BIOL 1104 Dr. Mark Farmer Case Study #4 Dr. Collins and the Case of the Mysterious Infection
In class Thursday we will be walking in the steps of Dr. Jenna Collins as she attempts to prescribe the appropriate antibiotic to her seriously ill pediatric pati
Echinacea: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions, and Warnings Echinacea is a herb that also goes by many names such as American Cone Flower, Black Sampson, Black Susans, and Brauneria Angustifolia. There are many different species of the echinacea plant that
A study was conducted to evaluate and compare the genotypes of 803 men with
schizophrenia to those of 2,025 men without schizophrenia. The authors of the
study concluded that men with the CT genotype at rs2269726 which is in the gene
GNB1L, were about 69%
Unit 4 Vaccine Essay
For our brochure we were required to cover the virus Haemophilus influenzae
type B (Hib). Hib most commonly occurs in young children but adults can contract it as
well. Some of the symptoms that come along with the virus are meningi
BIOL 1104 Organismal Biology Fall 2010
Drs. Mark Farmer and Paula Lemons
Exam 1, FORM A, September 15, 2011 - KEY
40 multiple-choice questions worth 2.3 points each
2 short answer questions worth 4 points each
100 points total.
1. Evolution is measured at
Lecture 14 Read a phylogenetic tree. Apply the following terms: node, branches, Apomorphy, clade A phylogenetic tree is a diagram showing the relationship of animals overtime it is broken into branches that are connected by nodes (a taxonomic unit). Each
Secondary metabolizes of plants can be exploited by humans medicinemildred using
Protein from herbivores
Good model for studying adaptation.
What type of traits do you need to say that a plant is adap
Chapter 16-17: Day 1-2 Case Study
Name some plants used by humans for medicinal purposes.:
Explain how plants use the metabolites that humans also use.
Describe some research questions an ethnobotanist would investigate. For a plant of interest, determ
Read a phylogenetic tree. Apply the following terms to the land plant phylogenetic tree
and phylogenetic trees that are new to you: node, branches, apomorphy, clade.
Name the major clades of land plants and the apomorphies that define each on
Marijuana in Medicine
Cannabis is a plant containing THC (delta-9-textrahydrocannabiol) it is indigenous to
Central and South Asia. It can grow wild in a wide span of moderate environmental conditions
including the US but its
Chapter 14: Minute Essay 5 point answer: "The malaria parasite Plasmodium is thought to belong to the same clade as the dinoflagellates found as symbionts in corals because they have nearly identical plasmids (actually plastids) inside them with similar g
Case Study #5: Mildred Using Plants: The Medicinal Value of Plants
Mildred Using Plants introduces you to the medicinal value of plants and to the scientific investigations
carried out to understand the effects of various plant chemical
Lecture 21 Learning Objectives Describe the data for thermoregulation in bumblebees and explain one type of thermoregulation that attributes to this pattern. Given data about how an animal thermoregulates, analyze the data and draw conclusions about the t
Animal Body Plan
CQ1. Rank the following animals in terms of complexity of physiology, from least complex to
A comb jelly
1. A, B, C
2. B, C, A
3. C, A, B
CQ2. What is the homeostatic component shown at #1?
Ashley Hutson Biology 1104 February 1, 2011 Professor Lemons Documented Problem Solving Homework 1. The best answer to this question is answer B: There is not very much light in caves. Presumably the ancestors of cave salamanders wandered into the cave an
Make Up Exercise
Lab 1 Week 1
Read pages v through xv in your manual.
1. Fill out the ethical contract and hand it in to your GLA the next time your lab meets.
2. Provide full sentence answers to the following questions:
a. What i