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  • 3 Pages Bio1AL_Exam1_Dwinelle_145
    Bio1AL_Exam1_Dwinelle_145

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    REAR of 14 5 DWINE LLE 4 3 5 2 5 4 3 5 2 Sect. 05 Sect. 03 11 10 10 9 Sect. 11 FRONT of 145 DWIN ELLE Sit every third seat (1,4, 7,10, etc.) (i.e. 2 empty seats between each student).

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec20_slides1
    Bio1A_su08_lec20_slides1

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    Unit 7 Animal Form and Function Carol Gilson, Ph.D. Associate Professor Samuel Merritt College California School of Podiatric Medicine Instructor of Histology and Physiology cgilson@samuelmerritt.edu Check in morning (9-10am) and evening (4-5pm) Off

  • 8 Pages Bio1A_sum07_lec8-1_slides6
    Bio1A_sum07_lec8-1_slides6

    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 49 Motor Systems Body movements (swim, crawl, run, hop, fly) result from muscle action against some type of skeleton Skeletons function in: Support framework to maintain shape Protection for soft tissues Movement Three major types of skele

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec24_objectives
    Bio1A_su08_lec24_objectives

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    Hormones and the Endocrine System Objectives 1. Define local regulator, hormone and neuroendocrine. 2. List the three major classes (by molecular type) of hormones. Describe the mechanism of synthesis, secretion, transport in plasma, and inactivatio

  • 6 Pages Bio1A_sum07_lec8-14_slides6
    Bio1A_sum07_lec8-14_slides6

    School: Berkeley

    Hormones and the Endocrine System Extracellular chemical messengers Hormone Dynamics Human Endocrine System Homeostatic Regulation by Hormones Extracellular Chemical Signals 1. Local regulators 2. Hormones 3. Neuroendocrines Hormones reaches all pa

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_sum07_outline_lec1
    Bio1A_sum07_outline_lec1

    School: Berkeley

    Bio 1A-Summer 2007 Lecture 1Introduction to Living Organisms Baxter Monday, June 25 I. BiologyWhat is Life? A. Emergent Properties B. Properties of Life 1. Growth and Development 2. Energy Utilization 3. Respond to Surroundings 4. Maintains Homeost

  • 3 Pages HarrisEcology1
    HarrisEcology1

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1b Summer 2008 Eric Harris Ecology Lecture 1 Page 1 of 2 ECOLOGY LECTURE 1: INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY Reading: 7th ed., 1926, 10801092; 8th ed., 1824, 11481159. A. Natural History & the Scientific Method i) Natural History vs. Science Biological s

  • 3 Pages latto1
    Latto1

    School: Berkeley

    Lecture outlines Part 1: Evolution Evolution lecture 1 Pre-Darwinian thought APre-Darwinian thought i) Natural theology (Creationism): species FIXED ii) Linnaeus iii) Catastrophism: Cuvier and the search for Mastodon iv) Gradualism and uniformitaria

  • 6 Pages ResiliencyThinkingReview
    ResiliencyThinkingReview

    School: Berkeley

    Books The Fitness of Goodness Moral Minds: How Na t u re Design ed Our Un iversal Sense of Ri ght and Wron g . Ma rc D. Hauser. Ha rperCo llins, New York, 2006. 512 pp. $27.95 (ISBN 9780060780708 cl o t h ) . human moral sense. Ha u s er is well qua

  • 5 Pages Resh7
    Resh7

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    Biology 1B, Ecology Lecture 7, Page 1 *Assigned readings, 7th Edition pp. 1171-1175 6th Edition pp. 1186-1195 Communities Outline of Lecture 7 A. Views of communities B. Coevolution C. If there are so many herbivores why are there any plants left? D.

