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Final Exam Review

Final Exam Review - BSC 1005L Final Study Guide(test...

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BSC 1005L Final Study Guide (test: 04/18/08) Biology – Unicellular - Multicellular - Eukaryotic - Prokaryotic - 7 Characteristics of Life : Kingdoms of Life (characteristics and examples): Monera ( bacteria ) - Protista ( protozoans and algae ) – Fungi - Plantae - Animalia - Microscopes ( purpose ): Compound light microscope - Dissecting microscope - Scanning electron microscope - Transmission electron microscope - Major parts of compound light microscope: How a wet mount is prepared: Why stains are sometimes used in microscopy: Resolution - BSC 1005L Final Study Guide (test: 04/18/08)
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Magnification - Calculating magnification 3 parts of Cell Theory : Characteristics of all cells: Parts of a cell and functions of organelles: Cell ( plasma ) membrane - Ribosome - Golgi complex - Mitochondria - Chromosomes - Nucleus - Lysosomes - Endoplasmic reticulum - Similarities and differences between plant and animal cells : Similarities and differences between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells : DNA ( structure, function, electrical charge ): Discovered DNA: Scientific Method ( used for and steps ): Mitosis stages ( asexual reproduction ): Differences between meiosis and mitosis ( number of divisions, resulting daughter cells) : BSC 1005L Final Study Guide (test: 04/18/08)
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