Directory of Images from the FIRST TWO Quizzes of the semester

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Biology 1081 Lecture, In-Class Handouts, Directory

branching, Glucosidase

Page 1:  01_1081_Table_of_Contents_Jan2016

Page 2: 02_2016_BIOL_1081_Syllabus_Calendar_15Jan2016

Page 3: 03_How_to_take_Bio1081.Jan2016

Page 4: 04_Wordstems_1081_chrono_part_1.22Aug13

Page 5: 05_Wordstems_1081_chrono_part_2.08Jan2016

Pages 6 and 7: 06_07_Bio_1081_cum_wordstems_meanings.22Aug2013

Page 8: 08_Study_Groups.Dec12

Page 9: 09_Study_Group_Report_1081.08Jan2016

Jump to Biology 1081, Lecture Notes, Directory

Page 10: 10_Newsnote_Protocol.Sept09

Page 11: 11_Sample_Newsnote_Sheet_4373_001

Page 12: 12_Full Credit Genetics Homework.Aug14

Page 13: 13_FoodSources.08Jan2016

Page 14: 14_Volleyball_Flier_Vert.flier

History of Biology with Images

Mars Retrograde Example

Local Upper Ordovician Fossils

Fat Analysis Bar Chart
Fat Analysis Bar Chart

Protein Complimentation Images, Directory

First Year Biology 1081 Lab, Lab Packet and Directions

I have not taught BioLab 1081L course in several years.

Here are directions for How to Print Lab Manual which Jan Carter put together, based on protocols I created awhile back.

Please print out the packet, cut it into 5.5 x 8.5 inch pages, and have it bound with spiral binding at a local copy store (Kinko’s, Office Max, etc). I will give specific instructions on the first day of lab.

Directory of Handouts for the semester

Directory of Images from the FIRST TWO Quizzes of the semester, GRID.

Directory of Images from the FIRST TWO Quizzes of the semester, SLIDESHOW.

NOTE: Some images will be used for the midterm.

The following links will take you to illustrated pages or PDF files to explain each topic in more detail:

Table of Contents

Schedule of Lab Activities, Fall 2014

Laboratory Notebook Procedure

Format Suggestions for Table of Contents

Format Suggestions for Cumulative Lists (Fauna and Flora)

Use of Contact Paper for Mounting Handouts

Notebook Illustrations

The Binocular Microscope: Its Features & Care

How to View a Slide & Microscope, Storage Grade Sheet

Sample First Notebook, Grade Sheet

Field Hike Protocol

Sprouting Seeds

Chromatographic Separation of Photosynthetic Pigments

Spectra of Isolated Photosynthetic Pigments

Mitosis versus Meiosis

Biological Aspects of a Healthful Salad

Making Yogurt

Making Labneh (simple yogurt cheese)

Making Hard Cheese: 1 Gallon of Milk

Making Hard Cheese: 5 Gallons of Milk

Making Ricotta

 

 

