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Biology Sheep Lab 3
lateral ventricle
corpus callosum
pineal gland
choroid plexis
lateral ventricle
corpus callosum
Biology lab 3,4,5
Cell theory
Unicellular
multicellular
Prokaryotic organisms
created by Schwann and Schleiden:... #1: all organism are compos…
single celled
made of many cells. different cell types within the one indiv…
do not have a membrane-bound nucleus... typically unicellular... in…
Cell theory
created by Schwann and Schleiden:... #1: all organism are compos…
Unicellular
single celled
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Biology 112 Lab 3
Domain Archaea
Domain Bacteria
Domain Eukarya
3 vital contributions bacteria make to…
prokaryotes that thrive in extreme environments such as hot s…
contains most prokaryotes, including pathogenic bacteria, blu…
organisms have nuclei and other membrane bound organelles ... th…
carbon cycle-decomposition and respiration... oxygen cycle-photo…
Domain Archaea
prokaryotes that thrive in extreme environments such as hot s…
Domain Bacteria
contains most prokaryotes, including pathogenic bacteria, blu…
Biology Lab 3 and 4
ecoderm
endoderm
mesoderm
matrix
cells on the outer surface. gives rise to skin and nervous sy…
cells on the inner surface. gives rise to digestive, respirat…
the cells in the middle layer. they give rise to muscle, bone…
extracellular material in cell
ecoderm
cells on the outer surface. gives rise to skin and nervous sy…
endoderm
cells on the inner surface. gives rise to digestive, respirat…
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Biology 121 lab 3, 4, 5
hyphae
mycelium
kingdom fungi characteristics
decomposers (saprotrophs)
tubular branched filaments that fungi grow in
group of hyphae
multicellular, heterotrophic, sessile
obtain nutrients by breaking down dead organic material
hyphae
tubular branched filaments that fungi grow in
mycelium
group of hyphae
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Biology Lab 3
alimentary canal
monomers
carbohydrases
lipases
a long tube in the digestive system extending from one end of…
individual subunits are attached to one another during a proc…
involved in the hydrolysis of carbohydrates
hydrolyze lipids
alimentary canal
a long tube in the digestive system extending from one end of…
monomers
individual subunits are attached to one another during a proc…
48 terms
Biology 102 Lab3
gram-negative bacillus
gram-negative coccus
gram-negative spirillum
prokaryotes
unicellular, lack nuclear membrane, lack membrane-bound organ…
gram-negative bacillus
gram-negative coccus
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Biology II Lab 3
Prostrate
Thallus
Gametophytes
Sporophytes
A plant with horizontal shoots close to the ground that may t…
A plant body of the algae, fungi and thalloid liverworts that…
In organisms that have alteration of generations (plants and…
In organisms (plants and some algae) that have alteration of…
Prostrate
A plant with horizontal shoots close to the ground that may t…
Thallus
A plant body of the algae, fungi and thalloid liverworts that…
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Biology 121: Lab 3
Sub-scapular Fossa
Coracoid Process
Glenoid Cavity
Acromion
-Broad, shallow depression on the anterior view of the scapul…
Scapular process anterior and inferior to the Acromion that p…
-Shallow depression at the superior end of the lateral border…
-Flattened, lateral part of the scapular spine (very end of c…
Sub-scapular Fossa
-Broad, shallow depression on the anterior view of the scapul…
Coracoid Process
Scapular process anterior and inferior to the Acromion that p…
Biology Lab 3
Prokaryotic cell
Basic shapes for bacteria
Eukaryotic cell
animal cell
Cells do not have a nucleus... lack membrane bound organelles su…
Cocci (spherical)... Bascilli (rod-shapped)... Spirillium (spiral)
nucleus... membrane bound organelles... common in plant cells and a…
Prokaryotic cell
Cells do not have a nucleus... lack membrane bound organelles su…
Basic shapes for bacteria
Cocci (spherical)... Bascilli (rod-shapped)... Spirillium (spiral)
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biology lab 3
Monomer
Polymer
Negative control
Positive Control
A molecule that may react chemically to another molecule of t…
A compound made up of several repeating units (monomers)
A negative control is part of a well-designed scientific expe…
A positive control is a part of good experimental design. A p…
Monomer
A molecule that may react chemically to another molecule of t…
Polymer
