Study Guide: Unit 3
Draw a cartoon of a phospholipid bilayer membrane and describe its chemical properties.
Make predictions about the speed at which different molecules will cross biological membranes
based on their chemical properties.
Explain why an en
Study Guide: Unit 4
Describe the process of DNA replication, including a description of the necessary factors and
their specific functions.
Predict how disrupting a part of the replication machinery would affect DNA synthesis.
Design primers to amplify a
Study Guide: Unit 6
Determine whether a molecule is being reduced or oxidized.
Explain how energy can be stored and transformed into different forms of energy.
Explain where energy is stored at each step of cellular respiration.
Predict the effect of drug
Study Guide Unit 2
Compare and contrast the structure and function of RNA and DNA
Describe the process of transcription and translation, including a description of the necessary
factors and their specific functions
Compare and contrast transcription in pr
Study Guide: Info Flow III
You should be able to:
1. Draw a cartoon of a phospholipid bilayer membrane and describe its chemical properties.
a. Cartoon: separate paper
b. Chemical Properties
i. Hydrophilic head, hydrophobic tail
ii. Selectively permeable
KEY KEY KEY KEY KEY
Note: Colored pens/
pencils will be helpful!
This shows the black
molecule expanded at
two levels of detail:
Each color reactant in the test tube is
Here are two models of cells from the same pa5ent. The boKom cell shows the results of a
small set of all possible muta5ons: these muta5ons contributed to a cancerous
Lab 2: Ideal Gas
Purpose: To confirm Boyles law by determining the relationship between pressure and volume for the
situation in which pressure is increased.
According to Boyles law, pressure and