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biology unit 1 test

Independent Variable? A testable prediction based on observation
Dependent variable? What changes in response to the IV.
What is science based on? Experimentation
Inference A guess
Qualitative Describes qualities
Quantitative Use numbers to measure something
Precision How close your measurements are to each other
Macro molecule Large organic molecules used for various functions in living things
Monomer small basic unit (think BRICK)
polymer complex structure made of monomers (think BRICK HOUSE)
Carbohydrate :main function Quick energy
Lipids :main function long term energy
Proteins :main function Most diverse / Most abundant
Nucleic Acid: main function store and transmit hereditary and genetic info
Protein : elements hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon
Lipids:elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
Carbs: elements Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and nitro
Nucleic acid : elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
Created by: Zbarton55