(Q1) Define Molarity (M) (2 points)
(Q2) If you have stock solution of o.1 M starch, then how many mL of this stock will you mix with
water to achieve 50mL of 0.05 M solution? Show calculation (5 points)
1. Be familiar with figure 42.2. [What structures are in the forebrain? What structures are in the
diencephalon?] Describe the functional areas of the cerebrum.
a. Cerebrum and Diencephalon
b. Cerebrum structures
i. Cerebral cortex
1. Function include: vo
1. Who is considered the father of Genetics?
2. Can animals asexually reproduce? Name all of the processes that are used.
i. Portion of parent organism pinches off to form complete new individual
i. Complete org
PRACTICE EXAM SPRING 2017
1. Regarding the ferns, answer the following questions:
a) Sporophytes are _ (Diploid/haploid) (1 point)
b) Gametophytes are _ (Diploid/haploid) (1 point)
c) Sporophytes produce spores ( true/false) (1 point)
d) Male and female p
25 November 2015
Biology 112 Lab
Introduction Neurons are the cells in our body that send signals to and from our brain, muscles, and
glands. Basically they allow us to do everything, like moving, feeling, and
Lab Week 4: Enzyme Functions (Part 2)
INTRODUCTION: The main goal of this lab is to understand what an enzyme is and how it
works. An enzyme is a protein that acts as a catalyst in metabolic reactions. We will study the
rate of these reactions, otherwise
1. Produce a starch solution at 0.007M concentration. Make 100 ml
2. Add 1 ml of iodine
3. Set the logger lite to time based collection collected for 10 minutes with 10
measurements per minute
4. Once you are ready to measure place 10 ml of t
Figure 2.1: The path of light in a compound microscope.
Objective (1 Ox)
(oommls the amount and
inlensily of light released
1mm the light source)
Light source Body
The Standard Curve & Kinetics
KEY WORDS: Enzyme; Catalyst; Amylase; Colorimeter; Active site; Substrate; Standard
curve; Molarity; Beer’s law; Concentration, Solute; Solvent; Kinetics
GOALS: l-understand what an enzyme is and how it works,
1) What is the difference between DNA and RNA? (5 points)
- DNA is a double stranded helix, while RNA is single-stranded.
2) Name all the 5 nitrogenous bases that make up DNA and RNA (5 points)
- Cytosine, guanine, adenine, thymine, & uracil.
1. Difference between mitosis and meiosis. (5 points)
a. Mitosis is responsible for reproducing somatic cells, while meiosis is responsible for
reproducing germ cells
b. In mitosis, the cell divides only once, while in meiosis there are 2 cel
Name _ CLID _
Please transcribe and translate the gene provided. Please provide the code for the nonsense strand of DNA too. Due Monday, 10-10-2011.
Make sure you label the 3 and 5 ends of the nucleic acids, as well as the amino (NH3)
group and the carbox