Which of the following is NOT a disease generally associated with Neisseria gonorrhoeae?
Which of the following is a characteristic of all enterics?
a. glucose fermentation
The CDC recommends imm
1. Which of the following is/are NOT associated with a type I hypersensitivity?
a. cytotoxic T cells
2. Which of the following groups of individuals is most susceptible, in general, to autoimmune
a. older women
Which of the following is an ex
1. What is the role of lenses in microscopy?
a. Lenses focus either light or electrons to create a magnified image of a specimen.
2. Why is a specimen smaller than 200 nm not visible with a light microscope?
a. Anything smaller than 200 nm cannot interact
1. Which of the following enzymes can make specific cuts in DNA molecules?
a. restriction enzymes
2. Electroporation is a technique used for _.
a. inserting DNA into cells
3. Bt toxin is important in which of the following agricultural applications?
Chapter 12 Self-Test
1. HIV specifically targets _.
a. cytotoxic T cells
b. helper T cells
c. plasma cells
d. B cells
B. Helper T Cells
Use this figure to answer questions 2, 3 and 4.
2. The organ shown is _.
a lymphatic vessel
b. the spleen
4.4 Evolution as a Force for Change
(Adaptation Through Natural Selection)
Interspecific competition promotes adaptations in competitors and these
adaptations allow the competitors to become specialized. This
specialization allows partitioning of resource
Final Exam Review (Human Ecology Summer 2016)
INTRO TO ECOLOGY (READ CHAPTER 1)
Human Ecology, Ecology, Items affecting human population growth, Environmental Science
Understand what happened on Easter Island, Ecological Footprint What determines size? Wh
Water (Chapter 10)
(Cycle, Usage and Pollution)
71% of the
10.1 Water: A Vital Resource
of the earths
- The portion of freshwat
How Ecosystems Work
3.3 Matter in Living & Nonliving Systems
The law stating that, in chemical reactions, atoms are neither created nor
changed nor destroyed; they are only rearranged.
Biomass is made of matter.
Biomass The mass of biological
The Value, Use and
Restoration of Ecosystems
7.1 Ecosystem Capital: Use & Restoration
Ecosystem Capital The sum of goods and services provided
by natural and managed ecosystems (Major Biological Systems).
They, for the most part, are provided free of char
Pests and Pest Control
13.1 The Need for Pest Control
Pest is any organism that has a negative effect on
human health or economics. It is noxious, destructive,
or troublesome. The emphasis for this topic is on those
pests that interfere with crops, grass
Introduction to Ecology
Ecology is the study of
any and all aspects of how
organisms interact with
each other and their
-Ecology is the interaction
of living and nonliving
- You add in the human
component and you have
How Ecosystems Change
Population Certain number of individuals of a
particular species in a certain area that make up the
interbreeding, reproducing group.
- A population is one species. A population is
dependent on scale.
- You can hav
Wild Species and Biodiversity
Biodiversity The diversity of living things found in the
The concept usually refers to different
Biodiversity also includes genetic
diversity within a species and
diversity of ecosystems. These are t
The Production and
Distribution of Food
Agriculture, which began about 7000 B.C., involves the simplification of natures food
webs and the rechanneling of energy to humans. Instead of the suns captured energy
being dissipated among many herbivores and car
Soil: Foundation for Land Ecosystems
Why Studying Soil is Important
90% of the worlds food comes from landbased agriculture.
Maintenance of soil is the cornerstone of
Simply stated, it is the foundation of