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Biology 104 Final
Which of the following IS a reptile?... A…
A skeleton has a foramen magnum close…
What does the expression "multi-cellul…
Mammals that lay eggs are... A. bats.... B.…
C
A
B
D
Which of the following IS a reptile?... A…
C
A skeleton has a foramen magnum close…
A
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Biology 104 Exam 1
Genetic Material (DNA & RNA)
Matter
Element
Atom
Living systems contain ______ to allow inherited traits.
Anything that takes up space.
Substance composed of one type of atom.
Smallest unit of an element that retains the chemical and phy…
Genetic Material (DNA & RNA)
Living systems contain ______ to allow inherited traits.
Matter
Anything that takes up space.
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Test #3 Biology 104
Sponges
Cellular Level
Organization
Cephalaization
Are organzied at the cellular level
Only cells ; no tissue, no organs
Leads to classification
Head region
Sponges
Are organzied at the cellular level
Cellular Level
Only cells ; no tissue, no organs
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Biology 104 Exam 2
Characteristics of Autosomal Recessive…
Albinism
Cystic Fibrosis
Sickle Cell anemia
-Two unaffected parents (AaxAa) can have unaffected offspring…
-Eyes, hair and/or skin: lack of pigment (melanin)... -Cells tha…
-affects exocrine glands... -produces mucus, sweat, semen and d…
-mutation in gene that produces B-globin chain of hemoglobin…
Characteristics of Autosomal Recessive…
-Two unaffected parents (AaxAa) can have unaffected offspring…
Albinism
-Eyes, hair and/or skin: lack of pigment (melanin)... -Cells tha…
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Biology 104 Final
Long leaf pone is a species of pine tr…
A gene pool is best described as all o…
A population of 200 mice has a gene th…
A population of 200 mice has a gene th…
a population
a population
250
.375
Long leaf pone is a species of pine tr…
a population
A gene pool is best described as all o…
a population
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Biology 104 Test 1
Autosomes
Sex chromosomes
Karyotype
Humans possess ___ chromosomes, (____…
-Both males and females have two copies of each of these chro…
-Differ in males and females... -Males have XY ... -Females have XX
-A complete set of chromosomes from a cell that has been phot…
46 ; 23
Autosomes
-Both males and females have two copies of each of these chro…
Sex chromosomes
-Differ in males and females... -Males have XY ... -Females have XX
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Test #4 Biology 104
Pseudocoelomates
Phylum rotifera
Corona
Phylum Nematoda
False body cavity ; Contains phylum rotifera and nematoda
Pseudocoelomate ; Predators that feed on protozoa ; have a fe…
Rotary structures ; Contain cila
Roundworms
Pseudocoelomates
False body cavity ; Contains phylum rotifera and nematoda
Phylum rotifera
Pseudocoelomate ; Predators that feed on protozoa ; have a fe…
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Biology 104 - Exam #3
Angiosperms
Characteristics of Angiosperms
Annuals
Bienniels
The flowering plants, they are vital to humans, provide usefu…
-Vary in size from microscopic to 3 meters long... -Many colors,…
Plants that live ONE season
Plants that bloom the SECOND year
Angiosperms
The flowering plants, they are vital to humans, provide usefu…
Characteristics of Angiosperms
-Vary in size from microscopic to 3 meters long... -Many colors,…
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Biology 104 -FINAL
Sleep
Arousal
Reticular formation
Hyphothalamus
a state when external stimuli are received but not perceived…
a state of awareness of the outside world
regulates alertness in the brain, a diffuse network of neuron…
inhibits alertness, inducing and regulating sleep
Sleep
a state when external stimuli are received but not perceived…
Arousal
a state of awareness of the outside world
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Biology 104 Final Test
Ecology
Organismal ecology
Population ecology
Community ecology
Study of the interactions of living organisms and their envir…
How does an organism adapt to the environment ... ex: behavior,…
Effects on population density and growth
Interactions between different organisms/species... ex: predator…
Ecology
Study of the interactions of living organisms and their envir…
Organismal ecology
How does an organism adapt to the environment ... ex: behavior,…
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Arthropoda Biology 104
What is the most successful animal phy…
What is the habitat of arthropods?
