BIOL 1010 Section B General
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1. Light and Life
Why it matters:
Impressionists used unmixed colors on a canvas next to each other so that the colors
would mingle and create the impression of another color
They would try to capture the momentary effects of sunlight and the changing c
CHEMICAL BONDING II: ADDITIONAL ASPECTS
11-1 What a Bonding Theory
11-2 Introduction to the 11-3 11-4 11-5 11-6 11-7 11-8
Valence-Bond Method Hybridization of Atomic Orbitals Multiple Covale
2.1 Sets 2.2 Set Operations 2.3 Functions 2.4 Sequences and Summations
Basic Structures: Sets, Functions, Sequences, and Sums
uch of discrete mathematics is devoted to the study of discrete structures, used to represent discrete objects. Many
Theory of Endosymbiosis. Lecture notes
Ppt # 12: Vesicles from Phospholipids
When you mix Phospholipids in an aqueous solution, the PLs will aggregate to form a
sphere surrounded by a PL bilayer = a membrane!
Any molecules in the aqueous solution will al
MT and the cytoskeleton:
Poly/Depoly - Anticancer drug Taxol interferes with this process causing cell death.
When the overnight loans rate rises relative to the long-term bond rate the real GDP
growth rate usually slows about one year later
If the interest rate on treasury bills is lower than the overnight loans rate, the quantity of
overnight loans s
CHAPTER 1: What is Economics?
Define Scarcity, Choices, Opportunity Cost and
Main branches; Micro and Macroeconomics
Big Economic Questions:
What, How and for whom to produce
Define factors of produc
Introduction to DNA Structure
The Nucleus and Nucleic Acids
Johann Miescher (1869) isolated large acidic molecules
from the nuclei of sperm cells
deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
The nucleus separates DNA from cytoplasm
protects from damaging enzymes
Cell division, DNA replication and
Ch 9, 13 (13.3, 13.4)
Students will be able to
Describe how mitosis and prokaryotic cell division support the cell theory.
Describe the process of DNA replication, including the
A Look at DNA and
Bases - Pyrimidines
Note the difference between Cytosine and the other two
pyrimidines (indicated by the arrows!). U and T are missing
a double bond and consequently the Nitrogen has a H
attached. Why is this important?
Energy and enzymes
Reactions depend on # of collisions and orientation of
AB A + B + E
E = energy
-initial and equilibrium rxn velocity are different (speed of reaction
how much product is made by a number of molecules in a
Gene Structure and
Control of Gene Expression
Chapter 15.1 (Intro only), 15.2,
Which of the following best
represents the largest to smallest
1. Genome, Chromosome,
2. Chromosome, Genome,
3. Chromosome, Gene,
1013 mock exam
Q1. Evaluate the following limits without using LHopitals Rule:
If the limit does not exist explain why
a) Lim as h approaches zero of:
b) Lim as x approaches -2 of:
c) Lim as v approaches zero of:
1/( (h-2)/(h2-2h) )
Chapter 5,8 = Membranes
(~107 times per second)
(a) Movement of phospholipids
(~ once per month)
Proof of Fluidity
Also see Fig. 1.9
ATP Magic molecule?
Pigments capture light
Do you notice anything common
between the pigment molecules?
A photosynthesizing organism could
Characteristics of Life
Different books have slightly differing definitions
Is a Virus Alive?
Fig. 2-3, p. 25
The Cell Theory
All organisms are composed of one or more
The cell is the smallest unit that has the
Differences in appearance and/or function
Was the focus of Darwins research describing
the concept of genes and genotype had not yet
After initiation is accomplished and has left the holoenzyme
(perhaps), core polymerase continues to elongate the RNA.
The subunits of RNA polymerase can be separated and then
combined to reconstitute the active enzyme.
Can combine subunits fro
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Access continually updates file on disk (most applications keep a working
copy in RAM)
Genetics Part 2
BIOL1000 2012 Fall Section B
Reproduction in Eukaryotes
Sexual reproduction produces unique
offspring by union of male and female
gametes (sperm and egg).
Produces gametes with half the total
chromosome number (e.g.
The Adder worksheet implements a 4-bit full adder using logic functions.
The user enters binary values for A and B and the adder performs the addition.
This is accomplished by defining the output for each logic gate in the diagram.
Construct a cladogram.
ATT C C GAG T C C
ATT C T GAG TT C
ATT C T GAG T C C
ATT C T GAC TT C
ATAC T GACTT C
Nucleotides shared with outgroup and all taxa
= shared ancestral traits
ATT C C GAG T C C
ATT C T G
Chapter 10: Operating Systems (contd)
Memory Management Ch. 10.2
Logical vs. physical address
- logical address: compile programs into personal address
space, each of which has a base address of zero
- physical address: actual address in the physical mem
20092010 SC/BIOL 1010 6.0 December Exam Dec. 21, 2009
Section B [Taught by Dr. Tanya Noel]
This test consists of 57 multiple choice questions (including section and version indicators). There are 15
Predation Preferences and Effects
of Genetic Drift on Coleoptera spp.
Microevolution is a biological process where a change in allele frequencies of a
population occurs (Masatoshi and Fumio 1981). Allele frequency is how frequentl
Human body is a complex machine sustaining life processes since it contains complex
body systems. Among all the systems, cardiovascular system holds its great importance in the
bodily functions. In order to evaluate ones cardiovascular fitne
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Macroevolution: - Evolutionary changes that result in new spp and taxonomic groups Speciation connects micro and macro
Speciation: one spp splits into two or more / splitting away from common ancestor - one spp continues to
Maintenance of genetic variation - 17.4
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Preadaptation: - a trait becomes exploited for another role; - new role increases org's fitness
How variation is maintained in a pop'n (in the face of nat seln):
Many forms of nat seln reduce var
Cerebrovascular Disease and
1. Risk Factors
3. Stroke and PA
Cerebrovascular Disease and Stroke
A stroke is the loss or impairment of bodily
function resulting from injury or death of brain
cells after insufficient blood supply.
PASS BIOL 1000
Thursday October 20
#9: Cell Membrane Proteins
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Things that worked
Things that did not
Think about it
Which of the followin
Winter 2013 BIOL1000 Section M Test 2 Version A
Biol1000 Section M
Test 2: Friday March 15, 2012
Instructor: Dr. Nicole Nivillac
Your STUDENT NUMBER and NAME must be clearly indicated on this package and scantron
sheet to receive a grade.
Introduction to Evolution, Selection & Species
Biosphere Sum of ecosystems
Ecosystems Communities of organisms, plants & animals (Water, Air & Earth)
Communities Grouping of 2 or more populations, different species in same area (Seal & Penguin)