Biorhythms are cycles that attempt to describe energy levels or capacities
for performance in various areas. The three "primary" biorhythms are:
physical (23 days), describing your physical energy, reflexes, strength,
emotional (28 days), describi
Civil War Battles Assignment Part II
Directions: I realize that it would be extremely difficult/impossible to learn
and remember all the different battles fought during the Civil War. However,
there are several that are very historic and impo
Slavery and Western Expansion
Directions: Use your textbook (pages 108 to 113) to answer the following questions
about the issue of slavery, politics, and the West during the Middle of the 1800s in
America. PUT YOUR ANS
There are a couple of ideas that I agree with from both people. Also there are things that I
dont agree with. Immigration is a very disputed subject. Also in this election it is a key factor on
who you vote for and who you dont vote for.
The thing I agree
There comes a time when scoopin poop is just too crappy of a job. After two years of
scoopin poop I havent gotten one raise. The drama down there is about as much drama as an
actually drama class. I am declaring my independence from scoopin poop. I am tak
1) I would have been on Govern Berkeleys side. I wouldve been on Berkeleys side
because he had been running Jamestown for a very long time. He was well respected
and knew what he was doing. He had no trouble until Bacon came along. Plus Ber
Candy Sugar Mix-Up
Osmosis Lab of Unknowns
Problem: One day a candy maker got ready to make some of his favorite
candies. He needed several different concentrations of sugar water for the
different types of candy. When he made the sugar solutions he forgo
Genetics Chapter 13 Study Guide
Name _ Test is _
1. What is the genetic makeup of an individual with Cri-du-chat?
2. What is the most common autosomal aneuploidy?
3. What type of chromosome has its centromere near a tip so that it has one
long arm and one
GENETICS FINAL STUDY GUIDE
CHAPTER 9 DNA Structure and Replication
Experiments identify and describe the genetic material
DNA is the heredity molecule (scientists involved?)
DNA is the heredity molecule and protein is not (scientists involved?)
Chapter 13 Cytogenetics - the subdiscipline within genetics that focuses on chromosome
I. Abnormal number of copies of genes or chromosomes can lead to genetic
A. Chromosome anomalies may cause _ abnormalities.
B. Wendy Weisz has Down syndr
The Age of Genomics
This chapter focuses on the global effort to sequence the human
genome and the genomes of a diverse collection of organisms in
order to create the field of comparative genomics. A wide variety of
CHAPTER 12 GENE MUTATIONS STUDY GUIDE
Name _ Date Due _ Period _
1. List the different types of physical changes in DNA that constitute a mutation.
2. Why do you think the rates of spontaneous mutation are based on observations of
The Molecular Genetics of Cancer
Date Due _
1. What does transformation mean concerning cancer cells?
2. What is thought to be the original source of oncogenes?
3. What might cause a cell to think it is constantly being instructed
Genetics Chapter 10 Study Guide
Date Due _
Multiple choice questions:
1. RNA and DNA are both nucleic acids, and thus share many common properties.
However, they are different, too. DNA has _ as its sugar component,
and contain the unique
Genetics 10.3 Reading Guide
1. Why do proteins fold? (why does it occur)
2. What effect does water have on protein folding?
3. The amino acid sequence of a protein is termed its _
4. What might the secondary structure of
10.2 Reading Guide Translation of a Protein
1. The correspondence between the chemical languages of mRNA and protein is
known as the _.
2. When Crick describes the adaptor molecule what was he describing?
3. Why must the codons be three ba
10.1 Transcription The Link Between Gene and Protein Reading Guide
Date Due _
1. What is the bridge between the gene and protein?
2. How are DNA and RNA different? (Identify 4 ways)
3. What type of base is uracil?
4. What are the three typ
Biotech Chapter 9 Study Guide
Test is _
1. The transforming agent was identified as DNA by
b. Avery et al.
c. Hershey and Chase
d. Watson and Crick
2. If a DNA molecule contains 20% A, approximately what percentage of G is pres
9.4 PCR- Directing DNA Replication Reading Guide
1. What do the letters PCR stand for?
2. What are three uses for PCR?
3. Who won the Nobel Prize for developing PCR?
4. What does PCR rapidly replicate?
5. What are the four requirements for
9.3 DNA Replication Reading Guide
As you read 9.3, please answer the following questions.
1. Why is the term semi-conservative used to describe DNA replication?
2. What is conservative replication?
3. What is dispersive replication?
How to Use a Micropipet
1. Students will review the parts of a micropipet
2. Students will review how each part works
3. Students will learn how to load a gel using a micropipet
4. Students will learn how to put on a tip
5. Students wil
Genetics Case Study of Watson and Cricks paper
Date Due _
Read the paper and then the read the case study. Have both papers for completion of this
1. What are the four key characteristics of this model of DNA?
2. How old were Wa