AP BIO UNIT 1 TEST 27 cards

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name the seven properties of life.

reproduction, growth and development, evolutionary adaption, order, regulation, energy processing, response to the environment


define emergent properties.

properties that present themselves at a new step and weren't present at the last step


difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells?

eukaryotic cells- have organelles and are more complex prokaryotic cells- simpler, smaller, lack most organelles


know what DNA, genes, genome are

definition in notes...this is too easy -___-


know this --->

species, genus, family, order, class, phylum, kingdom, domain HINT ;) dumb kinky people can often find good sex ****smallest to largest***** ..teeheee c;


difference between quantative and qualitive data ?

quantative= recoreded as measurements **quantity=numbers** qualitive= recorede as drawing/ sketches **quality of a painting**


hypothesis must be...

testable and falsifiable oh and btw **theory is broader more general than a hypothesis** (you'll thank me later *cue spongebob finger snap and guns*)


know what matter, elements, and compounds are

if you seriously look this up in note..your sad, or just freaking out over HUGE test...


4 elements that make up all living matter ??

oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen DUH


difference between trace element and essential element

essential- neede for life OBVI trace- acquired by organisms in small amounts


know what a atom looks like

erm, i can't add a picture...oh and excuse my grammer error in da front


know what is and how to find atomic mass and atomic number brah

they're lost doe... ...just kidding, number= # of protons in nuecleus **given** mass= # of protons and neutrons **also given mofo** btw # protons= #electrons


single bond and double bond

single- one electron shared double- two electrons shared JOKE what do you call a bear with no teeth ? -keep studying hard to find out-


nonpolar and polar

nonpolar- electrons shared equally **love each other and nice** polar- electrons shared unequally **one mean selfish buttface is hogging**


ionic bond anion and cation ??

electron shared and one eventually to have a complete valence shell anion= negative charged ion cation= positively charged ion **two for one special muddahfukkah**


reactants and products

6CO2 + 6H2O --> C6H12O6 + 6O2 reactants 1 products 2


polar molecule

one atom hogs the electron being shared with another giving the selfish one a negative charge and the victim a postive charge


cohesion and adhesion

cohesion= hydrogen bonds hold the substance water together adhesion= the clinging of one substance to another


solvent, solution, solute

solvent= dissolving agent in solution ex. water solute= substance being dissolved ex. salt <"IM MELTING, MEEEEEELLLLLTTTING" solution= homogenous mixture of 2 or more substances


hydrophobic and hydrophilic

hydrophobic- scared of water,, ahh water! run away! run while you can ! hydrophilic- likes water, hey yo mami, watah holla at me qt :*


acid and base and pH scales

acid= higher concentration of hydrogen ions base= lower concentration of hydrogen ions, more hydroxide ions up in heeereeah !! pHscales= scale of how many hydrogen ion are presente, 0-6 acidic 7 neutral 8-14 basic


isotopes and isomers

isotope= atoms of same element w/ same # of protons BUT different # of neutrons --> different masses isomer= compounds that have the same # of atoms but arranged differently giving it different properties **futernal twins**


chapter five on back !! -->

just kidding, i lied because chaoter five is really in your notes,, its too important to not study seperately kbye. ...hold up, ANSWER TO JOKE gummy bear bahahahahahahahahahahahaha, kbye.