Laboratory 6: Kingdom Fungi
Become familiar with the taxonomy of the fungi Understand the niches filled by fungi in the web of life Examine representative taxa of fungi
Fungi are responsible for breaking down dead organic matter Th
Laboratory 5: Kingdoms Monera & Protista Monera
at representative organisms in the Kingdoms Monera and Protista Kingdoms the functions of these two
Kingdoms Monera and Protista King
After completing this exercise, you should be able to:
Estimate your household energy and water usage.
Analyze your usage patterns to determine ways to save energy and/or water in
Homework 1: Scientific Method
1.) Complete Activity 4 for Lab 1. The graph must be completed with a computer
graphing program and must contain all the appropriate parts of a graph (Title,
labels, key, etc.). Attach your graph to this homework prio
Bio 100 Lab
1.) List the 4 components that all cells (prokaryotic and eukaryotic) have in common (4pts).
2.) Which structure is the location where proteins are made in the cell (2pts)?
3.) Which structure is s
Bio 100 Exam I Review Sheet
What is anecdotal evidence?
Explain the significance of peer review in science.
What is a hypothesis? What are the characteristics of a good hypothesis?
Explain the difference between independent and dependent
Bio 100 Exam II Review Sheet Richmond Campus, Spring 2014
This is an early version of the review sheet for the second exam on March 5th; the actual exam may
include more or less material than found here depending on what happens in class between now and t
Bio 100 Exam III Review Sheet
What is Staphylococcus aureus and why did we talk extensively about this organism as we discussed
evolution and natural selection?
How do bacteria reproduce?
Why are mutations more frequent in bacteria as opp
Bio 100 Exam IV Review Sheet Spring 2014
This is a review sheet for Exam #4 that will occur on April 16, 2014. The exam will likely cover chapter 18,
19, and 23 although the exact content will be determined based on what we cover in class tomorrow and
Bio 100 Final Exam Review Sheet Spring 2014
Chapter 19 (only from mammals onward)
What characteristics are unique to class Aves (birds)?
What characteristics are unique to class Mammalia?
List the three groups of organisms found in class Mammalia an
Bio 100 Exam #3 Review Sheet Part I
This review sheet is intended to be a useful tool in preparation for the third exam which will be held on
Monday November 3. This exam will cover Chapter 7 up to where arrive in lecture on October 29th. It will
Bio 100 Exam II Review Sheet
This review sheet is intended to be a useful tool in preparation for the first exam which will be held on Wed.
October 1st. This exam will cover Chapter 3 from hydrolysis onward, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, and Chapter 6.
1.) List the 4 components that all cells (prokaryotic and eukaryotic) have in common (2pts).
2.) Which structure is the location where proteins are made in the cell (1pt)?
a. Proteins are made in t
For homework number 3, you need to find an articles out of a magazine or newspaper with a topic that is
directly related to a topic in biology. The topic can be anything that is biological and that you find
interesting, e.g. a new cancer
Laboratory 2: Pyramid of Biomass and Energy, Ecological Succession Ecological
Understand the pyramid of biomass and energy Understand the concept of ecological succession Understand our campus as an ecosystem
What is Ecology? What
Laboratory 3: The Microscope
the parts of the compound microscope to use the compound microscope the different kinds of microscopes
Why Do We Use A Microscope?
scientific instruments are used to extend our senses help
Laboratory4:Taxonomyand Classification/Kingdoms Plantae&Animalia
Understand the process by which organisms are catalogued and organized Produce a dichotomous key Learn the major groups of taxa of animals and plants in the temperate forest
Understand the cell theory Understand variation in cells Reinforce the difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
The cell is the basic unit of life Levels below the cell such as organell
Laboratory 9: Photosynthesis & Respiration
Understand photosynthesis and respiration Learn the molecular formula for photosynthesis and respiration Learn about anaerobic respiration Common pigments found in leaves Demonstrate the production
Laboratory 11: Mendelian Genetics & Human Traits
the principles required to do simple monohybrid genetic crosses information on how Gregor Mendal developed his system a variety of human genetic traits that exhibit simple complete dom
Laboratory 12: Population Genetics & Natural Selection Genetics
To understand the difference between To individual human genetics and genetics of populations populations Concept of gene frequencies changes Understand Darwins concept
There are four kinds of orbitals: s, p, d, and f. Each s orbital hold 2 electrons (1 pair). Each p
orbital holds 6 (3 pairs), d orbitals hold 10 (5 pairs) and f orbitals hold 14 (7 pairs).
The first orbit only has an s orbital. So it holds 2 electrons.