Analyzing a Nutrition Label Lab
Choose a food that you frequently consume and analyze the nutrition label.
Reading Nutrition Labels
The Nutrition Facts Label tells you what nutrients (components of food your body needs to grow and
M&M Lab Report
M&Ms are an extremely well known and popular candy. The colorful chocolate consists
of an outer shell made from sugar and food dye, and the inside consists of milk chocolate
(Petrusso 2006). In this experim
Osmosis of Eggs Lab Report
Eggs have a hard exterior shell and a slippery yolk interior. The eggs shell is made from
calcium carbonate (Senese). When a calcium carbonate egg shell reacts with acetic acid, the egg
Lab 4 Report
There are 5 major phases in the cell cycle. Interphase is the first and typically the longest
phase. During interphase, the cell grows and completes its normal activities as a cell. Typically,
the components in the
1) A complete notation as detailed by the website
Patient A is the fetus of a 40-year-old female. Epithelial cells were obtained through
amniocentesis which is a way of sampling from the amniotic fluid. Patient As karyotype is 47,
XX, + 21.
Blood and Heart Lab
Lab #9 Blood and Heart
Electrocardiogram (ECG) and Blood typing
Part 1- An electrocardiogram is a reading of the electrical out puts of the hearts pacemaker.
The pacemaker or sinoatrial node regulates the contractio
Human Evolution Lab
Do the interactive skull activity and for each skull fill in the following chart:
to each skull
Bens Bad Day Lab
1. What is the first organ/system to respond to Bens problems?
The nervous system is the first to respond.
2. What is Bens 1st problem with homeostasis? In what order and how do the organs respond
to this problem?
Waste Removal Lab
For each of the following abnormal urine tests write a full explanation of what is wrong with the
patient. Describe the disease/disorder, how you know that is the correct diagnosis, and
specifically what the patient
BIOL. 119 (02) - MasteringBiology Assignment Schedule - Spring 2017
All assignments open at 8:00 AM on the starting date and close at 12:00 Noon on the date at the end of the window.
Questions of the Day 9/30
1. Draw the complete energy diagram for the 360 rotation about the C2-C3 bond
of the following molecule. Please use a model kit so that you get the
2. Draw the molecule 2-ethyl-6-isopropylheptane. Now exp
Ch. 32 Animal Diversity
1. Which characteristic below is
shared by plants, fungi, and animals?
A. Their cells are supported and connected to one
another by structural proteins.
B. They release enzymes to the outside of the body
to aid in digestion.
Chapter 31 - Fungi
1. Fungi are _
2. _ fungi absorb
nutrients from living organisms.
D. The first and s
Chapter 33- Invertebrates
1. Sponges feed by
absorbing nutrients from the guts of their hosts
filtering small particles from water
paralyzing small crustaceans with stinging cells
scraping bacteria and algae fro
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Stay on Budget
Use this guide to make sure you are on track with your spending
Figures below show approximately how much money you should have at the beginning of each week
during the semester.
The dollar amount includes both mea
Monday, November 9th
Lab Re-grade Policy
Lab Report re-grades are NOT to be taken lightly, nor are requests appropriate
in most cases.
When are re-grade requests permitted?
Obvious mis-grading or misinterpretation by the grader.
When are requ
R. Feissner - Biol 116
1 Get R and RStudio
2 Getting Acquainted with R and RStudio
3 Solving simple problems: R as a calculator
5 Help Me Now!
7 More Complicated Calculations
7.1 Using Arrays to St
American Musical Theatre
The Pulitzer Prize in Drama is not an entertainment industry award (like the
Tony Awards), rather it is bestowed by a vote of three critics one academic
and one playwright. The award is an acknowledgement of dramatic works
BIO QUIZ 1
CH 2 HW
1. Drag each property into the correct bin.
a. Proton- symbol p, +1 charge
b. Neutron- symbol n, 0 charge
c. Electron- symbol e, -1 charge
2. Drag each subatomic particles into the correct bin.
a. Mass of -1 amu: neutron, proton
Diversity & Systematics Part II:
Phylogenetic Relationships & Introduction to Data Analysis Using
Campbell, N. Biology, 10th ed., Chap. 5 p. 77 - 89, Chap. 25, and Chap. 26.
PART II. WEEK 3
PHYLOGENY AND SYSTEMATICS
In Part I of this l
Diversity & Systematics:
Taxonomy and Phylogenetic Relationships
Reference: Campbell, Biology, 10th ed., Chaps. 25 and 26. OR Freeman, Biological
Science, 5th ed., Chapters 25-28.
DICHOTOMOUS KEYS IN THE CLASSIFICATION OF ORGANISMS :
In lab today w
Reconstructing Evolutionary Trees:
Looking at Phylogeny
Extra Credit Opportunities
Directions on MyCourses
All groups need computers this week (1 per
pair of students MINIMUM, bette
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State University of New York at Geneseo
Revised August 1991 INTRODUCTION:
These guidelines have been prepared to provide information to help protect you and yo
Chapter 8 MasteringBiology
1. Which of these is exhibiting kinetic energy?
a. A space station orbiting earth
2. "Conservation of energy" refers to the fact that _.
a. energy cannot be created or destroyed but can be converted from one
form to another
A very few thoughts on the theatre of
HES FAMOUS! The fact is, the only two people who
lived in Elizabethan England whose names are still
generally known by the public are Queen Elizabeth
CH 5.4- 5.3
1. Identify three possible components of a DNA nucleotide.
a. deoxyribose, phosphate group, thymine
2. How many amino acids differ between the monkey and the human
3. How many amino acids differ between the gibbon and th