Assignment SQL (Part 1) (20 pts)
Background on SQL Server: Microsoft SQL Server is a popular enterprise-class DBMS that has been around for many
years. SQL Server really handles SQL well, better than simpler tools such as Microsoft Access. Even within the
Bio 342 HW5
a) Isovolumic ventricular contraction
b) ventricular systole
c) early ventricular diastole
d) late ventricular diastole
e) Arial systole
f) Stroke Volume
Introduction to statistics and graphing
a. Comparison of average jump height between males and females.
I applied t-test because I compared with 2 independent unpaired groups for differences.
Before applying t-test, I as
Membrane Transport & Osmotic Properties: Sturdies on the Ovine Erythrocyte
Part I: Tonicity
Solution A was hypertonic because the water inside of cell moved out, so the cell was crenated.
Solution B was isotonic because
Ventilation and Spirometry
mean FVC/height ratio
Figure 1: comparison of average FVC/height ratio between men and women by using
two-tail unpaired t-test. The average FVC/height of men was
Chapter 14 Cardiovascular Physiology
1) In the 16th century, William Harvey discovered evidence that
A) the cardiovascular system transports blood and air.
B) the cardiovascular system is an open system.
C) arteries and veins are linked by capillaries.
Chapter 8 Neurons: Cellular and Network Properties
1) The portions of a neuron that extend off of the roughly spherical cell body are usually collectively
2) Detailed understanding of the
Chapter 3 Compartmentation: Cells and Tissues
1) When cancer develops in one tissue and spreads to another via the blood or the lymph, the cancer is said to
have undergone what process?
2) The sp
Chapter 5 Membrane Dynamics
1) Which body fluid compartment contains high levels of K +, large anions, and proteins?
A) plasma only
B) interstitial fluid only
C) intracellular fluid only
D) both plasma and intracellular fluid
E) both plasma and interstiti
Blood Flow and the Control of Blood Pressure
1) Fainting is also known as
B) vasovagal syncope.
D) reactive hyperemia.
E) orthostatic hypotension.
2) Perfusion is
A) blood flow through an organ.
B) the driving force
Chapter 12 Muscles
1) A flexor is a skeletal muscle whose shortening moves attached bones
A) away from one another.
B) towards one another.
2) Skeletal muscle cells are usually attached to bone by
BIOL342- Homework #4
1. Use the data shown in the table below (Table 8-2) and Nernst/Goldman equation
simulator (http:/www.nernstgoldman.physiology.arizona.edu/launch/) with the option
of [email protected] option to measure the equilibrium potentials of K + (EK)
Cross Bridge cycle
Step 1 Cross Bridge formation
The activated myosin head binds to actin forming a cross bridge. Inorganic phosphate is released. And
the bond between myosin and actin becomes stronger.
Step 2 The power stroke
ADP is release
homeostatic control is that the control center determines the set point at which a variable is to be
maintained, analyzes the information it receives, and determines the appropriate response.
Oxytocin is released and stimula
Chapter 5 questions: Make sure to write the question on the board for others to understand what you
are answering. When answering these questions, make sure that you are answering them in your own
words. Do not re-write what was in the lecture slides, the
Chapter 2 Questions:
Which elements are the most essential to biology?
What is the difference between essential and trace elements (create a chart)?
What makes up the mass of an element, how is it measured?
Chapter 7 and 8 questions
What are the differences between glycolipids and glycoproteins and why are they important
What is the difference between a transport protein and a gap junction
What drives water to diffuse acros
Chapters 3 & 4 questions:
1. What are the 4 emergent properties of water, explain each (chart?) and draw pictures to help
2. How does surface tension contribute to the cohesive property of water
3. Is water a good conductor of heat? Wh
Chp. 6 part 2 questions
1. What are the similarities and differences between a peroxisome and a lysosome?
2. Describe the structure and functions of cytoskeletons. Why are they essential for cellular
3. Whats the difference between microtubul
Chp. 9 Questions
1. How does photosynthesis lead to the formation of energy?
2. What are the differences between fermentation, aerobic, and anaerobic respiration?
3. What are the different stages of cellular respiration and where does each process occur i
Chapter 6 Questions
1. Why are the pellets in cell fractionation composed of different organelles as you spin the
2. Draw and describe the biological and chemical properties in a plasma membrane
3. Whats the difference between a pro
1. Where does the electron transport chain occur and what is the ultimate goal of this process?
a. Cristae, make water, thus generating H2O
2. What is the function of ATP synthase? Draw to illustrate its function and how it works
a. Flow of H+ to drive AT
Blood Vessels and Flow through the circulatory system
Heart pumps blood by increasing local pressure
As blood travels through circulatory system, it encounters
Arteries - Carry blood away from heart
Arterioles - Are smallest bra
Biostatistics 260 Lecture Assignment 3
1. 4 Journals:
a. International Journal of Cardiology
c. Journal of Cataract Refractory Surgery
2. Article 1
a. Dominik G. Haider, et. al
Available online 2016
High sensitive cardi
US Hispanic Street Gangs
Vctor Flores, MC, LAC
TA and Training Planning and
National Hispanic and Latino ATTC
U.S. Hispanic/Latino Street Gangs
Brief overview of a SAMHSA
Developed by the National
Paper 2B Questions, IB Biology HL Exam, 1996 2013. Must answer 2 of the 4 choices.
Note: Each of these questions is worth 18 points for content. A student can earn up to 2 additional marks for quality of construction if s/he Consistently expresses relevan
IB Questionbank Biology
40 s/seconds (units required)
initially the heart rate decreases rapidly;
heart rate increases over the next seconds
Bio Muscle and Homeostasis Quiz Prep
What are muscle fibers made up of?
What do myofibrils consist of?
They consist of repeating units called sarcomeres. Each sarcomere is able to contract
and exert force.
What connects the s
The Immune System - PPQs
How do skin and mucous membranes act as barriers to infection?
Skin is tough and forms an effective
Mucous membranes are thick and
elastic so pathogens are repelled.
Phagocytes on t