1.) Which of the following is not a theme of life?
Properties emerge at higher levels of structural hierarchy.
Organisms evolved through natural selection.
All organisms are comprised of eukaryotic cells.
All organisms interact with the e
School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems
Course Outline and Syllabus
Quarter: Spring 2015
302: Biomeasurements, sections 61, 62
Location + Time:
Lecture: PISB 108, Mondays 11-11:50
Lab: PISB 215, Monday or
Karen Kabnick, PhD
(Applied) Cells, Genetics and Physiology
Introduction to Biology
Macromolecules of Life
DNA and Gene Expression
Chromosomes and Cell Division
Bio 100-001/002: Applied Cells, Genetics and Physiology
Bio 107-001/002: Cells, Genetics and Physiology
Term: Spring 2013-2014
001: MWF 1:00-1:50 pm in PISB 120
002: MWF 3:00-3:50 pm in PISB 120
Karen S Kabnick, PhD
Bio 100 Notes
Themes of biology
From organization hierarchy emerges functional properties
Organisms interact with the environment
Evolution mediated by Natural Selection
The Microscopic Tier
Molecules-Clusters of Atoms
Feel free to bring a 3x5 index card complete with your notes on these chapters. Please make sure
font is 12 point, New York Times or larger. Handwritten note cards are fine.
Below is a list of concepts and ideas you need to know and understand
Bio 100: Cells, Genetics and Physiology
Bio 107: Applied Cells, Genetics and Physiology
Term: Fall 2013
Dr. Meshagae Hunte-Brown
Office/Phone: PISB 221 103; 215-895-2064
Office Hours: W 10-11am and by appt
Chapter 2: Chemistry
Raw materials and fuel for our bodies
Lectures by Mark Manteuffel, St. Louis Community College
Describe what atoms are, their structure, and how
Understand waters features that help it support all
1) Explain the chemical process involved in respiratory acid-base regulation
(bicarbonate buffering system). Include CO2, H+, and carbonic acid.
In a bicarbonate buffer system, as well as any other buffer system, the pH is
balance by a weak acid and a con
1) Explain the chemical characteristics of water soluble and fat-soluble process
involved in hormone regulation. Include synthesis, transport, receptor location,
and intracellular messaging.
Water-soluble hormones are hydrophilic and dissolve in water, th
HIST 285 - Technology in Historical Perspective Spring 2015
Section 001 Tues/Thu (11:00-12:20) 340 Curtis Hall
Sections 003-004 Tues/Thu (5:00-6:20) - 340 Curtis Hall
Professor Lloyd Ackert
Department of History & Politics, Drexel University