Gene Function: The relationship
btwn Genotype and Phenotype
of an organism is the actual
set of genes in its genome
Phenotype refers to the physical
features and functional traits of an
organism, including characteristics
such as structures, morp
Microbial Genetics I:
Structure & Replication
Structure and Function of Genetic Material
Definition of Genetics
1. Genetics is the study of what genes are, how they carry information, how
their information is expressed,
Teacher Online Video Quiz
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one of the most important. This quiz will verify that your Online Teacher Training
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Group Study Room Rules
The Group Study Rooms are located on the first floor of the Takoma Park/Silver Spring
Campus Library. These rooms are available to accommodate the need for students to
study with other students as a group. Students seeking
1. Which of the pHs listed below represents the strongest base?
2. Covalent bonds result from
the sharing of equal numbers of electrons by two atoms
the exchange of equal numbers of electrons by two atoms
May 19 & 20, 2014
Part One: Cell Structure and Function Tutorial & Quiz
1. Use the following link to go to the Hartnell College Biology Tutorial, Cell Structure and Function.
Enzyme Practice Quiz/Living Environment
1. Which of the following enzymes would digest a fat? (1.) sucrase (2.) fatase (3.)
protease (4.) lipase
2. At high temperatures, the rate of enzyme action decreases because the increased heat
(1.) changes the pH of
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How many molecules of ATP are produced during
How many net molecules of ATP are produced
during aerobic respiration?
Describe Glycolysis reaction.
Where is the site of Glycolysis in the cell?
What are the differences between Ae
MACROMOLECULES ESSENTIAL TO LIFE
The Chemistry of Carbon
Carbon has exactly 4 valence electrons.
Easiest to share electrons with other elements.
This forms covalent compounds.
There are millions of molecules that contain carbon.
7.1 Photosynthetic Organisms
Photosynthetic organisms (algae, plants, and cyanobacteria) transform solar energy into
Photosynthetic organisms (plants, algae, cyanobacteria) are called autotrophs because they
produce their ow