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Biology Chapter 2 Study Guide Fall 2017 This study guide is a tool to help you study. However, there will be material that is not in this guide on the test. If you have any questions, please ask Ms. Saint-Aubin. 1. Matter 2. Atom 3. Element 4. Energy 5. Temperature 6. Entropy 7. Physical change 8. Chemical change 9. Bond 10.Compound 11.Molecule 12.Dissolving 13.Acid 14.Base 15.Diffusion 16.Reactant 17.Product 18.Catalyst 19.Enzyme 20.Inhibitor 21.Polar 22.Cohesion 23.Adhesion 24.Organic compound 25.Carbohydrate 26.Sugar 27.Lipid 28.Amino acid 29.Nucleotide 30.
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31.Review: 32.2A Matter, Energy, and Life What is matter, and what is it made of? What is energy, and how do living things get it? What’s the difference between a physical and a chemical change?
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