Genetics and Cell Biology 2081 Lecture Notes

Genetics and Cell Biology 2081 Lecture Notes

01_History_cytology.Aug14

02_History_Genetics_Biochem.Aug14

03_Proteins.Aug13

04.5_3D ROTATABLE MOLECULAR STRUCTURES.Sept2012

04_chem_nucleics_carbohydrates.Sept12

05_chem_lipids.Sept2014

06_Bioenergetics.Sept13

07_Enzymes.Sept13

08_Membrane_History.Sept13

09_Membrane_lipids_&_Proteins.Sept13

10a_Membrane_Transport.Sept13

10b_Active_Transport.Sept13

10c_Active_Transport_Illust_Sept13

11_ATP.Sept14

12_Glycolysis.Oct12

12b_Fermentation_Hormonal_Control_glycolysis.Oct12

13_Respiration.Oct12

14_Tricarboxylic_Acid_Cycle.Oct12

15_Oxidative_Phosphorylation.Oct2103

16_Photosynthesis_I.Oct12

17_Light Reactions.Oct12

18_Photosynthesis_Dark_Rxns.Oct14

19_Compartments.Oct12

20_Golgi_Apparatus.Oct14

21_Lysosomes_Peroxisomes.Oct12

22_Cell_Junctions.Nov12

23_Cytoskeleton_1. Microtubules.Nov12

24_Cytoskeleton_2. Microfilaments&Intermediate Filaments.Oct14

25_Nucleus.Nov11

26_Cell_Cycle.Nov12

27_RAS_regulation.Dec08

31_Genetics_History.Nov12

32_Mendel.Jan12

33_Probability.Nov12

34_Chromosomes_Mitosis_Meiosis.Nov13

35_Linkage.7Nov2014

35_Pedigree_Human_Traits.Nov13

36_Sex_Linkage.Nov13

37_Independant_Assortment.Jan10

38_Linkage.dec12

39_Chi_Squared_analysis.Jan10

40_Linkage_3_point_cross.Jan10

41_Altered_Ratios.Nov13

41_Deletion Mapping.Hmwrk.Feb09

42_Mutation_Intro.Nov13

42_Mutation_Intro.Nov14

43_Chromosome_Mutation.Jan10

43_Chromosome_Mutation.Nov14

44_Recombination_bacteria.Jan11

44_Recombination_bacteria.NOV14

45_Recombination_phage.Feb11

46_DNA_History.Jan12

47_DNA_structure.Feb12

48_DNA_Replication.Feb12

49_What_is_a_Gene.Feb12

52_Transcription.Mar12

53_Translation.Feb12

54_Restriction_Enzymes.Feb12

55_Fingerprinting_PCR.Dec14

55_Fingerprinting_PCR.Mar12

56_DNA_Sequencing.Mar12

57a_Gene_Regulation.Dec13

57b_siRNA_gene_silencing.Mar11

58_Mutagenesis. Mar12

59_Repair.Mar11

Genetics and Cell Biology 2081 Lab Handouts

Genetics and Cell Biology 2081 Lab Handouts

10_Table_of_Contents_Genetics_Cell_Lab.24Aug2014

11_Genetics_Cell_Lab_Schedule.24Aug2014

12_Notebook_Procedure_AP.24Aug2014

13_Format_Table_of_Contents.23Aug14

14_Contact_Paper.July09

15_Illustrations.23Aug14

16_Notebook_Gradesheet_SAMPLE_1st_09Oct2013

17_Notebook_Gradesheet_2nd_27Nov2013

18_a_b_Microscope_Features&Care.Aug13

19_How_to_View_a_Slide.Sept10

20_a_Leaf_Histology_b_Cells_Lab.Sept12

21_Tooth_Scraping.Sept03

22_Microbiuret_Standardization.Sept13

23_Protein_in_unknowns_Expt_Layout.27Aug2013

24_Protein_in_unknowns_Data_Table.10Sept2013

25_Spectrophotometer.June02

26_Graph_Construction.July10

28_Math_Problems_Sept04

29_a_b_Displacement_Pipette.June09

29_Glycolysis.Oct1130_Krebs_Cycle.Oct12

30_Lactase_Assay.Sept12

31_Reagents_Calculations_for_Lactase_Assay.Aug13

32_pH_Optimum.Oct12

33_Glycolysis.Oct11

33_Lactase_in_Ecoli.Mar11

34_Krebs_Cycle.Oct12

36_Lineweaver_Burk_Lactase_Oct2013_0345_001

37_Sprouting_Seeds.Jan12

38_DNA_extraction_thymus.April2016

38_DNA_extraction_thymus.Nov12

40a_Root_Tip_Harvest.Jan10

41_Staining_Root_Tip_Chromos.Dec08

42_Chloroplasts.Nov1042a_b_Chloroplast_Isolation.Data_table.Nov12

42a_Chloroplast_Isolation.Nov10

43_Chloroplast_Reduction.Nov12

44_Drosophila_Culture.Dec11

47_Dissection_Scope.Nov12

48_Drosophila_Chromosomes.Jan11

49_Electrophoresis_Practice.Dec11

50a_DNA_Electrophoresis.Dec09

51_DNA_Digestion.Dec08

52a_DNA_fr_buccal_cells.Feb11

52b_DNA_from_hair.Dec09

x43_Chi_Squared_Table

x44_Chi_Squared_Demo.Dec09

Biology Lab 1082 pdf Files

Biology Lab 1082 pdf Files

01_1082_Table_of_Contents_2014.05Jan2014

02_Schedule for BIOL1082L.04Jan2014

02_Schedule for BIOL1082L_Spring_2014.04Jan2014

02_Schedule for BIOL1082L_Spring_2014.15Jan2014

03_Notebook_Procedure_AP.

04Sept201304_Table_of_Contents_Format.Apr13

05_Cumulative_list_Format.Oct2013

06_Contact_Paper.July09

07_Illustrations.Sept05

08_Microscope_Features&Care.Sept11

09_How_to_View_a_Slide.Sept10

10_Notebook_Gradesheet_2nd_20Nov2013

11_Field_Hikes.Jan06

12_HOW TO PRINT BIOLAB 1082LMANUAL

15_Microscope_Features&Care.Sept11

15_Notebook_Gradesheet_2nd_20Nov2013

16_How_to_View_a_Slide.Sept10

21_Spectrophotometer.June02

22a_Graph_Construction.July10

22b_Graph_Construction.Sept10

24_Displacement_Pipette.June09

33_Titration_prob_solved.Mar11

Laboratory Notebook Procedures

Book: Use graph-lined, sewn composition notebooks (10″ x 7 7/8 “) so that you make a permanent record of your experiments and results. (Avoid glued books.)