  • 3 Pages Bio1AL_F07_LabExam1
    Bio1AL_F07_LabExam1

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    Biology 1A Lab Exam I, Fall 2007 Bring a photo ID to the lab exam. W he n: Friday, 10/19 from 6 :40-8:20 PM, in various rooms (see below). BE ON TIME. The exam will begin EXACTLY AT 6:40 PM (If you can not make the exam time, and only if you have arr

  • 4 Pages Bio1AL_sum07_syllabus
    Bio1AL_sum07_syllabus

    School: Berkeley

    BIOLOGY 1AL LABORATORY COURSE SYLLABUS Summer 2007 Lecturers: Dr. James Baxter and Dr. Carol Gilson. There may be additional guest lecturers. Dr. Baxters contact information is myxa2@comcast.net and phone is 510-642-4110. Dr. Gilsons contact inform

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_Syllabus_Summer04
    Bio1A_Syllabus_Summer04

    School: Berkeley

    Welcome to Biology 1A, UC Berkeley, Summer 2004 Int r od ucti o n: Hopefully you will find Biology 1A to be a fun and exciting class. It will be readily apparent to you that the lecturers, graduate students, and staff enjoy biology a nd teaching! War

  • 10 Pages Bio1A_sum07_lec8-2_slides6
    Bio1A_sum07_lec8-2_slides6

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    Chapter 42 Circulation and Gas Exchange Circulatory systems in animals Vertebrate hearts Mammalian cardiovascular system Heart Blood vessels Cardiovascular function Respiratory surfaces Mammalian respiratory system Gaseous exchange Ventilating lungs

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_Syllabus_Spring06
    Bio1A_Syllabus_Spring06

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    BIOLOGY 1A: COURSE SYLLABUS Spring 2006 Faculty: The faculty belong to the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology. The faculty will hold office hours (while they are lecturing) as follows: Time and Location Mark Schlissel W 9:30-10:30, F 1-2:30.

  • 50 Pages Bio1A_sum07_lec8-7_slides1
    Bio1A_sum07_lec8-7_slides1

    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 44 Osmoregulation and Excretion Controlling the internal environment Osmoregulation Nitrogenous wastes Excretory systems Mammalian excretory systems Adaptations of vertebrate kidneys Controlling the Internal Environment 2 processes of homeo

  • 2 Pages Power_SampleExamQuestions2
    Power_SampleExamQuestions2

    School: Berkeley

    Per capita birth or death rate Per capita birth or death rate A death birth B death birth C death birth Density independent death rates are shown in graphs: a) A b) B c) C d) B and C e) A, B, and C 1 A death birth In all graphs, when populatio

  • 6 Pages Power6b_PopulationBiology
    Power6b_PopulationBiology

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    Unitary vs Modular organisms Unitary organisms develop from zygote to adult with determinant form Modular organisms grow by repeated interations of its parts (modules) into an adult of indeterminate form (coral, poison oak) unitary modular Curre

  • 2 Pages feldman1
    Feldman1

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    Dr. Feldmans Lecture Outlines - 1 Lecture 1, Introduction/Fungi Linnaeus originally classified all organisms as plants or animals based on contrasting characteristics including: movement versus no apparent movement; eating versus not eating, finite

  • 9 Pages Carlson1_TreeofLifeProtists
    Carlson1_TreeofLifeProtists

    School: Berkeley

    Bio 1B Lecture Fall 2005, Tree of Life, Algae, & other Protists Thomas Carlson <tcarlson@berkeley,edu> BIO 1B Plant Section Fall 2005 Instructor Thomas Carlson tcarlson@berkeley.edu Office Hours: 9-10:00 AM on Monday & Friday Lectures notes will be o

  • 12 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec26_slides6
    Bio1A_su08_lec26_slides6

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    Chapter 48 Nervous Systems Neurons: Have excitable membranes, and the capacity to propagate action potentials. Neurons are composed of three parts: 1) dendrites 2) soma = cell body 3) axon Communication by electrical signals Nervous tissue Action P

  • 2 Pages feldman1
    Feldman1

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    Lecture 1, Introduction/Fungi -Continued existence of life on earth depends on plants; -photosynthesis -Plant lifecycle consists of two separate generations -sporophyte (2n) and gametophyte (n) -Two generations alternate to make up the life cycle =

  • 3 Pages PlantsPracticeQuestions
    PlantsPracticeQuestions

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    Plants Midterm Practice Questions August 7, 2008 1. In the life cycle of an angiosperm, which of the following stages is/are diploid? a) Megaspore only b) Tube nucleus of a pollen grain only c) Polar nuclei of the embryo sac only d) Microspore moth

