Chapter 6 Study Guide
What is substrate-level phosphorylation? Where in C.R. does this take place?
What is oxidatative phosphorylation? Where does this occur?
What is the final electron acceptor in the ETC?
What is enzyme A? What does it do?
What is feedb
Study Guide for Chapter 7
Be able to define/know:
Chlorophyll a and b which one does what
Carotenoids what does it do
Where and what are the roles of ATP and NADPH
The greenhouse effect
Where does the light cycle and Calvin cycle take place
Types of symbiotic relationships:
Explain these symbiotic relationships:
How they interact
Effect on first
Effect on second
Clown fish and sea
Description: Use Chart on Page 132
Has _ centrosomes
Centrosomes contain two _
each (only found in _ cells)
By the end of interphase, the DNA has
_ is the stage where DNA is replicated
Study Guide for Chapters 37 & 38
Be able to define and know examples of:
Mechanisms that prey develop to avoid being eaten
Batesian and Mullarian mimicry
Midterm Practice Test
1) What factors increase carbon dioxide in the air? (Hint: more than one)
2) Trophic relationship problems
Grass - mouse- Cat
What percent of energy is transferred from one trophic level to the next?_
b. What percent of e
Ecology Practice Test
Define: ( These words are used often throughout the test!)
2) Water Cycle: Describe each part, know what parts of the cycle deal with biotic and abiotic factors.
Heredity and Reproduction Exam Notes
What is the purpose of meiosis? To produce sex (gametic) cells
Outline the steps of meiosis.
See Cells Alive.com, then click on meiosis
What is achieved during crossing over?Genetic Randomizatio
Chapter 9 Study Guide
Know: dominant, recessive, homozygous, heterozygous, phenotype and genotype
What is a sex-linked gene? Why do more boys have a sex-linked disorder than girls?
Define and what are the examples from the book on pleiotrophy, multiple al
What is the cell cycle?
What is mitosis?
When does a cell split?
What is a daughter cell?
What are the stages of mitosis?
What are the causes for mitosis?
What happens when cells are not touching?
What happens w
Chapter 5 study guide
What is an enzyme, substrate, coenzyme and cofactor and what is their functions. Know
what causes these things to not function. What is an active site? What is competitive
inhibition, noncompetitive inhibition and feedback inhibition