Pen Options: Use a permanent black pen with a fine point, such as a Pilot Precise Rolling Ball V5 (my favorite), Tombow Roll Pen, Jr©, or Uni-ball Vision Micro. These are dark black, permanent, and duplicate (reproduce, copy) very well. A pencil or water soluble felt tipped pen are not acceptable. Ball point pens have ink which will dissolve under organic solvents.
Microbiology Page Numbering Illustration
llustration of the common features of all Micro Notebooks

1) Title the inside front cover LAB SCHEDULE. Number the facing page i, and title HANDOUT TABLE OF CONTENTS.
2) Mount the HANDOUTS (LAB SCHEDULE and HANDOUT TABLE OF CONTENTS) as shown. As each protocol is mounted in your notebook, enter its page number on the line provided to the left of its listing. It will look like this after you have referenced the handout pages. (Ready to turn in notebook for grading)
3) Number the next two pages ii, iii and iv. (for Micro, add iv, v and vi.) Title them MY TABLE OF CONTENTS I, II and III. You will mount your own table of contents here later.
4) Then number every right hand page at the top right with odd numbers: 1, 3, 5, etc.
5) If your handout packet contains a Slide List, title page 1 “LIST OF SLIDES.” Mount the list on this page. Label page 2 NOTEBOOK PROCEDURES. Mount those protocols on these pages.
6) Title the inside of the back cover “MY GRADESLIPS“. Mount sequential grade slips here. Title the facing page “NEW WORDSTEMS.” Earn two points by keeping a running table of wordstems given in lecture or lab, but which are not on the handout sheet and typing them up before NB grading.
7) Draw guide lines at lines 1, 3, 6 and 9 along the edge of your closed book.
8) Date each page in the upper left hand corner as soon as you begin an entry on that given page.
9) Title each page IN CAPITALS with a specific focused title between lines 1 & 3.
10) Begin the entries below line 9. Enter all data directly into the lab book. Here is a sample showing date, title, page, cross ref and entries below line 9.
11) Use a fresh page for each experiment . Neatness is of secondary importance, but leave adequate space for ease of future use. Do not tear out any pages.
12) Cross reference pages of related material on line 6 (three spaces below the title). Give the nature of the cross reference: protocol, data, graph, illustration, conclusion, etc. You may cross reference the location of illustrations to the right of the features listed in the protocol.
13) Permanently mount ALL handouts with clear contact paper. Keep intact if at all possible. Mount sequential grade slips inside back cover.
14) Use any excuse for an illustration, since it displays information or data in a manner comprehensible at a glance. (See Notebook Illustrations.) Prevent ink from bleeding through by placing illustrations on the R page, and handouts on the L (or vice versa).
15) For dissections, illustrate: 1) cuts made, 2) spatial & functional relations of organs.
16) For microscopic specimens, illustrate characteristic views to fill at least half a page. Clearly resolve all details observed with labels for all features mentioned in the protocol and/or in Lab. The illustration title goes above, magnification of the view at the lower right. The legend is below, indicating the source, treatment and staining procedure used. Do not hesitate to draw a second illustration to expand on the first.
17) For each new piece of apparatus: illustrate, label and explain all functional features.
18) Color may be added after illustrating with black pen. Use of appropriate color in illustrations can make them more meaningful as well as attractive.
19) Title your graphs precisely, cross reference, label coordinates, note significant phases, especially according to time. Give conditions under which experiment was performed. Show all effects observed, especially according to time or changing conditions. Here is a sample graph.
20) Indent protocols or recipes, leaving space above and below for clarity. Note in detail any changes made in the protocol, difficulties encountered, or future cautions.
21) Draw conclusions, noting the value of the exercise, and, if appropriate, making suggestions for improvement of the experiment. Include in your conclusions not only the “processed” data, but points which could be examined more closely in future experiments and questions which may have arisen as a result of the experiment. For an extra three points, type out your suggestions on a single page, cross reference them to the page of the experiment, and mount them in your notebook.


Compare these instructions with the Sample Notebook Grade Sheets which you have received. Note that points are awarded according to the completeness with which you have followed these instructions. Early effort applied to learning correct notebook procedure will pay dividends when your notebook is graded. (Lab work, as evidenced by your notebook comprises between 25 and 40% of your grade, depending on the course.)