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Class Day and Ti me
1. Varying Forms of a gene are
2. Alleles that are only expressed when they are inherited from both parents are
3. An individual who has one dominant and one
Diffusion and Cell Membranes II
Define the following terms: hypotonic, isotonic and hypertonic.
To determine if osmosis and diffusion both occur through a selectively permeable membrane.
To observe the effects of hypotonic, isotonic
In 1865 an Austrian monk, Gregor Mendel, presented the results of painstaking experiments on the
inheritance of the garden pea. Those results were heard, but not understood, by Mendel's audience. In 1866,
Mendel published h
Diffusion and Cell Membranes - I
Define the following terms: solute, solvent, concentration gradient, osmotic pressure, and
Define the following processes and identify the characteristics that distinguish them fr
1. PROPHASECHROMATIN FIBERS BECOMES MORE TIGHTLY COILED, CONDENSING INTO DISCRETE CHROMOSOMES
OBSERVABLE WITH LIGHT MICROSCOPE.
EACH DUPLICATED CHROMOSOME APPEARS AS TWO IDENTICAL SISTER CHROMATIDS JOINED AT
( Susan Matthews and Graeme Lindbeck)
Describe the roles played by light and pigments in photosynthesis.
Identify the pigments involved in photosynthesis by thin layer chromatography.
Determine the wavelengths most
REVIEW FOR CHAPTERS 5-7
1. Light microscope, scanning electron microscope and transmission electron
microscope differences and specific uses for each.
2. Similarities and differences between plant and animal cells. Organelles and
structures unique to plan
REVIEW LAB 8 & PRE-LAB 9
1. What metabolic processes were occurring with the three seed types used in lab? Germinated,
ungerminated and boiled germinated. What reactants and what products formed?
2. Phenol red served what purpose in the experiment? Phenol
REVIEW BSC1010C CHAPTERS 15, 16, 17
Chap. 15: Thomas Hunt Morgan crossed did genetic crosses with fruit flies. When he crossed
red eyed flies the F1 generation was all red-eyed. Why did the F2 from this cross have white
eyed males? Page 288-290 X-linked g
REVIEW LAB 7
What were the enzymes and catalysts used in the lab experiments.
What are the effects of temperature, pH and substrate concentration on enzyme activity.
Purpose and function of enzymes in biological reactions.
What factor or factors effect an
REVIEW LAB 4 AND PRE-LAB 5
1. How to make a prepared slide.
2. Similarities and differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and
their classifications with examples.
3. Similarities and differences between plant and animal cells and their
Atoms, Chemical Bonds and pH
1. At the end of the laboratory the student should be able to dene these words and use
them in appropriate context:
Determine the genotype for traits from observation of the individual.
Do genetics problems involving autosomal dominance, autosomal recessive, incompletely
dominant, co-dominant and X-linked recessive alleles.
The Scientific Method
To understand the central role of hypothesis testing in the modern scientific process.
To design and conduct an experiment using the scientific method.
To learn how to summarize and draw conclusions from data.
( Susan Matthews and Graeme Lindbeck)
To describe oxidation and reduction in terms of electron and H+ transfer.
To distinguish anaerobic from aerobic cellular respiration in terms of ATP, oxygen, and
REVIEW CHAP. 12-14
1. All stages/phases associated with mitosis and meiosis. Details including but not limited to
quantity of DNA and chromosome number.
2. Determine each stage in mitosis and meiosis by what processes are occurring and what is
REVIEW CHAP. 8,9,10
Fully understand the terms and processes related to the following: dehydration, hydrolysis,
anabolic, catabolic, endothermic, exothermic, endergonic, exergonic. Also, be able to relate
these as they apply to photosynthesis and cellular
LAB 10 AND PRE-LAB 11 REVIEW
1. Stages contained in the processes of Interphase, Mitosis and Meiosis.
2. Purpose and end results of each of the processes of Mitosis and Meiosis.
3. Be able to identify and define each step in the process of Mitosis and Mei
Consequences of Point Mutations
Within the Coding Sequence
of a Structural Gene