Practice final exam on material since exam III:
1) Which of the following is NOT possible?
A) In prokaryotes, translation of an mRNA can start before its transcription is finished.
B) In eukaryotes, translation of an mRN
Answers to study guide 3 (Kopachik)
1. Why are protein polymers so versatile in numbers of proteins and in ability to interact
with other molecules in the cell and so cause physiological changes to occur?
Proteins can be made to be different in the number
BS 161 (2012)
Study Guide (Kopachik)
Cell-Cell Interactions Ch. 11 pp. 206-223
Vocabulary: Define and use the following words in a sentence to make an important
Yeast a and alpha cells
Answers to Study Guide 4 Nucleic Acids I and II (Kopachik)
There are two forms of bases _pyrimidines with three types (_thymine, cytosine and uracil )and
purine with two types (_adenine and _guanine). Any _base_ plus either of two types of suga
Chapter 8 Learning Objectives
The Process that Feeds the Biosphere
1. Distinguish between autotrophic and heterotrophic nutrition.
a. Autotrophic: makes their own food
b. Heterotrophic: cant produce their own food
2. Describe the structure
For this experiment, six cobs of corn were randomly selected out of a bucket by each team member,
totaling the cobs at twenty-four. The cobs were then measured from top to bottom with a ruler in centimeters. The
graphs below were made using the mean, SD,
MD Case Study Worksheet
What is the sequence of the final mRNA product that will be transcribed from Elijahs gene?
AUG UAC UUU GCG ACA AGA GAG GAU CCC AUC UGU GCG ACU UGA ACG
What is the amino acid sequence of the protein product made from Elijahs gene?
BS161-002 Unit 1 Quiz
Protein Structure and Function
Researchers are studying a protein called pBS161 that is involved in the regulation of
gene expression. The protein specifically interacts with a DNA sequence. The
researchers identified this stretch of
Homework 1: Genetics- Beta
Group Name _
The main goals of this homework set are to: 1) assess where you currently are in your ability to use multiple representations of genetics
concepts, and 2) to provide an opportunity to practi
Cells & Cellular Components
Why study cells?
Recognized since first microscope 1600s
1830sThe fundamental unit of biology
Simplest life forms have one cell
Complex life forms are multicellular
TodayHow will we recognize life on Mars?
Does non-cellular lif
Determining Patterns of Inheritance
Monohybrid & Dihybrid Crosses
Statistics: Chi-square Goodness-of-Fit
Test inheritance by crossing mutants of each sex with
Chromosomes, Mitosis, & Meiosis
Cellular Reproduction- Mitosis
What is mitosis?
Process that duplicates genetic material
Then divides it equally to 2 new Daughter Cells
Also divides organelles between new daughters
Do all cells undergo mitosis?
Genetics 1: Mendel & Chromosomes
Inheritance: Mendelian Genetics
Learned scientific method from a physicist (Doppler)
Worked on heredity in garden pea
Removed stamens- eliminate self pollina
Exam 1 Study GuideQuestions & Objectives
Be able to identify the purpose and role of control, treatment, and response variables in experiments.
Controlled variables: The variable you are testing is left un altered, isolating the variable as the only ca
Lec 3: Genetics: DNA to Proteins
Problem: Large Genetics Vocabulary
A, T, G, C
Homolog (homologous chromosomes)
Ploidy (haploid, diploid, etc.)
You can use this spreadsheet to consolidate your raw and processed data, calculate your statistical values and generate your graphs.
Instructions for filing out each table and making and editing your graphs are explained at each step. The statistical valu