Biology lab mock test

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BIOL 111 Laboratory Review Material Labs: 1 – 5
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Make Sure you Answer the Question at the Right Level!!! Cell Tissue Organ Organism Sieve Tube Cell Phloem Stem or Root Oxalis What tissue is involved in nutrient transport?
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MOCK TEST
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What are the shapes of these bacteria? A B C
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What is the name and function of this structure in Rhizopus ?
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What is this organ? Is this a eudicot or a monocot?
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What is this organ? Is this a eudicot or a monocot?
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Lab 1 The microscope and experimental design
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Experimental design -Hypothesis -Controls -Replication -Randomization Results, Interpretations
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1 2 3 4 5 Hypothesis: Microcosm treated with nutrients will show increased algal biomass than untreated microcosm. • 3 tanks = treated, 2 tanks = controls; randomly assigned beforehand C C T T T Microcosm Experiments
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Zeiss Compound Microscope
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Rules to remember •Keep condenser front lens down for 3.2x (scanning) objective only •Do not use coarse focus for high power (40x and 100x) •Must use oil immersion for 100x •Total magnification = eyepiece ×objective ×binocular tube (1.0x)
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•Letters in newsprint: •Examined human hair to view different “optical sections” in 3-D Exercises Elodea thorn cell: cytoplasmic streaming, added iodine to react with starch in pyrenoids blue- black
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•Human epithelial cells stained with methyl green : see plasma membrane, cytoplasm, nucleolus, nucleus •What are the benefits and drawbacks of stained vs. unstained cells?
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Raninculus root Purple = cortex Green = phloem Red= xylem Red: lignified cell walls Green: cellulose cell walls Purple: starch grains
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Amphiuma kidney lumen nucleus nucleolus epithelial cell cytoplasm
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Amphiuma small intestine c.s. villus epithelial cell nucleus nucleoli lumen
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MSDS (Material safety data sheets)
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Greenhouse No conventional chemical pesticides and adopted instead IPM , integrated pest management. To combat pest infestations and plant disease, the greenhouse now relies only on sanitation, monitoring of plant health, and treatments using biological controls and nonresidual chemicals. Greenhouse Protocol 1. Remove sources of obvious contamination 2. Bring only clean, pest-free, staff-approved plants, soil, etc. 3. Follow the order of entry protocol 4. Keep area clean, remove dead or unneeded plant material from growing spaces
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You should be able to draw and label (from memory): Elodea thorn cell and 2 adjacent cells Ranunculus root cross-section Cheek Epithelial cells Epithelial cells from the intestine or Kidney of Amphiuma. Differences between plant and animal cells?
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Lab 2 Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi Intro to cell division and ploidy (number of chromosome sets) Mitosis Meiosis
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Bacteria •Prokaryotes •Lack a true nucleus and membrane-bound organelles •Three shapes:
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cell type? Spirilla
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