A compound made up of several repeating units (monomers)
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Biology 111: Lab 3
Light Microscope
Electron microscope
Compound Microscope
Stereomicroscope
Microscope that uses visible light that is magnified and focu…
Uses an electron beam to pass through magnetic lenses and pro…
Uses objective and ocular to collect and focus light from the…
Best for larger specimens
Light Microscope
Microscope that uses visible light that is magnified and focu…
Electron microscope
Uses an electron beam to pass through magnetic lenses and pro…
biology lab 3 terms
enzymes
thermodynamic principle
denatured
maltose
protein molecules that catalyze a reaction. Only increase rat…
this, not enzymes, determines if a reaction will "go"
these enzymes, or proteins, can be ___________ by heat, pH ex…
two glucose residues connected
enzymes
protein molecules that catalyze a reaction. Only increase rat…
thermodynamic principle
this, not enzymes, determines if a reaction will "go"
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Biology lab 3 review
Testing for Biological Molecules
Carbohydrates
Reducing Sugar
combining monosaccharides produces...
To determine the presence of biological molecules,... indicators…
-composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen... -monomer is a monos…
linear monosaccharide with an exposed aldehyde or ketone group
disaccharides or even polysaccharides
Testing for Biological Molecules
To determine the presence of biological molecules,... indicators…
Carbohydrates
-composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen... -monomer is a monos…
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Biology Lab 3
Solvent
Solute
Selectively Permeable
Diffusion
dissolving agent, usually water
dissolved substances, polar molecules
characteristic of organelle membranes, simple diffusion of mo…
molecules move from an area of high concentration to an area…
Solvent
dissolving agent, usually water
Solute
dissolved substances, polar molecules
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Biology Lab 3
Lugols
Sudan IV
Benedicts
Biurets
Tests for: starch... Positive: black, dark yellow... Negative: ligh…
Tests for: lipid... Positive: red... Negative: colorless
Tests for: glucose... Positive: yellow, orange, red... Negative: blue
Tests for: proteins... Positive: light purple, light pink... Negati…
Lugols
Tests for: starch... Positive: black, dark yellow... Negative: ligh…
Sudan IV
Tests for: lipid... Positive: red... Negative: colorless
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Biology Lab 3
evolution
microevolution
mutations
gene flow
the change in genetic characteristics in populations over time
small-scale changes in a population
changes to the sequence of DNA, potentially resulting in new…
change in distribution of characteristics, or alleles, result…
evolution
the change in genetic characteristics in populations over time
microevolution
small-scale changes in a population
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Biology Lab 3
monomers
polymers
functional group
carbohydrates
macromolecules consist of smaller units that can be covalentl…
larger molecules of macromolecules are called:
a part of a larger molecule that is composed of an atom or a…
the primary source of energy for living organisms and also se…
monomers
macromolecules consist of smaller units that can be covalentl…
polymers
larger molecules of macromolecules are called:
Biology Lab 3 Vocab
Descriptive Statistics
Inferential Statistics
Population
Sample
describe or summarize patterns in our data (measure central t…
allows us to draw conclusions about our data by attempting to…
entire group of species or specimen
subset or selected portion of the larger portion
Descriptive Statistics
describe or summarize patterns in our data (measure central t…
Inferential Statistics
allows us to draw conclusions about our data by attempting to…
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biology lab 3
characteristics of animal kingdom
phylum porifera
phylum cnidaria
sessile
eukaryotic, multicellular, ingestive-feeding heterotrophs
asymmetrical bodies without distinct tissues or organs; sacli…
soft, gelatinous, radially symmetrical bodies whose digestive…
attached to the substrate
characteristics of animal kingdom
eukaryotic, multicellular, ingestive-feeding heterotrophs
phylum porifera
asymmetrical bodies without distinct tissues or organs; sacli…
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Biology Lab 3
What are the basic units of matter?
