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Review for Biology Exam Ch. 2
Transcript of Review for Biology Exam Ch. 2
What is the definition of "science"?
knowlede about of study of the NATURAL world.
What elements can be found in water?
What is the most abundant compound in most living things?
What does polar mean?
What part of the water molecule is positive? negative?
What is an even distributed mixture of two or more substances?
What part of a mixture does the dissolving
What part of a mixture is dissolved?
What type of mixture is it when the particles settle out over time or are undissolved?
What is the pH of an acid?
What is the pH of a base?
Monosaccharides and polysaccharides would be examples of what?
What macromolecules would be the main source of energy for living things?
What are the functions of proteins?
What is the product in a reaction?
What is the reactant in a reaction?
What makes water polar?
How do acids taste?
How would a base feel?
Name a type of nucleic acid...
What do nucleic acids do?
Glycogen, starch and cellulose are all examples of what?
Where would you find glycogen?
Where would you find starch?
Where would you find cellulose?
What is cohesion?
What is adhesion?
What is the movement of water against gravity?
What are lipids made out of?
What are sugars made out of?
What kind of carbohydrate would a polysaccharide be (simple or complex)?
What kind of carbohydrate would a monosaccharide be (simple or complex)?
H and O
partial negative and partial positive charge
H+ and O-
carbohydrates or sugars
structural, enzymes, antibodies and hormones
chemical or chemicals to the right of the arrow
chemical or chemicals to the left of the arrow
partial + and partial - charge
DNA and RNA
store genetic information
plant cell walls
water molecules bonding
water molecules bonding to solid surfaces
plants! (especially roots)