Test 1 Review Sheet

Test 1 Review Sheet - Test 1 Review Sheet *This is what I...

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Test 1 Review Sheet *This is what I think is important from chapters 1-3, 13, and 14. Dr. Rothschild has not looked at this and it may not be all inclusive of questions that may appear on the test. * At the end of each chapter there is a page called essential concepts: I think these are very helpful in picking out the main ideas of each chapter. Chp1 Cells come in many varieties which have different features, functions, and chemical requirements. The Central Dogma: DNA - transcription - RNA - translation – Protein DNA mutation can be favorable or detrimental Cell division The size of the organelles and cell structures relative to each other ( example increasing in size: atoms - DNA – ribosome- mitochondria – cell) Cells are dynamic: they constantly move, communicate, and change Prokaryotes vs Eukaryotes ( look at the table that was in the posted power point for chapter 1) Prokaryotes o Bacteria and archaea o No nucleus or organelles (this does not mean that they don’t have DNA) o Relatively small o Reproduce quickly o Highly diverse Eukaryotes o Organelles (know the characteristics and functions of each) o Endosymbiosis
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