1. Which viral feature is most appropriate to correlate with the size of the genome?
- Size and shape of the capsid
2. Viral envelopes can be best analyzed with which techniques?
- Antibodies against specific proteins nor found in the host membranes
3. Ho
Chapter 20
1. You have a plasmid with a single site for Y, but not for X. Your strategy should be to
- Cut the DNA again with restriction enzyme Y and insert the fragments into the plasmid cut with the same
enzyme
2. Bacterial cell protects its own DNA fr
Chapter 22
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Best describes theories
Supported by, and make sense of, many observations
Catastrophism was Cuviers attempt to explain the existence of
The fossil record
What other idea was Cuviers theory of catastrophism most in conflict?
Unif
Chapter 16
1. Transformation experiments, Griffith observed
a. Mixing a heated-killed pathogenic strain of bacteria will a living nonpathogenic strain can
convert some of the living cells into the pathogenic from.
2. Describe the transformation in bacteri
Practice EXAM (For Exam 3)
TRUE/FALSE
_ At rest, a neuron has more Cl- ions outside the cell
_ Gray Matter is made up of cell bodies and unmyelinated axons
_ The Anterior Corticospinals primary neuron cell body resides in the dorsal root ganglion
_ Severa
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Chapter 16 Learning Objectives
Hearing
Describe the functions of the structures of the ear and how they relate to hearing (Slide 1 3)
Describe the sound conduction pathway from the auricle to the fluids in the inner ear (Slide 7-9)
Describe how sound wave
General
Function
Primary Neuron
Secondary Neuron
Tertiary Neuron
Upper Neuron
Lower Neuron
Where Decussation
Occurs
Fasciculus
Cuneatus
Touch, pressure
and vibration
from Upper Limb
Cell body dorsal
root ganglion,
Axon in spinal cord
& medulla
Cell body i
Chapter 4: Biology of the Cell
1
General Functions of a Cell
Maintain
Integrity &
Shape
Obtain
Energy
from
Nutrients
Cell
Division
Dispose of
Waste
2
3 Common Features
Plasma membrane
Forms outer, limiting barrier separating
internal contents from exter
Reflexes Learning Objectives
Define the term reflex and describe its characteristics
Describe the difference between monosynaptic and polysynaptic
Describe the 5 steps of the reflex arc
List and describe the 4 reflexes we studied
Be able to classify
Chapter 13 Learning Objectives
Describe the difference between gray matter and white matter
Differentiate between cerebral cortex and cerebral nuclei
Identify the three main meninges and describe their anatomy (including CT type) and general function
Desc
Chapter 16 Learning Objectives - Vision
Know what structures make up the fibrous tunic, vascular tunic and Retina
Describe the basic functions of the following structures of the eyes (Worksheet to follow)
Eyebrows
Eyelashes
Sebaceous Glands
Conjunctiva
La
Chapter 9 Learning Objectives
Define Joint
Define/describe the three structural classes of joints
Define/describe the three functional classes of joints
Explain the relationship between stability and motility of joints
For a generic synovial joint, know/d
U Substitution Basics
What is du?
MAT 263
We have lots of ways to represent our
derivative notation.
We use
f(x)
y
To name a few.
In finding anti-derivatives with the
U Substitution method,
we use this form of the derivative,
What is
?
The derivative of
Wake Technical Community College
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Scott Johnson Quiz on cellular respiration
Name:
Date:
1. C6H12O6 + O2 -> CO2 + H2O + energy
respiration (it does not have to be balanced).
Write the reaction for cellular
2. cristae
What are th
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1.
The mathematical expression for the change in free energy of a system is
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Review Sheet for Unit 2
1.
MAT 121
Solve for the indicated variable:
a.
5 m - q = r m + c, for m.
c.
6a b
a ,
f 1
i) for f ii) for a
iii) for b
b.
2 3
5 ,
d e
d.
Solve x =
for e.
y 2 - y1
for z.
z4
2.
Given the points A: (2, 5) and B: (-3, 2) find:
a.
Th
MAT 121
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Date:_
Applications of Linear Functions Worksheet
1. In Raleigh the price of a ride share for a 5.2 mile ride is $12.60 and the price for a 2.8
mile ride is $8.40.
a. Identify the independent and dependent variables.
b. Determine the slope
Independent and Dependent Variables
For each of the following problems; (1) Define the variables including appropriate units, (2) Specify
which variable is input and which is output, (3) Specify which variable is independent and which is
dependent, and (4
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1.
Write the reaction for photosynthesis (it does not have to be balanced).
2.
T or F. If something is reduced, it has lost electrons.
3.
Which ha
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Table of Derivative Rules
Function
Derivative
Name
y f x k
dy
f x 0
dx
Constant
y f x mx b
dy
f x m
dx
Linear
y f x x n
dy
f x nx n 1
dx
Power
y f x g x h x
dy
f x g x h x
dx
Sum or
Difference
y f x g x h x
y f x
Product
dy
h x g x g x h x
f x
Solutions to Review Questions
Chapter 1
Review Questions
1. C
2. B
3. A
4. C
5. D
6. C
7. A
8. A
9. C
10. B
11. Procedure - PL/SQL block that can receive and return multiple values
Function - PL/SQL block that typically returns one value and can be used i
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Scott Johnson Quiz on cellular respiration
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Date:
1.
Write the reaction for cellular respiration (it does not have to be balanced).
2.
What are the folds along the inner membrane of the mit
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1. CO2 + H2O + energy -> O2 + C6H12O6
does not have to be balanced).
2. false
3. shorter
Write the reaction for photosynthesis (it
T or F. If some
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Scott Johnson Quiz on lecture 8 energy and enzymes
Name:
Date:
1.
The mathematical expression for the change in free energy of a system is
G =H - TS. Which of the following is (are) correct?
A) S