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Exam 1 Study Guide Bio Sci 93 Fall 2017 Exam 1 will be held in class on Friday October 20 Exam 1 is worth 200 points (20% of your grade). The exam will contain 22 multiple-choice questions. There will be at least one question associated with each learning objective for lessons 1 to 8. You will have 45 minutes to complete the exam. Scantrons will be provided, but please bring a No. 2 pencil. No cell phones, notes, or books are allowed. Exam 1 will cover the following lessons: Lesson Number ___Date__ ___Topic___ 1 Oct 2 Scientific method 2 Oct 4 Molecules and bonds 3 Oct 6 Biomolecules 4 Oct 9 Membrane structure 5 Oct 11 Membrane transport 6 Oct 13 Cytoskeleton 7 Oct 16 Organelles 8 Oct 18 Cell communication Below is a list of all of the learning objectives from the above lessons. If you can do all of the things on this list, you will do well on the exam. 1.1 – Apply the scientific method to real-life situations 1.2 – Design an experiment to test a hypothesis 1.3 – Analyze data and draw conclusions from bar graphs 2.1 – Determine molecular characteristics (polarity, bond type, etc) in molecular drawings 2.2 – Compare and contrast covalent, ionic, and hydrogen bonds 2.3 – Use the pH scale to compare and contrast acids and bases 2.4 – Analyze data and draw conclusions from scatter plots 3.1 – Identify functional groups and explain how they affect molecular properties 3.2 – Explain how biomolecules are built up and broken down by chemical reactions 3.3 – Compare and contrast the structures, functions, and special characteristics of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins 4.1 – Describe the structure and function of the plasma membrane 4.2 – Predict the fluidity and permeability of a plasma membrane given several factors 4.3 – Analyze and draw conclusions from scatter plots with multiple sets of data 5.1 – Compare and contrast diffusion, facilitated diffusion, osmosis, active transport, endocytosis, and exocytosis 5.2 – Predict how a molecule will cross a plasma membrane given a molecule’s properties 5.3 – Explain how tonicity affects cell function 6.1 – Determine the best type of microscopy to use to view certain cellular structures
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