Bio 101 Fall 2010
Cumulative Questions for the Final
One of these questions will be on the final. You may work together and use your textbook to prepare answers. However, you may not ask any Biology professors for assistance. Each question can be answered
For the file titled: Practice Questions about animals
For the file entitled EXAM III (or EXAM 3 - kirkton.doc): 1) c 2) e 3) a 4) c 5) c 6) e 7) e 8) b 9) e 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 17) 18) 19) 20) 21) 22) 23) 24) 25) c d e b e e b d c a e
Syllabus: Nuts and Bolts of the course Differences between High School and College Biology How to succeed in Biology 101 Overview of Prime Concepts Chapter 1
Questions for Next Class :
1) What is a hypothesis?
Chapters 1 & 2
2) What are t
Quiz II Biology 101 Fall 2008 _ 20 Points
Part I: True False: Please state in the blank provided whether each statement is True or False. _ 1). All carbohydrates have the same number of carbons. _ 2). A glycosidic linkage between two monosaccharides
Key for Practice Exam II
1. e 2. c 3. b 4. e 5. e 6. a 7. c 8. a 9. c 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. a d d a b e e c d d c False False False True False
26. 27. 28. 29. 30.
True True False True True
K EY for Practice Exam 2 2008 1. b *Chapter 36 2. b *Chapter 54 3. d 4. d *Chaper 37 5. b 6. a 7. c *Chapter 37 8. b 9. b *Chapter 37 10. d *Chapter 37 11. e 12.d 13. c *Chapter 36 14. a *Chapter 37 15. e 16. e *Chapter 36 17. d *Chapter 37 18. b 19. e *C
B io 101 Fall 2008 Exam II A _
If you dont understand a question, please ask for clarification. Good luck! Part I: Multiple Choice (30 Points). Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 20 questions @ 3 poi
Bio 101 Fall 2008 Name:_
Please write whether the statement is True or False. (10 pts) _ 1. Hydrogen bonds are only found in secondary protein structure. _ 2. Activation energy is always negative in a spontaneous reaction. _ 3. An increase in tempe
O2 and CO2 have different physical properties in both air and H2O
Diffusion is the final step in gas exchange.
Human lung ventilation is due to negative pressure.
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Lung ventilation is controlled by pH change
Key Points : Sugar Translocation Phloem moves through special cells via the Pressure-Flow Hypothesis based on water potential differences
Sucrose movement during Phloem Loading and sometimes in Phloem Unloading is due
What is Translocation?
Pressure Flow Hypothesis
Phloem loading near source H2O Potential HIGH TURGOR PRESSURE at source
Phloem unloading near sink CH2O Potential LOW TURGOR PRESSURE at sink 4/7/11 Fig
How Are Sugars Concentrated in Sieve-Tube Members at Sources?
Mitochondria are double bounded organelles that allow cellular respiration to take place.
During this process, ATP is generated. By using cell fractionation technique, we were
able to separate mitochondria using a centrifuge. During this proc
Bio 101 Tuesday Lab
Table - Relative Jump Performance
1. Grasshoppers jump relatively farther than humans because they weigh less and
have less muscle mass therefore making it easier for them to jump.
January 27, 2012
Jump Distance Determined by Force Exerted From Femur
Grasshoppers are known for their jumping abilities. In this experiment, we hoped to find
an explanation as to why grasshoppers are able to ju
Animal Form and Function are closely related
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What can we surmise about this dinosaurs physiology and behavior from its 4/7/11 anatomy?
How does this dinosaur look different?
Up in the trees
Chapter 37: Water and Sugar Transport in Plants
A) What Factors Affect Water Potential?
1) Calculating Water Potential 2) Water Potentials in Soils, Plants, and the Atmosphere B) Three types of water movement in plants 1) Root Pressure 2)
You are responsible for knowing structure and function of the following organelles:
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticululm Peroxisome Lysosome Nucleus Mitochondria Plant Cell Differences
Cell Wall Chloroplasts Vacuoles
Chapter 7: Inside the Cell
I. I. Cell organ
What is a hypothesis?
What are the components of a welldesigned experiment?
A friend of yours finds you after class and says that his new iPhone would not turn on this morning. He asks for your help. You tell him the battery must be dead, and tha
Biology 101 Fall 2007 EXAM III
Part I. Multiple Choice. Please choose the option that best answers each question. (20 questions; 3 points per question = 60 points). 1. What is NOT an example of animal form relating to function? a. In similarly siz
Answer Key for Practice Exam. Note some questions deal with chapters not covered on this exam
1) a (not on this exam) 2) d 3) c (not on this exam) 4) b (not on this exam) 5) c (not on this exam) 6) b 7) a (not on this exam) 8) e (not on this exam) 9) d 10
Bio 101 Fall 2008 Name:_
Please write whether the statement is True or False. (10 pts) _F_ 1. Hydrogen bonds are only found in secondary protein structure. _F_ 2. Activation energy is always negative in a spontaneous reaction. _F_ 3. An increase in
BIG PICTURE: Carbohydrates (Chpt 5)
1) Sugars and Carbs are highly variable in structure A. Structure relates to function Monosaccharides are monomers that polymerize through condensation reactions to form polysaccaharides. A. Unlike Protein polymers link
BIO 101 EXAM II Fall 2007 Prof. Kirkton GOOD LUCK! Think Happy Plant Thoughts!
Part I. Multiple Choice: Choose the best answer for each of the following questions. (20 questions @ 3 points each). 1. What would happen if a drug blocked the entry of
#1. How does a nerve propagate an electrical signal?
#2. How does a nerve stimulate a muscle? #3. How does a muscle contract?
Anatomy of Neuron Electrical Potential = Uneven distribution of ions across a membrane Action Po
Bio 101 - Fall 2008 Exam I A
If you dont understand a question, please ask for clarification. Good luck! Part I: MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 20 questions @ 3 points each = 60