Do they have paired jointed appendages…
What is their nervous system?
arthropods
highly adaptable to every environment
yes on each body segment
dorsal brain and ventral nerve chord
What is the most successful animal phy…
arthropods
What is the habitat of arthropods?
highly adaptable to every environment
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Biology-104 Exam II
Biological species concept
Morphological species concept
ecological species concept
reproductive isolation
species are groups of actually or potentially interbreeding n…
characterizes species by body shape an other structural featu…
species characterized by niche following the principle that c…
physiological or behavioral mechanisms prevent members of two…
Biological species concept
species are groups of actually or potentially interbreeding n…
Morphological species concept
characterizes species by body shape an other structural featu…
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Biology 104 Final
What could change the gene frequencies…
What could cause microevolution?
A certain species of butterfly in colo…
All the members of a single species th…
Tall people in a population marry other tall people and do no…
A flood kills almost all the wild strawberry plants in a part…
Directional selection
Population
What could change the gene frequencies…
Tall people in a population marry other tall people and do no…
What could cause microevolution?
A flood kills almost all the wild strawberry plants in a part…
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MCB 104 Cell Biology
Cyclin D
Cyclin E
Rb Protein
Rb Protein inhibition
Regulatory cyclin bound to cdk4 and cdk6 in G1 phase
Regulatory cyclin bound to cdk-2 in G1/S phase
Inhibits DNA replication in S Phase
Phosphorylation by cdk4/cyclinD complex
Cyclin D
Regulatory cyclin bound to cdk4 and cdk6 in G1 phase
Cyclin E
Regulatory cyclin bound to cdk-2 in G1/S phase
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Architectural Patterns biology 104
what is taxonomy?
What is a taxon?
What are 6 characteristics for classif…
What is the correct heiarchial system…
the science of identifying and classifying organisms accordin…
a group that shares a set of characteristics`
anatomy, physiology, embryology, behavior, ecology and molecu…
domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species.
what is taxonomy?
the science of identifying and classifying organisms accordin…
What is a taxon?
a group that shares a set of characteristics`
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Mammals Biology 104
What are 3 unique characteristics of m…
Do we movable or non movable eyelids?
Are we tetra prods?
What is the purpose in of the diaphragm?
Hair, mammory glands, and specialized teeth on both jaws.
moveable
four limbs adapted to different forms of locomotion
muscular partition between the thorax and abdomen that increa…
What are 3 unique characteristics of m…
Hair, mammory glands, and specialized teeth on both jaws.
Do we movable or non movable eyelids?
moveable
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Biology 104-Exam #2
Phylum Angiosperms
1. Monocots- 1 side leaf (Corn)... 2. Dic…
Monocots
Dicots
flowering plants that are 250,000-300,000 in number
The 2 large classes of Angiosperms
-Have 1 cotyledon/side leaf... -The flower parts, such as the pe…
-Have 2 cotyledons... -The flower parts are in 4s, 5s, or in mul…
Phylum Angiosperms
flowering plants that are 250,000-300,000 in number
1. Monocots- 1 side leaf (Corn)... 2. Dic…
The 2 large classes of Angiosperms
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Nematoda biology 104
what does the term Nematoda mean?
Are they abundant or rare?
What is their symmetry?
What is their level of organization?
thread like
they are very abundant
bilateral symmetry with some cephalization
tripple blastic organ level
what does the term Nematoda mean?
thread like
Are they abundant or rare?
they are very abundant
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Biology 104 Final Exam
Ecology
Organismal ecology
Population ecology
Community ecology
Study of the interactions of living organisms and their envir…
How does an organism adapt to the environment ... ex: behavior,…
Effects on population density and growth
Interactions between different organisms/species... ex: predator…
Ecology
Study of the interactions of living organisms and their envir…
Organismal ecology
How does an organism adapt to the environment ... ex: behavior,…
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Mollusca biology 104
what is the meaning of the term mollus…
What is the head foot?
