BIO 112
UBC - BIO 112
  • 2 Pages week 10 objectives
    Week 10 Objectives

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life. Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Week 10 Readings Online Pre-Class Assignment Week 10 PeerWise question submission on Week 10 material PeerWise question feedback Nov 9th Plasmids and Conjugation Discussion topics: Plasmids Mech

  • 14 Pages online reading 2
    Online Reading 2

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology

    Biology 112 Cell Growth - 1 Unit 1 Structure and Function of Cells Topic 2 Cell Growth Topic 2 Learning Objectives After reading this supplementary material and the related material in the textbook you will be able to: Describe what is meant by growth in

  • 8 Pages bio practice final answers
    Bio Practice Final Answers

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Prep101 www.prep101.com/freestuff Biology 112 Practice Final Exam 1) Natural selection: 1. acts on the genotype and not the phenotype 2. is determined by the effects of the environment on the genotype of the organism 3. acts upon the phenotype but is a co

  • 3 Pages bio answers to pratice final
    Bio Answers To Pratice Final

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    1. D. The rate and direction of DNA synthesis is the same for the leading/lagging strands, so A and B are wrong. Both require DNA separation so C is wrong. Statement E doesnt make sense. DNApolymerase uses the structre of the helix to choose the right bas

  • 1 Page Purpose of Cellular Respiration is to create ATP for energy
    Purpose Of Cellular Respiration Is To Create ATP For Energy

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Purpose of Cellular Respiration is to create ATP for energy ATP is formed from ADP + PO4 Energy is stored in the bonds b/w phosphate groups Aerobic Glycolysis, Oxidation of pyruvate, Krebs Cycle, ETC-(presented by different group) C6H12O6 aka sugar or m

  • 6 Pages Chemistry supplement (lipid bilayer assembly)
    Chemistry Supplement (lipid Bilayer Assembly)

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Chemical concepts necessary to understand lipid bilayer assembly What accounts for the behaviour of a waterphospholipid mixture? To answer this question, a few concepts from chemistry need to be examined: Electronegativity. Polarity. Water solubility of m

  • 16 Pages online reading 1
    Online Reading 1

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology

    Biology 112 Cells and Organisms - 1 Unit 1 Structure and Function of Cells Topic 1 Cells and Organisms The cell is the basic unit of life. According to Cell Theory all living things either are cells (unicellular organisms) or are made of cells (multi-cell

  • 2 Pages Problem 4
    Problem 4

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology Of The Cell

    How many types of DNA and RNA Polymerases are there for bacteria? -DNAP1 - removes primer adds DNA to that little bit DNAP III adds nucleotides in leading and lagging DNAP v is sloppier copier- adds a bunch off nucleotides past a diner RNA . Several to ma

  • 2 Pages Problem 21 & 44
    Problem 21 & 44

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology Of The Cell

    -answer is A -2 is obviously right because the two strands are anti-parallel (3' - 5' and 5' to 3') -for 3, what i thought was that since both strands can be replicated at the same time (leading/lagging), then both are being used as the template. -Both ar

  • 2 Pages Problem 7 & 38
    Problem 7 & 38

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology Of The Cell

    -the answer is B -The Citric Acid Cycle = Krebs -carbon atoms are oxidized to produce CO2 -answer is B _ _ _, G C _, A A _, _ U _, for the codon sequence and then I simply converted to DNA pairs and got _ _ _, C G _, T T _, _A_, = looks like B if you acco

  • 2 Pages Problem 12 & 15
    Problem 12 & 15

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology Of The Cell

    -answer=D -ATP synthase is embedded in the thylakoid membrane -the protein complexes and the PQ lipid also embedded in the thykaloid membrane -The whole purpose of the etc chain is to make ATP. If you dont get electrons across you directly don't get ATP -

  • 2 Pages Practice Problems
    Practice Problems

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology Of The Cell

    -answer is B -Anaerobic uses a TEA other than oxygen thats inorganic In fermentation ETC doesnt happen because TEA is missing -D is incorrect because oxidation is linked to oxygen-involving whereas anaerobic literally means "no air," explaining it does no

  • 1 Page Problems 11 & 45
    Problems 11 & 45

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology Of The Cell

    -NADP+, after the second ETC, NADP+ is reduced to NADPH -C because the electron ends up there after the first etc. -just like how the electron ends up with oxygen in cellular respiration

  • 1 Page Problem 57
    Problem 57

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology Of The Cell

    Wouldn't bacteria need DNAPI too? -although it has circular chromosome, it is still double stranded- the fact that the chromosome is circular means no telomere at the ends -the role of DNAPI is to remove RNA primers that are unneeded for circular chromsom

  • 2 Pages IClicker Question 56
    IClicker Question 56

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology Of The Cell

    -it makes sense if you think about it in a way that the change in codon resultd in TGA which in mrna is UGA, a stop codon. However, i thought any change in the coding strand(Nontemplate) should not affect the transcription -the only reason you would get U

  • 2 Pages Problem 31 & 41
    Problem 31 & 41

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology Of The Cell

    -answer is C All types RNA degrade because they are unstable. This mutated one will do the same. -It shouldn't have a significant consequence, since RNA polymerase synthesizes RNA. -RNA is unstable and degrades quickly, thus probably only making a few inc

  • 2 Pages Bio what to know
    Bio What To Know

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Bio112 Equation Sheet TYPES OF CELLS Before the midterm: You should be able to characterize the differences and similarities between Gram negative and positive cell walls. CELL WALLS o You must know the differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell

