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1406: Study Guide for Final Exam General Biology I
1. List the classification hierarchy from the largest category to the smallest, and visa-versa.
1. Species, Genus, Family, Order, Class, Phylum, Kingdom, Domain
2. Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, F
TOPIC 10: MENDELIAN GENETICS
OBJECTIVES: After completing this exercise you will be able to:
1. Define true-breeding, hybrid, monohybrid cross, diploid, haploid,
genotype, phenotype, dominant, recessive, complete dominance, homozygous,
Metric units of length measurement most commonly used in biology include the meter
(m), centimeter (cm), millimeter (mm), micrometer (m), and nanometer (nm). See Table
How many cm are in a meter? _100cm_ How many mm are in a centi
THE HIERCHY OF STUDY
Organs and Organ System
-result from the arrangement and interaction of parts w/in a system
Outline the steps of the Central Dogma.
-DNA is the genetic material
-DNA directs which proteins the cell produces
-But, DNA remains in the nucleus of eukaryotic cells
-Proteins are produced on the ribosomes in the cytoplasm
-RNA is found in th
Identify the three parts of a nucleotide.
-nitrogenous bases (nitrogen containing), double stranded
-pentose sugar (deoxyribose)
Identify the 4 nucleotide base constituents of DNA.
List the classification hierarchy from the largest category to the smallest, and
LEAST TO COMPLEX
Define: operon, gene regulation
-Operon is the entire stretch of DNA that includes the promoter, operator, and the genes
that they control, SAME promoter.
-Gene regulation Distinguish between repressible and inducible operons.
Topics for Chapter 16: Development, Stem cells, and Cancer
Differentiation the process by which cells become specialized in structure and function.
Morphogenesis encompasses the processes that give shape to the organism and its various
Chapter 13 Topics
3 parts of a nucleotide.
-1) a five carbon ribose sugar
-2) a phosphate molecule/group
-3) one of four nitrogenous bases: adenine, guanine, cytosine or uracil
-The sugar molecule has a central position in the nucleotide, with the base
Chapter 4: Cell Theory
List the three statements of the Cell Theory of Life.
1. All living things are composed of cells
2. The cell is the smallest unit of life.
3. New cells arise only from pre-existing cells.
Contrast Prokaryotic and Eukar
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From triple bond to. (single bond/ double bond/ etc.)
and sometimes, CO2
From double bond to
Classical music is very inspirational and it can transform you in many ways. The melody,
rhythm and harmony of classical music often gives a soothing and relaxing feeling which would
often make you meditate or fall asleep. The way you view classical music
Lab 1-Introduction to Science
Name: Cassandra Martin
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Dissolved oxygen is oxygen that is trapped in a fluid, such as water. Since virtually
First Pre-Lab Assignment
This assignment must be completed before you can do any of
the lab assignments for the course
(10 points possible)
1) Submit a digital image of you and the inside cover of your lab kit (see
exhibit A below. Make sure that your cod
For Nucleic Acids
4.i. Identify the three parts of a nucleotide
4.ii. List and describe the function of four types of
Four Protein Level Structures:
1.The primary structure of a protein is its unique sequence of amino acids.
Identify Gregor Mendel and his contribution to Biological Theory.
developed two theories. Law of Segregation and Law of independent
Law of Segregation- Mendels first law, stating that the two alleles in a
pair segregate (separate from eac
Describe and identify the structure and identify the function of the following cellular
Nucleus- contains most of the cells genes
Nucleolus- non membranous structure involved in the production of ribosomes; a
nucleus has one or more nuclei.
List and describe three general forms of natural selection.
Stabilizing Selection- The extremes are selected against.
Example: height; mostly beings tend to the average height- not too many really short ones
or really tall ones.
Directional selection- One
Given a sequence of DNA predict the product of replication based on Watson and Crick
base pairing rules.
Outline the steps of the Central Dogma
Describe a nucleotide of RNA.
List and describe the role of three types of RNA.
Given a sequence
Describe the cellular response to the following osmotic solutions:
Isotonic- Referring to a solution that, when surrounding a cell, causes no net movement
of water into or out of the cell.
Hypertonic- Referring to a solution that, when surrounding a cell,