Bio Exam I review

Bio Exam I review - Introductory Biology I Biol 111...

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Introductory Biology I Biol 111 Beaster-Jones Fall 2010 Exam I Review Biochemistry and Cell Biology—key words and concepts (** not completely comprehensive, you are responsible for all lecture materials and assigned readings) Process of Scientific Inquiry (Chapter 1 pgs 1-5, 18-23) What is discovery science and how is it different from hypothesis based science? What is the difference between inductive reasoning and deductive reasoning? What is a hypothesis? What is a scientific theory? Self-quiz: pg 26-27 Chemical Context of Life (Chapter 2 pgs 31-43) Be able to define: element, compound, atom, proton, neutron, electron, atomic number, mass number, isotope, valence shell, covalent bond, ionic bond, polar, non-polar, electro-negativity, cation, anion, hydrogen bonds, hydrophobic interactions, reactants, products Sample questions: Element X has 8 protons and 10 neutrons. What is its mass number? How many electrons does this neutral element have? How is Carbon 14 different from Carbon 12? Sodium and chloride in table salt form ___________ bonds. Self-quiz: pg 45 Water and Carbon Chemistry (Chapter 3 and 4 pgs 46-56, 60-61, 63-65) What are some of the special properties of water? Define: molarity, mole, molar mass What is the definition of an acid? A base? What does pH represent?
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