Effect of Temperature on Respiratory Rate of Goldfishes
Rohanisah B. Guro
Group 4 Section B56
February 25, 2017
The effect of temperature on the respiratory rate of
goldfishes was determined using three different
set-ups. Three beakers were fille
Bacteria, Viruses, Protists, and Fungi Chap 18-20
True/False (1 point each)
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
1. Archaebacteria will appear like gram-negative eubacteria when a gram stain is applied.
2. The strain of E. coli in your int
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L2 Biology: Bacteria quiz
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Item A in the above diagram refers to a(an)
a. Cocci b. Spirillum c. Bacilli d.
Name: _ Class: _ Date: _ID: A
Bacteria and Viruses
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Bacteria can be classified according to their
a. type of cell walls.
b. methods of obtaining energy.
Test I - Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi
For questions 1-12, write the letter of the word from the word bank that best fits each description. Only one answer is
correct for each question. You may use the words in the word bank more than on
Final Exam Essay M8A2
10 October 2016
1. Explain the classification system used in biology to organize living creatures. Pick two organisms
from each Kingdom and explain why they are placed in that kingdom.
Essay 5 M6A1
26 September 2016
Begin with the information in DNA, a specific gene. Describe how this genetic information
results in the formation of a protein.
The Central Dogma. The central dogma explains how the flow
September 6, 2016
M3A2 Essay Quiz
1. How does the term fluid mosaic describe the structure of the plasma membrane?
The term fluid mosaic describes the structure of a plasma membrane. The fluid mosaic components
16 September 2016
Essay exam 4
1. Explain why the following statement is incorrect. Plants perform photosynthesis, but only
animals perform cellular respiration.
How Plants Use Both Cellular Respiration and Photosynth
03 October, 2016
Dr. Leonard Simons
1.Compare the embryos of chickens, humans and fish, and describe in detail how pharyngeal arches
show a shared evolutionary past?
In a chicken, human and fish, we al
Dr. Leonard Simons
21 September 2016
Is it possible for a female carrier to have a daughter who has hemophilia? Explain your answer
using terms such as sex-linked inheritance, sex-linked genes, dominant, recessive, and
Select a disorder from below. Explain the risk factors, pathology, manifestations, and possible
complications for the disorder.
Gouty Arthritis Acute gouty arthritis includes recurring attacks of severe articular and
periarticular inflammation; tophi or t
Hypoxia refers to an inadequate supply of oxygen to tissue that is below physiologic levels
despite adequate perfusion of the tissue by blood
Hypoxemia refers to a reduction in PO2 of the arterial blood and can result from an inadequate
amount of O2 in th
Create a diagram that illustrates Glomerulonephritis. Briefly explain the pathophysiology of the
The causative agents that produce glomerular injury include immunologic, nonimmunologic,
and hereditary mechanisms. Although many glomer
Type I Diabetes Mellitus
Type II Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes mellitus is a disorder of carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism brought about by
impaired beta cell synthesis or release of insulin, or the inability of tissues to use insulin
Homeostasis the ability of the cell to maintain a stable internal environment despite internal
and external factors that may affect the cell. It is achieved through a system of carefully
coordinated physiologic processes that oppose change, and involves r
Left Sided Heart Failure
Congestive Heart Failure
Right Sided Heart Failure
Simply put, it is the failure of
the heart to properly pump
out blood to the body
Fluid collects around the
Essentially, right sided heart
failure results in back-ups in
Develop a table that includes all secretions of the Gastrointestinal Tract. Include the source and
function of each.
Liver but stored in the
Define the following:
Spermatogenesis occurs in the seminiferous tubules of the testes, and is the sequence of events
that leads to the formation of male germ cells or spermatozoa. The process begins shortly
before puberty and continues throughout a mans
Hemostasis refers to our bodys natural ability to stop blood flow to prevent blood loss by
hemorrhaging. It is an important process that maintains blood fluidity and prevents blood from
leaving the vascular compartment.
Hemostasis can be broken down into
Develop a chart that includes the structure and function of the following: Skin, Melanocytes,
Dermis, Nails, Hair
Consists of two main layers: a superficial
and thinner epithelial tissue layer, called
Describe tissues and cells that contribute to immunity. Include a picture of the tissues/cells.
Cells of the immune system consist of phagocytic leukocytes, lymphocytes, and antigenpresenting cells. Included in the cells that help to contribute to immunit
A 24-year-old male client was in a house fire and received third-degree burns over
60% of his body. He is both edematous and dehydrated.
a. What aspects of fluid exchange need to be critically examined?
The transfer of water between the vascular and inter
A 2-week-old baby girl has Infant Respiratory Distress Syndrome. An 80-year-old man has
Emphysema. A 50-year-old female has Pulmonary Fibrosis.
a. The mechanics of breathing is greatly compromised in all these cases; explain why.
A 45-year-old woman tested positive for BRCA1. She has a family history of breast cancer and
lost her mother at the age of 50 from breast cancer. She has been receiving yearly
mammograms, but now with this discovery of the BRCA1, she is even more concerne
You have been asked to prepare a lecture on the similarities and the difference between
Hemophilia and von Willebrand disease.
a. What are the similarities?
Hemophilia A (VIII) and von Willebrand are both coagulation disorders that result
You have been asked to prepare a presentation on kidney function.
a. Explain the two major systems that are credited with maintaining the constancy of renal
blood flow and the glomerular filtration rate.
The kidneys are perfused with 20 to 25%
A 2-year-old boy starts to eat a peanut butter cookie and vomits immediately. He starts to cry
and pulls on his tongue. He has facial edema.
a. What is happening to the child's Immune System?
The child is having a Type I hypersensitivity (alle
Exercise causes the heart to pump blood into circulation more efficiently as a result of
more forceful and efficient myocardial contractions, increased perfusion of tissues and organs
with blood, and increased oxygen delivery.
The efficiency and work of t