9 November 2014
Radio Lab: Galapagos
The main question asked during the podcast was: How far are we willing to go to
protect something? It is easier said then done but I believe if we were able to preserve
species that are endangered an
WELCOME TO BIOLOGY
PURPOSE OF LAB
Learn scientific method
Quantitative reasoning, critical
Graphing & computer skills
Help (or hurt) course grade
Have fun (hopefully)!
Be on time
BIOL 100: Nature of the Biological World- Spring 2015
Lecture: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10:00 AM-10:50 AM
Instructor: Eric Yoshizuka, M.S.
Office Hours: T 3-4, F 11-noon
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5 October 2014
The biotechnology podcast starts off speaking about a unique phenomenon that a
museum has put together for the public. This consisted of the top part from one animal
literally being mashed togeth
21 October 2014
Assignment 6: Mutant Menace
1. During translation, a single nucleotide is substituted with another single, but
different nucleotide. This results in a change in the sequence of amino acids.
Another form of mutation happens when
29 October 2014
Assignment 8: Evolution
As organisms develop and progress over a time period of many years, they begin
to evolve. This essentially means that they are able to adapt to the environment around
them and produce traits that