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Unformatted text preview: Study guide chapter 1: Themes in the Study of Life Campbell et al. Biology. 8th ed. Study hint: Scan the chapter and start filling in the study guide before class. While working through this study guide, make a list of key term s in the right margin. Usually, these terms are boldfaced in the study guides or they appear in the referenced figures . Consult the glossary in the back of your textbook or on the companion website if you are not sure of definitions. Read pages 1-18 and the handout B iological Key Concepts (for lecture) and 19-26 (for lab). Be prepared to answer concept check questions (you can find answers to concept check questions in appendix A of Campbell et al. Biology ). Make note of any questions you have about the reading. Bring those questions to your discussion section on Thursday or Friday. I. Themes connect the concepts of biology 1. Key concept I: Sustaining and perpetuating life poses challenges for living entities. Use figure 1.3 to describe challenges and give examples for each. 2. Which of the properties described in figure 1.3 an be found in non-living entities? 3. Which characteristics common to all cells contribute to allowing cells to “perform all activities required for life” (p. 7-8)?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2009 for the course BIO BIO130 taught by Professor Goralka during the Spring '09 term at Diablo Valley College.
- Spring '09