Biol 22 Lab Exam 1 Study Guide.pdf - Biol 22 Lab Exam 1 Study Guide Review lab PPTs and lab handouts and focus on the topics listed below Lab 1 Metrics

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Biol 22 Lab Exam 1 Study Guide Review lab PPTs and lab handouts and focus on the topics listed below. Lab 1: Metrics / Biochemistry Know base metric units, conversion between metric units and between lbs and Kg Atoms, elements, subatomic particles, atomic number, atomic mass, mass number, valence electrons, ions, isotopes, base, acid, buffer Electron shells, valence shells and bonding Covalent (polar and nonpolar), ionic and hydrogen bonds Identify biological molecules by their structure and function Lab 2: Colorimetric testing Identify the biological molecules in this lab and list the reagents that test for the presence of these molecules Know what the positive and negative tests are for each molecule Identify the biological importance of major organic molecules Terms: glycogenesis, glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis, cellular respiration and glycolysis
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  • Spring '17
  • Jennifer Gray
  • Atom, electron shells

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