Quantitative genetics is the study of traits that can
be described numerically
Such traits are usually controlled by more than one gene
and are significantly influenced by environmental factors
These are call
Longevity, Health, and Functioning
Learning Objective: To be familiar with
factors that impact longevity
How Long Will We Live?
Age at which _ of a
cohort (by birth year)
Studying Adult Development &
History & Age trends
Lifespan Developmental Theories
The multidisciplinary study of aging
The medical specialty concerned with
Lab 3, Part 2: Subcellular Distribution and Structure of RUBISCO
Wear lab coat & gloves at all times. Goggles required when heating samples and handling GelCode
Blue. Frequently inspect gloves for tears/contamination. Hazardous reagents requiring special
10 pts. Assignment 10 Due April 18th
Investigating case studies of exotic or invasive species provide an excellent opportunity to synthesize the
information you have covered in lecture and the tools developed in lab. In the previous lab, you were
Neuroscience and Aging
Outline: Part I
What is Neuroscience?
Central Nervous System (CNS) - Brain
Three General Brain Divisions
Major Structures of Brain
Functions of Brain Structures
Guide to the Muscles of the Human
Know these O/I/As for the exam
*=know muscle for cat & human
PCB 3063 (Sec 799) Fall 2016
PCB 3063 Sec. 799 (3 credit hours)
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA: USF WEB-BASED COURSES
Dr. Johnny El-Rady
Members of a large class of
proteins that contain 7
membrane spanning regions
coupled to G proteins.
WHAT IS A G PROTEIN?
G protein is a GTP binding protein
that functions as a molec
Genetics is the study of
in all its
It revolves around one main subject
The study of Genetics is important for two
HISTORY OF GENETICS
In all human affairs there i
Studying Adult Development & Aging
Learning Objective: To understand Developmental Psychological
research methods and the methodological issues particularly
relevant to the study of Aging
In what ways do you expect to cha
Grading Rubric: Cell Biology Lab 5 Full Report
Points in between values below are possible when appropriate.
All required information is present.
The title is complete, accurate, and
descriptive of the work.
10 pts. Assignment 6 Due March 21st
8 pts: Write an introduction as would appear in a peer-reviewed journal article for the Species
Interactions lab. There should be multiple paragraphs, starting broadly about the topic and then
narrowing down to the spec
Please note that this handout will also address sections from Chapters 2 and 4.
Our genes underlie every aspect of human health, both in function and dysfunction
- Knowledge of how genes work togethe
Concepts of Signal
Steps in Signaling
HOW DO CELLS RESPOND TO THEIR
ENVIRONMENT AND KNOW WHA
Learning Objectives: Explain major theories and
perspectives in Adult Development & Aging.
Know the changes in sensation/perception, and
health that occur with aging.
Why do we age?
W_ & T_
Get Started with Pearsons
First, make sure you have these 2 things
Email: You'll get some important emails from your instructor at this address.
Credit card/PayPal account or an access code: You can buy instant access with a credit car
PCB3023 Cell Bio Lab Midterm Review
o Purpose of a standard curve- Standard curves show the relationship between two
values. For this lab the students used the curve equation to get an x value. With this x
value the students
o How t
ATS Day 4
Agarose Gel Electrophoresis of
Restriction Digested Plasmid DNA
The purpose of todays lab is to learn how to set up and run an agarose gel, separate DNA fragments
on the gel, and visualize the DNA on a transilluminator. By the end
Full file at http:/testbankexpress.CH/test-bank-for-human-genetics-concepts-and-applications-9th-edition-rickilewis.html
Overview of Genetics
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Genetics is the study of
A. variation of inherited traits.
B. how organis
Receptor tyrosine kinases bind to ligand and
then dimerize to form an active complex.
Each member of the complex (there are two)
phosphorylates the other member.
This phosphorylation pattern enables ot
TLAB 7: SPECIES INTERACTIONS
STILBOSIS QUADRIPUSTULATUS HERBIVORY ON QUERCUS GEMINATA
Be able to define and apply the terms found in bold throughout this lab exercise
Deepen understanding of species interactions
Determine how biota densities
University of Puerto Rico
Ro Piedras Campus
College of Natural Sciences
Nutrition and Dietetics Program
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics
Number of Hours:
Summary/Analysis Page for 40 Studies that Changed Psychology
For each of the studies you are asked to read, you are to fill out one of these pages to turn in.
The point of this page is to not only let me know that you have, in fact, done the reading, but
Opisthokonta: Metazoa: Eumetazoa:
Bilateria: Deuterostomia: Echinodermata
The second major group of bilaterian animals is the Clade Deuterostomia (second
mouth). The group is primarily defined by embryological characteristics, including radial
Opisthokonta: Metazoa II:
Eumetazoa: Bilateria: Protostomia: Ecdysozoa
Know the key features of the Phylum Nematoda. Know how they relate to other metazoan
List the key characteristics of the Phylum Arthropoda. Identify examples. List