What is the visceral mass?
What is the mantle? Does it secrete a…
soft body animals
when the head is anterior and the food is the sensory
it is the hard part of the mollusk that contains organs for d…
lies over the visceral mass and secretes a shell
what is the meaning of the term mollus…
soft body animals
What is the head foot?
when the head is anterior and the food is the sensory
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Biology 104: Third Exam
Vision... Hearing... Olfaction (Smell)... Gusta…
The cornea bends the light to form an…
The formation of a fuzzy image.
On the images that we see.
What are the five senses
Vision?
The pinhole eye allows?
The lens focuses on?
Vision... Hearing... Olfaction (Smell)... Gusta…
What are the five senses
The cornea bends the light to form an…
Vision?
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Chapter One Biology 104
what is Biology?
What do all living things share
Cells
Information
The Study of life
cells,energy, information,replication,evolution
All organisms are made up of membrane-bound cells. A cell is…
All organisms process hereditary information encoded in genes…
what is Biology?
The Study of life
What do all living things share
cells,energy, information,replication,evolution
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Cnidaria Biology 104
what animals are the phylum Cnidaria?
what type of symmetry do they have?
What is their level of organization?
What is mesoglea and where do you find…
Jellyfish
radial symmetry
diploblastic tissue level
...
what animals are the phylum Cnidaria?
Jellyfish
what type of symmetry do they have?
radial symmetry
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Annelida Biology 104
What are the two common names for anne…
What is metamerism?
What are three advantages of metamerism?
What are setae?
ring worms and bristle worms.
Segmented
Improves support and locomotion, decreases the impact of inju…
bristles
What are the two common names for anne…
ring worms and bristle worms.
What is metamerism?
Segmented
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Reptiles Biology 104
Where are the reptiles found? Are they…
What advantage do reptiles have over a…
What are the two theories of extinctio…
What is their body shape?
on all continents except antartica.
their eggs can be laid on land
catastrophic-metior, volcano... Gradual change- climate change,…
varied. compact and elongated
Where are the reptiles found? Are they…
on all continents except antartica.
What advantage do reptiles have over a…
their eggs can be laid on land
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Respiration biology 104
what is the definition of respiration?
What three things happen to air in the…
What is the pharynx?
what is the larynx?
process of gas exchange, oxygen is used by body cells, carbon…
air is -heated... -humidified... -debri is filtered out
common area of digestive and respiratory tracts
vocal chords
what is the definition of respiration?
process of gas exchange, oxygen is used by body cells, carbon…
What three things happen to air in the…
air is -heated... -humidified... -debri is filtered out
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Aves Biology 104
What is the unique feature of birds?
do they have teeth?
Why is the neck long?
What is their skeleton composed of? Is…
Feathers
no teeth, horny beak
balancing, and food gathering
forelimbs modified into wings
What is the unique feature of birds?
Feathers
do they have teeth?
no teeth, horny beak
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Fishes Biology 104
What is the meaning of the superclass…
What are the characteristics of the me…
What is the general description of lam…
How do lampreys reproduce?
agnatha means no jaw. Gnathostomata means jaw mouth.
...
no appendeges, notochrord persists throughout lifespan, slend…
female attaches to a rock with her mouth and male attaches to…
What is the meaning of the superclass…
agnatha means no jaw. Gnathostomata means jaw mouth.
What are the characteristics of the me…
...
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Porifera Biology 104
What animals are in the phylum Porifera?
What is the sponge level of Organizati…
What is the Symmetry of Sponges?
What is the Habitat of sponges?
sponges
...
radial symmetry
all aquatic and mostly marine
What animals are in the phylum Porifera?
sponges
What is the sponge level of Organizati…
...
