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Campbell 9th edition ch1-6
Terms in this set (29)
what is an isotope ?
same element but different number of nutrons.
what type of bonds do salt tend to form?
what is the total magnification of lens setting on a compound light microscope?
scanning lens 40
Low power lens 100
high power lens 400
oil immersion lens 1000 om
name 3 organelles that a plant cell has that an animal cell doesnt?
name 3 subatomic particles that make up thier elements and chargers?
Proton + charge
Nutron -no charge
List 3 different types of isomers
Structural isomers- diff way of building
cistrans- flip flop
Enantioners- from left to right "like mirror "
name 2 functions for Carbohydrates
engery and structure
name 2 functions for lipids
storage of enegey and makes up the cell membrane
name 2 functions for proteins
fights off bacteria
from q10-14 name the fucntion of the following organelles.
packaging and shipping center of the cell
what is an aqueous solution?
a solution in which water is solvent
what is a solution?
homogenous mixture of two or more substances which maybe solid, liquid, or gases.
what is the range of the PH scale? what is acidic? what is basic? and what is neutral.
PH schale is from 0-14
acidic is 0-6
basic is 8-14
7 is neutral
list 4 major characteristics of water.
expansion when freezing- bottle water in freezer
moderates the temperature- keeps atmosphere nice and cool
choesient & abesient - plant vessels in vains, or Cool-aid
list 3 differences between a eukaryotic cell and prokaryotic cell
eukaryotic has a nucleus.
Eukaryotic is bigger
Eukaryotic has a cytoskeleton.
Describe Dehydration reaction
A chemical reaction that involes the lost of water molecule from the reacting molecule.
describe an Hydrolysis Reaction?
the cleavage of chemical bonds by addition of water.
water is a polar convalent molecule because?
The larger oxygen has regions the more electronegativity it has.
carbon is a versatille element that has a total of how many electrons in it valence shell.
describe the orefixes q24-26
monomers are what
forms the basic structural units of nucleotic acids such as trhe DNA.
3 differences between DNA and RNA
DNA- Deoxyribonucleic acid, double stranded
RNA- Ribonucleic acid, single stranded
DNA can be damaged by ultra violet rays while RNA is more resistand to damage by it.
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