Use what you learn playing CellCraft to complete the table. If you don't find an item within the game, you might have to look it up!
Question 1: why did
the cell add new
Question 2: how is a
cell like a system?
Exam #4 with Answers
Each Answer and each explanation was worth 2 pts unless otherwise indicated.
1. Look at pedigree #1 on the info page https:/courseworks.columbia.edu/x/oJgZri The pedigree shows the
inheritance of an X linked gene (Gene
Key to Review Questions for Exam #4
Unless stated otherwise, each answer was 2 pts and each explanation 2 pts.
1. A-1. How many different genotypes are possible in the offspring of this couple? _6_
A-2. How many different phenotypes are po
Review Questions for Exam #4
This is exam #4 of 13. A few questions have been modified to make them better, but most of this is exactly the
same as last years final exam. You should be able to explain ALL answers.
1. Consider two unlinked
Intro Bio Exam 1 Oct. 2, 2014
1. Consider this idealized description of fibroin, the protein that makes up silk. Fibroin contains
a single polypeptide chain of 5291 amino acids (AA) that starts with a 151 AA C-terminal
Intro Bio Exam 1 Oct. 4, 2013
KEY 2013 for 2014
Unless instructed otherwise, circle or write in all correct answers and explain your circled choices.
1. In a past question for exam 1, students were asked: Suppose bacteria were found on Mars but their prot
Key to Exam #3
Each answer and each explanation was worth 2 points unless it says otherwise. The explanations given below are longer
and more comprehensive than those required on the exam - you didnt need to write this much!
Anatomy and Physiology II, Test 1 Study Guide
Basic functions of the blood:
1. Distribution of oxygen, carbon dioxide, nutrients, waste,
ions, minerals, and hormones
2. Maintenance of blood pressure and temperature through
The Lymphatic System
The main functions of the lymphatic system:
1. Return fluid that was lost by the capillaries.
As Oxygen leaves Plasma, so does some fluid
As Carbon Dioxide enters blood, most of this lost fluid is then returned.
Activity 1.8 Atherosclerosis
Development of Atherosclerosis:
1. Artery wall (endothelium) damaged
2. Inflammatory response
3. Large white cells enter wall
4. Cholesterol accumulates
5. Atheroma1 forms
6. Calcium salts and fibrous tissue accumulate
Analysis and Conclusion
Hypothesis: Central and North Point in HK conform to the Bid-rent theory.
Fig.3.1, building height decreases when further away from the main roads of Central, such as Queens
Road. The closer the buildings are to
1) a. .
a. microtubules and microfilaments
b. Remove microtubules and see if the RNA still gets to the pole by using motor proteins and vice
Ribosomes are made in the rough ER. The ribosomal RNA is made in the nucleolus, which t
BIO FINAL EXAM REVIEW:
HOW TO APPROACH THE EXAM
Review recitation PPT and homework Qs.
Terminology homozygous, heterozygous, autosomal, sex linked, genotype, phenotype, wild type, mutant,
Mendels laws segregation, in
BIO LECTURE 3 (CH. 5, )
Chapter 5 THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF LARGE BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES (PG. 72-75)
Lipids are the one class of large biological molecules that does not include true polymers and are not big
enough to be considered macromolecules.
BIO LECTURE 2 (CH. 2, 4, 5)
Chapter 2 THE CHEMICAL CONTEXT OF LIFE (PG. 36-39, covered in Lecture 1)
Chapter 4 CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE (PG. 56-63)
Carbon: The Backbone of Life
Of all the elements, carbon is unparalleled in its ability t
BIO LECTURE 1 (CH. 1, 2, 3)
Chapter 1 EVOLUTION, THE THEMES OF BIOLOGY, AND SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY (PG. 2-3)
Levels of Biological Organization
Biosphere all life on Earth and all the places where life exists land, water, atmosphere
Ecosystems all the living
Bio Lecture 6 Notes
Respiration applies to both plants and animals because both require ATP.
Plants have a mitochondria and a chloroplast, while animals only have a mitochondria.
Organisms that do photosynthesis autotrophs (self-feeders)
All they need a
BIO REVIEW II:
Transcription occurs in the 5-3 direction via reaction of the 3 OH of the growing RNA chain with 5 NTPs.
Transcription always uses NTPs.
RNA synthesized (5-3) from 5 NTPs by RNA polymerase.
Mitosis does not produce a change in ploidy.
Eukaryotic cell is organized into compartments and enclosed by membranes.
There is an endomembrane system that allows the cells to carry out reactions in different conditions.
Almost all cells in the body are asymmetric (ex: epithelial cells).
this is the cytoplasmic
A Salt, pH
Detection with Antibodies
f - - - Tag_luorescent, radioac~ve,
~Antibody~ Ab #l ~rabbit anti-mouse~ (l)
_ Antigen = Ag = mouse cell or protein
C2006/F2402 '15 Hints to Recitation Problems #14
IMPORTANT - IF YOU LIKE HAVING HINTS, AND YOU USE THEM, PLEASE
TELL DR. M.
23. How does the hormone reach the cells of the nephron?
24. What is pumped out of the ascending limb?
25. How does oxygen ge
Outline of Lecture 3
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