MOL Study Questions - Classes 13, 14 & 15 (S11)

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V55.0310 NATURAL SCIENCE II: THE MOLECULES OF LIFE SPRING 2011 STUDY QUESTIONS – CLASSES 13, 14 & 15 These questions should be used to guide your studying for the course. Some questions address foundational knowledge and concepts, with important scientific terms highlighted in bold . Other questions ( written in italics ) identify certain skills that you should develop throughout the course. I recommend that you review these questions each week to ensure that you are keeping up with the course topics. It is also beneficial to write short answers to the questions in the spaces provided. You can use these answers as a study guide when preparing for exams. These questions are intended for your benefit and they do not need to be submitted as a class assignment. CLASS 13: DNA – The Molecule of Heredity (Part 1) Reading: Chapter 14 – DNA (pp. 1 - 15) DNA as the Unifying Principle of Life What are the three main kingdoms of life? What do all the organisms in these kingdoms share in common? What does this tell us about the early evolution of life?
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