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Topic #2- IB Biology
carbohydrates
lipids
proteins
nucleic acids
provides energy for cell processes, allows storage for energy…
used to store energy: fat in humans (saturated, solid at room…
essential for cell processes, C,H,O,N
like DNA or RNA. smallest protein=amino acids, (20 unique and…
carbohydrates
provides energy for cell processes, allows storage for energy…
lipids
used to store energy: fat in humans (saturated, solid at room…
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IB Biology 2016 - Topic 2 - Molecular Biology
Outline what molecular biology is and…
Explain how the synthesis of urea fals…
Explain how carbon can lead to diversi…
State the most frequently occurring ch…
explains living processes in terms of the molecules involved;…
vitalism stated that living molecules cannot be made artifici…
carbon can form 4 covalent bonds;... therefore can become the ba…
Most common in living organisms are Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxyg…
Outline what molecular biology is and…
explains living processes in terms of the molecules involved;…
Explain how the synthesis of urea fals…
vitalism stated that living molecules cannot be made artifici…
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IB Biology Topic 2: Molecular Biology
What does the science of molecular bio…
What is an atom?
What is a molecule?
What are covalent bonds?
The science of molecular biology is all about explaining livi…
An atom is a single particles of an element, consisiting of a…
A molecule is a group of two or more atoms held together by c…
Covalent bonds are bonds between atoms that are formed by the…
What does the science of molecular bio…
The science of molecular biology is all about explaining livi…
What is an atom?
An atom is a single particles of an element, consisiting of a…
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Topic #2- IB Biology
carbohydrates
lipids
proteins
nucleic acids
provides energy for cell processes, allows storage for energy…
used to store energy: fat in humans (saturated, solid at room…
essential for cell processes, C,H,O,N
like DNA or RNA. smallest protein=amino acids, (20 unique and…
carbohydrates
provides energy for cell processes, allows storage for energy…
lipids
used to store energy: fat in humans (saturated, solid at room…
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IB Biology Topic 2.1 revision
Describe condensation reactions
Describe how urea can be synthesized b…
Define: metabolism
Define anabolism
A condensation reaction is a chemical reaction in which two m…
•In humans, the liver converts ammonia (NH3, toxic byproduct…
Metabolism is the web of all reactions catalysed by enzymes i…
Anabolism is the synthesis of complex molecules from simpler…
Describe condensation reactions
A condensation reaction is a chemical reaction in which two m…
Describe how urea can be synthesized b…
•In humans, the liver converts ammonia (NH3, toxic byproduct…
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IB Biology Topic 2
Urea
Carbon atoms
Carbs
Lipids
nitrogen based compound, in urine, excess of amino acids, liv…
form 4 bonds allowing a diversity of compounds to exist-->for…
monosaccharides ... composed of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen... ringed…
fatty acids... insoluble in water... examples: steroids, waxes, fat…
Urea
nitrogen based compound, in urine, excess of amino acids, liv…
Carbon atoms
form 4 bonds allowing a diversity of compounds to exist-->for…
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IB Biology - Topic 2
2.1.1 Outline the cell theory
2.1.2 Discuss the evidence for the cel…
2.1.2 What are the exceptions to cell…
2.1.3 State that unicellular organisms…
The cell theory states that:... 1. All living things are compos…
Microscopes:... ◾Microscopes have increased man's ability to vis…
skeletal muscle fibres are larger / are not typical cells;... fu…
Unicellular organisms (such as amoeba, paramecium, euglena an…
2.1.1 Outline the cell theory
The cell theory states that:... 1. All living things are compos…
2.1.2 Discuss the evidence for the cel…
Microscopes:... ◾Microscopes have increased man's ability to vis…
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BISV - IB Biology - Topic 2 - Cells
2.1.1 Outline the cell theory
2.1.2 Discuss the evidence for the cel…
2.1.2 What are the exceptions to cell…
2.1.3 State that unicellular organisms…
The cell theory states that:... 1. All living things are compos…
Microscopes:... ◾Microscopes have increased man's ability to vis…
skeletal muscle fibres are larger / are not typical cells;... fu…
Unicellular organisms (such as amoeba, paramecium, euglena an…
2.1.1 Outline the cell theory
The cell theory states that:... 1. All living things are compos…
2.1.2 Discuss the evidence for the cel…
Microscopes:... ◾Microscopes have increased man's ability to vis…
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IB Biology Topic 1.2 Ultrastructure
Cell Wall
Centriole
Chloroplast
Cytoplasm
Found outside the cell membrane in bacteria, plants, and fung…
Cell organelles that aid in cell division in animal cells only.
