• 5 Pages Biology 1201 Final Exam Questions
    Biology 1201 Final Exam Questions

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    1. How do muscles move the skeleton? Contract 2. How may possible gametes with A/A? One 3. What process is blocked by operons/prokaryotes? Transcription 4. What is the least involved in translation? DNA 5. In the picture of muscle contraction, know what b

  • 5 Pages BIOSYL_12_spring
    BIOSYL_12_spring

    School: LSU

    Course: BIology For Science Majors 1

    BIOLOGY 1201 INSTRUCTOR: SECTION 1 Spring 2012 Dr. Joseph Siebenaller Professor of Biological Sciences A609 Life Sciences Annex 578-1746 zojose@lsu.edu HU UH OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday and Thursday, 10:50 to 11:50 AM, or by appointment. CLASS: 9:10 to 10:30 AM

  • 11 Pages Test 2 Learning Objectives
    Test 2 Learning Objectives

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    Biol 1201 Section 1 Examination Two Thursday, March 8 at 6:00 PM in Campbell Auditorium . Membranes and membrane function (Chapter 7 of the textbook) Why are membranes called phospholipid bilayers? - Phospholipids have a hydrophilic head and a hydrophobic

  • 6 Pages Biology Final Questions
    Biology Final Questions

    School: LSU

    Course: Biology 1201

    Biology Final Questions 1. Weakest bond-hydrogen 2. Action potential uses channels before pumps 3. Hyperpolarization K+ channels open and K+ moves from inside to out of the cell (inside now more negative) potential difference is greater 4. DepolarizationN

  • 9 Pages Biology  1201
    Biology 1201

    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS 1

    Biology 1201 Notes 8/22/11 Supplies Folder Hardcover book(can sell back to bookstore) Mastering biology book (purchase separate if you get used book) Used clicker Class Weekly learning objectives Quizzes with clickers everyday Clickers count as par

  • 6 Pages Final Exam Study Guide
    Final Exam Study Guide

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    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS 1

    Final Examination Learning Objectives The final is on Monday May 7 at 10:00 AM in Campbell Auditorium Bring your LSUID and a number 2 pencil 85 questions worth 2 points each (170 points top score could be 113.33%) Biological molecules Amino acids: structu

  • 7 Pages Test 1 Learning Objectives
    Test 1 Learning Objectives

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    Biol 1201 Sec 1 Spring 2012 First Exam Learning Objectives The exam is at 6:00 PM Thursday Feb 9 in Campbell Auditorium. Remember - we will not have a class in the morning. Students who have notified Dr. Siebenaller of a class conflict will take the exam

  • 27 Pages Biology exam 1 study guide
    Biology Exam 1 Study Guide

    School: LSU

    Biol 1201 Sec 1 Spring 2009 First Exam Learning Objectives The exam is at 6:00 PM Thursday Feb 5 in Campbell Auditorium. Focus on the material and examples covered in lecture. The exam covers material in Chapters 2 through 6 of the text. The quiz question

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    Chapter 7 Quiz

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    Chapter 7 Self Quiz In what way do the membranes of a eukaryotic cell vary? a. Only certain membranes are constructed from amphipathic molecules. b. Phospholipids are found only in certain membranes. c. Certain proteins are unique to each membrane. d. Onl

  • 11 Pages Biology 1201 Exam 2 Review
    Biology 1201 Exam 2 Review

    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

    Biology 1201 Dr. Pomarico 1 Exam2Review Chapter5 1.Whichofthefollowingarenotpolysaccharides? a)glycogen b)starch c)chitin d)hydrocarbon 2.Whichofthefollowingarenottrueofpentoses? a)theyarefoundinnucleicacids b)theycanoccurinringstructure c)theyhavetheform

  • 31 Pages biol1011 chap 7
    Biol1011 Chap 7

    School: LSU

    Course: Biol 1201 Exam 1

    Note: These answers are pretty correct, but I would look them up yourself just in case! Biology 1011 Test Three Questions Chapter 7 Questions 1. Which of the following is incorrect? A. DNA polymerase - makes a molecule of DNA from a DNA template B. RNA po

