Bio 103 Lecture Quiz 2

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  1. What did Sullivan write?
    The Limitations of Science
  2. What are the 3 needs and desires?
    • 1. Practical advantages
    • 2. Satisfying disinterested curiosity
    • 3. Provides objects of great aesthetic charm for the contemplative imagination
  3. What is Restriction endonuclease?
    could be used to cut DNA in a precise matter
  4. What does Restriction endonuclease lead to?
    Recombinant DNA
  5. Recombinant DNA is the foundation of?
    Biotechnology
  6. The Babylonians/ Egyptians history in science was? (3 things)
    • 1. rudimentary geometry & astronomy = suited to the practical needs of an agricultural population
    • 2. Disinterested Curiosity- Babylonian priests kept records of the rising and setting of heavenly bodies (=astrology).
    • 3. Primarily Practical: little disinterested curiosity
  7. The greeks history in science was? (2 things)
    • 1.recognize the scientific spirit; wanted to know for the sake of knowing- necessary condition for science to come into the world
    • 2. Land surveying formulas of Egyptians, in hands of Greeks= deductive geometry and mathematical reasoning was created
  8. What were the Romans history in science? (2 things)
    • 1. spirit of disinterested curiosity died-essentially practical people
    • 2. Attitude= what is the use of it?
  9. What were the medievalists history in science? (3 things)
    • 1. (romans to renaissance): produce nothing in science
    • 2. Outlook on life made science unnecessary
    • 3. Derived information from two sources:
    •          1. Reason- Aristotle 
    •          2. Revelation (scriptures)
  10. What was the Renaissance history in science?(4 things)
    • 1. (14th-16th centuries): 1st clear expression of the modern scientific outlook (LL., renascentia, new birth):
    • 2. Leonardo Da Vinvi (1452-1519) Never published
    • 3. Galileo (1564-1642) Not perfect scientific man; did not fully realize the necessity of confirming mathematical deductions by experiment (- "used experiments only to prove to those less wise than he what he already knew to be true").
    • 4. Newton (1642-1727) Scientific outlook reached full consciousness
  11. What is the basis of science?
    Observation and experimentation= mathematical deduction, checked by further experiment

    (=independent and self-enclosed system, borrowing nothing from metaphysics or theology = dominating outlook of the scientific world.)
  12. What is cells?
    units of organization and function of living organisms
  13. What is the cell theory?
    all organisms are composed of cell and cell products (1830s)
  14. WHat did Lenenhooke do?
    Discovered bacteria and protozoans using a single lensed microscope
  15. What did Robert Hooke do?
    • Introduced the words cells
    • Was looking at thin sections of cork and reminded him of cells in monastery
  16. Who were known as the 2 classical microspicits?
    Lenenhooke and Robert Hooke
  17. Who gained credit for the cell theory?
    Schum and schullanlen
  18. What is the saying that Brown came up with in 1841?
    Ommus cellular e cellular 

    "life only comes from preexisting life in cellular form"
  19. What dud Pasteur gave evidence in favor of?
    Bio-genesis
  20. What is biogenesis?
    Life only arises from preexisting life in cellular form
  21. What was pasteur against?
    spontaneous genesis
  22. What is the concept that life did not originate from Earth but life was sent here?
    Directed panspermia
  23. Who was Francis Crick? (2 things)
    • 1. Discoverer of DNA (double helix)
    • 2. Author of the book Life itself
  24. Are cell size the same or different in plants?
    different
  25. Are cell sizes the same or different in organisms?
    same
  26. What is the general range of cell size?
    1-100 micrometer
  27. What is the resolution of the human eye?
    100 micrometer
  28. What are the two types of cells?
    • 1. Prokaryotic 
    • 2. Eukaryotic
  29. What is a prokaryotic cell?
    a cell with no true nucleus
  30. What is a eukaryotic cell?
    a cell with a true nucleus
  31. What are the 5 different parts of the Eukaryotic cell?
    • 1. Cell (plasma) membrane
    • 2. Cytoplasm
    • 3. Mitochondria
    • 4. Cytoskeleton 
    • 5. Nucleus
  32. What is the cell membrane?
    The outermost part of the cell
  33. What are the three tings the plasma membrane made up of?
    • 1. lipids 
    • 2. proteins
    • 3. carbohydrates
  34. What is the function of the plasma membrane?
    • control what moves into and out of the cell
    • "gate keeper"
  35. What are the two things in the cytoplasm?
    • 1. Organelles
    • 2. Plastids
  36. What are organelles?
    • subcellular components for specified functions 
    • many are membrane
  37. Plastids are found in what type of cell?
    plant cells
  38. What are two types of plastids?
    • 1. Chloroplasts
    • 2. lsucoplasts
  39. What is chloroplasts?
    deals with photosynthesis
  40. What is the mitochondria?
    the powerhouse of the cell
  41. The mitochondria found in what cells?
    plant and animal cells
  42. What is in the Mitochondria?
    ATP
  43. What is ATP?
    high energy molecule
  44. Mitochondria is what kind of membrane?
    double membrane organelle
  45. Where does mitochondria and chloroplast come from?
    from preexisting bacteria
  46. What shape is mitochondria?
    rods, size of bacteria
  47. What is the golgi apparatus?
    • A network of the cytoplasm of the cell
    • "molecular traffic cop" 
    • certain proteins are directed to different places
  48. Where is the golgi apparatus found?
    chloroplasts and mitochondria
  49. What are the three types of cytoskeleton?
    • 1. microtubules
    • 2. microfilaments
    • 3. Intermediate Filaments
  50. What is the diameter of the microtubules?
    25 mm
  51. What is the diameter of microfilaments (actins)?
    8 mm
  52. what is the diameter of the intermediate filaments?
    10 mm
  53. what is fluorescence microscopy?
    use chemical flouresence to attach to certain types of cells, or antibody and they antibody will be specific for a certain part of the cell
  54. What is the cytoskeleton responsible for?
    cell shape and cell movement
  55. What is cytoplasmic matrix?
    • background of cytoplasm
    • everything is enveloped here
    • sometimes called cytosol
  56. What level can you see the nuclear membrane?
    light microscope
  57. what level can you see the nuclear envelope?
    electric microscope
  58. What is embedded in the nucleoplasm?
    chromatids
  59. What are chromatids?
    chromatids are made up of DNA and hector protein
  60. What is the nucleus responsible for?
    cell activity and heredity
  61. What is inclusions?
    matters in bulk
  62. What are examples of inclusions?
    cell sap in cell, sap molecules, starch grains
  63. What is nucleoid?
    a region with the genetic material
  64. What are the 3 exceptions to the cell theory?
    • 1. Prokaryotic cells do not contain a true nucleus 
    • 2. Skeletal muscle fiber does not consist of cells but multi-nucleated single cells of cytoplasm 
    • 3. Certain fungi- coenontic- entire organism is multinuclear
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