Protein that will bind to the LDL cell surface.
The pegs, which are the proteins, bind to the LDL cell surface receptor proteins because
they are complementary to one another. Then, after they match up, the cell creates a
D, F, G, H, J, L, M
The bacteria live in the root of the soy bean plant so they have a stable environment to
live in. The bacteria also get the sugar the is produced from the photosynthesis as a food
6. The bacteria convert
1) As the light intensity increased, the photosynthetic rate also increased.
2.1) The light compensation point for my spinach leaf is 200 fc.
2.2) Photosynthesis is producing oxygen while aerobic cellular respiration is consuming oxygen.
2.3) The rate at
1. Water constantly flows into the vacuum turgor pressure which then causes the vacuole to
push against the cell wall creating increased support.
2. Cilia is shorter and is usually in larger numbers while the flagella are long and usually in
Biology 101 Lab
1. Clostridium difficile is a bacterial infection and it causes diarrhea and fever in close to
500,000 people in the United States. Doctors have tried to treat the infection by
delivering donor feces filled with healthy micr
1. Females can be carriers but the males cant be carriers because females have at least one
dominant trait (X ) which means that females are guaranteed to have the dominant trait
but males only have a 50% chance of getting the dominant tr
Veal Calf Rennet
6 114 g
6 96.5 g
6 83.5 g
6 78.5 g
4 115.6 g
7 102.4 g
Structure and Function
First: What do we want to know?
What are bacterial cells made of?
What is the chemistry of the materials from which the cell is
made? (what do they look like, how are they put together,
how are they made)
Chapter 7: Learning goals
The meaning of life. Literally.
How organisms harness chemical potential energy
to make copies of themselves
Glycolysis: generating ATP via substrate-level
Active transport: Concentrating stuff the cell needs.
Cell Structure and
Function in Protists
Clicker Q #4
This lipid was most likely isolated from a(n) _ cell culture.
E- This structure is too complicated to be synthesized by a microbial cell
Clicker Q #5
Learning Goals: Chapter 6, 9/30/16
Viruses: What are they and how do they work?
How do they get into cells, replicate, and get back
What are the different types of viruses, and how are
How can we culture viruses and study them i
BIOS 312: Microbiology
Instructor: Wayne Riekhof, Ph.D.
Office: E141 Beadle
Office hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays by
The boring stuff
All on syllabus, on Bb
Evaluation: Based on cumulative performance on 4
exams, 4 quizzes, and in-class click
Methods of Microbiology
Compound microscopes are used for observing
The objective lens forms a magnified real image inside the
tube of the microscope.
The ocular lens then magnifies this image again.
The ultimate magnification is the pro
I. Chemistry of life is H2O chemistry.
A. H20 most common liquid on earth
B. H20 most abundant mol in orgs
1. 50-90 percent wgt most orgs due to water
C. life began in h20
A. One oxygen atom is covalently bonded to 2 H atoms
B. H2O mol
Enzyme and Energy Transfer
a. Vitamin B is a component of NAD
b. NAD is a coenzyme
c. NAD exists in 2 forms
NAD+= oxidized form
NADH= reduced form
d. NAD+ helps dehydrogenase enzymes remove H atoms from molecules
during ox-red reactions
Introduction to Biochemistry
I. Chemical rxns. re-arrange matter but do not create or destroy it.
A. Example of a biochem. rxn in human cells
C40H56 + O2 + 4H
II. Organic chemistry = study of carbon (C) chemistry
A. C atom
1. C can form _ covalen
a. Nucleic acids composed of monomers called nucleotides linked together during
dehydration synthesis reactions
i. Each nucleotide composed of
1. 5 carbon sugar
2. Phosphate functional group
3. 1 of 5 different nitrogenous
Lower Light Intensity End of Racetrack
Number of Larvae % of Larvae Mean Light Intensity (fc) Mean Temperature (C)
Reading Study Guide 17
I. Chapter 17: The Means of Evolution - Microevolution
11. Founder Effect
2. Gene Pool
12. Nonrandom Mating
22. Allele Frequency
13. Assortive Mating
BIOS 101L Mailbox and Make-Ups
There is a special email account for exclusive use of students in Bios 101L laboratory. The email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to schedule a make-up lab, use this email address. This email account will only be
Laboratory Schedule for Biological Sciences 101L Fall 2010
Week of Aug 23 Aug 30 Sep 06 Sep 13 Sep 20 Sep 27 Oct 04 Oct 11 Oct 18 Laboratory Activity Pre Score
Measurement & Data Collection Microscopes
I) Purpose of the BIOS 101L Laboratory: In this laboratory you will make observations and carry out a series of experiments which will illustrate many of the basic biological principles discussed in lecture. We hope that you will: 1) Interact with other s