Test 1 Remediation
Remediation Video 1
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7 Characterisitics of Life
All living things are complex and made of cell(s). What are the levels of organization?
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Most energy comes from the ________.
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All living cells grow. What is the demostration he did to show this?
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T or F: Individual organisms do not need to be able to reproduce but the species does to be able to survive.
What are 4 examples of response to stimuli he mentions?
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What are adaptations?
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What is homeostasis and name 4 examples he mentioned.
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Mark each description with the characterisitic of life it meets.
reproduction
stimuli
adapt/evolve
heredity
metabolism
homeostasis
growth/development
Dog wagging his tail when you return home.
A dogs average temperature is 100-102 degrees and pants to keep it that way.
My dogs eats twice a day.
My puppy is so big now!
Dogs share a common ancestor with wolves.
Those puppies have their mother's markings.
That dog had 5 puppies in her litter.
Remediation Video 2
Biological Molecules
What does William Prout have to do with the biomolecules?
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Carbohydrates are used for what?
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What are carbohydrates made up of?
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All biological energy is captured first by plants in what form?
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What is a disaccharide?
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Polysaccharides are structural carbohydrates that organisms can build with. Cellulose is an example. What is cellulose?
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What is the difference between cellulose and amylose?
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We (humans) can't grow fruit or tuber so how do we store our carbohydrate reserves?
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Why are lipids grouped together?
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What two main ingredients make up a lipid?
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How many bonds can carbon make?
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What is the difference between a saturated and unsaturated fat?
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What is a phospholipid?
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Proteins are complicated! There are 10's of thousands. They do everyhting using just 20 ingredients called _________.
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What is the deal with nitrogen?
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What was on Hank's sandwich?
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Remediation Video 3
Function of Enzymes: Substrates, Active Site, and Activation Energy.
What is the activation energy? What analogy is it compared to?
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What are enzymes?
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Enzymes do not add snow to your snowball. What does this mean?
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The presence of an enzyme is analogous to what?
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What letter represents the activation energy needed for a catalyzed reaction?
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