  • 2 Pages Biology 1208 labreport 3
    Biology 1208 Labreport 3

    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

    Biology 1208: Writing Assignment #3 Brooke Adams Lab Partner: Katie Mayeaux & Kasie Banks Lab Section: 11 Hemolysis Time for Bovine RBCs in Solutions of Propanol Problem: Does the number of hydroxyl groups affect the permeability of the cell membrane

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    Ch 6 Homework

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    Chapter 6: Tour of a Cell HOMEWORK Part A Organelles of the endomembrane system The endomembrane system is critical for the synthesis, processing, and movement of proteins and lipids in the cell. The smooth ER functions mainly in lipid synthesis and proce

  • 32 Pages MidtermReview
    MidtermReview

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    BICD 100: Midterm Review Kevin Wu Mastering Genetics Problem Set 2, Part 7A You decide to conduct a genetic analysis of mutant lines by crossing each with a pure-breeding wild-type line. The numbers in the F2 indicate the number of progeny in each phenoty

  • 6 Pages bio notes
    Bio Notes

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    10/29/2007 1:35:00 PM Cell Cycle: About the life of the cell (birth to death of cell) Cell Cycle 1. 2. 3. 4. Cytokinesis G1 = Gap 1 S = Replication (DNA Compied) G2 = Gap 2 5. Cell Division G1, S, and G2 = Interphase Karyokinesis: Can occue by one o

  • 7 Pages Biology notes
    Biology Notes

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    Biology 1201 notes 8-28-07 What is Science? Body of knowledge System of explaining Scientific Method Observation-generalization or model-hypothesis-test-new observations Circular process- starts with observation and end with observations but new ones

  • 9 Pages bio study guide 3
    Bio Study Guide 3

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    Structure of Nucleic Acids: nucleotide structure nitrogenous bases * purines (a=adenine, g=guanine) (double ring) * pyrimidines (t=thymine, c=cytosine) (single ring) all species the amount of A=T and G=C but each species has its own ratio of AT/GC mo

  • 8 Pages Biology 1201 Chapter 14 notes
    Biology 1201 Chapter 14 Notes

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    Biology 1201 Chapter 14 notes Chapter 14 MENDEL AND THE GENE IDEA Heredity: The Story of Gregor Mendel - 14.1.1 >The father of genetics: Johann (Gregor) Mendel Mendel was a monk who was trained in science at the University of Vienna. The realization

  • 4 Pages Biology 1201 Chapter 12 notes
    Biology 1201 Chapter 12 Notes

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    Biology 1201 Chapter 12 notes Chapter 12 THE CELL CYCLE >Cell division functions in reproduction, growth, and tissue renewal (see fig. 12.2) -Cell division -Genome Some characteristics of cell division -Replication of DNA -Equal distribution of DN

  • 8 Pages Biology 1201 Chapter 13 notes
    Biology 1201 Chapter 13 Notes

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    Biology 1201 Chapter 13 notes CHAPTER 13 MEIOSIS AND SEXUAL LIFE CYCLES Reproduction is an emergent property associated with life. The reproduction of an organism is a consequence of heredity. -Heredity is the continuity of biological traits from on

  • 2 Pages biol1201 t2photosynthesis
    Biol1201 T2photosynthesis

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Biology 1201 Section 1 Spring 2008 Worksheet on Photosynthesis Photosynthesis "perhaps the most important reaction in biology" (See Figures 10.5, 10.12. 10.13, 10.18 and 10.21 in the text for a summary.) Autotroph Heterotroph Chlorophyll A and chloro

  • 3 Pages biol1201 march 27
    Biol1201 March 27

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    3/27/08 Human DNA does not incorporate AZT. Why? Human DNA polymerase has a proof-reading ability The base pairing between strands is stabilized by hydrogen bonds "A" pairs with what base? The enzyme that inserts the RNA primer in the DNA synthesis p

