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  • Evolution 1) adaption, 2) variation, 3) over-reproduction 4) not all =ally adapted. Some will survive better in order to reproduce than others. Homeostasis maintainece of dynamic range of conditions within which the organ can function – temperature, pH, and energy are the major componants
  • Homeostasis maintainece of dynamic range of conditions within which the organ can function – temperature, pH, and energy are the major componants

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  • AP BIO Ch 1-3 Recap http://www.emc.maricopa.edu/faculty/farabee/BIOBK/BioBookTOC.html
  • WEBSITE
    • http://mrshurstscience.wordpress.com/
    • All electronic files files will be posted here…..if you want to refer to them later
  • Tips for note taking in class..
    • http://coe.jmu.edu/learningtoolbox/cornellnotes.html
    • Doodle
    • Summarize
    • Change colors
    • Re-read ASAP!
    • Trade/Share
  • Chapter 1
    • Scientific Method
    • Theory, law
    • Scientific Experimentation ( variable, control, IV, DV, constants)
    • Major Contributing Theories:
    • 1.The Cell Theory,
    • 2. Evolution by Natural Selection, (all 4 pts)
    • 3.Gene Theory,
    • 4. Homeostasis
  • Names to know
    • Cell Theory: Hooke, Schleiden and Schwaan (1800s)
    • Gene Theory: Watson, Crick (1953)
    • Evolution: Darwin, Linneus, Lamark, Wallace
  • 3 domains, 5 kingdom system
    • Domains: Archae, Bacteria, Eukaryota
    • Kingdoms: Archaebacteria – extreme
    • Bacteria(Monera) – single celled, prokaryotic
    • Protista – simple eukaryotic cells
    • Fungi – mostly multicellular decomposers
    • Planatae – multicellular producers
    • Animalia – multicellular heterotrophs
  • Characteristics of Living Things
    • 1) Organization
    • 2) Homeostasis
    • 3) Adapt to Environment
    • 4)Reproduction and Heredity
    • 5)Growth and Development
    • 6) Energy Acquisition and Release
    • 7) Detection and Response to Stimuli
    • 8 ) Interactions
  • Levels of Organization
    • Biosphere to subatomic Particles ( be able to put in order)
  • Ch2 Chemistry Review
    • Matter ( anything that has mass and takes up space)
    • 1. Mixture
    • 2. Pure Substance
    • a. Element
    • b. compound
    • Basic unit of matter is the atom
    • Subatomic units: proton, neutron and electron
  • Isotopes
    • Same element, different mass.
    • Different # of neutrons
    • Ex C-14
    • Atomic #
    • Atomic Mass
  • Periodic Table and Energy
    • **don’t need to know all the orbital info
    • Basics of periodic table
    • Einstein and the electron ( E=mc 2 )
    • Electrons in their excited state
  • Bonding
    • 1. Ionic
    • 2. Covalent ( double, triple)
    • 3. Hydrogen
  • Chemical Reactions and Bonding
    • Molecules – covalently bonded compounds. Fixed ration
    • Glucose =C 6 H 12 O 6
    • Reactants  Products
      • (synthesis – combination, dissociation – decomposition)
      • CHON
  • Ch3: Water
    • Many of it’s unique properties can be contributed to the fact that it is polar.
    • “Universal solvent”
    • Solutions ( homogeneous mixture)
    • Like dissolves like ( oil and water)
  • Acids and Bases
    • Acids – dissociate into H+ ions
    • Bases – dissociate into OH- ions
    • pure water is =
    • pH scale (0-14) – hydronium concentration
  • Organic Molecules
    • 1) formed w/ actions of living things
    • 2)have a Carbon backbone
  • Then just the basics…
    • What is a functional group: We will study them in more detail in Ch4
    • 4 types of Macromolecules ( more detail in Ch5) and example
      • Carbohydrates
      • Lipids
      • Amino Acids
      • Nucleic Acids