Review- Cell Membranes: Structure and Function
1. Draw a lipid bilayer and label the portions that are hydrophobic and hydrophilic. Why does the
bilayer have two different regions? Then, add the remaining classes of macromolecules to yo
Study Guide: Genetics
1. Every gene consists of _ alleles (in Mendelian genetics).
2. How many alleles are present within a gamete for every gene? _
3. Using the letters F and f, write out the genotype for homozygous dominant, heterozygous and homozygous
Study Guide: Digestion
Describe how digestion begins:
before food enters the mouth
How does segmentation differ from peristalsis? How are
What are intestinal villi and what function do they serve?
What prevents food from
Study Guide: Mitosis and Meiosis
Know What Happens in each Step of Mitosis and Meiosis!
1. Define and draw each of the following: Chromatin, Chromosome, Sister Chromatids,
Homologous Chromosomes, Centromere, Kinetochore, Chiasma.
2. Draw a duplicated chro
Review: Metabolism and Cellular Respiration
1. Define metabolism. Metabolism is not just one process, but the totality of two separate processes, which are:
_ and _.
2. How does a catabolic pathway differ from an anabolic pathway?
3. Define energy. What t
Questions to Consider for Basic Chemistry
1. Draw the box for the element Boron, symbol B, as it appears on the periodic table. What does
the number above and below the symbol indicate?
2. What are the 3 sub-atomic particles of an atom? What cha
Study Guide: Circulatory System
How does the closed circulatory system differ from the
open circulatory system?
Why do the names circulatory system and cardiovascular
system both work as names for the system involving the
heart, blood and blood vess
Animal Reproduction Study Guide
How do sexual reproduction and asexual reproduction
differ from one another?
What are some examples of asexual reproduction and the
organisms which reproduce in this manner?
Why is genetic diversity, and fitness of
Name (last, first):
1. The basis for communication in A&P assumes
2. List the body cavities
Abdominal Cavity, Cranial Cavity, Pelvic Cavity, Thoracic Cavity, and Vertebral Column
3. The pericardi
LECTURE NOTES Name:_
Endocrine System CORE (2000-2050)
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Using MARTINI & NATH 8th Edition
C. Dakarian, MD
Use lab resources! Get up. LOOK AT ANATOMY WITH PHYSIOLOGY IN MIND. Ask questions. Do p
Anatomy of the Urinary System ~27 items so far
Has connective tissue fascia and adipose tissue (fat) pad around it
1 Capsule (fibrous capsule)
3 Renal pyramids
4A Renal papilla
5 Renal columns looks mor e like cortex co
It is the basic structural and functional unit of life, which is
able to carry out all the life processes.
The cell theory was collectively proposed by
Schleiden(1838), Schawnn(1839) and Virchow (1858).
IMPORTANT POSTULA TES
Chapter 6 Biology - Edition 8
1. The energy necessary to power the rearrangement of chemical bonds in H2O and CO2
Heat to leaves, which is converted to useful energy for work
The heat necessary to power the rearrangement of chemical bonds in H