  • 4 Pages biol1201 mar 25
    Biol1201 Mar 25

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    3/25/08 Calico and tortoiseshell cats are examples of X chromosome inactivation. X chromosome inactivation occurs at random and all but one x chromosome is active. What is the chance that two parents with sickle trait (carriers) will have a child wit

  • 1 Page biol1201 t2Respiration
    Biol1201 T2Respiration

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Biology 1201 Section 1 Spring 2008 Exergonic reactions release energy. Endergonic reactions require energy ATP (Adenosine TriPhosphate) - energy currency of the cell ATP is hydrolyzed to ADP and inorganic phosphate, releasing approximately 7.3 kcal

  • 2 Pages biol1201 t2Cell_division
    Biol1201 T2Cell_division

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Biology 1201 Section 1 Spring 2008 Cell Division Review Overview of Mitosis and Meiosis Mitosis: Produces daughter cells with the 2n chromosome number. Meiosis: Occurs in specialized tissues; produces cells with the 1n chromosome number. Meiosis co

  • 4 Pages biol1201 t2celldivisionwrksht
    Biol1201 T2celldivisionwrksht

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Biol 1201 Section 1 Spring 2008 CELL DIVISION WORK SHEET MITOSIS INTERPHASE Gap 1 MAJOR EVENTS Synthesis of cell components Increase in number of organelles Stands for Synthesis replication of DNA Doubling of the genetic material Centrioles replic

  • 2 Pages Work_Sheet_Sensory_and_Motor_Systems
    Work_Sheet_Sensory_and_Motor_Systems

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Worksheet for Sensory and Motor Systems Sensory systems: Mechanoreceptors Pain receptors Temperature receptors Chemoreceptors Electromagnetic receptors -Photoreceptors Eye Cups Compound eye Vertebrate eye -Anatomy Retina: Components Rods Cones Colo

  • 2 Pages biol1201 Chapter 15 chromosomal basis of traits
    Biol1201 Chapter 15 Chromosomal Basis Of Traits

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    CHAPTER 15 THE CHROMOSOMAL BASIS OF INHERITENCE 15.1 The CHROMOSOME THEORY of INHERITENCE is the idea that both chromosomes and genes parallel each other during gamete formation Thomas Hunt Morgan was able to find notable differences when he observe

  • 11 Pages biol1201 Chapter 14 mendel and the gene idea
    Biol1201 Chapter 14 Mendel And The Gene Idea

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Chapter 14 Mendel and the Gene Idea 14.1 Mendel's Two Laws of Inheritance Gregor Mendel was a monk who discovered distinct properties of inheritance in organisms He chose garden peas due to the fact that there were many different varieties in each s

  • 2 Pages biol1201 quiz 19
    Biol1201 Quiz 19

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 19 Completed 55 out of 55 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 1 minutes, and 24 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 5 of 5 points Which of the following is true of translation in both prokaryo

  • 2 Pages biol1201 quiz 13
    Biol1201 Quiz 13

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 13 Completed 46 out of 46 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 1 minutes, and 30 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 5 of 5 points One difference between meiosis I and meiosis II is that _. Sel

  • 2 Pages Biol1201 Quiz 3
    Biol1201 Quiz 3

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 3 Completed 6 out of 6 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 0 minutes, and 28 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 1 of 1 points Figure 4.11 Which functional group is not present in the molecu

  • 3 Pages biol1201 quiz 20
    Biol1201 Quiz 20

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 20 Completed 5 out of 5 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 0 minutes, and 40 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 1 of 1 points In deep-living angler fish, the female is a parasite on the male

  • 27 Pages biol1201 Third_Exam_Study_Guide
    Biol1201 Third_Exam_Study_Guide

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Examination 3 Study Guide Thursday April 3 at 6:00 PM in Campbell Auditorium Bring a number 2 pencil and your ID. 53 questions the exam is worth 106 points Make sure you can do the genetics problems found under "Assignments" on Blackboard! The mate

