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  • Chapter 43 The Immune System

    Overview: Reconnaissance, Recognition and Response

    Pathogens: infectious agents that cause disease
    Constantly attacking animals
    Infect a wide variety of animals (including humans)

    Types of pathogens: Viruses
    Bacteria
    Protists
    Fungi

  • Chapter 26 ? Phylogeny and the Tree of Life

    Overview: Investigating the Tree of Life
    Process of evolution ? the evolutionary mechanisms (from Unit 4)

    Pattern of Evolution ? observations of evolution?s products over time. (focus of this chapter)

    Phylogeny ? The evolutionary history of a species or group of species.

  • AP Biology Chapter 21
    Genomes and Their Evolution

    Overview ? Reading the Leaves form the Tree of Life

    Scientists are now able to compare different species by comparing their DNA

    We have sequenced the full DNA of many different species now

  • Chapter?13 Meiosis?and?Sexual?Life?Cycles
    The?following?questions?reflect?a?significant?change?from?previous?editions?of?the?Test?Bank?and?include
    assessment?of?all?skill?levels.?Several?of?the?questions?also?bridge?to?concepts?from?the?previous?chapter
    to?the?ones?following?on?Mendelian?genetics?and?evolution?by?means?of?natural?selection,?to?assess

  • Campbell's Biology, 9e (Reece et al.)

    Chapter 9 Cellular Respiration and Fermentation

  • lab

    8. Infrared Spectroscopy

  • Unit 1
    Chapter 2: Chemistry of Life
    Section 1: Nature of Matter
    Atom
    Smallest unit of matter that can?t be broken down by chemical means
    Protons, Neutrons, Electrons
    Electron cloud
    Region around nucleus that electrons can occupy at any time
    Stable atoms usually have no charge
    1 electron for every 1 proton
    Elements

  • Introduction to Cell Biology Name: September 30, 2010 Student ID:

    Exam I - Version 1

    Section 1: True and False (3 points each).

    1. A virus is a living organism.

    A) True

    B) False

    2. The cytoskeleton is made up of actin filaments, microtubules, and intermediate filaments.

    A) True

    B) False

  • Introduction to Cell Biology Name: October 28, 2010 Student ID:

    Exam II - Version 1

    Section 1: Complete each sentence with one of the two answers (A / B) (3 points each).

    1. donate high-energy electrons for synthesis of ATP.

    A) NAD+
    B) NADH

  • Practice Problems for Molecular Biology, Session 5: Gene Regulation and the Lac Operon

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    a) How does lactose (allolactose) promote transcription of LacZ?

  • Solutions to Practice Problems for Molecular Biology, Session 5: Gene Regulation and the Lac Operon

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    Question 1
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    a) How does lactose (allolactose) promote transcription of LacZ?

  • Practice Problems for Molecular Biology, Session 3: Transcription, Translation

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    Question 1
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    Fill in the table:

    ? Transcription Translation
    Where does this process occur in a

    eukaryotic cell?

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    What is the enzyme that carries out
    this process?

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  • glucose lactose

    operator
    (repressor binding site)

    PromoterZYA

    lacZ lacY lacAcrp lacI

    repressor
    active

    activator
    inactive

    PromoterIPromotercrp
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    mRNA mRNA

    activator
    binding site

    polymerase
    RNA

    polymerase
    RNA

    operator
    (repressor binding site)

  • Solutions to Practice Problems for Molecular Biology, Session 3: Transcription, Translation

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    Question 1
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    Fill in the table:

    ? Transcription Translation
    Where does this process occur in a nucleus cytoplasm

    eukaryotic cell?
    What is the enzyme that carries out RNA polymerase Ribosome

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    Solutions for Practice Problems for Molecular Biology, Session 2: DNA Replication

    Question 1

    ATP

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    H

    a) Box the part that is added to a growing chain of nucleic acid.

    b) Star the atom(s) that can form a hydrogen bond with the complementary nitrogenous base.

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