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CHAPTER 23- Practice Exercise
Problem #1. Complete and balance the following equations by supplying the missing particles or energy ray.
Identify the type of radioactive decay for each reaction.
November 20, 2016
The Correlation Between Health and Age
As individuals age they experience changes to their physical appearance and cognitive
functions. The article, Patterns of Cognitive Performance in Middle-Aged and Older
The base forms the superior boarder.
The right border of the heart is formed by the by the right
The left boarder of the heart is formed by the left
ventricle and a small portion of the left atrium.
The left boarder extends to the apex
Chapter #17 questions:
Identify the components of the cardiovascular system:
Blood vessels (arteries, capillaries, veins)
List the 3 types of blood vessels and their functions:
Arteries: carry blood away from the heart
Unit Project 4
November 17, 2016
1. The pancreas is one of many organs in the body. The pancreas is located behind
the stomach and across the back part of the abdomen. Its cut into three parts,
the head, body, and tail the head starts in the
A&P 2 lecture
Unit Project 1
Activity Research the general facts of diabetes to better address Morgans concerns. Your main objectives
are the following:
1. Distinguish between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes by comparing and contrasting their
Unit III Definitions
Chapter 8 Cellular Respiration
Aerobic Phase of cellular respiration that requires oxygen.
Anaerobic Growing or metabolizing in the absence of oxygen.
Cellular respiration Metabo
Chapter 9 Cell Cycle and Cellular Reproduction
What is mitosis? Know the stages of mitosis in order, what occurs in each stage and how to identify
Mitosis the process in which a parent nucleus produces two daughter nuclei, each having the
Biology 2130 MCELROY
Review Lab practical #1
What safety attire is necessary for working in a microbiology lab? Why? _safety glasses, lab coat,
What must be done at the beginning of lab and end of lab to ensure a safe environment
Biology 2130 MCELROY
Review Lab practical #1
What safety attire is necessary for working in a microbiology lab? Why?
What must be done at the beginning of lab and end of lab to ensure a safe environment?
Describe aseptic technique for tr
Chapter 7 Microbial GeneticsThings to know
Structure and replication of genomes - Be familiar with the following:
Nucleotides in DNA and in RNA and their pairing,
pyrimidines (C, T, and U) , purines (A and G)
DNA structureDouble h
Chapter 9 Outline/Topics Controlling Microbe Growth in the Environment
I. Basic Principles of Microbial Control
Terminology- be familiar with the following terms +See table 9.1+
SterilizationAsepticDisinfectionAntisepsis or antisepticDe-germingSanitizati
Chapter 5 outline/ topics
I Metabolism: Ability to obtain and utilize energy.
A. Chemical reactions
1. Catabolism (break down molecules: exergonic)
2. Anabolism build bonds in moelcules endergonic
3. Coupling of reactions
4. Oxidation/reduction reactions
Micro notes 2/23/17
Know! superoxide and what it turns into and what turns it from its form.
Bio-availability stuff changes to make itself to be readily available.
PH- affects proteins
Biofilms slimy community of microbes growing on a sur
GOAL: The urine culture is a fast and easy method to determine approximate concentration of bacteria in the
urine. The goal of this exercise is to determine if bacteria are in the urine and to calculate the amount/mL in
Fat Cell MetabolismThere is an enzyme called lipoprotein lipase (LPL) which promotes fat storage in both
adipose and in muscle cells. This enzyme is located in cell membranes.
So, the more cells a person has, the more of this enzyme they are going to have
Weight Management: Overweight and Underweight
About 69% of American adults are overweight according to the BMI chart.
Fat Cell DevelopmentFigure 9.2
Fat reflects both the number of adipose cells and the size of the adipose cells.
Fat MeasurementOne of the most accurate ways to measure body fat is called Hydrodensitometry (sees
how much water has been displaced). Fat is less dense than lean tissue.
Bodpod- looks like Mr. Peanut, opens up and you go in it, it is closed an
Body Weight, Body Composition, and Health
Body weight= fat + lean tissue (with water)
Body Mass Index (BMI)
Quick and easy way to determine if one is at a healthy weight, but isnt entirely accurate.
To figure BMI, take your weight in k
Energy OutThermogenesis: The making of heat by the body; can be used as an indirect measure of
1. Basal Metabolism- All the metabolic activities that are basic to a persons functioning.
example: Breathing, heart rate, making
Chapter 8: Energy Balance and Body Composition
Energy BalanceEnergy in (food) must equal the energy out (energy expended) to maintain a constant
Overfat is not necessarily the same thing as overweight
3500 kcals= 1 lb. fat
Energy InBomb calorimete
The final acceptor in fermentation is organic, but the final acceptor in respiration is inorganic.
*what goes in and what comes out, how much goes in and how much comes out, and the major
branch points (pyruvate, acetyl CoA)*
Q: What if a cell g
Chapter 7- Metabolism
Metabolism- the sum of all chemical reactions within living organisms
Anabolic reactions- synthetic, requires energy
Catabolic reactions- degradative, gives off energy
Carbs, lipids, and proteins all get digested and through cataboli
Chapter 4- The Carbohydrates: Sugars, Starches, and Fiber
Starches and FibersPolymer- Complex carbohydrates (polysaccharides)
Monomer- Simple sugar (monosaccharide)
CarbohydratesPolysaccharides are many sugars (complex carbs)
Disaccharides are two sugars
Exchange ListsOriginally developed for people with diabetes; are used for people on weight loss diets.
They divide foods based on proportions of carbs, lipids, and proteins.
Within a group- all foods have about the same number of kilocalories, but the por
2 December 2015
CH2OH No You Didn't!
In the second lab for the semester we were learning about the Organic molecules within
different substances. In this experiment we tested for sugars, lipids, and starch through putting