# All Educational Materials for BY 108 at University of Alabama - Birmingham (UAB)

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UABFall

## 1-11s-Final exam

11 Page
31 Jan 2019
Place your answer on the answer-line next to the question. Space is provided between questions for you to work each question (if you wish). No partial
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UABFall

## 1-11f-test4

7 Page
31 Jan 2019
Part i consists of 10 questions, each worth 6 points. Clearly show your work for each of the problems listed. (1) let f (x) = 3x4 + 4x3. State both x a
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UABSpring

## MA126T3S16 Spring 2016

7 Page
31 Jan 2019
Calculate the cross product of r1 = (2, 1, 1) and r2 = (1, 2, 1). Let r(t) = (t 1, t3, t2). Find symmetric equation of the tangent line at point t = 1.
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UABFall

## Cal_II_MA_126_8C_test_4 Fall 2016

9 Page
31 Jan 2019
Closed book - calculators and one index card are allowed! Clearly write your answer (only) in the space provided after each question. Very limited part
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UABFall

## Cal_II_MA_126_8C_Final_Exam Fall 2016

12 Page
31 Jan 2019
Closed book - calculators and one index card are allowed! Clearly write your answer in the space provided after each question. You need to show some wo
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UABFall

## ma125-ct-fall-2016-test-2

8 Page
31 Jan 2019
Show all your work, simplify and justify your answer! No partial credit will be given for the answer only! All problems in part i are 8 points each: fi
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UABFall

## 4-13f-Test1

6 Page
31 Jan 2019
Egr 265, math tools for engineering problem solving. Also, state if they are linear or non-linear. (a) 2xy = ey (b) y(5) Cos(x)y = exy (c) y + y2 = y (
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UABFall

## 4-13f-Final

14 Page
31 Jan 2019
Instructors name: do not open this exam until you are told to do so, this exam has 14 pages including this cover. There are 10 questions, for a total o
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UABFall

## 4-11s-test1

5 Page
31 Jan 2019
Egr 265, math tools for engineering problem solving. Also, state if they are linear or non-linear. (4p+4p+4p+4p) (a) y + x = cos y (b) y + ex y. = x (c
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UABFall

## 4-11f-test3

8 Page
31 Jan 2019
Egr 265, math tools for engineering problem solving. Problem 1 (9+9 points) (a) let f (x, y) = 2x x y . Find fxx + fyy. (b) for the function g(x, y) =
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Rna Splicing, Alternative Splicing, Noncoding Dna

1 Page
30 Oct 2018
Introns - intervening sequences found in eukaryotic dna. Noncoding dna that doesn"t show up in mrna or proteins. Rna splicing - cuts apart primary tran
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Bulbous Corpuscle, Lamellar Corpuscle, Hair Follicle

2 Page
12 Oct 2018
Sensory information - gets to central nervous system through 4 steps. Stimulation - activates sensory neuron transduction - stimulus transformed into g
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reaction Rate, Dmitri Mendeleev, Octet Rule

2 Page
8 Oct 2018
Atom - makes up all matter and all substances in the universe. Can be seen indirectly w/ tech such as tunnel microscopy. Electrons - (-) charge; revolv
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Restriction Enzyme, Molecular Cloning, Southern Blot

2 Page
30 Oct 2018
Dna cleavage (stage 1) - restriction endonuclease cleaves dna into fragments. Gel electrophoresis - procedure that separates fragments based on size re
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Yeast Artificial Chromosome, Multiple Cloning Site, Okazaki Fragments

1 Page
30 Oct 2018
Dna manipulation - uses enzymes (imitates what cells can do) Restriction endonuclease - able to cleave dna at specific places restriction sites - where
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Complement Membrane Attack Complex, Stratum Spinosum, Stratum Corneum

2 Page
13 Oct 2018
Oil/sweat glands >> low ph on surface >> many microorganisms killed. Stratum corneum - outer skin layer lyxozyme - enzyme in sweat that digests bacteri
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Symporter, Antiporter, Active Transport

2 Page
8 Oct 2018
Substances required for growth are sometimes too large to cross the bilayer. Receptor-mediated endocytosis - transfer of specific molecules. Only food
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Portal Vein, Pylorus, Bile Acid

2 Page
13 Oct 2018
Sharp teeth in carnivores for cutting flat teeth in herbivores for grinding. Contains amylase >> breaks down starch into disaccharide. Epiglottis preve
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Corpus Luteum, Secondary Sex Characteristic, Fallopian Tube

2 Page
13 Oct 2018
Female reproductive system - ovaries develop more slowly than testes. Clitoris/labia majora made from same embryonic structures as penis/scrotum in mal
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Human Genome Project, Shotgun Sequencing, Base Pair

1 Page
30 Oct 2018
Genome maps - linkage maps showing relative location of genes. 1st map made in 1911 when 5 genes of drosophila mapped. Genetic maps - distances between
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Rna Splicing, Alternative Splicing, Noncoding Dna

