The Human Genome
The project actually started in 1990
Funded by the Na6onal Ins6tute of Health
Genome is 3.2 billion base pairs; project took
Cost 2.7 billion dollars (~6 days of the iraqi
The Human Genome
Sequencing technology wa
Study guide for exam 2
Chapters 4, 5, 6, 7
Chapter 4: Cell Structure
1. Identify the main concepts of cell theory
2. What is a cell?
3. Explain why cells are so small.
4. Briefly describe the structure and function of cell membrane (also called the plasma
A gene is a part of the DNA which codes for
something useful for the cell
Almost all genes code for polypeptides
This led to the one-gene/one-polypeptide
Central Dogma of Biology
First proposed by Francis Crick
DNA RNA Protein
Study guide for chapters 10-13
This is only a study guide, not a key to the test!
Know what binary fission is, and who does it
Know the two basic steps of bacterial cell division
Understand what a chromosome is, what the structure is, why the c
This is only a study guide. This is not a key to the test.
Chapter 1: The Science of Biology
1. Know what emergent properties are and give an example of one.
2. Be able to contrast reductionism vs. systems biology.
3. Understand the hierarchtical nature o
Know what Avery, Watson and Crick, and Chargaff discovered about DNA
Know the basic parts of a nucleotide
Know how nucleotides are polymerized together to make a strand of DNA
Understand the structure of the double helix
Know what DNA polymeras
Overview of Respiration
Autotrophs are organisms that convert
inorganic carbon (ex. CO2) into organic carbon
(ex. glucose) using an abiotic (not living) energy
Heterotrophs are organisms that live on the
organic compounds that autot
Mystery of heredity
Before the 20th century, 2 concepts were the
basis for ideas about heredity
Heredity occurs within species
Traits are transmitted directly from parent to
Thought traits were borne through fluid and
blended in offspring
Sexual life cycle
Made up of meiosis and fertilization
Somatic cells of adults have 2 sets of
Gametes have only 1 set of chromosomes
Offspring inherit genetic material from 2
Life cycles of sexually
Cells are the basic unit of life
Microscopic in size
Discovered by Robert Hooke in 1665
Bacteria cells are typically 0.5 4.0 microns long
Eukaryote cells are 10 100 microns long
Termed the word cell
Bacteria and protists first observed by Anton
Unifying Themes in Biology
The cell is the smallest unit of life
All organisms composed of cells
All cells come from preexisting cells
This is the most exciting time to be studying
biology in the history of the field
Monomers are usually bound by dehydration
reactions in biological systems
These reactions result in a net loss of water
Polymers are usually degraded by a
A water molecule is added in this reaction
Nature of Atoms
Matter has mass and occupies space
All matter is composed of atoms
Understanding the structure of atoms is
critical to understanding the nature of
Atoms are composed of
What is chemistry?
CHEMISTRY is the
study of matter- its
one form to another,
and the energy that
BRANCHES OF CHEMISTRY
1: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY:
It is concerned with the
Cell Reproduction & Patterns of Inheritance
All answers go on the Scantron
1) Creation of offspring carrying genetic information from just a single parent is called
A) a life cycle.
B) asexual reproduction.
C) sexual reproduction.
WISQARS Injury Mortality Report
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Suicide Injury Deaths and Rates per 100,000
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Experiment #0: Intro to the Chemistry Lab
Students will become more familiar with the course and the site itself by finding
information to answer the questions in this lab.
Note: Use all available documents from the D2L
Environmental Health Analysis
Worth 20 Points
"Pregnant women already know that consuming alcohol, caffeine, and tobacco can be harmful to their babies
health. But they may be surprised to learn that some chemicals women are exposed to
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Use, Disposal, and Cleaning Instructions for Common
Properly cleaning the laboratory after experimentation is also a safety measure!
THESE PROCEDURES ARE NOT REPEATED WITHIN THE LABORATORIES since i
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Rellene una solicitud por vivienda. Utilice un bolgrafo (no un lpiz).
Enumerar a TODOS los miembros de la vivi
Experiment #1: Observations & Conclusions
In this lab we will practice making observations and then proposing an explanation for what we are seeing. It is
important to note the difference between an observa
EE 3143 Quiz #1
Please answer the following questions:
1. What features of integrated circuits have enabled them to revolutionize modern electronics?
Soln.: - Small Size, Low cost of manufacturing and low power.
2. What are the industries that depend most
COMMIT FINANCIAL AND DIFFERENT RESOURCES TO SCHOOLING AND
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