Unit 1 DNA Replication Review
1. What are the 5 nucleotides that make up nucleic acid macromolecules?
-Thymine, cytosine, guanine, adenosine, uracil
2. Which nucleotides are the purines? Pyrimidines?
Purines- double ring structures. Adenosine and Guanine
Unit- 7: Patterns of inheritance
9. Linked: That means two genes, while they may be otherwise unrelated, are found
close together on the chromosome and therefore often 'stick with' each other during
meiosis, therefore if you inherit one of those genes you
Unit 4 Endocrine System Review
1. How is the nervous system similar to or different from the endocrine system?
The main difference between these two systems is that the nervous system co-ordinates
the body through electrical impulses whereas the endocrine
Unit 3 DNA Technology
1. How are papaya plants genetically engineered?
2. What are restriction enzymes (also called restriction endonucleases)? What type
sequence do they recognize?
3. Where did restriction enzymes come from originally and what was
Biology Lecture #2
What does polar and non-polar mean?
Polar is the sharing of two non-metal bonds that have different
electronegativity therefore have unequal sharing bonds. Ex water
Non-polar molecules are bond between two non met
Biology Lecture #1
September 03, 2014
The diversity of life
Biology is the study of living things
Living things are diverse
There are enough similarities among some living things that they can be
grouped into the same kingdoms
Categories are based On
MODULE 1 UNIT 3
Assignment Part A: Total 12 marks
Introduction to spectroscopy
In this assignment, you will study the basic principles of spectroscopy. You will learn to identify an unknown gas sample (e.g.,
hydrogen, helium, neon) by comparin