CONTENT BIO 6 CHM

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  1. DEFINE ATOMIC NUMBER
    THE NUMBER OF PROTONS IN THE NUCLEUS. IN A BALANCED ELEMENT, IT IS ALSO THE NUMBER OF ELECTRONS.
  2. THE ATOMIC MASS IS COMPOSED OF WHAT?
    NUMBER OF PROTONS AND NEUTRON OF AN ELEMENT.
  3. ALKALINE MEANS....
    • BASE 
    • MORE NEGATIVELY CHARGED BECAUSE OF -OH
  4. IN POLAR COLVALENT BONDS ARE ELECTRONS SHARED EQUALLY?
    • NO. 
    • THAT IS WHY WATER HAS A DELTA POSITIVE ON THE OXYGEN AND DELTA NEGATIVE ON THE HYDROGEN.

    ELECTRON SPENDS MORE TIME BY OXYGEN, THAT'S WHY IT'S A BIT MORE NEGATIVE.
  5. A CHARGED PARTICLE THAT CARRIES A POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE CHARGE(S).
    ION.
  6. NAME 4 WAYS THAT INORGANIC MOLECULES ARE DIFFERENT THAT ORGANIC.
    1. INORGANIC USUALLY HAVE +/- IONS. ORGANIC CONTAIN CARBON AND HYDROGEN

    2. USUALLY IONIC BONDING. ORGANIC ALWAYS COLVALENT BONDING.

    3. ALWAYS CONTAIN A SMALL NUMBER OF ATOMS. ORGANIC MAY BE QUITE LARGE.

    4. OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH NONLIVING MATTER. ORGANIC OPPOSITE.
  7. DEFINE ISOMERE
    • MOLECULES THAT HAVE THE SAME MOLECULAR FORMULA, BUT ARE ARRANGED DIFFERENTLY.
  8. WHERE DO H2O GO IN HYDROLYSYS? IN OR OUT?
    • GOES IN!!
    • THINK "BREAKING DOWN" BY WATER.

    IT BONDS WITH -O AND -OH AND BREAKS OR DESTROYS (LYSIS)WHAT WAS THERE BEFORE.

  9. DEFINE CONDENSATION SYNTHESIS.
    WHEN JOINING MOMMNERS, H2O IS RELEASED. -OH FROM ONE AND -H OF THE OTHER.
  10. PLANTS AND ANIMALS STORE GLUSCOSE IN DIFFERENT WAYS. NAME THEM.
    PLANTS STORE GLUCOSE AS STARCH AND ANIMALS STORE GLUCOSE AS GLYCOGEN. 

    STARCH IS LONG CHAINS WHEREAS GLYCOGEN IS MORE BRANCHED.
  11. T OR F 
    SATURATED FAT CONTAIN NO DOUBLE BONDS.
    • TRUE. 
    • UNSATURATED FAT HAS DOUBLE BONDS ON THE CARBON WHERE IT'S MISSING A HYDROGEN.
  12. DEFINE PEPTIDE BOND. WHAT HAPPENS TO EACH UNIT INVOLVED?
    WHEN TWO PEPTIDES JOIN VIA CONDENSATION SYNTHESIS (RELEASE OF H20), THE -OH IS REMOVED FROM THE CARBOXYL GROUP AND -H IS REMOVED FROM THE AMINE GROUP. 

    • LOOK FOR A COLVANENT BOND BETWEEN
    • C-N

  13. 6H20 + 6CO2 + SUNLIGHT ----->
    C6H12O6 + 6O2
  14. CELLULAR RESPIRATION IS WHAT?
    CARBOHYDRATE + O2 ----> CO2 + H20 + E

  15. DEFINE TONICITY
    A SOLUTION'S CONCENTRATION OF SOLUTE VERSES THE WATER CAUSES THE WATER TO MOVE IN OR OUT OF THE CELL. 

    THINK ISOTONIC, HYPERTONIC AND HYPOTONIC.

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