Science Quiz 1
Card Set Information
Science Quiz 1
A method of determining quantity, capacity or dimension
A very large molecule consisting of many smaller structural units linked together
Type of macromolecule, main source of energy for your body
What are the monomers of carbs?
What elements make up carbohydrates?
CHO! Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen - twice as many hydrogen as oxygen
Nucleotides make up what macromolecule?
What elements make up nucleic acids?
CHON P! Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and phosphorous
What makes up protein?
Amino Acids- look like a chain wound up
What elements make up proteins?
CHON! Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen
Type of macromolecule that is a source of stored energy. It insulates the body to maintain normal body temps and they cushion the internal organs for protection.
Lipids are made up of what?
CHO (way more H than O) and triglycerides
The study of how organisms interact with their environment
Nonliving features of an environment
A community and its environment
Shows the flow of energy
Populations of different species living in the same area
Group of organisms of the same species living in the same area
Bond where an electron is shared between two atoms
Covalent bond- typically between two non metals
A bond where an electron moves completely from one atom to another
Ionic bond- between atoms that have different characteristics like metal and non metals
Made of a single cell or a complex combination of cells; exists in an open system and interacts constantly with each other and with their environment
Where one organism is harmed while the other benefits by the interaction
Gathering information using your senses
An atom that gains or loses an electron becomes a charged atom
A substance made up of one kind of atom
element, cannot be broken down into a simpler substance
Cannot be separated; a solute is dissolved in another substance
2 or more substances which are mixed but are not combined chemically
Number of protons and neutrons
Elements are arranged according to this, equal to the number of protons found in the atom of that element
Column, the elements have similar physical characteristics and the same number of valence electrons
Small granules outside the nuclear membrane, plays a part in cell division
Intracellular compartment surrounded by a protective membrane
Located in cytoplasm, builds protein from amino acids
Stores, sorts, and transports the ER products
Control center of the cell, DNA tells cell what to do
Found in plant cells but not animals cells
Cell wall, chloroplast
Converts fuel to usable energy
Where photosynthesis occurs
Encases the cell