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  • Biol 160
    Study Guide ? Final Exam

  • Biology 160
    Study Guide #5

    1. Be able to write the basic reaction that describes cellular respiration
    2. What are the three main stages of cellular respiration? Be able to say what goes in and

  • Metabolism and Photosynthesis

    Chapters 6 & 7

    Autotrophs

    Chloroplasts

    ? Contain chlorophyll

    ? Green

    ? Site of photosynthesis

    ? Concentrated in leaves

    Chloroplast Structure

    Overview of Photosynthesis

    ? Light Reaction (stage 1)

    ? Occurs in thylakoid membranes of granna

  • Gene Expression

    Chapter 11

    ? Differentiation yields a variety of cell types, each
    expressing a different combination of genes

    ? Different types of cells make different proteins because
    different combinations of genes are active in each type

    Muscle cell Pancreas cells Blood cells
    Fiure 11.2

  • Biology 160 ? Fundamentals of Cell Biology
    Gavan M. Albright, MS.

    Tacoma Community College
    Syllabus

    Instructor: Gavan M. Albright, MS.
    Biology 160 ? Fundamentals of the Cell

    Course Description:

  • Biology 160

    Lecture 1

    Introduction, Chemistry and
    Molecules

    Introductory Concepts for Studying Biology
    & Science

    ? Chapter 1

    What is science?

    ? Knowledge gained through careful
    observation, experimentation and
    reasoning.

    ? Science is:

    ? Explanatory

    ? Testable

    ? Reproducible

  • Inheritance and DNA

    Cellular Basis of Reproduction &
    Inheritance

    ? Chapter 8

    The cell cycle multiplies cells and consists of two
    major phases

    Figure 8.5

    ? The stages of cell division

    Figure 8.6 (Part 1)

    Figure 8.6 (Part 2)

    Cytokinesis differs for plant and animal cells

    Figure 8.7A

  • How Populations Evolve

    Historical Theories

    ? Anaximander (~2500 yrs ago)

    ? Aristotle

    ? Georges Buffon (1700?s)

    ? Jean Baptist Lemark (late 1700?s - early1800?s)

    ? Erasmus Darwin

    Charles Darwin

    18591874

    Voyage of the HMS Beagle

    On the Origin of Species?

    ? Descent With

    Modification

  • Cells, Membranes and Cellular
    Reproduction

    A Tour of the Cell ? Cell Structure &
    Function

    ? Chapter 4

    ? Compared to the images
    generated by the Hubble telescope
    or the planetary probes like
    Voyager, telescope images are
    limited.

    ? Same with looking at cells under a
    light microscope, view is limited.

  • Inheritance and DNA

    Cellular Basis of Reproduction & Inheritance
    Chapter 8

    The cell cycle multiplies cells and consists of two major phases
    Figure 8.5

    The stages of cell division
    Figure 8.6 (Part 1)

    Figure 8.6 (Part 2)

    Cytokinesis differs for plant and animal cells
    Figure 8.7A

  • BSCS Biology: An Ecological Approach
    Chapters 4 & 5: Objectives

  • Miles Diehl
    5th period
    10/26/2013

  • Chapter 18 Regulation of Gene Expression

    Conducting the Genetic Orchestra

    Cells precisely regulate their gene expression.

    Both prokaryotes and eukaryotes must alter thaier patterns of gene expression in response to changes in the environment.

  • Chapter 16 The Molecular Basis of Inheritance
    Essay questions will be on Feulgen, Griffith experiement, Hershey and Chase, Chargoff, Watson and Crick, Tatum Beadle Experiment
    Overview:
    Your genetic material is contained in: 1. 46 chromsomes from mom and dad
    2. Mitochondrial DNA from mom

  • AP Biology Chapter 17 (17.3 and 17.4)

    17.3 Eukaryotic cells modify RNA after transcription

    RNA Processing: in the nucleus ? before it is sent out to the cytoplasm.
    both ends of the primary transcript are altered
    certain interior sections are cut out

    A. Alternation of mRNA Ends (Figure 17.9)

    Both ends of the mRNA are modified in a particular way

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