Eastern Mediterranean University
Department of Mechanical Engineering
COURSE: Dynamics of Machinery MENG331
Semester: Fall (2012-2013)
Name of Experiment: Center of percussion.
Instructor: Assist. Prof. Dr. Neriman Ozada
University of Limerick Final Year Project Report 2001
Table of Contents
2.0 Background Theory.9
2.2 Centre of Gravity.10
2.3 The Difference Between the Centre of Gravity and the Centroid.13
2.4 Mass Moments of Inertia.13
THE GENETICS OF CAENORABDITIS ELEGANS
Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology,
Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 2QH, England
Manuscript received December 10, 1973
Methods are described for the isolation, complementation and
The Effects of Carbonated Water on Plant Growth
The purpose of the experiment was to identify which type of water was best for the lentil
plants to observe if the carbonated water had an advantage over regular tap water. Considering
CHAPTER 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY
Chapter 1: An Introduction to Biology
Biology is the study of life.
Principles of Biology and the Levels of Biological Organization
o Cells are the simplest unit of life.
1. All organisms are composed
CHAPTER 16: SIMPLE PATTERNS OF INHERITANCE
Chapter 16: Simple Patterns of Inheritance
Inheritance: the acquisition of traits by their transmission from parent to offspring.
Particulate Inheritance: the idea that determinants of hereditary traits are t
CHAPTER 17: COMPLEX PATTERNS OF INHERITANCE
Chapter 17: Complex Patterns of Inheritance
All/nearly all genes are influenced by many genes.
Gene Interaction: a single trait is controlled by two or more genes (each of which has 2 or more alleles).
CHAPTER 15: THE EUKARYOTIC CELL CYCLE- MITOSIS AND MEIOSIS
Chapter 15: The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle- Mitosis and Meiosis
Cytogenetics: the field of genetics that involves the microscopic examination of chromosomes.
Karyotype: a photographic representatio
Chapter 18: Gene Transfer Between Bacteria
Infectious diseases caused by viruses and bacteria are a leading cause of human suffering and death,
accounting for one-quarter to one-third of deaths worldwide.
All organisms are thought to be susceptible to i
Chapter 19: Developmental Genetics
Development: a series of changes in the state of a cell, tissue, organ, or organism. It is the
underlying process that gives rise to the structures and functions of living organisms.
Morphology: the structure or form of
Chapter 23: In Introduction to Evolution
Evolution describes a heritable change in one or more characteristics of a population from one
generation to the next.
o Microevolution: changes in a populations gene pool.
o Macroevolution: changes that create ne
Chapter 27: Archaea and Bacteria
Life of Earth is classified into three domains:
o 1. Domain Eukarya (animals, plants, fungi, and protists-have cells with a eukaryotic structure)
o 2. Domain Archaea (microorganisms with prokaryotic structure)
o 3. Domain
Chapter 24: Population Genetics
Population Genetics: the study of genes and genotypes in a population.
Population: a group of individuals of the same species that occupy the same environment at the same
time. For sexually reproducing species, members of
Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Macroevolution: evolutionary changes that produce new species and groups of species.
Species: a group of related organisms that share a distinctive form in nature and (for sexually reproducing species)
Protein Structure and
Copyright Garland Science 2008
Figure 3-1 Molecular Biology of the Cell ( Garland Science 2008)
Figure 3-2 Molecular Biology of the Cell ( Garland Science 2008)
Figure 3-3a Molecular Biology of the Cell ( Garland S
Molecular Biology of the Cell
Professor: Cesar Arenas-Mena,
Office Hours: Just after class, 6S-140 or 6S-122
Lecture text: Molecular Biology of the Cell. Bruce Alberts, et al. Fifth or Sixth edition.
How to measure the blood
pressure by the
1-Remove the cuff, stethoscope,
pressure gauge, and bulb (also known as
a "bladder") from the kit, taking care to
untangle the various tubes.
2-Sit down at a table or desk where you
The study of living things.
The science of life.
Science = to know
Science is a way of knowing
Biology blends two main scientific
Discovery science observe and describing
Inductive reasoning reasoning derives general
How did we get from here to there?
1. What are the special adaptations of plants to land environment?
2. How are specialized plant structures related to function in the land
3. What are the major trends in the plant kingdom as plant l
HW 4 due next week
Quiz 4 next week. Lab 9 - 12
Have at least one graph/chart showing of plant growth (change in dependent
Optional, but highly encourage: diagram of your set-up, pictures of plants
Use in-text cit
4 major adaptations
Alternation of Generations
Flowers and fruits
3 major reproductive adaptations in the evolution of
1) Reduction of gametophyte (Gametophytes of seed
plants are microsco
Find Assigned Seats
Syllabus and Lab Rules
Scientific method lab activity
Set up Drosophila experiment
How do you conduct Science?
Exploratory : Used when little is know about the fie
If Youre Not Receiving Emails
Log onto Blackboard
1) Home tab
2) Tools panel, click Update Email
3) enter email used
4) click Submit
Ecology, environment, biodiversity project
1.) Survey a study site
Ask a question
Do background researc
I messed up the schedule
Practical has to be next week. 11/29
Poster session 12/6
Set up posters in hallway for professors and other lab
Presentation in lab (Poster or PowerPoint presentation)
Plant experiments need to be cleaned up fr
Introduction to cell division
Re-create with play-doh
Re-create with play-doh
Re-create with play-doh
Prepared slides of cells dividing
Talk with groups about project proposal
Lab 05 Mendelian genetics
Explain basic concepts: genotype, phenotype, allele, dominance,
Build and interpret a Punnett square
Predict the outcome of monohybrid and dihybrid crosses
Explain how sex-linked traits work
Wed 12:50-3:30 pm; 3 Credits
Global Bacterial, Protozoan and
Prerequisite: BIOL 3003
By Prof. Quadri
Infectious diseases are responsible for the death of millions of people worldwide. This
course is designed to provide