUS HOMEOSTASIS EUKARYOTE P RO KARYOTE Review Questions Your Definition Try to put these book de nitions into your own words 1 Give an example of ways you may encounter biology in your everyday life Maybe something BESIDES Dolly or Population growth O 2 Name three key concepts in biology 3 List the common characteristics of all life 4 Draw a ow chart for the organization found in nature Circle the place where true life begins on this chart SI 11 October 3 2002 Review of October 2 2002 Vocabulary amp Review Questions 1 The relative concentration of solutes of two solutions is called There are three levels of solute concentration a b C 0 2 There are three factors that in uence the rate of osmosis Define them below a hydrostatic pressure b osmotic pressure c aquaporins 3 After de ning the factors in number 2 describe below how a and b interact to in uence the rate of osmosis 4 Osmosis can affect plant and animal cells Name two affects for each type of cell PLANTS ANIMALS


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