Shall I Compare Thee to a Summers Day Analysis
William Shakespeare, usually best known for his plays, also has an
abundance of sonnets he wrote. In Shall I Compare Thee to a Summers Day, he
refers to thee
Thru It All Analysis by Wintertime
Although I have never heard any of his music before, Wintertime
seems to have a different approach at rapping. Wintertime explains a story
with a theme thats all too common. The emersion of truth and fake
1. La cantidad de comida para preparar una tapa es una pequea porcin.
2. Los bares son las tabernas donde se puede disfrutar de las tapas con amigos y familia.
3. Las tapas se acompaan con una bebida por ejemplo una copa de vino de jerez.
4. La bebida que
Questions: (typed) (4pts)
D How long (in years) will it take for a sample of C-14 to decay to 25%
of it's initial value.
2. What is meant by saying a nucleus "decays"? What is actually
\3. Tf a sample of Au-198 has amass of35g after it went thr
Macromolecule Indicator Test Explanations
A lab was performed in order to successfully determine the
presence of three macromolecules by three different indicators.
Indicators are chemicals that help identify the composition of an
unknown material. Indivi
Dr. M Hussain
1. Perhaps the greatest accomplishment of my son was not the physical assessments and
grades he achieved on his exams, but rather. Obviously, everyone can study, do well,
receive awards and excel in school. But it truly takes dedication and
Fourth Quarter Project: Investing in Nike
Founded by Bill Bowerman in 1964, Nike, Inc is an American multinational corporation that is
engaged in the design, development, manufacturing and worldwide marketing and s
Review Questions Part I
Match the following terms to their description:
Altering DNA with Gene Drive
Scientific methods might eliminate invasive species or change mosquitoes capacity to
transfer disease. This brings up issues concerning the morals of permanently reforming the
Osmosis Practice Problems
For questions 1-3: A cell which is 98% water is placed into the following environments. Answer each
question and indicate whether each solution is hypotonic, hypertonic, or isotonic.
1. A solution of 100% water: hypotonic
Sean Iezza, William Koe, Ellen Malham, Lauren Neth, and Ali Tavakol
AP Biology/Block C
25 October 2016
1. Title: The Effect of Dryness on the Rate of Cellular Respiration in Grapes and Raisins
Cellular Respiration i
AP Bio/Block E
17 January 2017
What is the importance of lab 2 in the Biotech lab sequence?
The importance of lab 2 is that it is the first step in making the recombinant DNA molecule using
pARA and pKAN-R. This will allow u
Lab 4 post lab qs:
1. What is the purpose of lab 4?
The purpose of lab 4 is to test and verify whether or not we were successful with creating the
2. Describe how gel electrophoresis works.
The Gel is covered with buffer. Then, each DNA la
AP Bio/Block E
19 January 2017
Biotechnology Lab 3 Questions
What is the purpose of lab 3?
The purpose of lab 3 is to use the fragments that were extracted from the plasmids in lab 2 in
order to create the pARA-R plasmid.
AP Biology/Block E
10 January 2017
Biotechnology Lab 1 Questions
1. Why are micropipettes useful?
Micropipettes are useful because it allows a biologist to transfer very small and exact volumes of
liquids in labs. One area of applica
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Cell Communication Webquest
We have now learned how cells can transport chemicals and molecules into and out of their boundaries (cell
membrane/wall), as well as changing the molecular construction of the molecules to create new macromolecul
Biologists are very interested in enzymes organic catalysts that control many of
the reactions that occur in living organisms. Enzymes are used in all metabolic reactions
to control the rate of reactions and decrease the
How to Build a Cladogram.
Cladograms are diagrams that we use to show phylogenies. A phylogeny is a hypothesized evolutionary
history between species that takes into account things such as physical traits, biochemical traits, and fo
AP Water Potential Sample Questions
1. If a cells P = 3 bars and its S = -4.5 bars, what is the resulting ?
2. The cell from question #1 is placed in a beaker of sugar water with S = -4.0 bars. In
which direction will the net flow of water be?
Ensure all your answers are in RED or you will be deducted points.
Click on this link for the virtual lab:
If the link doesnt work, do the following:
Go to clas
Cancer: A group of disease that involve abnormal growth
Timing and transition to the different stages of the cell are very important and very tightly
Checkpoints = cancer cells in most cases lose control of these checkpoints
Synopsis of CRIPSR technology and its potential value to society in a form understandable to an educated
CRIPST are segments of prokaryotic DNA containing short repetitions of base sequences. CRISPR system
is a prokaryotic immune syste
Todays goals are to understand:
- Goals of genomic science
- Human genome composition
- What makes one persons genome distinct from anothers
- How genomic knowledge is applied to understand biology
- What makes the hum
Cytogenetics Lecture Notes
28 March 2016
Frederick R. Bieber
Associate Professor of Pathology
Brigham and Womens Hospital
Harvard Medical School
Spring Term 2016
Goals for today
What is cancer
Causes of cancer
How gene mutations contribute to cancer
Specific genes and pathways frequently altered
Germline versus somatic mutations
Treatment and drug
Mutation and DNA Repair
What is a mutation?
Goals for today s lecture
Types of mutations
Ways mutations happen
How mutations are repaired
Functional effects on genes
Mutation versus Polymorphism
Mutant allele: rare
Must Have on Chi-Chi
1. DNA strand/ nucleotide drawing
3 billion BP DNA in Human; 46 chromosomes (23pairs); 1 cell contains 6-8 pico grams DNA
# of genotypes = (K+K^2)/2; K= # of allele types
Human Base Mutation Rate is 1 in 30 million per
Cytogenetics Lecture Notes: 3/28/2016
April 11th: In class closed book exam, 1 piece of paper with notes (anything you like)
o Picture of dinucleotide (double stranded) & ask for label or ask to draw it.
o Platypus paper
o Another question
Lecture 4/4/16: At the Crossroads of Science and Law: Genetics and Medical Forensics
Overview of Major Points
Overview of Forensic Genetics
o Clinical and Laboratory diagnosis
o Human Identity
Switching Cancer Genomics and Forensics Lecture
Human Genome Project Goals:
Ethical, Legal, and social issues