Lab Practical Review Part 1
1. Know what the Benedicts, iodine, Sudan III and biuret tests specifically test for
(you dont need to be able to distinguish between the different polysaccharides
for the iodine test).
2. Know the molecular basis (what reactio
Name: _ Date: _ Period: _
AP Biology: Immune System WebQuest
In this webquest, you will explore how the human body protects itself from invaders through three lines of defense. You
will be going to different websites to see videos, animations, and image
Which of the following is a commercially used method for harvesting trees and is most likely to
lead to a fragmented landscape with serious impacts on biodiversity?
a. Selective cutting
c. Shelter-wood cutting
d. Slash and burn clearin
1409 Exam 2 Review
Classification of the living world (D,K,P,C,O,F,G,S)
Parts of a virus
3 types of
1. How is the information encoded in DNA actually used by organisms?
-The information in DNA is transcribed to RNA and then translated into protein
2. Emergent properties of living systems are defined as properties that _.
-are due to the arrang
1.A pandemic differs from an epidemic in what way?
-A pandemic is a global epidemic
2. Capsid proteins and nucleic acid molecules are formed into virus particles _.
-by spontaneous self-assembly
3. A provirus is defined as _.
-DNA synthesized from a
1. A linkage map _.
-orders genes on a chromosome based on recombination frequencies
2. Queen Victoria was a carrier of a recessive sex-linked allele for hemophilia. Which of the
following possibilities could explain the presence of the hemophilia a
1. DNA polymerase adds nucleotides to the _ of the leading strands and to the _ of
the lagging strands (Okazaki fragments).
-3' end; 3' end
2. What enzyme joins Okazaki fragments?
3.What is the major difference between bacterial chromoso
1. A stretch of bacterial DNA 600 nucleotides long can code at most for a polypeptide of how many
2. The type of mutation responsible for sickle-cell anemia is _.
-both a point mutation and a nucleotide-pair substitution
3. A nucle
1. The first mammal cloned from an adult cell was a _.
2. Which of the following cells is totipotent?
-Plant root cell
3. How do the cellular processes of determination and differentiation differ?
-Determination is the process by which a cell
1. In the control of gene expression in bacteria, a regulatory gene _.
-All of the listed responses are correct.
2. In E. coli, tryptophan switches off the trp operon by _.
-binding to the repressor and increasing its affinity for the operator
1. When chloroplast pigments absorb light, _.
-their electrons become excited
2. Rubisco is _.
-the enzyme in C3 plants that first captures CO2 to begin the Calvin cycle
3. In photosynthesis, plants use carbon from _ to make sugar and other organic m
1.In an experiment, mice were fed glucose (C6H12O6) containing a small amount of radioactive
oxygen. The mice were closely monitored, and after a few minutes radioactive oxygen atoms
showed up in _.
2. Which of the following best desc
1. Synapsis occurs during _.
2. Which of the following statements best describes the advantage that sexual reproduction likely
provides over asexual reproduction?
-Although energetically more costly than asexual reproduction, sexual rep
1. How does codominance at the molecular level help to explain why evolutionary processes
haven't resulted in the elimination of the sickle-cell allele among people of African descent?
-Heterozygous Individuals have both normal and sickle-cell hemogl
1. A cell entering mitosis with 32 chromosomes will produce daughter cells with _.
-None of the listed responses is correct
2. During interphase, the genetic material of a typical eukaryotic cell is _.
-dispersed in the nucleus as long strands of chr
1.Which of the following statements about passive transport is correct?
-Passive transport involves movement of solute in both directions across a membrane,
but with a new movement of solute down its concentration gradient.
2.Which of the following p
1.Organisms are described as thermodynamically open system. Which of the following
statements is consistent with this description?
-Organisms acquire energy from, and lose energy to, their surroundings.
2.What do the sign and magnitude of the G of a
1. Cilia and flagella move due to the interaction of the cytoskeleton with which of the following?
2. Which of the following correctly compares the extracellular matrix (ECM) of animal cells to
cell walls of plant cells?
1. What do Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and mad cow disease have in common?
-All have been associated with the buildup of misfolded proteins.
2. On the basis of the principle of complementary base pairing, you would expect the percentage of
_ in an indivi
1. Ionic bonds form as a result of _.
-Attraction between ions that have opposite charges.
2. You can fill a glass of water to just slightly above the rim without it spilling over. What property of
water best explains this phenomenon?
Starch Lab Report 1
Iodine Test for Starch
February 2, 2017
Starch Lab Report 2
This lab report presents multiple experiments to test for the presence of starch. Starch is an odorless
Type of Bond
What do I eat to
WORKS OUT: Cellular
1. Muscles aren't everything. The heart and lungs are part of the team." In other words, the muscular
system works with the _ and _ systems.
2. Why does Ms. Frizzle lose the rowing race after Ralphie tel
I remember that Enzymes are _
I remember that Enzymes are like a car key
Using a key takes _ energy than breaking in.
My key works on _ _. Like each enzyme is _ to its substrate.
My key is _. I dont need a new one each time I start my