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Biology 1021 Lab Final Study Guide

by: Gianna Leonard

Biology 1021 Lab Final Study Guide BIOL 1020

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This is the study guide for the lab final with all the information pulled together
Principles of Biology (1020)
Christine A Sundermann
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BIOLOGY 1020, Biology 1021, lab final, auburn, Sundermann, Bowling, Study Guide
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Date Created: 04/14/16
Biology 1020 Lab Final Spring 2016 Lab 1 - Caffeine speeds up the heart rate of Daphnia - Know where the heart of the Daphnia is - Know where the focusing knob on the dissecting scope is - Know that mean is the average of independent and dependent variables - Know how to find the range (highest number – lowest number = range) Lab 2 - Know that the benedicts test uses reducing sugars - Be able to identify an aqueous solution given a picture of oil and lipids - know the function group of amino - Know the function group of carboxyl Biology 1020 Lab Final Spring 2016 Lab 3 - Know where/what the objective of a compound microscope is - Know how to estimate length of an object by using the value from diameter of field on a compound microscope  must know diameters of each magnification Lab 4 - Know what spirillum looks like - Biology 1020 Lab Final Spring 2016 - Know what an Elodea is ^^ and it is eukaryotic and autotrophic - Know what muscles look like - Know what a golgi apparatus looks like - Know what surrounds a mitochondrion (rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER)) Lab 5 - Know that temperature increases the rate of diffusion - Know that during the dialysis bag experiment, bags that lost weight were hypotonic inside the bag and hypertonic outside the bag - Know that bags that gained weight were hypertonic inside and hypotonic outside the bag - (water always travels from hypotonic environments (lower concentration) to hypertonic environments (higher concentration)) Biology 1020 Lab Final Spring 2016 Lab 6 - Know that the enzyme used for lab 6 experiment was catechol oxidase - Know the specific temperature and pH at which catechol oxidase is denatured (Optimal temperature is 40C and optimal pH is 7) Lab 7 - Know that in lab 7 we measured CO product2on - Know that geminating beans is cellular respiration - Know that fermentation happens through yeast - Know that aerobic respiration produces more ATP than fermentation - Know that beans give off heat in a thermos due to aerobic respiration - Know that during the bromothymol blue experiment the plant that grew in the dark changed to a light yellow green because lots of CO because 2 photosynthesis is not happening Lab 8 - Know that pigments spread because of their solubility in the solvent and how much a particular pigment tends to adsorb to the paper, molecules that are very soluble will migrate farther because they spend more time moving with the solvent instead of adsorbed to the paper. - Know what color is least useful for photosynthesis (green) - Know where starch is stored and how light vs. dark affects starch storage (starch is stored in chlorophyll) (plants in light appear dark after staining, plants in dark appear not as dark/white after staining) Lab 9/10 - Know that prophase I is where crossing over occurs - Know that a zygote is diploid Biology 1020 Lab Final Spring 2016 - Know the picture of telophase in plants and what separates the two new daughter cells - Know metaphase looks like - Know anaphase looks like - Know that you start out with 1 chromatid per chromosome in meiosis and 1 chromatid per chromosome at the end of meiosis - Know that when a sperm and egg join together they are still haploid (does not become diploid until a zygote forms) Lab 11 - Know how to do Punnett squares - Know how to find parent genotype Biology 1020 Lab Final Spring 2016 - Know what an autosomal recessive pedigree looks like Lab 12 - Know that electrophoresis separates proteins - Know how to identify heterozygous carriers from electrophoresis experiment - Know what the difference between sickle cell hemoglobin and normal hemoglobin (sickle cell hemoglobin has valines instead of glutamic acid like in normal hemoglobin. Glutamic acid is more negative than valine, so normal hemoglobin will move futher than sickle cell hemoglobin) - Know what precipitates DNA in the strawberry DNA extraction procedure (salt – NaCl) Lab 13 - Know how to do hardy Weinberg problems - Know how to tell if a population is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium - Know how to calculate how many individuals of a given phenotype are expected to be in a Heterozygo population, given the population size and the genotype us frequencies and assuming Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium - Know what a bottleneck effect is and how it affects allele frequencies - Know how to calculate chi-square, degrees of freedom, and percent chance and how to use these to test Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium


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