  • 2 Pages biol1201 quiz 1
    Biol1201 Quiz 1

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Question 1 5 of 5 points The number of protons in an uncharged atom _. Selected Answer: equals the number of electrons Question 2 5 of 5 points A particular carbon isotope has an atomic number of 6 and an atomic mass of 14. The respective number o

  • 1 Page biol1201 test 1 charts
    Biol1201 Test 1 Charts

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    FOUR CLASSES OF MACROMOLECULES Macromolecule type CARBOHYDRATES Monomer type SUGARS Monosaccharides Disaccharides Polysaccharides Glucose Sucrose Starch Glycogen Cellulose LIPIDS FATTY ACIDS Triglycerides Wax Phospholipids Steroids PROTEINS NUCLEIC A

  • 12 Pages biol1201 final study guide
    Biol1201 Final Study Guide

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    DNA synthesis 5 questions Enzymes involved in DNA replication Table 16.1 and fig. 16.16 o Polymer synthesized from monomers DNA polymerase o Polymer grows by adding a new nucleotide triphosphate to the 3' OH group of the growing DNA strand o Covalen

  • 2 Pages biol1201 quiz 18
    Biol1201 Quiz 18

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 18 Completed 50 out of 50 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 0 minutes, and 36 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 5 of 5 points Chargaff found that for DNA _. Selected Answer: Question 2 the

  • 2 Pages biol1201 quiz 17
    Biol1201 Quiz 17

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 17 Completed 30 out of 30 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 0 minutes, and 50 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 5 of 5 points When a person has Down syndrome, he or she has an extra chromo

  • 9 Pages biol1201 final study guide part b
    Biol1201 Final Study Guide Part B

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    *In comparison to RNA, DNA lacks a 2' hydroxyl group *the double helix is anti-parallel. This refers to the directionality of the two strands True *the base pairing between strands is stabilized by hydrogen bonds. * "A" pairs with what base? T Figure

  • 1 Page biol1201 quiz 6
    Biol1201 Quiz 6

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Question 1 5 of 5 points Which of the following states the relevance of the first law of thermodynamics to biology? Selected Answer: Energy can be freely transformed among different forms as long as the total energy is conserved. Question 2 5 of 5

  • 51 Pages biol1201 good study guide test 2
    Biol1201 Good Study Guide Test 2

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    BIOL1201 Exam 2 Study Guide 1/50 Biol 1201 Section 1 Examination Two Thursday, March 6 at 6:00 PM in Campbell Auditorium Bring your LSUID and a number two pencil. I'll provide the questions and a scantron. 52 questions = 104 points Know the materi

  • 2 Pages biol1201 quiz 12
    Biol1201 Quiz 12

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 12 Completed 50 out of 50 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 0 minutes, and 32 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 5 of 5 points You would know a dividing cell was a plant cell rather than an

  • 3 Pages biol1201 Third Exam Study part b
    Biol1201 Third Exam Study Part B

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Chapter 14: Mendel and the Gene Idea Word Roots co- = together (codominance: phenotype in which both dominant alleles are expressed in the heterozygote) -centesis = a puncture (amniocentesis: a technique for determining genetic abnormalities in a fet

  • 2 Pages biol 1201 quiz 2
    Biol 1201 Quiz 2

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Question 1 5 of 5 points Cells are surrounded by water, and cells themselves consist of about 70% to 95% water. As a result _. Selected Answer: all of the above Question 2 5 of 5 points Because molecules of water are farther apart in ice than in l

  • 2 Pages Second_Exam_Study_Guide
    Second_Exam_Study_Guide

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    How are membranes adjusted for different temperatures? Transport of materials across the membrane What types of molecules can move across the membrane? Simple diffusion Facilitated diffusion Active Transport Tonicity and aquatic organisms - from lect

