BIOL 1112 Lab Exam 1 Study Guide
Different domains and major class of organisms within them
Shapes of bacteria
Process for prokaryotic division
Cause of plaque
Difference between the cell walls of gram negative and gram positive bacteria
Appearance of fun
CHAPTER 12: SPECIES & RACES
CHAPTER 13: BIODIVERSITY & CLASSIFICATION
Linnaeus mid 1700s
Classification/naming system by physical traits
Binomial nomenclature two names
INSIDE THE BODY IMMUNE SYSTEM, ENDOCRINE
SYSTEM AND REPRODUCTION
Monday, April 28th, 2014
Lymphatic system: (network of lymph vessels that runs
along the veins and arteries)
ARE YOU ONLY AS SMART AS YOUR GENES?
Genes: the units of DNA that code for all the proteins that the cell and
Chromosomes: the structures that house all o
INSIDE THE BODY TISSUES, ORGANS, AND
Tissues, Organs, and
* * *
Inside the Human Body?
Monday, April 28th , 2014
Human Body Vocabulary
Tissue: An aggregate of cells in an orga
Natural Science Biology 1101
Dr. J. Shockey
Possible Presentation Topics or some facet of these . . . ALL topic choices MUST be approved by
Dr. Shockey, no later than March 21st, 2014.
1. A Specific Genetic Disorder, for example: cystic fibrosis
How Environment Effects Genetics
GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS
Monday, March 3rd, 2014
What are Genetically
Modified Organisms (GMOs)?
Natural Science Biology 1011
Test #3: Due In Class March 31st, 2014
This assignment will count as your third test grade. It will be worth 100 points.
You will be graded primarily for content (75%), interaction with the class (10%), as well as
Natural Science 1011 FINAL - Topics Study Guide
Midterm and prior (20%)
For this portion, your best bet is to study all previous quizzes and tests (and determine the CORRECT
answer to any questions you missed the first time around)
Good topics to Study:
CHAPTER 10: EVOLUTION
CHAPTER 11: NATURAL SELECTION
Keep an OPEN mind . . .
Evolution: changes in the features (traits) of
individuals in a biological population that occur over
the course of generations
Theory of Evoluti
What is science?
Spring Semester, 2014
Instructor: Dr. Jessica Shockey
The Process of Science
The Scientific Method . . .
Process of Science
Must be testable
Must be falsifiable
Cannot deal i
What Does Life Require?
Living vs. Nonliving?
CHAPTER 2 ARE WE ALONE IN THE UNIVERSE?
Response to external, environmental stimuli
Metabolism: chemical processes that occu
LIFE IN THE GREENHOUSE
PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND GLOBAL WARMING
Monday, February 10th, 2014
What IS Global Warming?
The PROGRESSIVE increase in Earths AVERAGE
temperature over the past ~100 years
Regardless of debate the FACTS
CANCER DNA SYNTHESIS,
MITOSIS & MEIOSIS
What is Cancer?
A disease that begins when a single cell
replicates itself although it should not.
This occurs through:
Cell division: the process by which a cell makes
Monday, February 3rd, 2014
Find a PRIMARY source for a scientific topic that
interests you. http:/highwire.stanford.edu/
, or . . .
Proteins Structure in Action
Too much food (of any sort) can be turned
How Much is Right for You?
into FAT if its not used (stored for later)
Remember: All fats are not the SAME . . .
All chemical reactions occurring in the body