Study Guide Part II
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23. DNA = double stranded, deoxyribose, found in nucleus, contains thymine, stores genetic info, nitrogen bases A, T, C, G RNA = single stranded, ribose, found in nucleus and ribosomes, contains uracil, makes proteins, nitrogen bases AUCG - Both are essen
Due Day of Test which is Nov 1 you can earn up to 5 points towards Exam III. The assignment
must be hand written in order to receive points.
1103K-Study Guide Exam I
Exam one will cover Lectures 1-5. The topics include: Scientific Method, Defining Life,
Examples of all domains and various Kingdoms, Ecosystems, Cycling of Nutrients, Interactions
of Ecosystems and Evolution. You can work in grou
Topic 5 Part 1: Ecology and Evolution
5.1 Communities and Ecosystems
- species = a group of organisms that can interbreed and produce fertile offspring - habitat = the environment in which a species normally lives or the natural location of a living organ
Chapter 5 Part 2 The Greenhouse Effect
- The graph goes up and down to reflect changes in the amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide due to the seasons. - During autumn, the leaves drop and plans no longer take up carbon dioxide and atmospheric carbon dioxi
Chapter 5 Part 3 5.4 Evolution
- evolution = the cumulative change in the heritable characteristics of a population - fossil record = consists of all fossils, discovered and undiscovered that exist - selective breeding of domesticated animals = involves s
Scientific Method and Statistics
Observation: Collect and organize information Hypothesis: Explanation(s) must be testable Experimentation: (a) control vs. experimental variable
Control: a variable that remains unchanged; its held cons
1) Nile river floods
2) In Europe,
1) frogs come from
2) rats come from
What is Life?
The study of Life and living things
Living or non-Living
What is Life?
How do you define Life?
Definitions of life
Unity of Life (7 )
Whats the difference between
The number of sets of chromosomes in a
HAPLOID (1n) a cell that contains one set
DIPLOID (2n) a cell that contains two sets
Part two of the study guide
Chapter 4 (Parts of the cell)