BIO202: EXAM #1
Cells and Cell theory
Homework #1: Multiple Choice
of the following is NOT a part of cell theory?
Cells are the basic unit of life
Every living organism is made up of many cells
All living organisms are made of one or mo
Describe the basic structure and chemical composition of a
Explain how monosaccharides are classified.
Define the following terms: pentose, hexose, aldose, and ketose, and
provide a specific example of each.
The diversity of live evolved over time by processes of mutation, selection, and
Darwins Theory of Evolution by natural selection was transformational in scientists
1) Which element is present in all organic compounds? *
2) What would have to happen in order for a polar covalent bond to form?
One atom would have to share electrons equally with another atom.
One atom would have
1) Which of the following correctly describes the sugar component of a nucleotide? *
It is a disaccharide.
It is a pentose.
It includes an amine functional group.
It is connected by the 1-position carbon to a phosphate functional group.
It is glucose.
1) Which of the following categories includes all others in the list? *
2) Which of the following carbohydrates is a primary metabolic fuel for humans? *
1) Which of these is an example of protein secondary structure? *
the overall three-dimensional shape of multiple polypeptide subunits when they are joined together
none of the answers are correct
2) Which best d
Bio 201 EC Essay
20 December 2016
Cannabis? Too Dangerous to Test.
There is a large debate up today what the best action is to take to reduce drug use in US
society. Some argue that the answer to legalize drugs and heavily t
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Exam 2 Microbiology:
Chemically defined (synthetic medium): medium whose exact chemical
composition is known- define each ingredient
Complex Medium: semi-defined, reserved for lab experimental work or growth
of autotrophic bacteria/fungi. Chemical comp
First Exam Study Questions
Chapter 4- Bacteria/Archaea
Bacteria- a catergory of procaryotes with peptidoglycan* in their cell walls
Peptidoglycan- A network of polyssaccharide chains cross linked by short peptides (links
Life in Water:
o Shallow water with hard bottom: kelp!
Associated communities that mimic the rain forest
Epibiota = organisms that live at the top on other organisms
Large carnivores eat sea urchins eat algae / kelp. Sustainable harv
Not _ fungi are decomposers. (Concept 31.1 Answered The Correct Answer: Saprobic
Not There is a fungus in Oregon that covers 890 hectares! The bulk of this Answered fungus is most likely _. (Concept 31.1 ) The Correct Answer:
1. Not Answered Which of the following is not a difference between algae and plants? (Concept 29.1 ) The Correct Answer: Plant cells have rigid cellulose walls, and algal cells do not.
Which of the following is not a hom
Chapter 27: Prokaryotes 1. Define the following: peptidoglycan A type of polymer in bacterial cell walls consisting of modified sugars cross-linked by short polypeptides Gram stain A staining method that distinguishes between two different kinds of
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