FinalSG - BSC-1005L FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE The BSC 1005 Lab...

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BSC-1005L FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE The BSC 1005 Lab Final Is Comprehensive, And Covers All Labs. The Exam Is Composed Of 80 Multiple Choice Questions (1 Pt. Each) And 8 Short Answer/Essay Questions Of Which You Choose 5 To Answer (4 Pts. Each). There Are 4 Different Versions Of The Exam. Biology-the study of life Terms: unicellular, multicellular, eukaryotic, prokaryotic know the Characteristics of Life: presence of carbon, organization & complexity, metabolism, homeostasis, response to stimuli, reproduction, and growth know the Five Kingdoms of Life: monera (bacteria), protista (protozoans & algae), fungi, plantae, animalia; common examples and characteristics of each know the Types of microscopes: compound light microscope (used in lab), dissecting microscope, scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope know for what purposes compound light, dissecting, transmission and scanning (electron) microscopes are used know the Major parts of compound light microscope (fig 1.1), and what each part does -how a wet mount is prepared, -why stains are sometimes used in microscopy Terms: resolution and magnification, and how to calculate magnification know the 3 parts of the cell theory all living organisms are composed of cells, cell is the basic functional unit of living organisms, all cells arise from previously existing cells know the Characteristics of ALL cells: DNA/genetic material, cell membrane, cytoplasm know the parts of a typical cell and the function of major cellular organelles, (table 2.1, figure 2.4) such as: cell (plasma) membrane; ribosomes; golgi complex; mitochondria; chromosomes; nucleus; lysosomes; endoplasmic reticulum; etc. know the similarities and differences between plant and animal cells know the similarities and differences between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells know what DNA is, and major characteristics (structure, function, electrical charge, etc.) know who determined the structure of DNA. know the stages of mitosis ( asexual reproduction) what takes place during each step. also know the differences from meiosis regarding: number of divisions; resulting daughter cells; etc. know the stages of meiosis ( sexual reproduction) what takes place during each step. also
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