BIOL 210 Study Guide Final Exam
Fall 2016
1. Definitions:
Polar molecules: A molecule with a distribution of charges having a positive and
negative poles. Two kinds Polar Covalent Bonds (partly ionic bonds) and
Nonpolar Covalent Bonds (equal electronegat
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Prokaryotic cells are about the size of an individual mitochondrion.
Prokaryotic cells have ribosomes and circular DNA not contained
in a nucleus, and they lack the internal structure of eukaryotes.
adaptations in order from earliest to most recent adapta
Summary of Chapters 21, 22, 23 and 24.
The term ecosystem describes all interacting species, such
as moose, ticks, and wolves, as well as their surrounding
environment of trees, vegetation, and climate.
All of the polar bears, seals, fish species, whales,
Ch. 25, 27, 28
1. Tissues are composed of specialized cells that work together
2. There are 4 types of animal tissue
3. Comparing temperature regulation between giraffes and humans
is an example of physiology; comparing the paths of an octopuss
eye to a h
Vasoconstriction conserves body heat
Human is an example of an endotherm, and a fish is an example of
an ectotherm.
The hormone insulin is produced by the pancreas and its release
causes a decrease in blood-glucose levels.
Ectotherms get the energy they n
CHAPTERS 29,30,31,32
1. Why isnt a virus considered alive? It doesnt reproduce
without the host cell.
2. Which of the following characteristics describe viruses? An
infectious particle, contains a genetic material of RNA &
DNA, have a capsid made of prote
When smoking, nicotine passes from the lungs to the blood
stream.
The central nervous system is composed of the brain and the
spinal cord.
Muscle cells that respond to signals from the central nervous
system are examples of effector cells
The general flow
CHAPTER 21
Population Ecology
The term COMMUNITY describes the interacting populations (e.g.,
moose and ticks) within an ecosystem
A report based on the interactions of wolves, moose, ticks, and
trees on Isle Royale describes a(n) COMMUNITY
All of the gra
Math 2115 Section 3.7 Related Rates
Learning Objectives: The learner will (1) find a related rate; (2) use related rates to solve real-life problems.
Go to the following website to view the animations of the example problems that we will be working on in
Math 210 Section 5.4 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Learning Objectives: The student will learn how to (1) evaluate a definite integral using the Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus; (2) understand and use the Mean Value Theorem for Integrals; (3) find t
Math 210 Section 5.3 Riemann Sums and Definite Integrals
Learning Objectives: The student will learn to (1) understand the definition of a Riemann sum; (2) evaluate a
definite integral using limits; (3) evaluate a definite integral using properties of def
Math 210 Section 5.5 Integration by Substitution
Learning Objectives: The student will learn how to (1) use pattern recognition to find an indefinite integral;
(2) use a change of variables to find an indefinite integral; (3) use the General Power Rule fo
Math 210 Section 5.7 The Natural Logarithmic Function: Integration
Learning Objectives: The student will learn how to (1) use the Log Rule for Integration to integrate a rational
function; (2) integrate trigonometric functions.
Theorem 5.21 Log Rule for I
Math 210 Section 5.8 Inverse Trigonometric Functions: Integration
Learning Objectives: The student will learn how to (1) integrate functions whose antiderivatives involve
inverse trigonometric functions; (2) use the method of completing the square to inte
Math 210 Section 7.2 Volume: The Disk Method
Learning Objectives: The learner will be able to: (1) find the volume of a solid of revolution using the disk
method and (2) find the volume of a solid of revolution using the washer method.
You have already le
Math 2115 Section 8.7 Indeterminate Forms and LHpitals Rule
Learning Objectives: The learner will (1) recognize limits that produce indeterminate forms; (2) apply
LHpitals Rule to evaluate a limit.
Recall from chapter 2 and section 4.5 that the forms
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Math 210 Section 7.3 Volume: The Shell Method
Learning Objectives: The learner will be able to (1) find the volume of a solid of revolution using the shell
method; (2) compare the uses of the disk method and the shell method.
The Shell Method
An alternati
Math 2115 Calculus I
7.2 Volume: The Disk/Washer Method
Extra Class Worksheet
Given the region bounded by = 2 , the x-axis, and = 3, answer the following by using the Disk/Washer
Method.
a. Sketch the given region, draw the representative rectangle, and s
What is an Animal?
Animals began around 550 million years ago during the Cambrian Explosion
Estimated to be between 8 million and 50 million extant animal species
1. Only 1.4 million have been described to date
Animal extinction is accelerating at an alar
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CHAPTER 56 ECOSYSTEMS AND GLOBAL ECOLOGY
56.1 Define ecosystem, ecosystems ecology, biotic, abiotic. P 1148 Knowledge
_ecosystem_ includes both the biotic community of organisms in an area and the abiotic
environment affecting that co
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CHAPTER 54 POPULATION ECOLOGY
54.1 Define population and population ecology. P1102
Knowledge
A _population_ is a group of interbreeding individuals occupying the same area at the same time.
_Population_ ecology is the study of a popula
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CHAPTER 52 AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY
52.1 Define ecology and discuss types of ecology focused on the level of organisms, population,
community, ecosystem, and the entire biosphere. P 1059 -1061 Application
1. _ecology_ is the study of
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CHAPTER 57 BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
57.1 Define biodiversity at the following levels: genetic, species and ecosystem. P1172-1175
Comprehension
Key: genetic
biodiversity
species
ecosystem
extinction
richness
_BIODIVERSITY_
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CHAPTER 55 COMMUNITY ECOLOGY
55.1 Define community and community ecology. P 1123 Knowledge
_community_ is all the populations that live in the same place at the same time.
_community_ ecology is the study of how groups of species inter
Math 2115 Section 5.2 Area
Learning Objectives: The student will learn how to (1) use sigma notation to write and evaluate a sum; (2)
understand the concept of area; (3) approximate the area of a plane region; (4) find the area of a plane region
using lim
Math 210 Section 2.2 Finding Limits Graphically and Numerically
Learning Objective: The learner will be able to (1) estimate a limit using a numerical or graphical approach;
(2) learn different ways that a limit can fail to exist; (3) study and use the fo
Math 210 Section 2.4 Continuity and One-Sided Limits
Learning Objectives: The learner will be able to (1) determine continuity at a point and continuity on an open
interval; (2) determine one-sided limits and continuity on a closed interval; (3) use prope
Math 210 Section 3.1 The Derivative and Tangent Line Problem
Learning Objective: The learner will (1) find the slope of a tangent line to a curve at a point; (2) use the limit
definition to find the derivative of a function; (3) understand the relationshi