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Practice guestions for BI 101 Lecture Exam #1
Introduction to Biology, Cell Types and Components, Cell Membranes, The Chemical Nature of Cells, Energy & Metabolism] Enzymes
NOTE: These questions are for practice purposes and are not al
Which of the following is an example of a polysaccharide?
a) glucose b) maltose c) fructose d) starch 9) sucrose
What name is given to the following reaction:
glycerol +fatty acid 9 monoglyce
Which is a function of the plasma membrane?
a) fat synthesis c) regulating the passage of materials into and out of the cell e) control center of the cell
b) intracellular digestion d) protein synthe
BIO 101 CLASS OUTLINE & NOTES
INTRODUCTION to class
' Course outline and discussion of objectives-um Syllabus
Relevance in todays world
Bio - ology
Study of life
Body of knowledge with - seeking truth
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-This source is reliable since it is Time Magazine, which is well known.
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Cause of Plague
1) The bite of an infected flea carried by a rodent or, rarely, other animals
2) Direct contact with contaminated tissues
3) In rare cases, inhalation of respiratory secretions from infected persons or animals.
1. Be able to use these terms correctly : - Entropy: tendency for organized systems to become disorganized unless energy is used to keep them organized. - Energy: the ability to do work Potential energy: stored energy/ chemical bonds can store energy Kine
1. What is a chromosome? A chromatid? A centromere? - Chromosome: DNA wrapped around histone proteins - Chromatid: each of the identical DMA molecules - Centromere: after replication, each chromosome has become a pair of identical long linear strands, hel
1. What is the cell theory? - Al living things are made of cells. - Cells are the loasic unit of life - All cells come from pr-existing cells 2. What properties do All cells share? - Cell membrane - Envelope around surface of cell - Separates in from out