1408 Final Exam Review - 1408 Final Review Know the basic...

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1408 Final Review Know the basic units of the metric system that are used for mass, volume, length, temperature Characteristics of living things. Understand the system of scientific naming and taxonomic classification. Define: homeostasis, hypothesis, theory, metabolism Know relationship of experiments to independent variable, dependent variable, control group, experimental group.. Know the types of chemical bonding, how they are formed, and relative strengths. Characteristics of water. pH as it relates to acids, bases, buffers, ions Understand carbon bonding that allows for chains and rings in organic compounds. Molecular components and functions of proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids. Know the cell theory. Differences between bacterial and eukaryotic cells - examples Function of each organelle within a cell; distinguish organelles within animal cells and plant cells Know the components and function of the plasma membrane. Understand the Fluid Mosaic Model -Why fluid? Why mosaic?
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