D. Food for Thoughts
Which of the above media is defined?
Chemically defined media is defined. An example of this is the Minimal Glucose broth.
What is the buffer system in the minimal glucose broth? Which components of the other media provide
Food for thoughts
What are the methods for determining growth? Which three methods did we use in this
experiment? What are the benefits and draw backs of each method?
A) Viable plate count (using colony forming units)
We used viable count by calcula
Biology 102 Fall 2015
Test 4 Study Guide
1. For the three nucleotide sequences below, determine which is the coding strand DNA, which is template
strand DNA, and which is RNA. Assume that the RNA sequence is written in the typical orientation (5 on the
Identify and briefly describe 3 hypotheses (we covered 5) for what limits the # of trophic
levels in a food web
o 1. Energetic (Productivity) Hypothesis
Longer food chain in highly productive systems
Highly productive systems support highly energ
Biol 10 Climate & Conservation Study Guide
How is the exam scored?
Each exam is worth 70 points.
Each correct answer is worth 2 points.
How many questions are on a midterm?
The number of questions on a midterm exam per type of required skill to
BIO 100 UNIT 4 PRACTICE TEST
Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper.
1. Which of the following is not evidence of global warming?
a. There are fewer glaciers in Glacier National Park today than there were 150 years ago.
b. Some cold
1. Define an infection
An infective agent lives on or in another organism for nourishment
Agent does not benefit the host, but reduces the hosts health
2. What can cause an infection? (Name infectious agents)
3. Describe h
1. Explain how science can help us answer questions.
Not just a collection of facts
Way of asking questions
Inductive reasoning- arguing from what we already know, starting
with specific observation to discern a general principle
Biol 10 Study Guide
1. Know, from a biological perspective, why we eat.
2. Name the biological molecules that provide humans with fuel.
3. Name the biological molecules needed for raw building
1. What is evolution?
A change in inherited traits of a population of a given species over
time (multiple generations)
Related species share a common ancestor
First requirement for evolution to happen is variation in the
2. Explain natural sel
SPRING 2016 - CDDS 95 Syllabus
CDDS 95: Introduction to Speech and Language Development
California State University, Fresno, Spring 2016
Catalog Description: Study of normal verbal development; compilation of
developmental milestones in speech and languag
Biology 20 Human Anatomy
Chapter 27 Reproductive System
* Function of reproductive systems is the continuation of the species with:
Organization of the Reproductive System
gonadsductsaccessory glandsperineal structuresMale Gonads
Biology 20 Human Anatomy
Chapter 13 The Nervous System
* GLOSSARY OF NERVOUS SYSTEM TERMS = Table 13.1
1. Divisions of the Nervous System:
A. Central Nervous System:
B. Peripheral Nervous System
Afferent division RECEPTORS (sensory informati