Biology: General Concentration
minimum 128 credits; Basic Proficiencies; 5 General Education courses, in areas other than Math and Science
Students who place out of any of the Basic Proficiencies listed will have additional elective credits.
The efforts for Reconstruction took hold in the South following Northern victory of the
civil war. The effects of the war left the South destroyed and the North understood that there
was a necessary need to devise an effort to rebuild the South and readmi
The Informative Speech
The purpose of an informative speech is to share reliable factual information that you have
acquired through research. It is not intended to promote a policy or opinion; rather, it seeks
to provide a foundation for people to better
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The United States and the Soviet Union: The Brink of War
The Cold War was the term that was used to describe the tension and hostility carried out
between the Soviet Union and the United St
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Wedding Traditions Across Cultures Around the World
Informative Speech Plan
General Purpose:To Inform
Specific Purpose:To educate my classmates on traditions and practices that are unique to cultures
around the world.
Brief Description o
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Jeremy D. Hopwood, et al.
Research Article the identification and synthesis of lead apatite minerals formed in lead water pipes
Hindawl publishing corporation journal of che
The Cold War affected everything, from political ideology, foreign and domestic policy, to the presidency
and the individual lives of Americans. The fall of the Iron Curtain in Eastern Europe, the union of
Germany, the disintegration and subsequent ending
1. Growth Curve
a. Lag Phase
b. Exponential Growth phase (Log)
i. Plenty of nutrients
c. Plateau Phase
i. Buildup of waste products-toxic environment
ii. Limiting nutrients
iii. Dense qty/competition
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THIS ACTIVITY IS SUPPORTED BY AN EDUCATIONAL GRANT FROM
MLNLYCKE HEALTH CARE.
Advanced Wound Management in the Retail
Setting: Role of the Pharmacist
Rose L. Hamm, PT, DPT, CWS,
Epithelial tissue characteristics in general- the characteristics of epithelial
tissue are that they have no blood vessels, they are tightly packed, free apical and
attached basel membranes, has a basement membrane, nourish by diffusion,
many cell junctio
Genetics is the study of genes including the structure of genetic materials, what information is stored in the genes,
how the genes are expressed and how the genetic information is transferred. Genetics is also the study of heredity
BIOL 1510 Principles of Biology
Chapter 8 in Raven et al.
Anatomy of photosynthesis
A brief history of the subject
Light-independent reactions/Calvin Cycle
Variations on a th
Mendelian Genetics Problems #3
DIRECTIONS: On a separate piece of paper answer the following questions. Make sure to label each problem and
support your answers by showing ALL your work!
1. In rabbits, floppy ears are rece
EVERYTHINGS AN ARGUMENT
IS EVERYTHING AN ARGUMENT?
Groups you join
Unspoken arguments about who you are
and what you value.
IS EVERYTHING AN ARGUMENT?
An argument can be any text:
Blunt & Aggressive
Chapters 20, 22, 23
1)Stirrings of Imperialism
a)The New Manifest Destiny
i)American attention shifted to foreign lands b/c closing of the frontier
1890s led some to fear natural resources would dwindle and must be
found abroad, grow
Abstract: The development of oncolytic viruses has led to an emerging new class of cancer therapeutics.
A new generation of more potent oncolytic viruses needs to be exploited, following our better
understanding of the complex interactions between the tum
Aftermath of World War I
Attack on Civil Liberties and Betrayal at Versailles
I. Attack on Civil Liberties
A. Committee on Public Information propaganda effectively cast Germans as evil force in World
B. Espionage and Sedition Acts
Proteins are highly complex substances that is present in all living organisms. Isolation of proteins can be
done from their native source and then purified by different methods. The techniques utilized depends
on the differences in parameter
Blood vessels and heart
Moves blood in a closed circuit
Hardly accessible for microorganisms
If infection occurs, it is systemic (reaches all
organs and tissues)
Viremia, bacteremia, fungemia
What is the basic premise/goal of science?
Logic + evidence that has been gathered through testing
What traits define scientific inquiry?
Key properties of science
Mid-Term 2 Study Guide
Evolution- Much of this is addressed in my lecture notes as your book is quite brief on this
Understand the great importance of genetic diversity (alleles) in evolution.
What is the proper definition for evolution?
14.1 Defense Mechanisms of the Host in Perspective
Immunities first, second, and third line of defense
Lymphocytes white blood cells
Lysozyme enzyme that hydrolyzes the peptidoglycan
In cell wall of bacteria.
14.2 The 2nd and 3rd Line
4.1 Bacterial Form and Function
Bacteria are able to carry out
reproduction, metabolism, and
Act differently in groups.
Nanowires communication by
transferring electrons outside
the cell onto metals.
8.1 The Metabolism of Microbes
Metabolism all chemical reactions and physical workings of the cell
Anabolism/biosynthesis synthesis of cell molecules and structures
Catabolism break bonds of larger molecules into smal
Microbial Nutrition, Ecology, and Growth
7.1 Microbial Nutrition
Essential nutrients for microbes are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, & sulfur. CHONPS
Macronutrients required in large quantities and play roles in cell
Physical and Chemical Control of Microbes
11.1 Controlling Microorganisms
Sterilization removal/destruction of all viable microorganisms. Used on inanimate objects
Disinfection removal/destruction of vegetative pathogens, not endospo
Study Guide Answers
1. A. Picture-prokayrotes and eukaryotes
B. Gram positive thick cell walls
Gram Negative thin cell wells (no peptidoglycan)
C. Hundreds of thousands
G. Axial filaments wrap around the ce