L2 - Lab 2 - Chordate Diversity

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Unformatted text preview: Exam Dates 1AL exam dates: - Th 10/16 (6:30-8:30 PM) - 12/2-5 (during your lab). 1A exam dates: - W 10/1: 8-9 AM - W 11/5: 8-9 AM - M 12/15: 8-11 AM Lab Requirements Complete the readings! Pre-labs: due at start of lab. Quiz: at the start of lab (5 pts). Worksheets due at the end of lab or the start of the next lab. Considered in bump cases. mcb.berkeley.edu /courses/bio1a bspace.berkeley.edu Studying Techniques Studying: grades, approaches to studying, study aids on our website, active vs. passive learning, retention times, order of studying (reverse it occasionally), etc. Microscopy Review Center feld diaphragm CAUTION: Do not hold the Focus knobs on both sides oF the scope at the same time. Aperture diaphragm opened Aperture diaphragm closed Chordate Diversity Lab Lab Manual 43-59, Campbell 7 th and 8 th ed. Ch. 34, Chordata (deuterostome)-emphasis on Vertebrata Displays in lab Most converted to pdf Fles and available on our website (Fshes, mammals, etc). Name the smallest group that contains X. Name the smallest group that contains X & Y. rom the list choose all that apply: Radial cleavage, spiral cleavage, 2 chambered heart, 3 chambered heart, true vertebrae, etc, etc. Analogous features and convergent evolution Analogous features: features that look the same or serve similar functions, but derive from different origins Convergent Evolution Pterosaurs: fourth finger Birds: second finger Bats: third, fourth, and fifth fingers Convergence can refer to molecular characters too Crystallins : proteins that form the clear lens of the eye Humans: aldehyde dehydrogenase Rabbit: hydroxyacyl-CoA dehydrogenase Camel: alcohol dehydrogenase Crocodile: argenosuccinate lyase Turtle: enolase Frog: NADPH reductase Octopus: glutathione S-transferase Different species use different proteins as crystallins: Convergence can refer to molecular characters too Crystallins : proteins that form the clear lens of the eye Humans: aldehyde dehydrogenase Rabbit: hydroxyacyl-CoA dehydrogenase Camel: alcohol dehydrogenase Crocodile: argenosuccinate lyase Turtle: enolase Frog: NADPH reductase Octopus: glutathione S-transferase Different species use different proteins as crystallins: Convergent Evolution: note general form.Convergent Evolution: note general form....
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2009 for the course BIO 1al taught by Professor Pederson during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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