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Chapter 2: Chemistry of Life Survival Island . Rules: . Each team must work together to answer the question. You may use your IAN to research the answer. When your team finds the correct answer, the two runners will GTCA dance-three legged to my podium to check off your answer with me.

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Chapter 2: Chemistry of Life Survival Island

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Chapter 2 chemistry of life survival island

Chapter 2: Chemistry of Life Survival Island


Rules

Rules:

  • Each team must work together to answer the question.

  • You may use your IAN to research the answer.

  • When your team finds the correct answer, the two runners will GTCA dance-three legged to my podium to check off your answer with me.

  • If you have the correct answer, you may proceed to the next question. If the answer is incorrect, try again!

  • You must answer the question in order!

  • Each group may only use ONE answer sheet


Round one of five write answers in complete sentences

Round One of FiveWrite answers in complete sentences

  • Carbon-13 has how many (+), (=), and (-) ?

  • What is the scientific term for “bondable” ?

  • Compare and contrast covalent v. ionic bond.

  • What type of bond is formed between water molecules?

  • Differentiate cohesion v. adhesion

  • What two effects of water allows plants to take water upward against gravity?

  • In a solution of sugar water, what is the solute/ solvent?

  • Blood is an example of __ because it does not dissolve in water.


Round two of five l abel the diagram with the correct term

Round Two of FiveLabel the diagram with the correct term.

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Round three of five write in complete sentences

Round Three of FiveWrite in complete sentences.

14. Use the chart to explain the effect of enzymes.

15. Explain relationship between the key and lock and enzymes and substrates


Round four of five copy the sentence and fill in the blank s

Round Four of FiveCopy the sentence and fill in the blank(s).

Chapter 2.3 Fill in notes

16. Carbon can form____of different large and complex structures.

17. Molecules with one sugar monomer are ______.

18. Lipids can be used to________.

19 . There are two kinds of _________ _____: DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA (ribonucleic acid).

20. Amino acids are assembled into polypeptide chains according to instructions coded in __________________.

Chapter 2.4 Fill in notes

21. A chemical reaction changes one __________________________________.

22. The energy needed to get a reaction started is called the ____________.

23. An enzyme is a ________________

24. Catalysts work by __________ a reaction’s activation energy.

25. _____________________bind to a part of an enzyme called the active site and remain bound to the enzyme until the reaction is complete, when the products are released.


Round five of five answer in complete sentences

Round Five of FiveAnswer in complete sentences

26. According to the chart, which product is the highest base level?

  • Stomach acid has what pH level?

  • What pH level should you have to maintain homeostasis?


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