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CLEP Biology: Organic Chemistry

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1. Group of Macromolecules that Includes Triglycerides and Phospholipids.

2. A group of at least two covalently bonded atoms

3. The attractive force between molecules in one phase and different molecules in another phase.

4. One of the most abundant carbohydrates providing either energy storage or structural support. Polymers of 10 or more simple sugars - composed of thousands of monomers and up to 100M molecular mass.. Includes Cellulose in plants and Chitin animals wit

5. The main oxygen transport protein in blood. Made of two alpha chains and two beta chains.

6. An atom's center of mass and center of positive charge.

7. Organ systems are made of organs which are made of _____________ which are made of cells.

8. Tentative - untested explanation of a scientific issue.

9. Basic biological molecules join to form larger biological __________.

10. The amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of a 1 gram sample of a substance by 1 degree Celsius.

11. A bond whose electrons are shared between atoms.

12. Used by organisms to produce energy - Most common form is glucose. Also includes Fructose and - less commonly - Ribose - and Deoxyribose.

13. Biological compounds containing and amino group and a carboxylic acid group.with one of 20 side chains.

14. A collection of organisms whose members interact with each other within an ecosystem.

15. A charged species that results from the gain or loss of electrons from a neutral atom or molecule.

16. Occurs when there is?

17. A process in which a substance or substances are converted into one or more new substances with different propertied and composition.

18. The fundamental unit of chemical matter.

19. A form of matter tha cannot be decomposed into simpler substance by ordinary chemical methods.

20. A condition or state in which a substance has an uneven distribution of electron density. Enables compounds to dissolve and enables hydrogen bonding.

21. Gradual process by which something changes into a different and usually more complex form.

22. The energy needed to increase the surface area of a liquid by a given amount.

23. An attractive forve between tow or more atoms or ions that holds them together.

24. A liquid which dissolves another substance without any change in its chemical composition.

25. A positively charged subatomic particle located in the nucleus.

26. Macromolecules made from polypeptides. Two type are globular and fibrose.

27. A compound containing a nitrogenous base covalently bonded to a pentose sugar and a phosphate group. Classified by the pentose sugar they contain - Ribose or Deoxyribose.

28. The tendency of an atom in a bond to attract shared bonding electrons.

29. Very large molecules with molecular masses as high as several million atomic mass units. Polymers of small similar molecules. Includes Polysaccharides - fats - and proteins.

30. A compound containing a nitrogenous base covalently bonded to a pentose sugar

31. The study of life and living organisms. A problem solving process.

32. The act or process of causing something to happen -

33. A specific combination of bonded atoms that reacts in a characteristic and predictable way. Examples are Ethers and Alchohols which are represented by a generic molecule. Includes Alchohol - Ether - Aldehyde - Ketone - Carboxylic Acid - and Ester. -

34. Have ths same molecular formul;a but different chemical and physical properties. The atoms are bonded in a different order. Some hydrocarbons are an example of Isomers.

35. A statistical comparison of two variables. Does not necessarily mean that one causes the other.

36. The attractive force between similar molecules in the same phase.

37. Occurs when one atom in a bond is more electronegative than the other.

38. State problem - refine the problem - propose hypothesis - make observations -

39. A chemical bond formed by the attraction between positive and negative ions.

40. The main oxygen transport protein in muscle. Made of a single chain.

41. A substance composed of two or more elements combined in fixed proportions.

42. The main oxygen carrying protein in blood. Globular.

43. An uncharged subatomic particle located in the nucleus.

44. A compound that contains carbon.

45. A chemical reaction produces energy when the difference between the reactants and the products is ____________zero.

46. The six elements that make up 99% of the matter in living systems.

47. A negatively charged subatomic particle located outside the nucleus.

48. Where two molecules are joined by the elimination of a smaller molecule.

49. A weak to moderate attractive force between a hydrogen atom bonded to oxygen - nitrogen - or fluorine - and an oxygen - nitrogen or fluorine atom on another molecule. Usually represented by dotted lines.

50. Three roles of Macromolecules.