Just know the hierarchy of biological organization B.E.C.P.O.O.T.C.O.M.
Chapter 2: The Atom
Know everything about CHON
Electron (e-) has a negative charge. Resides in electron shells/cloud outside of the nucleus.
Mass = 1/20
Study the power points! Use the book as a reference to increase your understanding
of concepts. Know this study guide well and you should do well on the exam. Also
know main diagrams out of book.
Chapter 6: The cell
Know the differences and simila
Biology 1610 Test 4 Study guide
Chapter 14: Mendelian genetics (For example genetics problems please review the practice
Know how to do Punnett squares!
Mendels law of independent assortment: Occurs in metaphase I, deals with genes that are
STUDY MAIN DIAGRAMS IN TEXTBOOK
Chapter 6: The cell
Know the differences and similarities between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells
o Eukaryotes Have a true nucleus, linear DNA, membrane bound
o Prokaryotes Have circular DNA, dont have membran
Biology 1610 Test 3 Study guide
Study the power points! Use the book as a reference to increase your understanding of
concepts. Know this study guide well and you should do well on the exam. Also know main
diagrams out of book.
Chapter 10: Photosynthesis
MICR2060: Quiz Series 1: Ch 1, Ch 5, Ch 6, Ch 7, Ch 9 and Ch 10
This document may contain unintentional errors, if you notice any, please report to the instructor
Optional Ch 1 and 2: Overview
1. Which of the following agents is a virus?
A. An agent con
Micro Quiz 5
Study online at quizlet.com/_2had8p
An adenovirus is 90 nm long. An E. coli
bacterium is 2.0 micrometers long. What is the
maximum number of adenoviruses that can be
placed on top of an E. coli cell (in a single file
A bacterium app
Final Exam Study Guide Part 1
(Unit 4 use this together with the comprehensive study
Covers material from chapters 13, 15, and 18 20 in the textbook
What is evolution (microevolution)? is change in the heritable t
Study Guide for Exam 2
Textbook chapters 6 - 8, 15 - 16. (entire chapters 6 & 7, sections from the
Cellular respiration is a process of converting energy stored in food molecules into
Study Guide for Exam 3
Covers material from chapters 8 - 13 and 17 (only part of each chapter).
What is the purpose of mitosis? Split DNA (reproduce)
One cell that undergoes mitosis produces how many daughter cell
MICR 2060: Microbiology For Health ProfessionS: Exam 1 (Fall 2016): Chapters 5, 6, 9 &10
60 +3 (bonus) questions, 120 minutes
Chapter 5: Structure of prokaryotic cells (12 questions)
Units of measurement of length (some basic math problems)
How to determi
Study Guide for Exam 1
See textbook chapters 1 - 5, 10, 14 & 15. (entire chapters 3 - 5,
sections from the other chapters)
1) Biology is the scientific study of Living things.
2) What are six properties of all living
Study Guide for Exam 1
Textbook chapters 1 - 5, 10, 14 & 15. (entire chapters 3 - 5, sections from the other chapters)
Biology is the scientific study of LIFE.
What are six properties of all living things?
1. Show Ord
What is the purpose of mitosis?
One cell that undergoes mitosis produces how many daughter cells?
Does mitosis produce daughter cells that are genetically identical to each other?
Why or why not?
When a diploid cell divides by mitosis, th
Singularity: When Biology and Technology Become One
The Idea of Singularity, also known as technological singularity, is described as a
hypothetical series of events in which technology becomes so advanced that it is integrated into
human biology and beco
Test 3 Study Guide
Understand the purpose of reproduction
-sexual life cycle (Adults-Meiosis-Sperm & Egg-Fertilization)
-continuation of life
-alternation of generations
-Sexual reproduction involves the two alternating processes of meiosis and fert
Test 4 Study Guide
We talked about the difficulty in defining a species as well as a variety of criteria
that could potentially be used to differentiate species. You should be familiar
with the problems associated with defining species, including the inab
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