Lab Quiz 2 Be able to describe objectives for each of the following labs. Know the definitions of the terms we covered during lab. Be able to describe techniques used during lab Lab 8.1-8.6 Enzymes Define catalyst, enzyme, activation energy, denaturation What is benzoquinone? What are the substrates for the enzyme catechol oxidase? What is the effects of temperature and pH on the rate of chemical reactions in general? What is the lock and key theory? P. 104 Fig. 8-2 S 2 & Append. 2 p752-754 (back of the manual) Genetics What is the relationship between genotype and phenotype? Be able to perform a simple cross and determine the genotypic and phenotypic ratios. Work on Problems on pages 752-754 Lab 11 and Lab 12 Mitosis and Meiosis Describe the life cycle Fig. 11-1 What is fertilization, zygote, DNA, chromosome, mitosis, cytokinesis, homologous chromosome, sister chromatids Distinguish between animal and plant mitosis (models, slides or pictures) Postlab question 5 and 7 Recognize each stage of mitosis Define diploid, haploid, gene, allele, gamete, genotype Differences and similarities of mitosis and meiosis using charts or pictures Recognize each stage of meiosis pictures on page 175 and 177 Biotech strawberry DNA extraction and Cracking the code of life - one wrong letter- video, List the steps involved in isolating the strawberry DNA Octoploidy- what is it? What was the disease in the video? Who does it affect? Is there a cure? What did we learn? Lab 4 Homeostasis What is homeostasis and give examples of homeostasis in a living organism? Know the pH scale- what is an acid, neutral, base (alkaline) and buffers Describe the role of sensors and feedback loops. Lab S1 Bacteriology and Epidemiology Know the Different cell shapes of bacteria What common products have antibacterial properties? Describe tools and techniques used to grow bacteria Describe antibiotics and how they were used in the lab What is a super bug? And how might it be created? Give examples.