A double membrane bound organelle containing chlorophyll, the…
A jellylike fluid inside the cell in which the organelles are…
Cell Wall
Found outside the cell membrane in bacteria, plants, and fung…
Centriole
Cell organelles that aid in cell division in animal cells only.
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IB HL Biology: Topic 2
comparison of RNA and DNA, carbon sugar
comparison of RNA and DNA, carbon suga…
comparison of RNA and DNA, possible ba…
comparison of RNA and DNA, base types
both RNA and DNA contain 5 carbon sugar
RNA has 5 carbon sugar ribose, DNA has 5 carbon sugar deoxyri…
both RNA and DNA have 4 possible bases
RNA has adenine, uracil, cytosine, guanine; DNA has adenine,…
comparison of RNA and DNA, carbon sugar
both RNA and DNA contain 5 carbon sugar
comparison of RNA and DNA, carbon suga…
RNA has 5 carbon sugar ribose, DNA has 5 carbon sugar deoxyri…
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UWCSEA - IB Biology - Topic 2.2 - Water
Explain the structure of water and how…
Outline water's adhesion and cohesion
Outline the thermal, cohesive and solv…
Outline how water is used as a solvent
Dipolar;... Hydrogens have positive charge;... oxygens have negativ…
Water adheres to other polar substances;... due to polar nature;…
water has a high specific heat capacity; ... a large amount of h…
Water is polar;... will attract to other molecule which are pola…
Explain the structure of water and how…
Dipolar;... Hydrogens have positive charge;... oxygens have negativ…
Outline water's adhesion and cohesion
Water adheres to other polar substances;... due to polar nature;…
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2.1 IB Biology Vocabulary
Carbohydrates
lipids
glucose
Proteins
Contain carbon, oxygen, hydrogen (CHO). Organic compounds con…
Contain C, H, O. A group of non-polar organic molecules that…
Monosaccharide, (6 carbon ring), C6H12O6. Can be alpha or bet…
Contain Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, and additionally…
Carbohydrates
Contain carbon, oxygen, hydrogen (CHO). Organic compounds con…
lipids
Contain C, H, O. A group of non-polar organic molecules that…
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IB Biology - Topic 2: Cells
Cell Theory
Functions of Life
Resolution
Mm to um
1. All organisms are composed of cells... 2. Cells are the small…
1. Metabolism... 2. Growth... 3. Reproduction... 4. Response... 5. Homeos…
Clarity of a viewed object
1 millimeter (mm) = 1000 micrometers (um)
Cell Theory
1. All organisms are composed of cells... 2. Cells are the small…
Functions of Life
1. Metabolism... 2. Growth... 3. Reproduction... 4. Response... 5. Homeos…
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IB Biology - Molecular Biology (Topic 2 SL)
Carbon
Organic compound
Carbohydrates
Glycogen
Element of life able to form four particularly stable covalen…
A compound that contains carbon and is found in living things
Class of molecules with the general formula - CH₂O
Form in which glucose is stored in humans and fungi.
