Final Exam Review
Each problem is labeled as to which section the problem was taken from)
1. Statistica.com reported in 2014 that the mean number of Facebook friends for 18 to 24 year-olds is 649.
Assume the distributio
1407 Final exam study guide
Be sure to know all the definitions and examples
population distribution (examples)
1407 Exam 3 Study guide
27 and 28
Plants- Ch 27
What are the relatives of plants?
Four major groups of plants
Seedless vascular plants
Lycophyta- club mosses, spike mosses and quillworts
Exam 2 study guide
What do they tell us?
Why are they so hard to find?
law of superposition
Ch 29 Acoelomates and Protostomes
level of organization
Study guide exam 1 Classification, Ch 19, 20 and 21
Know all the terms, definitions, people, examples of definitionseverything.
Know in order the classification/taxonomy
Who came up with bionomical nomenclature?
1407 Lab midterm study guide.
You will need to know how to make a schematic dichotomous key and a numeric dichotomous key.
I will give you five organisms and you will use those organisms to make the keys.
Natural selection toothpick lab
REVIEW IT: Identify risk factors and explain their relationships to chronic diseases
Alcohol: detrimental to the liver =liver failure, cirrhosis; worsen conditions for cancer
Cigarette: pulmonary disease, lung cancer; risk for diabetes and inflammatory di
1 An Overview of Nutrition
Nutrition in Your Life
20,000 meals in your life
Body uses nutrients to make all its components, fuel all its activities, and defend itself against diseases.
Nutrition- the science of the nutrients in foods and their actions wit
1.3 The Science of Nutrition
LEARN IT: Explain the scientific method and how scientists use various types of research studies and
methods to acquire nutrition information.
The science of nutrition is the study of the nutrients and other substances in food
1.5 Nutrition Assessment
LEARN IT: Explain how the four assessment methods are used to detect energy and nutrient
deficiencies and excesses.
If the deficiency or excess is significant over time, the person experiences symptoms of malnutrition.
With a defi
1.2 The Nutrients
LEARN IT: Name the 6 major classes of nutrients and identify which are organic and which yield
We are biological beings that eat for nourishment. Arranged atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, and organs.
Ongoing growth, maintenance,
1.6 Diet and Health
LEARN IT: Identify several risk factors and explain their relationships to chronic diseases.
Rickets and scurvy, the vitamin D- and vitamin C- deficiency diseases. Developed countries have
successfully defended against nutrient deficie
1.4 Dietary Reference Intakes
LEARN IT: Define the four categories of the DRI and explain their purposes.
Nutrition experts have produced a set of standards that define the amounts of energy, nutrients, other
dietary components, and physical activity that
1.1 Food Choices
LEARN IT: Describe how various factors influence personal food choices.
People decide what to eat, when to eat, how much to eat, and even whether to eat in highly personal
ways based on a complex interaction of genetic, behavioral, or soc
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1. What is a gene? State the defin
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Is it viable for the cells to be frozen, heated, and refrozen?
What proteins in cells allow them to have a memory?
What is the purpose of cell division?
Why is there not a cure for the troubling diseases if there is a divis
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1. Does a cell have enough energy to grow bigger?
2. Is mitochondria a bacterium with a strong electrical charge?
3. This cell structure is the cell's boundary from its environment
Northwest Vista College, Biology 1406 Laboratory
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Many organisms make and break down nutrients that fall into the classes of compounds called
macromolecules. There are four types of macromo
Study guide Exam 1 (BIOL 1406)
Exam 1 will be on Thursday 9-8-16
Chapters 1-4 are included in the exam. Study guide for each lecture has been posted on the last slide of
Exam Format will be
What we are going to do Today?
3- Instructions for the course and home work
Instructions for the Course
1100 % Attendance is required for lecture and lab. Attendance
make 5% of your grades. (Both tardiness
A Tour of the Cell
Reading Assignment: Chapter 4
1- State the basic tools used in the study of cell Concept 1
2- Compare/contrast prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Concept 2
3- Compare/contrast plant and animal cells Concept 2
4- State the stru
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Reaction Time Lab: A simulation of the scientific method
Reaction time is the amount of time it takes to act upon a stimulus in your environment. A
stimulus is something that causes you to respond, like a pinprick, or an object movin