The study of microbes
_What are microbes?
Organisms too small to be viewed by the naked eye.
_Why study microbiology?
a. Medical field careers- treating your patients, preventing
spread of diseaseb. Your own health - doctors & nurses
Biol 211G, First In-Class Activity: Clinical Trials
In our first activity, we will look at how the scientific method is applied in the
context of developing treatments for human diseases. Specifically, we will look at
the clinical trials p
BIOL-111GL-M13-NAT HIST LIFE LAB
There are three alternative hypotheses to consider for locomotion and brain size. The predicted
result for locomotion and brain size simultaneously evolving was that there would be a g
Biol 211G: Cellular & Organismal Biology
Study Questions: Scientific Method, Atoms, Bonds
1. Be sure that you can describe the sugary beverage experiment. This should
a. who were the participants (subjects) were and how they wer
BIOL 211L Cellular & Organismal Biology Laboratory
SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION PROJECT
SCHEDULE OF ASSIGNMENTS
Jan 18 20
No Labs this week
Jan 24 27
Research Teams Assigned
Jan 31 Feb 3
. Adenlne and Thvmlne (as well as Cytosine and Guanlne. not shown here} are nitrogenous bases. or nucleobases.
Phosphate Sugar Idenlnl [A] Thymirte IT] Sugar Phosphate
r—’% (—"ﬁ r—‘A‘Tr—r r—Aﬁ r—’%
Hydrogen band; 3, Ina nucleotide
E. coli bacteria
DNA double helix
Fled blood cells
Atomic force microscope 0.1 nm —10 nm
Transmission electron microscope to pm—tDOum
Actual size 7 r
Scanning electron microscope 10 nm —1 mm g
Osmosis in Medicine/ Activity 3
Feb. 21, 2017
1. In your own words, define osmosis.
2. You have two solutions separated by an artificial membrane. One solution (A)
has high Na+ and low K+. Solution B has low Na+ and high K+.
a. If the memb