Carbon
Element of life able to form four particularly stable covalen…
Organic compound
A compound that contains carbon and is found in living things
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Topic 2 IB Biology
Metabolism
2 Types of Metabolisms
Anabolic Pathways
Catabolic Pathways
All the enzyme mediated chemical reactions in cells
-Anabolic pathways ... -catabolic pathways
-"building" pathways... -requires E aka endergonic... Ex: photosynt…
-"breakdown" pathways... -release E aka exergonic... Ex: cell respi…
Metabolism
All the enzyme mediated chemical reactions in cells
2 Types of Metabolisms
-Anabolic pathways ... -catabolic pathways
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BISV - IB Biology - Topic 2 - Cells
2.1.1 Outline the cell theory
2.1.2 Discuss the evidence for the cel…
2.1.2 What are the exceptions to cell…
2.1.3 State that unicellular organisms…
The cell theory states that:... 1. All living things are compos…
Microscopes:... ◾Microscopes have increased man's ability to vis…
skeletal muscle fibres are larger / are not typical cells;... fu…
Unicellular organisms (such as amoeba, paramecium, euglena an…
2.1.1 Outline the cell theory
The cell theory states that:... 1. All living things are compos…
2.1.2 Discuss the evidence for the cel…
Microscopes:... ◾Microscopes have increased man's ability to vis…
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Topic 3.2 IB Biology New Curriculum
prokaryotes (bacteria)
eukaryotes
plasmids
circular DNA
The first evolved living organism that only has one chromosom…
Resulting from endosymbiosis, it contains helical DNA organiz…
Circular DNA molecules that can replicate independently of th…
Shape of bacterial DNA, it contains only one chromosome
prokaryotes (bacteria)
The first evolved living organism that only has one chromosom…
eukaryotes
Resulting from endosymbiosis, it contains helical DNA organiz…
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IB Biology Topic 6.2 The blood system
Ventricle
Atria
Pulmonary Circuit
Systemic Circuit
thick walled muscular pump that builds up enough pressure to…
each side of heart has collection chamber for blood that is m…
From right side of heart, pumps along route to lung
from left side of heart, pumps blood around body
Ventricle
thick walled muscular pump that builds up enough pressure to…
Atria
each side of heart has collection chamber for blood that is m…
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Biology IB Topic 6.2
Draw and label a diagram of the... heart…
What is the purpose of the coronary ar…
Explain the action of the heart in ter…
How many chambers does the human heart…
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to supply the heart muscle with oxygen and nutrients
Deoxygenated blood enters through the right atrium. The tricu…
4
Draw and label a diagram of the... heart…
Image from www.ibguides.com
What is the purpose of the coronary ar…
to supply the heart muscle with oxygen and nutrients
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IB Biology - Topic 2 - Molecular Biology
Define molecular biology.
What kinds of bonds do carbon compound…
Draw an amino acid molecular structure.
Draw alpha and beta glucose molecular…
Explains living processes in terms of chemical substances inv…
Form four covalent bonds; examples include carbohydrates, lip…
See image.
See image.
Define molecular biology.
Explains living processes in terms of chemical substances inv…
What kinds of bonds do carbon compound…
Form four covalent bonds; examples include carbohydrates, lip…
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IB Biology Topic 2
Properties of carbon
4 Carbon compounds
Metabolism
Catabolism
-main element in the world with unique properties
-carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids
- all of the chemical... reactions that take place in a cell or…
-larger molecules... breaking down into smaller... molecules, ex. f…
Properties of carbon
-main element in the world with unique properties
4 Carbon compounds
-carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids
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IB Biology Topic 1.2 The Ultrastructure of cells
Cell Wall
Centriole
Chloroplast
Cytoplasm
Found outside the cell membrane in bacteria, plants, and fung…
Cell organelles that aid in cell division in animal cells only.
A double membrane bound organelle containing chlorophyll, the…
A jellylike fluid inside the cell in which the organelles are…
Cell Wall
Found outside the cell membrane in bacteria, plants, and fung…
Centriole
Cell organelles that aid in cell division in animal cells only.
