The main functions of epithelial tissues are to cover, line, protect, and _.
D. transport oxygen
E. store nutrients
What two clades now make up the protostomes?
A. platyhelminthes and sponges
B. ecdysozoan an
1. What percent of the animal kingdom is made up of organisms other than invertebrates?
2. Annelids demonstrate protostomic development in embryonic stages and have their key characteristic
1 A closed circulatory system is found in what organism(s)? Select all that apply.
2 Individuals with thrombocytopenia often have problems in the formation of blood clots. Often, it is a
1 What describes asexual reproduction? Select all that apply.
A. occurs in most animal species
B. offspring are clones of the parents
C. only one parent is involved
D. fission or budding
E. gametes fuse
F. offspring are usually different from e
1 What is included in the axial skeletal system?
D. wrist bones
E. ankle bones
2 Most of the bones in the human body are located in the
B. hands and feet
D. thoracic cage
E. pelvic girdle
1 What is an example of a chemical barrier? Select all that apply.
A. intact skin
B. acidic pH of the stomach
C. lysozyme in saliva and tears
D. nose hairs
E. resident bacteria
2 What describes MHC?
A. MHC I is made by all nucleated cells in th
1 What organism is described by chitin tracheal system and spiracles?
C. bull frog
2 Even after maximum exhalation, alveoli never collapse. This is_. In most adults this is _.
A. tidal volume; 500
1 An erythrocytes cytoplasm osmolarity is approximately 300 mOsm (milliosmols) to the blood serum. If
the erythrocytes were placed in a 450 mOsm, what is the new solution compared to the erythrocyte?
1 _ hormones are able to diffuse across membranes.
C. Amino acid-derived
2 Amino acid-derived hormones can be identified by the suffix _.
3 If adenylate cyclase is inhibited, w
1 What is considered a somatic sense?
2 What order would represent the correct sequence for a signal to reach the brain?
1. Olfactory bulb
2. Olfactory epithelium
The Big Molecule Test
By: Cheyenne Woods
Activity 1: Starch
This is the test for starch and to be able to tell if it is in either potatoes and/or onions. This
test is perform by the use of iodine. The vegetable would turn black fro
The Great Pill Bug Race
By: Cheyenne Woods
Pill bugs are commonly found in damp environments like compost,
piles of leaves or under logs. Pill bugs are nocturnal and dine mainly on
rotting vegetation such as fallen leaves or wood.
Baby Fruit Fly Boom
By: Cheyenne Woods
So what does this all have to do with fruit flies? Well, fruit
flies are actually more similar to humans that you would think. In fact,
they share nearly 60% of our genes! This means that flie
Principles of Biology
Robyn Coole, M.S.
What to Expect.
Campus Cruiser (slides, notes, worksheets,
How to be successful in this class
College level effort
I work for you!
light energy to chemical
site of photosynthesis
concentrated on the interior of the cell in
1 cell = 30-40 chloroplast
= green pigment
light absorbing molecule
Water & Life
Ch. 2 cont.
All life on Earth depends on water
Life began and evolved in the water before it
ever move to land ~ 3 mya
solid, liquid, gas
Water, Water, Everywhere?
71 % of Earths surface is covered in water
Carbon - C
Organic Chemistry The study of carbon
Carbon is essential to life
4 empty spaces in its outer shell allow it to
form 4 covalent bonds with other elements
Endless branching pattern and elaborate
sugars, monomers of carbs
main fuels for cellular work,
glucose & fructose C6H12O6
examples of isomers same
molecular formula but
Disaccharides double sugar
The branch of science concerned with the
substances of which matter is composed,
the investigation of their properties and
Root of modern chemist Alchemy
people who manipulated
A Tour of the Cell
The Mini Marvel
Single Cell & Multi-celled
single prokaryotes and protists
multi plants animal and most fungi
Why are cells so small?
Large surface area to volume ratio allows for
an easier exchange of nutrients
Energy Flow in the
Biosphere the entire earth and everything in it
Ecosystem the living and non-living things that
interact in a specific area
Communities the living organisms in an
Populations with i
The Working Cell
Basic Energy Concepts
Energy The capacity to cause change
Moving an object against opposing force
Kinetic Energy - energy of motion
Chemical energy from food is converted to kinetic
Potential Energy stored energy
Relationship between Serotonin and Bone Density
Coastal Carolina Community College
Serotonin aids in maintaining the density of bones (Marieb, 2014). Though a prevalent
neurotransmitter in the brain, 90% of the bodys serotonin is manufactured
The Pill Bug Experiment
Costal Community College
September 2, 2015
Others in the group:
The pill bug, Armadillidiidae vulgare, or most commonly known as the roly poly or
armadillo bug, is oftentime
CHAPTER 13: VIRUS
INCAPABLE OF LIVING OUTSIDE OF A
ALL INFECT AND TAKE CONTROL OF THE
CONTAINS A CORE OF EITHER DNA OR
RNA, ONE NEVER FINDS BOTH DNA AND
THE CAPSID COAT CONSISTS OF
BACTERIAL GENETICS CH. 7
GENETICS IS CONCERNED WITH
NATURAL PROCESSES THAT TRANSFER
THE EARLIEST GENETIC STUDIES WERE
DONE WITH Escherichia coli. ITS EASY TO
GROW, RELATIVELY STABLE
GENETICALLY, AND IT IS STILL PROBABLY
THE PRIME SUBJ
THE LAST LECTURES WILL COVER
DISEASES OF ORGAN SYSTEMS
IT WILL BE IMPOSSIBLE TO COVER ALL
OF THEM, BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT
ONES WILL BE COVERED
THE ORGANISMS MOST COMMONLY
ASSOCIATED WITH A SPECIFIC DISEASE
WILL BE COVERED
REMEMBER THAT UNDER THE RIGHT