Lab 2 Chemistry

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BSC 2086C: Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 2: The Chemistry of Life Name __Sherilyn Nazareno__ Directions: There are eight (8) activities in this lab. Please be sure to complete them all. For all questions, type your answers into the yellow box ____ (including your name above) it will expand as you write. Activity 1 1-1: Insert the chemical symbol in the answer blank for each of the following elements. __O__ 1. oxygen __C__ 2. carbon __K__ 3. potassium __I__ 4. iodine __H__ 5. hydrogen __N__ 6. nitrogen __Ca__ 7. calcium __Na__ 8. sodium __P__ 9. phosphorus __Mg__ 10. magnesium __Cl__ 11. chlorine __Fe__ 12. iron 1-2: In the space below, list the chemicals above from the MOST abundant in…show more content…
A. aerobic respiration|7| B. glucose|6| C. oxygen available|4| D. mitochondrion|8| E. lactic acid|5| F. pyruvic acid|2| G. glycolysis|1| H. anaerobic fermentation|3| 6-2: What is the name of this process? _Cellular Respiration __ 6-3: This process is used by cells to manufacture _biochemical energy from nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), and then release waste products__ Activity 7 7-1: Five simplified diagrams of biological molecules are shown below. Identify the molecules using the key choices below. Insert letter of correct answer into space provided. Chose only one answer for each description. A. polysaccharide|1. C. monosaccharide| B. fat|2. E. functional protein| C. monosaccharide|3. D. nucleotide| D. nucleotide|4. B. fat| E. functional protein|5. A. polysaccharide| Activity 8 8-1: Name the molecule pictured above. _DNA__ 8-2: Name the type of monomer that makes this polymer. _Adenine, Thymine, Cytosine, Guanine__ 8-3: Name the bonds that help to hold the two strands together. _Hydrogen Bond__ 8-4: Name the three-dimensional shape of this molecule. _double strand coiled into a double helix__ 8-5: How many base-pairs are present in this segment of the molecule? _4__ 8-6: Name the two components of the backbone of this molecule. _sugar and phosphate__ 8-7: Name the bases of this molecule and describe the base-pairing
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