  • 4 Pages Power6_DemographyPopDyn
    Power6_DemographyPopDyn

    School: Berkeley

    Life history tradeoffs. Reproductive female red deer on Scottish island have lower survival rates than non-reproductive females of same age Adult kestrels (sparrow hawks) have better survival if their broods are artificially reduced, and poorer sur

  • 7 Pages Power5_PopulationEcology
    Power5_PopulationEcology

    School: Berkeley

    Autecology: Natural History and Life History traits and tradeoffs of organisms Food sources Size Growth rates Defenses Reproductive strategies Mobility, home range Stoichiometry (elemental composition) Allocation to hard structure vs soft tis

  • 4 Pages Power5_LifeHistories
    Power5_LifeHistories

    School: Berkeley

    Endotherms: use their own metabolic heat production to regulate their body temperature. Ectotherms: rely on external sources of heat to regulate temperature; Temperature-Time "Degree Days" Temperature governs rates of development and growth in ecto

  • 3 Pages Carlson8_LifeCyclesDiagrams
    Carlson8_LifeCyclesDiagrams

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    Required Lifecycles and Other Important Diagrams & Charts Professor Thomas Carlson Bio 1B Plant Section Fall 2007 1 Life Cycles Required for Bio 1B Plant/Fungi Midterm Exam Required Life Cycles Basidiomycete Fungal Life Cycle Clamydomonas (unicellul

  • 45 Pages Bio1A_sum07_lec8-1_slides1
    Bio1A_sum07_lec8-1_slides1

    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 49 Motor Systems Types of skeletons Vertebrate skeletal muscle Motor control Body movements (swim, crawl, run, hop, fly) result from muscle action against some type of skeleton Skeletons function in: Support framework to maintain shape Pro

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_Syllabus_Summer03
    Bio1A_Syllabus_Summer03

    School: Berkeley

    Welcome to Biology 1A, UC Berkeley, Summer 2003 Introduction: Hopefully you will find Biology 1A to be a fun and exciting class. It will be readily apparent to you that the lecturers, graduate students, and staff enjoy biology and teaching! Warning -

  • 5 Pages Bio1A_sum07_syllabus
    Bio1A_sum07_syllabus

    School: Berkeley

    Welcome to Biology 1A, UCB, Summer 2007 Int r od ucti o n: Hopefully you will find Biology 1A to be a fun and exciting class. It will be readily apparent that we enjoy biology and teaching! Warning - the pace will be blistering fast. You are expected

  • 8 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec25_slides6
    Bio1A_su08_lec25_slides6

    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 43 The Bodys Defenses: The Immune System Plasma cells Differentiated B lymphocytes. Secrete antibodies. Macrophages Differentiated monocytes. Phagocytic, process and present antigen, activate T cells Mast cells Similar to basophils, initiate

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec22_objectives
    Bio1A_su08_lec22_objectives

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    Circulation and Gas Exchange - Objectives: 1. Differentiate between gastrovascular cavities, open circulation and closed circulation as types of internal transport systems in animals. Be able to categorize animals studied by this characteristic. 2. C

  • 3 Pages WarningToCheaters
    WarningToCheaters

    School: Berkeley

    Dear Fellow Students, In Fall 2005, I was a rightfully accused of cheating on a lab assignment. Another student and I had worked on a worksheet together, when it was clearly stated that it was an individual assignment. As a result, not only did I aut

  • 16 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec29_slides3
    Bio1A_su08_lec29_slides3

    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 46 Reproduction Human reproductive system Male system Female system Human Reproductive System: Male Testis spermatogenesis and the secretion of hormones Conducting system transport of spermatozoa Associated glands contribute to the fluid su

  • 8 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec29_slides6
    Bio1A_su08_lec29_slides6

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    Chapter 46 Reproduction Seminiferous tubules Epithelium 1) Spermatogenic cells not part of epithelium 1) Sertoli cells = nurse cells simple columnar epithelial cells Human reproductive system Male system Female system Human Reproductive System: Ma

  • 18 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec20_slides3
    Bio1A_su08_lec20_slides3

    School: Berkeley

    Unit 7 Animal Form and Function Carol Gilson, Ph.D. Associate Professor Samuel Merritt College California School of Podiatric Medicine Instructor of Histology and Physiology cgilson@samuelmerritt.edu Check in morning (9-10am) and evening (4-5pm) Off

