By: Andrew Scott & Krystal Hawkins
The Nervous System
The Central & Peripheral Nervous
The CNS contains the brain and
The CNS interprets incoming
sensory information and issues
out instructions based on ones
THE GENERAL BIOLOGY LABORATORY
The Cancer Biology Research Module
We discussed the relationship between cell cycle regulation and cancer in BIOL 121N. This discussion
emphasized how the proto-oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes contribute to effective ce
The Land Plants
Chapter 23 Part 2
23.5 Ancient Carbon Treasures
In the Carboniferous, plants with ligninreinforced tissues flourished, died, and became
compacted into coal, a nonrenewable fossil fuel
Lepidodendron, a Carboniferous lycophyte
Writing Assignment #2:
Choose one of the following two options. E-mail me by Wednesday, September 30 (11:59 P.M.) to tell me
which option you are choosing.
You are to find a microbiology-related article from a newspaper or magazine, and write a s
Viruses and Prokaryotes
Chapter 21|Part 1
Viruses are non-living. Some viruses contain DNA. Some viruses contain RNA.
A virus consists of nucleic acid and protein
A virus is smaller than any cell and has no metabolic machinery of its own.
Old Dominion University
General Microbiology/Biology 315 (CRN 10199)
Fall Semester 2015
Lecture: 3 credits
Class Meeting: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:00 A.M. 8:50 P.M.
Class Location: Oceanography 200
(The laboratory section of this class meets twice/
Writing Assignment #1
You are to find a microbiology-related, peer-reviewed article via PubMed, and write a summary of the
article. Your paper should include the proper citation for the paper you are summarizing (in APA
format) and your summary. If you us
Welcome to Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 110P)!
Opening Activity: Share as little or as much as you wish with me as you fill this out, and
afterwards, use these questions to get to know a little bit about your peers around you!
1. Name: Krystal Hawkins