Which set of four elements makes up the largest portion of cells by dry weight?
carbon, sulfur, potassium, oxygen
oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, hydrogen
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen
nitrogen, carbon, sulfur, potassium
Who postulated the idea that there are "living things" smaller than bacteria (that were not able to be
filtered out of solution), and proposed the term "virus"?
D. Ivanovski and M. Beijerinck
Friedrich Loeffler and Paul Frosch
A _ is a discrete cellular structure composed of an elongate DNA
A _ is the physical expression of the genes present, and can change
depending upon what genes are turned "on".
Restriction endonucleases are enzymes which cut DNA at a specific palindromic
sequence. They are produced
in the laboratory by ligating cDNA fragments.
in fungi grown with specific bacteria.
by reverse transcriptase in viruses.
_ refers only to processes that result in synthesis of cell molecules
and structures, and require the input of energy.
None of the above are correct.
Anabolic processes in a cell are requir
Micro Chapter 3 Quiz
)members of the Kingdom Protista.
)members of the Domain Archaea.
)members of the Domain Bacteria.
)members of the Domains Bacteria and
Micro Chapter 1 Quiz
What is the proper name
for the specialized area of biology that deals with living thi
Microorganisms that carry out photosynthesis include
BIO 225: Exam Review Sheet
I. Intro. & History of Micro.:
germ theory of disease
III. Tools of the
1. Suppose a suspicious hair was found in a victims home. A gel is set up with the
DNA fragments of two suspected criminals in lanes 4 and 5, the DNA
fragments of the suspicious hair in lane 3, and the victims DNA fragments, as a
Topic 1: External Anatomy
2. What is the function of the clitellum?
It functions in the reproductive process of the earthworm by secreting a
mucus that holds two earthworms together as they mate. The mucus
then acts as
Part 1: Mark
Based on the assumptions described in the Background, why might the mark and recapture method of
population estimation be more accurate in the lake setting that we are studying, than in a st
Test 2 Review
The brain is made up of what type of body tissue? Nervous
Blood is classified as what type of tissue Connective
Theses specialized cells support the nervous system by nourishing, protecting, and insulating
the neurons neuroglia
Office 2013 myitlab:grader Instructions
Skills - Excel Chapter 9: Homework Project 2
Aspen Falls Community Gardens
In this project, you will manipulate inventory data for the Aspen Falls Community Services Director.
To complete the pr
City Surplus Materials Auction
2003 Four Door Car
Airport Fuel Truck
2001 Commercial Mower
1998 Four Door Car
1990 Power Washer
1990 Crew Cab Pickup
1994 Pickup with Hoist
2003 Commercial Mower
2001 Two Door Car
Chapter 15 Study Guide
1. What is the structure of a taste bud?
2. What are the primary tastes? Why? (What are they good for?)
3. Compare olfactory receptor cells and gustatory receptor cells.
4. What is the lacrimal apparatus?
5. What is the function of
Bones and Skeletal Tissues
I. Skeletal Cartilages (p. 176; Fig. 6.1)
A. Basic Structure, Types, and Locations (p. 176; Fig. 6.1)
1. Skeletal cartilages are made from cartilage, surrounded by a layer of dense irregular
connective tissue called th
The Integumentary System
I. The Skin (pp. 152157; Fig. 5.1)
A. The hypodermis, also called the superficial fascia, is subcutaneous tissue beneath the
skin consisting mostly of adipose tissue that anchors the skin to underlying muscle,
Chapter 3 Study Guide
1. What is the basic structural and functional unit of life?
2. What are the three basic components of a cell?
3. Is the plasma membrane a double membrane? Is it a phospholipid bilayer?
What is the difference? What type of proteins d
Tissue: The Living Fabric
I. Introduction to Tissue (p. 118)
A. Tissues are groups of cells that are similar in structure and function.
B. There are four primary tissue types: epithelial (covering), connective (support), nervous
(control), and m
Chapter 2 Study Guide
1. What is matter?
2. Why is the atom such a big deal? What are the subatomic particles we care
about for this course?
3. What is mass?
4. What is the difference between kinetic and potential energy?
5. Are all atoms the same? What m
Chapter 4 Study Guide
1. What things make up the extracellular matrix? What are some common
cellular secretions? What is extracellular fluid composed of (generally)?
What is it similar to? What is interstitial fluid?
2. What is the definition of a tissue?
Chapter 1 Study Guide
1. Define anatomy and physiology. Id guess you should recognize the
specialized branches of both anatomy and physiology as well.
2. What is the principle of complementarity of structure and function? What is
the significance of this
Chapter 5 Study Guide
1. What are the three layers of the skin?
2. Describe the cellular makeup of the epidermis in four words (strafied squamous epithelial
cells). List 4 cell types. What do they do? List 5 layers of cells. Where are all 5 layers found?
BIO 210 SAMPLE EXAM 1 (CHAPTERS 1-3)
(answer key on last page)
1.The study of the function of the human body is:
2.The correct order of structural organization of the body from simple to complex:
A DISEASE OF THE ARTERIES CHARACTERIZED
BY THE DEPOSITION OF PLAQUES OF FATTY
MATERIAL ON THEIR INNER WALLS.
Signs and Symptoms
High blood pressure
over the years
cholesterol builds up
plaque which causes
Chapter 17 Endocrine
Exocrine versus endocrine glands
Exocrine-have functions relatively close by, travels by duct, Secretions enter ducts that
carry them to body surfaces or into cavities Ex) digestive enzymes
Exo-means outside, any part of body that le
PUBH 304 Nutrition
Health Sciences Department ~ Coastal Carolina University
Instructors name, office, phone, e-mail, and office hours
Dr. Sharon Thompson, Professor of Public Health
Office: 147 Swain Hall
Office phone: 84