1. What would you, after taking the cells and physiology units of Biol 101 advise about
each of the diets? Is it a good idea for her to exclude any of the food items mentioned in
each of the diets presented in the article?
A protein found in
What If Antibiotics Stopped Working?
Published: February 28, 2014 | By Gretchen Voss
What If Antibiotics Stopped Working?
We're on the brink of a dangerou
DNA, Gene Expression, and Biotechnology
What is the genetic code, and how is it harnessed?
DNA and Justice
Julius Ruffin, wrongly convicted of rape
Set free based on DNA evidence
316 individual set free
72% sexual assault
Your best pathway to understanding the world
q An intellectual activity, encompassing observation,
description, experimentation, and explanation of natural
q The single question that underlies scientific t
LIFES CHEMICAL BASIS
RAW MATERIALS AND FUEL FOR OUR BODIES
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF CHEMISTRY
o Atomic Structure
o Chemical Bonding
ATOMIC STRUCTURE: THE NUCLEUS, PROTONS, NEUTRONS &
o Everything is made from at
Gluten Free Research Paper Topic
Biology 101, Section 23 Fall 2015
This writing assignment is designed to provide opportunities for the student to find,
evaluate, select, synthesize, organize, cite, and present information and arguments clearly
The study of
Planet at capacity: patterns of population growth
IF WE STUDY INTERACTIONS
NUTRITION AND DIGESTION
ORGANISMS NEED FOOD
2 reasons to eat
We need fuel
Food provides the raw materials for growth
Digestion: the breakdown of food into its macromolecular
Bodyweight reflects balance
Food consumed = energy b
The more we know, the more complicated it becomes
Embryo custody: If a couple has frozen embryos, but later
divorce, who should retain custody of the embryos?
Two individuals contrib
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Exam 2 Study Guide Answers
Chapter 22: Nutrition and Digestion
1. The basic nutrient requirements of living organisms are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins,
vitamins, minerals, and water.
2. Water transports nutrients and waste, takes part in chemical react
Bio 101 Exam 3 Review Chapters 7, 8, 14, 15, and 16
1. What are true-breeding varieties?
homozygous for a given genotype
plants that produce offspring of the same variety when they self-pollinate
2. When you look at yourself in the mirror, are y
Rough draft due Friday, Nov 6
If you turned in the final draft already, you do not
need to come to class
Exam #3 Friday, Nov 13
Ocean currents affect
Global patterns of circulation
in the oceans
Climate Disruptions El Nio
Exam 3 is on Friday
Study guide is on Titanium
No class on Wednesday
16.7 Some ecosystem
reversible , others
Once land is cultivated or
developed, can it ever return to
its natural state?
Reversible as l
Chapter 14: Population
Planet at capacity: patterns of population
Understand the fundamentals of
Identify the key perspective needed
in population ecology
Identify and explain the important
factors that impact pop
Chapter 15: Ecosystems and
Organisms and their environments
15.1 What are ecosystems?
A community of biological
organisms plus the non-living
components with which the
Chapter 8: Evolution and Natural Selection
Darwins dangerous idea: evolution by natural selection
Be able to explain evolution in action.
Be able to explain Darwins journey to an idea.
Be able to explain how populations of organisms
Types of Alleles - Definitions
Remember: There are two alleles for
every gene (one on each chromosome)
Dominant : an allele
that masks the phenotype
of a recessive allele for
Recessive : an allele
whose phenotype is
masked by a dominant
What Factors Affect the Intensity of Color?
Cierra Barnes, Tyler Dotson, Brittany Obarr, Anna Swette
TA Name: Towshif
Lab Group: Group 4
Date of Report: 3/14/17
Date of lab: 2/28/17
Within this lab, the question what factors affect the inten
Chapter 4 Worksheet
1. Define solute, solvent, solution.
Solute-the minor component in a solution, dissolved in the solvent.
Solvent-the liquid in which a solute is dissolved to form a solution.
Solution-a homogeneous mixture composed
A metal scrap yard wants to recycle metals. The metals in the scrap yard are unknown to
them. An experiment was conducted to investigate their identities. The goal of the experiment
was to know the identity of the metals before sending it in
The Nature of Science
Ask relevant questions from observations.
Formulate hypotheses from the questions being asked.
Design an experiment and implement controls in an experiment.
Form predictions from a hypothesis
EXAM 4 version A or B
version A or B
version A or B
1. (10 pts) Use the coding strand DNA sequence,
5' .CTCGTATGAGCA. 3', to answer parts A, B,
and C. The indicate that the strand continues. All
sequence answers must be written with the 5' end on the
Biology 101, MWF 10am
Ebola, also known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is a virus which is known for originating
in Africa. The name Ebola itself came from the Ebola river in Africa. There are many ideas to
how this virus has cont
Jan. 30, 2017
Nucleolus (the site in nucleus that contains
Lipid degradation (detoxification)
Ca 2+ (calcium ions) storage
Feb. 1, 2017
Euk. much larger than prokary
Please, read the questions carefully.
If you do not understand the question, please ask.
Be sure that you will answer all the questions.
Everyone should have 7 pages of questions/problems. Please check!
Please write your name in
Fast Plant Paper Assignment 4
Throughout the semester, you will work to write a paper on the Fast Plant Module. Although the work
you carried out with the Fast Plants was performed as a group, you will be responsible for writing your