BIOLOGY 104, LAB 4
Definition of protist
The terms below can be found in the Figure on Pg. 3 of your Lab manual
For the following terms, know the definition and what protist group they are ass
LABORATORY 5: GREEN ALGAE AND SEEDLESS VASCULAR AND
NON VASCULAR PLANTS
PROF. JUDITH BEEKMAN
Mixed diatoms: silica shell;
Mol. Data, but all are
BIOLOGY 104 LABORATORY 4
PROTISTS, FUNGI AND LICHENS
PROF. JUDITH BEEKMAN
THIS WEEK WE WILL BEGIN OUR STUDY OF DOMAIN EUKARYA.
THIS DOMAIN CONTAINS THE MULTICELLULAR ORGANISMS FUNGI, PLANTS
AND ANIMALS WITH WHICH WE ARE MOST FAMILIAR.
BUT WE WILL BEGIN WI
Biology 104 Laboratory
Instructor: Judith Beekman
Laboratory #1: Introduction to Cladistics
Systematics: The science of organizing and classifying organisms.
Organizing collections of things is a universal human impulse.
For example, if you have a collect
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE THREE DOMAINS OF LIFE
Peptidoglycan in cell wall
Type of membrane lipids
BIOLOGY 104 LABORATORY SPRING 2016
LABS 1 AND 2: INTRODUCTION TO CLADISTICS
Be able to define:
Shared derived characteristics
Shared ancestral characteristics
Figure 4-11 Molecular Biology of the Cell ( Garland Science 2008)
What do you notice about chromosomes 13, 14,15, 21 &22 ?
The centomeres are:
Note the special histone for the centrom
a) For activator
b) For repressor
Gene Regulation Research in the Biological Sciences
Elective Course in Research: Biol 480
Benjamin Ortiz: LCRs
Paul Feinstein: Olfactory Gene Regulation
Jill Bargonetti: Regulation to-and frommutant p53, wild-t
Transcription does not require
which of the following?
e. consensus sequence
An individual inherits a mitochondrial genome
mutation. The mutation was inherited
a) from the maternal grandfather
b) can n
Water is necessary for life
Covalent bond- hydrogen shares electron with oxygen
Bond is v-shaped (oxy is - hyd is +)
*Hydrogen bonds* H(+) of one molecule can form loose bonds with another
BIOL 100 General Biology
Exam 1 Fall 2008 - Prof. Hardy
-Scantron answer bubbles should be completely filled in with a number 2 pencil.
-Start by filling in your complete last name and both first and middle name initials.
-Fill in your MU nu
Biology 2121 - Practice Questions
Chapter 11 - Neurophysiology
MATCHING. Choose the item in column 2 that best matches each item in column 1.
Match the following:
Neurotransmitters are released at the _.
The rough ER of t
Systematics and Phylogeny
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Order these major taxonomic categories into an increasingly inclusive hierarchy.
A. genus, species, class, order, family, domain, kingdom, phylum
B. species, genus, family, orde
Smooth er responsible for lipids synthesis or steroid based things
smooth er cal
transports vesicles take Golgi to er to cell membrane
embed things in
lysosomes part of endmembrane systems made inrough er and golgi
packaged up into ysosom low ph one lysos
Oligodendrocytes: Myelin sheath cells in CNS
Myelin sheath cells in PNS
Voltage gated ion channel
Ligand gated ion channel
Left Ventricle of your heart: pressures and volumes
The Mystery Spore Lab: Determining the Identity of Spores Belonging to the Division
Pteridophyta Using Phylogenetic Analysis
The purpose of this lab was to determine the identity of mystery spores by growing them on an
agar lined petr
Chapter 14: Mendel and the Gene Idea
1800s 2 hypothesis: 1. Blending hypothesis: Genetic Material from 2 parents blend together. 2.
Particulate hypothesis: Parents pass on discrete heritable units - genes.
Mendel discovered basic principles of heredity by
Title of the Experiment: Classification Lab; Demonstrating Taxonomy and Phylogeny
and Coding Morphological Characters for Phylogenetic Analysis
Objectives: The objectives of this experiment were to demonstrate how phylogenetic