1 Page
30 Oct 2018
Introns - intervening sequences found in eukaryotic dna. Noncoding dna that doesn"t show up in mrna or proteins. Rna splicing - cuts apart primary tran
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Bulbous Corpuscle, Lamellar Corpuscle, Hair Follicle

2 Page
12 Oct 2018
Sensory information - gets to central nervous system through 4 steps. Stimulation - activates sensory neuron transduction - stimulus transformed into g
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reaction Rate, Dmitri Mendeleev, Octet Rule

2 Page
8 Oct 2018
Atom - makes up all matter and all substances in the universe. Can be seen indirectly w/ tech such as tunnel microscopy. Electrons - (-) charge; revolv
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Restriction Enzyme, Molecular Cloning, Southern Blot

2 Page
30 Oct 2018
Dna cleavage (stage 1) - restriction endonuclease cleaves dna into fragments. Gel electrophoresis - procedure that separates fragments based on size re
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Yeast Artificial Chromosome, Multiple Cloning Site, Okazaki Fragments

1 Page
30 Oct 2018
Dna manipulation - uses enzymes (imitates what cells can do) Restriction endonuclease - able to cleave dna at specific places restriction sites - where
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Complement Membrane Attack Complex, Stratum Spinosum, Stratum Corneum

2 Page
13 Oct 2018
Oil/sweat glands >> low ph on surface >> many microorganisms killed. Stratum corneum - outer skin layer lyxozyme - enzyme in sweat that digests bacteri
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Symporter, Antiporter, Active Transport

2 Page
8 Oct 2018
Substances required for growth are sometimes too large to cross the bilayer. Receptor-mediated endocytosis - transfer of specific molecules. Only food
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Portal Vein, Pylorus, Bile Acid

2 Page
13 Oct 2018
Sharp teeth in carnivores for cutting flat teeth in herbivores for grinding. Contains amylase >> breaks down starch into disaccharide. Epiglottis preve
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Corpus Luteum, Secondary Sex Characteristic, Fallopian Tube

2 Page
13 Oct 2018
Female reproductive system - ovaries develop more slowly than testes. Clitoris/labia majora made from same embryonic structures as penis/scrotum in mal
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Human Genome Project, Shotgun Sequencing, Base Pair

1 Page
30 Oct 2018
Genome maps - linkage maps showing relative location of genes. 1st map made in 1911 when 5 genes of drosophila mapped. Genetic maps - distances between
View Document

## Most Recent

UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Human Genome Project, Shotgun Sequencing, Base Pair

1 Page
30 Oct 2018
Genome maps - linkage maps showing relative location of genes. 1st map made in 1911 when 5 genes of drosophila mapped. Genetic maps - distances between
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Yeast Artificial Chromosome, Multiple Cloning Site, Okazaki Fragments

1 Page
30 Oct 2018
Dna manipulation - uses enzymes (imitates what cells can do) Restriction endonuclease - able to cleave dna at specific places restriction sites - where
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Restriction Enzyme, Molecular Cloning, Southern Blot

2 Page
30 Oct 2018
Dna cleavage (stage 1) - restriction endonuclease cleaves dna into fragments. Gel electrophoresis - procedure that separates fragments based on size re
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Rna Splicing, Alternative Splicing, Noncoding Dna

1 Page
30 Oct 2018
Introns - intervening sequences found in eukaryotic dna. Noncoding dna that doesn"t show up in mrna or proteins. Rna splicing - cuts apart primary tran
View Document
UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Elongation Factor, Cistron, Transfer Rna

1 Page
30 Oct 2018
Translation - begins when mrna binds to rrna trna w/ complementary 3-nucleotide sequence (anticodon) 45 different trna molecules (some trna recognize m
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Vascular Cambium, Root Cap, Meristem

3 Page
13 Oct 2018
Meristems - determines how the plant body develops after germination. Divides >> 1 meristematic cell, 1 cell able to differentiate. Apical meristems -
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Tricolpate, Stamen, Gynoecium

2 Page
13 Oct 2018
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Non-Vascular Plant, Rhizoid, Lignin

2 Page
13 Oct 2018
Alternation of generations (heteromorphic) - haploid >> diploid (haplodiplontic) Humans have diplontic life cycles (only diploid form = multicellular)
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Parasitism, Chytridiomycota, Ascus

2 Page
13 Oct 2018
Major fungi groups - chytridiomycota, zygomycota, basidiomycota, asomycota. Proves that fungi/animals first originated from water. Zygomycota - include
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UABBY 108Charles AmserFall

## BY 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Homokaryotic, Spindle Apparatus, Heterokaryon

2 Page
13 Oct 2018
More closely related to animals than plants. Heterotrophs that live on their food (secretes digestive enzymes) Hydrolytic enzymes - breaks down food, l
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