  • 16 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec25_slides3
    Bio1A_su08_lec25_slides3

    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 43 The Bodys Defenses: The Immune System Innate Immunity Acquired Immunity Cell-Mediated Response Humoral Response Lymphatic Tissues Vertebrate Defense Mechanisms The immune system = cellular and chemical mechanisms that protect the animal

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_sum07_lec7-30_slides1
    Bio1A_sum07_lec7-30_slides1

    School: Berkeley

    Unit 7 Animal Form and Function Carol Gilson, Ph.D. Associate Professor Samuel Merritt College California School of Podiatric Medicine Instructor of Histology and Physiology cgilson@samuelmerritt.edu Check in morning (9-10am) and evening (4-5pm) Ign

  • 10 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec23_slides6
    Bio1A_su08_lec23_slides6

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    Chapter 44 Osmoregulation and Excretion Controlling the internal environment Osmoregulation Nitrogenous wastes Excretory systems Mammalian excretory systems Adaptations of vertebrate kidneys Controlling the Internal Environment 2 processes of homeo

  • 7 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec28_slides6
    Bio1A_su08_lec28_slides6

    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 49 Motor Systems Exoskeletons Hard encasements deposited on the surface of an animal. Protective Attachment of the muscles. Must be molted to allow for growth. Types of skeletons Vertebrate skeletal muscle Motor control Body movements (swi

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_sum07_slides_lec1
    Bio1A_sum07_slides_lec1

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    Lecture 1: Introduction to Living Systems Lecture 1: Introduction to Living Systems 1 What is Life? Living things share certain attributes that are not typical of non-living systems Trait or characteristic possessed by object due to arrangement

  • 48 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec25_slides1
    Bio1A_su08_lec25_slides1

    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 43 The Bodys Defenses: The Immune System Innate Immunity Acquired Immunity Cell-Mediated Response Humoral Response Lymphatic Tissues Vertebrate Defense Mechanisms The immune system = cellular and chemical mechanisms that protect the animal

  • 12 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec22_slides6
    Bio1A_su08_lec22_slides6

    School: Berkeley

    Specialized organs exchange materials with the environment. Circulatory systems ensure that substances rapidly reach all cells of the body from these organs. Gills and lungs exchange gasses. Alimentary canal exchanges nutrients. Liver and kidneys e

  • 7 Pages Bio1A_su08_Intro_slides3
    Bio1A_su08_Intro_slides3

    School: Berkeley

    Bio 1A-Summer 2008 Lecture 1Introduction to Living Organisms Baxter Monday, June 22 I. BiologyWhat is Life? A. Emergent Properties B. Properties of Life 1. Growth and Development 2. Energy Utilization 3. Respond to Surroundings 4. Maintains Homeost

  • 24 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec22_slides3
    Bio1A_su08_lec22_slides3

    School: Berkeley

    Specialized organs exchange materials with the environment. Circulatory systems ensure that substances rapidly reach all cells of the body from these organs. Gills and lungs exchange gasses. Alimentary canal exchanges nutrients. Liver and kidneys e

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_qz2A_key_F06
    Bio1A_qz2A_key_F06

    School: Berkeley

    Start with a diploid cell (a+/a, b+/b) in G2 with two pair of replicated homologous chromosomes as shown below (lecture format). Be sure to use the solid and dashed line for chromosomes. Name _ Key A Section number_ a+ a+ a a b+ b+ b b Draw the

  • 5 Pages Bio1A_Syllabus_Summer06
    Bio1A_Syllabus_Summer06

    School: Berkeley

    Welcome to Biology 1A, UCB, Summer 2006 Introduction: Hopefully you will find Biology 1A to be a fun and exciting class. It will be readily apparent that we enjoy biology and teaching! Warning - the pace will be blistering fast. You are expected to h

  • 2 Pages Bio1AL_F07_LabEx1_key
    Bio1AL_F07_LabEx1_key

    School: Berkeley

    Biol o gy 1 A - La b Ex am #1 Oct. 19 th , 200 7 Answers Exam 1 Bio 1A, Fall 2007 1 C 6 D 11 B 16 B 21 E 2 C 7 A 12 E 17 A 22 D 3 B 8 B 13 A 18 E 23 D 4 D 9 E 14 A 19 C 24 A 5 D 10 C 15 D 20 C 25 B Mean =66.2, STDEV = 15.4. A grade X ! 83, A- 79-82

