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hierarchy of life flow of energy in ecosystems evolution and natural selection What is a hypothesis? 4 most common elements in living things atomic weight, atomic number, mass number what makes an element more or less chemically  reactive types of chemical bonds solutions, solvents, solutes polar vs. nonpolar water as a solvent pH important qualities of a carbon atom isomers, isotopes the functional groups (by letters) polymer chemistry and monomers of main types  of molecules four levels of protein structure structure of DNA plasma membrane structure and function osmosis and other types of transport potential vs. kinetic energy catabolism, anabolism, endergonic, exergonic enzyme structure, function, and specificity types of microscopes and their relative  magnification and resolution parts of prokaryotic/eukaryotic cells and their  functions differences between plant and animal cells
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course BIOL 1005 taught by Professor Mvlipscomb during the Spring '07 term at Virginia Tech.

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