EXTENDING THIS TO HYDROGEN
Results from solving the
Shrodinger equation for the
Z is the atomic number
me is the mass of an electron
e is the charge of an electron or
h is Planks constant
r is atomic
F.6/7 Chemistry Practical: Enthalpy of Formation of Calcium Carbonate
Objective: To determine enthalpy of formation of calcium carbonate
Molar enthalpy of formation of calcium carbonate is the enthalpy change for the formation of 1
mole of c
The Autopsy Report
Complete the following report as you conduct the autopsy on your victim.
All necessary information can be found in the scenario, police report, or
from the victims body during autopsy.
Part 1. Background Information
Office of the Medica
Enzyme Activity Lab Background Notes
Enzymes: speed up chemical reactions in biological systems by lowering the activation
Form enzyme-substrate complex that lower activation energy required
Specific shape and structure to determine their functio
The Origin of Life thanks Louie!
If all life comes from preexisting life
(biogenesis), then how could there have
been a common ancestor?
What is spontaneous generation? Does it
Could it have happened on early earth (what
were conditions like)?
Ch. 32 Notes
Diverse Forms, Common Challenges
Anatomy: biological forms
Examining anatomy often gives clues to physiology: biological function
Feedback Control Maintains the Internal Environment in Many Animals
Hierarchical Organization of Animal Bodie
A Russo the Great Production
To continue, life depends on it.
Whats another way to think of
What does cell division do for
How does cell division do it?
Replicates the genome and passes it
along to daughter cells.
So check this out.
Something else that prokaryotic and eukaryotic
cells have in common?
The ability to do such a great job deciding when and
where genes are turned on or off (or expressed).
Why do we need to alter how our genes are expressed?
What do we
Phylogenies are based on common ancestries inferred from evidence
Sedimentary rocks are the richest source of fossils
Fossil record: based on the sequence i which fossils have accumulated in layers
of sediments, called strata
AP Biology: Chapter 24 The Origin of Species
What Is a Species?
1. Distinguish between anagenesis and cladogenesis.
anagenessis: the accumulation of heritable changes, altering the characteristic of the species
cladogenesis: branching evolution, in which
Development Concept List and Objectives
Chapter 47 Overview and 47.1 After fertilization, embryonic development proceeds through cleavage,
gastrulation, and organogenesis up to, but not including Developmental Adaptations of Amniotes.
1. Compare the conce
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HALF a century before Charles Darwin
published On the O
The evidence for evolution: our
bodies as palimpsests of
Chapter XIV, Origin of
Darwin presents what he believes is his
strongest evidence for Descent With
Similarities/structural elements inherited
from a comm
Darwin and the Idea of
Canvas, InQuizitive, syllabus questions
Schedule your Get Acquainted office hour spot
Pattern and meaning: Darwin and Wallace
Darwin and Wallace
Why do textbooks con
1.) Introduction: Yes
2.) What if you knew that detractors fear that GM foods might pose health risks for certain
3.) What if you knew that many feel GM crop technology will hurt small farmers?: Yes
4.) What if you knew that opponents fear th
SNP - Single Nucleotide Polymorphism
STR - Short Tandem Repeat
-A DNA sequence variation in the genome that differs between individuals
-Must occur in at least 1% of the population
Almost all SNPs are biallelic (only two alleles exist)
100% organic = no GMO
GMO- any organism thats had its genetic material changed or manipulated.
types of GM in plants: selective breeding, hybridization, grafting, or genetic engineering.
Target Traits of Traditional Breeding
Area of Circles and Sectors
Area of a Circle:
- Theorem 11.9
- The Area (A) of a Circle is times the square of the radius
- A = r2
Sector of a Circle:
A Sector of a circle is the part of a circle enclosed by two radii of a circle & their
The use of SHORT TANDEM REPEATS in Biotechnology: An Introduction
Go to: http:/www.dnalc.org/view/15983-Today-s-DNA-profile.html to answer the following questions.
Answer the questions in a Google Document (type your name and todays date at the top of the
1.) entire set of proteins expressed by a genome, cell, tissue, or organism at a certain time
2.) 4. 1- order of amino acids 2- h bonding produces of helisis and b plated sheats 3
5.) pro: cyto cyto no. eu: nuc cyto er/rib
6.) Copying of
SNPs: An Introduction
What is a genome? entire set of 23 chromosomes
How many base pairs are in a genome? 3 billion bp
What does SNP stand for? Single Nucleotide Polymorphism
How many SNPs are in t
1. Enzymes in Industry: For all of the proteins below, find the source (organism) and list
the use in industrial applications. It might be helpful to create a table.
a. Alpha amylase
b. Serine Proteases
e. Glucose Isomerase
What are the two main ways GM crops are made? Briefly describe them.
1- GENE GUN shotting a gun with particles of gold
1.) What are inner primers used for in tetra-ARMS PCR: tell you genotype
2.) Outer primers? Section DNA off f
ELISA & HIV
ELISA: Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbant Assay.
First diagnosed in 1981
Over 20 million deaths worldwide (half a mil in US)
Over 40 million currently infected (over 1 mil in US)
Half of all new infections are in people younger than 25