Dr. Erin Dietel-McLaughlin
4 November 2012
They see me rollin, they hatin: Hip-hop and Rap in Todays Society
Hip-hop and rap. Upon hearing those words, two reactions typically follow. A fan of hiphop might say, Hip-hop is the best
Final Exam Review Sheet Biology 113, 2014
Where and when: The exam will be in Block Hall, 9-11 am, Friday, Dec. 12.
Format: 70 multiple choice questions and 6 5-mark essay questions (sentence form)
Coverage: the whole semester, with emphasis (about 70%) o
Rap music emerged as a form of hip-hop out of New York City in the 1970s, a
time when federal governmental policies began to reshape the economic structure of most
American cities. Reduced federal funding of inner city programs like education
Humans and mice differ because
A) their cells have different small organic molecules.
B) their cells make different types of large biological molecules.
C) their cells make different types of lipids.
D) their cells have some differences in the s
1) If a horticulturist breeding gardenias succeeds in having a single plant with a particularly desirable set of traits,
which of the following would be her most probable and efficient route to establishing a line of such plants?
When biologists wish to study the internal ultrastructure of cells, they can achieve the finest resolution by using
A) a phase-contrast light microscope.
B) a scanning electron microscope.
C) a transmission electronic microscope.
D) a confoca
What is the term for metabolic pathways that release stored energy by breaking down complex molecules?
A) anabolic pathways
B) catabolic pathways
C) fermentation pathways
D) thermodynamic pathways
E) bioenergetic pathways
In his transformation experiments, what did Griffith observe?
A) Mutant mice were resistant to bacterial infections.
B) Mixing a heat-killed pathogenic strain of bacteria with a living nonpathogenic strain can
convert some of the living cells i
Seeing the Invisible
Know how microbes are studied
Know the different types of microscopes
Know how to distinguish between different
types of microbes?
Gram -/+, acid fast or non-acid fast bacteria,
Learn some terminologies
Know the factors that affect the
effectiveness of anti-microbials
Know some physical and chemical
methods of controlling microbes
Microbial Control Methods
Chapter 4: Business Ethics And Social
Doing Well by Doing Good
Ethics And Social Responsibility
right and wrong.
The obligation of a business
to contribute to society.
GREATER THAN IT ALL
Key = D
q = 73
I fix my eyes upon the cross,
A/C # Bm7
I'm reaching out with all I've got.
I'm letting go to start again.
D Dsus4 D
I need Your love thats why I'm her
You Wont Relent
Music by Misty Edwards, David Brymer and Cassandra Campbell
Words by Misty Edwards and David Brymer
CCLI Song # 5370823
2007 Forerunner Worship
You Are My World
Music and Words by Marty Sampson
CCLI Song # 3258174
2001 Hillsong Music Publishing
CCLI License # 1547872
You Are My World - 2
Words and Music by Joel Houston
CCLI Song # 5060779
2008 Hillsong Music Publishing
CCLI License # 1547872
With Everything - 2
PHILLIPS, CRAIG & DEAN
Breathe In (2012)
Hope For All the World (2010)
Top of My Lungs (2006)
Let the Worshippers Arise (2004)
Let Your Glory Fall (2003)
Let My Words Be Few (20
We will focus on four questions:
1. What are the principal differences between prokaryotic
and eukaryotic cells?
2. What are bacteria? Can we describe some essential
3. How do we name a microbe (classi
Describe some techniques
used to grow microorganisms
Explain the requirements for
the growth of microorganisms
Explain the different phases of
Techniques on Bacterial Growth
Several steps involved:
Microbial Diseases of the
and Lymphatic Systems
The Cardiovascular System and Lymphatics System
Pump blood t
Microbial Diseases of the Skin
Know the general structure of the skin
Normal microbiota of the skin
Some major microbial diseases
(Bacteria, Viral & fungal)
Differentiate staphylococci from
streptococci, and name skin infections
Know the similarities and differences
between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
Know the morphology of eukaryotic
Unicellular or multicellular
Know some eukaryotic microbes
Fungi (most a
Microbial Diseases of the
Learn how microorganism enter the
Describe the causes of meningitis,
tetanus, botulism, leprosy,
Learn some fungal and protozoan
diseases of the nervou
Host Defenses Against
of host defenses
Learn how the body
differentiates self from
Susceptibility: lack of resistance to a disea
Applications of Immunology
Know some terms
Immunization, vaccination, vaccine, etc
Explain why vaccination works
Compare and contrast different
Know some serological tests
Vaccination and Immuniza
How Microbes Cause Diseases:
Examples in Various Systems
Identify the principle port of entry
Explain how microbes adhere and
enter the host cell
Explain how microbes evade the
host immune system
How do microbes damage host
Chapter 10, 11
Explain why scientific names are used & how
List the major taxa
Explain the different methods used to identify
microorganisms (m/os) e.g.
Serological, DNA base a
Principles of Infectious
Outbreak, Warner Bros. Pictures (1995)
Define an infectious disease
Describe the microbiome and its role in
Understand the classification of infectious