ECOL / MCB 182R-001
Extra Credit Quiz 3
Answer five (5) of the following questions. Only the first five answers will be graded. Four (4) points each.
1. Match the following inequalities with the picture
where p is the frequency of
What are the 3 components of the blood? What is each of their main functions?
RBCs: tissue oxygenation
WBCs: defense against microorganisms and removal of debris
Platelets: coagulation and bleeding control
What does the plasma do? How about the plasma pro
Pathophysiology of Heart Structures
1) What is the usual cause of acquired valvular dysfunction? What are
2) Why do you think the valves on the left side of the heart (mitral and
aortic semilunar valves) are more comm
1. Jesse Gelsinger participated in a gene therapy clinical trial that resulted in
his death. Explain Jesse Gelsingers medical condition and be familiar with
this clinical trial.
Jesse Gelsinger suffered from OTC: most common urea disorder, it leads to red
CHAPTER 9 - Continued
The Cytoskeleton and Cell Motility
Epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT)
Normal in development of embryo
Also happens in cancer metastasis
A. Mechanism of Cell Motility
B. Loss of Tissu
Muneesvuren Jothi, Kevin Ackman
ECOL 182L SP17
Desert Plant Report: Plant Spatial Organization
Abstract: Plant spatial organization explains that seedling plants are less likely to
survive if grown too close to a grown plant. There are four main r
Animal Behavior Article: Fruit Fly Taxis Data Does Not Fly Under the Radar
The famous model organism, Drosophila melanogaster, or the fruit fly, has yet again
been utilized to observe phenomena that occur here on Earth. The inquiries discus
What factors determine the flow rate of blood through a vessel?
The flow rate of blood through a vessel is directly proportional to the pressure gradient and
inversely proportional to vascular resistance.
Define resistance. What 3 factors does resistance
Lab 12: Diffraction & Interference
To observe and understand the phenomenon of diffraction as a result of interference using
various sources of light to explain these processes
ECOL/MCB 182R-001: Extra Credit Quiz 5
Answer five (5) of the following questions. Four (4) points each. Read carefully.
1. The idea that bacteriophage can form stable endosymbiotic relationships with bacteria is
supported by which
Second Midterm Exam
29 March 2016
Choose the single best answer for each question. Print your name and UA ID on the scan
sheet. Formulas on the last page of this booklet.
1. Consider a single locus with two alleles,
ECOL / MCB 182R-001
Extra Credit Quiz 2
Answer FIVE of the following questions. If you answer all six, we will only grade the first five. Four points each.
1. Match the following scientists and assertions.
a. Alfred Wallace
ECOL/MCB 182R-001: Extra Credit Quiz 4
Answer five (5) of the following questions. Four (4) points each.
1. When do dinosaurs and mammals first enter the fossil record?
a. Dinosaurs: Carboniferous; Mammals: Cretaceous.
THIRD MIDTERM EXAM: V1
(April 26, 2016)
Choose the single best answer for each question. Be sure to clearly print your name and UA ID
on the scan sheet. There are 55 questions. Each question is worth 2 points.
First Midterm Exam
February 16, 2016
Choose the single best answer for each of the following questions. Each question is worth 2
points. Be sure to print your name and UA ID on the scan sheet.
1. Which of the follow
What makes Drosophila melanogaster taxi?
Abstract: When eggs are being laid by a Drosophila Melanogaster, they are developed and are
able to reproduce two weeks after the hatch. Life cycles are series of change in the life of an organism.
Drosophila melanogaster and Sexual Selection
In the study entitled Sexual Deprivation Increases Ethanol Intake in Drosophila, the authors
propose several questions in their aim to characterize the reward system driving copulation in male
Coevolution of Marine Gastropod and its Bivalve Prey: A Summary
The idea of coevolution involves any predator-prey relationship and how the existence of
these two leads to each other's evolutionary changes over time. These changes over time occur
March 29, 2017
High Proportion of Certain Desert Plants Found Growing in the Shade of Nursing Plants
Ideas on how certain aspects of the desert can affect growth have led to the
investigation on nursing plants.