Summary questions Chapter 47 - Animal Behaviour:
1. Animal behaviour is governed by which two factors?
o Most behaviours are both instinctive and learned. Genetics and the environment are
involved in behaviour.
2. What is the difference between instinctiv
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;Evolutions- Great Transformations- NOVA
Everything in life evolved form single start pt
Tree of life been branching for 4 billion yrs
50 millions yrs ago: land mammals sea creatures
Before that: fish colonized land
If history of earth spilt in to 1 hr
Summary Questions for Chapter 28 Animals 2: Deuterostomes
1. What are the basic characteristics of echinoderms?
o Animals have an anus that develops from the blastopore and a mouth that develops from a second
o Enchinoderms have a Spiny - skin, a
Summary questions for Chapter 51 Defences against Disease
1. What are the 3 kinds of immunity that animals have?
o The immune system is a natural defence against infectious diseases. Vaccines use the
immune system to stimulate natural defences. The three
Summary Questions for Chapter 42 Animal Development
1. Explain the three processes of early animal development?
o Housing provides a place in which the embryo can develop. Feeding is aiding and abetting the
developing young. We do this to ensure that the
Summary Questions for Chapter 39 Animal Organization and Physiology
1. What is the difference between anatomy and physiology?
o Anatomy is the study of the structures of organisms. Physiology is the study of the functions of
organisms. Cells are specializ
BIO152 Lecture 6: More Complex Patterns of Inheritance
More Complex Patterns of Inheritance
the heterozygotes have an int
Introduction to Evolution
October 13, 2015
1. Origins of evolutionary thought
2. Darwins Voyage
3. Development of Darwins ideas on evolution
4. Evolution and natural selection 5. Ladder of life versus tree of life
How did Evolutionary Thought Evolv
BIO152: Lecture 6Introduction to Genetics
Questions Mendel was trying to answer?
- H1: blending inheritance
- H2: inheritance of acquired characteristics
character: heritable feature that varies among individuals
trait: a variant for a character
BIO152- Cell Division and Mitosis
September 24, 2015
Cell division and mitosis are not random products
Prokaryotes (bacteria and archaea):
- No membrane enclosed nucleus
- No mitosis
- Is what enables the continuity of life
- In prokaryotic
Summary Questions for Chapter 14 Control of Gene Expression
1. How can genetically identical cells be so different?
Genetically identical cells can be so different because of gene expression. Gene expression is mainly
controlled through transcriptional r
Summary Questions for Chapter 5 Membranes and Signalling
1. Explain the Fluid Mosaic Model.
2. What hypothesis did the Frye-Edidin experiment support and why?
3. What does it mean that membranes are asymmetrical?
4. Explain the role of phospholipids in me
Summary Questions for Chapter 8 Cell Cycle
1. What is the process of cell division called in prokaryotes?
2. Where does DNA replication in prokaryotic cells begin?
3. Why is Ori located in the middle of the cell?
4. What does diploid mean? Haploid?
Summary Questions for Chapter 9 Genetic Recombination
1. What do you need to start with in order to have genetic recombination?
2. What is the end result of genetic recombination?
3. What is the basis for genetic recombination to occur in bacteria?
AP Biology Evolution
HardyWeinberg Practice Problems
1. Given a population in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium with allele frequencies A =
0.9 and a = 0.1, determine the frequencies of the three genotypes AA, Aa and aa.
2. In a population
Basic unit: Neuron features that allow for cell-to-cell communication
generate electrical signals that
move from one part of the cell to
another part of the cell or to
serve as integrators: output
reflects balance of inputs they
Review: Sensing the environment
Two general features in sensory receptor cells:
Each receptor cell is highly selective for a particular type of energy.
They can amplify the original signal (2-3 amplifications steps)
Encoding sensory info
Bio 304 - Integrative Animal Physiology 1: Physiology of neural systems. Lecture 6
Resting membrane potential continued
Intro in Action
Ionic basis of action potential
Voltage-gated ion channels
Eckert Animal Physiology pg. 238 - 271
Lecture 19 Bio 304
Mechanism of Drug Action at a Cholinergic Synapse
Factors that facilitate
neural function and make
neurons more excitable are
shown in violet.
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3 observations or key ideas you got from the lecture
2 questions you still have or that emerg
Match the different properties with the right term. (Multiple matches possible).
A. irreversible - adaptation
B. shaped and maintained by natural selection - adaptation
C. physiological, biochemical, anatomic change within an individual animal duri
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Bio 304 - Integrative Animal Physiology 1: Physiology of neural systems. Lectures 11 & 12
Lectures 11 &
The exceptions that prove the rule!
Some examples of variation from squid giant
axon Node of Ranvier
Calcium action potentials and Ca-activated K ch
Final Exam Notes
Test 2 answers
1. Bacteria are protozoa are both microbes. However viruses are also considered as
microbes T/F T
2. There are more bacteria cells than human cells in humans body. However only a small
quantity (eg: 3.5%) of all bacteria ha
1. Collection of proteins responsible for activity in a human cell_
2. Research on the function of human genes and controlling factors that regulate genes_
3. Single nucleotide changes (mutations) in DNA sequences that vary from individual to