What forms when atoms bond with one an…
Are inorganic molecules associated wit…
What are biomolecules associated with?
Atoms
Molecules
Non-living things
Organisms
What are the basic units of matter?
Atoms
What forms when atoms bond with one an…
Molecules
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Biology Lab 3
Solvent
Solute
Solution
Polarity
A substance that will dissolve other substances
The substance that is being dissolved
The result of a solute and a solvent meeting
The unequal sharing of electrons
Solvent
A substance that will dissolve other substances
Solute
The substance that is being dissolved
Biology Lab 3
Animal Cell
Animal Cell
Animal Cell
Animal Cell
No cell wall
Round Shape
One or more small vacuole
No chloroplast
Animal Cell
No cell wall
Animal Cell
Round Shape
Biology Lab 3
Data Analysis
Three ways to summarize data...
Graphs
Tables
The process of systematically applying statistical and/or log…
Graphs... Tables... Text
Primarily used to summarize numerical data and are the best m…
Commonly used for categorical data and when comparing/contras…
Data Analysis
The process of systematically applying statistical and/or log…
Three ways to summarize data...
Graphs... Tables... Text
Biology Lab 3
What genotypes are possible for a domi…
What genotypes are possible for a rece…
What does it mean if a gene is sex lin…
What genotypes are more possible for a…
Capital letter
Lowercase letter
The trait is carried in a specific sex and follows one sex mo…
Homozygous recessive (rr)
What genotypes are possible for a domi…
Capital letter
What genotypes are possible for a rece…
Lowercase letter
Biology lab 3
Two capitol letter or one capitol and…
Two lowercase letter
Genes carried on one sex chromosome bu…
Any letter with a capitol Y
What genotypes are possible for a dominant trait, assuming a…
What genotypes are possible for a recessive trait, assuming a…
What does it mean if a gene is a sex linked trait?
What genotypes are possible for a male to be dominant for a s…
Two capitol letter or one capitol and…
What genotypes are possible for a dominant trait, assuming a…
Two lowercase letter
What genotypes are possible for a recessive trait, assuming a…
Lab 3- Biology 120
Selective permeability
Passive transport
Diffusion
Osmosis
Property of plasma membranes that governs what can and cannot…
Movement through the plasma membrane without the expenditure…
The random movement of molecules of substance from high to lo…
The movement of a solvent from low to high solute concentrati…
Selective permeability
Property of plasma membranes that governs what can and cannot…
Passive transport
Movement through the plasma membrane without the expenditure…
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Biology Lab 3 Organisms
Amoeba
Trichonympha
Protococcus
Scenedesmus
single-celled eukaryotes, contain pseudopodia that assist in…
single-celled eukaryote, found in the gut of termites to help…
single-celled eukaryotic algae, collect in small aggregates t…
single-celled aquatic algae that collect in simple colonies o…
Amoeba
single-celled eukaryotes, contain pseudopodia that assist in…
Trichonympha
single-celled eukaryote, found in the gut of termites to help…
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Biology 211 Lab 3
Structural staining
Primary Stain
Secondary Stain
Mordants
procedures stain a particular ... structural component of a bact…
This is the first dye applied in a multi - step differential…
the second stain used in a differential stain procedure.
Treatments which are treatments that facilitate the actions o…
Structural staining
procedures stain a particular ... structural component of a bact…
Primary Stain
This is the first dye applied in a multi - step differential…
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Biology II (Lab 3)
Are animals that have a body cavity co…
Among the coelomates, the molluscs, an…
In the echinoderms and the vertebrates…
Most are marine but the are also some…
Coelomates
Protostomes
Deuterostomes
Molluscs (Phylum Mollusca)
Are animals that have a body cavity co…
Coelomates
Among the coelomates, the molluscs, an…
Protostomes
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Biology Lab 3
Sunken Stomata
Why are sunken stomata an adaptation t…
Multiple Epidermis
What function do trichomes serve?
