Quiz 1 9-4-09 1. Technically speaking, a well stated hypothesis is one that can be _ . a. proven with data. b. disproven with data. 2. Which of these attributes is an indispensible characteristic of being alive? a. has tissues b. has organs c. movement d.
Chapter 1 (pp.3-20)
Overview of some bio- concepts & themes
Learning objectives: Explain the relationship between hierarchy and emergent properties. Understand the concept of reductionism and its usefulness in bioresearch. Know a mnemonic for remembering
Chapter 17 (pp. 344-346 in conclusion) Learning objectives: Define mutagen; mutation; point mutation Explain why point mutations are sometimes harmful, and sometimes harmless Be able to illustrate a frameshift mutation Chapter 18 (pp.351-356): Learning ob
Can uncoupling of electron transport and ATP synthesis ever be useful to an organism?
The answer is probably "Yes."
Such uncoupling can generate an energetically wasteful byproduct, heat. This occurs normally in many in hibernating animals, in newborn hum
Chapter 9 (pp.170-172) Aerobic Respiration - the Citric Acid Cycle Learning objectives: Describe the overall process of the citric acid/Krebs cycle. - Know what goes in and what comes out Compare the ATP production by glycolysis with that of the citric ac
Chapter 9 (pp.162-172) Cellular Respiration (aerobic respiration) Learning objectives Write the general reaction that depicts aerobic respiration Know how exergonic/endergonic rx, anabolic/catabolic rx, energycoupled processes and ATP/ADP relate to metabo
12-2-09 Quiz 13
1. Which cell cycle stage does not have chromatids? a. G1 e. two of these b. G2 c. M d. S
2. The mitotic spindle is made of _ that control movements of chromosomes, but cytokinesis is controlled by _ . a. microfilaments, microtubules b. mi
a. more b. less
1. Euchromatin is _ acetylated than heterochromatin.
2. The _ properties of the R groups in lysine and arginine account for DNA/histone interactions. a. polar b. non-polar c. basic d. acidic 3. An example of an epigenetic
True (a) or False (b): 1. If a RNA transcript reads 3UACGAA5, its DNA template strand will read 5ATGCTT3, and the DNA coding strand will read 3TACGAA5. 2. Beadle and Tatums hypothesis has been updated to: One gene one protein. 3. Transcri
Chapter 18 (pp.355-366) Gene regulation (continued) Learning objectives: Explain how catabolite activator protein (CAP) is a positive control for the lac operon
For eukaryotic cells
Know the stages in gene expression that can be regulated in eukaryotic c
Stages in gene expression that can be regulated in eukaryotic cells
1. 1. Chromatin modification Transcription (most common reg. point) RNA processing
4. 5. 6. 7.
RNA degradation Translation Protein modification Protein degradation
Chapter 18 (p.366-37
CH 369 Practice Exam 3
Name: _ eID _
Section I: 14 points (1 point each)
1. The transformation of a monosaccharide into its _ occurs easily and does not require the assistance
of a catalyst.
E) none of the above
Final exam 50405 (10AM class)
Tuesday 12-15-09 9 AM-12 noon PAI 3.02*
Chapter 18 (pp.376-377) Gene expression and cancer (concluding) ADDED: Chapter 19 Figure 19.6 (p.386) Learning objectives: Describe what is meant by the multistep model of
Chapter 12 (pp.228-243) Learning objectives:
Nuclear division (mitosis) and the cell cycle
Know the phases of the cell cycle Know the phases of mitosis and how/where chromosomes move Compare cytokinesis in animal and plant cells Describe the roles of mic
Chapter 20 (pp. 396-410) Biotechnology I Learning objectives: Describe the natural function of restriction enzymes and explain how they are used in recombinant DNA technology Outline the procedures for cloning a eukaryotic gene in a bacterial plasmid Desc
11-6-09 Quiz 10
a. Franklin b. Griffith c. Avery d. Meselson/Stahl e. Hershey/Chase 1. Demonstrated the DNA replication is semiconservative. 2. Obtained critical data that revealed the helical nature of the DNA molecule. 3. Used P and S radioisotopes to s
10-30-09 Quiz 9
1. In the absence of oxygen (fermentation), how much ATP/glucose is made by the citric acid cycle? a. 0 b. 4 c. 2 total d. 2 net e. 1 2. The movement of _ through _ directly provides energy for ATP synthesis. a. protons; ETC b. electrons;
Chapter 7 (pp. 138-139) Cell membrane functions (conclude) Learning objectives: Explain how bulk transport through the cell membrane is accomplished Chapter 11 (pp.206-225): Cell communication Explain the three stages of cell signaling: Reception, transdu
hapter 7 (pp. 129-139) Cell membrane functions earning objectives: Know the different functions provided by membrane proteins - Explain the different ways substances are moved across membranes by transport proteins Understand the importance of gradients;
Chapter 25 (pp.507-512) Early Life on Earth Learning objectives: Describe the four stages of the hypothesis for the origin of life on Earth by chemical evolution Describe the design and the significance of the Miller-Urey experiment
Terms to know include:
Chapter 5 (pp.86-90) For NUCLEIC ACIDS Learning objectives: Describe the: - elemental composition, - molecular structure/subunits - functions Describe the building-block molecules, structure, and biological roles of DNA Distinguish between: a. ribose and
Chapter 4 (pp.58-66) Carbon compounds Learning objectives: Understand the basis for carbons versatility Be able to recognize, name and draw major functional groups Be able to recognize, name and draw three types of isomers (structural, geometric, and enan
What is potential energy?
potential energy is the energy difference between the energy of object in a given position and its energy at a reference position.
It is called potential energy because it has the potential to be converted into other forms of ene