CN: round worm
Male same as previous
Cancer Causes Control (2013) 24:15271534
Coffee consumption and the risk of overall and fatal prostate
cancer in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study
Claire Bosire Meir J. Stampfer Amy F. Subar
Kathryn M. Wilson
Elements of a Paper
Reading scientific articles is challenging. The purpose of this worksheet is to help guide you in
extracting some of the most important aspects of a paper. Read the following original research article
and fill out the following w
Chromatography and Spectrophotometry Lab Report
Biology 1 T 12:30
13, Oct. 2016
Plants produce their own food by using the suns energy, carbon dioxide, and water into
glucose. In this process, photosynthesis,
Zoology Part 2
Dr. Amir Assadi-Rad
Sequence of Events During Sperm
Dr. Amir Assadi-rad
Reproduction Main Events
Dr. Amir Assadi-rad
Bugs are not going to inherit the Earth. They own it
now. So we might as well make peace with the
Arthron = joint and pod = foot
Eucoelomate protostomes with
Toxo= arc, Plasma=form
1st discovered by Nicolle & Manceaux (1908)
while researching Leishmania
Found in Ctenodactylus gondii & lab rabbits
Typically only causes harm in
immune-compromised patients (i.e. AIDS)
Parasitizes nearly all mammals
For the following slide you must know what tissue, organ and what
system they belong. Some of the slides you should know the name of
the cells in them.
1. Frog Skin:
Find the simple squamous epithelial tissue. Frogs skin is very thin.
Each root word is followed by its meaning and example (s). The root is from Greek unless noted by (L) off, as
being from Latin
A,- an- not, without (acoelomate, anaerobic)
ab- (L) off, from, away (aboral)
acanth thorn (acanthocephalan)
acti ray (A
Prefixes and Suffixes
a-, anwithout. eg: anaerobic, in the absence of air,
amebchange. eg: ameboid, movement which is done
by changing shapes.
amylstarch. eg: amylase, an enzyme which breaks
anaup. eg: anabolism
Bio 2 T-Th 8:00
An Overview of Medical Maggot Therapy and How They Help in
The green bottle fly can be found in the southern hemisphere, particularly in Africa and
Australia since most of them like moist
A. Why do scientists believe that echinoderms are strange?
B. Jeff found a starfish like creature. He does not know if it is a brittle star or a
starfish. How would you help him?
C. What are classes of echinoderms and give examples of each class?
1. What are 4 different types of tissue, give an example of each & their function?
2. Explain characteristics and functions of each tissue?
3. What are general characteristics of a nerve bundle?
4. Explain the characteristics of a myelinated and un
Free moving & radial symmetry
They probably evolved from a
Some have poison glands.
Other Phyla in this group,
Discuss the use of recombinant DNA technology to genetically engineer organisms
Describe how various genetic technologies discussed in lecture work and their specific
application in microbiology
Describe PCR and discuss its usefulness to ge
Discuss the structural and compositional differences between DNA and RNA
Discuss the flow of genetic information from DNA and RNA to protein, and discuss the
relationship between the nucleotide sequences for DNA and RNA and the amino acid sequenc
PROKARYOTIC CELL STRUCTURE: ARCHAEA & EUBACTERIA
Identify major prokaryotic cell structures in a drawing or photomicrograph
Describe the various sizes, shapes (basic shapes such as coccus, bacillus, spirillum), and cell
arrangements (streptococci, staphyl
EUKARYOTIC CELL STRUCTURE
Identify major eukaryotic cell structures in a drawing or photomicrograph
Discuss the cytoskeleton with regard to structure and various function within the cell
Discuss the composition, structure, and function of each of the inte