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Biology Exam Review

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A game to help you review for Biology Chapter 2 Test

Created Date 10.09.17
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  • Which subatomic particle is not matched with its correct location in the atom?
  • Which of the following is an ion?
  • What are the three subatomic particles that make up atoms?
  • What type of bond is formed when atoms share electrons?
  • What is formed by the chemical combination of two or more elements in defined proportions?
  • Water has five features that make it important to life. Which of the following is NOT one of those features.
  • Which of the following properties of water allow trees to get water from their roots to the highest leaves?
  • Water has a pH of about 7. Substances with low acidity will be closer to 7 while those that are more acidic will be further from 7. Bases work the same way as acids, but in the opposite direction on the pH scale (1-14) Which of the following is a base?
  • What causes water to be polar?
  • In our water purity lab, which trial saw the most growth of the grass seeds?
  • Which of the following atoms is the most important for organic molecules?
  • Carbon has 4 valence electrons. What does this allow carbon to do that makes it so flexible?
  • Stemming for the Greek for "many parts", what is the word that we use to describe macromolecules
  • Which of the following is NOT an organic compound?
  • What is the name of the smallest unit of carbohydrate?
  • Which of the following is NOT a polysaccharide?
  • Lipids consist of two parts, a glycerol backbone and chains of ________________?
  • Which of the following is NOT a part of a Nucleic Acid?
  • Proteins contain a central carbon atom bonded to a hydrogen, a side-chains (the R group), a carboxyl group and ___________?
  • Some proteins are necessary to catalyze (speed up) chemical reactions in our cells. What is the general name for this type of protein?
  • In a chemical reaction, reactants are turned into products. In reactions that need an enzyme to occur in our bodies, what is the name of the reactants?
  • Living things use which organic compound as their primary source of energy?
  • True or False: our genetic information is contained in nucleic acids.
  • Proteins are strings of amino acids connected by what type of bonds?
  • Monosaccharides are to polysaccharides as nucleotides are to ____________?
  • In nature, chemical reactions that release energy often occur spontaneously. Reactions that require energy will not occur without ___________?
  • Enzymes have special sites in their structure that match to reactants of a specific shape. What is this site called?
  • On a graph of data, you typically put the independent variable along the x-axis. What is an independent variable?
  • Why would you want to control as many variables as possible?
  • Which molecule is used to build tissues such as muscles and bone?