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* BIO 2113 Final Exam Review * 1. What are the levels of biological organization? 2. What are the characteristics of life? 3. What are the components of a homeostatic control mechanism? 4. How are homeostatic control mechanisms controlled? 5. What is the difference between an atom, element, compound, molecule, and mixture, and how are they defined? 6. Define homeostasis 7. What are the “systems” of the body? 8. Define anabolism and catabolism 9. What are atomic number and atomic mass? 10. Which elements are the most abundant in the body? 11. Name the major planes and how they divide the body into different sections 12. What are the major cavities in the body and their subdivisions? 13. Name the abdominopelvic regions and quadrants 14. Know the surface area terms and the body areas they refer to. 15. Know the directional terms and how to use them correctly. 16. What are the major categories or organic molecules (macromolecules) in the body? 17. What are the building blocks of the macromolecules? 18. Know the difference between organic and inorganic compounds 19. Know the difference between acids, bases, and salts 20. What are the types of lipids? What are examples of where each type is found in the body? 21. What are the classes of carbohydrates? 22. List some of the functions of proteins 23. Know the major organelles in a cell and their functions 24. Name the types of cell connections that hold cells together in a tissue 1
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25. Name the types of cell extension found on some cells, and give an example of where they would be found in the body 26. What is the difference between active transport and passive transport in body cells? Give examples of each type of process. 27. What are the major processes involved in protein synthesis? Know the difference between transcription and translation.
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