BIO201 EXAM 1
What is Anatomy? What is Physiology?
Robert Hooke & Anton Van Leewenhoek
Organization of Life
Feedback Control Loops
Positive vs. Negative + Example of each
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:1 Diagram the amoeba on your slide and label the parts observed.
b. Is the cell membrane Iigid or exible?
c. Is the amoeba alive? Why do you think so?
d. Would you use this same evidence to determine
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U. 8. National Research Council recommends that adults eat 9. 8 g of protein daily per kilogram of body
night. What IS the minimum number of grams of piotein that should he eaten by amen weighing 185 pounds?
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Build molecularEodels ofthe following inorganic compounds and have therlrapproved by your instructor.
Answer the questions concerning each inorganic compound. An empirical formula lists the chemical
symbol for each element in the compo
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1. THE COMPOUND. MICROSCO3E
:1. Write the term that matches Each meaning. .
I. Used as han'le te-ca'ny microscnpe
2, Lamas attached to the nos-apiece
3. Concentrates light on the objeci
4. Lens you look
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c. Perform the chemical tests on the substances provided. Compare your results with the standards and record your
results in the following chart. Indicate your test results as:
Strongly positive + + +
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Determine and record the average length and width of three adjacent cells.
Width 0 3 7 5 mm Length Mmm
5'. Examination of your slide will show that a few nuclei do not appear next to a cell wall.
Explain that bser
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6. THE STEREO MlCROSCOPE
a. When using the stereo microscope, indicate the directian the image moves when the coin is moved
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1). Measure and record the diameter of eld ill
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a: Name the two characteristics of living organisms that distinguish them from nonliving things.
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1). Indicate the structural and functional unit of life. A. 5ng 92
c. Based on you
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e. Consult Table 4.2 anmdieate the (a) symbol and (b) number of protons, electrons, and neutrons in atoms of
Element t Symbol Protons Electro
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. c. Indicate the weigh
E) Ammonia N pf 33
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Ammonia is a commonly produced waste during animal metabolism and during the Nitrogen cycle. Please
explain why these nitrogen containing compounds are so important to ecosystems and individual living organ
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2' 4. SCIENTlFIC INQUIRY
b. Why 15 acontrol group importantin an experiment?
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c. What would you conclude if 23 mice i the experimental group had hea
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9 Using the 4X objective, outline the general arrangement of Iissues composing a buttercup root x.s. and an
earthworm x.s. Using the 10X objective, draw a few cells of at least three tissues showing the basic shape and
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5 . APPUCATEONS
a. When viewing 311:; crussad hairs and thy; mp hair is in sharp focus, is the ether hair visible or in sharp faults at the
feliowing romi magnifications?
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b. Indicaie the, steps to be used in focusing on an omen; with the higpowcr objective. In \M
0. Describe ti 1e besi way to relocate an object that IS lest" while viewing with cfw_ha Eghpuwer objcdivg. 3 t
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a. Record the pH of these test solutions.
Aftershave lotion 4 . O Vmegar Z ' 8 Household ammonia LC),
AlkaSeltzer 9 .(f! Detergent solution 8 - 0 Lemon juice Z ' g
d. Indicate the number of drops of 1.0% HCl req
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14. Assembles precursors of ribosomes Within the nucleus I g MCI -. Q [US
15. Nuclear components containing the genetic code