  • 3 Pages Bio1AL_sp08_syllabus
    Bio1AL_sp08_syllabus

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    BIOLOGY 1A LABORATORY COURSE SYLLABUS Lecturers: Mike Meighan from the Department of MCB. Spring 2008 Lecture: Lectures are Monday from 5-6:30 PM in 1 Pimentel and simulcast in 10 Evans. They will also be webcast. You should read the assigned readi

  • 2 Pages Bio1A_Sp07_Midterm1
    Bio1A_Sp07_Midterm1

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    BIO EXAM #1, Friday. February 23, 8:00 A.M. Bring your SID. Know your SID #, your discussion section #, your discussion GSI's name and exam location. The exam is during lecture time. You will have 50 minutes. Your exam room is assigned based upon you

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_Sp07_Midterm2
    Bio1A_Sp07_Midterm2

    School: Berkeley

    BIO EXAM #2, Monday. April 2, 8:00 A.M. Bring your SID. Know your SID #, your discussion section #, your discussion GSI's name and exam location. The exam is during lecture time. You will have 50 minutes. Your exam room is assigned based upon your DI

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_Sp07_Midterm2_Key
    Bio1A_Sp07_Midterm2_Key

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    ANSWER KEY EXAM 2, SPRING 2007 Range = 22-94 Mean = 67.1 +/- 12.7, Median = 67, STDEV = 13.24 1 D 5 B 9 B or D 13 C 17 E 21 D 25 C 29 A 2 A 6 E 10 B or D 14 C 18 E 22 D 26 A 30 E 3 B 7 C 11 E 15 E 19 Any 23 C 27 E 31 B 4 D 8 E 12 D 16 E 20 D 24 E 2

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec26_objectives
    Bio1A_su08_lec26_objectives

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    Nervous Systems Objectives 1. Distinguish between neurons and glial cells of vertebrate nervous tissue. 2. Name and briefly describe the three components of a neuron. Know the general function of each of these components. 3. List the three major gli

  • 2 Pages Bio1A_F07_LectEx1
    Bio1A_F07_LectEx1

    School: Berkeley

    BIO EXAM #1, Monday. Oct. 1st, 8:00 A.M. Bring your SID. Know your SID #, your discussion section #, your discussion GSI's name and exam location. The exam is during lecture time. You will have 50 minutes. Your exam room is assigned based upon your D

  • 72 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec26_slides1
    Bio1A_su08_lec26_slides1

    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 48 Nervous Systems Communication by electrical signals Nervous tissue Action Potential Synapses Vertebrate nervous system Aplysia neurons Nervous System 1) Senses a stimulus = receives information with regard to changes in the external and

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec23_objectives
    Bio1A_su08_lec23_objectives

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    Osmoregulation and Excretion Objectives 1. Define and describe the distribution of the following fluids: intracellular, extracellular, interstitial, plasma, internal environment and external environment. 2. Explain why we regulate body fluid osmolar

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_makeup_qz2_key_F06
    Bio1A_makeup_qz2_key_F06

    School: Berkeley

    Name _ Section number_ 2N (3 pts) Use the diagram to the right and write in the 3 missing phases of the MITOTIC cell cycle for a human. Be sure to place them in the correct order. M refers to the entire process of mitosis. Indicate the ploidy (N) an

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_qz1A_key_F06
    Bio1A_qz1A_key_F06

    School: Berkeley

    KEY FOR Quiz 1A for Monday 11-12 Your Name _KEY KEY KEY_ Section # _101-104_ 1. Amino acids differ because_. Amino acids are linked together in proteins by_. A. they have different side chains, peptide bonds B. some are found in nucleic acids, phosph

  • 2 Pages HarrisEcology4
    HarrisEcology4

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1b Summer 2008 Eric Harris Ecology Lecture 4 Page 1 of 2 ECOLOGY LECTURE 4: POPULATION BIOLOGY II GROWTH AND REGULATION Reading: 7th ed., 11431158; 8th ed., 11811197. A. Exponential Growth Growth in an idealized, unlimited environm

