Chapter 25 Nutrition, Metabolism, and Temperature Regulation
1. Distinguish between macronutrient and micronutrient.
2. List the sources and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins in the diet.
3. List the fat-soluble and water
Motivation: Self Motives
Self-regulation: The act of reducing selfdiscrepancies (e.g., pursuing goals)
Try to remain anonymous
So, why dont we always engage in selfregulation?
is an activity on nonverbal
(Chapter 3and a little
bit of 4)
What is the self?
Our mental representation of our self (stored self)
Interpersonal self (public self)
The self we try to convey to others.
Agent self (executive function)
Anatomy and Physiology Bibliography (50 points)
This is a formal bibliography that includes citations of sources with summary and
evaluation information for each source. The assignment should be typed in a 12 point
font (Times New Roman or Arial), 1 inch
World History 102
What do you call a hooker with no legs? a night crawler
JFK once had a promising future as a boxer, but it turns out he couldnt
take a shot to the head.
Rene Descartes I think there for I am.
150 years ago, the world was belie
Dr. Spear (2013)
CHECKLIST AND ORDER
Make sure you cover all three parts as listed on the assignment
sheet; consider using headings
Clean, fi nal version of your revised essay
Lab Report 2
Lab 2A and Lab 2B
2A Introduction: The goal of the experiment is to practice aseptic techniques so as to maintain the
wellbeing of the scientist and purity of the experiment by properly transferring a liquid culture to a
Lab Report 4
Lab 4A, 4B, 4C
Lab 4A Introduction: The goal of the experiment is to observe the differences and characteristics of
carbohydrate fermentation versus fermentation that utilizes amino acids by testing the turbidity, acid
Lab Report 5
Lab 5A, 5B, 5C
5A Introduction: The goal of the experiment is to demonstrate that in order to control and utilize oxygen,
certain enzymes must be present by viewing Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) and Proteus mirabilis (P.
Lab Report 6
Lab 6A, 6B, 6C
Lab 6A Introduction: The goal of the experiment is to determine how efficiently alcohol removes
microorganisms by using the experimenters own fingerprint with and without alcohol on a nutrient agar
Lab 6B Int
Unknown (Pseudomonas fluorescens) Lab Report
Introduction: The purpose of this lab was to understand the government testing limitations and follow a
dichotomous key to determine an unknown sample.
Materials and Method: After creating a dichoto
Assignment 1: Feed a Virus, Starve a Bacterial Infection
Lack of appetite is a common symptom of sickness which can either worsen or
heal the patients sickness depending on the type of infection. Yale researchers
Lab Report Week 1
Lab 1A and Lab 1B
1A Introduction: The goal of the experiment is to generally understand various types of microbes that
are present in both natural and man-made environments by utilizing two nutrient aga
Lab Report 3
Lab 3A, 3B, 3C
3A Introduction: The goal of the experiment is to demonstrate that microorganisms not only posses
intracellular enzymes but extracellular enzymes by streaking a starch agar plate with Bacillus cereus (B.