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1. Average table for Part 1 (Percent error and standard deviation).
2. The bar graph based off of the above table.
3. Average table for Part 2 (Finding Ideal Wavelength) and the figure based on it.
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BIOL 2600 Abstract Assignment Sheet
Name: Malea Terry
Assignment/Chapter #: 5
Date: September 25, 2017
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Cells, Tissues, and Cancer
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Osmosis and Diffusion
Osmosis and Diffusion
June 13, 2017
Table: Class Average Absorbances of solution outside
Evolution by natural selection
Lab 1: Monday 8/29; Thursday 9/1
Demonstrate that natural selection affects the
genetic equilibrium of a population
Observe changes in allelic, genotypic, and
Life at the microscopic scale:
the microbial world
Lab 2: Week of 9/12
Review basic techniques of using compound
List the key differences between prokaryote
and eukaryote cells
Identify and list the major distinguis
Natural selection and
Reminder: Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium (i.e.
no evolution) requires:
1. No mutation
2. Completely random mating
3. All of the alleles are equally favored by the environment (i.e. no
natural selection favo
Decomposers recycling minerals and carbon from dead
organic matter and making them available for food webs
What are Fungi?
Feed exclusively via osmotrophy : secreting enzymes into the surrounding environmen
The Diversity of Photosynthetic
BIOL 1510 Week 5 Exp 3
Significance of Photosynthesis
Basis of almost all ecosystems
Environmentally significant byproducts
Genetic variation and allele
Reminder: how does genetic variation arise?
Fruit fly wild type, and selected mutants
Genetic variation occurs within populations
Discrete vs quantitative traits
Heritable vs environmen
WORKSHEET: Natural selection of color morphs in the peppered moth, Biston betularia
Explain the difference between the terms evolution and natural selection.
What process caused the first melanic moths to appear in the first place?
triose, pentose, hexose
different structures =
polymer that form when monosaccharides are linked together, also known as complex
an optical instrument with lenses that refract (bend) visible light to magnify images and project
them into a viewer's eye or onto photographic film.
an increase in the apparent size of an object
is a body of knowledge; a collection of unified insights about nature, the evidence for which is an
array of facts.
is a general set of principles, supported by evidence, that explains some aspect of nature.
Amount of energy available to do work
Energy of motion
Energy in chemical bonds, has to do with position (like electrons in electron shells of atoms)
First Law of Thermodynamics
Energy cannot be destroyed
the element that is the chemical basis for all life on earth
chemical compounds that contain carbon and hydrogen atoms
groups of atoms with special chemical features that are functionally important
A variation of a particular inherited character.
The idea that genetic material contributed "mix" together in a way that blue + yellow make
green. Predicts that over many generations a freely mating population would give r
Use energy from the sun to make their own sugars
Have to eat to get sugars
Term that refers to processes like Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration that consist of MANY
linked chemical reactions
What is reduction?
Redox reaction that gains an electron. 6O2 becomes reduced to 6H2O
What is oxidation?
Gives an electron, the ion become positive
What kind of cellular respiration involves the use of oxygen?
Aerobic cellular respiration
What is th
Which Elements are important to living organisms?
Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Calcium, Oxygen carbon
Anything that occupies space-Solid, liquid, and gas
Substances that can not be broken down into other substances
Smallest unit of matter
-organisms that can do it: plants, protists, bacteria
-is an anabolic pathway
-light has discreet units of energy called photons
-Photons travel as waves
-shorter the wave length the higher the energy
Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life
a. Organic Chemistry is the Study of Carbon Compounds
i. Organic Molecules and the Origin of Life
a. Organic Chemistrythe study of compounds containing
carbon, which are said to be organic.
b. The Overall Perc
Water and Life
a. Polar Covalent Bonds in Water Molecules Result in Hydrogen Bonding
a. Water Molecule shaped in a wide V with two H
b. Polar Covalent Bondsthe bonds between the Hydrogen
and Oxygen in Water
c. Polar Moleculeoverall charge is
Evolution, the Themes of Biology and Scientific Inquiry
The study of life reveals common themes
1. Reductionismreduces complex systems to simpler components
that are more manageable to study
a. Theme: New Properties Emerge at Successive Levels of Biolo
The Chemical Context of Life
a. Matter Consists of Chemical Elements in Pure Form and in Combinations Called
i. Elements and Compounds
1. Element substance that cant be broken down to other substances
by chemical reactions
2. Compound substan
Structure and Function of
Organic compounds are formed with
reactions with cells
Enzymes- a special class of proteins that make
specific metabolic reactions proceed faster than
they would on their own
Name Anna Singh
LABORATORY REPORT FORM
DIFFUSION AND OSMOSIS
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 figu
Chromosomal Basis of
Mendelian Inheritance in Humans
Examining pedigrees can help us understand
how diseases (and other characteristics) are
inherited from parents to offspring
This can help us determine the mode of
inheritance (dominant or