11 April 2017
Lemna Minor, also known as Duckweed is a floating aquatic plant consumed by animals,
such as Ducks because of their high protein content and nutritive value (Chang 2009). Duckweed
Part I Introduction to the Problem
Kemar labored under the tropical sun all day trying to make progress clearing out the drainage canals
surrounding his field. It was slow work whacking reeds with his machete and trying to pry up the roots
from the swampy
Asteroids and Dinosaurs Questions
Each question is worth 2 points
From Plate Tectonics to Paleontology
List at least two observations that Alvarez made about rock layers dated at 65 million years old.
List at least two
Cell and Development Study Guide 1
1) Pasteurs experiments proved that
A) Cells cannot survive in swan necked flasks
B) In order to grow, cells need to be supplied with oxygen
C) Spontaneous generation can only occur if nutrient broth is left open to the
Pretest 2-Biol 3030 Spring 2017not much on here about the kidneysbut study it
Which products of the light reactions of photosynthesis that are utilized in the Calvin cycle?
ATP and NADPH
Compare and contrast photosynthesis and respi
Pre-test for Exam 3 Biol 3030 Spring 2017
Describe the tradeoff in nutrient availability caused by clay in soils.
Compare and contrast the mobility and availability of anionic nutrients and cationic
nutrients in plants.
How do plants utilize minerals such
Study Guide for 4th Exam
Your exam will be on, Monday November 21. Please remember to bring an 8 x 11
bubble sheet and a no. 2 pencil. You are responsible for pp. 114-134 from the text, the handout
on Mills argument, and any add
Bio lab Section 013
Instructor: Mrs. Tori Goehrig
The Catecholase and Ph-Catalyzed Reaction
Abstract: In this experiment the use of PH buffers two, seven, and nine, are used to catalyze a
reaction in three different test tubes, mixing
38 Multiple choice/true or false questions each worth 1.3 pts = 49 pts, 15 short answer worth 51
pts for at total of 100 pts
The smallest unit of life is:
a. a DNA molecule
b. a cell.
c. an organell
Quiz 5. Work through the following problems and then enter your answers on Bb Quiz
5. You are allowed and encouraged to work together on this, and you are also encouraged
to come to office hours if you need help getting started. Please note that the next
Posttranscriptional modification of mRNAs in eukaryotes:
What is meant by a mature mRNA vs. a precursor mRNA?
Precursor mRNA is basically an unspliced and unprotected version of mature mRNA. In
mature mRNA the introns have been spliced out, leaving only r
Study Guide for Exam II PART 2
Note that this guide does not necessarily include all information that will appear on the
exam, but it should give you a good idea of terms and concepts that will be emphasized.
What is a reporter gene and how can it be used
Principles of Genetics, EXAM I
Part I. Multiple choice questions (2.5 pts each)
PLEASE ENTER ON BUBBLE SHEET.
1. Which of the following statements about proteins is true?
a) Proteins are composed of amino acids, linked together by phosphodiester bon
Biology Lab 010
March 2, 2017
In this experiment, the relationship between E.coli and temperature was tested. We hypothesized that
E.coli would have an exponential growth the warmer the temperature got. In order to test this, we
SC1040: Week 1 Assignment Worksheet
The scientific method is an excellent way to exercise problem-solving skills. The scientific method includes a series of
steps that, if followed, may help someone understand an observation.
It is a typi
SC1040: Week 5 Assignment Worksheet
The human body, like the body of all animals, can be studied at many levels of organization. In your body, individual
cells are organized into larger and larger working units where new functions emerge. Your body
SC1040: Week 2 Assignment Worksheet
Organic compounds contain hydrogen and carbon groups that occur in nature. The four major organic compounds are
carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins. Proteins are the most diverse compounds found in t
SC1040: Week 4 Assignment Worksheet
In this assignment, you will look at the characteristics of a tomato to determine if it is a vegetable or a fruit.
Its Sunday and Sharon arrives at her local grocery store to do her weekly food shopping
Biology Chapter 1
Evolution Process of change over time that has resulted in an astounding # of
organisms on Earth
Biology scientific study of life
5 central themes
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Campbell Biology: Chapter 26 Test Preparation
1. 1) The legless condition that is observed in several groups of extant reptiles is the result of
A) their comm
Exam 1 Study Guide
What is a theory (in terms of Science)?
What is the difference between a hypothesis and a theory?
Chapter 19 (Freeman Chapter 25)
Who is Charles Darwin?
What were the early Greek philosophies regarding living organisms (how or
Exercise 1: Starting Population
Exercise 1: Generation 4
Exercise 1: Before Crabs
Exercise 1: After Crabs
Exercise 2: No Variation, Starting
Exercise 2: No Variation, Generation 2
Exercise 2: No Inheritance, Starting
Exercise 2: No I
Study Guide for 1050 Final Exam
The following are topics that will be covered on the exam.
Chapter 1 - Science, Biology and hypotheses, theory, controls,
independent and dependent variables, sample size
Chapter 2 - Cells
Differences between e
1. What are the two major methods of cellular division in eukaryotic cells?
a) meiosis and cloning
b) fission and cloning
c) meiosis and mitosis
d) mitosis and cloning
e) meiosis and fission
2. In most bacteria, the DNA is carrie
Dr. Dhana Rao
Lipids, Proteins, and Energy Drinks
A. What characteristic do lipids share?
Greasy to the touch
Significant source of energy storage
a. What is the definition of hydrophobic?
do not mix with water
b. What a
Darwinian Snails Workbook Questions
Answer questions as you work through the Darwinian snails computer simulations. This is also a good
place to copy and paste graphs for your Darwinian snails paper. Be sure to save this to your pirate drive,
email it to
Darwinian Lab report
Dayla Jones Section 004
September 21, 2016
Professor/ Leia Lewis
An interesting question is how the thickness in a shell of Darwinian Snails are
established, and how do could a scientist or predator influence the snail popul