Animal Behavior (Biology 343)
8:009:50 TR (SC 301), 1:30-3:50 W (SC 347)
Ken Yasukawa, SC 335, x2314, [email protected]
Nordell, S. E. & T. J. Valone. 2014. Animal Behavior: Concepts, Methods, and Applications.
New York, NY: Oxf
BMC Research Notes
Crude subcellular fractionation of cultured mammalian cell lines
Paul Holden1,2 and William A Horton*1,2
Address: 1Research Center, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Portland, Oregon 97239, USA a
Ice Cream Sundae Gene Expression
Resource ID#: 75998
Primary Type: Lesson Plan
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This lesson allows students to visualize how genes are expressed by completing the process of transcription and translati
Topic: Protein Synthesis Worksheet
Summary: Students will practice DNA and RNA base pairing to build a polypeptide.
Students will also answer questions about transcription and translation and the central
dogma of molecular biology.
Cell Biology F2015 - Practice Exam 01 - 1
Your exam will include a selection (probably 4-8) of the following questions (or parts/versions of these
questions) and 20 points of additional fill-in-the-blank or multiple choice questions (1-2 points per
3 of the following 4 questions will be on the exam.
1A. Draw a timeline of the cell cycle and indicate the location of three major checkpoints. For each checkpoint,
describe the purpose of the checkpoint, i.e. what needs to happen in order for the cell to
Green Fluorescent Protein as a Marker for Gene Expression
Author(s): Martin Chalfie, Yuan Tu, Ghia Euskirchen, William W. Ward and Douglas C.
Source: Science, New Series, Vol. 263, No. 5148 (Feb. 11, 1994), pp. 802-805
Published by: American Assoc
ELECTROPHORETIC SEPARATION OF CELL FRACTIONS BY SDS-PAGE
(Sodium DodecylSulfate Poly Acrylamide Gel Electrophoresis)
Electrophoresis is a method used to separate and characterize a mixture of charged molecules,
especially proteins and nucleic acids. All
Cell Biology F2015 Final Exam Take-home portion (40 points)
Due 13 December, 5 PM (via moodle)
Your job is to design a class activity that you think would help students to understand one of
the cell biological concepts that we have covered this semester.
behavioral ecology: emphasizes the ecological aspects of animal behavior
classical conditioning: a learning process in which two stimuli are repeatedly paired resulting in
a response that was at first elicited by the second stimulus eventually
Prep for Exam 2
How protists accomplish all of the functions of life.
In the Protozoa, all functions are performed within a single plasma membrane. Protozoans, therefore, display unicellular (cytoplasm)
organization. Even though there are no
In Preparation for Zoology Exam 1
Be sure you can explain the following processes or principles.
Meiosis and the inheritance of alleles look at diagram
Evolution by natural selection see moth video (moth answer)
Population regulation by density dependent
Vocab Week 11
autocrine agent: chemicals act on the same cell
brood patch: keeps the eggs at a constant temperature
bursa of Fabricus: a sac that empties into the cloaca
endocrine gland: secrete hormones directly into the tissue space next to each endocri
In Preparation for Zoology Exam 3
Gas exchange and excretion in echinoderms. Because of the wide range of organisms in the phylum
echinodermata they all have slightly different ways of gas exchange and excretion.
Class asteroidea- Gasses, nutrients and me