FIB Interplay between
Geology and Life
Impact Evolution and Extinction of Life
Species Interactions & Disease
Future of Mankind
Lecture 13 Final Lecture
Where did we come
Might there be
1. What lines of evidence are used to
our evolutionary history?
2. What makes humans so different from other
3. Where might mode
- out of control
Frontiers in Biology
Some material from
Outline for today
Population Video (56
Frontiers in Biology
Rapid Fire 2
Stem Cells revisited
Science and Religion
For Each Topic
10-15 minute video
Answer 3 questions
Q & A session
Where are they all?
Types of bees
FIB Spring 2009
What is all the hype about?
I dont feel that hot!
the increase in the average temperature
of the Earth's near-surface air and
in recent decades
and its projected continuation.
cells are incredibly valuable to
oThey have the capacity to develop
into any type of cell in the body
oThey have the potential to be used
for almost anythi
Dr. K. S. Dulai
History of AIDS
What is AIDS?
What causes AIDS?
How does one catch AIDS?
What are the symptoms?
The Age of AIDS
Fear - Denial - Stigma
Intolerance - Rejection Discrimination
CANCER - Why?
FIB Spring 2009
What is cancer?
Who can get cancer?
How does one develop cancer?
How can cancer kill you?
Which treatments exist?
1) What is CANCER?
Cancer is a scary word
Indeed there was a certain unwritten stigma
The Mystery Box and U-ABC-IT: How does the Mystery Box represent the process of science?
Got to use the U-ABC-IT and you figure (attempt) the unknown through scientific method
What are the six habits of mind that guide our work in this class (U-ABC-IT)?
Introduction and Ch 1
The process of evolution results in a measurable pattern that we can detect and make predictions about
What are the 5 forces of evolution (lecture)? Discuss each force and process. Are these forces and processes
Mus musculus, otherwise known as the house mouse has become the standard for
laboratory use in biology and medicine. This is in part due to the amount of knowledge
available on its genetics, and genome. In mammals, the gene of speciation, fir
Introduction: The article begins by stating that islands are important in regards to biodiversity
conservation not only because they are the home of many native species, but also because they
could possibly serve as the last place to find species which ha
Project Article Summary
Empirical demonstration of environmental sensing in catalytic RNA: evolution of interpretive behavior at
the origins of life
The foundation for life on Earth may be described as an evolution from environments composed of
1. Explain the difference between a gene sequence experiencing purifying selection, and a
gene sequence experiencing diversifying selection.
a. What is the outcome of each type of selection on the rate of
b. Under what circumstances mi
1. Under the Statistic section named, Offspring sex ratio and the correlation with parental
genetic characteristics:you state, Some nests were found incomplete due to failure in
testing some unhatched egg. In the article, it says that the offspring sex ra
1. Question #1. I agree with Analyssa on her first comment in regards to defining the two terms. On
the first question, it would be beneficial to talk more about purifying selection and diversifying
selection. I would suggest reading chapter twelve for mo
1. In the Methods section under Database construction, you mention the three common
groups of predators based on size. In the article under the same sub-section it talks about
including feral domestic dogs into the dingo or large category because they wer
Problems and Discussion Topics
1. Suppose we are sure, because of numerous characters, that species 1, 2, and 3 are more closely
related to one another than to species 4 (an outgroup). We sequence a gene and find ten nucleotide
sites that differ among the
Anova: Single Factor
Source of Variation
33.75 8.780488 0.018058 5.317655
Extreme diversity of tropical parasitoid wasps exposed by iterative integration of natural history, DNA
barcoding, morphology, and collections
Smith et al, 2008
2,597 parasitoid wasps from six genera of microgastrine braconid wasps
ServSafe Course Book 5th edition
Is used when referencing page numbers which will be helpful to those of you who have the ServSafe Essentials ServSafe Essentials is very similar to the ServSafe Course Book Thus making this Review and excellent testing t
Practice Tests and Answer Keys
ServSafe Essentials Answer Key
Providing Safe Food
Whos at Risk?
1, 2, 3, 7, and 8 should be marked.
Whats the Problem?
1 Time-temperature abuse 2 Poor personal hygiene 3 Time-temperature abuse 4 Poor personal hygi
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