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My personal phenotype is homozygote taster, which is associated with the genotype AA or
PAV/PAV. Regarding phenotypes in the BI213 class with a total population of 473, 158 people
were homozygote tasters, 182 wer
OSU Study: Better check your bitter
CORVALLIS, Ore. For a long time, we have known that natural selection exists and that
evolution is always happening. We have also known that humans possess five common senses,
taste being one of them. However
The Effects of pH on Common Bush Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) Growth
The Phaseolus vulgaris plant is grown worldwide every year and is popular for its tasteful beans
and useful leaves and straws (Bailey 1976). The plant has become a staple veget
Herbaceous Cover and Light in Riparian and Woodland Zones of Oak Creek
One of the most abundant herbaceous plants in the Oak Creek habitats, Brachypodium
sylvaticum, better known as false brome, is classified as an invasive species found in
Bio Lecture # 2 Light to chemical energy Redoxlight goes to chlorophyll, excites it Chlorophyll gives e- to e- acceptor
- H2O gives e- to chlorophyll (oxidation) H2O= 2 H+2e-+1/2O2 H2O is split to replace lost eSpecial chlorophylls each lose ee- must be r
J anuary 31, 2011 Biology 212 Lecture
Calvin Cycle Light reactions Cycle e- flow solves the problem 18ATP > NADPHs 12
(Look at Calvin Cycle supplement under lecture number 6)
Hot and dry conditions increase oxygenase activity o o Plants must control H2O l
Bio Lecture #6 Xylem- tracheary elements Thick lignified secondary walls (still has cellulose) Pits and pit pairs Long Distance (LD) via transpiration-cohesion-tension mechanism H2O is pulled up Driven by transpiration Water is cohesive Creates strong ten
Bio Lecture #7 Structure affects properties of soil 1. Sand a. Lots of space b. Air c. H2O flow d. Poor retention e. Wind erosion 2. Silt a. Slippery b. Good water retention c. Water erosion 3. Clay a. Hold lots of nutrients b. Little air c. Little H2O fl
BI212 Review Guide: Exam 1
You should be familiar with following terms and concepts in your studying for exam
Use this to guide your studying, but do not limit your studying to this handout. The
material on the exam may include terms/concepts not in th
Bio 212 Experimental Design Outline
January 15, 2013
1. What is your question?
Is complete organic fertilizer better for plant growth and health than regular natural
2. What is the rationale for your question?
Determining the e
BIOLOGY 212: Section 030
Course Syllabus Winter 2013
BI212: Principles of Biology is a 4 credit lecture lab course covering basic cell biology, organ systems, plant and
animal physiology. There are 3 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab each week. Prerequi
Cellular Respiration Activity 9
1. The summary formula for cellular respiration is
C6H12O6 + 6 O2 6 CO2 + 6 H2O + Energy
a. Where is each of the reactants
used in the overall process?
b. Where is each of
Feb. 25th 2014
BI 212 Lab 014
Variation of soil pH on the growth
rate of bean sprouts (Phaseolus
The bean plant (Phaseolus vulgaris) is a
good candidate for use in amateur laboratory