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Biology 104 Final Exam
Phylum Chordata consists of what group…
What is a notochord?
What is the dorsal tubular nerve chord?
The muscular part used for locomotion…
The Chordates
A flexible dorsal structure with muscles attached to it... It is…
The "spinal chord"; enlarges on the anterior side to form brain
Post anal tail
Phylum Chordata consists of what group…
The Chordates
What is a notochord?
A flexible dorsal structure with muscles attached to it... It is…
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Chapter 40 Biology 104
Photomorphogenesis
P (r)
Phytochrome
P (fr)
the term used for nondirectional, light-triggered development
absorbs red light at 660 nm wavelength
a plant pigment that is associated with the absorption of lig…
absorbs far-red light at 730 nm.
Photomorphogenesis
the term used for nondirectional, light-triggered development
P (r)
absorbs red light at 660 nm wavelength
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Chapter 40 Biology 104
Photomorphogenesis
P (r)
Phytochrome
P (fr)
the term used for nondirectional, light-triggered development
absorbs red light at 660 nm wavelength
a plant pigment that is associated with the absorption of lig…
absorbs far-red light at 730 nm.
Photomorphogenesis
the term used for nondirectional, light-triggered development
P (r)
absorbs red light at 660 nm wavelength
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Biology 104 chapter 30
sessile
8 characteristics of animals
germ layers
deuterostomes
attached
1 multicellular eukaryotes ... 2 heterotrophs ... 3 specialized bod…
-ectoderm... -endoderm... -mesoderm
-echinoderms... -chordates... -hemichordates
sessile
attached
8 characteristics of animals
1 multicellular eukaryotes ... 2 heterotrophs ... 3 specialized bod…
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Biology 104 Lecture 5
Macroevolution
Macroevolution
Species
isolation
Large, complex changes in life over long periods of time
Microevolution can lead to _____
Populations or groups of populations that can interbreed; pro…
Reason why closely related species can't interbreed
Macroevolution
Large, complex changes in life over long periods of time
Macroevolution
Microevolution can lead to _____
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Biology 104 Lecture 6
Exaptation
Paedomorphosis
Geologic Time Scale
Precambrian Supereon
structures that evolve for one purpose, but later serve anoth…
retention of juvenile features
how we link macroevolution to earth's history
4.6 BYA- 542 MYA
Exaptation
structures that evolve for one purpose, but later serve anoth…
Paedomorphosis
retention of juvenile features
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Biology 104 Unit 5
Chordates
notochord, a hollow dorsal nerve cord,…
Urochordata
Cephalochordata
group of animals that includes the vertebrates, together with…
chordates at some time in their life cycle have a
larvae have a notochord and a nerve cord but these are lost i…
have a notochord and a nerve cord but no vertebrae.
Chordates
group of animals that includes the vertebrates, together with…
notochord, a hollow dorsal nerve cord,…
chordates at some time in their life cycle have a
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Biology 104 Chapter 15
4.6 billion years
Hadean eon
Methane, Ammonia, Water, and Hydrogen
Stanley Miller
How old is the Earth?
The first eon that refers to how hellish the Earth was
What molecules existed in Earth's atmosphere during the Hadea…
This man's experiment proved that methane, ammonia, water, an…
4.6 billion years
How old is the Earth?
