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Chapter 6 BIOL1010 notes
Describe the first and second laws of thermodynamics.
Give examples in biology of a consequence of the first and of the second law.
Give examples of endergonic and exergonic reactions in the cell / body.
Why is the
Chapter 5: Membrane Structure
Plasma Membrane Structure and
Membranes, made of a phospholipid bilayer, create separation
between the cell and the external environment as well as
compartments within the cell itse
Chapter 8: Cellular Respiration
is the p
process byy which cells
acquire energy by breaking down nutrient molecules
produced by photosynthesizers.
Cellular respiration requires oxygen (O2) and
Chapter 12: Molecular Biology of
The Genetic Material
The middle of the twentieth century was an exciting period of
i ifi discovery.
On one hand,
hand geneticists were busy determining that DNA
Chapter 13: Regulation of Gene
Because their environment is ever changing,
g g, bacteria
do not always need to express their entire
complement of enzymes and proteins.
In 1961, French microbiologists Fra
Chapter 11: Mendelian Inheritance
Blending Concepts of Inheritance
The science of g
the stabilityy of
inheritance and also variations between offspring
from one generation to the next.
Virtually every culture in histo
Chapter 14: Biotechnology and
Cloning is the production of identical copies of DNA, cells,
Members of a bacterial colony on a petri dish are clones because
they all came from division of the same cell.
Ch t 2:
Matter is defined as anything that has mass and occupies space.
Matter exists in four states: solid, liquid, gas, and plasma.
All matter (both living and non-living) is comp
Ch t 6
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Cells and the Flow of Energy
In order to live, things
g need energy.
Energy The ability to do work or bring about a
Forms of Energy
Energy of mot
Chapter 7: Photosynthesis
converts solar energy
gy into the
chemical energy of a carbohydrate.
Photosynthetic organisms, including land plants,
algae, and cyanobacteria, are
ll d autotroph