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BIO 311C Review of Major Topics for the Biology Final Page 1 of 2 Emily’s Final Exam Review: Monday, Dec 10, 2-4pm, ECJ 1.204 Beth’s Final Exam Review: Thursday, Dec 13, 4-7pm, Welch 2.256 No discussion sections on Thursday, Dec 6, or Friday, Dec 7 Final Exams (please confirm these dates, times, and locations on the UT website) 9am lecture – Saturday, December 15, 9am – 12noon, PAI 2.48 (Painter Hall) 1pm lecture – Friday, December 14, 9am – 12noon, WRW 102 (Woolrich Labs) Format will be similar to previous exams. Final exams are worth 200 points. Final exam covers: Campbell’s Biology Ch 2-10, 16, 17, pg 523-524, PLUS everything in lecture 1. Types of Chemical bonds a. Electronegativity, orbital shells b. Redox Reactions 2. Properties of water a. Polarity of Molecules, hydrophobic vs. hydrophilic b. Emergent Properties of water 3. Acids & Bases, pH Scale 4. Carbon Skeletons & Functional Groups a. Carbon Skeletons b. Functional Groups alter properties of carbon molecules 5. 4 Macromolecules a. Polymer structure, monomers, what bonds form which polymers b.
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