  • 1 Page biol1201 quiz 15
    Biol1201 Quiz 15

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 15 Completed 25 out of 25 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 0 minutes, and 14 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 5 of 5 points A woman is red-green color-blind. What can we conclude, if any

  • 5 Pages biol1201 notes march11
    Biol1201 Notes March11

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    3/11/08 How many different alleles can a diploid individual have at a single gene locus if there are 4 alleles in the population? o 2 When does Mendelian segregation occur? o Anaphase I Homozygote: o aa and AA Genotype: o PP or Pp The _ determines th

  • 2 Pages biol1201 final notes
    Biol1201 Final Notes

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    BIOL1201 4/08/08 Furl TEST 3 CORRECT ANSWERS Class Notes A person of AB can receive O A woman A, Rh +; daughter O+ and son Bo Genotype for son may be I^Bidd o For mom I^AiDd A man B, Rh +; mother same; child is AB o Ab, Rh excludes father as pater

  • 10 Pages biol1201 Chem Review for Test 1
    Biol1201 Chem Review For Test 1

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    BIOL 1201 CHEMISTRY REVIEW (1/16/08) I. Scientific Notation 1. Scientists usually express very large or very small numbers in scientific notation or exponential notation. Numbers expressed in scientific notation have 1 digit to the left of the deci

  • 4 Pages biol1201 mar4 notes
    Biol1201 Mar4 Notes

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    3/4/08 The purpose of mitosis is to insure that the daughter cells have the identical genetic complement of the mother cell. True DNA is replicated in the S Phase. How many centromeres per chromosome? 1 How many centromeres per chromosome consisting

  • 8 Pages biol1201 test 3 notes
    Biol1201 Test 3 Notes

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Biology Notes Test 3 Growth and repair: How do cells reproduce? Cells need to possess the genetic material characteristic of the organism Genetic material is DNA The "daughter" cells need the complete genetic complement Prokaryotes Circular strands

  • 20 Pages biol1201 Notes
    Biol1201 Notes

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    1/15/08-1/16/08 Review sessions on Monday from 5:30-7:00 in A101 of the Life Sciences Annex Center for academic success-free tutoring, no appointment necessary 1/31; 3/6; 4/3: Exams HW: Must take blackboard quiz- under assignments and available after

  • 13 Pages biol1201 test 2 notes
    Biol1201 Test 2 Notes

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    The Problem o The interior of a cell is different than its environment o How to defend the internal environment but still communicate with the external environment- Transport materials across the barrier o Sodium Intra cellular 5-15 mM; Outside Extra

  • 9 Pages biol1201 test 3 notes part b
    Biol1201 Test 3 Notes Part B

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Genetics- Mendelian Genetics Gregor Mendel o Born in 1822 o Monk at the monastery at St. Thomas in Brunn, Czech Republic o Trained in botany, mathematics and physics o In 1866 published his work Experiments in Plant Hybirds o 1900 Mendel's works was

  • 26 Pages Biol 1201 test2notes2
    Biol 1201 Test2notes2

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Biol 1201 Section 1 Examination Two Thursday, March 8 at 6:00 PM in Campbell Auditorium Membranes and membrane function 9 Questions How are membranes adjusted for different temperatures? P.126 and 127. Transport of materials across the membrane What

  • 14 Pages biol1201 test 1 notes
    Biol1201 Test 1 Notes

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Range of conditions for life o Cell/body temperature from -2 degrees C to 130 degrees C o Range of pressure: 1atm (surface) to 1100 atm o Average depth of ocean Temp 2-4 degrees C; Pressure 380 atm No sunlight -380 meters is average depth of the ocea

  • 2 Pages Friday, January 19, 2007
    Friday, January 19, 2007

    School: LSU

    Biology 1201 Friday, January 19, 2007 Sharks Sharks live with molar urea in their tissues. Urea is a potent denaturant of proteins. Halophiles Helophilic bacteria live in osmotic equilibrium 3 molar salt. Tuna Raise the temperature of their muscles

