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Biology 2 Practicum
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Fill in the missing monosaccharide that belongs to the summary reaction below
The summary C6H12O6+6O26CO2+ATP+HEAT is what reaction?
Respiration Aerobic Reaction
What is the missing monosaccharide that belongs to both A & B summary reactions?
What represents the summary for which reaction? C6H12O6+6O26CO2+ATP+HEAT
The bubbles produced what gas?
Which of the setups, one exposed to direct light and one exposed to no light would indicate a slower rate of photosynthesis?
The one that is not exposed to light
Name the gas that was produced in this to determine the effect of different carbohydrates on the rate of respiration in yeast?
CO2 or Carbon Dioxide
Which tube would represent the fastest rate at which the sugar in the solution was converted into CO2?
The tube with glucose
Which tube would represent the slowest rate or no rate at which the sugar in the solution was converted to CO2?
The tube with water
Name the technique in which photosynthetic pigments were separated?
Which pigment is the least soluble and most popular of all the other pigments?
Which pigment is the most soluble and least polar of all the other pigments?
Carotene or Beta-Carotene
In the equation A represents?
In the equation B represents?
During cell respiration glucose is broken down into 2 pyruvate by processes known as?
Where does this process take place in the cell?
Which of the 2 reactions adds electrons and protons from NADPH to reduce CO2 and uses ATP energy to form new bonds to make carbohydrates?
Biochemical reactions (light independent reaction)
Which of the 2 reactions is faster in photosynthesis?
Photocehmical (light dependent reaction)
What phase of the cell cycle results in a temporary of permanent exit from the cell cycle?
What phase of the cell cycle begins with mitosis and ends with cytokinesis?
What phase of the cell cycle is labeled C?
G2 second gap phases
What are A,B,D-F
Siser chromatids are joined at a specific point or segment. Please name the segment
What is stage of mitosis observed in this slide?
What is the name of the location where the chromosomes become arranged so that their centromeres all lay on one plane near the cell center?
What stage of mitosis is observed in this slide?
During Meosis 1 of the stage in the slide, what actually seperates and moved toward their perspective poles?
What is the structure at the center of the slide?
What stage of mitosis is this?
The procedure of haploid cells in animals occurs by what process?
What is the ploidy of haploid cells?
_________ is hereditary macromolecule through which traits are passed from parent to offspring?
_____ is the term commonly used to describe mRNA that determines the structure of a protein?
________ is the genetic composition of any individual.
Genome or Genotype
What would the phenotype be of an individual with genotype Bb?
True of false: Meiosis is reductional division-where the final haploid cells are genetically identitical
T OR F: Through random assortment, each parental allele has a 50% chance of being in a certain gamete?
_______ is a type of inheritance where both alleles are expressed or contribute to the phenotype of the heterozgote
________ is a type of inheritance in which 1 allele for a specific trait is not completely dominant over the other allele
Based on the table how many of the offspring are homozygous dominant?
If one's parent's genotype is recessive, what is the genotype of the other parent?
Using the table, what is the percentage of the offspring having a heterozygous dominant genotype?
What is the percentage of the offspring having a recessive phenotype?
In what nucleic acid is this nucleotide found?
This nucleotide contains what sugar?
What is the nitrogenous base of this?
What is the nitrogenous base of this? (2)
Central Dogma =
DNA RNA PROTEIN
What is missing in the space labeled "A"?
The synthesis of "A" is called?
What solution was used to extract DNA from onion or strawberry cells?
Name the detergent component of this solution?
Strand B is the _________ strand?
What is the name of this tool?
What is this tool used for?
To spool DNA or pull DNA from solution
What is the name of this material? What is this tool used for?
Cheese Cloth; Filtering
DNA is precipitated using _______ ethanol?
Ice-Cold 95% ethanol
DNA can be stored in ______ ethanol?
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