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Biology 112 Lab 4 Terms
Supergroup Archaeplastidia consists of
Key adaptation of Archaeplastidia
Key adaptations of algae
Isogamous
red algae, green algae, and land plants
development of multicellularity
increased cellular organization and specialization... shift from…
male and female gametes appear identical
Supergroup Archaeplastidia consists of
red algae, green algae, and land plants
Key adaptation of Archaeplastidia
development of multicellularity
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biology lab 4
Photosynthesis Equation
Total ATP yield of anaerobic respiration
Net ATP yield of anaerobic respiration
Aerobic respiration Equation
6 CO2 + 6 H20 -Light, Chlorophyll-> C6 H12 O6 + 6 O2
4 ATP
2 ATP
C6 H12 O6 + 6 O2 --> 6 CO2 + 6 H2O + (Energy) ATP
Photosynthesis Equation
6 CO2 + 6 H20 -Light, Chlorophyll-> C6 H12 O6 + 6 O2
Total ATP yield of anaerobic respiration
4 ATP
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Biology Lab 4
plasma
hematocrit
erythrocytes
hemogobin
albumin, globulin, and firbinogen
a reading which represents the percentage of red blood cells…
red blood cells, disc-shaped with a shallow indentation, prod…
iron-based protein which functions to carry oxygen and carbon…
plasma
albumin, globulin, and firbinogen
hematocrit
a reading which represents the percentage of red blood cells…
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Biology Lab 4
Functions of Connective Tissue
Structure of Connective Tissue
Matrix
Ground substance
Binds structures together... Supports and protects... Serves as a f…
Matrix, Cells
Consists of fibers (collagen, elastin) and ground substances…
Amorphous, homogeneous material in which cells and fibers are…
Functions of Connective Tissue
Binds structures together... Supports and protects... Serves as a f…
Structure of Connective Tissue
Matrix, Cells
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Biology Lab 4
A population can be characterized base…
distribution
density
relative density
Distribution, density, percent cover, and dispersion
where the population is located
number of individuals per unit area or sometimes per volume
the proportion of all organisms in an area that belong to a p…
A population can be characterized base…
Distribution, density, percent cover, and dispersion
distribution
where the population is located
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Biology 2415 Lab 4: The Electron Microscope
The Electron Microscope Introduction
Explain why the electron microscope mu…
How is this high vacuum achieved?
Why is tungsten wires used for the fil…
The development of the electron microscope is one of the most…
Because electrons cannot travel very far in air, a strong vac…
Two types of vacuum pumps work together to create this vacuum…
The electron beam in a TEM is generated by an electron gun, a…
The Electron Microscope Introduction
The development of the electron microscope is one of the most…
Explain why the electron microscope mu…
Because electrons cannot travel very far in air, a strong vac…
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Biology II Lab 4 and 5 Plants Review Sheet
Give four features of charophytes whic…
Draw an evolutionary tree for plants s…
Explain the mechanisms of "Alternation…
Distinguish between the sporophyte and…
Eukaryotes; multicellular; chlorophyll a & b; cellulose (cell…
Charophytes --> embryo protection -->apical growth (growth in…
Zygote (2n) --mitosis--> sporophyte (2n) --meiosis--> spore (…
Sporophyte (2n) produces spores by meiosis and is diploid.... G…
Give four features of charophytes whic…
Eukaryotes; multicellular; chlorophyll a & b; cellulose (cell…
Draw an evolutionary tree for plants s…
Charophytes --> embryo protection -->apical growth (growth in…
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Biology Lab 4 - Taxonomy
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Anamalia
Chordata
Mammalia
Primates
Kingdom
Anamalia
Phylum
Chordata
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Biology 112 Lab 4
Haploid (n)
Diploid (2n)
Mitosis
Meiosis
One complete set of chromosomes
Two complete sets of chromosomes
One cellular division that yields 2 identical daughter cells
Two cellular divisions that yields 4 haploid, non-identical d…
Haploid (n)
One complete set of chromosomes
Diploid (2n)
Two complete sets of chromosomes
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Biology 111: Lab 4
Cell Theory
Interphase
G0 Phase
G1 Phase
Theory that all cells come from preexisting cells
Growth and development of new daughter cells. Most of cell cy…
Non-dividing cells... Ie, Brain cells
Cell grows in size and accumulates enzymes for DNA
Cell Theory
Theory that all cells come from preexisting cells
Interphase
Growth and development of new daughter cells. Most of cell cy…
Biology 101 Lab 4
Arm
Coarse and Fine Adjustment Knobs
True/False: Fine adjustment knob is sm…
Diaphragm
Vertical member that supports the body
Adjust distance between objective lens and stage
True
"leaves" which controls the size of the opening through which…
Arm
Vertical member that supports the body
Coarse and Fine Adjustment Knobs
Adjust distance between objective lens and stage
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Biology Pre-lab 4
Important Characteristics of enzymes:
Substrate
Product
Enzymes
1. Most enzymes are proteins... 2. Enzymes are catalysts which s…
the molecule in a reaction that will be changed in some way b…
the altered/changed form of the substrate.
