Cell Bio Exam 1 Study Guide
Scientific Method: observation, hypothesis, prediction, experimentation,
Hypothesis: a proposed explanation, can never be proved
Theory: an explanation for a very general class of phenomena or observations
Things to know/do/recognize/draw/etc.
Order the levels of organization relevant to this course
(cells down to particles) when provided the list. Be able to
recall and list the levels of organization and define them.
Be able to recognize the levels of the
Bio Test 1 Study Guide (PP Notes)
Independent variable: experimenter controlled; variable being tested.
Controlled Variables: variable that are the same in both the experimental and
Dependent variable: variable that you measure; outcome.
no gametes. preexisting cell divides into two new ones
chromosomes that are not sex chromosomes
female gamete that is very large and nonmotile
in flowering plants, the female gametophyte tha
Lab Practical Study Guide
Bacterial and Yeast culture techniques
through successive streaking, cells on a plate are diluted until a single colony is
isolated. Single colonies come from one single cell and represent a genetically
REDOX & RESPIRATION I
Photosynthesis - generates O2 and organic molecules
Mitochondria then use this for cellular respiration
respiration generates ATP, CO2 and H2O as waste
Catabolic Pathways- release stored energy by breaking down complex
October 23, 2012
DNA History/Structure, Replication, Transciption, and Translation Study Guide
History of DNA
Mendel- father of genetics, studied pea plants to observe reproducible patterns-said
distinct factors of inheritance, genes?
Functional Groups - Hydroxyl - Car b o n yl - Car boxyl - Amino - S ulfhy dr al - Pho s p h a t e
Func tion al gr o u p s giv e m ol e c ul e s di s tin c tiv e c h e mic al p r o p e r ti e s Macromolecules - Car b o h y dr a t e s - Lipid s - Nucl eic A
Autotrophs vs. Heterotrophs
the producers of the biosphere
almost all plants are photoautotroph
the consumers of the biosphere
live on compounds produced b