Julien Tokiniaina & Charles Ssendagala.
BIO 100 Section: Thursday 12:00 PM.
GMO Lab Assignment
Professor: Susan Holechek.
Genetically modified plants are grown form genetically engineered seeds. Scientists
engineer seeds to make a plant more resistant to
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Systems Road Trip Activity
Instructions: For this activity, you will assume the role of a cell, molecule, or bit of food traveling a body system to describe organs in the system, processes
that occur, molecules/cells neede
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Make-up assignment # 2 for students with 5 absences
(Deadline: Monday April 24th at the beginning of class)
Note: Assignment # 1 Systems road trip must also be completed in addition to this assignment
1. Find 1 current new
Joints and Their Classification
Joints and lever systems
Movements of synovial joints
Anatomy of Selected Diarthroses
Joint (Articulation) - any poi
HORMONES AND THE
The endocrine system is a collection of organs and cells that
secrete chemical signals into the bloodstream.
A chemical signal that circulates through body fluids and affects
distant target cel
SIGNALING AND THE
Neurons are organized into two basic types of nervous
1. Nerve nets diffuse arrangement of cells (found in
2. Central nervous systems (CNS) includes l
Animals have a diverse array of reproductive strategies.
Organisms may be capable of asexual reproduction, sexual
reproduction, or both.
Human males and females have different reproductive structures
Muscle movement was a key innovation in the evolution of
Muscle tissue is composed of cells that contract. The three major
muscle tissues (smooth, cardiac, skeletal) have different
structures and functio
All organisms are targets for diseases from pathogens.
Pathogens (disease-causing organisms) include bacteria,
fungi, viruses, parasites.
The immune system of the animal fights off the pathogens
and keeps the animal healt
Lecture Musculoskeletal system
Terms to know: myofibrils, sarcomeres, actin, myosin, troponin, tropomyosin,
ACh, bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, slow fibers, fast fibers, intercalated
What are the different
What did these migration patterns look like? (11)
Was Homo neanderthalensis smarter than us? (20)
Homosapiens may have replaced the Neanderthals. How? Why? (21)
Why are most of the worlds temperate forests, boreal forests, and
BIO 353 Cell Biology
Major Topics for Exam #4
(Other related topics covered in lecture may also appear on the exam)
Intermediate filaments - make of keratin, vimentin, desmin etc. strong, relatively non
-dynamic, found in tissues
Exam 3: Study Guide and Sample questions for Lecture 14
Lecture 14 Intracellular Compartments and Protein Sorting
What is the function of peroxisomes?
Small organelles that contains oxidative enzymes that use molecular oxygen to
remove hydrogen a
Study Guide, Exam #4
Know all about the following terms and concepts including what they are, how theyve
been studied and be able to teach your knowledge to an innocent bystander. There will be
other questions, including DVD-relevant questions
BIO 201 Week #
Understand the components of a of a muscle fiber.
Understand how each of the measurements from the terms
list relates to the contraction of a muscle
You will not be responsible for anything marked with an
Special Senses: Eyes
BIO 201 Week 12
Be able to identify the various parts of the sensory organs and
List the flow of tears as it moves across the orbit.
List and understand how light travels through the eye.
BRAIN AND CRANIAL
BIO 201 WEEK 11
Identify the various anatomical structures of the
brain and their function.
Be able to state the various function of each lobe
of the brain.
Be able to identify each cranial nerve, its
Virology II Objectives
Describe T4 bacteriophage replication (on your
Explain major features of + strand RNA virus
replication (poliovirus or HCV)
Explain major features of strand RNA virus
Explain major features of retro
Explain the 2 criteria for an effective
Explain how to measure minimum inhibitory
Recognize the mechanisms of action of the
different classes of antibiotics
Explain the four mechanisms of antibiotic
Describe the pathogenic mechanism of poreforming and other toxins and the bacteria that
secrete them. Cite examples
Explain how AB toxins enter cells
Describe at least 2 modes of action of how ADPribosylating toxins kill host cells
Adaptive Immunology Objectives
Explain how Adaptive immunity is different from
Compare linear and conformational epitopes
Calculate antibody diversity
Explain what happens to antibodies and antibody
titers during primary and secondary immu
Objectives: GI, GU and STDs
Recognize the bacteria that produce gastroenteritis
Explain how E. coli O157:H7 is serotyped and what type of
toxin(s) it produces
Differentiate dysentery from other types of diarrhea and the
bacteria that cause each
Bacteria that are spread by Air-borne
Describe how the capsule of S. pneumoniae is a
Name 2 diseases caused by S. pneumoniae
Explain how untrea
T cell immunity Objectives
Describe how CD4 Th and CD8 CTL are
stimulated by APCs including cell surface
molecules and cytokines and primary and
Describe how antigen processing and
presentation results in stimulation of T cells
EXAM 3 STUDY GUIDE- BIO 130
Which of the following in not an example of a type of fossil fuel*uranium
Which of the following is a fossil fuel derived from swamp plant remains that have been
Which of the following is not a green
Exam 2 Study Guide (BIO 130)
Sea otters protect kelp forests by consuming the sea urchins that chew through the kelp holdfasts. The
ecosystem of a kelp forest would go through drastic changes including significant damage to the kelp and
all organisms that
BIO 130 Study Guide
The total amount of water vapor in the air is called *humidity.
Drip irrigation uses the most water of all common irrigation techniques *is a false statement. It uses
the Least water, but is most expensive.
As it is currently being use