The densitllllr of gasoline is 0.?3 gme at 20 C. Jenny's car require. 16 gllons of gasoline to ll her
car's gstank. Hollllr much mass [in pounds of gasoline dog she need toll her tank? [Giurem 1 qt:
0.9445 1, 1 gallon = 4 qt, 1lb= 454 g, 1 m1: 1 1: 1c"3 1
Student Kit Materials:
Transcription and Translation
Materials and Equipment: Colored Paper, Scotch Tape.
From Gene to Protein Transcription and Translationi
From Gene to Protein via Transcription and Translationi
How do the genes in our DNA influence our characteristics?
A gene is a segment of DNA that provides the instructions for making a protein. Proteins influence
our characteristics. This chart shows an
Student Kit Materials:
Hydrion Spectral pH Paper
Dispenser (pH 1.0 to 14.0),
Safety Goggles (already
Hot or Boiling Water
Report Sheet- Please submit only this page (9). Do not submit
any other pages from this lab.
1. How did mutations affect the shape of a protein?
The mutations affect the shape of the protein by changing the sequence of bases
present during the exp
Report Sheet- Submit only this page
1. Use the information from page 1 to complete the figures below. Fill in the ovals with the appropriate
molecule. On the blank lines write the name of the appropriate process. In the boxes at the bottom of
the figure w
Review Week 7
To form the molecule below, dehydration takes place at C1 of the pentose ring and at an N-H hydrogen at position
_ of the purine base.
c. 9 Correct
CHEM115_Chapter13_Building Blocks of Nucleic Acids
Nucleic Acid Building Blocks
Identify the building blocks of nucleic acids
Building blocks to all living organisms
Made up of chains of nucleotide residues
Made up of
CHEM115_Chapter14_Electron Transport Chain4/9/2017
Electron Transport Chain & Oxidative
Describe how the products of the citric acid cycle are used by the electron transport chain and
Production of ATP
Identify the initial reactant and final products of glycolysis
Describe how this pathway is controlled
Glycolysis: breakdown of glucose
10-step linear pathway
In the cytoplasm of the
Describe the catabolism of triglycerides and the oxidation spiral
Describe how the oxidation spiral differs from fatty acid biosynthesis
Triglycerides are hydrolyzed to
Describe the makeup of triglycerides and list their biological functions
Made from three fatty acids and glycerol
Glycerol is a triol
Fats & Vegetable Oils
CHEM115_Chapter10_Reactions of Monosaccharides
Reactions of Monosaccharides
Explain what happens when a monosaccharide is reacted with H2 and Pt or with Benedicts
The C=O of an aldehyde or ketone with react with hydro
CHEM115_Chapter10_Monosaccharides in their Cyclic Form
Monosaccharides in their Cyclic Form
Define the term anomer
Describe the differences between pyranoses and furanoses
Describe the differences between and anomers
Explain what is me
Define primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary structure
Name the covalent and noncovalent forces responsible for each level of structure
Fibrous & Globular
Proteins are classi
Chapter1 Significant Figures The Atlantic Pacific Method
ignificant Figures: The Atlantic Pacific Method
Be able to identify the number of significant figures that a number has.
Certainty in Measurement
Determine how many digits should
The Factor Label Method
Be able to identify conversion factors and use them to convert from one unit to another.
Unit conversions allow us to convert the value of a
Be able to define the terms: mole and molar mass.
What is a Mole?
Atoms are extremely small and seldom dealt with one by one, so instead we use a unit called the mole.
Mole: number-related unit used for