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Outcomes Lec 2-5.pdf

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Biology 1001A
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Tom Haffie

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Bio 1001A Sept 2011 Biology 1001A Outcomes for Lectures 2 - 5 This document outlines the “educational outcomes” arising from Lectures 2 through 5 of Biology 1001A. An “outcome” is an expectation ; an expectation of how students should be able to perform in order to demonstrate their command of the material. Since the online Assessments, Midterm and Final Exam will be largely multiple-choice questions, the outcomes are written only with respect to performance on this type of question. Outcomes for the written portion of the F inal Exam will be available closer to the end of term. Although the following list of outcomes is not necessarily exhaustive, students who can meet these expectations are more likely to perform well on the Assessments, Midterm and Final Exam. Most of the material is supported by Chapters 2, 5, 9 and 10 in the text with some ideas pulled in from elsewhere as indicted by figures cited in class. Notice that the outcomes arise almost exclusively from content discussed in class rather than everything in the te xtbook (e.g. cyclins/CDK is in Chapter 9 but not addressed in class and not included in these outcomes). However, the class was expressly referred to the text for a review of the structure and function of various parts of the eukaryotic cell as well as for more detailed descriptions of the stages of mitosis and the material on transformation/generalized transduction. In multiple choice format questions, identify the meaning of the following terms: electronegativity, polarity, fatty acid, triglyceride, pho spholipid, amphiphile, desaturase, bacteria, archaea, eukarya, transmission electron microscope, scanning electron microscope, endosymbiosis, cytoplasm, cytosol, organelles, plasma membrane, nucleoid, cell wall, chromosome, ribosomes, flagella, nuclear envelope, nuclear pores, chromatin, nucleoli, end omembrane system, endoplasmic reticulum, rough ER, smooth ER, golgi complex, secretory vesicles, exocytosis, endocytosis, lysosomes, phagocytosis, mitochondria, cristae, matrix, vesicles, cytoskeleton, centroso me, centrioles, chloroplasts, stroma, thylakoids, grana, plastids, central vacuoles, tonoplast, cell wall, plasmodesmata, cytoskeleton, chromatid, kinetochore, spindle, tubulin, keratin, actin, microtubule, micro filament, interm ediate filament, motor protein, anti-parallel, semi-conservative, bi-directional, complementary base pairing, 3’ vs. 5’, replication origin, replication fork, replication bubble, G0, G1, G2, S, cell cycle checkpoint, meristem, mutation, minimal
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