Biology Final Questions 1. Weakest bond-hydrogen 2. Action potential uses channels before pumps 3. Hyperpolarization K+ channels open and K+ moves from inside to out of the cell (inside now more negative) potential difference is greater 4. DepolarizationN
Cell is the minimum organization of living matter CELL MEMBRANE MODELS (plasma membrane): - All cells have a thin outer covering - Plasma membrane or cell membrane - Early models inferred the structure from chemical and permeability properties of the memb
Chapter Learning Objectives Chapter 44: Osmoregulation and Excretion
Concept 44.1: Osmoregulation balances the uptake and loss of water and solutes Define osmoregulation and excretion Osmoregulation process by which animals control solute concentrations
What is not true about Horizon A?
Which of the following is not true?
Scientific Method What is Science? An approach to understanding nature What do scientists do? Make observations directly or indirectly Attempt to discern patterns Assume that the future is like the past o Ex. Where the sun rises What are the basic steps o
Hardcover book(can sell back to bookstore)
Mastering biology book (purchase separate if you get used book)
Weekly learning objectives
Quizzes with clickers everyday
Clickers count as par
1. How do muscles move the skeleton?
2. How may possible gametes with A/A?
3. What process is blocked by operons/prokaryotes?
4. What is the least involved in translation?
5. In the picture of muscle contraction, know what b
Final Examination Learning Objectives
The final is on Monday May 7 at 10:00 AM in Campbell Auditorium
Bring your LSUID and a number 2 pencil
85 questions worth 2 points each (170 points top score could be 113.33%)
Amino acids: structu
BIO 1201 Exam 3 Material Molecular Basis of Inheritance A. What is the structure of the genome? i. chromosome and DNA structure B. How is the genome copied? i. DNA replication C. What is the genome used for? i. protein synthesis Eukaryotic Chromosome Stru
Chapter Learning Objectives Chapter 46: Animal Reproduction
Concept 46.1: Both asexual and sexual reproduction occur in the animal kingdom Distinguish between asexual and sexual reproduction Sexual reproduction the fusion of haploid gametes forms a diplo
Exam 3 Learning Objectives
1) State the locations (inside the cell) of the various stages/components of
photosynthesis Bloom 1
2) Recognize the fate of the various elements during photosynthesis. Bloom
3) Trace the flow of energy from the Sun to ATP in
Growth and repair: how do cells reproduce?
Cells need to possess the genetic material characterisitic of the organism
- genetic material is DNA
- the daughter cells need to complete genetic complement
the genetic material of prokaryotes is circular
Dr. Joseph Siebenaller
Professor of Biological Sciences
A609 Life Sciences Annex
OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday and Thursday, 10:50 to 11:50 AM, or by appointment.
CLASS: 9:10 to 10:30 AM
Biol 1201 Sec 1 Spring 2009 First Exam Learning Objectives The exam is at 6:00 PM Thursday Feb 5 in Campbell Auditorium. Focus on the material and examples covered in lecture. The exam covers material in Chapters 2 through 6 of the text. The quiz question
My Final Exam:
All of these are exact questions for the test. However many I end up having thats how many actually
questions that material will encompass out of the 67 questions. Counting the one question with 3 true and
false this is more than 90% of the
Examination 3 Learning Objectives
Thursday April 5, 2012 at 6:00 PM in Campbell Auditorium. Bring a number 2 pencil and your
ID. There will be 56 questions the exam is worth 112 points.
Make sure you can do the genetics problems posted on Moodle! Use the
Biol 1201 Sec 1 Spring 2012 First Exam Learning Objectives
The exam is at 6:00 PM Thursday Feb 9 in Campbell Auditorium.
Remember - we will not have a class in the morning. Students who have
notified Dr. Siebenaller of a class conflict will take the exam
Biol 1201 Section 1 Examination Two
Thursday, March 8 at 6:00 PM in Campbell Auditorium .
Membranes and membrane function (Chapter 7 of the textbook)
Why are membranes called phospholipid bilayers?
- Phospholipids have a hydrophilic head and a hydrophobic
So this is how its formatted: I left all the same stuff as the other study guide, but the key below
this just tells you what I had on my final. I did the best I could to remember. Only the ones in
purple are the EXACT answers, so make sure to m
Central Dogma Transcription: write the information in DNA in the RNA protein. RNA RNA differs from DNA in: Translation: Convert the information in RNA into the sequence of amino acids in a
Three type of RNA: Messenger RNA (mRNA):
Ribosomal RNA (rRNA):
The process of cellular respiration, which converts simple sugars such as glucose into CO2 and
water, is an example of _.
a pathway that converts organic matter into energy
a pathway that occurs in animal cells but not plant ce
a pathway in whic
All the offspring of a cross between a black-eyed MendAlien and an orange-eyed
MendAlien have black eyes. This means that the allele for black eyes is _ the
allele for orange eyes.
a. recessive to
b. better than
c. dominant to
d. more aggressive t
Which of the following items can be worn/consumed in the laboratory room?
Cell phones should be kept on and loud while you are in the lab
o Both of them
o None of them
Which kind of pipet
Genetic Definitions II
Variations on Mendels Theme
o The heterozygous individuals have a phenotype intermediate to the
o Red x White Pink
o CR for red CW for white
Indicates you do not have complete dominance
Gamete Formation III:
Linked Genes Gamete Formation
Linked genes are fundamental different from unlinked genes in terms of how
the behave and what happens during meiosis
Normally during meiosis alleles or different genes assort independently from
What happens when the action potential reaches the axon terminus?
The cell synapses with another neuron or effector cell (muscle etc.)
Electrical Synapses: gap junctions (cytoplasmic connections)
o Very rapid, direct transmission of AP
Integration of Signals
One of the important features of the chemical synapse is the ability for that
synapse to lead to the integration of signals
Since many neurons may synapse with one it is the combination of EPSPs and