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IB Biology Topics 1 and 2
Abiogenesis
Microscope
"Animalcules"
Cell theory part 1
Life arising from non-life
Gave credibility to modern Cell Theory
Term given to living cells by Anthony van Leeuwenhoek
All organisms are composed of one or more cells
Abiogenesis
Life arising from non-life
Microscope
Gave credibility to modern Cell Theory
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IB Biology 2016 - Topic 2 - Molecular Biology
Outline what molecular biology is and…
Explain how the synthesis of urea fals…
Explain how carbon can lead to diversi…
State the most frequently occurring ch…
explains living processes in terms of the molecules involved;…
vitalism stated that living molecules cannot be made artifici…
carbon can form 4 covalent bonds;... therefore can become the ba…
Most common in living organisms are Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxyg…
Outline what molecular biology is and…
explains living processes in terms of the molecules involved;…
Explain how the synthesis of urea fals…
vitalism stated that living molecules cannot be made artifici…
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UWCSEA - IB Biology - Topic 2.4 - Proteins
How are amino acids and polypeptides r…
Describe (and draw) a condensation rea…
How are amino acids similar and differ…
Are amino acids universal? Explain
polypeptides are formed from chains of amino acids;... via conde…
two amino acids are joined;... condensation reaction;... via carbox…
they have same structure in terms of amine group;... and carboxy…
Yes, in that there are only 20 amino acids and organisms use…
How are amino acids and polypeptides r…
polypeptides are formed from chains of amino acids;... via conde…
Describe (and draw) a condensation rea…
two amino acids are joined;... condensation reaction;... via carbox…
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IB Biology DP Topic 2: Molecular Biology
Anabolism
Catabolism
Carbohydrates
Covalent bonds
is the synthesis of complex molecules from simpler molecules…
is the breakdown of complex molecules into simpler molecules…
any of a large group of organic compounds occurring in foods…
a chemical bond that involves the sharing of electron pairs b…
Anabolism
is the synthesis of complex molecules from simpler molecules…
Catabolism
is the breakdown of complex molecules into simpler molecules…
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IB Biology - Topic 2 - Cells
2.1.1 Outline the cell theory
2.1.2 Discuss the evidence for the cel…
2.1.2 What are the exceptions to cell…
2.1.3 State that unicellular organisms…
The cell theory states that:... 1. All living things are compos…
Microscopes:... ◾Microscopes have increased man's ability to vis…
-Amobae: can't be made of cells with just one cell; single ce…
Unicellular organisms (such as amoeba, paramecium, euglena an…
2.1.1 Outline the cell theory
The cell theory states that:... 1. All living things are compos…
2.1.2 Discuss the evidence for the cel…
Microscopes:... ◾Microscopes have increased man's ability to vis…
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IB Biology (Standard) Topic 2
Four main properties of water
Adhesive Properties of Water
Cohesive Properties of Water
Thermal Properties of Water
1. Thermal... 2. Solvent... 3. Adhesive... 4. Cohesive
The dipolarity of water molecules makes them adhere to surfac…
Water molecules cohere because of hydrogen bonds that form be…
Due to hydrogen bonding, water has high melting and boiling p…
Four main properties of water
1. Thermal... 2. Solvent... 3. Adhesive... 4. Cohesive
Adhesive Properties of Water
The dipolarity of water molecules makes them adhere to surfac…
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IB Biology Topic 2
oultine condensation using examples
outline hydrolysis using examples
outline the effect of temperature on e…
outline the effect of pH on enzyme eff…
reaction in which two smaller molecules become covalently bon…
reaction in which a covalent bond is split between two molecu…
as temperature increases, the reaction rate increases. the li…
each enzyme has an optimum pH. when solution becomes too acid…
oultine condensation using examples
reaction in which two smaller molecules become covalently bon…
outline hydrolysis using examples
reaction in which a covalent bond is split between two molecu…
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IB Biology - Topic 2.2 - Water
Explain the structure of water and how…
Outline water's adhesion and cohesion
Outline the thermal, cohesive and solv…
Outline how water is used as a solvent
Dipolar;... Hydrogens have positive charge;... oxygens have negativ…
Water adheres to other polar substances;... due to polar nature;…
water has a high specific heat capacity; ... a large amount of h…
Water is polar;... will attract to other molecule which are pola…
Explain the structure of water and how…
Dipolar;... Hydrogens have positive charge;... oxygens have negativ…
Outline water's adhesion and cohesion
Water adheres to other polar substances;... due to polar nature;…
