Research these questions and write a
(e.g. you may wish to include some
on a separate sheet of paper. Attach these answers to the Exam.
CHEM 241 A
Fall 2014 Test 1
Chapters 1-3 (3.4)
September 26, 2014
1. (16 pts) Write the systematic (IUPAC) name for the following two compounds.
2. (12 pts) A) Draw the two possible Lewis structures for N 2O (NNO). Include any formal charges where
Chapter 3.7-3.9, 4, 5 5.6, NMR
October 15, 2014
This test requires an accurate description of stereochemistry. Your answer
MUST show stereochemistry where important (3-dimensional or Fischer
projection). If no stereochemistry is sh
Concept 3.1 Nucleic Acids
B. Monomers 3 components
Reaction type =
D. DNA Structure
E. RNA Structure
F. DNA as an Informational Molecule
The Central Dogma of Biology
*A few terms &
BIOL 101 - WORKSHEET FOR EXPERIMENT II:
Sam Henson and Laura Thompson
Lab Section _Wed_
This worksheet is to be printed and submitted to the instructor at the beginning of your next lab
A. Fun with the variable Pipetman
1. For the P
BIOL 101 - WORKSHEET FOR EXPERIMENT VII:
METABOLISM OF CELLS: ANAEROBIC AND AEROBIC RESPIRATION
Name _Sam Henson_ Lab Section _Q_
This lab and worksheet have three parts. Parts A and B should both be completed before proceeding
to part C. Parts A & B can
Chapter 6 Metabolic Pathways Cellular Respiration
Explain the concept of coupling reactions.
o Coupling endergonic reactions with exergonic reactions.
Be able to tell what the letters ATP stand for (what are they an abbreviation of?)
o Adenosine Triphos
Chapter 8 Inheritance, Genes, Chromosomes
Differentiate between the 2 hypotheses of inheritance that were prevalent at the time of Mendels experiments
o Blending the offspring were a blend of the parents
o Particulate The offspring received part of the g
Concept 2.5 Energy & Metabolism (Intro)
III. Laws of Thermodynamics
A. 1st Law
B. 2nd Law
Concept 3.3 ENZYMES (Intro)
What are they?
What do they do?
I. More specifically, WHAT DO THEY DO?
Chapter 1 Principles of Life
Be able to distinguish between qualitative and quantitative data
o Qualitative descriptions
o Quantitative numerical measurements
Be able to distinguish between inductive and deductive logic
o Inductive make a general hypothes
Concept 2.5 Intro to Energy
Be able to distinguish between kinetic and potential energy
o Kinetic E of Motion
o Potential E at rest, due to position
Metabolism = _ + _
o Catabolism + Anabolism
Be able to distinguish between exergonic and endergonic che
Concept 3.2 Proteins
- In the video, we made a dipeptide.
- Continuing the process of adding
monomers to the chain.
D. Levels of Protein Structure
*Protein Structure depends on Amino Acid Sequence*
BIO SUMMARY STUDY GUIDE
Properties of H Bonding
o Surface Tension
Ring Structures of Carbohydrates
Atomic Number = Protons = Electrons (watch for +/-)
o Primary AA sequence and polypeptide chain
o Secondary H b
Genetics Final Vocab
Aneuploidy: chromosome number is not an exact multiple of the haploid number; create a genetic
imbalance; dosage compensation
Meiotic nondisjunction: failures in chromosome segregation during meiosis; responsible for trisomy
One question I get asked quite often as the final exam approaches is, How should I study for the
final? Unfortunately, there is no one good answer to this question because everyone learns a
little differently, studies a little differently, and has differe
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
SINGLE GENE EXTENSIONS
What is it?
Hybrid doesn't resemble either
Hybrid exhibits effects Common "wild" type allele, many rare types;
parent; phenotype an intermedi
Summary of Variations of multifactorial traits
Genes can interact to create a novel phenotype
The dominant alleles of two interacting genes can both be necessary for the production of a
One genes alleles can mask the effects of alle
Genetics Exam 2 Study Guide
Basis for Life
Structure is constant but information storage, expression and transmission to new
generations has evolved
o Can withstand temperature, pressure and humidity
Francis Crick: you have to un
Genetics Exam 31. What are the cis-acting elements? And what does cis-acting mean?
2. What are the trans-acting factors?
3. What are all of the basal factor elements and how do they assist basal transcription?
4. What are the 3 ways activators assist tran
Exam 4 study guide
1. What do restriction enzymes do? Where do they cut? What specifically do they cut? What are
the resulting pieces called? What is this process called? Where do restriction enzymes come
from? What are the outcomes?
2. RsaI is a four-bas