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  1. Bellwarmers and Exam Review Biology CP

  2. Day 1 (Aug 21) • The instrument below is called a ______ and is used to measure ______.

  3. Day 2 (Aug 22) • What should you do with left over chemicals that you are not going to use in a lab? • a. wash it down the sink • b. put it back in the original bottle • c. leave it on the lab bench for the teacher to take care of • d. dispose of it in the waste bucket that is provided by the teacher

  4. Day 3 (Aug 23) • Biology is called the study of • a. microorganisms • b. the earth • c.life • d. plants

  5. Day 4 (Aug 26) • Which of the following is a correct safety procedure? • a. eating in the lab is allowed • b. working alone in the lab is okay • c. point a heated test tube toward your lab partner • d. tie back long loose hair away from your face

  6. Day 5 (Aug 27) • The instrument shown below is called a ______ and is used to measure _______. • a. beaker, length • b.flask, mass • c.beaker, volume • d. graduated cylinder, distance

  7. Day 6 (Aug 28) • If you break a glass beaker during lab, you must first • a. pretend that it didn’t happen • b. notify the teacher • c. pick up the pieces • d. sweep it into a corner

  8. Day 7 (Aug 29) • This type of glassware is more accurate when measuring liquids. • a. beaker • b. graduated cylinder • c. florence flask • d. erlenmeyer flask

  9. Day 8 (Aug 30) • Scientists measure temperature using the _______ scale, because it is considered the universal unit of measurement. • a. celcius • b. fahrenheit • c. kelvin • d. degrees

  10. Day 9 (Sept 3) • What is the correct name for this type of microscope?

  11. Day 10 (Sept 4) • What is the name of part A on the microscope? • a. ocular • b. lense • c. nosepiece • d. arm A

  12. Day 11 (Sept 5) • What is another name for the shortest objective lense labeled B? • a. scanning • b. low • c. small • d. high B

  13. Day 12 (Sept 6) • Which part of the microscope controls how much light shines through the sample? • a. objective lense • b. ocular lense • c. stage • d. diaphragm

  14. Day 13 (Sept 9) • Who came up with the word “cell”? • a. Albert Einstein • b. Anton Von Leeuwenhoek • c. Robert Hooke • d. Issac Newton

  15. Day 14 (Sept 10) • Which choice below is NOT part of the cell theory? • a. All cells have DNA • b. Cells are the basic unit of life • c. All cells come from other cells • d. All living things are made of cells

  16. Day 15 (Sept 11) • Cells are small, because if the volume gets too big (compared to the surface area) then • a. it will contain too much cytoplasm • b. the nucleus will be too big • c. materials will not be able to enter or leave the cell quickly enough • d. the cell will burst

  17. Day 16 (Sept 12) • Cells help to regulate changes that occur in an organism, in order to maintain… • a. cell size • b. cell diversity • c. homeostasis • d. biochemistry

  18. Day 17 (Sept 13) • Which cell organelle is responsible for making ribosomes? • a. nucleolus • b. mitochondria • c. cytoplasm • d. nucleus

  19. Day 18 (Sept 16) • The cell membrane is composed of a double layer of molecules called • a. carbohydrates • b. proteins • c. phospholipids • d. golgi bodies

  20. Day 19 (Sept 17) • The powerhouse of the cell is the… • a. mitochondria • b. endoplasmic reticulum • c. golgi body • d. nucleus

  21. Day 20 (Sept 18) • The endosymbiotic theory explains why… • a. the nucleus is the control center of the cell • b. cells remain small • c. only plant cells have cell walls • d. why mitochondria and chloroplasts have their own DNA

  22. Day 21 (Sept 19) • When a cell “synthesizes” something, this means that it ________ something. • a. regulates • b. makes • c. protects • d. includes

  23. Day 22 (Sept 20) • The cell organelle that is called the “UPS” of the cell, and that looks like a stack of bowls, is the… • a. rough ER • b. smooth ER • c. golgi body • d. lysosome

  24. Day 23 (Sept 23) • The cell organelle that breaks down hydrogen peroxide that builds up is called the… • a. lysosome • b. golgi body • c. peroxisome • d. ribosome

  25. Day 24 (Sept 24) • The cell organelles that is important when cells divide are the… • a. centrioles • b. ribosomes • c. cytoskeleton • d. smooth ER

