Bio101- Dr. Jean DeSaix ([email protected]) Contact info: Office = 302 Coker; Tu Th 1:30-3; 962-1068; (home) 929-1580
In Coker 201 on M-F from 11:30-1pm
Day1 - Intro, Scientific Method, Molecules (Chap 1,(2),3;What is Science?)
Biology: Exploring Bio
Leg Lengthening and Leg Shortening:
The patient will be under general anesthesia, so the procedure will be pain free.
The patient will have legs that are the same length.
Allergic reaction to medicines
Bleeding, blood clot, or infection
Test 1; 12 September 2014
Bubble in your LAST NAME FIRST on Side 2 of the answer sheet. Write your name and answer on Side 1. Please clearly print your
name above and sign to verify that you have neither given no
Photosynthesis Lab Report
March 1, 2017
I pledge that no unauthorized assistance has been given or received in the completion of their
work. Experiments described were performed by me and/or my lab group and this write-up is
Instructor: Brian Rybarczyk, Ph.D.
E-mail: [email protected]
Class meeting times: T, Th 9:30-10:45am, Peabody 311
Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 11am-1pm, and by appointment
This course will be exciting and nothin
Which cells use it?
Pretty much every cell except for germ cells
Which cells use it?
What must a cell achieve for cell
Avoiding Plagiarism in Biology 101 Lab
One of the most important things you can do when getting ready to write a paper is to give
yourself plenty of time to take notes, do the background research, and finally, write the paper or
report. Over the years man
The Effect of Light on Photosynthesis
Bio 101L- 403
a. Through the use of NADP+ and DPIP, the effects of light upon photosynthesis can
change the effectiveness of the process.
b. The tubes containing unboiled chloroplas
The Effects of Light Intensity on Photosynthesis
Bio 101L- 430
Photosynthesis is the conversion of solar energy into chemical energy for the purpose of
plant and animal consumption and can be represented in the equatio
3 November 2016
Natural Selection of Zebra Mussels in a Changing Environment
Evolution has no end goal; it is the change in gene frequency in populations from
generation to generation. As genetic variation and random mutation occur in an environ
The Effects of Cofactor Types on Enzyme Activity
a. Predicting effect of cofactor presence on product formation
b. Change cofactor types to see changes in enzyme activity
c. Measured through monitored colo
The Effects of Triclosan on Bacteria
Bio 101L- 403
a. The subject of the study is bacteria and its reduction in the environment based on
the effectiveness of various cleaning products.
b. The purpose is in relation to k
Lecture Outline BIOL 101
1.How does a plant make its mass (build matter)?
Draw a diagram showing where the Calvin Cycle and Light reactions take place and write in the inputs and
Spanish 102W: Hybrid Elementary Spanish II
COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES
Welcome! Spanish 102W Hybrid is designed to introduce you to the Spanish language and the many
facets of Hispanic culture, and to develop all languag
Covalent Bond: Two atoms, each with unpaired electron in outer shell, share pair of electrons.
Atoms held together by covalent bonds form molecule
Amount of covalent bonds atom can form: depends on number of additional electrons
Chapter 4: A Tour of the Cell
Active cells must have a surface area large enough to service the volume of a cell
o They have a large amount of traffic on their surface
Large cells have more surface area than small cells, but the