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BIO 110 - Community College Of Baltimore County Study Resources
  • 5 Pages Metric
    Metric

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    Results A. Length Measurements palms You Partner digits cm mm m m Lab Bench Length Width meter centimeter Metal Rectangle Length Width Depth centimeter millimeter B. Volume Measurements Beaker and Graduated Cylinder Volumes Beaker Volume 1. 2

  • 4 Pages Biology 110 - Week 7 Quiz
    Biology 110 - Week 7 Quiz

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    Activation energy (Ea ): the kinetic energy required to initiate a chemical reaction. Active Site: a specific region of an enzyme (generally near the surface) that accepts one or more substances and catalyzes a chemical reaction. Catabolism: the aspect of

  • 2 Pages Exam 2 Study Guide
    Exam 2 Study Guide

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    Cell Components Know each of the cell components and their functions, located, inside of each cell, if the cell has a membrane Nucleoid no membrane, contains DNA, stores hereditary information, is present in prokaryotes Nucleus- double membrane, contains

  • 39 Pages Lecture 8 Energy and Enzymes
    Lecture 8 Energy And Enzymes

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    EnergyandMetabolism CatherineScollick WhatisMatter? Matter=anysubstancethattakesup space MatteriscomposedofElements ElementsarecomposedofAtoms Atomsarecomposedofprotons, neutrons&electrons WhatisEnergy? Energyistheabilitytodowork Workinvolvestheconversion

  • 6 Pages Lab_Syllabus
    Lab_Syllabus

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    1 BIOL 110 LAB Mrs. K. Dalton Spring 2009 Semester Purpose: The laboratory is an important part of the introductory biology experience. The lab is intended to add to and/or supplement the lecture portion of the course by providing you an opportunity

  • 96 Pages Keys
    Keys

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    Results Organism # Path Followed Identity Conclusions 1. Protozoans are described as single celled organisms that exhibit both plantlike and animal-like properties. Name an plant-like and an animal-like characteristic that you observed in the pro

  • 5 Pages Photosynthesis
    Photosynthesis

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    Results A. Microscope Work: Draw and label a cross section of the C3 leaf. B. Spinach Leaf Assay Trial 1 Environmental Conditions: starting temperature (Co): _ distance from bulb to culture tube (cm): _ wattage of bulb: _ Record the time each leaf s

  • 4 Pages Osmosis
    Osmosis

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    1 Results A. Diffusion of a Solid in a Liquid Observations: Sketch and label the appearance of the beaker at the start, middle and end of the lab period. B. Osmosis - decalcified eggs Table 1 - Mass of Eggs Egg in 0 min. 15 min. 30 min. 45 min. 6

  • 5 Pages Respiration
    Respiration

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    Results A. Microscope Work: Draw and label one cell. B. Mouse Respiration Experiment: What are the hypotheses being tested in this lab exercise? 1. 2. Mass of mouse + cage: Mass of empty cage: Mass of mouse: g g g Trial 1 Starting Temperature: E

  • 221 Pages Spectrophotometer
    Spectrophotometer

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    Results 1. Determine Maximum Absorption for Bromophenol Blue Wavelength 425 450 475 500 525 550 575 600 625 Absorbance What is the wavelength of maximum absorbance for bromophenol blue? What color is this? 2. Standard Curve for Bromophenol Blue Tube

  • 1 Page Practical 1 Study Guide
    Practical 1 Study Guide

    School: Community College Of Baltimore County

    Practical 1 Study Guide Safety -Be able to name safety precautions that need to be followed while in lab Lab 1 -Understand how to measure length and width -Be able to use measurements to determine surface area Lab 2 -Be able to use different lab tools (be

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