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Journal Week 1 Ch. 1& 2 Biology
What is Biology? What is a cell? Biology - The study of life. Cell – The smallest unit capable of all life functions.
What are the 7 unifying themes of Biology? Cellular Structure and Function Reproduction Metabolism Homeostasis Heredity Evolution Interdependence
What are some goals of Biologists? Preserving the Environment Improving the Food Supply Understanding the Human Genome Fighting Disease
What are the steps of the Scientific Method? Collecting Observations Asking Questions Forming Hypotheses and Making Predictions Confirming Predictions (Experiment) Drawing Conclusions
What are the parts of atoms including charges? Nucleus Protons Positive Neutrons Neutral Electron Cloud Electrons Negative
Why is water important to life? Storage of energy Hydrogen bonds Universal solvent
What are the four classes of organic compounds? Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic Acids
Biology Chapter 1 - Biology and You Themes of Biology #1) Cellular Structure and Function #2) Reproduction #3) Metabolism #4) Homeostasis #5) Heredity.
Chapter 1 Review Key Concepts we have covered so far.
Learning Targets “I Can…” -Draw a water molecule and label the atoms and their partial charges. -Distinguish between adhesion and cohesion. -Define “polarity.”
Honors Biology Ch 4 THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFE. M1: Ecology Study of large scale stuff M2: Molecules to Organisms Study of really small scale stuff.
Anatomy & Physiology Ch 2 Basic Chemistry. What are the parts of atoms including charges? Nucleus Protons Positive Neutrons Neutral Electron Cloud Electrons.
Bio 1000 Human Biology for Non-Majors. Introduction to Biology and Chemistry Biology is the study of life.
The three particles that make up an atom are A.) protons, neutrons, and isotopes. B.) neutrons, isotopes, and electrons. C.) positives, negatives, and.
Biology Day 1.
CH. 2 Chemistry of life Section 1 Nature of matter
Atoms, Elements, & Compounds. Elements Element --- any substance that can’t be broken down into simpler substances. Example of an element --- Oxygen,
Biology and You Section 1: Themes of Biology
Regents Biology Ch. 6The Chemical Basis of Life Atoms, Elements, & Molecules Why are we studying Chemistry?
2.2 Properties of Water TEKS 4B, 9A The student is expected to: 4B investigate and explain cellular processes, including homeostasis, energy conversions,
Intro to Biochemistry Using the empty slides provided (Make sure you give each slide a title!!) 1. Define and give a visual of the following: P. 148 Atom.
Chapter 1 Biology and You.
The Chemistry of Life Ch
The Chemistry of Life. What is Needed for Life? Matter –Takes up space and has mass Energy –Used to organize matter –Used to change matter.
Cell Transport and Biochemistry Day 2. Cell Transport-Passive Transport Passive Transport: does NOT require energy Molecules move from an area of high.
Macromolecules and Water Living Organisms Elements – Atomic Structure Nucleus – Chemical Activity – Chemical Bonds Ionic – Covalent – Hydrogen – Van der.
Nature of Matter. Atom smallest unit of matter that cannot be broken down by chemical means.
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