Carbohydrate Deficiencys Effect on Manduca sextas Growth and
Bio 102 Wednesday PM
Lab Parterners: Taylor Kim, Susanna Yee, Tara Cicic
Manduca sexta, commonly referred to as a Tobacco Hornworm, has a diet that
primarily involves to
Professor Cramer & Professor Townsend
February 10th, 2016
This lab module aimed to determine weight of different tissues proteins from the
distance it traveled in polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. In order to determine molecular
weight, we had t
September 8, 2015
Prof. Cramer & Prof. Townsend
Lab Module 1
Organism observed: Harvestdman (Daddy long-leg) Leiobunum vittatum
The organism I chose to observe during our walk in the Kirkland Glen was the
Harvestman, better known as the daddy-lo
Human VNTR Polymorphism Amplification Through PCR
Bio-101: Tuesday PM lab
In this lab experiment, I tested for the number of base-pair repeats that occurred in the
polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for the mPCT118 region of my ch
Diversity in Nature
Bio-101: Tuesday PM lab
Lab Partner: Andre
In this lab I expected to find that as the observed area grew larger, we would find a
greater diversity in plant species. Before we began, I believed that there
Color Emission and Absorption
Principles of Chemistry 120
Thursday Lab Section
September 17th, 2015
Flame Test Data
Data Table 1: Flame Test Observations and Results in Order of Increasing Energy
(See notebook for raw data set)
Topic outline: Multicellular life Control Systems
Scaling up - Multicellular Life advantages, challenges, solutions
Text Modules: 13, 123, 124, 137, 138
Observation: the majority of organisms are unicellular, but the organisms we are most familiar
Bio 102 Lecture- Section 1
Lab Section- Wednesday PM
Lipid and protein molecules are critical components of our diets because they provide us
with essential nutrients that our body uses to carry out vital functions. Lipids are fats that can be
Enzymes and cells
1. To know the basics of transcription
2. To know how cells synthesize a protein (translation).
3. To know the cellular location of protein synthesis
4. To understand how proteins are targeted to spe
Aim: - Why are weak bonds important?
VIII. Biologically Important Weak Bonds
Covalent bonds- require 50-110 kcal of energy to break
A. Why does life rely on weak bonds? Life requires change & all change begins at the
molecular level. Weak bonds allow for
Aim: - What bonding types are there?
V. Chemical Bonds
What causes bonding? Atoms tendency to fill their outer shells.
A. Ionic Bonds: the more electronegative atom strips electrons from its partner
1. Na loses an electron to become an electron donor (cat
Aim: - Water and its Properties
C. Role of Water in Regulating Environmental Temperatures
Most important to fitness of the environment. What is temperature a measure of?
1. Water has a high specific heat. The amount of heat energy (gained or lost) to
Aim: Intro to Chemistry in Biology
Chapters 2-3: Atoms, Molecules, and Chemical Bonds
- What is life?
Life is a series of chemical reactions.
- What is reductionism?
Studying something at lowest level of organization.
- What is the hierarchy of organizati
Aim: - Carbon= Building Blocks of Life
Do Now: Explain waters emergent properties. How do they contribute to Earths
sustainability of life?
1. Cohesive behavior, which is the linking together of like molecules, often by hydrogen
2. The ability to m