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BIOL 1201 - LSU Study Resources
  • 5 Pages BIOSYL_12_spring
    BIOSYL_12_spring

    School: LSU

    Course: BIology For Science Majors 1

    BIOLOGY 1201 INSTRUCTOR: SECTION 1 Spring 2012 Dr. Joseph Siebenaller Professor of Biological Sciences A609 Life Sciences Annex 578-1746 zojose@lsu.edu HU UH OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday and Thursday, 10:50 to 11:50 AM, or by appointment. CLASS: 9:10 to 10:30 AM

  • 11 Pages Test 2 Learning Objectives
    Test 2 Learning Objectives

    School: LSU

    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

  • 10 Pages BIO 1201 Exam 3
    BIO 1201 Exam 3

    School: LSU

    Course: Biology 1201

    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

  • 7 Pages Test 1 Learning Objectives
    Test 1 Learning Objectives

    School: LSU

    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

  • 5 Pages Biology 1201 Final Exam Questions
    Biology 1201 Final Exam Questions

    School: LSU

    1. How do muscles move the skeleton? Contract 2. How may possible gametes with A/A? One 3. What process is blocked by operons/prokaryotes? Transcription 4. What is the least involved in translation? DNA 5. In the picture of muscle contraction, know what b

  • 9 Pages Biology  1201
    Biology 1201

    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS 1

    Biology 1201 Notes 8/22/11 Supplies Folder Hardcover book(can sell back to bookstore) Mastering biology book (purchase separate if you get used book) Used clicker Class Weekly learning objectives Quizzes with clickers everyday Clickers count as par

  • 6 Pages Biology Final Questions
    Biology Final Questions

    School: LSU

    Course: Biology 1201

    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

  • 27 Pages Biology exam 1 study guide
    Biology exam 1 study guide

    School: LSU

    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

  • 6 Pages Final Exam Study Guide
    Final Exam Study Guide

    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS 1

    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%) Biological molecules Amino acids: structu

  • 4 Pages CHAPTER NINE MASTERING BIOLOGY
    CHAPTER NINE MASTERING BIOLOGY

    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS

    CHAPTER NINE MASTERING BIOLOGY 1. Which of the following best describes the main purpose of the combined processes of glycolysis and cellular respiration? a. *transforming energy in glucose and related molecules in a chemical form that cells can use for w

  • 2 Pages Chapter 7 Quiz
    Chapter 7 Quiz

    School: LSU

    Chapter 7 Self Quiz In what way do the membranes of a eukaryotic cell vary? a. Only certain membranes are constructed from amphipathic molecules. b. Phospholipids are found only in certain membranes. c. Certain proteins are unique to each membrane. d. Onl

  • 2 Pages Biology 1208 labreport 3
    Biology 1208 labreport 3

    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

    Biology 1208: Writing Assignment #3 Brooke Adams Lab Partner: Katie Mayeaux & Kasie Banks Lab Section: 11 Hemolysis Time for Bovine RBCs in Solutions of Propanol Problem: Does the number of hydroxyl groups affect the permeability of the cell membrane

  • 11 Pages Biology 1201 Exam 2 Review
    Biology 1201 Exam 2 Review

    School: LSU

    Course: BIOLOGY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I

    Biology 1201 Dr. Pomarico 1 Exam2Review Chapter5 1.Whichofthefollowingarenotpolysaccharides? a)glycogen b)starch c)chitin d)hydrocarbon 2.Whichofthefollowingarenottrueofpentoses? a)theyarefoundinnucleicacids b)theycanoccurinringstructure c)theyhavetheform

  • 31 Pages biol1011 chap 7
    biol1011 chap 7

    School: LSU

    Course: Biol 1201 Exam 1

    Note: These answers are pretty correct, but I would look them up yourself just in case! Biology 1011 Test Three Questions Chapter 7 Questions 1. Which of the following is incorrect? A. DNA polymerase - makes a molecule of DNA from a DNA template B. RNA po

  • 10 Pages Ch 6 Homework
    Ch 6 Homework

    School: LSU

    Chapter 6: Tour of a Cell HOMEWORK Part A Organelles of the endomembrane system The endomembrane system is critical for the synthesis, processing, and movement of proteins and lipids in the cell. The smooth ER functions mainly in lipid synthesis and proce

  • 32 Pages MidtermReview
    MidtermReview

    School: LSU

    BICD 100: Midterm Review Kevin Wu Mastering Genetics Problem Set 2, Part 7A You decide to conduct a genetic analysis of mutant lines by crossing each with a pure-breeding wild-type line. The numbers in the F2 indicate the number of progeny in each phenoty

