Rational Expressions and Equations
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1. What is homeostasis?
2. How is homeostasis regulated?
3. What types of chemical bonds are there? Describe them.
4. Why do atoms bond together?
5. What is the difference between an acidic pH and a basic pH?
6. What is the difference between artificial a
Fundamentals of Human Physiology by Stuart Ira Fox
Chapter 2Study Guide
Compare/Contrast Statements: Read the statement and choose the correct terms
being described [from the list on the following pages] and place in the blank.
STATEMENT #1: The fluid out
1. What are the blood types? Describe which antigens and antibodies would be present in each
2. Name the 4 structural changes in chromosomes. Be able to identify them.
Structural changes in Chromosomes
1. Duplication segment of chromos
1. Should we stop exercising? No, we shouldnt stop exercising because it lowers risks of diseases,
cancer, diabetes and other illnesses; and improves mental health and cognitive ability, and
increases heart health.
2. Would it be good for McDonald
1 Write the equation for photosynthesis.
What must you have present in order for photosynthesis to
12H2O + 6CO2 =Light Energy= 6O2 + C6H12O6 + 6H2O
For Photosynthesis to occur you must have sunlight
What is crossing over? When does it occur? It is one of the functions of meiosis that provide
variation in traits & every chromosome goes through it. Crossing Over is a process in
which homologous chromosomes exchange corresponding segments (pieces of
1. What are enzymes and what do they do? Enzymes are protein or RNA that speeds a
chemical process without being changed by it. They cause the chemical reactions to proceed
much faster than they would on their own, by recognizing and altering spec
Review Questions for Anatomy Final Exam
Chapter 1 A First Look at Anatomy
Know the directional terms for the body
Know the names and functions of the 11 organ systems
Chapter 2 The Cell: Basic Unit of Structure and Function
Know the structure of the cell
Plasma membrane structures that increase cell surface area are called _.
C) membrane proteins
Which organelle uses oxygen during the process of cellula
Physiology is mainly concerned with the shapes of organs and the organization of the body and its
The dynamic consistency of the body's internal environment is called homeost
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Activity: Role of the Nucleus and Ribosomes in Protein Synthesis
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Exam 1 Review
Please keep in mind these are suggestions and are by no means exhaustive. The exam will
be taken from material in your lecture notes.
Know the major players and their contributions to the development of Forensic Science.
Molecular Genetics and
Themes to Know
Be familiar with the structure of DNA and RNA and how these building blocks provide both a simple system for duplication and a
wealth of genetic diversity that codes for variation in all existing and exti
Why use an excess of a reactant?
Using an excess reactant can
speed up a reaction
drive a reaction to completion
When silver reacts with sulfur (S8), the compound silver
sulfide is formed
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Chemistry of Life
Why are we studying chemistry?
Chemistry is the foundation of Biology
Everything is made of matter
Matter is made of atoms
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You Must Know:
How behaviors are the result of natural
How innate and learned behaviors
increase survival and reproductive
How organisms use communication to
The role of altruism and inclus
Lipids: Fats & Oils
long term energy storage
Lipids are composed of C, H, O
long hydrocarbon chains (H-C)
Do not form polymers
big molecules m
Unit Exam 1 Study Guide
Area to study:
1. Distinguish the different types of microbes in terms of their cellular structure, including
the types of jobs microbiologists may hold as they study them.
2. Compare the germ theory with that of spontane