By the end of this section, you will be able to:
Describe the structure of prokaryotic and eukaryotic genomes
Distinguish between chromosomes, genes, and traits
Describe the mechanisms of chromosome compaction
1- Metabolism- chemical reactions that happen inside a cell, to include the ones that
consume or generate energy (Energy and metabolism paragraph 1)
2- Metabolic pathway-is the chemical reactions that takes a molecule and modifies it though
Virtual Lab: Sex-Linked Traits
1. Please make sure you have read through all of the information in the
Questions and Information areas. If you come upon terms that are
unfamiliar to you, please refer to your textbook for further explanation or
1-Prokaryotic Cells- they dont have a nucleus and membrane bound organelles. Theyre
important because they return nitrogen to the atmosphere (Powerpoint Lecture Notes: Cell
Structure and Function Slide #17)
2-Eukaryotic Cells- they have membrane bound org
Virtual Lab: The Cell Cycle and Cancer
1. In which phase of mitosis do each of the following occur: Prophase
a. Centromeres split and chromosomes move toward opposite sides of the
b. Chromatin coils to form visible chromosomes
c. The nuclea
Virtual Lab: Enzyme Controlled Reactions
1. Which of the following does NOT apply to an enzyme:
d. All of the above apply to an enzyme
2. When an enzyme catalyzes a reaction:
a. Substrate(s) bind in the active
neutralizes acids: base
salts and sugars preserve: hypertonic solution
facultative anaerobe: uses oxygen or grows w/out oxygen
NOT disadvantage standard plate count: determines viable cells
NOT direct microscopic count: large # of cells
Quiz 2 Study Guide
You should know:
Functions of the heart
Meanings of: Pulmonary/systemic circuit; veins, arteries, and capillaries
Location in the chest (mediastinum)
Flow of blood through the heart (deoxygenated/oxygenated, directions)
You should know:
How endocrine signaling differs from neuronal signaling (time, duration)
Three types of stimuli that endocrine system responds to
Differences between amino acid derivative and lipid derivative; b/t water- and lipid-soluble
1. What is fermentation?
Generally speaking, the term fermentation is used to describe any process where large
organic molecules are being broken down into simpler molecules due to the action of
microorganisms. Microorganisms are organism
Kaylee Peiffer Conley
Week 8 Lab- Native Plants
Washington State is home to many native plants that make this area a beautiful place to
live, full of thriving wildlife and nature. Many of these native plants have huge medical, c
27 May 2016
College Athletes Should be Paid (Outline)
Statement: Should college athletes get paid?
a. Begin with example statement of NCAA, business practice, unpaid labor force,
Capitalism and the m
241 CAQs from Marieb & Hoehn, 10th Edition
CHAPTER 1: Page 22
Question 1: Aiden has been suffering agonizing pain with each breath and has been informed by
the physician that he has pleurisy. (a) Specifically, what membranes are involved in this
Integumentary System: Clinical Questions
1. Dean, a 40-year-old aging beach boy, is complaining to you that although his
suntan made him popular when he was young, now his face is all wrinkled,
and he has several darkly pigmented moles that are gro
Unit 2 (General chemistry)
Matter/Atoms plus energy forms molecular structures.
3 kinds of bonds:
Ionic- bonds that form between charged atoms from the left to the right hand side of the periodic table.
Low electronegativity to high electronegativity. Ion
CHAPTER 5: Page 171
Question 3: Tanya, a 30-year-old resident of a mental hospital, has an abnormal growth of hair on
the dorsum of her right index finger. The orderly comments that she gnaws on that finger
Evaluate Your Understanding & Apply Your Knowledge - Integumentary System
Directions: Develop, and be able to explain and support responses/explanations to the following questions/scenarios.
1. Count Dracula, the most famous vampire
CH 4 A&P Notes
Four classes of tissue: Epithelial, Connective,(Main 2) Nerve, Muscle
Epithelium: Tightly packed connected securely by tight junctions, Lines/covers other tissues (skin) Apical
Surface: Exposed to a int/ext space, Avascular(no vei
19 July 2016
Beverage Density Lab
Purpose: to measure the densities of beverages to determine their sugar contents using a
calibration curve for a series of reference solutions versus percent sugar.
1. Explain the processes of aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration.
In Aerobic Respicration the final electron acceptor is an oxygen molecule. When aerobic
respicration occurs ATP is produced used the high energy electrons carried by NADH o
1. Describe the typical flow of genetic information in a cell.
The flow of genetic information in cells from DNA to mRNA is specified by genes which in
turn specify the sequence of proteins. The decoding of one molecule to another is performed
1. What is a cell?
A cell is the smallest form of life that can function on its own.
Knowing what as cell is can help me understand the more complex units of life.
Powerpoint Lecture Notes: Cell Structure and Function Slide 1.
2. What does a ce
Virtual Lab: DNA and Genes
1. Please make sure you have read through all of the information in the Questions and Mutation Guide. If you come upon terms that are unfamiliar to
you, please refer to your textbook for further explanation or search t