Bio chapter 12 notes
Nature vs nurture
Taxis: directional and specific movement
Kinesis: random, stimulates a response
-humidity is the biggest stimulus
-related to increasing or slowing down a stimulation
Fixed action p
Exam 4 FINAL study guide
1. Every minute you have _5040_ mL of blood delivered to your cells.
- This is called what? The cardiac output
2. Your heart beats 72 times a minute, which is called _heart rate_.
3. The amount of blood pumped into systemic circul
SCHEDULE FOR ALL SECTIONS 1-20
Laboratory attendance is mandatory, excessive absences will lead to failure.
Yellow & Purple = no class due to a holidays
Blue = Finals Week
DNA & Electrophoresis worksheet
List all of the purines that are found in DNA. (1pt)
2. List all of the pyrimidines found in DNA.(1pt)
Below is a figure of a base pair. Please draw a square around the phosphate groups. Draw a circle around the
OBJECTIVES FOR CHAPTER 11, 12 & 15: DNA & REPLICATION, Transcription, Translation, Mitosis and Meiosis
Who are the following scientists and why are they important. (describe their work and wha
Objectives for Chapter 16
1. Know the following terms and be able to use them in questions.
e. Homozygote (dominant and recessive)
j. Parent, F1 and F2 generation
PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR CHAPTER 7
How many ATP do you get in a eukaryotic cell when oxygen is present?
Were in the prokaryote does the citric acid cycle (CAC) take place?
What molecule is limiting in fermentation?
What process forms ATP duri
(RNA and Protein Production)
Gene function at the level of physical traits
Gene function at the molecular level
Two levels tied together since the
molecular level affects the structure a
DNA Lab Procedure
ALL STUDENTS MUST PRACTICE USING THE MICROPIPETS BEFORE BEGINNING THE EXTRACTION
1. Obtain 100 mg of onion sample, and place in mortar with a small amount of sand (about 10
grains of sand will do).
2. Use the pestle to grind the onion an
modified from lecture by
Brenda Leady, University of Toledo
Genetic material must be able to:
Contain the information necessary to
construct an entire organism
SCIENTIFIC METHOD ASSIGNMENT
Students are to produce a hypothesis for one of the three questions
provided. Then students should design an experiment that will test the
hypothesis. There is a rubric on the last page that will allow students to
Genetics Worksheet: for all sections: NAME _
FERN LIFE CYCLE: the figure above can be used to assist students while answering the following questions.
1. What process produces spores in the fern life cycle?
2. What is the name of the struc
Study Guide Exam 4
Ch 41: Neuroscience one: cells of the nervous system
1. Using a table or tree-graph describe the divisions of the animal nervous system
2. Draw a neuron and label its parts, give a basic description of each parts function
3. What are gl
Biol 221 Exam #2
Bone practical and Patellar Reflex
There are 25 stations with four questions at each
Circle the number that you are starting with on
your answer sheet.
Answer the questions and put your answers on
the answer she
Listed below are scientists names. Each of them conducted an experiment or a group of experiments. In
some cases, a group of scientists have been given credit for doing work on the same topic. Fill in the
table with the information requested for each scie
BIOL 220 Exam IV (aka the Motha Fuckin Final)
The cardiovascular system allows us to be efficient by aiding in respiratory gas needs, distributing
nutrients to cells, and removal of waste products. It is driven by a heart tha
BIOL 220 Exam II
In order for muscle tissue to be muscle tissue, it must exhibit the following characteristics:
Excitability has to be able to be aware of its environment and perceive changes (ability
to be affected by a stimulus)
Revisiting an old debatemost behavior is a mixture of genetic and environmental
o Nature versus nurture
Naturebehaviors are: innate, hard wired, genetically determined
Nurturebehaviors are: learned, flexible, not genetical
Biology 318 Exam 4 Questions (From Ch 23, 27, 28)
1. Micturition occurs when the _ contracts.
a. detrusor muscle
b. internal urethral sphincter
c. external urethral sphincter
d. muscularis of the ureter
e. all of the above
2. The compact ball of capillari
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Urinaxy & Digestive
Multiple Choice: one best answer (2 points each)
1. The hormone that &'bits gastt.lc muscle, slowing passage of food into the dut%hWci
G g a s t r i c inhiiitory pepticie
October 18, 2006
The endocrine system and the nervous system are sister systems because the
endocrine system is controlling hormones, and in a way some hormones are
neurotransmitters (as used in the nervous system).
Hormone- substance re
Homeostasis maintains internal consistency via various mechanisms
o Set points:
For glucose 90mg/100mL. Digression if moving in a positive direction of
o Negative feedback main mechanism in homeostasis. Occur in loops.
Summer 2008 (UPDATED)
12. Chemical digestion reduces large complex
molecules to simpler compounds by the
The stimulus for ACTH secretion is:
The gas that is the most important chemical
regulator of re
1. 101 mm HG
2. 104 mm Hg
3. 46 mm Hg
4. 47 mm Hg
Multiple Choice one best answer
The stimulus for ACTH secretion is:
1. high Na+ level
2. High K+ level
4. none of the above
The gas that is the most important
Exam 1 Notes
Feedback mech. allows adjust to changes in our internal/external environment to maintain homeostasis.
Negative Feedback Mechanisms
Negative feedback mechanisms digress from standard and goes back to standard.
Right side of diagram
November 29, 2013
1. The kidneys play several roles in regulating the composition, volume, and pH
of the blood. The kidneys maintain homeostasis for optimal cell and tissue
metabolism by separating urea, mineral salts, toxin
OBJECTIVES FOR CHAPTER 11, 12 & 15: DNA & REPLICATION, Transcription, Translation, Mitosis and
1. Who are the following scientists and why are they important. (describe their work and what it
a. Hershey and Chase
i. 1952, studying T2 vi
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Biology 110 review questions for Exam 3
1. At which phase of mitosis are chromosomes first visible?
2. When does cross over happen?
a. Prophase I
3. All of the following are synthesized by transcription EXCEPT
a. Okazaki Fragments
4. What is p