Biology 1406-71426
Instructor name: Neela Dinesh
Maheymina Siddiqui
09/18/2016
Lab report 2: Enzymes, factors affecting activity
Purpose:
Enzymes are proteins produced by cells that act as catalyst in
Biomolecules in Food Experiment
To see the different biomolecules present in many types of food and determine a healthy diet to live by.
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SCHIZOPHRENIA
Characteristics of schizophrenia:
The most common mistake that people have about schizophrenia is
that the schizophrenic has multiple personalities.
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Campbell Biology Study Guide- Test 2:
Chapter 5: Biomolecules:
1. Know the concept of monomer and polymer. Know the examples of natural and
artificial polymers discussed in class.
2. Know the reaction
Schools of statistics
Frequentist: probabilities have a frequency interpretation. Prior
knowledge is not formally incorporated into statistical analyses
(parametric vs. nonparametric)
Bayesian: probab
CHAPTER 7
Test of Hypothesis
Involving Two Samples
Tests of hypothesis Involving Two
Samples
We are typically sampling from two
populations and we are comparing their
means or variances. In experiment
CHAPTER 8
k-Sample Tests of Hypothesis: The Analysis of Variance
k-Sample Tests of Hypothesis: The
Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
So far we have studied hypothesis testing
involving one or two samples.
CHAPTER 3
Probability Distributions
Introduction
A random variable is a variable whose actual value is
determined by chance operations. We will consider
discrete and continuous random variables in thi
Study problems from the book (3rd edition) for exam 1 are listed below. If you have the second edition
of the book notice that the answers uploaded include the questions. I know there is a lot of repe
CHAPTER 2
Introduction to Probability
Birthday problem
Birthday problem
In this classroom, what is the probability of having at least
two students having the same birthday?
a)Less than 50%
b)Between 5
CHAPTER 4
Sampling Distributions
4.1 Definitions
A simple random sample is a sample size n drawn from a
population of size N in such a way that every possible
sample of size n has the same probability
s=
( X i X )2
SE=
n1
nCk=
n!
k ! ( nk ) !
P ( A 1 A 2 )=P ( A 1 )P (A 2)
P ( A 2|A 1 )=
f ( x )=
Z=
X
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nPk=
P ( A 1 A2 ) =P ( A 1 ) + P ( A 2 )P( A 1 A 2)
P ( A 1 A 2 )=P ( A 2| A1 )P( A1 )
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CHAPTER 6
One-Sample Tests of
Hypothesis
6.1 Hypotheses Involving the Mean
( )
Example 6.1, page 155 (third edition)
6.2 Hypotheses Involving the
Variance (2)
Oftentimes the question asked about a sam
Chapter 5: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
You need to know:
a. Understand what a P value is and how we make decisions about hypothesis testing based on p
values and level of significance ().
b. St
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Why Politicians Plagiarize So Often
The practice of taking someone elses work or ideas and passing them off as one's own,
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Enzyme Pre-Lab
Introduction
Of all the elements and compounds that help make life possible, none ranks higher in
importance than the group of molecules called enzymes. Enzymes are biological
catalysts