  • 6 Pages bio notes
    bio notes

    School: LSU

    10/29/2007 1:35:00 PM Cell Cycle: About the life of the cell (birth to death of cell) Cell Cycle 1. 2. 3. 4. Cytokinesis G1 = Gap 1 S = Replication (DNA Compied) G2 = Gap 2 5. Cell Division G1, S, and G2 = Interphase Karyokinesis: Can occue by one o

  • 9 Pages bio study guide 3
    bio study guide 3

    School: LSU

    Structure of Nucleic Acids: nucleotide structure nitrogenous bases * purines (a=adenine, g=guanine) (double ring) * pyrimidines (t=thymine, c=cytosine) (single ring) all species the amount of A=T and G=C but each species has its own ratio of AT/GC mo

  • 7 Pages Biology notes
    Biology notes

    School: LSU

    Biology 1201 notes 8-28-07 What is Science? Body of knowledge System of explaining Scientific Method Observation-generalization or model-hypothesis-test-new observations Circular process- starts with observation and end with observations but new ones

  • Pages Biology Final Exam ReviewJustine KarainChapter 18
  • 8 Pages Biology 1201 Chapter 14 notes
    Biology 1201 Chapter 14 notes

    School: LSU

    Biology 1201 Chapter 14 notes Chapter 14 MENDEL AND THE GENE IDEA Heredity: The Story of Gregor Mendel - 14.1.1 >The father of genetics: Johann (Gregor) Mendel Mendel was a monk who was trained in science at the University of Vienna. The realization

  • 4 Pages Biology 1201 Chapter 12 notes
    Biology 1201 Chapter 12 notes

    School: LSU

    Biology 1201 Chapter 12 notes Chapter 12 THE CELL CYCLE >Cell division functions in reproduction, growth, and tissue renewal (see fig. 12.2) -Cell division -Genome Some characteristics of cell division -Replication of DNA -Equal distribution of DN

  • 8 Pages Biology 1201 Chapter 13 notes
    Biology 1201 Chapter 13 notes

    School: LSU

    Biology 1201 Chapter 13 notes CHAPTER 13 MEIOSIS AND SEXUAL LIFE CYCLES Reproduction is an emergent property associated with life. The reproduction of an organism is a consequence of heredity. -Heredity is the continuity of biological traits from on

  • 2 Pages biol1201 quiz 19
    biol1201 quiz 19

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 19 Completed 55 out of 55 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 1 minutes, and 24 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 5 of 5 points Which of the following is true of translation in both prokaryo

  • 2 Pages biol1201 t2photosynthesis
    biol1201 t2photosynthesis

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Biology 1201 Section 1 Spring 2008 Worksheet on Photosynthesis Photosynthesis "perhaps the most important reaction in biology" (See Figures 10.5, 10.12. 10.13, 10.18 and 10.21 in the text for a summary.) Autotroph Heterotroph Chlorophyll A and chloro

  • 2 Pages biol1201 quiz 13
    biol1201 quiz 13

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 13 Completed 46 out of 46 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 1 minutes, and 30 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 5 of 5 points One difference between meiosis I and meiosis II is that _. Sel

  • 5 Pages biol1201 notes march11
    biol1201 notes march11

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    3/11/08 How many different alleles can a diploid individual have at a single gene locus if there are 4 alleles in the population? o 2 When does Mendelian segregation occur? o Anaphase I Homozygote: o aa and AA Genotype: o PP or Pp The _ determines th

  • 3 Pages biol1201 march 27
    biol1201 march 27

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    3/27/08 Human DNA does not incorporate AZT. Why? Human DNA polymerase has a proof-reading ability The base pairing between strands is stabilized by hydrogen bonds "A" pairs with what base? The enzyme that inserts the RNA primer in the DNA synthesis p

  • 2 Pages Biol1201 Quiz 3
    Biol1201 Quiz 3

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 3 Completed 6 out of 6 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 0 minutes, and 28 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 1 of 1 points Figure 4.11 Which functional group is not present in the molecu

  • 3 Pages biol1201 quiz 20
    biol1201 quiz 20

    School: LSU

    Course: Biological Sciences

    Name: Status : Score: Quiz 20 Completed 5 out of 5 points Time Elapsed: 0 hours, 0 minutes, and 40 seconds out of 1 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions: Question 1 1 of 1 points In deep-living angler fish, the female is a parasite on the male

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