Hadean eon
The first eon that refers to how hellish the Earth was
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Biology 104 Chapter 5
Autotroph
Heterotrophs
6CO2 + 6H2O = C6H12O6 + 6O2
Electromagnetic Spectrum
meaning it uses inorganic substances such as water and carbon…
Survive off organic molecules (animals
Chemical Process of Photosynthesis
Range of possible frequencies of radiation
Autotroph
meaning it uses inorganic substances such as water and carbon…
Heterotrophs
Survive off organic molecules (animals
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Biology 104 Ewanchuk Final
Gene Pool
Evolution
Allopatric Speciation
Clade
the total number of alleles that make up genes in a populations
descent with modification
is a form of cladogenesis; when one species divides into 2 or…
a group of species that share a common ancestor, lineage, mon…
Gene Pool
the total number of alleles that make up genes in a populations
Evolution
descent with modification
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Biology 104 pt 2
allopatric speciation
sympatric speciation
Sticklebacks
disruptive selection
divergence following geographic
no physical seperation, can occur with strong disruptive sele…
different forms repeatedly evolve in the benthic zone (deeper…
soil, preference,most easily causes sympatric speciation
allopatric speciation
divergence following geographic
sympatric speciation
no physical seperation, can occur with strong disruptive sele…
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Biology 104 Chapter 21
Flowers
Vegetative
Shoot
Terminal Bud
Reproductive part of a plant
Non reproductive part of a plant
Above ground part of a plant
Undeveloped tissue at the shoot tip
Flowers
Reproductive part of a plant
Vegetative
Non reproductive part of a plant
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Biology 104 Chapter 12
Evolution
Gene Pool
Population
Aristotle
Descent with modification
Entire collection of genes and its alleles
Interbreeding members of the same species
Believed all members of a species were identical to one another
Evolution
Descent with modification
Gene Pool
Entire collection of genes and its alleles
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Biology 104- Chapter 9
Food supplies
USDA
FAO
Grain revolution
great advancement in farming methods
US department of agriculture
Food and agriculture organization
-is after WWII... -harder to increase production... -food increases…
Food supplies
great advancement in farming methods
USDA
US department of agriculture
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Biology 104- Chapter 1
Health
Homeostasis
Disease
Pathology
performance of normal vital functions
Stable internal conditions under changing environmental condi…
Significant disturbance in homeostasis
Study of Disease
Health
performance of normal vital functions
Homeostasis
Stable internal conditions under changing environmental condi…
20 terms
Biology 104: Chapter 21
ingestion
digestion
absorption
elimination
eating
break food into molecules for the body to absorb
cells lining digestive tract absorb amino acids and simple su…
undigested material is released
ingestion
eating
digestion
break food into molecules for the body to absorb
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Biology 104 Chapter 13
Paleontology
Geological Timescale
Fossil
Relative Dating
Study of fossil remains
divides Earth's history into a ... series of eons and eras defin…
any evidence of an organism 10,000 or more years ago
places a fossil into a sequence of events without assigning i…
Paleontology
Study of fossil remains
Geological Timescale
divides Earth's history into a ... series of eons and eras defin…
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Biology 104 Chapter 14
Macroevolution
Speciation
Allopatric Speciation
Sympatric Speciation
describes all of these large, complex changes in life's panor…
Formation of new species
a new species forms when a geographic barrier physically sepa…
a new species arises while living in the same physical area a…
Macroevolution
describes all of these large, complex changes in life's panor…
Speciation
Formation of new species
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Biology 104 Lecture 1
evolve/change
energy
organisms can alter in response to phy…
Atom (general chemistry)... Molecule (mol…
Living organisms ______
Living organisms need ____
Equilibrium
Scales of study from small to large
evolve/change
Living organisms ______
energy
Living organisms need ____
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Biology 104 Lecture 3
Evidence for Evolution
Fossils
Rivers and oceans
Strata
Fossils... Biogeography... Comparative Anatomy... Comparative Embryolo…
evidence of an organism from more than 10,000 years ago
Brings sediment to cover fossils
additional layers added over time
Evidence for Evolution
Fossils... Biogeography... Comparative Anatomy... Comparative Embryolo…
Fossils
evidence of an organism from more than 10,000 years ago
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Biology 104 Unit 4
molluscus
mollis
Colossal Squid
mollusc
thin-shelled
soft
Mollusca; believed to be the world's largest invertebrate
»Class: Polyplacophora... »Class: Cephalopoda... »Class: Gastropoda…
molluscus
thin-shelled
mollis
soft
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