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BIO 100 Exam 2 Study Guide Exam Information Exam 2 covers lesson 7-12. Before you click the assessment link to take the exam, note the following: Make sure you have the password. Once you click the link, you will be reminded that you are allowed only one attempt to take the exam. Clicking OK also means that you agree that you are using a PC and Internet Explorer. Once you click OK, it is considered an attempt. You must take the exam. The exam is timed. You will have 40 minutes for part 1 and 40 minutes for part 2. You must take both exams in one sitting. In other words, you cannot take part 1 on Friday and then part 2 the next day. Failure to take the exam in one sitting results in an automatic zero. Study Tips Biology consists of many terms and concepts to remember. To help you learn the terms, I suggest making flash cards. Some advice for the flash cards: Make cards for the vocabulary terms. Include diagrams when possible. Create cards for concepts that involve “lists”. For example, make a flash card that asks for the characteristics of life, the steps of the scientific method, etc. In addition, make sure you: Label diagrams (e.g., parts of the plant, cell, etc.) Take the practice quizzes and work through the activities in Mastering Biology. Read through the previous postings and lessons. Objectives, Concepts, and Key Words For exam 2, you should be able to address the objectives, concepts, and key words from lessons 7-12. Lesson 7: Objectives: 1. Describe the basic structure of a chromosome. 2. Explain why it is necessary for mitosis to result in identical daughter cells. 3. Describe the cell cycle. 4. Describe the events that occur in each phase of mitosis. 5. Define the term cytokinesis and describe the event in an animal cell and a plant cell.
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6. Explain what causes a cell to grow uncontrollably. 7. Define the following terms: tumor, cancer, benign tumor, malignant tumor, and metastasis. 8. Define the following terms: sex chromosomes, autosomes, somatic cells, gametes, diploid, and haploid. 9. Describe the events that occur in each phase of meiosis. 10. Explain the similarities and differences between mitosis and meiosis. Concepts: 1. Define the term daughter cell. 2. Name the three functions of mitosis. 3. Differentiate between asexual and sexual reproduction. 4. Describe the structure of a chromosome. 5. List and describe the events that occur during each phase of mitosis. 6. Compare and contrast cytokinesis in animal and plant cells. 7. Explain how disruptions in the cell cycle relate to cancer. 8. List and describe cancer treatment options. 9. Differentiate between a somatic and sex cell. 10. List and describe the events that occur during each stage of meiosis I and meiosis II. 11. Define the term homologous chromosome. 12. Define the terms haploid and diploid. 13. Contrast the processes of mitosis and meiosis with respect to the number of chromosomes that result. 14. Explain how independent assortment and crossing over contribute to genetic diversity.

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