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  1. Unit of Life
  2. Transport Proteins (Proteomes)
  3. Control Group
  4. Hypothesis
  5. Proteomes
  1. a 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.
  2. b Is the entire protein complement of a cell or organism. Proteins are largely responsible for the structure and function of cells and complete organisms. All of the proteins that a cell or organism can make.
  3. c the group that does not receive the experimental treatment.
  4. d Proteins facilitate the uptake and export of substances. Protein molecules that help to transport substances throughout the body and across cell membranes
  5. e Cells are the units of life

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Proteins hold cells together in tissues.
  2. If exercise is related to weight loss then increasing the amount of daily exercise in someone's routine will cause them to lose weight.
  3. Connected by an Evolutionary History
  4. 1. Diverse environments support diverse organisms.
  5. Experimentation that does not require a preconceived hypothesis. In some cases, the goal is to collect data to be able to formulate a hypothesis.

5 True/False questions

  1. Modern Forms of Life-UnityConnected by an Evolutionary History


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


  3. Independent Variablethe experimental factor that is manipulated; the variable whose effect is being studied


  4. Genome Characteristics1. 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. Taxonomyentire set of genetic information that an organism carries in its DNA