1. Read the following statement :
During the process of diffusion, the net movement of molecules is from a region of Higher
concentration of those molecules to a region of Lower concentration of those molecules.
Do you agree
1.True or false: Incomplete dominance produces a distinct phenotype from the heterozygous
genotype. If false, make it a correct statement.
2. What is the probability that the F1 cross will produce a snapdragon with white flowers? R
1.This diagram represents one cell dividing to give rise to two new daughter cells. Each new daughter cell
will be _ to each other and the parent cell.
2.True or False : Is Binary Fission a process of Sexual reproduction. If false,
1. Starch Molecules are quite Large too large to be transported into the cells lining our digestive tract.
For our cells to be able to use this source of energy, starch must be broken down into smaller
molecules that can be a
1. Biologists have described a cells plasma membrane as being a fluid mosaic. Briefly explain
why this is an accurate description
2. What is the difference between Diffusion and Osmosis? What powers Diffusion?
3. Which molecules cro
1. Match the following terms to their descriptions: monohybrid cross, dominant, recessive,
alleles, homozygous, and heterozygous.
An alternate form of a gene: _
When an allele has no noticeable effect on an organism: _
The mating of
Lipids and pH
1. What is an Acid? What is the pH value of an acidic solution?
2. What is a Base? What is the pH value of a basic solution?
3. What is a Neutral Solution? What is the pH value of a neutral solution?
4. How is the pH of a sol
1. While on his voyage, Darwin made many specific observations and was influenced by many factors
that aided him in his thinking about evolution. List two specific observations or factors that influenced
Darwin during his voyage.
1.List three reasons why bacteria are great organisms for the mass production of desirable protein
2. Which of the following explains why mammalian cells are sometimes needed to produce protein
a. E. coli canno
1. List three key points about evolution by natural selection
2. Briefly explain how mutation allows for variation achieved by sexual reproduction.
3. List the three components of sexual reproduction that account for genetic variat
BIOL 1308- Biology Fundamentals
Dr. Anne Keddy-Hector
208 462-3603, 512-293-0996 (Cell)
see the last page of you syllabus
Biology Innovation Lab Web P
ONLINE ORIENTATION Bio 1308
Hello: my name is Dr. Anne Keddy-Hector, and I will be teaching this distance learning
class. Please feel free to call me Anne, or Dr. Keddy-Hector- whichever you prefer.
The purpose of this orientation document is to replace a
BIOL 1308: Biology Fundamentals
The Myth of Multitasking Worksheet
Go to http:/www.npr.org/2013/05/10/182861382/the-myth-of-multitasking and listen to or read The
Myth of Multitasking answer the following questions.
1. What are the m
Module 1.1 Levels of Organization
1. Define the following terms: matter, element, atom, molecule, organelles, cell,
tissue, organ, organ system, and organism. (Use your textbook as needed to get
o Physical substance
Module 5.2 Cell Transport
Name: _ Section: _ Date: _
1. State the general types of molecules that can move across the membrane WITHOUT
the assistance of proteins in the phospholipid bilayer.
2. When given molecules that you are already familiar
The Institution of the Family- A relative stable cluster of groups and organizations that focuses on family life and intimate relationships, as well as the laws,
policies, and the norms that determine the relationships within and among the groups and org
San Martin 1
Eva San Martin
Professor Mary Haley
English Composition I
01 August 2016
Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa
In psychology and psychiatry, anorexia and bulimia nervosa are considered the most
common eating disorders [Gio05]. Some neurologist
San Martin 1
Eva San Martin
Instructor Mary Haley
English Composition I/Section 011
5 July 2016
Why I Hunt
The essay Why I Hunt was written by Rick Bass, environmental advocate, land
preservationist and writer who lives in the remote Yaak Valley on the Mo
Homework #7Part B
These next problems are to make sure you really understand membrane transport. You
can turn this sheet in (answers in red please) if you are comfortable manipulating the
images. If not you can use the Homework #7 Part B Answer sheet. Cou
HOMEWORK #7 Part A ANSWER SHEET
eukaryotes- nucleolis, mitochondria,
endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes
prokaryotes- nucleoid, capsule, flagellum,
cell wall, cell membrane, ribosomes
There is no difference, they are the same.
HOMEWORK #4 ANSWER SHEET
An acid is when disassociates in water and
increase the number of H+ in a solution.
Buffers are substances that can resist sudden
changes to the orig
HOMEWORK #6 Part A
2. RNA is needed to convert DNA's information
into proteins, while DNA stores information.
4. a. peptide
HOMEWORK #1 ANSWER SHEET
Length, mass, volume, temperature
volume, deciliter, dL
length, meter, m
mass, microgram, mcg
HOMEWORK #3 ANSWER SHEET
Polarity and formation of hydrogen bonds
between water molecules-misunderstood
Solvent, solutes, solution
HOMEWORK #2 ANSWER SHEET
O, Fe, N, Ca, C, H
a. Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen
a. proton, neutron
c. proton, neutron
d. no charge
Based on the test results obtained from the testing methods performed, I concluded that my unknown
#7 was Klebsiella pneumoniae also known as K. pneumoniae. This organism is a gram negative, nonmotile, rod shaped bacterium that inhabits in the normal flor
Take Home Exam
1. Autoclave-Moist heat which is used to kill microorganisms. It denatures proteins and destroys
membranes. Conditions are 15psi, 121 degrees Celsius for 15 minutes. Autoclaving kills
vegetative cells, endospores and viruses. The autoclave
Unit Four- Microbial Diseases
MICROBIAL DISEASES OF DIGESTIVE,
CARDIOVASCULAR AND RESPIRATORY
Pathogenic Enterobacteriaceae often
classified into three groups
Rapidly ferment lactose
Normal microbiota but may be opportunistic
Unit Four- Microbial Diseases
MICROBIAL DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
MICROBIAL DISEASES OF THE SKIN AND WOUNDS
Normal Microbiota of the Skin
Made up of various microbes
Microbiology for Health
Unit Two: Chapter 7
The Structure and Replication of Genomes
Study of inheritance and inheritable traits as
expressed in an organisms genetic material
The entire genetic complement