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Biology IB Topic 6.2
Draw and label a diagram of the... heart…
What is the purpose of the coronary ar…
Explain the action of the heart in ter…
How many chambers does the human heart…
Image from www.ibguides.com
to supply the heart muscle with oxygen and nutrients
Deoxygenated blood enters through the right atrium. The tricu…
4
Draw and label a diagram of the... heart…
Image from www.ibguides.com
What is the purpose of the coronary ar…
to supply the heart muscle with oxygen and nutrients
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Topic 2 - Molecular biology (IB Bio 2014)
Amino acid
Anabolism
Carbohydrates
Catabolism
building block of proteins that consists of a basic amino gro…
the synthesis of complex molecules from simpler molecules, in…
organic compounds with the general formula (CH2O)n, including…
the breakdown of complex molecules into simpler molecules, in…
Amino acid
building block of proteins that consists of a basic amino gro…
Anabolism
the synthesis of complex molecules from simpler molecules, in…
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Topic 2 IB Biology 11
Vitalism and Urea
Molecule
4 main types of molecules used by livi…
Metabolism
Urea is an organic compound. Vitalism is the theory that orga…
Group of two or more atoms held together by a covalent bond
Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic Acids
The web of all the enzyme catalysed reactions in a cel or org…
Vitalism and Urea
Urea is an organic compound. Vitalism is the theory that orga…
Molecule
Group of two or more atoms held together by a covalent bond
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IB Molecular Biology (Topic 2)
Theory of Vitalism
atom
molecule
intermolecular bonds
Thought that living organisms were composed of organic chemic…
a single particle of an element
a group of two or more atoms held together by covalent bonds
bonds weaker than covalent bonds formed between molecules
Theory of Vitalism
Thought that living organisms were composed of organic chemic…
atom
a single particle of an element
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MVHS Biology IB2 Plant Vocabulary
Sepal
petal
pistil
stigma
1
8
4
Sepal
petal
1
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IB Biology Topic 2: Cells
2.1.1: Outline the cell theory. (2-5 p…
2.1.2: Discuss the evidence for the ce…
2.1.3: State that unicellular organism…
2.1.5: Calculate the linear magnificat…
1. All living organisms are composed of cells.... 2. Cells are t…
1. All living things when viewed under a microscope have been…
Unicellular organisms (such as amoeba, paramecium, euglena an…
// I \\... /A|M\... Magnification = Size of image (with ruler) ÷ Ac…
2.1.1: Outline the cell theory. (2-5 p…
1. All living organisms are composed of cells.... 2. Cells are t…
2.1.2: Discuss the evidence for the ce…
1. All living things when viewed under a microscope have been…
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IB Biology Topic 2 bits
Fatty Acids
Saturated Fatty Acids
Unsaturated Fatty Acids
Cis Unsaturated Fatty Acids
Saturated and Unsaturated
no double bonds
have double bonds... can be:... - monounsaturated (1 double bond)... -…
hydrogen bonds are on the same side of the double bond... - slig…
Fatty Acids
Saturated and Unsaturated
Saturated Fatty Acids
no double bonds
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IB Biology - Topic 2.4 - Proteins
How are amino acids and polypeptides r…
Describe (and draw) a condensation rea…
How are amino acids similar and differ…
Are amino acids universal? Explain
polypeptides are formed from chains of amino acids;... via conde…
two amino acids are joined;... condensation reaction;... via carbox…
they have same structure in terms of amine group;... and carboxy…
Yes, in that there are only 20 amino acids and organisms use…
How are amino acids and polypeptides r…
polypeptides are formed from chains of amino acids;... via conde…
Describe (and draw) a condensation rea…
two amino acids are joined;... condensation reaction;... via carbox…
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IB Biology Topic 2 Cells
Outline the cell theory
Discuss the evidence for the cell theory
Unicellular organisms carry out all fu…
Compare the relative sizes of molecule…
• All living organisms are composed of cells... • Cells are the…
• Invention of microscope allowed man to see that all living…
• Metabolism: the sum of the chemical reactions that keeps th…
1nm molecules... 10nm thickness of cell membrane... 100nm virus... 1µm…
Outline the cell theory
• All living organisms are composed of cells... • Cells are the…
Discuss the evidence for the cell theory
• Invention of microscope allowed man to see that all living…
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IB Biology Topic 2: Molecular Biology Vocabulary Set
Amino Acid
Amphipathic
Carbohydrate
Carbon
an organic molecule that contains a carboxyl nitrogen and an…
both hydrophobic and hydrophilic parts are present
biological molecule that is made up of simple single-monomer…