proteins with one or more pockets on their surface (active si…
Important Characteristics of enzymes:
1. Most enzymes are proteins... 2. Enzymes are catalysts which s…
Substrate
the molecule in a reaction that will be changed in some way b…
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Biology 102 Lab4
characterisitcs of Eukaryotes
Domains of life
protists
protists
Contain a nucleus, have membrane-bound organelles, mitosis se…
Domain Archaea, Domain Eukarya, Domain Bacteria are the 3...
these are a diverse group of organisms
most are unicellular, and are eukaryotic
characterisitcs of Eukaryotes
Contain a nucleus, have membrane-bound organelles, mitosis se…
Domains of life
Domain Archaea, Domain Eukarya, Domain Bacteria are the 3...
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Biology 121: Lab 4
Epimysium
Perimysium
Endomysium
Sarcolemma
Dense, fibrous CT surrounding entire muscle
CT that surrounds the fascicle
CT that separates the individual muscle fibers
The plasma membrane of a muscle cell
Epimysium
Dense, fibrous CT surrounding entire muscle
Perimysium
CT that surrounds the fascicle
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Human Biology-Lab 4
Central Nervous System
Upper Brain
Cerebrum
Hemispheres
Completely surrounded by bone, skull, and vertebral column.
Comprises most of the human brain
Part of the brain involved with intellectual activities, inte…
Side/Half of the brain
Central Nervous System
Completely surrounded by bone, skull, and vertebral column.
Upper Brain
Comprises most of the human brain
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Biology 112 Lab 4
Haploid (n)
Diploid (2n)
Mitosis
Meiosis
One complete set of chromosomes
Two complete sets of chromosomes
One cellular division that yields 2 identical daughter cells
Two cellular divisions that yields 4 haploid, non-identical d…
Haploid (n)
One complete set of chromosomes
Diploid (2n)
Two complete sets of chromosomes
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Biology 125: Lab 4 Bolded Terms
Tissues
Organs
Organ Systems
Matrix
-Groups of cells with a common structure and function.
-Groups of tissues organized to perform a particular task
-Group of organs that work together in performing vital body…
-Material in which more specialized structures are embedded
Tissues
-Groups of cells with a common structure and function.
Organs
-Groups of tissues organized to perform a particular task
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Biology II Lab 4 Kingdom Plantae
Magnoliophyta Angiosperms: 4 Whorls
Berry
Drupe
Aggregation of Drupes
Whorl 1: Calyx - SEPALS, outer most green part made of leaves…
single fleshy fruit without a stone, containing a number of s…
single fleshy fruit with a hard stone with contains single se…
fleshy fruit made of many drupes but form single flower, each…
Magnoliophyta Angiosperms: 4 Whorls
Whorl 1: Calyx - SEPALS, outer most green part made of leaves…
Berry
single fleshy fruit without a stone, containing a number of s…
Biology lab 4
Haploid
diploid
mitosis
meiosis
one complete set of chromosomes
two complete sets of chromosomes
two identical daughter cells
two cellular divisions that yield 4 haploid, non-identical da…
Haploid
one complete set of chromosomes
diploid
two complete sets of chromosomes
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Biology Lab 4
List the functions of connective tissue.
