Skull Colouring Sheet
Summary Questions for Chapter 24 - Plants
1. What are the characteristics of plants?
2. What is alternation of generations?
3. What are the adaptations plants had to make from their transition to land?
4. What are some characteristics that plants share wi
Sample questions for 55-140 Final Exam
1. With its abundance of collagenous fibers, cartilage is an example of _.
A) connective tissue.
B) nervous tissue.
C) epithelial tissue.
D) adipose tissue.
2. Cells of epithelial tissue can be _.
Summary Questions for Chapter 23 - Fungi
1. What are the characteristics of fungi?
2. What is the difference between a saprophyte and a symbiont?
3. What are two main types of symbiotic relationships?
4. How do fungi get their nutrients?
5. What are hypha
Practice Questions for Midterm 1
1. Which of the following were observation(s) noted by Darwin?
a. Members within a population do not vary greatly in their traits
b. All species are capable of producing more offspring than the environment can support
Summary Questions for Chapter 22 - Protists
1. What are the characteristics that differentiate protists from prokaryotes?
A membrane-bound nucleus
Multiple, linear chromosomes
Microtubules and microfilaments motility and support
Summary Questions for Chapter 34 Animal Development
1. Explain the three processes of early in animal development?
2. Where is the information needed to carry out early animal development?
3. What is polarity in an egg?
4. What is the difference between t
Summary questions Chapter 39 - Animal Behaviour:
Animal behaviour is governed by which two factors?
What is the difference between instinctive and learned behaviour?
Explain fixed action pattern.
How can other species take advantage of fixe
Summary Questions for Chapter 26 - Deuterostomes
1. What are the basic characteristics of echinoderms?
2. What are the two main invertebrate groups of chordates?
3. Name and explain the derived characters of all chordates.
4. How do Urochordates feed?
Summary Questions for Chapter 25 - Protostomes
What is an animal?
What is the hypothesis on the origins of animals?
Name and describe the five key innovations in animal evolution.
Name and describe the three primary cell layers.
Summary Questions for Chapter 31 Animal Organization and Physiology
1. What is the difference between anatomy and physiology?
Anatomy: Study of structures of organisms
Physiology: Study of functions of organisms
2. Name and describe the four types of anim
University of Windsor
Economics 110 - Introduction to Economics I
Instructor: G. Clayton
COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING IMMEDIATELY;
Student No-= _*
I. Only use pencil on the red answer form.
2. Complete the personal an
Special Question: Hunters who chased the rabbits for extended time and
killed them for food, complained that the meet was sour. Why?
In 1905 scientists observed that fermentation by yeast extract required
inorganic phosphate as essential component in t
Mendel, Genes, and Inheritance
Why It Matters
Red blood cells in sickle-cell disease
Blending Theory of Inheritance (pre-1900s)
Hereditary traits blend evenly in offspring
through mixing of parents blood
Does not explain why:
Defining Life and
2.1 What is life?
Harness and utilize energy
Respond to stimuli
Growth and development
The fundamental unit of life is t
6.1 The Chemical Basis of Cellular
a. Food as fuel
b. The principle of redox
c. Cellular respiration is controlled combustion
Ultimate source of energy
Captures energy of ligh
Energy and Enzymes
Why It Matters
Life requires temperatures that are relatively cold
Without _enzymes_ to speed up rates of chemical
reactions, life as we know it could not exist
How long does this reaction take? 10msec
5.1 An Overview of the Structure of
a. The fluid mosaic model of membranes
b. Experimental evidence in support of the fluid
Fluid Mosaic Model of Membranes
Consist of a fluid lipid bilayer in which
DNA Structure, Replication,
What is the genetic (hereditary)
DNA - genetic material of all living organisms
Griffiths Experiments (1928)
Observation: A substance derived from killed
infective pneumonia bacteria coul
Cell Cycle in Prokaryotes
DNA as hereditary information
Vast majority have single, circular DNA molecule,
the bacterial chromosome
When prokaryotic cells divide at maximum rate,
DNA replication occupies most of period
Gene Structure and Expression
What do we need genes for?
How do we know that genes
1. (1896): Garrod studied alkaptonuria disease
- metabolic disorder
- produce chemical that turns black in air
alteration in a gene
Genes, Chromosomes, and Human
What makes you who you are?
Fig. 12-1, p. 250
Are there modifications to
1. Genetic Linkage
2. Sex-linked Genes
3. Chromosomal Alterations
4. Non-traditional Patterns of Inheritance
Why are we so diverse?
2. Random Fertilization
Why is it important to
Mechanism of Genetic
a. Requires 2 DNA molecules that are similar but non-
b. Homology a
Convert _ energy into _ energy
complex organic molecules
Use some of organic molecules as _ energy
Photosynthesis Two Stages
A series of articles for general audiences
Unraveling the Mystery of Protein Folding
by W. A. (Bill) Thomasson
This series of essays was
developed as part of FASEBs
efforts to educate the general
public, and the legislators whom
it elects, about the benef
Arthur G Street and Stephen L Mayo, Computational protein design
(1999), Structure, 7:R105R109.
BTY589: Protein Engineering
Advances in rational protein design Protein
design cycle theory and experiment.
BTY589: Protein Engineering
SITE DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS
Error prone PCR
A small amount of Mn2+, in place of the
Excess of dGTP and dTTP relative to the other
two nucleotide triphosphates.
Error rates of one nucleotide per kilobase
The inherent characteristics of the D
Emerging Horizons in Cancer Therapeutics
Dr. Tranum Kaur
Suggested Reading: Molecular Biology of Cancer
Mechanisms, Targets and Therapeutics by Lauren Pecorino
(Oxford University Press) | ISBN-10: 019957717X | ISBN-13:
978-0199577170 | Edition: Third Edi
CRISPR-cas9 Applications and
Comparing CRISPR-cas9 system to another genome editing technology such as ZFN and TALEN is highly insightful. Even though each technology has
advantages and disadvantages, Crisper-cas9 Is favoured because CRISPR-cas