Chapter 15 Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity
15.1 Multiple-Choice Questions
1) The most frequently used portal of entry for
pathogens is the
A) mucous membranes of the respiratory tract.
B) mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract.
Biology MO2A Study Guide for Exam #4 (Chapters 1620)
THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF INHERITANCE, CHAPTER 16
1. How did Watson and Crick deduce the structure of DNA? Describe the
evidence they used.
2. What is the structure of DNA? Explain the "base-pairing rule"
Molecular Basis of
The Search for Genetic
Material led to DNA
Morgans group showed genes are
located on chromosomes
proteins and DNA - possible genetic material
prior to 1940s, proteins were thought to be
Biology MO2A Study Guide for Exam #3 (Chapters 12-15)
THE CELL CYCLE, CHAPTER 12
1. How does cell division function in reproduction, growth, and repair?
Mitosis causes growth and repair by providing more identical cells to replace old,
damaged or missing
Chapter 17 Adaptive Immunity: Specific Defenses of the Host
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structure, which regions of
adjacent antibodies can bind
complement if left exposed
after both antigen-binding
sites attach to an anti
The pulmonic valve is one of two valves that allow blood to leave the heart via the arteries. It is
a one-way valve, meaning that blood cannot flow back into the heart through it. The valve is
opened by the increased blood pressure of the ventricular syst
Heart Anatomy. Photo Credit: Image Courtesy of MedValet
The heart is the organ that helps supply blood and oxygen to all parts of the body. It
is divided by a partition or septum into two halves, and the halves are in turn
divided into four
Facts About Giardia and Swimming Pools
What is Giardia and how can it affect me?
Giardia (gee-ARE-dee-uh) is a germ that causes diarrhea. This germ is
found in the fecal matter of a person who has been infected by Giardia.
It has a tough outer shell that
Close Reading and Analysis
This worksheet treats Moorpark College campus as a text for students to read and form arguments about. It is
intended to provide a clear example of how one effectively uses observations to support analysis.
Part One: Observation
The ATP would end up outside the thylakoid. The thylakoids were able to make
ATP in the dark because the researchers set up an artificial proton concentration
gradient across the thylakoid membrane; thus, the light reactions were not neces-
Guide for Lab Practical: Please bring a
pencil, an eraser, one red and one blue
pencils. Failing to follow instructions
will results in grade reduction.
The following are the topics on the lab practical: Many questions about the experiments are similar to
Determination of your PTC genotype using Polymerase Chain Reaction and
Agarose Gel Electrophoresis
In the previous session you prepared genomic DNA from your cheek cells
Then you used an ex vivo DNA amplification technology called polymerase chain reactio
Restriction enzymes are DNA-cutting enzymes found in bacteria (and harvested from them for
use). Because they cut within the DNAmolecule, they are often called restriction
In order to be able to sequence DNA, it is first
Bacterial Transformation Lab
Biotechnology refers to technology used to manipulate DNA. The procedures are often
referred to as genetic engineering.
DNA is the genetic material of all living organisms and all organisms use the same
1) In yeast signal transduction, how yeast a, communicates with yeast .
2) Types of communication via signaling, direct contact, local (paracrine and synaptic), long distance. Know what
exactly happening in each type of communication.
Moorpark College STEP Workshops
Using a Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism
to Predict Bitter-Tasting Ability
(adapted from a Dolan DNA Learning Center Protocol)
The ability to taste what you are eating is dependent on a series of specialized
From Gene to Protein
During this course, I have mentioned several times that genes code for proteins.
Genes and How They Work
The Central Dogma traces the flow of gene-encoded information.
Cells Use RNA to Make Protein
Ribosomes are composed o
Lecture Exam 6 Guide
C16 and C17
1) In his transformation experiments, what did Griffith observe?
2) How do we describe transformation in bacteria?
3) After mixing a heat-killed, phosphorescent (light-emitting) strain of bacteria with a living, nonphospho
Chapter 22_Darwin and Origin of Species (Descent with Modification)
The Evidence for Evolution
Evidence indicates that natural selection can produce evolutionary change.
The Beaks of Darwin's Finches
Darwin collected 31 finch specimens from three Galpago
Chapter 23 Guide
Variation in individual genotype leads to variation in individual phenotype
Not all phenotypic variation is heritable
Natural selection can only act on variation with a genetic component
Both discrete and quantitative ch
APA Formatting and Style Guide
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Brought to you in cooperation with the Purdue Online Writing Lab
What is APA Style?
The American Psychological Association (APA) citation
style is the most commonly used format for
manuscripts in the social s
AP BIOLOGY: UNIT 8 CROSSWORD CROSSWORD Chloroplasts are thought to have come from originally _ Cyanobacteria A protist in which many are heterotrophic, unicellular, and photosynthetic Euglena Kingdom that gets energy by absorbing nutrients Fungi Gets ener
AP BIOLOGY UNIT 8 STUDY GUIDE CROSSWORD 1. morphological similarities of two species is likely due to _ a. convergent evolution 2. shared derived characters a. homologous 3. kingdom that was derived due to organisms not fitting into the other kingdoms a.
UNIT 5 ONLINE QUIZZES 1. What does transformation involve in bacteria?. a) the creation of a strand of DNA from an RNA molecule b)the creation of a strand of RNA from a DNA molecule c) the infection of cells by a phage DNA molecule d)the type of semiconse
AP Biology Midterm Study Guide CROSSWORD coenzyme that transfers electrons from the krebs to the mitochondrial electron-transport chain at a lower level than that of electrons entering at the beginning of the chain FADH organization of cells into tissues
cfw_AP BIO CH. 43.44.43 TSG Online Quizzes The lymphatic system involves which of the following organs? Spleen, lymph nodes, adenoids, tonsils appendix AND special portions of the small intestine In the inflammatory response, the absence of which of the f