Unit 3 Study Guide: Biological Molecules
1. What properties of carbon make it so important to life?
carbon make molecules, plus it form large and complex molecules that
build structures and carry out the functions required for life
2. List and describe t
Does Food Source Affect Crayfish Growth and Behavior?
12 Mar 2017
Does food source affect crayfish growth and behavior? Twelve crayfish were divided into 4
separate tanks, each containing three crayfish and the sa
Practice Questions Exam VI
1) The areolar connective tissue found immediately beneath the epithelium of the digestive tract
is called _.
A) basement membrane
D) lamina propria
2) The muscular layer farthest from the lumen
Instructor: Dr. Sharon Shapiro
Directions: After completing each of the following activities, check the space to its right. A good start is important!
1. Go to https:/swccd.blackboard.com and log into this course Biol 261-03, familia
Biol. 265.03 - Fall 2016
Microbiology, BIOL 265.03
Dr. John D. Tolli
(LAB) MW 8:25 11:35, room 312
(lec) M 11:45 12:50, room 312
(lec) W 11:45 - 12:35, room 312
Office and Phone:
265 exam 4 study guide
Chapter 14/15: Pathogenicity and Mechanisms of Disease
Define the following terms:
Unknown report grade summary Name:
one, both, species incorrect only
# 2 No introduction
# 3 Isolation description: not done minimal
# 4 Colony descriptions: missing, incomplete or incorrect
#5 MO names not underlined: few, many, all, key only
STAT 250 Practice Problems for Midterm 2
1. A drug is effective in 60% of patients. Consider giving the drug to 10 patients and let X be the
number of patients for whom the drug is effective. The distribution of X is (Check all that apply)
STAT 250 Midterm 2 Study Guide
Chapter 8 Sampling Variability and Sampling Distributions
Describe what a sampling variability is and what a sampling distribution is
o Understand that the value of a sample statistic varies from sample to sample
Math 150 Homework #8 Fall 2016 See Due dates below for each Part
Read everything in Sections 4.3, and 4.4.
Part 1 Problems: The following problems are in the text and correspond to the problem types assigned in
WebAssign. They will be slightly modified
Math 150 Homework #7 Fall 2016 See Due dates below for each Part
Read everything in Sections 3.10, 4.1, and 4.2. We are skipping Section 3.11 which is covered in Math 151.
Note: Exam 2 is Wed., Nov. 2, and will cover Sections 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.
In the lab that we did we learned about enzymes and how they speed up chemical process. We
learned that adding certain things to enzymes can greatly affect how the enzyme reacts. For this lab
we looked at how enzymes were affected by phenylthio
Marine Biology Study Guide Exam 4
1. Chordates: What are the chordate features?
Which two subphyla are invertebrate chordates? Urochordata and Cephalochordata
Which chordate features do they have/not have? Give examples of each.
a single hollow dorsal ne
Putting Perspectives to Practice
Read the case below and try to explain the characters behavior using three of the theories we
have studied in class. In your explanation, be sure to;
1) describe how the theory and its proponents
THE HANDY MAN
Janile, Daniel, Angelique ,Luke, Monica
Dateline of fossil / where it was found
Relationship to modern human evidence
DATELINE OF FOSSIL / WHERE IT WAS
1. Define the following:
a. Anatomy the study of the structure of the body
b. Physiology the study of the function of the body
c. Gross anatomy considers relatively large structure and features visible to the
unaided eye; muscles, bones, various
261 Dr. Shapiro, Practice Sheet: Nervous and Muscle
Nervous and Muscle Practice Problems:
1. The basic functional unit of the nervous system is the (a) axon, (b) dendrite, (c) neuron, (d) cell body, (e)
2. Motor neurons convey information from re
Multiple choice questions from class
1.) What is the relationship among DNA, a gene, and a chromosome?
A) A chromosome contains hundreds of genes, which are composed of DNA.
B) A chromosome contains hundreds of genes, which are composed of protein.
C) A g
I. The hormone primarily responsible for setting the basal metabolic rate and for promoting the maturation of
the brain is:
A. cortisol B. ACTH C. TSH D. thyroxine E. none of the preceding.
2. Many nonsteroid hormones act upon their target cells by causin