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Unformatted text preview: 1 Lab Exam 1: W 3/18 6:40-8:20 Study Reso urc es: EXAM READER 1) Previous lectu re s (webcast) 2) Webcast Reviews from Fall 08 1) 10/3- 2 hours, 2) 10/10 – 2 hours 3) 10/13 1.5 hours. 3) Monday March 16 th : 5-6:30 PM. 4) Practice problems 5) Punnett squares 6) Study resources (lab exam 1). 3/16/09 Power point Slides (all = previous Sp09 images/modifcations thereoF) Study Resources • Mikes office hours: Note M 3/16 11-12, 1-3, T 3/17 10-1, W 3/18 10-11, 2-3. • Lab GSIs: M 2-4, T 8: 30-9: 30 , 1-2, 5: 30-6: 30 , W 1-2, 5: 30-6: 30 Th 8: 30-9: 30 , 1-2, 5: 30-6: 30 , F 1-2. (extra hours posted on bSpace) • Disc. GSIs: M-F 10-2 • Study resources – webcasts, exam reader, our website, office hours, bspace. What are p rope rties of life? • Obtain and convert energy. • Undergo metabolism - chemical reactions. Role of catalysts and control. • Composed of cells (uni or multi-cellular). • Reproduction (and variation). • Heredity -DNA as the genetic material. Concepts by lab exercise - first six labs. • 1) Safety, Equipment, and cells. • 2) Chordate diversity. • 3) Begin the DNA cloning exercises (next 4 labs) & enzymes - controlling reactions. • 4) Begin the complementation experiment (next 3 labs) & photosynthesis - capturing light energy and the conversion into chemical energy. • 5) Mitosis/Meiosis/DNA sequencing. • 6) Mendelian Genetics. • Lab Exam 1: Wednesday 3/18: 6:30-8:30 PM Microscopy Review 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 16 12 13 14 11 17 15 CAUTION: Do not hold the focus knobs on both sides of the scope at the same time. 1. Power switch 7. Aperture diaphragm 13. Objective nosepiece 2. Variable brightness control 8. Condenser height 14. Eyepieces 3. Illuminator 9. Stage 15. Binocular head 4. Field diaphragm 10. Slide holder 16. Fine focusing knob 5. Condenser 11. Coaxial stage controls 17. Coarse focusing knob 6. Condenser adjustment knob Bright¡eld-unstained Bright¡eld-stained 50 mm ? Fluorescence Fluorescence - confocal Eukaryotic cells Volume = ? Volume = ? Volume = ? 3 On/Off Zero - blank Adjust wavelength Chamber Transmittance 0 % 100 % Absorbance (O.D. units) 0 O.D. units Infinite O.D. units 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 files and available on our website (fishes, mammals, etc). Name the smallest group that contains X. Name the smallest group that contains X & Y. From 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 Urochordata Chordata Myomerozoa Craniata Vertebrata Gnathostomata Osteichthyes Sarcopterygii Cephalochordata Ostracoderms Petromyzontiformes Chondrichthyes Placooderms Actinopterygii Actinista Cladogram of Chordates: Non-tetrapods Myomerozoa...
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2009 for the course BIO biology taught by Professor Meighan during the Fall '09 term at Berkeley.

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