the sixth element of the periodic table; most common and nece…
Amino Acid
an organic molecule that contains a carboxyl nitrogen and an…
Amphipathic
both hydrophobic and hydrophilic parts are present
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IB Molecular Biology (Topic 2)
Theory of Vitalism
Falsification of Vitalism
Molecular Biology
atom
Thought that living organisms were composed of organic chemic…
Wohler's was able to synthesize urea in the lab HELPED falsif…
Explanation of living processes in terms of the chemical subs…
a single particle of an element
Theory of Vitalism
Thought that living organisms were composed of organic chemic…
Falsification of Vitalism
Wohler's was able to synthesize urea in the lab HELPED falsif…
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IB Biology Topic 6.2 The blood system
Ventricles
Atria
Pulmonary Circuit
Systemic Circuit
Thick walled muscular chambers that builds up enough pressure…
Each side of heart has collection chamber for blood that is m…
From right side of heart, pumps deoxygenated blood to lung
From left side of heart, pumps oxygenated blood around body
Ventricles
Thick walled muscular chambers that builds up enough pressure…
Atria
Each side of heart has collection chamber for blood that is m…
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MVHS Biology IB 2
xylem
transpiration
stomata
photosynthesis
Nonliving vascular tissue that carries water and dissolved mi…
Loss of water from a leaf of a plant through stomata that cre…
regulated openings on the bottom of leaves that control the e…
process in which UV light energy is converted into the energy…
xylem
Nonliving vascular tissue that carries water and dissolved mi…
transpiration
Loss of water from a leaf of a plant through stomata that cre…
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IB Biology - Topic 2.3 - Carbohydrates and Lipids
List three examples each of monosaccha…
State one function of glucose, lactose…
Outline the role of condensation and h…
Monosaccharides are single sugar molecules.; Joined together…
List three examples each of monosaccha…
State one function of glucose, lactose…
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IB Biology Cells (topic 2)
Cell theory
Evidence for cell theory
Unicellular organisms
1 millimeter (mm) =
- living organism are composed of cells... - cells are the small…
-experiments by Louis Pasteur have demonstrated that cells ca…
amoeba, paramecium, euglena and bacterium... carry out all th…
1,000 mirometers (µm)
Cell theory
- living organism are composed of cells... - cells are the small…
Evidence for cell theory
-experiments by Louis Pasteur have demonstrated that cells ca…
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Topic 3 Vocabulary, Period 2 IB Biology Michelle Liang
amino acids
anticodon
base-pairing rules
coding strand
A simple organic compound containing both a carboxyl (COOH) a…
A sequence of 3 nucleotides forming a unit of genetic code in…
Adenine-Thymine... Guanine-Cytosine
Contains codons while the non coding strand contains anticodo…
amino acids
A simple organic compound containing both a carboxyl (COOH) a…
anticodon
A sequence of 3 nucleotides forming a unit of genetic code in…
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IB Biology 2.3 Carbohydrates Vocabulary
Amylopectin
Amylose
Cellulose
Condensation
branched polymer of glucose found in plants as one of the two…
a polysaccharide found in plants as one of the two components…
a polysaccharide with the formula (C6H10O5)n, consisting of a…
formation of larger molecules involving the removal of water…
Amylopectin
branched polymer of glucose found in plants as one of the two…
Amylose
a polysaccharide found in plants as one of the two components…
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IB Biology Topic 2: Cells
1. All living organisms are composed o…
1. All living things when viewed under…
Unicellular organisms (such as amoeba,…
// I \\... /A|M\... Magnification = Size of…
2.1.1: Outline the cell theory. (2-5 pts)
2.1.2: Discuss the evidence for the cell theory. (4-9 pts)
2.1.3: State that unicellular organisms carry out all the fun…
2.1.5: Calculate the linear magnification of drawings and the…
1. All living organisms are composed o…
2.1.1: Outline the cell theory. (2-5 pts)
1. All living things when viewed under…
2.1.2: Discuss the evidence for the cell theory. (4-9 pts)
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IB Biology Revision - Topic 2: Molecular Biology
What is molecular biology?
What is a molecule?
Carbon atoms
What are the main types of organic com…
Molecular biology explains living processes in terms of the c…
An atom is a single particle of an element, consisting of a p…
Carbon can be used to make a huge range of different molecule…
Carbohydrates: Composed of C, H, O. 2:1 H to O ratio... Lipids:…
What is molecular biology?
Molecular biology explains living processes in terms of the c…
What is a molecule?
An atom is a single particle of an element, consisting of a p…
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