More practice with signal transduction pathways
Examine the signaling transduction pathways diagrammed below then answer the following
(figure adapted from www.cellsignal.com)
a. What are the two sign
1. In 2010, there were 3000 people per 100,000 who died of heart disease in my FavoriteCountry. This rate refers to:
a. Cause specific death ratio
b. Cause specific death rate*
c. Proportion dying of heart attack
d. Proportion dying of a specific cause.
1. Which of the following gave women a greater control over timing and frequency of child rearing?
c. Birth control*
d. Early marriages.
2. Children who grow up without a father are likely to do what?
a. Live in pover
Sample Final Multiple Choice Questions
1. Tubulin tagged with green fluorescent protein (GFP) is expressed in cultured fibroblasts. You
want to observe the dynamic instability of the microtubules that have incorporated the labeled
tubulin. Which ty
Chapter 13 - Island Biogeography: Patterns in Species Richness
Why are islands ideal subjects for natural experiments? Why do we study them?
Have defined boundaries
Are various sizes
Have varying degrees o
BIOL 2251 Opportunity 1 Review
Anthropogenic caused by humans
o the study of distributions of organisms (past and present)
o patterns of geographical variation
all of the abiotic and biotic factors
o Includes a scale from molecul
Opportunity 3 Review
Chapter 6 Dispersal and Immigration
ALFRED LOTHAR WEGENER (1880-1930)
o Plate tectonics
o Continental Drif
Explained why the same/similar species could be found in two separate,
sometimes far away, locations
There is Pale
Opportunity 2 Review
Chapter 4 Distribution of Species
Species: Group of individuals that can produce fertile offspring
Distribution of Individuals
o Geographic Range: Area over which the populations of a species are
o To a geogra
Cell Biology Exam #5 Study guide
Compare and contrast the three main types of cytoskeletal filaments.
What are the roles of intermediate filaments in a cell?
What are desmosomes? How do intermediate filaments provide mechanical strength to
Cell Biology Exam #4 Study guide
Intracellular Transport I
What are the primary functions of the cytosol, nucleus, mitochondria, chloroplasts, ER,
Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, endosomes, and peroxisomes?
What are the differences between transport through n
Cell Biology Exam #2 Study guide
07 Membrane Structure (Chapter 11)
What are cell membranes composed of?
Lipids and proteins
Has lipid bilayer of about 5 nanometers wide (VERY thin)
What roles do membranes play in a cell?
Selective barriers and bound o
Cell Biology Exam #1 Study guide
Intro to Cells
What technological development and subsequent observations led to the birth of cell
Development of better glass lenses which lead to microscope (Hooke)
Schleiden discovered that plants a