Exam 3 Study Guide
The Origin of Species Microevolution and macroevolution o o Microevolution adaptations that evolve within a population, confined to one gene pool Macroevolution evolutionary change above the species level
What is a species o The biologi
Watch the Video below and answer the following questions. Name_ _
1) Where do the rat attacks take place?
Southeast Asia, specifically the researchers studied Mizoram.
2) What type of rat is responsibl
Hi everyone. After thinking again about how much I enjoy watching recorded powerpoint lectures (not
much!), I decided not to subject you to that. Below are links to three different videos that are each more
entertaining than my disembodied voice speaking
1. What is a marten? Why would locals be interested in trapping this animal?
Martens are small omnivorous animals often trapped and killed for their fur.
2. What might be some causes for the apparent marten decline on Aubrey and Mikes feld site?
Pop Bio Homework #2
1. Summarize Darwins points about pigeons and selectively breeding for new heritable variations
a. Darwin set out prove that slight variations could account for large changes/diff
First Video: The Four Phases of the Cell Cycle
Overview of the Cell Cycle
o Actively dividing cells pass through a series of steps known as the cell cycle. Four distinct
phases make up this cycle. During most this tim
Biology Homework: Mitosis
February 11th 2011
1. Summary of the major events at the G1, G2, and Metaphase Checkpoints
G1 Checkpoint: cells pass through this checkpoint when,
o 1. The cell size is adequate
o 2. There are a sufficient amount
Exam 1 Study Guide
Our first exam will cover everything from the beginning of the semester up to the end of lecture on
Wednesday, February 23rd. The relevant chapters in the textbook are chapters 1, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and
16. The exam will NOT in
Exam 3 Study Guide
Our third exam will cover material from after exam 2 up to the end of lecture on Monday, April 18 th. The
relevant chapters in the textbook are chapters 50, 52, and 53. The exam will NOT include material in the
book that was not
Lecture 1: What is Science? (Facts, Theories, Experiments)
What is Science?
A process for evaluating empirical knowledge
o Empirical: derived from observation or experimentation
o Use critical thinking
A process f
Bio 112 Exam 2 Study Guide
Our second exam will cover material from Wednesday, February 24th up to the end of lecture on Monday, March 15th. The relevant chapters in the textbook are chapters 16, 17, 22, 23. The exam will NOT include material in the book
Bio 112 Exam 1 Study Guide
The Scientific Method and Themes of Biology What is science? o A process for evaluating empirical knowledge and for learning about the physical world by applying the principles of the scientific method.
Discovery-based and hypot