Slides from testes and ovaries.
Testes here. The seminiferous tubules make up the bulk of the
testes and that is what produces the sperm. The testes are located
in the scrotum (outside of the body). Why? Body temperature.
Molecular Genetics - Transcription and Translation Homework Assignment
1. Completely define genetic:
2. Below is a picture of DNA unzipping and going through transcription. Show the resulting RNA molecule by
BIO 220 Study Guide
So this is a guide from the lectures. These are the topics that you will see on the
exam. Please remember that if weve covered it, its fair game.
Know the different types of relationshipsmutualism/parasitism, etc
Case Study About Influenza
Structure of the Influenza virus and its unique characteristics.
It is an enveloped virus that is, the outer layer is a lipid membrane that consist of
Spikes, which are glycoproteins sugars kno
Study Guide for Biology 202
Final Lecture Exam
Fall Semester 2015
1. Know how a person's body is attacked by foreign invaders.
2. Know purposes and characteristics of inflammation as a whole, and
characteristics and purposes of each step. Know
Name Ashley Baird
Worksheet Chapter 9- Cellular Respiration
1. What is the purpose of aerobic cellular respiration? (Major product of the reaction)
2. Where does aerobic cellular respiration occur?
Name: Ashley Baird
Biology 101, Chapter 2
1. Describe the parts of an atom- begin with the nucleus and describe the two subatomic particles found in the
nucleus. Be sure to say if they have an electrical charge or not. Describe the space outside the nucle
Bio100 Sec. DL02 Orientation Quiz Spring 2014
By 5:00 pm on Saturday Feb 8th
, the initial posting for DB1 (IceBreaker) should be completed. The
responses to at least 2 classmates postings are due by 5pm Saturday Feb 8th
Worksheet 6 Mitosis
1. List the 2 major subdivisions of the Cell Cycle. Briefly describe the substages of
each one. The life cycle of a cell is called a cell cycle
- Interphase- Accounts for about 90% of the cell . Looks like a tt
Quiz 7 (15 points in class assignment)
Be able to identify 5 types of leukocytes in any photomicrograph & fill in the blank (Saladin 702-3)
Practice Quiz: Identify each leukocyte labeled 1-5 in the figure above.
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Chapter 6: Bones and Skeletal Tissues
Functions of the skeletal system: support, protection, movement, respiration, blood
formation, and as a mineral reservoir
Structure of a Long Bone
Enlarged ends (epiphyses) are spongy bone covered with a layer of com
Bio 202 Quiz 3 Practice Summer 2010
Identify, in correct order, all of the major structures, vessels and valves that a drop of blood will pass
in or through beginning and ending with the lungs. (1 point for each right answer).
Chapter 5: The Integumentary System
Functions of the Skin
Barrier = tough, dry, acid, water-proof & UV protection
Vitamin D synthesis
Requires (UV) light & helps maintain health of skeleton
receptors for heat, cold, touch, pressure,
Chapter 3: Cells: The Living Units
Plasma Membrane Structure-Function
Defines cell boundaries
Controls interactions with other cells (receptors, chemical messengers)
Controls passage of materials in and out of cell
- intracellular face - side faces cyt
Chapter 2: Chemistry Comes Alive
Nucleus - center of atom contains
protons: positive charge, mass of 1
neutrons: neutral charge, mass of 1
atomic mass = protons + neutrons
Electrons: negative charge (small mass)
# of electrons = # of prot
Chapter 1: The Human Body: An Orientation
Anatomy The Study of Structure
Based on observation
Gross anatomy is what is visible with naked eye - dissection
Histology is examination of cell populations (called tissues) with microscope
Includes imaging t
Bio 202 Practice Quiz 1
_ 1. Oxytocin
a. Stimulates kidneys to excrete (lose) Na+ and H2O.
Lowers blood pressure.
_ 2. Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) or
b. Reduces Ca+2 in ECF by increasing bone
deposition. Effects primarily children.
Practice Quiz #8
Reabsorbs 15% of filtered Na+ and H2O
(name two structures)
Uses the osmotic (water concentration)
gradient to produce a concentrated or
Reabsorbs 100% of
Bio 202 Quiz 6 (practice)
Match each vessel & nephron part in the figure below with its name (see pp 911 & 913 in Saladin)
_F_1. Cortical radiant artery
_A_9. Proximal convoluted tubule
_I_2. Bowmans (or glomerular) capsule
_O_10. Arcuate artery
Chapter 8: Joints
Joints are classified by their freedom of movement
diarthrosis (freely movable)
amphiarthrosis (slightly movable) and
synarthrosis (little or no movement)
Joints are also classified by the connecting material - fibrou
4) Blood does not .
a) transport a variety of nutrients.
b) help to stabilize the pH of extracellular fluids.
c) participate in the initiation of blood clotting.
d) produce plasma hormones.
e) help to regulate body temperature.
11) Serum is essentially id
Final Exam Part 2
Chapter 27- The Male Reproductive System
Chapter 28- The Female Reproductive System
1. The broad ligament is
A) A thickened fold of mesentery that supports and stabilizes the position of the ovary.
B) A pocket formed between the poste
1. Lymph is similar to blood plasma but very low in
sodium and potassium
2. This organ shows a remarkable degree of degeneration (involution) with age.
Review for Chapter 12 The Central Nervous System Matching Questions
Figure 12.1 Using Figure 12.1, match the following: 1) Afferent impulses from all senses and all parts of the body converge here and synapse with at least one of its nuclei. Page 441; Fig