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BIO Exam 1 (DEF)

Accept H+ Ions (Because OH- absorbs H+ to form water, so solution is Basic) Base
When dissolved into water, it releases H+ Ions (because H+ concentration has increased, it is acidic) Acid
Final product of solute and solvent combined Solution
Liquid (Solute is getting poured into) Solvent
Being dissolved Solute
Attraction of water molecules to other molecules of a DIFFERENT TYPE Adhesion
H bonds b/w water molecules cause them to stick together Cohesion
Anything that has mass and occupies space Matter
Pure substance, with physical and chemical properties, CANNOT be broken down Element
Smallest unit of an element Atom
Donation and receiving of electron pairs b/w atoms to create full valence shells Ionic Bonds
(-) charged oxygen atom is attracted to the (+) charged H+ atoms of another water molecule Hydrogen Bonds
Shares electrons unequally Polar Covalent Bond
Electrons are equally shared Non Polar Covalent Bond
Sharing of electron pairs b/w atoms Covalent Bonding
Sum of chemical reactions that occur to sustain an organism's life Metabolism
Does NOT use Oxygen Anaerobic
Uses Oxygen Aerobic
Entire of set of chromosomes, made up of nucleic acids, in the living organism Genome
Maintenance of a steady state Homeostasis
Environmental pressures change allele frequencies, driving evolution of the population Natural Selection
Used to predict what facts would also have to be true tp be compatible with the hypothesis Deductive Logic
Uses observations/facts to develop a tentative answer or HYPOTHESIS Inductive Logic
May/May Not show different results from the control group Experimental Group
Baseline used for comparison Control Group
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