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Study Guide Test 2 - 16. What is a phospholipid 17. What...

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1. Difference between Element and Compound 2. Which four elements make up 96% of living matter 3. What is an atom made of 4. What is the atomic number of an atom 5. What does the electron shell of an atom mean in regards to energy 6. How many electrons can the 1 st , 2 nd , and 3 rd shell hold a. What makes an atom reactive, or inert 7. What is a covalent bond, ionic bond, polar covalent bond, and hydrogen bond 8. Know all the properties of water a. Cohesive behavior b. Define heat and temperature c. Define specific heat d. Define heat of vaporization e. Properties of water as a solid f. Know what a solvent, solute, and solution are 9. Define polymer and monomer 10. Define dehydration synthesis and hydrolysis 11. Know what a mono, di and polysaccharide is 12. Why cant humans break down cellulose 13. What is chitin 14. What are lipids 15. What makes a lipid saturated or unsaturated a. What do double bonds do to fatty acid tails
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Unformatted text preview: 16. What is a phospholipid 17. What are proteins made of 18. What determines the sequence of amino acids in proteins 19. What determines the shape of a protein 20. Know the four levels of protein structure 21. What is a nucleic acid, what is it made of 22. Know the differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells 23. Be able to label an animal cell and plant cell 24. Know the functions and characteristics of all organelles: a. Plasma membrane b. Nucleus c. Ribosome d. ER i. Rough ii. Smooth e. Golgi Apparatus f. Lysosomes g. Vacuoles h. Mitochondria i. Why does mitochondria have 2 membranes i. Chloroplasts j. Cytoskeleton k. Cilia and Flagella 25. Know the types of Cell Junctions a. Plasmodesmata b. Tight junctions c. Desmosomes d. Gap junctions...
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course BIO 301 taught by Professor Razi during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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