Sing For the Moment
An Analysis of Marshall (Eminem) Mathers
Time for a Musical
Listen, jot down your own thoughts on the
Verse One (contd.)
These ideas are nightmares to white pare
(composed with help of Andrew Schelling and Satchel Paige)
Instructions: Put your name at the top of the page. Fill out the form completely. Bring
it to our first class meeting.
What animal were you before being born as a human
First it was former National Security Agency director General
Keith Alexander. He was asked if he would favour renaming
the intelligence agency Mr Tiggles. Then came General
Motors, criticised for endangering customers; then the idiocy
of denying climate
Unispanning Human History: The (Re)Discovery of Hofstra University
Archaeology and anthropology are two disciplines that go hand in hand,
allowing those of us in the present to quantify and explain cultures of the past. After
The People on the Canvas
Over the years, archaeologists have found some form of art at most major dig sites.
Whether it is present at religious sites, mounted and framed in a home, or haphazardly
scribbled on a wall, art is all around us, an
Unispanning Human History
Dr. Janssen, WSC II, Spring 2015
Say that we move backwards in time, the winds of the past wrapping us in
cool tendrils and pulling us to a place that our mothers greatest grandmother did
not see. Through the hazy
Acrosin-enzyme that activates the
Neuraminidase and Hyaluronidase help
sperm penetrate the corona radiata (lef
over follicular cells) and zona pellucida
(glycoprotein) of ovum.
Sperm are produced by germ cells in the
Syngamy-when the sperm enters the
Only one sperm may fertilize the egg,
but it takes up to a few hundred sperm
to use their enzymes to bore a hole
in the corona radiata and zona
pellucida to allow the one sperm that
will actually fertilize
CHLAMYDIA-Caused by extremely
small Chlamydia trachomatis bacteria
(also causes Lymphogranuloma
Venereum). Most frequently reported
STD in the US. Approximately 4
million cases per year in the US (1/68
people), 20 million cur
Once the egg is fertilized by the sperm it
becomes a zygote and begins to cleave.
The cleavage continues to the 8 cell stage
(MORULA) which is a ball of cells. This
continues to cleave and becomes a hollow
ball of cells (BLASTOCYST). Cleavage
O ra l C a v ity
(In g e sti o n , C h e m ica l
& M e c h a n ica l)
(S a liva ry G la n d s )
(Te e th )
- As the food travels down your
pharynx and esophagus, it passes
through the esophageal
sphincter. Peristalsis, a wave-like
movement helps push the
Physiology, Homeostasis, and
Paula Radcliffe in 2008
40 Physiology, Homeostasis, and Temperature Regulation
40.1 How Do Multicellular Animals Supply the
Needs of Their Cells?
40.2 How Does Temperature Affect Living
Gene Expression is regulated
Differential expression in different cell types
Turn on / turn off specific metabolic pathways
Response to signals: change in environment
Cell cycle changes
Mutations: Heritable Changes in
Mutations are heritable changes in DNA
nucleotide sequence that are passed on to
Multicellular organisms have two types of
Somatic mutations are passed on durin
Chapter 5: Key Questions
After studying the material in this chapter you should be able to:
list and explain the structural differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
describe the general features of all cells
explain the limitati
BIO 011 Chapters 16
Chapter 16 Problems
1. The CAP activator protein (aka CRP) and the Lac repressor both control the Lac operon.
You create cells that are mutant in the gene coding for the Lac repressor so that these
cells lack the Lac repressor under al
`Chapter 14 Key Questions
1. What is the central dogma of gene expression?
2. Describe the initiation step of DNA transcription in your own words. Be sure to
include an explanation of the terms: promoter, initiation site, RNA polymerase,
Chapter 16 Key Questions
1. What is an operon?
2. How do E. coli. prevent the transcription of the genes for proteins needed in
lactose metabolism when lactose is not available in the growth medium? How
is this inhibition released when lactose is availabl
BIO 011 Chapter 7 Key Questions
1. What are the basic components of a cell signaling pathway?
2. Receptors have been classified in several different ways; what are the categories
of receptors if they are classified by location.
3. Some membrane receptors
Chapter 15 Key Questions
1. What is the difference between a somatic and a germ line mutation?
2. What is a silent mutation? What type of changes in DNA can result in a silent
3. What is the difference between a loss-of-function and a gain-of-fu
Chapter 13 Key Questions
1. DNA replication is semi-conservative. What does this mean?
2. Nucleotides are always added to a DNA strand in a 5-to-3 direction. What type of
bond is formed between the nucleotides and how is it formed? (see Figure 13.12)
Chapter 41: Animal Hormones
What are hormones?
How do they work?
How do the nervous
Hormonal control of
What are Hormones About?
Chemical signals: cells communicate
Animal Origins and the
Evolution of Body Plans
Franz Schultz, 1883, Austria
Animal Origins and the Evolution of Body
31.1 What Characteristics Distinguish the
31.2 What Are the Features of An
Explore diversity of animals
Where characters arose
What characters to use?
Recall Characs of Life
Lots of things are alive
What makes an animal an animal?
and not a plant, a bacterium, a protist?
What makes an animal an animal?
Paramecium, a heterotrop
These slides correspond to videos you will
How a system works
Tube in vas deferens
Tube in kidney
Form/Function: Gut Epithelium
Form fits function
(part of it)
Sliding filament model
Sliding Filament Model
Figure 48.6 Release of Ca2+ from the Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Triggers Muscle Contraction