(A short history of the knowledge of the atom)
Compiled by Jim Walker
Originated: Sept. 1988
Latest revision: Nov. 2004
atom n. A unit of matter, the smallest unit of an element, consisting of a dense, central, positively charged nucleus
Tay-Sachs disease is a fatal genetic disorder, most common in children. It results in
progressive destruction of the nervous system. Tay-Sachs is caused by the lacking of the Hex-A
enzyme, without that enzyme, a lipid called GM2 accu
The Earths Water
A Repeating Cycle
The Earths Water Cycle
Water is unique
Solid, liquid, & gas
Oceans cover 71%
Most in southern
The majority of plants are C3, named for the 3 carbon sugar (glyceraldehyde-3phosphate or G3P) that is produced through the fixation of carbon via the Calvin
cycle in the stroma of the chloroplast. C4 plants use an intermediate (PEP
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Beyond Regular Photosynthesis
What does Carbon Fixation mean?
Explain Carbon fixation in regular photosynthesis. How is it fixated? Into what is it fixated?
How do plants exchange gasses with the environment? What
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1. Explain the process of aerobic cellular respiration. You may use a diagram to
supplement your answer.
2. Discuss how this occurs in your body. Is it always aerobic? What are the byproducts?
How do you
Cellular Respiration/Photosynthesis Test Study Guide
What does it mean when something is reduced? Oxidized?
What is an oxidizing agent? Reducing agent?
Be able to apply these to the cellular respiration formula