Protein and Connective Tissue Essay

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1. Two or more atoms form a molecule: true
2. What body structure is formed from other tissue types? Organ
3. A compartmentalized structure in a cell formed from large macromolecules is called what? Organelle
4. Types of cells having similar function are called what? Tissue
5. All species living in a certain area is called what? Community
6. “if the experiment results do not support your hypothesis, then you should redesign your hypothesis and start the process again”: true
7. The cell is the smallest unit of life: true
8. A controlled experiment should have all the features listed below except: several testable predictions
9. A population consists of all the species living in a certain area: false
10. An epithelium is considered a tissue because they all have the common function of lining exterior and interior spaces: true
11. A scientific approach to explaining some aspect of of the natural world includes all of the following except: faith-based views
12. A characteristic of life defined as living things taking in and using energy and materials is called what? Metabolism
13. A discrete unit of macro-life is called what? Multicellular organism
14. The characteristic of life defined as movement of a cell or organism is called what? Motility
15. The characteristic of life defined as an increase in mass is termed what? Growth
16. A fact is a piece of information that can be verified such as whether the bread tastes good: false
17. It is always easy to determine if an entity is living. False
18. Organs of the body having similar function are called what? System
19. What is one cause of genetic variation of parents which can be inherited by the offspring? Mutations
20. Connective tissue is considered a tissue because it carries signals: false
21. A group of similar organisms of the same species is called what? Population
22. A theory is a set hypothesis that when looked at together form a broad supportive basis to explain a natural phenomenon: true
23. The characteristic of life defined as the body or cell’s response to environmental change is termed what? Irritability
24. the first step in using the scientific method is to form a hypothesis: false
25. atoms are similar to subatomic particles: false
26. Science is limited by what science can actually know about nature and also by what science ought to do: true
27. The characteristic of life defined as the production of new cells or organisms is called what? Reproduction
28. Living organisms share many physical and chemical properties with non-living naturally occurring reactions in nature: true
29. The biosphere is defined as any place on earth which supports life: true
30. Ribose sugar is found in DNA: false
31. “When sodium hydroxide (lye) releases a hydroxyl ion (OH) in water, it is called a: base
32. What type of bond occurs when an electron is captured entirely by one of the elements in a compound? Ionic bonding
33. ___ usually have four fused ring compounds and are an essential part of cell membranes: sterols
34. A large polymer of sugar units such as glycogen or starch is called what type of carbohydrate? Polysaccharide
35. What type of bond occurs when electrons are shared by two atoms? Covalent bonding
36. __ are long-chain fatty acids that are solids at room temperature: waxes
37. Proteins are large polymers made of repeating amino acid subunits: true
38. __ structure in a protein is formed from hydrogen bonding: secondary
39. What type of bond occurs when a hydrogen atom participates in a polar covalent bond so that it is slightly positive in charge? Hydrogen bonding
40. “When water molecules form hydrogen bonds with other water molecules, the slightly positively charged hydrogen atoms bond with the slightly negatively charged oxygen atoms”: true
41. __ structure describes the interaction of R-groups on amino acids in a protein that can be hydrophobic or hydrophilic: tertiary
42. “When chlorine captures an electron from sodium, the extra electron gives