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CHAPTER 2 REVIEW REVIEW
GeneralExperimentWaterCarbon Compounds EnzymesVocab Final Jeopardy
10 Point General Investigate and understand nature Explain Events in nature Use explanations to make predictions
10 Point General Answer What are the goals of science?
20 point General The study of life
20 point General Answer What is biology?
30 point General Basic unit of mass in the metric system
30 point General Answer What is a gram?
40 point General # of meters in 240 mm
40 Point General Answer What.240 m?
50 Point General # of kilograms in 5424cg?
50 Point General Answer What is.05424kg?
10 Point Experiment If fertilizer is added then the plant will grow taller is an example
10 Point Experiment Answer What is a hypothesis?
20 Point Experiment The first step for scientists when considering an experiment
20 Point Experiment Answer What is are careful observations?
30 Point Experiment Isolated and tested during a controlled experiment
30 Point Experiment Answer What is ONE variable (the IV)?
40 Point Experiment Combination of many observations and hypothesis
40 Point Experiment Answer What is a theory?
50 Point Experiment Used so results are easily shared among different groups of scientist
50 Point Experiment Answer What is the metric system?
10 Point Water Most abundant compound in living things
10 Point Water Answer What is water?
20 Point Water Location of acids on a pH scale
20 Point Water Answer What is below 7?
30 Point Water Substance dissolve in a solution
30 Point Water Answer What is a solute?
40 Point Water Main reason water has it’s properties
40 Point Water Answer What is polarity?
50 Point Water Attraction between 2 water molecules
50 Point Water Answer What is cohesion?
10 Point Carbon Compounds Main source of energy for living things
10 Point Carbon Compounds Answer What are carbohydrates?
20 Point Carbon Compounds Store and transmit heritary information
20 Point Carbon Compounds Answer What are nucleic acids (DNA and RNA)?
30 Point Carbon Compounds Main component in biological membranes
30 Point Carbon Compounds Answer What are lipids?
40 Point Carbon Compounds Basic building blocks of proteins
40 Point Carbon Compounds Answer What are amino acids?
50 Point Carbon Compounds Type of bond that holds amino acids together
50 Point Carbon Compounds Answer What is peptide bond?
10 Point Enzymes Class of carbon compounds that enzyme belong to
10 Point Enzymes Answer What are proteins?
20 Point Enzymes Affect enzymes have on reactions
20 Point Enzymes Answer What is speed them up?
30 Point Enzymes Energy needed to get a reaction started
30 Point Enzymes Answer What is activation energy?
40 Point Enzymes Affect enzymes have on activation energies
40 Point Enzymes Answer What is lower them?
50 Point Enzymes Temperature, pH, and other molecules
50 Point Enzymes Answer What are factors that affect the activity of enzymes?
10 Point Vocabulary Compound that starts a chemical reaction
10 Point Vocabulary Answer What is a reactant?
20 Point Vocabulary Used to observe small, living organisms
20 Point Vocabulary Answer What is a compound light microscope?
30 Point Vocabulary Environment for most chemical reactions
30 Point Vocabulary Answer What is water?
40 Point Vocabulary Process by which organisms keep their internal conditions relatively stable
40 Point Vocabulary Answer What is homeostasis?
50 Point Vocabulary Substance that speeds up a chemical reaction
50 Point Vocabulary Answer What is a catalyst?
DOUBLE JEOPARDY CHOOSE YOUR WAGER
FINAL JEOPARDY CHOOSE YOUR WAGER
FINAL JEOPARDY What is the name(s) of Mrs. Trask’s kid(s)?
FINAL JEOPARDY QUESTION What is Kameron and Olivia?
Polymer Molecule made of many monomers bonded together Also known as a Macromolecule.
Chapter 2 Chemistry of Life Section 1: Nature of Matter Section 2: Water and Solutions Section 3: Chemistry of Cells Section 4: Energy and Chemical Reactions.
Biology Review Chapter 2 Holt McDougal Biology. Question 1 A substance composed of only 1 type of atom is called what? A) a cell B) a nucleus C) a molecule.
Ch 2 The Chemistry of Life Students know most macromolecules (polysaccharides, nucleic acids, proteins, lipids) in cells and organisms are synthesized.
Jeopardy Acid or BaseOrganic and inorganic molecules CarbohydratesLipids and Proteins Enzymes and Nucleic Acids Final Jeopardy.
The three particles that make up an atom are A.) protons, neutrons, and isotopes. B.) neutrons, isotopes, and electrons. C.) positives, negatives, and.
Jeopardy Water/Atoms LipidsCarbsProteins Nucleic Acids Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
By Jason B. Tucker A “Jeopardy-like” Game for Lesson Reviews.
Chapter 1: A. Science is: 1. Investigating and understanding the natural world 2. Explaining events in the natural world 3. Using explanations to make.
