Bio 107 Final Lab Exam Practice Questions

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Department
Biology (Biological Sciences)
Course
BIOL107
Professor
Christopher Cairo
Semester
Winter

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IMPORTANT NOTEThe Lab portion may have changed this year where some of these questions are irrelevantUse YOUR DISCRETIONIf you didnt learn it and its not in the lab manual you DO NOT need to know itEquation Sheet Conversions 1cm10mm 1mm1000m 1m1000nm Resolution of a microscope061NATotal Magnification magnification of ocular lens x Magnification of objectiveWhere the ocular lens is 10xMagnification of a drawing size of a drawing Actual size of the specimenProportion of field of view field of view specimen occupies x actual field diameterDilutions volume of original solution volume of original solutionvolume of diluentCuCdD Where Cuundiluted concentrationCdconcentration of dilutedDdilutionPercent transformationof cells that were transformed x100 of cells that could be transformed Where cells that could be is K plates Where cells that were is K plates Remember30300 rule Study SheetLab 1Be able to calculate resolutionKnow what resolution meansUnderstand the different ways to estimate size of a specimenBe able to describe the three lens system of the microscope Definitionsindependent variable dependent variable control group constants experimental group solvent control group hypothesisApply these terms to hypothetical experimentsMore definitionsisotonic hypertonic hypotonic Lab 2Know the difference between streaking and asceptic techniqueUnderstand what a pure culture and a colony isDescribe the streaking procedureUnderstand the purpose of using a spectrophotometerUnderstand the purpose of a standard curveKnow how high and low temperature affect membrane structure and function and describe using scientific languageBe able to identify flaws in experimental designLab 3Know the difference between colony and cell morphologyBe able to describe how to conduct all biochemical testsDescribe the Gram stain in detail and troubleshoot resultsBe able to classify Gram negative and Gram positive and understand their ultrastructural differencesBe able to describe bacterial movementLab 4Know the differences between eukaryotic and prokaryotic flagellaDefine and describe how to increase contrastBe able to identify the subcellular components and cytoskeletal components of the different motile structuresDescribe the intracellular digestion pathway of ParameciumDefine pseudopod microtubule microfilament lysosome cilia flagellaLab 5 Understand how enzymes functionUnderstand the different types of enzymatic inhibitorsBe able to draw a reaction profile with the function of an enzyme clearly depictedUnderstand why amylase is important in your bodyLab 6Identify the difference between an action and an absorption spectra
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