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ExamI_fall_10_studyg - Study Guide For Exam I I Short answers One or more of these will be on your lecture exam They shouldnt be more than one word

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Study Guide For Exam I I. Short answers: One or more of these will be on your lecture exam. They shouldn’t be more than one word to 2-3 sentences 1. For each of the following themes Explain the meaning of the theme Give a specific example of that theme from the course material Explain how that example demonstrates that theme a) Form and Function b) Unity and Diversity of Life c) Laws of Chemistry and Physics 2. Outline the biological hierarchy from smallest unit (atom, molecule) to largest ( biosphere) with an example and a definition for each. 3. What is the difference between an organic and inorganic molecule? Give an example of each 4. Energy and matter a) Give 3 different examples of “matter”. Give two different examples of energy. b) Define a chemical bond and explain what they are used for in living organisms. 5. List all of the similarities between a bacterial cell and a mitochondrion. 6. Write out the pathway a protein takes from synthesis secretion from a cell. ( Just a list of the organelles, structures and a one or two word description of what each does. Don’t forget the cytoskeleton!) 7. For each of the following molecules describe the structure and mechanism by which it crosses the cell membrane: a) O2 b)Sugar c)amino acid d) K+ e)protein f)water 8. For each of the following factors, explain how it effects enzyme reactions a) Substrate concentration b) Temperature c) pH d) Inhibitors e) Cofactors and Coenzymes f) Membrane bound organelles in eukaryotic cells 9. a. Fill in the chart below of organelles OR
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B. make a drawing of a plant cell and a second drawing of an animal cell. Draw and label all the organelles in each cell. Next to each label write the function of the organelle Organelle/ Structure Function Made of? Found in Eukaryotes and/ or Prokaryotes Found in Plant and/or animals DNA Control function of cell, inheritance DNA Eukaryotes and prokaryotes Plants and animals Nucleus Rough ER Ribosomes Smooth ER Golgi Apparatus Lysosome Peroxisome Central vacuole Cytoskeleton Chloroplast Mitochondrion Plasma membrane Cell wall plants Cell wall bacteria
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II. Essay Questions: O NE OF THESE WILL BE ON YOUR LECTURE EXAM Write out the answers to the background questions – in italics below the question
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2010 for the course BIO 10 taught by Professor Fautley during the Fall '08 term at Santa Rosa.

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ExamI_fall_10_studyg - Study Guide For Exam I I Short answers One or more of these will be on your lecture exam They shouldnt be more than one word

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