Lab #2 Analysis HINTS
OPL: First Impressions
Warning: this is the most challenging lab to analyze in lab #2 (might want to save for last).
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Name Andrea Marquez
LABORATORY REPORT FORM
All answers to the following questions are to be typed in the spaces below, printed, and turned in
at the beginning of the next lab meeting. You must also include printouts of a
Chapter 8 (Gases)
1. In the kinetic molecular theory of gas behavior, particles of a gas tend to move _ and
collisions between them are _.
A. Rapidly, rare
B. Rapidly, elastic
C. Slowly, rare
D. Slowly, unusual
E. Slowly, elastic
2. The boiling point of
Lab Practical Review
Isolation of genomic DNA
What cells were used?
Specifically, what DNA is isolated?
What are the general steps (NOT specific buffers used!)?
What is the purpose of the column?
What is PCR and what is it used for?
Properties of Enzymes
BIOL 1500 DA1 (31990)
18 March 2016
In the Properties of Enzyme lab, the effect of varied pH levels was examined, enzyme
concentration and temperature on the catalytic rate of the enzyme alkaline phos
Robyn Richards 1
Cellular Respiration is the process by which organisms chemically oxidize organic compounds as
a means of generating the energy-rich molecule, adenosine triphosphate (ATP). In this lab, the
rate of aerobic cellular respiration wa
Photosynthesis is an important anabolic process that utilizes carbon dioxide, water, and light
energy to produce glucose and oxygen. The oxygen is often released as a waste product by
plants, but serves a much greater purpose when used by humans.
Chapter 3 Basic Principles of Heredity
3.1 Gregory Mendel Discovered the Basic Principles of Heredity
Finally, Mendel was successful because he adopted an experimental approach and
interpreted his results by using mathematics
Gene is a
Cell Structure and Function: Part 1
1. Describe the basic cellular architecture and specialized functions of the eukaryotic cells.
Plasma Membrane contains cholesterol (~50%, promotes membrane stability),
phospholipids (~50%), sphingolipids, glycolipids
Bloe8 Chapter 15
2 15-question online student quizzes
Questions are organized by section number and have an (F), (C), or (A) at the beginning to
designate the modified Bloom categories used in the test item files.
(F)1. What is a gene pool?
a. a re
Cancer Genetics: Chapter 23 Study Guide
Cancer: group of disorders characterized by cells with improper cell division
(proper signaling disrupted)
Cell division in cancer cells is rapid, continuous, creating tumors
Tumor: cancer cells lose normal controls
Which of the following best describes the general structure of a cell membrane? (p. 139)
Your answer: proteins embedded in two layers of phospholipid
Correct. With the proteins embedded, the cell retains its general restriction for p
Cellular Respiration in Molecular Biology
Cellular respiration is your body's way of breaking down food molecules (carbohydrates, proteins, and
fats) and making their stored energy available to the cell. Here's a brief overview:
Location in Euk.
Overview: Life Is Work
Living cells require energy from outside
Some animals, such as the chimpanzee,
obtain energy by eating plants, and some
animals feed on other organisms that eat
Energy flows into an ecosystem as sunlight
and leaves as
Chapter 6 A Tour of the Cell
Overview: The Importance of Cells
All organisms are made of cells.
Many organisms are single-celled.
Even in multicellular organisms, the cell is the basic unit of structure and
The cell is the simple
Chapter 7 Membrane Structure and Function
Overview: Life at the Edge
Plasma membrane separates living cell from its nonliving surroundings
Thin barrier, 8 nm thick, controls traffic into and out of the cell.
Plasma membrane is selectivel
BIOLOGY: Chapter 9-Cellular Respiration
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Which of the following is the correct sequence of events in cellular respiration?
a. glycolysis ferme
GENERAL BIOLOGY I / REVIEW QUESTIONS
Chapter 1 (Exploring Life)
1. Diagram the hierarchy of structural levels in biological organization from the simplest to the most
BIOL 151L Study Questions Chapter 12 The Cell Cycle pp. 228-245
(Prepare for class for Monday, October 5, 2009)
1. Be sure to read the Overview introduction to this chapter. To what central tenet of biology does the
phrase "Omnis cellula e cellula" refer
Signaling pathways that control gene activity
Assigned reading: Chapter 16
Signal transduction and transcription
Last packet: Ligand binding to receptor led to changes in _
- Activation of G proteins led to activation of kinases, opening of ion