Overview of Cells and Macromolecules:
Biology Basics 1 (BB1)
Types of Cells
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It this lecture we're going to talk about the basics of DNA and RNA. And before we get into DNA and RNA
specifically I want
Eukaryotic cell: human are compose of eukaryotic cell. Contain nucleus, have organelles.
Prokaryotic cell: bacteria are prokaryotic cell.
Adult human have majority somatic cells.
Somatic cells (body cell): tissue, organ, made up of body
Skeletal muscle, c
Chapter 1: sex and development
How is the sex of a child determine
Formation of male or female sex organs during development
Secondary sex characteristics: body seizes, muscle mass, fat distribution, body hair.
Our gene determine our sex
4. Describe the rhythmic feel of drummer Elvin Jones and bassist Steve
Davis during Coltrane's solo. Would you describe the style of these soloists
as bop, hard bop, modal, elements of all or something else? Explain in
detail using what youve learned from
1. Provide counter numbers for the beginnings and ends of the solos by
McCoy Tyner and John Coltrane. (The order of solos in this piece is:
Coltrane (melody), Tyner, Coltrane.)
Coltrane (melody) goes from around 0:22 to about 1:00. Meanwhile,
WHAT ARE VIRUSES AND WHAT DO THEY LOOK LIKE?
Viruses have been seen to impact all forms of life and have been seen have beneficial roles in life.
Viruses such as bacteriophages which are abundant in fresh and saltwater free up organic matter,
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Virology on the Web Assignment 1
1. The following questions are about Hantavirus.
Go to http:/www.cdc.gov/hantavirus/ Answer the following questions:
A- Why are hantaviruses con
WHAT IS THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF A VIRUS?
What are the properties of viral nucleic acids?
A. What are some general characteristics of viral nucleic acids? (Fig. 1)
General Characteristics include type, stradedness, MW (x10^6: dsDNA
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Greek scholars coined the term herpes, from the Greek
word Herpein which means to creep or crawl in
reference to the spreading of herpetic lesions.
Herpesvirus infections have existed for c
In cellular respiration,
Macromolecules are built of atoms.
Which of the following is not an example of a homeostatic mechanism in the human body?
RETAINING FLUID LEADING TO RETAINING MORE FLUID.
Positive feedback mechanisms usually produ
Chapter 14 - Blood
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The percentage of red blood cells in a sample of human blood is normally about
Difficulty Level: Remember/Understand
Learning Outcome: 14.01
Shier, Butler, and Lewis: Holes Human Anatomy and Physiology, 13th ed.
Chapter 7: Skeletal System
Chapter 7: Skeletal System
1. Bones include active, living tissues: bone tissue, cartilage, dense connective
tissue, blood, and nervous tissu
A hormone has a half-life of 20 minutes. After an hour, _ percent of the
original number of molecules remains.
Upregulation of a target cell can occur in response to
prolonged decrease in the level o
The Muscles: Each muscle is an organ, comprised of skeletal _muscle_ tissue, several _connective_ tissue
coverings, _nervous_ tissue to cause it to contract, and _blood_ to nourish it.
Connective Tissue coverings:
The muscle has several de
Chapter 1 biology
The most abundant substance in the human body is _.
Match the serous membrane correctly with the definition.
1. Parietal pleura
Lines the thoracic cavity.
2. 2. Visceral pleura
Covers the lungs.
3. 3. Parietal pericardium
Title: Some Like It Hot 1959 as Romantic Comedy Film with Tootsie 1982
As typical romantic comedy film before 1970s and after 1970s Some Like it Hot (1959) and Tootsie
(1982) share some similarities but also exist differences, however it is
Technology is making pregnancy possible
in many situations where it previously was
Diane Blood story
For a species to survive, individuals
of that species
CH. 6: Patterns of
Genes are discrete sequences of DNA on
chromosomes; chromosomes consist of DNA and
Genes are the units of inherited information.
Genes code for several RNA types; mRNA is the
Ch. 6: The Cell Cycle
6.3: The Cell Cycle
Cell Division in Eukaryotes
Cell Cycle: the continuous series of events that
take place in a cell from the time it is first formed
until the time it divides into two new cells.
The events of the cell cycle take p