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What is the first step of the scientific method?
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What is the first step of the scientific method?
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What should you do after you form a conclusion to increase the validity of the experiment?
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What should you do after you form a conclusion to increase the validity of the experiment?
Re-test, repeat the experiment several times
Which variable is measured and observed?
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Which variable is measured and observed?
Dependent Variable
How does the CONTROL GROUP setup in an experiment differ from the other setups in the same experiment?
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How does the CONTROL GROUP setup in an experiment differ from the other setups in the same experiment?
It does not receive the experimental treatment (Independent Variable).
What is an independent variable?
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What is an independent variable?
The variable being tested.
DNA and RNA are examples of which macromolecule?
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DNA and RNA are examples of which macromolecule?
Nucleic Acid
What are the 4 macromolecules?
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What are the 4 macromolecules?
Lipids, Proteins, Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids
In what class of organic molecules would hemoglobin, insulin, and enzymes (pepsin), all of which are composed of chains of amino acids, be placed into?
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In what class of organic molecules would hemoglobin, insulin, and enzymes (pepsin), all of which are composed of chains of amino acids, be placed into?
Proteins
Which two organic compounds are the primary source of energy for cellular functions?
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Which two organic compounds are the primary source of energy for cellular functions?
Lipids and Carbohyrates
What are the end products of the hydrolysis (breakdown) of a polysaccaride?
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What are the end products of the hydrolysis (breakdown) of a polysaccaride?
Simple sugars
What property of water is represented by water molecules sticking together?
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What property of water is represented by water molecules sticking together?
Cohesion
What allows lightweight insects to walk on water?
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What allows lightweight insects to walk on water?
Surface tension, due to a thin layer of water molecules bound through hydrogen bonds at the surface.
What is adhesion?
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What is adhesion?
The attraction between molecules of different substances. (Ex. water on a window)
Which two properties of water allow water to be transported up to the top of a redwood tree?
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Which two properties of water allow water to be transported up to the top of a redwood tree?
Cohesion and Adhesion
Which property of water allows it to dissolve a wide variety of substances throughout the human body?
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Which property of water allows it to dissolve a wide variety of substances throughout the human body?
Polarity
Which pH value indicates the most acidic condition? a.) 12.5 b.) 2.1 c.) 7.3 d.) 1.6
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Which pH value indicates the most acidic condition? a.) 12.5 b.) 2.1 c.) 7.3 d.) 1.6
d.) 1.6
What is the pH of a neutral solution?
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What is the pH of a neutral solution?
7
Why is carbon so important to living things?
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Why is carbon so important to living things?
Carbon is able to bond to many other atoms to form large complex molecules such as; the 4 organic compounds.
Which substance is iodine solution used to test for?
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Which substance is iodine solution used to test for?
Starch
What are biological catalysts or enzymes made up of?
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What are biological catalysts or enzymes made up of?
Amino Acids
In order to protect your eyes you should wear these during labs?
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In order to protect your eyes you should wear these during labs?
Goggles
What should you do if you notice the beaker or test tube you are using during a lab is cracked?
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What should you do if you notice the beaker or test tube you are using during a lab is cracked?
Stop using and report it to the teacher immediately.
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An organic chemist is studying a sample of a macromolecule. The compound has carbon, hydrogen and oxygen in its structure. When placed in a calorimeter, the molecule appears to have a high energy storage capacity. The chemist also notes that the compound does not mix with water. What is the scientist studying? What is the other function of this compound?
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An organic chemist is studying a sample of a macromolecule. The compound has carbon, hydrogen and oxygen in its structure. When placed in a calorimeter, the molecule appears to have a high energy storage capacity. The chemist also notes that the compound does not mix with water. What is the scientist studying? What is the other function of this compound?
Lipids, components of cellular membranes




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