Biology Final Lab Report
1. Binocular Vision The field of vision in each eye is different, although not by much.
The difference between my left and right eye is this: When my right eye is closed and I
am looking down my finger, I seem
1. Paramecium move by way of Cilia.
2. Euglena uses two flagellum to whip themselves around.
3. Amoebas use pseudopods, temporary cytoplasmic projections, to pull themselves in
4. Paramecium absor
Chpt 12 Guidesheet Part II
1. Transcription RNA polymerase, (enzyme), attaches to a sport on the DNA. This
enzyme unzips the double helix and moves along the template. From there along the
template it attaches nucleotides to make a str
Chpt 12 Guidesheet Part III
1. Mutagen A mutagen is a mutation in the genetic structure of an organism. Mutation
comes from a Latin word meaning to change.
Point Mutation During Gene mutations that only involve one or a few nucleotides
Human Genome Program. "Oak Ridge National Laboratory." Oak Ridge National
Laboratory. 29 Oct. 2003. 10 May 2009
Human Genome Program. "Pharmacogenomics: Medici
Pharmacogenomics and Nutrigenomics
In the year 2003, the U.S. Human Genome Project began an effort with the goal to
analyze the structure of human DNA, locating the estimated 100,000 genes (Human
Genome Program, 1). Now it is 2009, the
The Hot Zone
From deep in the rain forest, a killer virus stalks the human race. From the late
1970s to the early 1990s, a hot virus began burning through the jungles of Africa and
eventually made its way into the United States. There