  • 5 Pages Friday, January 26, 2007
    Friday, January 26, 2007

    School: LSU

    Energy Fat 2x amount of energy as carbohydrates. And 3x the amount from protein. Advantages of lipids over carbohydrates Twice as much energy from fat. Stored without water 1 g of glycogen is stored with 2 to 5 g of water. (Disadvantage not as rapid

  • 3 Pages Monday, January 29, 2007
    Monday, January 29, 2007

    School: LSU

    Stabilizing tertiary structure Weak Strong Hydrogen bonds Ionic interactions Hydrophobic and van der waals interactions. Disulfide bridge (covalent bond) Disulfide bridges SH groups of two cysteines form covalent bonds. Quaternary Structure Mu

  • 3 Pages Wed. January 24
    Wed. January 24

    School: LSU

    Biological Molecules Large molecules constructed from smaller molecules. Polymers constructed from monomers. Mono = single Poly = many Biological Molecules except for water, all are built on carbon skeleton. Water Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins N

  • 27 Pages Biology 1201
    Biology 1201

    School: LSU

    Course: Bio For Sciencemajor

    Biology 1201 Exam 1: Thursday Jan 31 review sessions: Mon 5:30-7:00 & Tues 4:30-6:00 Jan 28-29 5:30 A101 Life sciences Ionic bonds Weak bond Transfer of electron from one atom to another. Figure 2.13 Covalent bonds Strong bonds Sharing of electrons

  • 38 Pages bio1201_2
    Bio1201_2

    School: LSU

    Course: Bio For Sciencemajor

    \Test 11. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. E A A a e a b b b d c a b b e e a c c d b a c c b c d e c e a e a d b b c d c a 41. 42. 43.

  • 7 Pages First Exam Study Guide
    First Exam Study Guide

    School: LSU

    Course: Bio For Sciencemajor

    Biol 1201 Sec 1 Spring 2008 First Exam Study Guide Focus on the material and examples covered in lecture. The exam covers material in Chapters 2 through 6 of the text. There will be 52 questions on the exam each worth 2 points. (The maximum score on

  • 25 Pages Bio Notes for Third Test
    Bio Notes For Third Test

    School: LSU

    Course: Bio For Sciencemajor

    Bio Notes for Third Test Gregor Mendel Pages 251-255 Born 1822 Monk at the monastery of St. Thomas in Brunn, Czech Republic Trained in botany, mathematics and physics at the University In 1866 published his work "experiments with Plant Hybrids" 190

  • 5 Pages OUTLINE 4b
    OUTLINE 4b

    School: LSU

    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 3C Chapter 12 THE CELL CYCLE >Cell division functions in reproduction, growth, and tissue renewal (see fig. 12.2) -Cell division The process in which the genome of a cell i

  • 6 Pages OUTLINE 1b
    OUTLINE 1b

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 1B CHAPTER 2 CHEMICAL CONTEXT OF LIFE Atomic Structure: SPONCH and the Atom - 2.1.1 >An understanding of chemistry is important because an interaction between atoms is one

  • 7 Pages OUTLINE 1c
    OUTLINE 1c

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 1C CHAPTER 3 WATER AND THE FITNESS OF THE ENVIRONMENT Water: Hydrogen Bonding, Solubility, and Specific Heat - 3.1.1 Cells are 70-95% water. Water cover 70% of the earths

  • 4 Pages OUTLINE 1d
    OUTLINE 1d

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 1D CHAPTER 4 CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE Carbon Chemistry and Isomers 4.1.1 >Aside from water, most biologically related molecules contain carbon. Organic c

  • 9 Pages OUTLINE 2a
    OUTLINE 2a

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 1E CHAPTER 5 STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF MACROMOLECULES Dehydration Synthesis and Hydrolysis: Disaccharides 5.1.2 >Macromolecules and polymers. -Macromolecules Large organi

  • 9 Pages OUTLINE 3c
    OUTLINE 3c

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO CHAPTER 10 PHOTOSYNTHESIS Photosynthesis transforms light energy trapped by chloroplasts into chemical bond energy and stores that energy in sugar and other organic molecules -Synt

