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Learning Objectives Ch1-5 Exam 1 - General Biology I Kang...

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General Biology I Kang UHD Lecture Exam Review One (Chapter One to Five) There will be 50 multiple choice questions. Bring a 50 question scantron to the exam. I will not provide it. You will be sent to the book store to purchase one if you don’t have it. The exam is composed of mostly concept and definition questions (80%) and some application questions (20%). A bonus short-answer question from Chapter Five is also included. Study Guide: 1. Use the learning objectives below to guide your study. 2. Practice with Masteringbiology assignments, quizzes and the jeopardy review questions. (You will not get the same questions) 3. You don’t need to know everything in the book, but anything in the powerpoint slides is within the scope of the exam. 4. Form a study group. Chapter One 1. Identify elements of scientific methods and the differences between inductive and deductive reasoning. 2. Briefly describe the unifying themes that characterize the biological sciences. 3. Diagram the hierarchy of structural levels in biological organization. 4. Explain how novel properties of life emerge from complex organization. 5. Describe the two major dynamic processes of any ecosystem. 6. Name two characteristics shared by all cells. 7. Distinguish between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. 8. Describe the basic structure and function of DNA. 9. Explain the importance of regulatory mechanisms in living things. Distinguish between positive and negative feedback. 10. Distinguish among the three domains of life. List and distinguish among the three kingdoms of multicellular, eukaryotic life. 11. Explain the phrase: “life’s dual nature of unity and diversity”. Explain how evolution accounts for the unity and diversity of living things.
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