Bio Lab Final - KSU
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Lab 5: The artificial substrate you will be using in this lab is
Lab 5: The enzyme you will be testing in this lab is
Lab 5: The sign of high enzyme activity is
a high OD
Lab 5: The two environmental conditions that you are testing in this lab are
pH and temperature
Lab 5: For each condition tested two tubes will be created, one will have the enzyme and the substrate the
other will have the substrate and DI water. What is the purpose of this second tube?
It will be used to set the spectrophotometer to zero absorbance.
Lab 5: After this lab you will be graphing
the change in OD against the temperature
Lab 5: Why will you take both a zero minute and a fifteen minute reading?
To determine how the enzyme acts after incubation under certain conditions
Lab 6: The enzyme you will be testing in this lab is
Lab 6: The sign of the highest enzyme activity is
a colorless solution
Lab 6: The organism used to supply the sample is
Lab 6: . The organelle that is being tested
Lab 6: The calculations for EU and SA in this lab are used to (choose all that apply)
b. put the measurements in a standard form
c. account for the purity of the enzyme
d. allow samples to be compared to one another
Lab 6: The fraction of the sample that contains the organelle to be studied is called
Lab 6: The artificial electron acceptor you will be using in this lab is
Lab 7: The two zones that are to be compared are
The zone of maturation and the meristem
Lab 7: The mitotic index is calculated by
# of cells dividing/total # cell observed
Lab 7: 3. The picture shows which phase of mitosis?
Lab 7: The picture shows which phase of mitosis?
Lab 7:The picture shows which phase of mitosis?
Lab 7: The three major stages of the cell cycle are
interphase, mitotic phase, cytokinesis
Lab 8: The property of the photosynthetic pigments that will be used to separate them during
Lab 8: The Rf value is calculated by
distance of pigment/distance of solvent front
Lab 8:The organism used to supply the sample is
Lab 8:The type of chromatography used is
Lab 8:What product is produced during the lab in week 1 the will be used in chromatography?
A vial of pigment
Lab 8:During week 2 what data will be collected? (choose all that apply)
a. A chromatogram
b. An absorption spectra
d. An Rf value
Lab 8:Which wavelength(s) will be used during week 2 for OD readings?
400 - 800
Lab 9: In the Hardy Weinberg equation, q2
The homozygous recessive individual
Lab 9:In Part A of the lab what is used to represent an individual?
Lab 9:The terms p and q in the Hardy Weisberg equation stand for
The frequency of alleles present in the population
Lab 9:. How many degrees of freedom are used in the Part A Chi-square test?
Lab 9:In Part B of the lab what do the 25% of the chips that remain on the cloth represent?
The number of surviving individuals with the trait in the population
Lab 9:What trait is examined in fruit flies in Part C of the lab?
Lab 9: What is the genetic makeup of the parent generation of fruit flies in Part C of the lab?
What is DCIP
Artificial electron acceptor
What is succinate
What does KCN do
Blocks ETS from happening by not allowing electrons to be picked up
What does homogenate mean
Ground up beyond recognition
Where does glycolysis occur
where is the ETS located?
within the mitochondria in structure cristae
where is the citric acid cycle take place
More polar than cartenes because of presence of oxygen
differential survival and reproduction of genotypes
arrival and incorporation of new individual
random fluctuations in allelic frequncies
creation of allele due to random change in DNA
in Hardy-Weinberg P and Q denote what?
Q: Recessive trait
When is Hardy-Weinberg at equilibrium?
When there is no evolutionary processes acting on the population
In Hardy-Weinberg what adoes P2, Q2 and 2PQ denote?
Q2: homozygous recessive
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