With a diagram, illustrate the 3 compo…
Name 5 cell types found in connective…
Name two varieties of fiber found in c…
1) Binds structures together... 2) Supports and protects... 3) Serv…
Fibers, ground substance, cells.
1) Fibroblasts: Produce fibers... 2) Macrophages: phagocytize ce…
1) Collagenous Fibers- White fibers composed of collaged. ... 2)…
List the functions of connective tissue.
1) Binds structures together... 2) Supports and protects... 3) Serv…
With a diagram, illustrate the 3 compo…
Fibers, ground substance, cells.
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Biology Lab 4 Terminology
Alb-
Albininsm
Cut-
Subcutaneous
White
condition characterized by a lack of pigment in the hair, ski…
Skin
beneath the skin
Alb-
White
Albininsm
condition characterized by a lack of pigment in the hair, ski…
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Biology 224 Lab 4
palatine tonsils
lingual tonsils
pharyngeal tonsils
spleen
A
palatine tonsils
lingual tonsils
A
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Biology 112 Lab 4
Haploid
Diploid
Mitosis
Meiosis
one complete set of chromosomes
two complete sets of chromosomes
One cellular division that yields two identical daughter cell…
Two cellular divisions that yield 4 haploid, non-identical da…
Haploid
one complete set of chromosomes
Diploid
two complete sets of chromosomes
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Biology A&P II Lab 4 DRAWINGS
Right Common Carotid Artery
Vertebral Artery
Axillary Artery
Internal thoracic artery
Right Common Carotid Artery
Vertebral Artery
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Biology A&P II Lab 4 CAT
Right Common carotid artery
Right subclavian artery
Braciocephalic artery
Heart
Pumps blood to body
Right Common carotid artery
Right subclavian artery
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Biology 1215 lab 4: Invertebrate Animal Diversity
Characteristics all animals have in co…
Animal Evolution
Relationships between Animal Phyla
Protostomes
1. Animals are multicellular eukaryotes.... 2. They are heterotr…
Animals are thought to have evolved from a protist ancestor.…
The relationships between the animal phyla were roughed out i…
During embryonic development, the mouth is the first opening…
Characteristics all animals have in co…
1. Animals are multicellular eukaryotes.... 2. They are heterotr…
Animal Evolution
Animals are thought to have evolved from a protist ancestor.…
Cell Biology Lab 4
What is the hill reaction?
What two variables can affect the rate…
What does centrifugation do?
What are two methods of centrifugation?
a phase of the light reactions of photosynthesis in which an…
inhibitors and light intensity
It isolates cellular organelles, which is very important to t…
density gradient centrifugation and differential centrifugation
What is the hill reaction?
a phase of the light reactions of photosynthesis in which an…
What two variables can affect the rate…
inhibitors and light intensity
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Biology II Lab 4
organ
tissue
apical meristem (roots)
Zone of cell division (roots)
consists several types of tissues that together carry out par…
a group of cells, consisting of one or more cell types that t…
Embryonic plant tissue in the tips of roots and buds of shoot…
includes the root apical meristem and its derivatives. New ro…
organ
consists several types of tissues that together carry out par…
tissue
a group of cells, consisting of one or more cell types that t…
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Biology 1110 Lab 4 Review
organic macromolecules
monomer
polymers
dehydration reactions
carbon based molecules, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and…
building blocks of large MACROmolecules
many monomers linked together
pulling out a water molecule in order to build a larger molec…
organic macromolecules
carbon based molecules, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and…
monomer
building blocks of large MACROmolecules
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Biology Lab 4
Skull
Thorax
Sternum & Ribs
Vertebral Column
Part of the Axial Skeleton Contains the Brain.
Skull
Part of the Axial Skeleton Contains the Brain.
Thorax
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Biology 1215 lab 4: Invertebrate Animal Diversity
Characteristics all animals have in co…
Animal Evolution
Relationships between Animal Phyla
Protostomes
1. Animals are multicellular eukaryotes.... 2. They are heterotr…
Animals are thought to have evolved from a protist ancestor.…
The relationships between the animal phyla were roughed out i…
During embryonic development, the mouth is the first opening…
Characteristics all animals have in co…
1. Animals are multicellular eukaryotes.... 2. They are heterotr…
Animal Evolution
Animals are thought to have evolved from a protist ancestor.…
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Biology Lab 4
Solvent
Solute
Solution
What is the universal solvent?
