Study guide exam I 2008

Study guide exam I 2008 - Study guide By160 Exam I When...

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Study guide By160 Exam I When studying for this exam, look at the points and study items that are related to the topic so you will know the terms that are associated with the point. Each of the topics on the study guide are related to questions on the exam so there will be no additional “surprises” on the exam. Some of the topics are more specific than others but this is likely to reflect the specificity of the question. There will be 30 short answer questions and 10 multiple choice on the exam. Remember questions may ask for reasons why something is happening rather than just a group of facts that describe the event or structure (similar to questions on the homework). -Know how hydrogen bonds form. -Know the common characteristics of biological macromolecules -Know why lipid bylayers are formed -Know why beta-pleated sheets form stable structures -Know which atoms are the most common in biological structures -Know how radioactive materials are used in biology -Know what drives chemical reactions
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