  • 8 Pages OUTLINE 5a
    OUTLINE 5a

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 4B Chapter 14 MENDEL AND THE GENE IDEA Heredity: The Story of Gregor Mendel - 14.1.1 >The father of genetics: Johann (Gregor) Mendel Mendel was a monk who was trained in sc

  • 5 Pages OUTLINE 1a
    OUTLINE 1a

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 1A Chapter 1 Exploring Life Properties of Life - 1.1.1 About 1.8 million species have been identified and named! WITH SO MANY DIFFERENT SPECIES THERE ARE MANY UNIFYING SI

  • 8 Pages OUTLINE 2c
    OUTLINE 2c

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 2B CHAPTER 7 MEMBRANE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION Membranes: Basic Structure 6.2.4 >Membrane structural models have evolved as new data is acquired. Earliest models were deduc

  • 5 Pages OUTLINE 3a
    OUTLINE 3a

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 3A CHAPTER 8 AN INTRODUCTION TO METABOLISM Bioenergetics: The Laws of Thermodynamics 8.2.1 >The chemistry of life is organized into metabolic pathways -Metabolism -Uptak

  • 11 Pages OUTLINE 3b
    OUTLINE 3b

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 3B CHAPTER 9 CELLULAR RESPIRATION: HARVESTING CHEMICAL ENERGY Energy flows through ecosystems while the chemicals within an ecosystem are recycled (see fig. 9.2) Energy fl

  • 8 Pages OUTLINE 4d
    OUTLINE 4d

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 4D Chapter 14 MENDEL AND THE GENE IDEA Heredity: The Story of Gregor Mendel - 14.1.1 >The father of genetics: Johann (Gregor) Mendel Mendel was a monk who was trained in sc

  • 5 Pages OUTLINE 4a
    OUTLINE 4a

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    OUTLINE 4A Chapter 10 cont. The Light Reactions: An Introduction - 10.3.1 >Photosystems are the light-harvesting complexes of the thylakoid membranes. Chlorophyll a and the accessory pigments are arranged into a photosystem (see fig. 10.12) -satellit

  • 6 Pages OUTLINE 2b
    OUTLINE 2b

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 2A CHAPTER 6 A TOUR OF THE CELL Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes 6.2.2 >An overview of the cell -Prokaryotic versus Eukaryotic cells PROKARYOTES Single circular chromosome No nu

  • 8 Pages OUTLINE 4c
    OUTLINE 4c

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    OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 Section 001 Summer 2008 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Outline 4A CHAPTER 13 MEIOSIS AND SEXUAL LIFE CYCLES Reproduction is an emergent property associated with life. The reproduction of an organism is a consequence of heredity. -Hered

  • 3 Pages Lecture 1
    Lecture 1

    School: LSU

    Lecture 1 Study Guide August 28 Readings: pgs. 1-29 (Chapter 1) COURSE MECHANICS (see Syllabus) TIPS FOR DOING WELL IN BIOL 1201 (HOME) EXAMS are based on lecture notes & study questions Come to class and take good notes Read text assignments, revi

  • 7 Pages Lecture 3
    Lecture 3

    School: LSU

    Lecture 3 Guide September 1 (HOME) Starting with this lecture, the Study Guides will be in a form that you will need to add to during lecture. Readings: pages 32-46 Basics Of Biological Molecules Atomic And Molecular Structure Matter anything that

  • 6 Pages Lecture 2
    Lecture 2

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    Lecture 2 Study Guide August 30 Readings: pgs 1-29 (32-46) (HOME) Three Important Characteristics Used to Classify Organisms Prokaryotic vs. eukaryotic cells (Examine Fig. 1.4) Prokaryotic cells a. Lack nucleus, other organelles b. Relatively small

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    Lecture 4

    School: LSU

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    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

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    School: LSU

    Course: Biology

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