Christopher J. Lortie.
Try to see the world as an ecologist and be a Marcovaldo.
The first page from Marcovaldo by Italo Calvino.
Purpose of the ecology labs
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Huntington disease (HD) is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder with an established genetic origin and symptoms that are referable to specific regions of brain disease.
Cellular and molecu
Biol 213L: Genetics Lab (Fall 2000)
Sample Lab Report for Lab 1
Even those of you who just answered the questions no doubt noticed that if you strung those answers
together and added the appropriate headings, you'd get something very close to a real lab r
Evolution Lab with Drosophila
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Sa m pli ng Pl ant C o m munit ie s II:
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The point frame method, used to sample the grassland vegetation previously, is an excellent
Writing a scientific paper in Ecology
Taken from materials in Bio 16: Introduction to Ecology
Data Analyses and Interpretation of Results
The data you collected can now be compiled, processed, summarized with descriptive statistics and
analyzed for patter
Tips for writing successful Ecology Lab reports
By, John Hutchens
Successful scientific writing is an essential skill for ecologists. Success is usually
guaranteed if you tell your story (i.e., present and explain your data) clearly and effectively in a
1. Measurement of variation
2. Assessing genetic structure
3. Processes driving variation
Population = group of
Species = group of potentially
Note difference !
Measurement of genetic
Gene regulation in prokaryotes
Is product required @ all times ?
Inducible: additions to media turn on
Repressible: additions to media turn off
Chromosomal theory of inheritance
Theodor Boveri & Walter Sutton: inheritance of
chromosomes parallels inheritance of alleles
T.H. Morgan and Calvin Bridges
Brick red eyes: wild type (w.t.) most common
White eyes: varian
Macromolecules of the Cell
Each of the 4 globin chains is represented in a different color. The heme molecule is shown in red.
The Macromolecules of the Cell
Functions (table 3-1)
Cells and Organelles
The Effect of Cell Size on the Surface
Surface area important:
for exchanges between a cell and
internal volume of cell determines
Area increases with the square.
BIO 130 Chapter 7 Problem Set Be sure to save your homework as Version 1! 1. Which of the following lipids is incorrectly paired with its location? a. Cholesterol Animal membranes b. Phytosterol Animal membranes c. Phosphoglyceride Plant membranes d. Glyc
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BIO130 Chapter 5 Problem Set Version 1 For calculations enter your answers rounded to the whole number with no units, if the answer is a negative number be sure to enter the sign (which will be after the numbers in the list of characters). 1. The fact tha
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EXAM 3 REVIEW
Chapter 9 1. What are the types of metabolic pathways & what do each do? Give examples of each. Irreversible Every pathway has committed stop Regulated In eukaryotic cells, occurs in specific cell locations Anabolic