Substance capable of dissolving other substances
Substance dispersed by a solvent
Mixture of solvent and solute
Water
Solvent
Substance capable of dissolving other substances
Solute
Substance dispersed by a solvent
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Biology II Lab 4 Kingdom Plantae
Magnoliophyta Angiosperms
Berry
Drupe
Aggregation of Drupes
flowering plants; ovules and seeds are enclosed in flowers an…
single fleshy fruit without a stone, containing a number of s…
single fleshy fruit with a hard stone with contains single se…
fleshy fruit made of many drupes but form single flower, each…
Magnoliophyta Angiosperms
flowering plants; ovules and seeds are enclosed in flowers an…
Berry
single fleshy fruit without a stone, containing a number of s…
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Biology 224 Lab 4-Spring 2016
Blood moves slowest in which vessels?…
Blood moves fastest in which vessels?…
Considering a corresponding artery and…
bifurcations
capillary, ... much more cross sections
artery, ... less cross section, ... high driving force-pressure
artery, ... input volume of blood is equal to the output volume…
branching of arteries and veins
Blood moves slowest in which vessels?…
capillary, ... much more cross sections
Blood moves fastest in which vessels?…
artery, ... less cross section, ... high driving force-pressure
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Biology 111A Lab 4
Clinical Significance of Proteinuria-p…
Clinical Significance of Carbohydrates…
Emulsifier
Clinical Significance of Lipids in uri…
Kidney malfunction by Diabetes mellitus or high blood pressure
Diabetes Mellitus or Hunter Syndrome
Molecule with non polar and polar ends that allow lipids to b…
Kidney damage by diabetes mellitus, high blood pressure, and…
Clinical Significance of Proteinuria-p…
Kidney malfunction by Diabetes mellitus or high blood pressure
Clinical Significance of Carbohydrates…
Diabetes Mellitus or Hunter Syndrome
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Biology A&P II Lab 4
Right Common Carotid Artery
Vertebral Artery
Axillary Artery
Internal thoracic artery
Right Common Carotid Artery
Vertebral Artery
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Biology Lab 4
Approximately how many different muscl…
What is SDS PAGE? Why is it used?
List the components needed to run SDS…
What was the purpose of running staine…
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SDS Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. It's used to separate…
Electric Current: proteins coated in SDS-Containing sample bu…
The visible standards are used to monitor the progress or pol…
Approximately how many different muscl…
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What is SDS PAGE? Why is it used?
SDS Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. It's used to separate…
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Biology 1594 Lab 4
Genes
Chromosomes
Mitosis
Zygote
Part of a strand of DNA that codes for a protein
Structures made of DNA that are contained in the nuclei of eu…
The process by which cells divide to produce identical daught…
Diploid (2n) cell that is created when sperm (n) fuses with a…
Genes
Part of a strand of DNA that codes for a protein
Chromosomes
Structures made of DNA that are contained in the nuclei of eu…
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Biology 125: Lab 4
Types of Animal Tissue
Epithelial Tissue
Epidermal Epithelium
Connective Tissue
-Epithelial... -Connective... -Muscle... -Nervous
-Function is dependant on location... -Tightly packed cells... -Reg…
-Prevents desiccation... -Keeps pathogens out of body
-Scattered through an ECM containing various fibres... -Secretes…
Types of Animal Tissue
-Epithelial... -Connective... -Muscle... -Nervous
Epithelial Tissue
-Function is dependant on location... -Tightly packed cells... -Reg…
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Biology 223 Lab 4
Skeletal system consists of what?
Sutural Bones (Wormian bones)
Flat Bones
Long Bones
Bones & joints
Small, flat bones found within the skull sutures... High degree…
Thin like a plate... Protect underlying structures... Large surface…
Longer than wide... Most common type of bone... Range from very lar…
Skeletal system consists of what?
