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Organic II Lecture
1. Provide a common name for (CH3)2CHCH2C02Na. (2 points, problem 20100)
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2. Predict the Ill/Z value of the fragment resulting from the McLafferty rearrangement
A systematic procedure for
answering scientific questions
HOW DO PSYCHOLOGISTS STUDY
Does Misery love company?
Do Opposites attract?
Seeing is believing
EMPIRICAL CHALLENGES OF STUDYING
People are complex
What is abnormal
consists of actions,
thoughts, and feelings
that are harmful to the
person and to others.
What is insanity?
The Conflicts of the Odyssey and The Aeneid
Conflict is a tool which brings all stories to life. Without conflict there isnt much that can
capture the attention of readers. In the stories The Odyssey and
Levels of Consciousness
Selective Attention (Cocktail Party Effect)
Effects of Sleep Deprivation
Differences between Nightmares and night terrors
Sleep Disorders: Insomnia, Apnea, Narcolepsy
Types of Dream Content: Manifest & Latent
Is memory always accurate?
What is Memory?
system that stores, organizes,
alters, and recovers (retrieves)
STAGES OF MEMORY
Modifying information so
that it can be placed in memory
Homework 1 CHP 8
PLEASE SHOW YOUR WORK IN THE SPACE PROVIDED.
A wheel of radius 1 m is spinning with a constant angular velocity of 2
rad/s. What is the centripetal acceleration of a point on the wheel's
PHY 205 CHP 7
1. In the collision pictured below, the time of impact is 35.83 milliseconds and the average force is
514.35 newtons. To the nearest hundredth of a joule*sec what
is the impulse? And draw a
representation of the Force-ti
Analysis of a Cell Surface Receptor
COW SERUM ALBUMIN
Glycoprotein: a complex of a polypeptide
covalently bound to an
Chapter 8 Bio461
1) What does the operon model attempt to explain?
A) the coordinated control of gene expression in bacteria
B) bacterial resistance to antibiotics
C) how genes move between homologous regions of DNA
D) the mechanism of viral attachment to
Pre-Lab#4 Extraction of Caffeine from Instant Coffee
1) A student neglected to add sodium carbonate when extracting the tea leaves
with hot water. Yet a very high yield of caffeine was obtained. The crystals
melted at 202-214 C. Expl
Pre-Lab#5 Recrystallization of Acetanilide
1) List the most important criteria for selecting a recrystallization solvent.
-Should dissolve all of compound at boiling point of solvent.
-Should dissolve very little or none of the compo
Pre-Lab#2 Fractional Distillation
1) Explain how the following factors will affect the separation of cyclohexane
from toluene and the overall efficiency of the separation:
- If heat is applied too rapidly, the purity of the distillat
Pre-Lab#6 Thin Layer Chromatography
1) List three factors that affect Rf values in adsorption TLC. Explain
- Rf values are decreased by decreasing polarity of solvent
- Rf values are increased by increasing polarity of solvent.
Pre-Lab#1 Simple Distillation
1) What is the relationship between volatility and the vapor pressure of a
- More volatile solvents exhibit higher vapor pressures.
2) Explain what happens to the vapor pressure of a liquid as t
Pre-Lab#10 Synthesis of Cyclohexene from Cyclohexanol
1) Why do you suppose that the dehydration of cyclohexanol to cyclohexene
has been the traditional experiment to illustrate the acid-catalyzed
dehydration of an alcohol to an alk
Generalist species - animal species that are highly adaptive to their environments
and their way of life. p655
Bipedal - walking on two legs. p655
Manipulative hands - Feature of humans when coupled with opposable thumbs
Lab#3 Fungus & Bryophyta
Hyphae Small filaments within multicellular fungi that is grouped into a mass.
Mycelium Mass of hyphae within a fungus. P446
Septa cross walls that divide hyphae into compartments. P446
Rhizoids Modified hypha
Lab#5 ANIMAL TISSUES & PHYLA PORIFERA, CNIDARIA &
Epithelial tissue Tissue that covers body surfaces, lines body cavities and forms
Microvilli complex folds on epithelial tissue that increases surface area. P472
Lab#5 ANGIOSPERMS AND PLANT ANATOMY
Angiosperms known as the flowering plants are the most diverse and numerous
group of plants on earth. P373
Flowers Reproductive structures of angiosperms. P375
Herbaceous Plants that have little or no wo
Algae Diverse group of Plantlike photoautotrophic Protists that possess
chlorophyll a and membrane-bound plastids. P214
Chlorophyta Phylum of Protists known as green algae that comprises of 10,000
unicellular and multicellul
Lab#4 SEEDLESS VASCULAR PLANTS & GYMNOSPERMS
Homosporous Plants that only produce only one type of spore. P315
Xylem Specialized tissue that conducts water and dissolved minerals in a plant.
Phloem Specialized tissue that conducts min
Tetrapods Vertebrate clade whose members have limbs with digits. Includes
mammals, amphibians, birds and other reptiles. PG-34 Campbell bio
Pentamerous Five pointed. P603
Radial symmetry Arrangement of body parts
Cardiovascular system - Consists of the heart and blood vessels that includes the
arteries, capillaries and veins. P697, p G-6 campbell bio
Circulatory system Consists of the heart, blood vessels and blood. P697
Unit Exam 1
The lungs are located in all the following except the
The sternal area is
the breastbone area.
inferior to the thoracic cavity.
Chapt. 7 Worksheet
Which one of the following groups has the highest rank as assigned by the Cahn-Ingold-Prelog system
for stereogenic carbons?
What is the IUPAC name of the following hydrocarbon?