BZ 310 Exam 3 Study Guide
Cytoskeleton: a network of protein filaments in the cell.
Visible in TEM after membranes are removed (with detergents)
Functions: support, structure, motility
Three types of filaments
1. Microfilaments (actin): very dynamic an
KirbyYeast Lab Part 2
Week 3 lab
We will use gel electrophoresis to separate DNA fragments by size.
1) What molecule will we use to visualize the DNA fragments?
2) How does this molecule work?
We will be using ethidium bromide (EtB
What effects do you see in a cell if you expose it to isotonic solution, hypertonic solution,
and hypotonic solution?
When animal cells, like animal erythrocytes are exposed to an isotonic solution the
Enzyme Kinetics Part 2
What competitive inhibitor will we use for the lab? What do you think is the molecular
effect of this inhibitor on the enzyme?
We will use 1.5mM sodium cyanide (NaCN) as the competitive inhibitor for
Enzyme Kinetics Part 1
What is the difference between the Michaelis-Menten Plot and the Lineweaver Burke Plot? Why
do you think the people in the first half of the 1900s chose to use the LB plot instead of the MM
Cell culture part 1
Week 12 lab
What are three things that comprise aseptic technique?
Aseptic technique put simply is the act of performing an experiment under sterile
conditions to prevent contamination to the best of our abilit
BZ Chapter 15 notes
Marine, freshwater and terrestrial species
- Two pairs of antennae
- Biramous appendages (two lobes)
Most are dioecious (most barnacles are monoecious)
Most exhibit indirect d
BZ lecture notes 9/20/16
Populations and Gene Pools
- Groups of individuals of same species that occupy area at same time and
share common set of genes. Characterized by frequency of alleles for
- Deer mice compared t
The Effects of Physical Activity on Heart Rate and Blood Pressure
Heart disease is a leading killer in the United States, killing more than 500,000 people
annually (Centers For Disease Control and Prevention 2015). Heart disease can
BZ Chapter 10 notes
Flatworms (Phylum Platyhelminthes) are triploblastic animals with bilateral
Flatworms are lophotrochozoan protostomes
Mollusks and annelids are also lophotrochozoan
BZ chapter 8 lecture notes 9/27
Evolutionary Perspective of the Protists
Protists are polyphyletic and arose about 1.5 billion years ago when the Archaea
and Eubacteria diverged. Our understanding of the evolutionary relationships
Learning in Dogs
What is learning?
On a cellular level
On an organismal level
History of Dog Training
WWI- Compulsion punishment based methods
Development of Behavior
Critical or Sensitive Period Hypothesis
First studied by Menzel (1936)
1000 dogs over 16 years
Stimulus is most effective
Windows of easiest opportunity
Strong genetic compone
Genetic Disorder and Behavioral
Leg Length and Type
Limited to extremities only
Bassett-English Bulldog crosses
F1 gens all short
Can be breed type or disorder
5000 genetic disease in humans (OMIM)
Origins and Domestication
to this! How did it happen?
What do you think?
Family Canidae:What is a
Middle ear bullar chamber
Chars have remained stable over
Low Stress Handling
and Reading Body
Jennie K. Willis, Ph.D.
Why does good handling matter?
Affects the animals emotional state
Less perceived pain
Builds relationships and positive associations
Model to owners
Nutrition and Behavior
Canine Digestive System
Changes through a lifetime
Needs of a puppy
When to switch to adult food
What is a maintenance diet
When to switch to senior
Senior vs reduced ration of adult
Ribs palpable without excess fa
How does sensory perception
relate to behavior?
Two types of photoreceptors
Rods: Sensitive to movement, dim light (light and dark)
Cones: Color and detail
Cones comprise only 3% of total
Neurobiology and Behavior
Structure and organization
Electricity, neurotransmitters etc.
Nervous system (CNS, PNS)
Coordination of information and decision making
Development, trauma, altered chemistry, altered pathways
Disorders of Ingestion
Pica- eating of inedible items
Polyphagia- excessive eating
Polydipsia- excessive drinking
Coprophagia- eating of feces
Ingestion of inedible objects
In young animals under 1 year, can be accidental or explorator
2016 Final Study Guide
Review Study Guides 1 and 2!
Cordyceps sinensis commerce
Superficial, subcutaneous, and systemic infections
Malassesia sp., lack of fatty acid sy
Biology and Behavior of Dogs
Instructor: Jennie K. Willis PHD
Office: ANAZO E 304
Office Hours: Friday 12:30-2:00
Office Phone: (970) 481-4252 970-491-2993
Email: [email protected]
Miklosi, A. Dog Behavior, Evolut
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Chapter 3: Problems # 2., 6., 10., 18., 26., 30., 38.
2. Rr (pink) RR (red) rr (white)
BZ350 General and Molecular Genetics Fall 2012
Recitation Instructor _Kathy_
Reading: Chapter 3, all sections; Chapter 12: Section 12.1
Recitation time _Wed 4 pm_
Homework # 3 Due Monday Sept 10, 3:00 pm IN CLASS before lecture begins.
Chapter 3: Problems