ENERGY IS SUPPLIED TO MANY
CELLULAR REACTIONS BY WHAT
HOW MANY ATP MOLECULES ARE
PRODUCED PER MOLECULE OF
GLUCOSE DEGRADED BY
THE FIRST STEP IN CELLULAR
CHAPTER 6 & 7 TEST REVIEW:
YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO ANSWER/EXPLAIN THE FOLLOWING:
DISTINGUISH BETWEEN PROKARYOTIC (nucleoid that is not enclosed) & EUKARYOTIC
(membrane bound nucleus); FREE (free in cytosol) & BOUND RIBOSOMES (bound to rough ER or
Title: Water Properties Lab
Purpose: Demonstrate the various properties of water.
Temperature of Water
Temperature of E
Chapter 5,8,& 41 Test Review Sheet
1. Differentiate b/n dehydration synthesis (The making of a polymer, when two molecules are covalently bonded
together with the loss of a water molecule, require energy, anabolic) and hydrolysis (polymers ar
Bonnie Zhang, Emily Wade, Megan Wood, Alise Bennatt
Title: Cell Membrane Simulation Lab
Purpose: To measure the diffusion of small molecules through dialysis tubing to simulate the
movement of molecules through the cell membrane.
Color of Bag
Biology Midterm Review
3) Charles Darwin
4) Covalent Bonds
5) Ionic Bonds
6) 8 neutrons (a different # of neutrons)
7) The # of protons and neutrons
8) A bond in which the electrons are shared
11) By acc
1. What is Geocaching?
Go to the following website and answer the questions below:
What is Geocaching?
b. How is technology used in this game?
What does the word Geocaching mean?
d. Compare the term cache in
How Reliable Are Measurements?
accuracy: Refers to how close a measured value is to an accepted value.
percent error: The ratio of an error to an accepted value.
precision: Refers to how close a series of measurements are to one another; precise measureme
World History Hunt
Please fill in the blank with the correct answer:
1. In 1344 the _ _ broke out in China and India. Also known as
The Black Death, it effected many part
Eubacteria- Larger of the two groups of bacteria, they do have peptidoglycan in cell
walls, can be identified by Gram Staining Test, most are heterotrophs, include:
Gram positive: thick cell wall, purple under microscope, easily treated wi
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Are A Cycle in Nature
1. What molecules do letters A and B represent in the diagram?
2. What molecules do letters C and D represent in the diagram?
3. How are photosynthesis and cellular respiration a
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Circle ALL that are TRUE. There may be MORE THAN one
_ is the first step in cellular respiration that begins releasing energy
stored in glucose.
A. Alcoholic fermentation
B. Lactic acid fermentation
ADP, ATP and
What Is ATP?
Energy used by all Cells
Organic molecule containing
high-energy Phosphate bonds
Chemical Structure of