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Midterm 1 Study Guide

by: Andi Sprague

Midterm 1 Study Guide BIO 361-01

Andi Sprague
Cal Poly

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Summary of info on quizzes, lab, and lecture for the first exam; Includes additional study tips for this course.
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This 7 page Study Guide was uploaded by Andi Sprague on Friday January 22, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to BIO 361-01 at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo taught by Liwanag, Heather Elizabeth in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 80 views. For similar materials see Principles of Physiology in Biology at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo.


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Date Created: 01/22/16
Bio 361 Midterm 1 Study Guide *** Bring a calculator*** **Pen only *No Scantron STATS Tests Used in Lab: Student’s t-test: Used to compare the mean values of a variable between two normally distributed populations or distributions. Paired t-test: Used to compare the mean values between two normal distributions when the data are logically paired with one another. One-way ANOVA: Used to compare the mean values of a normally distributed variable when your independent variable consists of more than two groups Two-way ANOVA: Used when you are examining the effect of two independent variables and you wish to compare groups based on both parameters. ANOVA tests will tell you if there is a significant effect of the independent variable(s) on the dependent variable, but it will not tell you specifically which group means are significantly different from one another. Regression analysis: This is used to determine whether there is a cause-and-effect relationship between the dependent and independent variables. Transport Across the Membrane: (Lecture and Quiz 1) Simple diffusion: oxygen, carbon doioxide, steroids Faciliated diffusion: Pore: Water Carrier: Glucose Channel: Ions Types of Metabolic Rate: (Lecture, Quiz 1, Lab 2) Basal Metabolic Rate: Minimum metabolic rate for an endotherm. Field Metabolic Rate: Average daily metabolic rate of a free-living animal. Mass-specific Metabolic Rate: Metabolic rate divided by body mass. Maximum Metabolic Rate: Highest metabolic rate an animal can achieve for a short period Standard Metabolic Rate: Minimum metabolic rate for an ectotherm. Structure of ATP: (Lecture and Quiz 1) Glycolysis: (Lecture and Quiz 1) *Hexokinase *Phosphofructokinase *Final end products: 2 Pyruvate, 5 ATP, 2 NADH Action Potential: (Lecture, Quiz 2, Lab 4) Cellular Respiration Summary of ATP: Other Recommended Study Tools: *Synthesis Questions from the end of each assigned chapter (Only on topics disused in Lecture) *Problem Sets posted on PolyLearn *Review of lecture notes Week 1- Week 4 (Week 1 Posted on PolyLearn, Weeks 2-4 Posted on StudySoup)


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