Plant Diversity and Identification
Biology 212 lab report
Introduction: In the plant diversity lab, we investigated the structure of a flower, the
difference between monocots and dicots, and described different types o
Ch. 35 Stem Structure and Transport
Support and stability for leaves and reproductive structures
Transportation of water and nutrients
Phloem transfers sugars from leaves to the roots
Xylem transfers water and nutrients from the roots to th
The Power of
Protein order involves
the organization of
Amino Acids in a
protein determines its
shape and function
Proteins are organic molecules
made up of amino acids the
building blocks of life. These
Final diet analysis
After calculating my BMR, which is a formula that takes basic variables such as your age,
weight and height and provides you with the number of calories you might burn each day if you
were inactive for that day. The calor
Everyone wants to be a beast but when it comes down to doing what beast do who
really wants it? When you are an athlete you play your sport with the love and
passion you grew up feeling for it. I grew up pla
Nutrition Final Exam Study Guide
Nutrient Density v Energy Density
Nutrient density- characteristic used to determine a foods nutritional quality
Energy density- determined by comparing calorie content w/ the weight of food
Diet Analysis Summary
Through this three-day diet analysis of what I ate for lunch, I had an average total
calories of 262.1, average total carbohydrates of 6.6g, average total fats of 74.5, an
average protein total of 40.2g,
Ethical Issue Assignment
1.What is the ethical issue in this situation?
The Ethical issue in this situation would be that there is no proper method
being accepted for the allowance of total purchase price over land and
building. They are try
Diet analysis 3:Dinner
In this diet analysis we had to look more into the vitamins that we consumer with
our dinner. My calories (kcal) was 834.75, Vitamin B6 was .22mg, B12 was .86mcg , VitK came to 495.27mg, Vit-C was 8.74mg. There were al
I put what I ate for breakfast into the nutritioncalc for 4 days. While doing
this I calculated my RDA, BMR, and my EER. While doing this, my RDA for protein is
60.4g , carbs 2164 kcal, lipids 721
Nerve review sheet
Cranial: Know them by name and number. Be able to identify the location of each. Know the general
Know where each spinal nerve exits the spinal column (C1-C7 above named vertebrae, C8 nerves below
C7 vertebra, T1-T12, L
Correctly name the joints formed by the following pairs of bones. (See the list of joint names on p. 170171 (table 11.1): Be able to identify them on a model. Also indicate which bone features (from the
bone review sheet) are involved in each articulation
Brain study guide
* Lab exam: You should be able to identify the regions on a sheep brain that you looked at in lab.
The following is information you will need to know for the lecture exam.
Brain: Know the major parts of the brain (Cerebrum, Cerebellum, D
BIOL 304 Bones study guide
For all listed bones, be able to identify and locate the bone and the listed features. You should also be
able to determine the proper orientation for each bone (superior vs inferior surfaces, later vs medial,
left or right etc)
Chapter 15 terms- Genetics
1. -galactosidase: Hydrolase enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of B-galactosides.
2. Allosteric: The site to which the effector binds.
3. Antiterminator hairpin: Forms in the absence of tryptophan because the ribosome
1. Replication bubble and fork: Where replication is occurring, the strands of the helix
are unwound, creating a replication fork.
2. Semiconservative: One DNA strand from the old and one from the new.
3. When does DNA replication occur in the
Test Review: use your book to read through the first three chapters to find the answers. Dont forget the
index to help you look up answers.
What % water is the human body on average according to your text? 60%
What are the major components of the cardiova
The components of natural selection:
1. Variation individuals vary
2. Inheritance these varying traits are heritable
3. Varying degrees of reproductive success some individuals will
reproduce more than others
How natural selection works
Genetic Mutation Ch. 16 NOtes
Mutations can involve the duplication of large sections of DNA, usually through genetic
recombination. These duplications are a major source of raw material for evolving new genes,
with tens to hundreds of genes duplicated in
Ch. 13 Evolution on a Small Scale
When some alleles become more common in a population, and other less
common, from one generation to the next.
Therefore, it does not happen at the level of individuals within a
Evolution provides us a means
DNA Technology Ch 11 Notes
DNA Function: Recap
Organisms genome is all of the genetic material in its cells
Much DNA has no known function (i.e. makes no protein)
A gene encodes specific protein or RNA
Human genome has ~23,
Ch. 12 Notes
Transgenic organisms are able to express foreign genes because the
genetic code is similar for all organisms.
This means that a specific DNA sequence will code for the same
protein in all organisms.
Due to this similari
Artificial Selection Ch. 14 Notes
Humans choose desirable traits and breed only those best
expressing those traits
E.g. wild mustard (not a very tasty plant) was artificially bred to give rise
to many mustard greens.
Quiz 1 Review Chpt 11
We currently have the technology to clone humans.
1. The two cells were fused using a small electrical current.
2. An embryo was implanted into a "surrogate mother."
3. All nuclear DNA was removed from a sperm.
4. A ce
Quiz 2 Review CHpt 10
Which of the following makes the cloning of dinosaurs a difficult task?
A) there are not enough dinosaur fossils.
B) dinosaurs never had DNA.
C) cloning cannot be done unless the
species is still living.
D) DNA gradually degrades ove
Quiz 4 Review Chpt 13
Selective breeding, to enhance specific traits in a species, is an example of
A) usually lead to sterile individuals.
B) are random.
C) are always beneficial.
D) occur to solve problems f
Quiz Review 3 Chpt 12
Populations are capable of evolving by the passing on of acquired traits from their
interactions with their environment.
Microevolution is best defined as
A)creation of a new allele.
B)changes in allele frequencies i
LECTURE 24 ENERGY
Work - Application of force through a distance.
Energy - The capacity to do work.
Power - Rate at which work is done or rate of flow of energy.
Units of energy
Joule- Amount of work done when a force of 1 Newton is exerted over 1 me