Bio 1A Lect 1 Quiz Answers

Bio 1A Lect 1 Quiz Answers - science. It is subject to...

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Bio 1A Lect 1 Quiz Answers 80 Adhesion arranged atoms Biology calcium carbon cells chemical Cohesion disciplines ecosystems electropositive elements environment Evolution Genome hydrogen iodine joule living matter modified descendents multidisciplinary non-biological organisms phosphorous physical potassium shorter system temperature transport of water water yellowish 1) Evolution  is the process of change that transformed life on Earth.  Biology  is the scientific study of life, an incredibly broad 2) The  biological hierarchy  goes in this order: the biosphere,  ecosystems , communities, populations,  organisms , organs/o 3)
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Emergent  properties result from the arrangement/interaction of parts in a system. In terms of biology, this arises from the o 4) system  is a combination of components that function together. In terms of biology, this constructs  models  for dynamic be 5) Biology is a  multidisciplinary
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Unformatted text preview: science. It is subject to physical and chemical laws. All organisms are composed of matter 6) About 25 elements are essential to life. 96% of living matter is made of carbon , hydrogen , oxygen , and nitrogen . Most of 7) Water is the biological medium of Earth; most cells are surrounded by an aqueous environment and cells themselves are a- Hydrogen bonding results in long network of interactions and chains- Hydrogen bonds are relatively weak, but in large amounts they become strong. 8) Water has four properties that facilitate environment for life. Cohesion is a phenomenon in which water molecules are held 9) We use the Celsius scale to measure temperature. A calorie is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 1g...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2010 for the course BIO 1A taught by Professor Schlissel during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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