  • 5 Pages bio practice midterm
    Bio Practice Midterm

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Prep101 http:/www.prep101.com/freestuff Biology 112 Practice Midterm Questions 1. Identify which statement is true or false I. Bacterial cell walls prevent osmotic lysis II. All bacterial cell walls contain an LPS layer III. In a Gram stain, Gram positiv

  • 6 Pages bio practice midtem answers
    Bio Practice Midtem Answers

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Prep101 SolutionstoBiology112PracticeMidterm 1. Identifywhichstatementistrueorfalse I. Bacterialcellwallspreventosmoticlysis II. AllbacterialcellwallscontainanLPSlayer III. InaGramstain,Grampositivecellsarepurple IV. Teichoicacidactstocrosslinkphospholip

  • 3 Pages midterm 1 summary
    Midterm 1 Summary

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Generated by Foxit PDF Creator Foxit Software http:/www.foxitsoftware.com For evaluation only. Midterm 1 Learning objectives 1. Describe what is meant by growth in a unicellular organism. Growth = growth of the population due to cell duplivcation 2. Calcu

  • 1 Page week 1 objectives
    Week 1 Objectives

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life. Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Week 1 Readings (due by Fridays lecture) Brock, 6.5-6.7 (e-text chapter 5) Online Pre-Class Assignment Week 1 Due by 9am on Sept 11th Sept 9th Introduction to Biology 112 th Sept 11 Cell Growth

  • 2 Pages week 3 objectives
    Week 3 Objectives

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life. Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Week 3 Readings Online Pre-Class Assignment - Week 3 PeerWise Question Submission Sept 21st Investigation Activity Sept 23rd Proteins Freeman: sections 3.1-3.5, 4.1-4.3 Brock: sections 3.5-3.8 (

  • 2 Pages week 3 short answer answer
    Week 3 Short Answer Answer

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Two proteins, A and B, are discovered and upon studying their structures it is found that three amino acids are clustered together inside each of them (that is, a cluster is found in the interior

  • 1 Page week 3 short answer practice
    Week 3 Short Answer Practice

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Two proteins, A and B, are discovered and upon studying their structures it is found that three amino acids are clustered together inside each of them (that is, a cluster is found in the interior

  • 3 Pages week 3 slides
    Week 3 Slides

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Structure of nucleic acids 5 carbon 3 carbon The backbone of each strand of DNA is a polymer of riboses linked with Phosphates the phosphates like the #5 carbon of one phosphate to the #3 Carbon of the next. So there is an orientation 5-3, or 3-5 4 2 1 2

  • 1 Page week 4 consensus sequence
    Week 4 Consensus Sequence

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Consensus Sequences When analyzing DNA sequences of important genetic elements such as genes and promoters, it becomes clear that cells can use DNA sequences that do the same thing, but are slightly different in the actual sequence. A good example of this

  • 1 Page week 4 consensus sequence slide
    Week 4 Consensus Sequence Slide

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Prokaryotic promoter Promoter: +1 = first base of mRNA 10 and 35 sequences (upstream) = promoter (T T G A C A T ) 82 84 79 64 55 45 41 (T A T A A T) 79 95 44 59 51 96 Occurrence of the bases in the consensus sequences in 100 different promoters (random wo

  • 2 Pages week 4 objectives
    Week 4 Objectives

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life. Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Week 4 Readings Online Pre-Class Assignment - Week 4 PeerWise Question Submission PeerWise Question Feedback Sept 28th Sept 30th Invention Activity Transcription Freeman 15.1-15.3, 16.1, 16.3-16

  • 3 Pages week 5 objectives
    Week 5 Objectives

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life. Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Week 5 Readings Online Pre-Class Assignment - Week 5 PeerWise question submission on Week 5 material PeerWise question feedback Oct 5th Lactose Operon Freeman 17.1-17.3, 17.5 Brock 9.1, 9.3, 9.4

  • 1 Page week 6 objectives
    Week 6 Objectives

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

  • 2 Pages week 7 objectives
    Week 7 Objectives

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life. Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Week 7 Readings Online Pre-Class Assignment - Week 7 PeerWise question submission on Week 7 material PeerWise question feedback Oct 19th Oct 21st Invention Activity Eukaryotic Genomes Discussion

  • 2 Pages week 8 objectives
    Week 8 Objectives

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life. Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Week 8 Readings Online Pre-Class Assignment - Week 8 PeerWise question submission on Week 8 material PeerWise question feedback Oct 26th Oct 28th Invention Activity DNA Replication Freeman 14.2-

  • 2 Pages week 9 objectives
    Week 9 Objectives

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life. Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Week 9 Readings Online Pre-Class Assignment Week 9 PeerWise question submission on Week 9 material PeerWise question feedback Nov 2nd Nov 4th Freeman 14.1, the Transformation section on page 393

  • 2 Pages week 12 objectives
    Week 12 Objectives

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology 112

    Biology 112: Unicellular life. Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Week 12 Readings Online Pre-Class Assignment Week 12 PeerWise question submission on Week 12 material PeerWise question feedback Nov 23rd Nov 25th Investigation Activity The Other Method of ATP

  • 2 Pages iClicker Questions
    IClicker Questions

    School: UBC

    Course: Biology Of The Cell

    -answer is B -answer is A -it acetylates the Lysine and Arganine in the Histone. Those 2 bind to only the backbone of the DNA. Inside of theNA is Hydrophobic so it doesn't react with anything. HAT OR HDAC have methyl or acetyl groups, not amino acids

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