AP Biology Midterm Study Guide
#1. Which of the following best describes the relationship between the atoms described in Figure 2.1? - They are isotopes #2. Refer to Figure 2.2 (first three rows of the periodic table). If life ...
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AP Bio Ecology Unit (and back)
...primary succession secondary succession biological evolution a keystone species the top-down ...atmospheric insulation stratospheric insulation biological magnification the greenhouse effect - E:...
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...interactions in a species. C) using molecular biology to combine DNA from two different sources in...E) using mathematical tools to make sense of biological systems. - Answer: C #36. 40) One of the characteristics...
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Functional Groups / Formula
#1. -OH - hydroxyl #2. C=O - carbonyl #3. -COOH - carboxyl #4. -NH2 - Amino #5. -SH - sulfhydryl #6. -OPO3 2- - phosphate
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#1. hydroxyl group #2. carbonyl group #3. carboxyl group #4. amino group #5. sulfhydryl group #6. phosphate group #7. methyl group
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AP Biology Chapters 1-10 Study Guide
...application of which concept to the study of biology?A) evolutionB) emergent propertiesC) reductionismD)...interactions Answer: C 8 Which branch of biology is concerned with the naming and classifying...
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AP Bio Lipids, Carbohydrates, and Nucleic Acids
#1. How many Carbons does a Carbohydrate need to form a ring structure? - At least 5 #2. What are Monosaccharides? - Have molecular formulas but are usually made up of CH20 #3. All monomers do what?...
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Ap Bio: Proteins and Enzymes
#1. What do Disulfide Bridges do? - Stabilize the proteins shape. #2. What are the 2 types of Inhibitors? - Competitive and Allosteric #3. What happens when active site and substrate combine? - The...
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#1. Opsonization - "to make tasty" #2. Dendritic cells - phagocytize pathogens
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Functional Groups / Name of Compounds
#1. hydroxyl - alcohol #2. carbonyl - aldehyde/keytone #3. carboxyl - carboxylic acids #4. amino - amines #5. sulfhydryl - thiols #6. phosphate - organic phosphates
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AP Biology Exam #1 (Chapters 1-5)
...their cells have different small organic molecules B) their cells make different types of large biological molecules C) their cells make different types of lipids D) their cells have some differences...
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