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  1. Prokaryotes
  2. Cytoskeleton (Proteomes)
  3. Cell Signaling (Proteomes)
  4. Seven Characteristics of Life
  5. Hypothesis
  1. a 1. Cells and Organization
    2. Energy Use and Metabolism
    3. Response to Environmental Changes
    4. Regulation and Homeostasis
    5. Growth and Development
    6. Reproduction
    7. Biological Evolution
  2. b 1. Proposed explanation for a natural phenomenon
    2. Educated guess based on previous observations or experimental studies
    3. Hypothesis must make predictions that can shown to be correct or incorrect (must be falsifiable)
    4. Additional observations or experiments support or reject a hypothesis
    5. A hypothesis is never absolutely proven
    6. We may not have found the true explanation for a phenomenon.
  3. c single-celled organisms that do not have a membrane-bound nucleus
  4. d Proteins are involved in cell shape and movement
  5. e Proteins are needed for cell signaling with other cells and with the environment. The molecular mechanisms by which cells detect and respond to external stimuli and send messages to other cells

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. in a modern taxonomic system, a domain made up of all eukaryotes; this domain aligns with the traditional kingdoms Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia
  2. Experimentation that does not require a preconceived hypothesis. In some cases, the goal is to collect data to be able to formulate a hypothesis.
  3. 1. Atoms
    2. Molecules and Macromolecules
    3. Cells
    4. Tissues
    5. Organs
    6. Organism
    7. Population
    8. Community
    9. Ecosystem
    10. Biosphere
  4. Matter
  5. 1. Stores information in a stable form: The genome of every organism stores information that provides a blueprint to create its characteristics.

    2. Provides continuity from generation to generation: The genome is copied and transmitted from generation to generation.

    3. Acts as an instrument of evolutionary change: Every now and then, the genome undergoes a mutation that may alter the characteristics of an organism. In addition, a genome may acquire new genes by horizontal gene transfer. The accumulation of such changes from generation to generation produces the evolutionary changes that alter species and produce new species.

5 True/False questions

  1. Modern Forms of Life-Unity1. Diverse environments support diverse organisms.


  2. Vertical Descent with Mutation1. Atoms
    2. Molecules and Macromolecules
    3. Cells
    4. Tissues
    5. Organs
    6. Organism
    7. Population
    8. Community
    9. Ecosystem
    10. Biosphere


  3. Hypothesis Testing If exercise is related to weight loss then increasing the amount of daily exercise in someone's routine will cause them to lose weight.


  4. Archaea(microbiology) single-celled or noncellular spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms lacking chlorophyll that reproduce by fission


  5. Genomeidentification, naming, and classification of species based on common vertical descent ancestry.


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