Chapter 2: The First Steps in Vision: Seeing Stars
1. Light can be described as a stream of photons or a(n)
d. outlet of energy.
2. The left side of the figure below shows the
a. spectrum of visible
Chapter 4: Perceiving and Recognizing Objects
1. Gestalt psychologists emphasize that
a. a percept is nothing more than the sum of its sensory elements.
b. objects and faces are processed via different mechanisms.
c. the perceptual whole is grea
Chapter 14: Taste
1. _ sensation is the sensation of an odor that is perceived when chewing and
swallowing force an odorant emitted by the mouth up behind the palate into the nose.
c. Retronasal olfactory
Bio 3150 Microbiology Lab
UV radiation: damage and repair (10-5)
repair mechanisms: photo-reactivation, nucleotide excision
Ames test of mutagenicity (10-6)
correlations between mutagens and cancer
reversion of histidine synth
LESSON 10 1
( DAY 3 )
CHOOSING THE SAMPLE SIZE
How are sample sizes determined?
To find appropriate sample sizes
To become aware of cautions involved in
creating confidence intervals.
PHY 1601 Fall 2010: Midterm Examination I Oct 5, 2010
Please answer all three questions, and show your work as partial credit will be given.
You may bring to the exam on sheet (both sides) of paper. Use of calculators or other
electronic devices is not al
Electrochemistry: Voltaic Cells
In electrochemistry, a voltaic cell is a specially prepared system in which an oxidation-reduction
reaction occurs spontaneously. This spontaneous reaction produces an easily measured electrical
1. All of the following statements are true of microtubules and actin filaments, EXCEPT:
A. Both are necessary for cell division.
B. Both are composed of globular subunits.
C. Motor proteins participate
Dr. Z. Goldstein
Worksheet # 1
Sharpen your understanding
Not all the problems listed below have their data sets attached. You need to
set up the proper procedures in order to answer the questions (before
the data set is used). In accordance, th
Chapter 5: The Perception of Color
1. Which of the following is not a type of cone?
e. All of the above are types of cones.
2. The moonlit world depicted in the above photograph below appears to be drained
Chapter 7: Motion Perception
1. _ is the illusion that a stationary object is moving, and occurs after prolonged
exposure to a moving object.
a. Illusory motion
b. Motion aftereffect
c. Neural circuit
d. Apparent motion
e. Aperture problem