Lab Practical Exam

Lab Practical Exam - 2. How do we call the four objectives...

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Useful things to know regarding the Lab Practical Exam 1. To prepare for the lab practical exam study the material from your TA’s PPT slides and your lab manual (lab write-ups). You have to know the main concepts of each lab topic, the most important characteristics of all the phyla that were mentioned or viewed in lab, the expected results and conclusions. The Photo Atlas has photos of all the slides you saw in lab. 2. Do not study a night before because you won’t be able to remember all those names, terms, structures or characteristics. 3. You will have to fill in the answers so you really have to know the material. You will not have multiple-choice questions like in your lab quizzes. Below you have some examples from a typical lab practical exam. 1. Water boils at __________________ and freezes at ________________.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. How do we call the four objectives and what is their magnification? 3. Name the three basic bacterial shapes (in Latinate terms!). 4. How does an amoeba move? Paramecium? Euglena? 5. What is the molecular clock hypothesis? 6. Give an example of a directional selection. 7. a. What is the species name of this organism? b. What type of symbiotic relationship exists between this organism and humans? 4. Besides the above mentioned type of questions we will test your microscope skills too your ability to find and identify the organisms under the microscope. If the species name was mentioned on the PPT slide you need to know it. 5. You will be given the exam so you just need a pen or a pencil and good knowledge of labs 1 5 to get those 50 points ! ~ Good luck! ~...
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This note was uploaded on 08/28/2011 for the course BISC 13004 taught by Professor Wetzer during the Spring '09 term at USC.

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