Name: Emediong Uko
My Study Strategy
I have always been one for the arts, spurting even from when I was just a little girl.
I never really fully understood why, but I had a knack for all things visual. At first it
started from the little things around me-
Unit (Exam) 4 Study Guide: Chapter 19 & 20
Due Tues April 26th
Chapter 19: Population and Community Ecology
What factors affect Population sizes?
What occurs with a pattern of organisms that are equally spread out?
Demography is th
Ch. 6 & Ch. 7 Review Questions
Ch: 6: The Cell Cycle
The Genome: Prokaryote and Eukaryote structure
What is Gene and its purpose?
Know the results of the cell cycle
Cancer: Why does it occur and what are the specific stages
Ch: 7 Sexual Reproduction at
BI 131 Spring 2016
Ch. 4 & 5 Study Guide
1.) What are the basics/rules of Energy?
2.) Kinetic vs. Potential Energy (What are examples and what do they look like?)
3.) Law of Thermodynamics
4.) What is the primary energy currency for the
1. Redox reactions are chemical reactions that transfers electrons between reactants. They
are also called oxidative reduction reactants.
2. The 2 major steps in glycolysis is the energy investment stage and the energy payoff
1. Catabolic pathways breakdown complex molecules into smaller compounds through the
release of energy, while anabolic pathways consume energy to build complex molecules
from simpler ones.
2. Kinetic energy is energy in motion
BI 141 BL
Last week we performed an experiment on Acids and Bases. The purpose of the
experiment was to see how different materials and solutions react when acid was added to
them. The tools we used to determine the chang
BI 141 L
Water has several properties that contribute to the stability of life in the environment.
Cohesion and Adhesion are 2 properties of water. Cohesion is when water sticks to itself and
adhesion is when water s