found in a small depression in the epidermis
The stomata get protection from wind, which will reduce the p…
an epidermis with more than one layer of cells
They serve many functions depending on where they are located…
Sunken Stomata
found in a small depression in the epidermis
Why are sunken stomata an adaptation t…
The stomata get protection from wind, which will reduce the p…
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Biology 105 lab 3
Dissecting Microscope
Compound Light Microscope
Fat cells
Nerve Cells
Used to look at fingerprints
Observe cells
store fat
Transmit electrical impulses
Dissecting Microscope
Used to look at fingerprints
Compound Light Microscope
Observe cells
Biology 197 - Lab 3
What structural arrangement has single…
Which symbiotic relationship has both…
What type of protists are animal-like…
What type of protists are fungi-like h…
Unicellular
Mutualism
Protozoa
Slime molds
What structural arrangement has single…
Unicellular
Which symbiotic relationship has both…
Mutualism
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Biology Lab 3 - Molecules
cohesion and adhesion
Different polarities
polar end of soap binds with water and…
hydrogen bonds, ionic/covalent bonds,…
What the molecular interactions involved in capillary action?
What would cause different liquids to display different amoun…
Why should you use soap when cleaning greasy dishes (explain…
What are the main types of bonds that hold proteins in their…
cohesion and adhesion
What the molecular interactions involved in capillary action?
Different polarities
What would cause different liquids to display different amoun…
Biology 224 Lab 3
Erythrocytes
Heme
Globin
Hemoglobin
red blood cells, primary responsible for the transport of oxy…
pigment
a protein
substance that loosely combines with a large amount of oxygen…
Erythrocytes
red blood cells, primary responsible for the transport of oxy…
Heme
pigment
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Biology Lab 3
Aerobic
ATP
cell wall
cell theory
...
(adenosine triphosphate) supplies the majority of the energy…
plant cells only additional layer that surrounds the cell, co…
...
Aerobic
...
ATP
(adenosine triphosphate) supplies the majority of the energy…
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Biology: Lab 3
The net movement of molecules from an…
The movement in one direction minus th…
The molecules in a gas, liquid, or a s…
The higher the concentration of molecu…
Diffusion
Direction of net movement
Constant motion
Greater
The net movement of molecules from an…
Diffusion
The movement in one direction minus th…
Direction of net movement
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Biology lab 3
flowers
fruits
buds
leaves
organs for producing gametes for sexual reproduction
contain seeds for reproduction care and dispersal of seeds
develop into stem, leaves, or flowers
primary organs for photosynthesis, make food, assist in water…
flowers
organs for producing gametes for sexual reproduction
fruits
contain seeds for reproduction care and dispersal of seeds
Biology 102 Lab 3
Phylum Annelida habitat
Phylum Annelida symmetry
Phylum Annelida organization
Phylum Annelida body structure
aquatic, moist terrestrial, some parasitic
bilateral
Organ level
coelomate
Phylum Annelida habitat
aquatic, moist terrestrial, some parasitic
Phylum Annelida symmetry
bilateral
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Biology Lab 3
Summarize the effect that addition of…
When dissolved material is caused to c…
How did we determine that the MSG solu…
Describe how hydrophilic molecules beh…
By adding more MSG, we did not see much of a change, due to t…
We found out that MSG was a buffer, and since it was a buffer…
The MSG solution was saturated, but we also found out that it…
In an aqueous solution, both hydrophilic and hydrophobic mole…
Summarize the effect that addition of…
By adding more MSG, we did not see much of a change, due to t…
When dissolved material is caused to c…
We found out that MSG was a buffer, and since it was a buffer…
Cell Biology Lab 3
What is osmosis?
What are the 3 terms for the compariso…
What happens to animal cells in hyper,…
What happens to plant cells in hyper,…
Diffusion of water across semipermpeable membrane
Hypertonic: high solute and low water... Hypotonic: low solute a…
Hypotonic: cell bursts as water floods in and lyses it... Hypert…
Hypotonic: cell becomes turgid as water floods in, the cell i…
What is osmosis?
