History for 'Chapter 12: Pre-Class Assignment'
Item: Chapter 12: Pre-Class Assignment
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 8:59 AM
Tuesday, October 25, 2016 9:33 PM
In DNA replication, each individual parent stra
Outcomes Exam 2 (Both Becker and Bhattacharya sections), Spring 2016
1. Describe the adaptations needed for successful evolution of plants onto land.
o Gamete transfer: male travels to female gamete, female is larger (food & protection
1. Discuss the role of individual variation and population genetics in evolution. List, in order, the
steps in Darwins theory. Describe how genetic change (variation), adaptation, natural selection
and evolution are related by describing the mechanisms in
1. Draw the Hydrolysis of maltose using the names of all reactants and products, appropriately
placed on the correct side of the equation. Identify the name of the bond that holds the
2. How does denaturation destroy the activity of a p
Describe the mechanisms that result in natural selection
a. Individuals with certain traits produce more offspring
b. Leads to better match btw orgs and their environment
c. If environment changes or indiv move, NS may result in adapt
Exam 1 review:
The scientific method: A deliberate and careful way of asking questions about the unknown.
Observation: is the act of viewing the world around us.
-Observations allows us to draw tentative explanations called hypotheses
In-class Activities 1-6
In-class activity #1
In few words, write about the following steps in the scientific method applied in Louis Pasteurs
experiment (Chapter 1, Page 11 and Figure 1.9):
Microbes grow in nutrient ri
1. A single experiment or observation can reject or support a hypothesis
2. When carrying out a controlled experiment it is important to :Change only one variable at a time
3. Pasteurs experiment hypothesis If microbes arise from non-living matter , they
Biology 1111 Lab Quiz Outcomes- Fall 2016
Week of 8/29
Pretest (5 points): Acids, Bases, Buffers and pH
1. Define and give the equation for pH. Define acid, base, and buffer.
2. Use the pH scale to determine if a solution is acidic, basic or neutra
Exam 1 Outcomes:
1. List and describe, in order, the steps in Darwins Theory. Given a scenario
where evolution has occurred, identify steps that lead to changes in
a. The underlying mechanism for evolution is natural selection:
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Exam 2 Outcomes:
1) Describe the adaptions needed for successful evolution of plants onto land.
i. Needed a means of gamete transfer, embryo protection, nutrition, and control of
1. Dispersal method: dispense game
Exam 3 Outcomes
1. Describe the stages in food processing: ingestion, digestion, absorption, and elimination.
1. Ingestion: the act of eating or feeding
2. Digestion: food is broken down into molecules small enough for the body to
1. Mechanical and
Bio Quest 3
Quest 3 Outcomes
1. Describe the function of the gall bladder.
a. The gallbladder holds bile produced in the liver until it is needed for digesting fatty
foods in the duodenum of the small intestine.
2. List and describe the functions of the l
Quest 1 Outcomes:
1. Given a scenario where evolution has occurred, identify
steps that led to changes in phenotypes. Discuss the role of
individual variation, population genetics, and natural
selection in evolution. Identify mechanisms that affect
Quest 4 Outcomes
1. Describe the overall function of the nervous system.
a. Fast and long distance signals through the body
b. Detect and respond to the environment (internal and external)
c. Maintenance of homeostasis
d. Through positive and negative f
Quest 2 Outcomes:
1. Describe the adaptions needed for successful evolution of plants onto land. Describe how
spores, cuticles and stomata protect plants from drying out.
i. Needed a means of gamete transfer, embryo protection, nutritio