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What molecule is part of all organic substances?
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What molecule is part of all organic substances?
Carbon
What are the four classes of biomolecules (macromolecules)?
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What are the four classes of biomolecules (macromolecules)?
Carbs, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic Acids
What is the function of enzymes?
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What is the function of enzymes?
To speed up chemical reactions in the body
List 3 examples of carbs & 3 examples of proteins
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List 3 examples of carbs & 3 examples of proteins

List the building blocks and functions of each biomolecule (carb, lipid, protein, nucleic acid)
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List the building blocks and functions of each biomolecule (carb, lipid, protein, nucleic acid)

What is the smallest unit of life that makes up living organisms?
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What is the smallest unit of life that makes up living organisms?
The cell
Name 2 differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes
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Name 2 differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes
Pro= no nucleus or organelles, Eu = true
Name 2 differences between plant and animal cells
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Name 2 differences between plant and animal cells

How does the cell membrane help the cell maintain homeostasis?
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How does the cell membrane help the cell maintain homeostasis?

How does a virus reproduce? Is it living?
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How does a virus reproduce? Is it living?
By entering a host; non-living (cannot reproduce on its own)
What is the control center of the cell? What is the control center of the body?
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What is the control center of the cell? What is the control center of the body?
Cell = nucleus; Body = brain
What is the functional unit of the respiratory system that helps exchange gas?
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What is the functional unit of the respiratory system that helps exchange gas?
Alveoli
What is the main organ of the respiratory, circulatory, and urinary systems?
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What is the main organ of the respiratory, circulatory, and urinary systems?
Resp = lung; Circ = heart; Urin = kidney
What is it called when sperm & egg combine (the process & the product)?
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What is it called when sperm & egg combine (the process & the product)?
Fertilization --> Zygote
List the parts of the digestive system in the correct order
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List the parts of the digestive system in the correct order
Mouth; esophagus; stomach; small intestine; large intestine
Father of Evolution = _____________; Discovered all life came from a __________________.
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Father of Evolution = _____________; Discovered all life came from a __________________.
Charles Darwin; Common ancestor
What trophic level recycles nutrients back into the ecosystem?
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What trophic level recycles nutrients back into the ecosystem?
Decomposers
Describe the difference between heterotrophs and autotrophs and provide an example of each
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Describe the difference between heterotrophs and autotrophs and provide an example of each
Autotrophs= make own food = plants & Heterotrophs = eat food = humans
What are the 7 levels of taxonomy that show relatedness? Circle the one where organisms are MOST related.
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What are the 7 levels of taxonomy that show relatedness? Circle the one where organisms are MOST related.
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Describe/draw an example of natural selection
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Describe/draw an example of natural selection

What are the bases of DNA and which ones pair? RNA?
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What are the bases of DNA and which ones pair? RNA?
DNA: A-T, C-G, RNA: A-U, C-G
Which gamete determines the sex of an offspring? And what sex chromosomes make up a male?
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Which gamete determines the sex of an offspring? And what sex chromosomes make up a male?
Male gamete; XY
If two heterozygous organisms reproduce, what percent of their children will be homozygous recessive?
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If two heterozygous organisms reproduce, what percent of their children will be homozygous recessive?
25%
Provide an example of incomplete dominance vs codominance.
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Provide an example of incomplete dominance vs codominance.

How do you know if two organisms are the same species?
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How do you know if two organisms are the same species?
They can interbreed and produce fertile offspring
How many brothers and sisters does Ms. Gately have? (How many of each? Are they older or younger?)
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How many brothers and sisters does Ms. Gately have? (How many of each? Are they older or younger?)
3 brothers, 2 sisters, all younger




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