Chapter 1 Review Key Concepts we have covered so far.
Lesson Overview Lesson Overview Carbon Compounds Macromolecules -Describe the structures and functions of each of the four groups of macromolecules. -Understand.
Jeopardy Chemistry Water What am I?VocabularyMisc.
Concept Cards. Section 2.1 Parts of an atom Charge on electrons, location Charge on protons, location Charge on neutrons, location Charge on every element.
Chapter 2. A compound is a substance that is made of two or more joined elements Organic compounds contain carbon atoms(along with other elements)
What our bodies are made of Chemistry of Cells. Nature of Matter All matter is made of atoms. Atoms consist of electrons, protons and neutrons. Molecules.
Chemistry of Life. I. Nature of Matter A. Atoms B. Chemical Bonding II. Water and Solutions A. Cohesion & Adhesion B. Polarity C. Acid & Bases.
Ch. 2: “Chemistry of Life” Vocabulary Review. Matching 1. ion c. atom or molecule that has lost or gained one or more electrons 2. atom a. smallest unit.
Atom Carbon Cmpds.
JEOPARDY CarbsLipid/Nuc. acids proteinsenzymesUnit.
Chemistry of Life Chapter 2 AtomsProteinsCarbsLipidsMisc
Chemistry Chapter 2 Quizzes. Quiz 2.1 and ________ are the smallest unit of matter. 2.Atoms in molecules share electrons and form __________ bonds.
Atom The smallest units of matter; combines with other atoms to form molecules. Both living and nonliving things are made from atoms.
UNIT 1 REVIEW HONORS BIOLOGY IB. SECTION 2-1: THE NATURE OF MATTER ATOM PROTONS NEUTRONS ELECTRONS ATOMIC NUMBER ATOMIC MASS MOLECULE COMPOUND ION IONIC.
UNIT 1: INTRODUCING BIOLOGY Chapter 2: Chemistry of life.
Around the World Basic Chemistry. 3. Neutral pH is_________ Answer: 7.
Essential Questions How does the structure of water make it a good solvent? What are the similarities and differences between solutions and suspensions?
The Nature of Matter Water and solutions Carbohydrates and Lipids Nucleic Acids and Proteins Energy and Reactions
Composition of Matter Energy Water pH Carbon Compounds Molecules of Life $ 200 $ 200$200 $ 200 $ 200 $400 $ 400$400 $ 400$400 $600 $ 600$600 $ 600.
Chemicals for Life. Carbohydrates Sugars and starch C,H,O Energy source.
Biochemistry Chapter 2. Matter Anything that occupies space and has mass Mass The quantity of matter an object has.
2-2 Properties of Water Objectives: Compare/contrast solution and suspension Explain why buffers are important to homeostasis.
Cell Chemistry Life depends on Chemistry What does this mean?????
Chemical Compounds in Cells Note Taking Guide. Elements An element is any substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances. It’s smallest.
Chapter 2: Organic Molecules of Life. Biochemistry and Matter Biochemistry is the study of the chemical building blocks that make up living things. Matter:
6.4 The Building Blocks of Life All living things are compose of organic molecules The six most common elements found in organic molecules include: C,
Biology 1 Study Guide 2.3, 2.4. What are the four biomolecules? Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic acids.
The Chemistry of Life Chapter Element Substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances 91 occur naturally –#1-92 found naturally;
Biochemistry Atoms, Elements, and Compounds Chemical Reactions Water and Solutions The Building Blocks of Life.
CHAPTER 2 CHEMISTRY OF LIFE. 2-1 The Nature of Matter.
The Chemistry of Carbon Organic compounds - compounds created by organisms Organic compounds - compounds created by organisms 4 groups of organic compounds.
Chemistry of Biology. What is Matter? Anything that has mass and volume.
End Show 2-1 The Nature of Matter Slide 1 of 40 Biochemistry Notes Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall.
Chapter 2 The Chemistry of Life. The Nature of Matter Atoms Nucleus – Protons (+) – Neutrons (neutral – no charge) Electrons (-) found outside the nucleus.
1. 2 What occurs when a peptide bond forms between two amino acids? A. Oxygen is released. B. Water is released. C. Oxygen is added. D. Water is added.
Chapter 2: Chemistry of Life. Building Blocks of Matter The basic unit of matter is the atom ◦ Atoms are made of subatomic particles: protons (+), electrons.
Chemistry of Life Nature of Matter Matter- Anything that has Mass and Volume Atoms are the smallest unit of matter that cannot be broken down by chemical.
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND ENZYMES EQ: What kind of organic compound are enzymes and what do enzymes do?
The Chemistry of Life. Up and Atom! Basic Unit of Matter is the ATOM 100 million atoms is only 1 cm long!
Inorganic and Organic Compounds Inorganic - not made by living things Organic - made by living things - carbon compounds - forms covalent bonds.
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