  26. Day 25 (Sept 25) • When the rough ER finishes making it’s proteins, __________ pinch off and send the proteins to the Golgi body. • a. ribosomes • b. vesicles • c. arms • d. lysosomes

  27. Day 26 (Sept 26) • How do you know that this cell is a prokaryotic cell? • A. it has a nucleus • B. it has a cell membrane • C. the DNA is scattered and not in a membrane • D. it has a flagella

  28. Day 27 (Sept 27) • How do you know that this cell is a plant cell? • A. there is a cell membrane • B. there is a nucleus • C. there are chloroplasts • D. this is not a plant cell, it is an animal cell

  29. Day 28 (Sept 30) • What are pili used for? • A. to help a cell move • B. to reproduce • C. to help bacteria attach to other bacteria • D. for genetic engineering

  30. Day 29 (Oct 1) • No bellwarmer - absent

  31. Day 30 (Oct 2) • No bellwarmer – short week

  32. Day 31 (Oct 3) • No bellwarmer – ½ day

  33. Day 32 (Oct 4) • No bellwarmer

  34. Day 33 (Oct 7) • Glycoproteins are special proteins with a _______ attached to one end outside the cell membrane. • A. lipid • B. carbohydrate antennae • C. alpha helix • D. phospholipid

  35. Day 34 (Oct 8) • Proteins that are located on only one side of the cell membrane are called ________ proteins. • A. integral • B. membrane • C. peripheral • D. alpha helix

  36. Day 35 (Oct 9) • Which part of the cell membrane adds firmness to it and keeps it from freezing? • A. the proteins • B. the phospholipids • C. the alpha helix • D. cholesterol

  37. Day 36 (Oct 10) • What type of protein is this? • A. receptor protein • B. transport protein • C. glycoprotein • D. alpha helix protein

  38. Day 37 (Oct 11) • What type of protein is this? • A. receptor protein • B. transport protein • C. glycoprotein • D. alpha helix protein

  39. Day 38 (Oct 14) • What is the name of the energy molecule involved in active transport? • A. ATP • B. NADP • C. an enzyme • D. electrons

  40. Day 39 (Oct 15) • Which type of transport involves the formation of a vesicle? • A. osmosis • B. facilitated diffusion • C. endocytosis • D. the Na-K pump

  41. Day 40 (Oct 16) • Which choice below is an example of endocytosis and means “cell eating”? • A. pinocytosis • B. facilitated diffusion • C. chewycytosis • D. phagocytosis

  42. Day 41 (Oct 21) • Water is flowing into the cell below. This means that the solution outside the cell is ____________ relative to the cell. • A. hypertonic • B. hypotonic • C. isotonic • D. more salty

  43. Day 42 (Oct 22) • If the cell below has 30% solute, how much solvent does it have? • A. 30% • B. 70% • C. 20% • D. you can’t tell

  44. Day 43 (Oct 23) • What prediction would you make about an egg that is placed in salt water? • A. water will enter the egg because the solution is hypotonic • B. water will leave the egg because the solution is hypotonic • C. water will enter the egg because the solution is hypertonic • D. water will leave the egg because the solution is hypertonic

  45. Day 44 (Oct 24) • Which choice below is NOT an example of passive transport? • A. osmosis • B. diffusion • C. endocytosis • D. facilitated diffusion

  46. Day 45 (Oct 25) • A cell is placed in distilled water, which is a hypotonic solution. What happens to the egg? • A. water will leave the egg and it will shrivel • B. water will enter the egg and it will be turgid • C. water will leave the egg and it will be plasmolyzed • D. water will enter the egg and it will get bigger

  47. Day 46 (Oct 28) • Pinocytosis is an example of _____________, and is when __________ enter the cell. • A. exocytosis, liquid • B. endocytosis, liquid • C. exocytosis, solids • D. endocytosis, solids

  48. Day 47 (Oct 29) • Which type of transport below moves DOWN the concentration gradient? • A. the sodium-potassium pump • B. phagocytosis • C. facilitated diffusion • D. exocytosis

  49. Day 48 (Oct 30) • No bellwarmer – in the media center

  50. Day 49 (Oct 31) • No bellwarmer – in the media center