Bones & joints
Sutural Bones (Wormian bones)
Small, flat bones found within the skull sutures... High degree…
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Biology Pre Lab 4
The portion of the body fluid containe…
All the body fluid located outside of…
Extracellular fluid includes
In the case of temperature regulation,…
Intracellular fluid
Extracellular fluid
Interstitial fluid & Plasma
A shivering skeletal muscle
The portion of the body fluid containe…
Intracellular fluid
All the body fluid located outside of…
Extracellular fluid
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Biology 4 Lab 4
Cell theory
Mitosis
Cytology
Why was the onion stained with iodine?
Cells are the basic unit of life, all cells are made from pre…
Sorry production, enables the descendent cells to have geneti…
Study of cells
It was stained because iodine makes things dark when it's mad…
Cell theory
Cells are the basic unit of life, all cells are made from pre…
Mitosis
Sorry production, enables the descendent cells to have geneti…
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Lab 4 - Cell Biology
Membrane proteins
Membrane carbohydrates
Positive feedback
Negative feedback
account for 55% of the weight of a plasma membrane, there are…
account for 3% of the weight of a plasma membrane, the carboh…
is called positive because it enhances or exaggerates an init…
is called negative because it opposes or negates an original…
Membrane proteins
account for 55% of the weight of a plasma membrane, there are…
Membrane carbohydrates
account for 3% of the weight of a plasma membrane, the carboh…
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Biology Lab 4
Enzymes
Substrate
Active Site
Specific
Speed up the rate of chemical reactions without being used up…
The material the enzyme reacts with, is modified during the r…
The specific area on the enzyme that binds to the substrate
Enzymes only react with a particular substrate
Enzymes
Speed up the rate of chemical reactions without being used up…
Substrate
The material the enzyme reacts with, is modified during the r…
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Biology lab 4
Biomolecules
Monnosaccharide (single sugar)
Disaccharide
Glynceraldehyde
Molecules found in living organisms known as carbs, fats, pro…
The basic structural unit of carbohydrates
When two monosaccharides are joined together
H... |... C = O... |... H- C - OH... |... H- C - OH... |... H... Has an aldehyde r…
Biomolecules
Molecules found in living organisms known as carbs, fats, pro…
Monnosaccharide (single sugar)
The basic structural unit of carbohydrates
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Lab 4 biology
Cell theory
Plasma membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleoid
States that all living things are composed of cells and that…
Regulates the movement of molecules into and out of the cytop…
The material bounded by a plasma membrane and cell wall. Cont…
A region in the bacterial cell interior in which DNA is physi…
Cell theory
States that all living things are composed of cells and that…
Plasma membrane
Regulates the movement of molecules into and out of the cytop…
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Biology Lab 4
community
population
biotic
abiotic
interactions with other species
interactions with own species
living
non-liviing
community
interactions with other species
population
interactions with own species
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Biology Lab 4
From their internal and external envir…
Sensory Receptors
It'll trigger nerve impulses that trav…
CNS
How do animals detect stimuli?
These respond to stimuli-changes in the environment
If the stimulus is strong enough, this will happen
4. It's this that sensation/awareness of stimulus and percept…
From their internal and external envir…
How do animals detect stimuli?
Sensory Receptors
These respond to stimuli-changes in the environment
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biology lab 4 terms
bacteria
pickling
mineral or inorganic acids
organic acids
attack and ruin many different types of human foods
one way to preserve foods, by adding an organic acid to lower…
when added to an aqueous solution, dissociate completely to p…
partially dissociate in an aqueous solution, forming an equil…
bacteria
attack and ruin many different types of human foods
pickling
one way to preserve foods, by adding an organic acid to lower…
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Biology Lab 4
Zygote
Gametophyte
Sporophyte
Gametangia
Result of 2 haploid cells (gametes) fusing. A fertilized egg.
Haploid plant that produces haploid gametes through Mitosis.…
Diploid plant that produces haploid spores through Meiosis.
A reproductive organ that houses and protects the gametes of…
Zygote
Result of 2 haploid cells (gametes) fusing. A fertilized egg.
Gametophyte
Haploid plant that produces haploid gametes through Mitosis.…
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