Biology 112 Laboratory
Skulls & Evolution
Part I: Human Evolution
1.) Table above
Trend as you go from ancestral primates to modern humans
Aipotu I: Genetics & Biochemistry
We used Aipotu to stimulate explore a biological phenomenon in terms of genetics where
we crossed two organisms, and also did self-crosses to them to achieve new results for the colors
of the flowers. Then we did
Biology 112 Laboratory
Animal I: Diversity
a) Both sponges and anemones acquire oxygen through their openings the sponge through
its canals and the anemones through its mouth. They rid themselves of carbon dioxide
when they get rid of waste, and sponges r
Which statement is an accurate explanation of how animals can be described by what
o Parasites can be herbivores or carnivores.
Which set of traits distinguishes animals from other organisms?
o Animals are multicellular, they move unde
BIO112 Exam Practice Problems
1) Compare AND contrast the digestive systems (meaning the mechanism of how these animals acquire, digest, and eliminate food) of a jellyfish and an earthworm. This
means providing one similarity between both groups AND one d
Purpose: Was to apply various colored dye molecules to paper and try to find a
relationship between their structures and their R f values.
A.) Hypothesis- I believe that the Phenol Red (a dye) because its a dye molecu
Reading: nutritional Science
Question 1: offer a few points that may explain the low fat gospel that been preached for 50
years by our government.
The concept of eating healthy in America has become synonymous with avoiding dietary fat. For
Geographical Terms: China
Northern China vs Southern China and coastal vs. inland
High temperature fluctuations: Cold winters, hot summers, short growing seasons
More arid, shorter growing season (only 1 crop per year)
Crops: Maize, Wheat, Ba
SUPPORT QUIZ 3 2013
ITEMS 1-13 ARE FROM CH 8. THEY DEAL WITH BMI VALUES CONSIDERED
RELATED TO PREMATURE DEATH, NUMBERS OF OBESITY RELATED
DEATHS, INSULIN RESISTANCE, BODY WEIGHT AND MORTALITY, BODY FAT
AND CANCER RISKS, CHARACTERISTICS OF
Question 1-5 food choice
Preferences: based on personal tastes
Habit: what to eat for different time, breakfast cereal
Ethinic heritage and regional cuisine
Social interaction : socialising with friend
Availability, Convenience, and economy: baseball game
Chapter 32: An Overview of Animal Diversity
Tissues- An integrated group of cells with a common structure, function, or both.
Cleavage- The succession of rapid cell division without significant growth during early
embryonic development that convert
Chapter 10: Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis- The conversion of light energy to chemical energy that is stored in
sugars or other organic compounds; occurs in plants, algae, and certain prokaryotes.
Autotroph- An organism that obtains organic food mol
Chapter 33: An Introduction to Invertebrates
Invertebrates- An animal without a backbone. Invertebrates make up 95% of animal
Suspension feeders- An aquatic animal, such as a sponge, clam, or baleen whale, that
feeds by sifting small organ
Chapter 29: Plant Diversity I: How Plants Colonized Land
Phragmoplast- An alignment of cytoskeletal elements and Golgi-derived vesicles that
forms across the midline of a dividing plant cell.
Sporopollenin- A durable polymer that covers exposed zyg
Chapter 30: Plant Diversity II: The Evolution of Seed Plants
Seed- An adaptation of some terrestrial plants consisting of an embryo packaged along
with a store of food within a protective coat.
Integument- Layer of sporophyte tissue that contribute