UNIVERSITY OF REGINA
Biology 100 - Introductory Biology I
Syllabus for Fall 2015 (201530)
Dr. Harold Weger LB 255
Dr. Nola Erhardt
To do science is to search for repeated patterns, not simply to accumulate facts.
- R.H. MacArthur (1930-1972)
Types of Science 1) induction-based science (also called discovery-based science), 2)
Background Information: Enzymes are proteins that act as catalysts to speed up chemical
reactions in cells. Enzymes can be affected by changes in temperature. Heat denatures enzymes while
cold temperatures slow rates of reaction. Catalase is a specific ty
An ecosystem is a natural unit consisting of all plants, animals and micro-organisms (also known
as biotic factors) in an area functioning together with all of the physical (also known as abiotic)
factors of the environment. But what is it that produces a
Good afternoon everyone, our group will be presenting on the Taiga Shield Ecoregion.
Our ecoregion is located in Northern Saskatchewan and is also the smallest ecoregion. Taiga is
located close to the Northwest Territories and the Manitoba boundarie
1. Brief Intro of Ecoregion
-Our Ecozone is the Taiga Shield which is located in Northern Saskatchewan and is also
Saskatchewans smallest ecozone. The Taiga Shield is located close to the Northwest Territories
and the Manitoba boundary.
-Our Ecozone has t