Diffusion of water across semipermpeable membrane
What are the 3 terms for the compariso…
Hypertonic: high solute and low water... Hypotonic: low solute a…
18 terms
Lab 3: Molecular Biology
Transcription
Translation
Template strand
Coding strand
The process by which the information in a strand of DNA is co…
Messenger RNA (mRNA) is decoded by a ribosome to produce a sp…
The sequence of DNA that is copied during the synthesis of mRNA
Has the same base sequence as the RNA transcript produced (al…
Transcription
The process by which the information in a strand of DNA is co…
Translation
Messenger RNA (mRNA) is decoded by a ribosome to produce a sp…
10 terms
Biology Pre Lab 3
Magnification
Resolving Power
A lens
Contrast
The amount that an object's image is enlarged.
The extent to which detail in an magnifying process.
Focuses light rays emanating from an object to produce an ima…
The degree to which image details stand out against their bac…
Magnification
The amount that an object's image is enlarged.
Resolving Power
The extent to which detail in an magnifying process.
14 terms
Biology Lab 3
Levels of organization smallest to big…
Nucleus
Mitochondria
Ribosomes or rrna
Atom, molecule, cell, tissues, Oregon, organ system, organism…
Brain
Contains ATP or is also called the powerhouse
Manufactures protein base or framework for protein
Levels of organization smallest to big…
Atom, molecule, cell, tissues, Oregon, organ system, organism…
Nucleus
Brain
Biology Lab 3
Four Main Protist Supergroups
Phylum Euglenozoa
Dinoflagellates
Sporozoan
-Excavata... -Chromalveolata... -Archeplastida... -Unikonta
-belongs to supergroup Excavata... - Genus Trypanosoma: Causes "…
-supergroup Excavata... -Red tide (kills organisms in oil spills…
-supergroup Excavata... -genus plasmodium the apicomplexan that…
Four Main Protist Supergroups
-Excavata... -Chromalveolata... -Archeplastida... -Unikonta
Phylum Euglenozoa
-belongs to supergroup Excavata... - Genus Trypanosoma: Causes "…
Biology lab 3 terms
Solution
Diffusion
Differentially permeable membrane
Osmosis
A type of homogenous mixture in which the particles of one or…
Movement of particles or molecules from an area of high conce…
Membrane which will allow certain molecules or ions to pass t…
Diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane
Solution
A type of homogenous mixture in which the particles of one or…
Diffusion
Movement of particles or molecules from an area of high conce…
Biology Test/Practical 1(Lab 3&4)
symbiont
endosymbiont
protist
algae
An organism that lives in closely evolved association with an…
An organism that lives within the cells or body of another.
An organism having a nucleus but lacking other features speci…
A photosynthetic protist.
symbiont
An organism that lives in closely evolved association with an…
endosymbiont
An organism that lives within the cells or body of another.
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Lab 3 Molecular Biology
What does DNA stand for?
What makes up the molecules of the DNA?
where in DNA is the genetic informatio…
Where is the DNA found in eukaryotic c…
Deoxyribonucleic acid
Nucleotides
nucleotides
in chromosomes within nuclei
What does DNA stand for?
Deoxyribonucleic acid
What makes up the molecules of the DNA?
Nucleotides
AP Biology Quiz 4 Lab 3
What is acid precipitation? What cause…
Why do people take Tums when they have…
Describe the polar nature of water
Describe the cohesive and adhesive pro…
Acid precipitation is rain, snow or fog with a pH of less tha…
Acid indigestion occurs when the stomach acid is too acidic.…
The unequal sharing of electrons gives the water molecule a s…
Cohesion: Hydrogen bonds hold the water molecules together. I…
What is acid precipitation? What cause…
Acid precipitation is rain, snow or fog with a pH of less tha…
Why do people take Tums when they have…
Acid indigestion occurs when the stomach acid is too acidic.…
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Biology Lab 3 Terminology
Adip-
Chondr-
-cyte
Epi-
fat
cartilage
cell
upon, after, in addition
Adip-
fat
Chondr-
cartilage
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