The Six I's of studying microorganisms include all of the following except
All of the following are examples of different types of microbiological media ex
Disease-causing microorganisms are called
The microorganisms that recycle nutrients by breaking down dead matter and wastes are called
Anything that occupies space and has mass is called
A. an electron.
The electrons of an atom are
A. always equal to the number of neutrons in an atom.
B. found in the nucleus.
C. used to det
Muscular Dystrophy Case Study Worksheet
What is the sequence of the mature mRNA product that will be transcribed from Elijahs gene?
All living Organisms Are Composed of Cells
1. Properties of Cell Theory:
1. All Organisms are composed of cells
2. Cells are the smallest living things.
3. Cells arise from pre-existing cells.
2. Surface-area-to-volume ratio limits cell size
BS 161, Sec. 002
Unit 1 Quiz
Question 1: Brain Food: The Effect of Dietary Fatty Acids on Learning and Memory
a.) Figure 1 shows that rats start out at the same ratio of saturated to unsaturated fatty
acids. However, after each week of
BS 161 Sec.
Spartanol inhibits the first enzyme in the ETC, NADH dehydrogenase. Since the NADH
is not properly being oxidized, electrons are not being transferred at normal speeds. This effects
the energy that
WEEK 5 ASSIGNMENT
1. What is compact bone?
a. Dense bone
b. Woven bone
c. Immature bone
d. Cancellous bone
e. Spongy bone
2. What cell is involved in bone resorption?
3.What type of ba
WEEK 6 ASSIGNMENT
LAB SIX MUSCLE TISSUE
Consequently, your ASSIGNMENT FOR THIS WEEK IS
1. List the three types of muscles
The three types of muscles include the smooth muscle, skeletal muscle and cardiac muscle.
1) Smooth muscle are usually controlled by
Lab 8 Ionization, buffering -Making
Buffers and Using a pH Meter
Because of the fundamental importance of pH in
chemical reactions (especially in the body) we
include a video which demonstrates two
methods of buffer preparation and proper use of
the pH me
LAB SEVEN HOMEOSTASIS and EXERCISE
The Effects of Exercise on HoHomeostasis
The assignment this week is to read all you can about Homeostasis
and to do the lab on Homeostasis below. Good luck!
To discover the effect that various levels of exerc
Bio 3404 Section 04
Take-Home Quiz 3
Directions: Please read each question carefully and choose the correct answer. Please make only
ONE mark per question (crossing out or circling more than one answer will be marked
WEEK THREE ASSIGNMENT
LAB THREE INTRODUCTION TO TISSUES- EPITHELIAL TISSUES ASSIGNMENT
Answer the following questions and turn them in for grading.
1 List six important characteristics of epithelial tissue
Epithelial tissue majorly comprises an uninterrup
17.1 Immunology and Immunity
The word immune literally means free from burden. Used in a general sense, immunity refers to the
ability of an organism to recognize and defend itself against infectious agents. Susceptibility, the
opposite of immunity, is th
18.1 Overview of Immunological Disorders
An immunological disorder is a condition that results from an inappropriate or inadequate immune
response. Most inappropriate responses involve some type of hypersensitivity, whereas inadequate
responses are due to
through assimilation and
Goal is to maintain equilibrium
Children modify understanding to
adapt to cognitive challenges
Children are active participants in
their own cognitive development
indicate distinct mental
1. An example of the kind of metamemorial knowledge 6-year-olds possess
a. the understanding that, at McDonalds, you pay for your food before
you eat it.
b. a clear recollection of the birth of a sibling when they were three years
Botany is the study of plant life.
In this lab, you will get to choose plants that you
find interesting to investigate.
To do this research, use
Google Scholar, peer
Marx library, etc
some aspect of intelligent behavior
Connectionism: create artificial
neural networks rather than using
Memory Store Model
Control processes- maintenance
Ebola Virus Disease
An Epidemiological Presentation
By Chelsea Lauderdale, Hanan Almutairi, &
Purpose of Epidemiology
Epidemiology: the study of factors and mechanisms involved in
the frequency and spread of diseases and other
Ebola Virus Disease
Ebola virus disease (EVD)
Ebola virus disease is a type of viral
haemorrhagic fever (VHF), which is life
In Africa the source was identified as fruit
bats which served as natural hosts for the
First infection rep
Eugenia (Gina) Panameno
Week 4 Discussion
Topic 1 Virga & Forecast of Winter
Effects of Virga on Temperature
Virga involves evaporation of precipitation before reaching the ground.
As it evaporates it creates a cooling effect in the surrounding air.
CK-12 Foundation is a non-prot organization with a mission to reduce the cost of textbook materials
for the K-12 market both in the U.S. and worldwide. Using an open-content, web-based collaborative
1) The nutrients and minerals that were below the recommended average were, Calories, Dietary
Fibre, Total Fat, Linoleic Acid (g ) and (% Calories), -Linoleic Acid (g) and (% Calories),
Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Vitamin E, Vitamin D and Choline. It i
Purpose/ Aim: The purpose of the experiment was to determine how the amount of heat energy
released (joules) by an almond (Prunus Dulcis), when it was burned, affects the temperature
change in the water above the burning almond, as well as the change in m
Photograph of Lab Setup:
Figure #1 After the Almond was Lit
5) Electrical Thermometer
(+/- 0.1C) used to measure
initial and final temperature
4 and 6) Electrical
used to measure
initial and final
mass of almond.
1) 100mL of Wat
Examining CO2 Levels as well as Temperature from the past
Graph #1 CO2 Levels from the years 1958 to 2015 in the Month of September
CO2 Levels from the years 1958 to
2015 in the Month of September
CO2 Levels (PPM)
Alberts Bray Hopkin Johnson Lewis Raff Roberts Walter
Cells: The Fundamental Units of Life
Copyright Garland Science 2014
UNITY AND DIVERSITY OF CELLS
CELLS UNDER THE MICROSCOPE