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  • 12 Pages Biochemistry
    Biochemistry

    School: University Of Washington

    Course: PCAT PCAT

    I. II. III. IV.Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic AcidsBiochemistry is the study of the chemicals of living systems and their interactions. Alone, these chemicals are not living, but together, their interactions work together to create and sus.

  • 1 Page PCAT-READ FIRST
    PCAT-READ FIRST

    School: University Of Washington

    Course: PCAT PCAT

    I really hope that this study guide can help you with your studies. The PCAT is definitely a challenging test, and it can be very overwhelming preparing for it. The real key is to go into the test feeling confident, and I am sure that this item ca...

  • 1 Page PCAT STRATEGIES
    PCAT STRATEGIES

    School: University Of Washington

    Course: PCAT PCAT

    PCAT STRATEGIES/TIPS (from online sources): 1) Do not study from the textbook. Studying from the textbook is an absolute waste of time and the volume that you will need to cover is just too vast. Instead focus on a few selected study guides such a...

  • 5 Pages PCAT Test Verbal Ability Practice Questions
    PCAT Test Verbal Ability Practice Questions

    School: UGA

    Course: PHARM 1111

    PCAT Test Verbal Ability Practice Questions. Directions: Choose the word that best completes the analogy. 1. devout : blasphemous :: uninhibited : A: salacious. B: judicious. C: libertine. D: constrained. 2. janitor : mop :: painter : A: brush. B:...

  • 2 Pages BiologyII_DigestionandHormones
    BiologyII_DigestionandHormones

    School: Kaplan University

    Course: BIOLOGY PCAT

    B io lo gy I IDigestionBody PartMouthEsophagusStomachSmall IntestineLiverGall BladderPancreas1Function in the DigestiveSyst emEnzymes/Chemicals Used to DigestF oodMechanically break down food forpassafe through esophagusTransport food fr.

  • 2 Pages OC-II_Reaction+Help+Document
    OC-II_Reaction+Help+Document

    School: Kaplan University

    Course: BIOLOGY PCAT

    Often we are overwhelmed when approaching reaction based questionson Test Day because we do no know where to start. Use these steps inapproaching any reaction:1) Identify the Leaving Group/Electrophilea. The leaving group is an electronegative ato...

  • 6 Pages PCAT Biology Reinforcement Test 2A Explanations
    PCAT Biology Reinforcement Test 2A Explanations

    School: Kaplan University

    Course: BIOLOGY PCAT

    ... Choice D is incorrect because excretion only applies if the substance appears in the final urine. 5. B In a normal nephron, the majority of amino acids, sodium, chloride, water, and glucose in the filtrate is reabsorbed back into the body from...

  • 4 Pages PCAT Biology Reinforcement Test 2A
    PCAT Biology Reinforcement Test 2A

    School: Kaplan University

    Course: BIOLOGY PCAT

    ... 11. All portal systems in the human circulatory system A. receive blood directly from the aorta. B. begin in capillaries and end in veins. C. begin and end in capillaries. D. empty into the liver. PCAT _____ 2 _____ KAPLAN 12. Which of the f...

  • 6 Pages PCAT Biology Reinforcement Test 2B Explanations
    PCAT Biology Reinforcement Test 2B Explanations

    School: Kaplan University

    Course: BIOLOGY PCAT

    ... In the ABO system, an individual can have the A antigen (type A), the B antigen (type B), both antigens (type AB), or neither antigen (type O) present on his or her red blood cells. The plasma of every individual contains antibodies, Kaplan ...

  • 4 Pages PCAT Biology Reinforcement Test 2B
    PCAT Biology Reinforcement Test 2B

    School: Kaplan University

    Course: BIOLOGY PCAT

    ... This is an example of A. directional selection. B. stabilizing selection. C. disruptive selection. D. gene flow. PCAT _____ 2 _____ KAPLAN 10. During exhalation A. the diaphragm relaxes, decreasing the size of the thoracic cavity. B. the dia...

  • 17 Pages PCAT+Taxonomy
    PCAT+Taxonomy

    School: Kaplan University

    Course: BIOLOGY PCAT

    Continue. PCAT Taxonomy. Continue. Taxonomic Rank. Kingdom. Phylum. Class. Order. Family. Genus. Species. Continue. Major Division in Animals. Continue. Kingdom Bacteria. Prokaryotic; Cell wall - Peptidoglycan; Rarely have organelles; Infected by ...

  • 1 Page QA-II_Area+between+curves+-+PCAT
    QA-II_Area+between+curves+-+PCAT

    School: Kaplan University

    Course: BIOLOGY PCAT

    What is the area between the curves of the functions f(x) = 2x2 and g(x) = 6? To find the limits of integration, set the two functions equal to each other: 2x2 = 6 x2 = 3 x = Now, set up the integral using the form to find the area between two cur...

  • 3 Pages ViralGenetics
    ViralGenetics

    School: Kaplan University

    Course: BIOLOGY PCAT

    Viral Genetics The PCAT often asks about viruses and how they infect cells, such as bacteria. Let's cover some key aspects of those creatures: Viruses cannot replicate on their own; they need a host cell. There are 3 basic types of viruses. DN...

  • 8 Pages Viral_Genetics
    Viral_Genetics

    School: Kaplan University

    Course: BIOLOGY PCAT

    Viral Genetics. Additional Material to Know. for Test Day! Viruses and types. The PCAT often asks about viruses and how they infect cells, such as bacteria. Let's cover some key aspects of those creatures: Viruses cannot replicate on their own...

  • 1 Page OC-II+Ring+Directors+Handout
    OC-II+Ring+Directors+Handout

    School: Valencia

    Course: PCAT PCAT

    Ring DirectorsOrtho/ParaActivatingElectronDonatingN H2NR2OHN HC O RORO CORRMetaDeactivatingElectronWithdrawingFClBrIDe activatingElectronWithdrawingNO2SO3HCOO HCO ORCORC HOHalogens are very electronegative and pull e- density f.

  • 1 Page OC-II+Ring+Directors+Handout
    OC-II+Ring+Directors+Handout

    School: Valencia

    Course: PCAT PCAT

    Ring Directors Ortho/Para Meta Activating Deactivating Deactivating Electron Donating Electron Withdrawing Electron Withdrawing NH2 F NO2 NR2 Cl SO3H OH Br COOH NHCOR I COOR OR COR OCOR CHO R Halogens are very electronegative and pull e.