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4th Chapter Test Review (SNB page 32)

Improved items are on the Webpage

Order the terms to show the flow of energy.

1. Zebra, Sunlight, Grass, Lion

2. Heterotroph, Autotroph, Sunlight

⋇To understand replication, what do I need to know?

Replication and

the four DNA bases.

Guanine

Cytosine

Adenine

Thymine

G-CAT

3. G-CAT helps one remember the four nitrogen bases of DNA:

Guanine, Cytosine, Adenine, and Thymine

step/rung of the DNA ladder.

If you know one side of the DNA

ladder, you can determine the

other side. Applying this concept:

G-C and A-T pairs only.Given that one side of the ladder is; What is the other side of the ladder:

CCGGTTAA

?

step/rung of the DNA ladder.

If you know one side of the DNA

ladder, you can determine the

other side. Applying this concept:

G-C and A-T pairs only.Given that one side of the ladder is; What is the other side of the ladder:

CCGGTTAA

G?

step/rung of the DNA ladder.

If you know one side of the DNA

ladder, you can determine the

other side. Applying this concept:

G-C and A-T pairs only.Given that one side of the ladder is; What is the other side of the ladder:

CCGGTTAA

GG?

step/rung of the DNA ladder.

If you know one side of the DNA

ladder, you can determine the

other side. Applying this concept:

G-C and A-T pairs only.Given that one side of the ladder is; What is the other side of the ladder:

CCGGTTAA

GGC?

step/rung of the DNA ladder.

If you know one side of the DNA

ladder, you can determine the

other side. Applying this concept:

G-C and A-T pairs only.Given that one side of the ladder is; What is the other side of the ladder:

CCGGTTAA

GGCC?

step/rung of the DNA ladder.

If you know one side of the DNA

ladder, you can determine the

other side. Applying this concept:

G-C and A-T pairs only.Given that one side of the ladder is; What is the other side of the ladder:

CCGGTTAA

GGCCA?

step/rung of the DNA ladder.

If you know one side of the DNA

ladder, you can determine the

other side. Applying this concept:

G-C and A-T pairs only.Given that one side of the ladder is; What is the other side of the ladder:

CCGGTTAA

GGCCAA?

step/rung of the DNA ladder.

If you know one side of the DNA

ladder, you can determine the

other side. Applying this concept:

G-C and A-T pairs only.Given that one side of the ladder is; What is the other side of the ladder:

CCGGTTAA

GGCCAAT?

step/rung of the DNA ladder.

If you know one side of the DNA

ladder, you can determine the

other side. Applying this concept:

G-C and A-T pairs only.Given that one side of the ladder is; What is the other side of the ladder:

CCGGTTAA

GGCCAATT

5. A cell’s genetic material is copied during DNA replication.

Original Unzipping Two Replicated Copies

Note: G pairs with C and A pairs with T every time.

6. A cell’s genetic material is copied during replication.

DNA replication.

4th Chapter Test Review ( replication.SNB page 32)

7. Photosynthesis is how plants/autotrophs create their food.

Chloe Chloroplast

only works in plants.

5. What sugar and oxygen producing process occurs in a leaf? replication.

Photosynthesis (glucose is a simple sugar)

9. What are the two products of photosynthesis? replication.

(glucose is a simple sugar)

10. Leaf cells use the energy in sunlight to make… replication.

(glucose is a simple sugar)

11. Capturing the energy in sunlight and using it to produce food is the main function of …

Chloe the chloroplast

makes the best

sugar cookies using

glucose.

14. Mitochondria convert the energy in sugars into a form of energy the cell can use.

(Converts food energy into cell energy)

15. Photosynthesis makes sugar and respiration breaks sugar down, so the processes are opposite.

16. The main purpose of cell division is to increase the number of cells in an organism.

17. DNA replication occurs before number of cells in an organism.

a cell divides because each

daughter cell will need a complete

copy of the DNA.

4th Chapter Test Review ( number of cells in an organism.SNB page 32)

18. In mitosis, the parent cell’s nucleus divides into two new nuclei.

In cell division, the parent cell divides into two daughter cells.

19. Chromosomes separate at their centromeres during anaphase of mitosis.

20. The process by which a plant cell becomes a leaf, stem, or root cell is called…

Differentiation of cells allows cells to become root, leaf and stem cells. (Replicate this slide.)

Replicate this slide: and stem cells.

DNA Bases and Replication (how DNA copies are made)

Original Unzipping Two copies

C and G make a step or rung.

A and T make a step or rung.

(G-CAT will help you remember)

Bell Work 3/19 and stem cells. (Use complete sentences /SNB page 31)

What is the function of a chloroplast?

1. The main purpose of the chloroplast is….

What is the purpose of a mitochondrion?

2. The function of a mitochondrion is…

If a parent cell is going to divide to make two daughter cells, how does it prepare and when?

What four materials are involved in photosynthesis and cellular respiration?

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