Laboratory Questions for Course Module 1
Answer the following questions related to the laboratory activities for
this module. Your submission should include the question number and
text of question followed by your response.
Submit your answers by attachi
Genetics (Biology 3072)
Problem Set #7 (61 Points)
Due Date: November 10, 2015
Answering the questions: Concise but complete answers should be written in the space provided. For
problems requiring calculations show your work for complete credit. T
October 24, 2016
Program of Reflection Paper
After reviewing the information regarding the tools and requirements it takes to be a
psychologist, prepared to do what it takes. Academically, I must make sure I meet all the
Chapter 6 Energy
1. Define energy and distinguish between potential and kinetic energy. 6.1.1
2. State the First Law of Thermodynamics. 6.2.1
3. State the Second Law of Thermodynamics and describe how it applies to
Carbohydrates, Nucleotides (3.2, 3.4.1, 3.4.4) and Enzymes 6.4
1. Recognize the general structures of monosaccharides, amino acids, and
nucleotides, and describe the chemical properties of each. 3.2.1, 3.3.2, 3.4.1
2. Differentiate bet
1. Name the Genera you created and for each, list the Species of the Didicitia that
belong to the Genus.
Genus 1 (fat legs) - Fulmalose
Genus 2 (skinny legs) - cuculliana and torquatus
Genus 4 (skinny legs) - atopo, toros, fidicia
Genus 5 (normal t
Questions pertaining to Lab Exercise 19, The Prokaryotes
1. Identify structures 1 through 3 in the illustration of a bacterial cell for activity 19.1.
2. Identify structures 1 and 2 in the illustration of a virus for
Questions pertaining to Lab Exercise 7, Enzymes
1. For the optimal pH experiment, which enzyme/substrate pair did you use? List your
results for the absorbance at one minute when the pH was 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10. Based
on your results, what is the optim
Questions pertaining to lab Module 10, The Cell Cycle
1.What phase of the cell cycle is shown in micrograph 10a? What is indicated by 1 and 2 in
1. Centriole 2. Nucleus
2.What phase of the cell cycle is shown in micrograp
Questions pertaining to Lab Exercise 11, DNA
1. What is indicated by 1 through 3 in the illustration of the DNA molecule?
1. Dexoyribose Sugar
2. 0.34 nm
3. 2 nm
2. If a molecule of DNA were found to contain 33% adenine, could you calculate the expe
Questions pertaining to Lab Exercise 16, "Natural Selection"
1. In which habitat were you first hunting snails.
Leafy forest floor
2. Then write a brief description of how population frequencies changed over
time for the green and brown snails. Be s
1.2 Biology is the science of life
Properties of living and non-living things: movement, complexity, and stimulation
5 fundamental properties of living organisms:
o Cellular organization
o Energy utilization
o Growth, developmen
Ch. 2 The nature of molecules and the properties of water
2.1 All matter is composed of atoms
Any substance that has mass and occupies space is defined as matter
All matter is composed of extremely small particles called atoms
The Bohr atom has electrons
3.1 Carbon Provides the Framework of biological molecules
A chemical compound containing the element carbon is called an organic molecule
o Molecules containing carbon can form straight chains, branches, rings, balls and
o They can do this bec
Lichens and Air Pollution
Read the article The Microbial World: Lichens at the following link
http:/archive.bio.ed.ac.uk/jdeacon/microbes/lichen.htm and chapter 25 in your text book and then
answer the following questions and do the exercise before class.
1. Research Survey - Closes Wednesday, September 6 at
2. Practice Exam Protists. Opens 12:01 a.m., Friday,
September 8 & closes 11:59 p.m. Sunday, September 10
3. LearnSmart Exercise on Fungi due 9:00 a.m. Monday,
Taxonomy and Systematics: Pre-Activity Questions
1. A phylogeny reflects
A. similarities in morphology.
B. shared evolutionary histories.
C. similarities in ecology.
D. Both a and b are correct.
2. Which are used by systematists to construct hypotheses?
On multicellularity and slime molds
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Phylogenetic Tree of Metazoan Relationships (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Human beings are great big conglomerates of millions upon millions of cells. In this respect, we
The paradox of sexual reproduction
The existence of sexual reproduction has baffled biologist for centuries. How can sexual
reproduction have evolved when it greatly diminishes the speed of reproduction? How can it
continue to be widespread in nature when
4.1 all living organisms are composed of cells
Cell theory principles:
o All organisms are composed of one or more cells, and the life processes of
metabolism and heredity occur within these cells
o Cells are the smallest living things, the basic un
Questions pertaining to Lab Exercise 8, "Respiration"
1. At what rate (how many minutes) did alcoholic fermentation occur using glucose at 20 degrees C
and a pH of 7?
2. Which carbohydrate solution(s) was the yeast able to use for alcoho