Thursday, January 23, 2014

BIOL 103 Lab 1, Lab 2, Lab 3, Lab 4, Lab 5, Lab 6, Lab 7, Designing an Experiment, OLI quizzes, Final Exam Answers Complete Course, Super Package!

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Lab 1: Exercise 1 - 5 Exercise 1: Data Interpretation, Exercise 2: Testable Observations, Exercise 3: Conversion, Exercise 4: Accuracy and Precision, Exercise 5: Significant Digits and Scientific Notation
This lab is an introductory lab to the study of biology it contains scientific factual data and questions on how to calculate various different scientific numbers, hypothesis' and theories.

Lab 2: The Chemistry of Life Experiment 1: What Household Substances are Acidic or Basic? & Experiment 2: The Effect of Surface Area and Volume
Dealing with the surface area of different geometric shapes this lab is based on finding the differences and changes in volumes of common shapes. It also deals with computing the pH levels of common household substances and more.

Lab 3: Cell Structure and Function Experiment 1: Labeling & Experiment 2: Directions and Concentration Gradients
Labeling cell structure and function can be a tricky thing, but this lab has been fully taken care of so as to ensure that you don't have to look up why mitochondria are the only organelles that contain their own DNA.

Lab 4: Enzymes Experiment 1: Effect of Enzyme Concentration & Experiment 2: Effect of Temperature on Enzyme Activity
This is a difficult lab, it deals with how different types of proteins react with different types of acids. It also asks about how Hydrogen peroxide can affect different types of proteins.

Lab 5: Meiosis Experiment 1: Following chromosomal DNA movement
I bet when you thought you never wanted to know anything how cells divide this lab comes around. This lab makes requires making pictures of the different types of cell division.

Lab 6: Taxonomy Experiment 1: Classification of Common Objects & Experiment 2: Classification of Organisms
With anything from whiskey and vodka to computer monitors and more this lab deals with classifying household objects into their own taxonomies. It is an interesting lab and kind of a fun one!

Lab 7: Ecology of Organisms Experiment 1: Effects of pH on Radish Seed Germination
Absolutely the most ridiculous lab that has come so far this lab requires a 7 day process of watering and monitoring a radish seed for over a week. It is a very time consuming lab and one that should not and cannot be done in the 11th hour.

Designing an Experiment Lab 8 Final Applied Lab Project
This experiment is actually similar to the enzyme substrate lab from Lab 4. We have created a very good looking lab that is sure to be a great back bone for creating your own unique lab. Hell, just turn this one in!

Quiz 1 Biology The Science of life Unit
Some of the chemicals that make up living organism have only few structures (like DNA) other have many different structures (like proteins). Why might this be the case?
Quiz 2 Introduction to Chemistry Unit
Neon has an atomic number of 10 and an atomic mass of approximately 20. How many neutrons does neon have?
Quiz 3 Biological Macromolecules Unit
The cells of your body are surrounded by water. The outer layer of these cells is made of many nonpolar molecules. What would happen if the outer layer of these cells was made of mainly polar molecules?
Quiz 4 The Cell Unit
Given that a cell's structure reflects its function, which of the following functions do you think is characteristic of a cell with a large endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus?
Quiz 5 Metabolism Unit
Which of the following organelles carries out photosynthesis in eukaryotic cells; or, where in the eukaryotic cell does photosynthesis take place?
Quiz 6 Cell Division Unit
Imagine a hypothetical organism (critter). A DIPLOID cell from this organism has 40 chromosomes. How many chromosomes would be found in a HAPLOID GAMETE of this organism?
Quiz 7 Classical Genetics Unit
In beans yellow (Y) is dominant to green (y) and smooth (S) is dominant to wrinkled (s). What are the possible genotypes for the offspring of the following cross: Yyss and Yyss.
Quiz 8 Biological Macromolecules Unit
The cells of your body are surrounded by water. The outer layer of these cells is made of many nonpolar molecules. What would happen if the outer layer of these cells was made of mainly polar molecules?
Quiz 9 Evolution Unit
The Class Mammalia includes all living species with hair and mammary glands plus related fossil species; it is a complete group containing all of the descendants of a common ancestor that also had these characteristics. Therefore the Class Mammalia is a?
Quiz 10 Ecology Unit
Wolves return to a river valley near Yellowstone National Park after a long absence. Which of the following are likely consequences? Select all that apply.When wolves return.

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