Chapter 1 Test Study Guide
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along with the other study guide. - Phil
Read All The PowerPoint presentations: And Answer All The Phil R. Questions (Direct from
What is HRT?
The Procedure #1
The Procedure #2
The Procedure #3
1. A 1500 kg automobile is traveling on a horizontal road at constant velocity of 15 m/s for
30s. The coefficient of kinetic friction with the ground is 0.40.
a. What is the work done by the force of gravity?
b. What is the work done by the Normal contact
Nucleic Acids - a review.
DNA and RNA are polymers
muo monomers called nucleotides
DNA vs RNA
sugar is a deoxyribose
sugar is a ribose
nucleotide can be an
A, G, C or T
Bio168 Anatomy & Physiology
Readings: Saladin, pp. 453-451
Explain how resting potential is created and maintained.
Describe the events in the generation and propagation of an action potential.
Ion Movements and El
Electromagnetic (EM) Spectrum
Dual nature of light
(and other EM rays)
A wave is define by three parts:
1. wavelength (): distance between identical
points on adjacent waves
2. frequency (): waves per
BIO 280 - Microbiology
Post-Lab Assignment: 20 points
I would prefer a Word document if possible, 2 pages, 1.5 spaced, 1 inch margins.
Bring it to my office or email it to me by 11pm Tuesday April 1 (no fooling).
The research carried out in the assigned P
I. Introduction to organic molecules
II. Carbon Diversity
III. 4 classes of organic molecules
Inorganic Chemistry of elements other
Organic Carbon-based chemistry
Organic molecules have a backbone o
Organisms & Abiotic Factors
What are some major ways that two organisms can interact?
Mutualism + +
Parasitism + Commensalism + o
Predation + What is competition?
The negative effect which one organism has upon another by consuming, or controlling ac