Biology IB test 1

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  1. 8 All living things share what baic charactersistics 
    Organization, movement, made up of cells, reproduce, grow, obtain & use energy, respond to environment, adapt through evolution.
  2. 12 chareristic of life 
    Atoms, Molecules, Organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organism, population, communites, Ecosystems, biomes, biosphere.
  3. The smallest unit of matter
    Atoms
  4. Atoms are composed of 
    postive changed protons located in the nucleus and negative charged electrons located in orbits around the necleus. 
  5. 5 most important elements in biology 
    Carbon, oxygen, phosphorus, Hydrogen, Nitrogen 
  6. 4 important bi-moecules
    protein, lipids, nucleic acids, carbohydrates 
  7. Example of Organelless
    Mitochondria, Chloroplast, necues, Golgi 
  8. The smallest unit defined as life
    Cells
  9. A group of cells gaving a similar structure working together to perform an action
    Tissues 
  10. Group of tissess united to perform a specific function 
    Organs
  11. Living thing that has the abiilty to funcation idependtly 
    Orgaism 
  12. Group of organism belonging to the same species
    population 
  13. Population of species living in the area
    Communites 
  14. Includes water and soil, Energy processing sstem or communtity nterests
    Ecosystems 
  15. Large scale ecosystem classified by predominant vegetation type and ditive combination of plants and animals 
    Biomes
  16. Sum of all planets in the biomes
    Biosphere 
  17. Each level of Organization exhibits
    Emergent properties 
  18. What is an Emergent properties 
    It's the property where living things become more and more complex 
  19. Process in which the folding structure of a protein is altered due to exposure to certin chemical or physical factors; causing the protein to become biologically inactive
    Denaturation of a protein
  20. When you denature a protein you destroy its _______ and ____ strucutes
    Secondary and Tertiary strucutes 
  21. ________ bonds dont break
    Peptide bonds
  22. The primary stucture of a protein is what 
    amino acids 
  23. What does Chaperoin do
    Folds proteins and corrects misfolding
  24. Explain the Nitrogen Cycles
    N2 from the Atomosphere is taking in by plants and bacteria and then fixed so we can use it
  25. Plants can make their own ____ but we cant
    Amino acids 
  26. Chemical reaction have ____ that need to be taken to the _____ state and then produces _______
    reactants transition products
  27. Enzymes are _______ that increase the rate of biochemical reaction
    protein
  28. Enzymes bond with______ which changed it shapes
    Substrate 
  29. Factors that can effect a enzyme
    • 1.) Tempreture
    • 2.)pH - b/c to acidic or basic it like 6-8 pH
  30. Two Types of Enzyme Inhibitor which affects enzymes
    Competive, Non competive, 
  31. What is an competive inhibitor
    Some what same shape as substrate and goes into the enzymes spot
  32. What is the noncompetive inhibitor
    Changes the shape of the substrate by going into a different spot
  33. What is allostenic regulation
    When a substate has two sites on the active and one the allostenic sites and the allostenic inhinbitor comes in and changes the shape of the substrate
  34. Tells reaction to stop
    Tells reaction to stopFeedback inhibition
  35. What is cooperativity 
    When you have two or more subunits to an enzyme each with its own active site

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