  • 3 Pages plantanswers
    Plantanswers

    School: Berkeley

    PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR PLANT AND FUNGI MIDTERM There is a single correct answer for each question choose the MOST appropriate answer. 1) Water potential is generally MOST NEGATIVE in which of the following parts of a plant? a) b) c) d) e) Mesophyll

  • 3 Pages latto3
    Latto3

    School: Berkeley

    Evolution lecture 8 Macroevolution APatterns of speciation in the fossil record i) Phyletic gradualism (anagenesis) transformation of an unbranched lineage to a different state (species) i) Cladogenesis branching of new species from a parent specie

  • 3 Pages PlantsPractice_Answers
    PlantsPractice_Answers

    School: Berkeley

    Plants Midterm Practice Answers 1. D 2. C 3. C 4. D 5. C 6. A 7. C 8. C 9. C 10. E August 7, 2008

  • 3 Pages CorrectAnswers
    CorrectAnswers

    School: Berkeley

    Correct Answers 1. C 2. B. increase exponentially (assumes r = b-d and N(t) = N (o) ert) 3. C 4. D 5. B 6. C 7. Earlier age at first reproduction has larger population growth in an expanding population, despite smaller litter size. 8. Sea ro

  • 46 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec29_slides1
    Bio1A_su08_lec29_slides1

    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 46 Reproduction Human reproductive system Male system Female system Human Reproductive System: Male Testis spermatogenesis and the secretion of hormones Conducting system transport of spermatozoa Associated glands contribute to the fluid su

  • 3 Pages EcologyPractice_Answers
    EcologyPractice_Answers

    School: Berkeley

    Ecology Midterm Practice - Answers 1. E 2. D 3. C 4. C 5. E 6. D 7. D 8. B 9. A 10. D 11. B 12. D July 22, 2008

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec25_objectives
    Bio1A_su08_lec25_objectives

    School: Berkeley

    The Bodys Defenses: The Immune System - Objectives 1. List the leukocytes and connective tissue cells that are involved in immunity. Give a simple description of the role of each cell in immunity. 2. Define innate immunity, acquired immunity, nonspec

  • 4 Pages evoanswers
    Evoanswers

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1B: Evolution section Sample Questions and Answers 1) John Latto Selective breeding to reduce the frequency of an undesirable rare recessive trait in domestic species is very difficult unless: a) b) c) d) The chromosomal location of the gene has

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec21_objectives
    Bio1A_su08_lec21_objectives

    School: Berkeley

    Digestion and Nutrition - Objectives: 1. Compare fats, carbohydrates and proteins in their roles as fuel for energy, and their form of storage. 2. Define gluconeogenesis and glucose sparing. 3. Describe the homeostatic regulation of plasma glucose le

  • 4 Pages Resh3
    Resh3

    School: Berkeley

    Biology 1B, Ecology Lecture 3, Page 1 *Assigned readings, 7th Edition pp. 1136-1139 6th Edition pp. 1117-1118, 1151-1158 Dynamics of Populations Outline of Lecture 3 A. Density B. Dispersion 1. Random 2. Uniform 3. Clumped, contagious, and aggregated

  • 3 Pages Bio1A_su08_lec20_objectives
    Bio1A_su08_lec20_objectives

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    Basic Principles of Animal Form and Function - Objectives: 1. Describe the hierarchy of structural levels of biological organization. Define organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, and organism as they relate to this hierarchy. 2. Give examples

  • 10 Pages Mayfield_3
    Mayfield_3

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1A Lecture 3/2/2007 Dr. Jacob Mayfield Regulating the Cell Cycle How does the cell know to copy before it divides? Dependent Pathway: Grow Copy Condense Spindle Divide Independent Pathway: Grow Copy Condense Spindle Divide Rao and Johnson + G1

  • 4 Pages Resh12
    Resh12

    School: Berkeley

    Biology 1B, Ecology Lecture 12, Page 1 *Assigned readings, 7th Edition pp. 1106-1133 6th Edition pp. 1121-1148 Microevolution and Ecology Outline of Lecture 12 A. Irish deer B. Freshwater mussel Lampsilis C. Preadaptation D. Altruistic behavior E. Ho

