ALTERNATIVES TO A FEDERAL
TYPES OF GOVERNMENT POWER IN
THE U.S. CONSTITUTION
(2) implied powers
(3) reserved powers
(4) concurrent powers
the Civil War (1861-65)
four diff erent constitutions:
Sleep app assignment
Due: Monday Feb. 6, 2017.
Your assignment is to critically evaluate a sleep app and give your critique in 1 to 2 pages. Use the
concepts that we have learned in class to justify your critiques and evaluations.
Choose a sleep app that
ATCC Medium: 2107 Modified Reinforced Clostridial Agar/Broth
Reinforced Clostridial Medium (BD 218081).38 g
DI Water.1000 ml
Combine ingredients and boil to dissolve agar. Dispense and autoclave at 121C.
If making plat
Bio Sci 221-1A
Dr. Melanie R. Mormile
August 23, 2013
L.W. Erdman was the depositor of Rhizobium Leguminosarum. Erdman discovered that
Rhizobium Leguminosarum induces nitrogen-fixing nodules in legume roots which enha
BIOL 1040- Dr. Fisher/Dr. Shornick
Chapter 10 Vocabulary
DNA- the storage unit of genetic information passed from parent to offspring.
Remember, in the central dogma, DNA is the blueprint for the RNA message (mRNA)
that will give the instructions for how
Energy Expenditure in
Relation to Life Histories
Presented by Kyara Holloway & Haley Neeter
Background Information/ Past
We already know that there is a relation between metabolic rates
and life expectancy.
The higher the metabolic rate ( and C
Study Questions for Chapter 13
1. What is glycolysis? Is glucose the only sugar that can enter the glycolytic pathway?
Glycolysis produces 2 ATP, 2 NADH, and 2 pyruvate without involvement of
oxygen. Glucose is the only sugar that can enter the glycolytic
Study Questions for Chapter 14
1. What is oxidative phosphorylation?
Chemiosmotic mechanism for ATP synthesis that involves consumption of O2
and addition of phosphate groupt to ADP from ATP; stage where most chemical
energy is captured by activated carri
Study questions Chapter 12
1. What properties determine the rate at which molecules diffuse across a lipid
Rate of diffusion depends on:
1. Size more permeable to smaller
2. Solubility more permeable to non polar
3. Charge more permeable to uncha
Study Questions Chapter 7
Watch movies 7.2 Transcription, 7.3 RNA polymerase II, 7.4 TATA binding protein, 7.5
RNA splicing machinery, 7.6 tRNA, 7.8 Translation and 7.9 Ribosome structure
1. What is the central dogma of molecular biology?
Study Questions Chapter 8 Regulation of Gene Expression
Problems 8-1 and 8-2, Homework problems, watch videos posted on Blackboard
1. Do differentiated cells of an adult animal contain the same genes? How do we
a. Yes cow epithelial all was extracte
Study Guide Chapter 6
Watch Movie 6.1 DNA polymerase
1. What molecule is released when a nucleotide is added to the growing strand?
a. Pyrophosphate group
2. Describe what is shown in the animation when an incorrect base is added.
a. The polymerase change
Study Questions Chapter 4 Proteins
Three online Flipped Friday videos and one in class lecture, see also movies from Chapter 4
1. What are the types of bonds, attractions, and forces that are important for protein folding
and interactions be
Study questions Chapter 3
1. Define the terms metabolism, catabolism, and anabolism.
Catabolic reactions: bonds broken down, heat released, broken into building blocks
Anabolic reactions: building/creating things, requires an energy input
Study Guide Essential Cell Biology Chapter 1
1. What is the definition of a cell?
2. Why is the study of cell biology important?
3. What are the common properties of cells necessary for life?
4. Why was the invention of the light microscopy important for
Study Guide Essential Cell Biology Chapter 2
You will need to know some basic Chemistry for this course. p. 66-69 (Panels 2-1 and 2-2) are
a good review. If you need to brush up more on how bonds are formed, types of bonds, etc.,
read p. 39-50
Visible light is a range of electromagnetic radiation that can be detected by the human eye.
The wavelengths associated with this range are 380 nm to 750 nm.
Wobble hypothesis: flexibility in base pairing between the third base of a codon and the
Biology II- Final examination (Practice questions and
1. a) Humans absolutely depend on Earths flora. Comment briefly.
Ans: Life requires oxygen for aerobic respiration, and food for energy. The process of
photosynthesis provides food dir
1. (a) What do you understand by cellular transport, Intracellular transport, and
Ans; Cellular transport: The process by which materials enter or leave a cell, or
move within the cells cytoplasm. Example, absorption