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BIOLOGY 361 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: John Stuart Mill, Trolley Problem, Jeremy Bentham

Midterm Study Guide Introduction to Ethics The exam will consist of multiple choice, matching (thinker with view), and short essay. Thinkers: Jeremy Bentham, John Stuart Mill, J. J....

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 361
Mesner
BIOLOGY 361 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Michael Huemer, Moral Realism, Deontological Ethics

Study Guide Introdution to Ethics  John Rawls Contractarianism  The original position Imaginary set of circumstances surrounding and choosing of a hypothe...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 361
Mesner
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Enzyme Kinetics, Insulin Receptor, Reaction Rate

Enzyme Kinetics (chapter Chapter 3 pp. 100-106, Chapter 4 pp141-167) Unit Goals: 1. Understand the function of an enzyme in a cell. 2. Analyze the kinetics of an enzyme using Km and Vmax. 3. Interpret grap...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Zip Code, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Nuclear Pore

Vesicular trafficking Intracellular compartments and protein transport 1. Transport through nuclear pores 2. Transport across membranes 3. By vesicles Signal sequence acts as an amino acid “zip code” on a...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Adult Stem Cell, Cancer Cell, Metastasis

Multi hit hypothesis: CANCER RESULTS IN AN ACCUMULATION OF MUTATIONS OVER TIME First proposed by Carl O. Nordling in 1953 Formall stated in 1971 by Alfred Normal cell behaiovr: Cells cooperate...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Membrane Fluidity, Membrane Lipids, Alpha Helix

Membranes and Trafficking 1.Know the major components found in a membrane. 2.Evaluate the chemistry and function of membrane components. 3.Evaluate the effect of specific membrane ...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 361 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Greater Sciatic Notch, Hypothenar Eminence, Ischial Tuberosity

Carpal bones (wrist, pp. 247-9) Looking at your right hand; palm (anterior) side up. Proximal: (LM) scaphoid (most often broken), lunate (most often dislocated), triquetrum...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 361
Mesner
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Covalent Bond, Hydrogen Bond, Acid Strength

Covalent and Hydrogen bonding Hydrolysis-breaks covalent bond by adding water back Condensation- takes water away Covalent bonding: electrons are shared Non polar: Electrons shared equally Hydrophobic (water fearing...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Zip Code, Nuclear Pore, Cell Membrane

Vesicular trafficking Intracellular compartments and protein transport 1. Transport through nuclear pores 2. Transport across membranes 3. By vesicles Signal sequence acts as an amino acid “zip code” on a...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Nicotiana Rustica, Lung Cancer, American Tobacco Company

Cell Bio Key Points:  Cancer is caused by mutations in specific genes.  Mutation is random.  Causes of cancer: Cancer risk in population...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Spindle Apparatus, G1 Phase, G2 Phase

Cell Cycle Control and Apoptosis 1. Goal 1: Recall and extend your basic knowledge of the basic events that occur in the cell cycle. 2. Goal 2: Relate events of the cell cycle to...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Adult Stem Cell, Cancer Cell, Metastasis

Multi hit hypothesis: CANCER RESULTS IN AN ACCUMULATION OF MUTATIONS OVER TIME First proposed by Carl O. Nordling in 1953 Formall stated in 1971 by Alfred Normal cell behaiovr: Cells cooperate...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dynamic Equilibrium, Titration, Acid Dissociation Constant

Buffering, Titration Curves and introduction to amino acids LeChatlier’s Principle- If a dynamic equilibrium is disturbed by changing the conditions, the position of equilibrium moves to counteract the change Increase t...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Microtubule Organizing Center, Intermediate Filament, Vimentin

Cytoskeleton  Goal 1: Recognize and recall the functions of microtubules, microfilaments, and intermediate filaments in a cell.  Goal 2: Discuss how cytoskeleton can change or b...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran
BIOLOGY 253 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Membrane Fluidity, Membrane Lipids, Carboxylic Acid

Membranes and Trafficking 1.Know the major components found in a membrane. 2.Evaluate the chemistry and function of membrane components. 3.Evaluate the effect of specific membrane ...

Biological Sciences
BIOLOGY 253
Curran

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