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Experimental Design Biochemistry Water Biomolecules 1 Biomolecules 2
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How many variables should you change at one time? Why?
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How many variables should you change at one time? Why?
One. So you know which factor affected your data.
What is the purpose of a control?
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What is the purpose of a control?
To have a baseline of information to compare new data to
Name 4 components of a lab report
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Name 4 components of a lab report
Hypothesis, Materials, Procedure, Data, Analysis, Conclusion
Draw/describe how you would test the affect of water temperature on water droplet cohesion of a coin.
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Draw/describe how you would test the affect of water temperature on water droplet cohesion of a coin.
cold water, room temp water, hot water, all on a penny
Provide an example of an observation vs. an inference
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Provide an example of an observation vs. an inference
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Name the CHNOPS and say why they are important.
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Name the CHNOPS and say why they are important.
Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus, Sulfur; elements of life
This is maybe the most important element and is considered "the backbone of life" because it can bond to itself
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This is maybe the most important element and is considered "the backbone of life" because it can bond to itself
Carbon
Smallest part of an element that still has properties of that element
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Smallest part of an element that still has properties of that element
Atom
A bond is formed when two elements share a pair of these
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A bond is formed when two elements share a pair of these
electrons
If an element has 5 protons and 8 electrons, what is its overall charge?
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If an element has 5 protons and 8 electrons, what is its overall charge?
-3
Name the bond that occurs between molecules of water
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Name the bond that occurs between molecules of water
Hydrogen bond
The uneven distribution of charges on the water molecule make it ___________.
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The uneven distribution of charges on the water molecule make it ___________.
Polar
Attractive forces that occur between the SAME substance
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Attractive forces that occur between the SAME substance
Cohesion
Attractive forces that occur between two DIFFERENT substances
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Attractive forces that occur between two DIFFERENT substances
Adhesion
Because water dissolves more substances than any other liquid, it is known as the ____________.
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Because water dissolves more substances than any other liquid, it is known as the ____________.
Universal Solvent
Name the four biomolecules
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Name the four biomolecules
Carbs, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic Acids
Name the biomolecule associated with each word: 1) sugar, 2) oil, 3) DNA, 4) enzyme
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Name the biomolecule associated with each word: 1) sugar, 2) oil, 3) DNA, 4) enzyme
1) carb, 2) lipid, 3) nucleic acid, 4) protein
Cell membranes have hydrophobic and hydrophilic parts to them. These structures belong to which class of biomolecules?
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Cell membranes have hydrophobic and hydrophilic parts to them. These structures belong to which class of biomolecules?
Lipids
Which bases pair up in a DNA molecule?
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Which bases pair up in a DNA molecule?
A-T, C-G
Pick 3 biomolecules and describe their function
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Pick 3 biomolecules and describe their function
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The latin word for sugar
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The latin word for sugar
Saccharide
Describe the function of enzymes
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Describe the function of enzymes
Speed up the rate of chemical reactions
What are the 3 naming tricks for remembering carbs, enzymes, and alochols?
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What are the 3 naming tricks for remembering carbs, enzymes, and alochols?
OSE = sugar, ASE = enzymes, OL = alcohol
Name the 3 parts that make up a nucleotide
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Name the 3 parts that make up a nucleotide
phosphate group, sugar, base
Pick 3 biomolecules and list their building blocks (monomers)
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Pick 3 biomolecules and list their building blocks (monomers)
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What kinds of pets does Ms. Gately have, and how many of each are there?
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What kinds of pets does Ms. Gately have, and how many of each are there?
2 dogs, 2 bunnies, 1 chinchilla (plus hermit crabs/fish)




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