Rachelle Cormier
Extra Credit
Microbiology 205
Article 1: Chagas Disease
Trypanosoma cruzi, is a parasite under the subkingdom protozoan. These
parasites are also classified as hemoflagellates; flagellated protozoans through blood
infestation. Trypanosoma
Study Guide Exam 4
1. Functions of the respiratory system:
The exchange of gasses between the
atmosphere and the bloodstream. Oxygen is
picked up from the atmosphere and delivered
to the blood while carbon dioxide is removed
from the blood and enters the
Study Guide for Anatomy Exam
1. Explain Internal Respiration?
2. Explain External Respiration?
3. Where does the primary bronchi enter?
4. How many lobes do the left and right lung have each?
5. What forms the Adams apple?
6. Location of the Adams apple?
LABORATORY 7 BIOFUEL ENZYME ACTIVITY
Learning Objectives
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
BIO 210A: CHAPTER 9 STUDY GUIDE
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
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
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A metabolic pathway begins with a specific
molecule and ends with a product
CHAPTER 9
Each step is catalyzed by a specific enzyme
Cellular Respiration and Fermentation
Enzyme 1
A
Reaction 1
Starting
molecule
Metabolic pathways build up and
break
Objectives:
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
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
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
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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
Due 11/29/16
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
Due 11/29/16
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
Practice Problems Chp. 13 KEY
SAMPLING DISTRIBUTION
For 1 and 2: Packages of laundry soap are labeled 70 oz, but they are actually filled with mean
contents of 70.2 oz and standard deviation 0.6 oz. A student took a random sample of 30 boxes of
the soap a
Practice Problems Chp 17, 18
Answers are provided at the end of the document.
1. When engaging in weight-control (fitness/fat burning) types of exercise, a person is expected to attain
about 60% of their maximum heart rate. For 20-year-olds, this rate is
Chp. 14 Practice Problems KEY
Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Testing
1. A researcher took a sample of the grade point averages for students in his class. For 25 students,
the standard deviation of grade points was 0.65, and the mean was 2.89. A 95% c
Chp. 14 Practice Problems
Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Testing
1. A researcher took a sample of the grade point averages for students in his class. For 25 students,
the standard deviation of grade points was 0.65, and the mean was 2.89. A 95% confi
Lab 4 Bivariate Relationships
25pts
Based on the Anscombe Data
1.
Analyze > Fit Y by X
Paste scatterplots of the three relationships (Y1 on X, Y2 on X and Y3 on X). (1pt)
2. Red arrow > Fit Line (for regression)
Red arrow > Density ellipse > 0.95 (for cor
Name: _
Homework #1 (40pts)
Chapters 1-4 and 7-8
Hard copy due Thursday Sept 22nd at the beginning of class
Directions: Either print out this document and fill in your answers (you will need to create room
for your answers before printing) or put your ans
Homework #2 (40pts)
Due Thursday 10/20
Directions: Please put your answers and show relevant work on a separate sheet of lined paper (you
do not need to print and attach this document). Show your work for full credit!
1. Multiple Choice: A Normal density
Homework #3 (40pts)
Due Tuesday 11/17
Directions: Please put your answer on a separate sheet of lined paper OR directly onto this
assignment. Show your work for full credit!
For all hypothesis tests assume the conditions are met. =0.05
1. A noted psychic
Hypothesis Testing: t tests
Chp. 14 (very end)
Chp. 17
Chp. 18
Types of statistical inference
Confidence intervals estimating a population
parameter
Tests of significance assess the evidence provided by
data about some claim concerning a population
Mak
Regression
Chp. 23
Lecture Outline
1. Review
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Scatterplots
Correlation
Best-fit/Regression line
JMP Output
Regression as a Hypothesis Test
Conditions for inference
Interpreting Residual Plots
Example: Oysters
Confidence interv
Intro to Probability,
Density curves and
Normal curves
Lecture Outline
Why is probability (the math of chance behavior) needed to
understand statistics?
1. Introduction to Probability
2. Density Curves
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Normal Distributions
The 68-95-99.
Introduction to ChiSquare Tests
Chapter 21
Lecture Outline
Review
Significance
Variable Types
Chi-Square Tests
One-way Tables
Two-way Tables
Review: Significance
What is significance?
When there is sufficient evidence to reject the null.
Sufficient
Sampling
distributions and
SEM
Chp. 13
Lecture Outline
Statistical inference: using information from a sample to infer
something about a wider population
1. Review
2. Normal Quantile Plots
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7.
Chp. 11
Parameter vs Statistics
Sampling Distribut