Describe the theory of evolution by natural selection and give examples/evidence that support the
Elvoution by natural selection is a series of change throughout time, which selects those who
have a certain trait, which allows them to survive by bl
What are speciation, microevolution and macroevolution?
What does the biological species concept states? What are the limitations of this
concept and what are other ways to define species?
What is the role of reproductive isolation in the evolution of spe
Know and describe the interspecific interactions between organisms. Who
benefits from the interaction? Who suffers?
Whats resource partitioning and what are fundamental and realized niche?
And whats character displacement?
How do we define species divers
What are the ancestral chordate characters found in vertebrates
and why are they significant?
What are vertebrate characteristic morphological adaptations?
Describe the major innovations of vertebrates, when they
appeared, and their significance.
The format of the test is 8 short answer questions worth 10 points each, which
can include matching, labeling diagrams, definitions, and fill in the blanks, in
addition to essay type responses.
Remember these are broad questions to help you study. Questio
The Lady with the Dog
Kerphline Saint Jean
And through some strange, perhaps accidental, conjunction of circumstances, everything
that was essential, of interest and of value to him, everything in which he was sincere and did not
Bio 201 Lab 10
Discussion of scientific method and experimental
Scientists use an experiment to search for cause and effect
relationships in nature. In other words, they design an
experiment so that changes t
Bio 201 Lab 3
Kidney and Urinalysis
Lecture on Kidney and excretion
A. Nitrogen wastes
B. Structure of human excretory system
C. Filtration, reabsorption and secretion
Lab on urinalysis
Bio 201 Lab 4
A. Overview of circulatory systems
B. Structure of human circulatory system
C. Structure and physiology of the human heart
D. Blood components and functions
Overview: Trading with the
Bio 201 Lab 2
Lecture on Digestion
A. Digestion-structures, physical and chemical
C. Nutrient requirements
Overview: The Need to Feed
Every meal reminds us that we are
heterotrophs, dependent on a regular supply
Bio 201 Lab 6
Respiration: Gas Exchange
Brief Review of Lab 4 Case Study
A. Overview of gas exchange
B. Basic types of gas exchange mechanisms
C. Anatomy of human respiratory system
D. Mechanics and control of breathing
E. Role of RBCs in Carryi
1. Scientific Method Ch.1
2. Measurements in Biology: The metric system and Ch. 2
Basic Skills of light microscopy Ch. 3
3. Cell Structure and Function Ch. 4
4. Solutions, Acids, and Bases: The pH scale Ch. 5
5. Biologically Important Molecu
Bio 235: Anatomy and Physiology 11
Instructor: Dr. Liming Liu
Lab Exam 3
Histology station 1:
1. Write down the name of the epithelium $HQhB€& S99! is Ema}: epllwl Hm
2. Identify the organ for this tissue section and state one major functio
a slit. Intrinsic laryngeal muscles control the true vocal folds and the size of the glottis.
W he tenser the vocal folds, the faster they vibrate and the lower the pitch. To produce high—
pitched. the glottis widens, and to produce lower-pitched (deeper)
atmospheric pressure holding the gases in suspension, thus decreased the volume of the gas
bubbles in his arm so his circulation became abnormal.
C‘) Carl is experiencing the symptoms because (1) a lot of gas was forced into Carl's bloodstream
MHC groups match her donor’s, and she receives immunosu ressive therapy —-—
D) She will have a good prognosis if her blood type matches her donor’s blood type, her tissue
MHC groups match her donor’s, and she receives immuno-boost therapy
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concentration of oxygen and/or total atmospheric pressure is higher at higher altitudes
concentration of oxygen and/or total atmospheric pressure is lower at high altitudes
19) A woman had a mastectomy that included the removal of axillary lymph nodes on