Biology Lab Assignment 11 Part 2
Blood type Questions
3. Patient 4
4. We can test by mixing a sample of donor and recipient blood and looking for
coagulation. If no coagulation occurs, it can be used safely.
5. The sample blood types react appropria
CSI: Olduvai Gorge. The work of Jackson Njau.
What is taphonomy, and how is it studied?
o The study of the process of fossilization, from the death of the organism to the moment of the fossil's discovery and
everything in between.
o The answers to such t
Bio 1B Lab #3 Goals
Understand that evolution includes both change within species and the
splitting of species into daughter species.
o Evolution occurs from natural selection, genetic drift, gene flow, sexual
selection, and mutation; however, in the eve
The questions I had on my lab quiz this morning:
1. What are the 3 conditions for natural selection?
a. Variation: the trait varies among individuals within a population
b. Heritability: the trait can be passed genetically from parents to offspring
o Allopathic physician is a MD
Allopathic philosophy approaches treatment by countering or
suppressing symptoms, however MDs also employ a spectrum
of other treatments philosophies
o Osteopathic physician is a DO
Have a similar cur
Amanita Muscaria, Siberia, North
America, mushroom eaten by
indigenous Siberian people as
Tropical America, West Indies, Tupi
culture in Brazil,
1. (5) Your assignment is to find the value of an as-not -yet -built ski area. Luckily you are able to
survey people who use existing ski areas and so you decide to do a travel cost study.
a. (1) What do you do you lose and what do you gain by doing
What causes spatial and temporal variation in temperature and moisture over the Earth?
How does this variation affect distributions of terrestrial biomes (vegetation types)?
What are the ecological consequences of atmospheric and ocean circulation?
Writing Assignment 2
September 10, 2015
The Cost of Trout Fishing
We've poisoned the rivers, destroyed natural habitat, polluted the oceans, and altered the
chemical composition of the atmosphere. Out of greed and ignorance, weve wreak
Explicating the op-ed in the context provided by the Cronon-Waller debate as informed by the Snyder essay
Main claim: to preserve Americas appreciation of nature and support for wilderness preservation, we must focus on
cities and urban people
Biology Lab Assignment 4
1. Catalyst: a chemical agent that selectively increases the rate of reaction without being
consumed by the reaction
Example: potassium permanganate on hydrogen peroxide decomposition
Enzyme: a macromolecule serving as a catalyst
ELISA Biology Lab Assignment
Prelab Focus Questions
1. Antibodies detect foreign antigens and mount an immunological response in order to
destroy the foreign intruder.
2. Doctors administer vaccinations that provide the antigens present in the subject wit
Lecture 5: Population and Genetics I: Populations and frequencies
Chapter 23 (pp 480-484)
The evolutionary impact of natural selection is only apparent in the changes in a population of
organisms over time.
The finch population had evolved by natural sele
Evolution can occur through a variety of ways.
BUT adaptations are necessarily shaped by natural selection, which can act only when there is
genetically based variation within a population
Natural Selection Requires:
1) Variation: the trait varies a
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Biology Lab Assignment 5
1. The greater amount of respiration occurred in Tube 2. We know this because as the
respiration reaction occurs the DPIP intercepts electrons released from the succinate.
This changes the color of DPIP from blue to clear. The spe
Biology Lab Assignment 6
1. Pigment B will be highest, or closest to the solvent front on the paper because it is less
polar than Pigment A. Pigment A will be lower, or behind Pigment B relative to the
solvent front because higher polarity pigments are le
Biology Lab Assignment 9
1. D: Because the restriction site for EcoRI is located within the tetracycline resistance gene
on the plasmid, once the cut is made and exogenous DNA is successfully inserted,
bacterium containing the modified plasmid w
The Gray Heron:
o the heron is represented at first very awkward- almost like its doing a little jig
with its knees wobbling all over and its head staying still. Also its legs are green
which is strange since the heron is gray
o the next representation o