Identification of GMO Foods Using PCR
By: Hiep Ha
Partners: Savanah, Jeff, Samara
Professor Jennifer R. Carmichael
San Diego Mesa Community College
July 28, 2015
Corn, soy, peanut and sugar cane are pretty much different from
BIO 210A: CHAPTER 9 STUDY GUIDE
1. Describe the general definition of cellular respiration and relate it to anaerobic respiration,
aerobic respiration, and fermentation.
2. Define the and recognize examples of the followin
A metabolic pathway begins with a specific
molecule and ends with a product
Each step is catalyzed by a specific enzyme
Cellular Respiration and Fermentation
Metabolic pathways build up and
The purpose of this lab is to gain experience in working with vector quantities. The lab involves the
demonstration of the process of the addition of several vectors to form a resultant vector.
Graphical solutions for the addition of vectors w
BIO 210A: CHAPTER 8 STUDY GUIDE
1. Define and interrelate the following terms: metabolism, anabolism, catabolism,
thermodynamics, catalyst, substrate, reactant, product, active site, energy of activation
1. What factors in Chinese culture contributed to China's reluctance to industrialize during
the nineteenth century?
During the 19th century china still remained very conservative. They felt that no other
nation was advanced as them so they chose to isola
Cleanup Activity 3
Place Parafilm on standards S1-S5 cuvettes and store in the box on your desk.
Discard liquid in pH 5, pH 6.3, and pH 8.6 cuvettes in the waste container in the fume hood.
Discussion & Analysis
The objective of this experiment was to determine the Gibbs free energy change, the
enthalpy change, and the entropy change, all at new equilibrium conditions, for the dissociation
reaction of KNO3. The conclusion for the experiment
Lab 10: Data Sheet
1. Why is it necessary to chelate the metal ions from solution during the boiling/lysis step at 100C? What
would happen if you did not use a chelating agent such as the InstaGene matrix?
Chelating the metal ions result in t
Lab 11: Bacterial Transformation Data Sheet
1. To genetically transform an entire organism, you must insert the new gene(s) into every cell
in the organism. Which organism is better suited for total genetic transformationone
composed of many
Lab Exercise #6 Data Sheet 15 points
1. What were the original hypotheses proposed for the diffusion distance of each dye in Exercise 1.
The hypotheses proposed was that if one mass was bigger than the distance travel would be slower than the
one that has
Study guide 2
1. Metabolism is the sum of chemical reaction in an organism.
Catabolism: provides energy and building
blocks for anabolism
Anabolism: uses energy and building blocks to
build large molecules
2. Control metabolic pathways by catalyzing chem
Lecture Study Guide Two (Chapters 6- 13)
Note: For some items on the study guide, there are hints/answers in italics. They would not be part of
an exam question.
Chapter 6 Microbial Metabolism
Define metabolism and explain the diffe
Practice Short Answer Questions
Lecture Exam #1 (Chapters 1, 3, 4, 5)
Note: Three of the 6-7 short answer questions on the exam will be taken from this list. In some
cases, I have added hints in italic to help you study. These hints would NOT be part of a
Running head: MICROBIOLOGY
Microbiology Assignment-Pneumonia in Bogalusa
Pneumonia in Bogalusa
Part one: Fill in the following for pneumonia in Bogalusa
i. Prevalence in 2014
The prevalence in 2014 was 300 cases
BIOL 205 Homework #3 (10 points)
Complete this assignment working individually. Use your text book and lecture slides as
1. List one physical and one chemical factor that can prevent pathogenic microbes from entering
through the skin and
LABORATORY 7 BIOFUEL ENZYME ACTIVITY
Upon Successful completion of this laboratory, you will be able to
1. Describe how enzymes catalyze chemical reactions without being used up.
2. Interpret how