personasaurus rex wrote:i bet the diseases are gonna be a pain in the butt. this is a deja vu to my ID even failures.... haha
what do you think they will ask about the diseases?
frenchhornlove wrote:I feel like this event is really similar to Cell Biology. Right now I'm reading through college microbiology notes, but most of the stuff I already know from regular bio and AP bio, aside from specific microbial diseases. What do you think the hardest thing thing they could put in the event would be?
ty. Don't think that's too outdated tho. Kinda sounds reasonable imho.AlphaTauri wrote:Basically the theory is that mitochondria and chloroplasts are descended from ancient prokaryotic cells that formed symbiotic relationships with early eukaryotic cells. Over time, the DNA from the nucleus of the eukaryotic cell "took over" most of the DNA in the mitochondria/chloroplasts. The DNA that these organelles have today are remnants of the early prokaryotic cells' DNA.
Courtesy of my bio textbook (which was published in 2002, so this info may be a bit outdated, FYI).
Found it on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endosymbiotic_theory
Kokonilly wrote:Do we have to wear long-sleeved shirts here (like Forensics, Chem Lab, etc.)?
frogzorz wrote:Kokonilly wrote:Do we have to wear long-sleeved shirts here (like Forensics, Chem Lab, etc.)?
First of all, does it matter? >_> And you don't need long sleeved shirts.
sciencegirl23 wrote:Do you think we'll need to know the name of the species that causes each disease? Or just what type of organism causes the disease?
yogoperson wrote:I think you need to know the cells[parts, functions and all], diseases they can cause, specific microbes[and their parts and functions], the microbes' ancestry, and how microbes affect daily life. A big pain to memorize.
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