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Meghan Tan Regents biology study guide **PLEASE REVIEW WORKSHEETS, HOMEWORKS, AND OTHER HANDOUTS.** Table of Contents: Unit 1: Scientific Method Lesson 1 Lesson 2: Design An Experiment Lesson 3: Data Analysis Lesson 4: Representing Quantitative Data as a Graph Lesson 5: Repeating Research Lesson 6: Characteristics of Life Unit 2: Ecology Lesson 1: Introduction to Ecology Lesson 2: Levels of Organization Lesson 3: Food Chains and Food Webs Lesson 4: Energy and Biomass Pyramids Lesson 5: Symbiotic Relationships, Intra-Inter-Specific Competition Lesson 6: The Carbon/Oxygen Cycles Lesson 7: Nitrogen Cycle Lesson 8: Ecological Succession Lesson 9: Population and Biology Lesson 10: Land Biomes Lesson 11: Aquatic Biomes Lesson 12: Freshwater Biomes Unit 3: Human Impact on the Environment How Does Carbon Dioxide Emission Affect Global Warming? Pesticides Deforestation Acid Rain Invasive Species Nuclear Waste Ozone Layer Algal Blooms Dioxin Unit 4: Classification Lesson 1: 6 Kingdoms Lesson 2: Dichotomous Key Unit 5: Cell Structure and Function Lesson 1: Tools of a Biologist Lesson 2: Cell Theory Lesson 3: Cell Structures, Organelles Lesson 4: Cell Membrane Lesson 5: Cellular Transport I Lesson 6: Cellular Transport II
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Meghan Tan Regents biology study guide Lesson 7: The Organization of Living Things Lesson 8: Cell Size Unit 6: Biochemistry Lesson 1: Introduction to Basic Chemistry Lesson 2: Molecular Methods/Models Lesson 3: Macromolecules (Proteins) Lesson 4: Organic Catalysts/ Enzymes Lesson 5: Carbohydrates Unit 7: Digestion Lesson 1: Introduction to Digestion Mouth and Stomach Lesson 3: Large Intestine Unit 8: Circulatory System Lesson 1: Introduction Lesson 2: Human Circulation Unit 9: Blood and the Immune System Lesson 1: Blood Composition Lesson 2: Koch’s Postulate Lesson 3: Non Specific Immunity and Specific Immune Response Lesson 4: Immunization (Vaccination) Lesson 5: Immune System Disorders Unit 1: Scientific Method Lesson 1 1. There are two types of Observations a. Qualitative i. Direct 1. 5 senses ii. Indirect 1. Microscope b. Quantitative i. Numbers 1. Measurement ii. Time, Distance Length. Lesson 2: Design An Experiment 1. Procedure a. The steps in the experiment to test the hypothesis b. Experimental group has only one changing value c. Control Group: doesn’t have the value you’re testing
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Meghan Tan Regents biology study guide Lesson 3: Data Analysis 1. Independent variable (IV) a. Manipulated variable (the one you can change or have control over) b. Predictable change 2. Dependent variable a. Measured variable b. Unpredictable change Lesson 4: Representing Quantitative Data as a Graph 1. Criteria to make a graph Lesson 5: Repeating Research 1. Steps of the scientific method
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