Bacterial Transformation Lab Report
Biology 281 Mondays 3:00-5:45pm
Submitted Monday, November 16th, 2015-11-10
TA : Nathan Smith
Bacterial transformation is the easiest form because bacteria is a single-celled organism,
Receiver = 41
Produc:on of small organic compounds from reactants such as atoms and
simple complex molecules
Simple organic molecules form amino acids, nucleo3des, sugars, & l
There are 3 big patterns of diversity:
2. Hierarchy of shared characteristics
Three main explanations:
1. Spontaneous generation
With respect to science, are there any problems.
Dogmatic does not
We all come from one single cell, You cant clone yourself
DNA is in the nucleus, Centrosomes protein cylinder ,Microtubules ,Chromatid
Double chromosomes line up (mom & dad) one chromatid gets tangled called crossover
Creating new gene
Notes for week of 8/22/16-8/26/16
What is science?
- My definition: Science is the study of how everything works in the world.
- Science is knowledge of nature and the pursuit of that knowledge. G.R.
Science has many different definitions and it a
Feel free to copy and paste bub
Module 14 Notes
Therapeutic touch is a contemporary interpretation of several ancient healing
The technic is based upon the assumption of a human energy field which extends
beyond the skin
TT idea: human energy field is abundant and flows in bal
Notes for Week 9/5/16 - 9/9/16
Ecology: the study of the abundance, distribution and diversity of organisms in the
Species diversity in ecological communities is highest near the equator.
Abundance of life varies considerably around the globe
Notes for Module 6/7
A phenotype is an observable trait of an individual
A domino wheel is an allele that produces its phenotype and
heterozygous and homozygous from versus recessive allele what is an
allele that produces its phenotype but only in homozyg
Notes for week 8/29/16 9/2/16
The three big patterns of biodiversity:
1. Diversity itself: How many? Where?
-Numbers and distribution of species
2. Hierarchy of shared characteristics:
-Taxonomic Patterns (Linneaus)
1. CO2 is a gas that absorbs infrared radiation (Heat)
2. CO2 is produced by burning (& by respiration)
3. C cycles in the biosphere
4. CO2 is a major greenhouse gas
5. CO2 is increasing in the atmosphere
6. This CO2 increase is due to industrial emission
Module 12 Notes
Diabetes refers to a group of diseases characterized by high blood glucose levels
due to problems in the bodys ability to produce and/or use insulin.
Two types of diabetes:
Type 1: in childhood usually, the body does not produce insulin, l
Module 10 Notes
1. How does a double helix work to fulfill the functions of a genetic molecule?
a. Encode information?
i. By changing the order of nucleotides in the DNA strand.
i. DNA replication: By using complementary strands as templat
Biology 281 Lab 88670
Tuesday 10:30 am-1:15 pm
TA: Ammar Tanveer
September 20, 2016
In the lab it was found that the DNA from suspect 3 was the same DNA as the crime scene after
running the samples through the gel. The g
What is Life? How would you characterize life?
How did life Originate? What is evolution?
Evolution is a change in the characteristics of a population over time
Species are related by common ancestry
Bio 281 Review Questions
Dalrymple Fall 2015
The learning objectives are listed for each lecture along with review questions. In order to be prepared for
the exam, you should be able to do the things outlined in the learning objectives and answer the foll
BIO 281 Exam 2 Review Guide
What are the two functions of G3P in the Calvin Cycle?
What are the inputs and outputs of each process of photosynthesis (PSII, PSI, and Calvin
Cycle)? What are the overall inputs and outputs of photosynthesis?
18 September 2016
My Favorite Class
Freshman year couldnt have started any better. I really enjoy all of my classes but the
one that I enjoy the most is Chemistry. Im taking CHM 113 with Dr. Briggs and he is a great
25 September 2016
The strategy I think works best for me and might work for others is using flashcards, Not
just any ordinary flashcards. Cards that you wont have to spend hours writing which makes you
not even want to
9 October 2016
My score stated that I had a 0 fixed mind set and an 8 for growth mindset. I mostly agree
because I there is always a way to improve on something no matter what the case is. If you have
the right mind set
16 September 2016
High school is an unusual time. After almost eight years of looking to develop
relationships with peers and pals within grade and middle school, high school students are
anticipated to mature straight away on
11 September 2016
Science defines us as humans. Curiosity about everything that circumvents us, and
developing different methods to answer the many questions we have about everything and the
Biology 181 Lecture 01
Transport proteins must be regulated:
- Stomata opening and closing is controlled by regulating water movement through
aquaporins in and out of guard cells.
All cells belong to one of three domains
Phylogenic tree: Depicti
DNA Fingerprinting Results and Discussion
This is our analysis displaying the suspects for the possible DNA match.
Suspect number three can be placed at the crime scene according to the RFLP and
agarose gel electro
16 October 2016
The expression "bioethics" alludes to the branch of connected morals which contemplates
moral values in the field of pharmaceutical and science, i.e., the profound quality of different
medicinal and natu
Chemistry Notes Chapter 1
August 23, 2016
Chemistry= The Study of the composition, properties, and transformations of matter
II. Classifications of matter
Matter= anything that has mass and occupies space
Pure Substance = matter with fixed composition and
survival is the struggle
you have organisms that are more fit that will survive better and it will reproduce more
over time the green beetles are eaten so the orange popu
Arizona State University
TA: Ryan Stikeleather
Time:Tuesday at 4:30pm
To start the experiment, it began with selecting a long and plump test worm,then
deciding which group was going to use which chemical signal.