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BIOS 041 - Bio Core 1 Lab - Lehigh Study Resources
  • 7 Pages Biology Results and Discussions
    Biology Results and Discussions

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core 1 Lab

    Stephen Jabaut Biology Results and Discussions Results March 26, 2008 Section 65 These different parts of this experiment involved determining the rate of reaction between an enzyme, B-galactosidase, and O-nitrophynal-B-D-galactoside ONPG. The rate

  • 2 Pages Chapter 13 Study Guide
    Chapter 13 Study Guide

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    Chapter 13 (Pages 419-425, 430-433, 438) Glycolysis series of enzyme-catalyzed rxns in sugars are partially degraded & their energy by activated carriers ATP & NADH which captured Takes place in cytosol Splits 2 molecules glucose (6C) 2 pyruvate (3C) 2 mo

  • 3 Pages Chapter 5 Study Guide
    Chapter 5 Study Guide

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    Chapter 5 1. a. Describe the overall structure of DNA List the physical characteristics (width, pitch etc.) of B-DNA Sugar-phosphate + base nucleotide Handedness: right, BP/turn: 10, Pitch/turn: 3.4 nm/34 A, Diameter: 2 nm/20 A, Major Groove Width: 22 A,

  • 3 Pages Chapter 1 Study Guide
    Chapter 1 Study Guide

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    Chapter 1 1. Describe the diversity and unity of cells Cells vary in appearance and function Cells are also diverse in their chemical requirements, some require oxygen to live or sunlight or water etc. Differences in size or shape cause differences in

  • 5 Pages Chapter 11 Study Guide
    Chapter 11 Study Guide

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    Chapter 11 1. Describe the structure and function of the cell membrane Two-ply sheet of lipid molecules about 50 atoms thick, most abundant lipids in the cell membrane are the phospholipids, hydrophilic head and hydrophobic tail (amphipathic), bilayers ar

  • 3 Pages Chapter 6 Study Guide
    Chapter 6 Study Guide

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    Chapter 6 1. Describe the Meselson-Stahl experiment Two scientists grew DNA containing N-15 and N-14 (normal DNA) and centrifuged them both. The N14 was closer to the top and the N15 was closer to the bottom. They transferred them together, and got someth

  • 3 Pages Chapter 3 Study Guide
    Chapter 3 Study Guide

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    Chapter 3 NOTES: Metabolism: sum of all chemical reactions Catabolic: Big to small, creates energy Anabolic: Small to big, uses energy 1. Define the first and second law of thermodynamics, and explain how these laws relate to energy use in a cell. First

  • 2 Pages Chapter 2 Study Guide
    Chapter 2 Study Guide

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    Chapter 2 1. Define matter and distinguish between elements and compounds Matter is made up of a combination of elements and exists everywhere Elements: substances that cannot be created or destroyed by chemical means Molecules: elements that link toge

  • 5 Pages Ch. 20  Cellular Communities Tissues, Stem Cells and Cancer
    Ch. 20 Cellular Communities Tissues, Stem Cells and Cancer

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    4 major types of tissues -connective (lots of ECM) -epithelial -nervous All three above have less ECM: cells joined together and carry mechanical load themselves -muscular Benign -all proliferate excessively but remain clustered together in mass -tumor fo

  • 2 Pages Amino Acids Mnemonics
    Amino Acids Mnemonics

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    Histidine, AA with aromatic Tryptophan, Tyrosine, side-groups: HTTP Phenylalanine AA with CONH2containing sidegroups: Ag (ine) Asparagine, Glutamine AA with COOHcontaining sidegroups: Ag (ate) Aspartate, Glutamate AA with OHcontaining sidegroups: SHOTT Se

  • 4 Pages Amino Acids Polar vs Non-polar Acidic vs Basic
    Amino Acids Polar vs Non-polar Acidic vs Basic

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    non-polar, neutral methionine non-polar, neutral leucine non-polar, neutral phenylalanine non-polar, neutral proline non-polar, neutral valine non-polar, neutral tryptophan non-polar, neutral alanine non-polar, neutral isoleucine non-polar, neutral glycin

  • 3 Pages Mat and Meth
    Mat and Meth

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core 1 Lab

    Stephen Jabaut Biology Lab Materials and Methodologies February 17th 2007 Alyssa Nielubowicz Onion Root Cells Conditions The dried layer and first outer fleshy layer of bulb scales were removed from the onion and then the onion was submerged the bo

  • 1 Page bio lab intro
    bio lab intro

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core 1 Lab

    Stephen Jabaut Biology Lab Section 65 Introduction January 31st, 2008 Alyssa Nielubowicz Evolution is the driving force behind the adaption of species to our planet. It is the variation and mutation of genetic material over the course of billions o

  • 4 Pages Chapter 7 Study Guide
    Chapter 7 Study Guide

    School: Lehigh

    Course: Bio Core I: Cellular&Molecular

    1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Chapter 7 (Pages 238-256) Explain the nature of the genetic code: The code is a triplet code The code is continuous The code is non-overlapping The code is almost universal The code is redundant The code has start/stop signals Describe t

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