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The Origin of Species
MACROEVOLUTION AND THE DIVERSITY OF
Macroevolution results in major biological changes,
including: origins of new species, evolutionary
trends, adaptive radiation, and mass extinctions.
This includes the mech
Cellular Respiration (aerobic)
(b) In schematic terms
The Cellular Basis of
Reproduction and Inheritance
WHAT CELL REPRODUCTION
is the biological creation of the next generation.
occurs primarily at the cellular level.
Cell division is critical for
the production of a
The Molecules of Life
A cell may be considered to be a sophisticated
container of mostly water and other molecules.
Around the outside of all cells is a structure called the
cell membrane (also known as the plasma membrane).
Molecular Biology of
THE STRUCTURE AND REPLICATION OF DNA
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is a molecule that
stores the information needed to steer an organism
Biochemists have listed DNA as a cellular component
since the t
Harvesting Chemical Energy
BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY:
FEELING THE BURN
During exercise, muscles are activated by energy.
This energy is derived in your cells from glucose,
mainly in the presence of oxygen.
Your body uses
How Populations Evolve
CHARLES DARWIN AND HIS CONTRIBUTION
Charles Darwins influential book entitled On the
Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection was
published on November 24, 1859.
The basic idea of natural selection was not unique
Meiosis and Human Genetics
Tidepool fieldtrip info
Human sperm attempting to fertilize a human egg
at two levels
DNA replication . . .
. . . has this effect at the
Patterns of Inheritance
HERITABLE VARIATION AND PATTERNS OF
When looking at organisms in nature, the traits most
commonly seen form the wild type for a species.
Organisms are composed of a combination of many
Biology 100 Assignment: The Food Pyramid and MORE
Go to the website: http:/www.choosemyplate.gov/food-groups/
1. List the five food groups and give an example of a food from each group.
2. On the Vegetables page, under the section, How many vegeta
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PREVIEW: Biology 100 Quiz 5
1. Perpetually young tissues where cells retain the ability to divide are
all of these
2. Plant tissue noted for photosynt
LESSON: LESSON 1: INTRODUCTION
Features of Life
Lesson 1 - The Unity And Diversity Of Life
1. List the features that distinguish living organisms from nonliving matter.
2. Explain what is meant by the term diversity, and i
LESSON: LESSON 4: SURVEY
Preview: Survey of Life Forms
Do you know how many kinds of living organisms biologists already know of? Neither do I. But I know there's a lot - over a million I'd say. And since we're trying to
be organized in our
This Lab Investigates the Process
of Enzymes Breaking
Figure 6.8 Metabolic
Pathway: Sequence of
Inhibitor molecule that
binds to the enzyme.
Converting solar energy
into chemical energy
Figure 8.2 The
Chapter 13How populations evolve
We started this chapter with a story about Darwin and his travels on the Beagle.
Where did he go and what did he find there?
In December 1831, Darwin (age 22) left Great Britain as the onboard naturalist of the
What is a fossil gene? a gene that is no longer necessary, and accumulates mutations
o There is a change in the environment, such that the protein product of that gene
is no longer necessary.
o Eg: bloodless fish, the hemoglobin gene degrades and isnt fu
How to Get into
1. The most important piece of advice I can give you.
4. Researching Schools
6. Personal Statement
7. The interview!
8. Deciding which school
1. The mo
Think of 3 examples of prompt
o whichever one has more, write a thesis on that side.
o 1ST Sentence: Rhetorical Question, Definition, or Short Story
o 2nd Sentence: Show both sides of debate
Although_, Despite_, While_,
o 3 Sentence: The
A = Atomic mass: 16, Atomic number: 8, Net Charge: -2
B = Atomic mass: 18, Atomic number: 8, Net Charge: 0
o Atomic mass = # of nucleons (total # of protons and neutrons)
o Atomic number = # of protons, in uncharged atom its also equal t
The experiments with Rutherford, the cathode ray and anode ray in chapter 2 slides will
NOT be on the examjust wants to show these experiments since theyre important.
Diameter of a nucleus is small; 1 fm = 1 * 10 ^ -15
o Might need to know this for exam?
Chapter 7 Photosynthesis
The overall equation for photosynthesis:
Compare/contrast light reactions with dark reactions:
The nature of sunlight: photons
- electromagnetic energy
- electromagnetic spectrum
Chapter 13 Handout: How populations evolve
Well begin with a story about Charles Darwin. Sit back and enjoy. I will as an exam
question about it, but youll be better-off listening and not worrying about notes
Who was influential to Darwin in the developme
Chapter 6 Cellular Respiration
Lactic Acid Pathway:
Slow and Fast Muscle Fibers: Endurance or Sprint
Chemical Cycling between Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration:
Chapter 14 - The Origin of Species
This chapter deals with the process of Macroevolution dramatic biological changes of the
organisms within a population that may lead to speciation the origin of a new species.
What is the difference between micro- and ma
Chapter 9 Patterns of Inheritance
Chapter 9 explores the genetic basis of variation among individuals of a population or species.
There are a number of principals that may be applied to predict patterns of inheritance of this
variation based on known diff
Exam 2 Study Guide
If you havent already done so, go to the Study Section in Mastering Biology and check out the
BioFlix on the various topics we covered. They are very good animations of the various
processes and should help you understand the material b
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1. Which is the smallest unit of life that can survive and reproduce on its own?
2. The instructions in DNA are used to m