Out of Class Assignment Bio 239 Answer
form Fall 2006
1. How many defects are there in the Teratology of Fallot? (x1 point)
2. List them below: (x4 points)
3. What is the tissue and structure that forms an electrical block between the
HW - Evolution
1) Evolution is best described as
A) change over time
B) improvement over time
C) change for the better
D) change for the worse across generations
BIOLOGY 109-25685 GENERAL BIOLOGY LECTURE, TTH, FALL, 2016
PQ 8 ON CHS 6 & 22- 10/27/2016
Instructor: Patricia L. Mansfield, Ph.D.
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one a
Chapters 2 3
What? Chemistry? I thought this
was Biology class!
Cells are made of small molecules which
involve understanding chemistry!
Remember the hierarchy of life?
Matter = anything that takes up space &
Professor Emily Corona, MSc.
If you are addingstay and chill so I
know how many I can add.
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This Summer Class:
One day = _
Metabolism: Energy & Enzymes
Energy is the ability to do work or bring about change
Cells need energy Jobs
Kinetic energy =
energy of motion
Potential energy =
Chemical vs. Mechanical Energy
Lecture 8: Molecular basis
Searching for the genetic
The genetic material
are located on chromosomes
Chromosomes are made of DNA and proteins:
which molecule stores the information?
Griffith first described bacterial transformati
Structure and Function of
Proteins Nucleic Acids
Each biological molecule is composed of
Monomer units are joined by
Dehydration synthesis reactions (also
ecture 7: Cell Communicatio
Cells talk to one another
A signal transduction
is a series of steps by
which a signal on a cells surface is converted into a
specific cellular response
Lecture 6: Membrane
structure and Function
(107 times per second)
( once per month)
Movement of phospholipids
A. Phospholipid bilayer
B. Proteins: in a sea of phospholipids
1. Selective per
Lecture 4: From Gene to
Genes do nothing unless they are
The genes of an organism are specified by the DNA
sequences carried on its chromosome(s)
DNA sequences lead to particular traits by
directing protein synthesis in the cells
The Chemical Content of Life
Common elements in living
C = Carbon
O = Oxygen
P = Phosphorus
96.3% of the
human body mass
H = Hydrogen
N = Nitrogen
S = Sulfur
Matter: chemical elements
in pure for
Lecture 1: The Study of
Bill Amend 2014
Inquiring about the world
Biology is the scientific study of life
Biologists ask questions such as:
What is the basis of a disease?
How does a single cell develop into an
organism with trillions of
1. Using the supplies provided, make a model of the human
heart. All chambers, valves, and major blood vessels must be
included. Label all structures and add arrows that indicate
direction of blood flow.
2. Take a photo of the model. Print out
What is a hydrolytic enzyme?
Hydrolytic enzymes break down protein, carbohydrate, and fat molecules into their simplest
What is meant by optimum pH?
It is the optimum pH that your body functions at its best.
Why does the optimum pH
1. What is the primary organ of the male reproductive system?
2. What is the primary organ of the female reproductive
3. Describe how form fits function in the three regions of sperm
4. What are the components of semen
Tina Zuo, Fiona Costa, Isabella Nyerges, Diana Oviedo
10 May 2016
(Diana) Intro: The endoparasite we had was the Taenia Saginata, which is commonly referred to
as the beef tapeworm or the unarmed tapeworm (which we will ta
Chp. 12.1-12.3 Directed Reading
1. Describe the general structure, function, and location of the heart.
2. What are the interatrial and interventricular septa? Explain their importance in the concept of
form fits function in the heart. Hypothesize what mi
Respiratory System FAQ
Directions: Use your text to discover the answer to the frequently asked question to which your group
was assigned. You will then use a slide of the respiratory tract provided by the teacher to explain the
answer to the class. You a
Respiratory System Histology Lab
1. Find the pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelial tissue on the slide. (There will be several
tissue types on that single slide.) Diagram on high power.
Why is this tissue called pseudostratified?
What type of tiss
LAB: Cow Eye Dissection
Objective: Observe the structures that comprise the eye ball and relate how they work together to make
1. Use the bone shears to trim the fat away from the eye ball. Try to leave the muscle in place.
LAB: Observing Lice
Observe adaptations for parasitism in lice. How does form fit function?
Compare different species of lice.
Analyze how lice have provided evidence regarding human evolution.
1. Diagram Phthirus pubis using the
LAB: Blood Typing
Perform the actual test that checks for agglutination.
Practice, study, and analyze the structures and concepts involved with blood agglutination.
1. See the "Student Instructions" sheet in the lab kit. Follow th
Semester Two Anatomy Final Exam Study Guide
Nervous System (Chapter 8)
1) Organs and functions; CNS/PNS
a) Maintenance of homeostasis: sensory input, integration, and motor output.
b) CNS vs. PNS.
i) Central Nervous System
(1) Gray matter (contains cell b
Fill-in and matching questions for Chapter 8 of Maders Understanding Human
Anatomy & Physiology 7/e
This part of the motor nervous system supplies smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, organs and
The many short extensions that receive signals from
Sequence of Blood flow through the Heart
Blood returns to the right atrium of the heart from the body through the
superior and inferior vena cava.
Blood flows from the right atrium into the next chamber, the right ventricle.
The blood as it does so flows
Spring Midterm Review Questions
In which organ of the GI would you find the plicae circulares?
The helicotrema is found:
The otoliths are used to detect:
Haustra are a feature of the:
The hypothalamus controls all of the following except for:
The area wit