  • 3 Pages HarrisEcology2
    HarrisEcology2

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1b Summer 2008 Eric Harris Ecology Lecture 2 Page 1 of 2 ECOLOGY LECTURE 2: INDIVIDUALS BEHAVIORAL & PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY Reading: 7th ed., 11061107; 11181130; 8th ed., 11201121; 11311140. A. Behavioral Ecology i) Ethology the scientific stud

  • 3 Pages latto4
    Latto4

    School: Berkeley

    Lecture outlines Part 2: Ecology Ecology lecture 1 AEcology and the ecological method What is Science? i) Hypothetico-deductive science: The scientific method: Making observations Forming hypotheses Making predictions Testing predictions ii) Scienc

  • 2 Pages latto3
    Latto3

    School: Berkeley

    Evolution lecture 8 Macroevolution APatterns of speciation in the fossil record i) Phyletic gradualism (anagenesis) transformation of an unbranched lineage to a different state (species) i) Cladogenesis branching of new species from a parent specie

  • 2 Pages HarrisPlants2
    HarrisPlants2

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1b Summer 2008 Eric Harris Plants Lecture 2 Page 1 of 2 PLANTS LECTURE 2: ALGAE & BRYOPHYTES Reading: 7th ed., 523524, 553562, 567583; 8th ed., 516517, 580589, 590592, 600610. A. Algae i) The origins of the chloroplast: endosymbiosis ii) L

  • 1 Page latto6
    Latto6

    School: Berkeley

    Lecture outlines Part 3: Plants Plant lecture 1 Introduction the classification of life and the photosynthetic former protists AClassification of life i) The old view - Five kingdoms: Monera, Protista, Plants, Fungi, Animals The problem of the proti

  • 2 Pages HarrisEcology2
    HarrisEcology2

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1b Summer 2008 Eric Harris Ecology Lecture 2 Page 1 of 2 ECOLOGY LECTURE 2: INDIVIDUALS BEHAVIORAL & PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY Reading: 7th ed., 11061107; 11181130; 8th ed., 11201121; 11311140. A. Behavioral Ecology i) Ethology the sc

  • 3 Pages HarrisEcology1
    HarrisEcology1

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1b Summer 2008 Eric Harris Ecology Lecture 1 Page 1 of 3 ECOLOGY LECTURE 1: INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY Reading: 7th ed., 1926, 10801092; 8th ed., 1824, 11481159. A. Natural History & the Scientific Method i) Natural History vs. Science

  • 2 Pages HarrisEcology9
    HarrisEcology9

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1b Summer 2008 Eric Harris Ecology Lecture 9 Page 1 of 2 ECOLOGY LECTURE 9: BIODIVERSITY & CONSERVATION Reading: 7th ed., 12091214; 8th ed., 12451250. A. Conservation Biology = integration of various subdisciplines in biology for th

  • 2 Pages HarrisPlants9
    HarrisPlants9

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1bSummer2008 EricHarris PlantsLecture8 Page1of2 PLANTSLECTURE9:PLANTCHEMISTRY Reading:7thed.,788802,813815;8thed.,821835,845847. A.Introduction Thedifferencebetweenanimalsandplantsasessilelife. B.PlantHormones(a.k.a.plantgrowthregulators) =organ

  • 2 Pages latto7
    Latto7

    School: Berkeley

    Plant lecture 3 A- Plants on land and plant structure Gymnosperms: Conifers, cycads, ginkgos and Gnetophytes i) Adaptations: Reduction of the gametophyte generation, Evolution of pollen, Evolution of the seed ii) Life cycle Flowering plants (Anthop

  • 2 Pages HarrisEcology7
    HarrisEcology7

    School: Berkeley

    Bio1bSummer2008 EricHarris EcologyLecture7 Page1of2 ECOLOGYLECTURE7:COMMUNITYECOLOGYIIIBIOGEOGRAPHY Reading:7thed.,11751183;8thed.,12141221. A.MigrationandDispersal i)Migration=aregular,longdistancechangeinlocation ii)Dispersal=movementofindividual

  • 2 Pages HarrisEcology3
    HarrisEcology3

    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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    School: Berkeley

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