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Terms and Questions: Bloom’s Taxonomy- breaks down what you need to do to learn and illustrates how we think about material. Cognition- processing and using information. Life “emerges”- when the smaller pieces are put together a new phenomenon is formed and life “emerges.” Hypothesis- related to a thesis, a tentative explanation for an observation, phenomenon, or scientific problem that can be tested by further investigation. Prokaryotic Cells- lacks a nuclei and other membrane-bound organelles; and have a rigid cell wall Eukaryotic Cells- have a DNA- containing nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles; includes the mitochondria, nuclei, chloroplasts, Golgi bodies and endoplasmic reticula; can either be single or multi
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Unformatted text preview: celled. Resolving Power- the ability to see two objects as separate from one another Compound light microscope-uses several lenses and mirrors and light to magnify the object. 1. What are endospores? 2. What is the advantage of coloniality in cells? 3. What is the primary function of your cheeks’ stratified squamous epithelium? 4. Differnce between a electron microscope and a compound light microscope? 5. How can Beowulf be realated to learning? 6. What are the three domains of learning and give some examples? 7. What does a blank, unlabeled flower have to do with learning? 8. Who are biology, chemistry, English, math, and physics related?...
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