Lab #1: Homeostasis (15 marks)
Activity 1.1: Homeostatic control of body temperature
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1. With increasing water temperature, what happe
BIOL 230: Human PhysiologyAthabasca University
BIOL 230: Assignment 1
Credit Weight: This assignment is worth 5% of your final course grade. (50 marks)
Due Date: Please complete this assignment after you have completed Units 1-7.
Chapter 19 - Communities and Ecosystems
Communities and Ecosystems: Overview
includes all populations, representing multiple species,
in the same region.
An ecosystem is the biotic, or living, community plus the abiotic, or nonliving,
Introduction to Science
What is Science?
1. A body of knowledge that helps to explain
the workings of the natural world,
2. A process
for acquiring that body of knowledge.
What is this process?
This is a general description of the sc
Chapter 12 - Natural Selection, Modern Synthesis, and Population Genetics
DNA - molecule that encodes all the information needed for an organism to maintain
- the way DNA is organized in the cell; continuous
molecule of D
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DIFFUSION and OSMOSIS VIRTUAL LAB
The processes of diffusion and osmosis account for much of the passive
movement of molecules at the cellular level.
Cells and Their Organelles
The cell is the basic unit of life. The following is a glossary of animal cell terms. All
cells are surrounded by a cell membrane. The cell membrane is semipermeable,
allowing some substances to pass into the cell and blocking o
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