Introduction HowDoesGravityAffectBloodCirculation? A. Most animals have a circulatorysystem for the internal transport of gases, nutrients, and waste. B. Gravity has had major effects in shaping the evolution of circulatory systems
Chapter 17 Lecture Outline Introduction WhatAmI? A. Most known organisms are animals. 1. Of the 1.7 million known species, three-fourths are animals. Animal diversity progressed through millions of years of evolution and natural selection. 2. Humans have
1. All organisms are composed of cells.
2. Cells are the smallest living things.
3. Cells arise only from pre-existing cells.
All cells today represent a continuous line of
descent from the first living cells.
1. Omega-3s, unsaturated fatty acids, are considered an essential fatty acid because
they are needed for proper function of the human body but cannot be synthesized
by the human body. Explain why cold-water fish ar
June 13, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the natural form of
human genes cannot be patented, but the genetic material produced by the
synthesis can be legally protected. The U.S. Supreme Court rule
Introduction SavingtheTiger A. Focus on the human destruction of habitat and conservation efforts in the struggle to save the tigers. 1. The tiger population was estimated to be around 100,000 worldwide 100 years ago. There are now
Chapter 37 Lecture Outline Introduction DiningIn A. A special food chain. 1. Some insects go to extremes of interdependence. For example, chalcid wasps parasitize the eggs of ichneumon wasps, which have been laid in Apanteles wasp eggs, which have been la
Introduction CananInjuredSpinalCordBeFixed? A. The nervous system is basic to the functioning of any animal. 1. In order to survive and reproduce, an animal must respond appropriately to environmental stimuli, both internal and ext
Introduction TestosteroneandMaleAggression:IsThereaLink? A. The male sex hormone testosterone has been associated with male aggression in a variety of species. The difficulty for researchers in the field of endocrinology is to defi
Scientific questions affect your life
Is global warming a serious problem?
Why is my drinking water fluoridated?
Where does our food come from?
Are there viable alternative energies to fossil fuels?
The most important scientific questions many peop
So What is Science?
Do you consider yourself a science person?
"Science is more than a body of knowledge. It's a way of
thinking. A way of skeptically interrogating the universe .
If we are not able to ask skeptical questions, to be
skeptical of those in
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Concept Map Terms - Bio 10 Week 1
CHEMISTRY OF LIFE
Elements of life (C, H, O, N)
Electron (Octet Rule)
Boiling point/ temperat
Energy can exist in two states:
Kinetic energy energy of motion.
Potential energy stored energy.
Chemical energy potential energy stored in bonds,
released when bonds are broken.
Energy can be transformed form one state to
Bacteria have been on Earth for ~ 3.5
Prokaryotes, the 1 Cells
Early-Cells Evidence: Cyanobacteria
3.5 billion years old =
age of oldest prokaryote fossils
Cyanobacteria produced O2
Banded Iron Formatio
All organisms are adapted to the
environment in which they live
Evolutionary adaptations are inherited traits
that enhance an organisms ability to survive
and reproduce in a particular environment
Introduction LetSleepingBearsLie A. Animals survive fluctuations in the external environment because they have internal, homeostatic controls. 1. Thermoregulation is the control of internal temperature within narrow limits. 2. Osmo
Introduction AnAIDSUproar A. A good scientific study should be based on proper scientific methods. However, ethics and public policy sometimes influence how and if a study is conducted. This was the case with a study done to see if
Introduction SurvivinginThinAir A. Review: Cellular respiration: Animals need to obtain oxygen and glucose and rid themselves of waste carbon dioxide (Chapter 6; Figures 6.2, 6.3, and 6.6). B. Life at high altitude imposes many cha
Chapter 10 Lecture Outline Introduction SaboteursInsideOurCells A. The chromosome theory of inheritance set the historical and structural stage for the development of a molecular understanding of the gene. B. Many of the basics of molecular biology began
Introduction RainForestRescue A. Introduce the general topics of reproduction, genetics, and inheritance, perhaps tracing the pedagogical development of the chapters in this unit. B. A lifecycle is the sequence of life forms (and th
Introduction PlantPower A. As the world population continues to increase and the demand for energy grows, more fossil fuel will be burned. Burning fossil fuel increases the greenhouse gases that are polluting the atmosphere. B. Revi
Introduction HowIsaMarathonerDifferentfromaSprinter? A. Review: The definition of metabolism and what it entails (Chapter 5). B. Harvesting chemical energy from food molecules is one side of a cycle that, in eukaryotes, often involv
Chapter 5 Lecture Outline Introduction CoolFiresAttractMatesandMeals A. Characteristics of organisms (the light of a firefly, the red pigments of a New England autumn, the trumpeting of an elk, the rank odor of mildew in a damp closet) are all the product
Introduction TheArtofLookingatCells A. The use of art to help illustrate difficult concepts being discussed has a long tradition in biology. B. Review: All organisms are composed of cells (Module1.3). C. Cells are at a scale just be
Chapter 3 Lecture Outline
Introduction Got Lactose? A. The central topic of this chapter is how smaller molecular units are assembled into larger ones. B. There are four large molecules discussed in this chapter: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucle
Chapter. 2. Campbell et. al.
Introduction Natures Chemical Language A. Chemicals play an important role in all organisms, whether controlling the function of the body, enticing a mate to reproduce, or scaring away a potential predator. B.