Chapter 3. Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life
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Chapter 4. A Tour of the Cell
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Chapter 2 The Chemical Context of Life
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Chapter 1. Evolution and the Foundations of Biology
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BIOLOGY 110. Fundamentals of Biology I - Unit 3 Practice Exam (Chapters 12-17)
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) In the transcription event of the previous DNA, whe
BIOLOGY 110 - Spring 2015
Unit 3 EXAM: Gene Structure and Expression (Chapters 12-17)
Short Answer Questions (33 possible points)
PROBLEM 1 (15 possible points)
In fruit flies, curved wings (cr) are recessive to straight wings (cr+), and
Fast Plant Genetics
Katrina W., Nicole S.
Day 2: Observing P1 and F1
1. In P1, the seedlings were short and their steams were dark purple. Only two of our P1
germinated and grew. In the F1 seedling
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(#1-10). For each question, you must a) identify the learning objective(s) (the objectives
F15 BIOLOGY 110. Fundamentals of Biology I - Unit 2 Exam
25 points (27 points possible)
1. (+5)The proton-motive force (pmf) is essential for both mitochondrial and
chloroplast function. a) What produces the pmf in mitochondria and
Biology Chapter 2!
Structure of an atom affects function.!
Element - !
Atomic Number - the amount of protons in an element!
Mass Number - the sum of the protons and neutrons in an atom!
Isotopes - forms of an element
Biology Chapter 16 Notes!
Gene Expression - the process of converting archived information into molecules that actually
do things in the cell!
Knock out, Null, Loss-of-Function Alleles - making an allele damaged to observe the!
Biology - Chapter 12!
Cell Division - new cells arise by splitting preexisting cells!
Embryos - newly developing organisms!
Meiosis - leads to the production of sperm and eggs!
Gametes - male and female reproductive cells (sperm and eggs)!
Mitosis - lea
Chapter 17 Notes - Biology!
RNA Polymerase - responsible for synthesis of mRNA!
Template Strand - the strand read by the enzyme!
Non-template Strand - Alson called the coding strand, its sequence matches the RNA!
that is transcribed
Biology EC Test Review!
5. Bacteria and eukaryotic cells generally have which of the following features common?!
9. Which of the following means of transport would most likely be used for moving a mediumsized molecule from a low concentra
Biology - Chapter 13!
Sperm - male reproductive cell!
Egg - a female reproductive cell!
Uniting sperm and egg!
Gametes - reproductive cells such as sperm and eggs!
Meiosis - nuclear division that leads to halving of chromosomes number and ultimately
Bio test review!
Refer to gure 14.1. What bases will be added to the primer as DNA replication proceeds? The
bases should appear in the order that they will be added starting at the 5' end of the new
A certain kind of snail can hav
Biology Chapter 7 Notes!
All cells have: nucleic acids that store and transmit information, proteins that perform
most of the cells functions, carbohydrates that provide chemical energy, carbon,
support, and identity, plasma membrane, which serves as a
Biology Chapter 3!
1. Chemical evolution began with the production of small organic compound from
2. These compounds reacted to mis-sized molecules, such as amino acids, nucleotides
3. Mid-sized, building bloc
Chapter 9 Biology!
Glucose - energy molecule!
A cell contains only enough ATP to last from 30 seconds to a few minutes!
because it has such high potential energy!
glucose + oxygen= carbon dioxide + water + heat!
!1. Glycolysis - one
Biology - Chapter 10 Notes!
Photosynthesis - the use of sunlight to manufacture carbohydrate!
Autotrophs - make all their own food from ions and simple molecules!
Heterotrophs - obtain the sugars and many other macromolecules from other organisms!
Biology Chapter 8 Notes!
FreeEnergy - describes the amount of energy that is available in a chemical!
reaction to do work!
Kinetic Energy - the energy of motion!
Potential Energy - the energy that is associated with position or congu
Biology - Chapter 4!
RNA World Hypothesis - life formed from a polymer called a nucleic acid (RNA)!
Nucleic acids - made up of
monomers called nucleotides!
3 components make up a
nucleotide: a phosphate group, a
ve-carbon sugar, and a
Biology Chapter 5!
Carbohydrate (sugar) - provide chemical energy required to make larger compounds!
Monosaccharides (simple sugars) - each has a unique shape because it is the building!
Oligosaccharides (few sugars) - small polymers!
Biology Chapter 6 Notes!
Plasma Membrane (cell membrane) - the difference between life and nonlife, a layer
that separates the cell interior from the environment!
Lipid- a carbon-containing compound that is found in organisms and are lar