1. Nat turner Nat turner was a slave who led a rebellion in south Hampton county Virginia
in 1831. The rebellion led to about sixty-five white people being killed.
2. William Lloyd Garrison- William was a journalist, but became an American
1. Hypothesize why a fungus would use spores as a mechanism for reproduction.
asexually and sexually or either forms of reproduction
2. How might the environment affect a fungus reproducing sexually or asexually?
Certain conditions will
1. Black Thursday- can also be known as Black Tuesday, The Wall Street Crash of 1929.
The Stock Market Crash had begun originally on October 24 1929. This is the worst
stock market crash in the history of the U.S. The will then bring on th
Charles Lindbergh Charles was a American military officer, aviator and author. While in the
military Lindbergh received a medal of honor for having the longest flight in history.
Treaty of Versailles, Paris 1919 This treaty was signed on June 28 1919, thi
1. Four areas of southern life changed, which provoked Klan violence in
response to racial etiquette, education, labor, and politics.
Klansmen were frustrated that black men were granted suffrage and were
now participating in government. Th
EXPIREMENT 2: Measuring Antibiotic Resistance
1. Did your bacterial lawn contain only one species of bacteria? If not, why do
you think that is? Can you tell? No, the bacterial lawn did not contain only
one species of bacteria.
Experiment 1: Testing the Environment
1. In the space provided below, draw your plates and indicate the number of
different colonies and identify the colony shape.
PLATE 1: Control, no colonies
PLATE 2: Cutting board, covered
PLATE 3: b
6th of January, 2015
Reading Response #1
Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind, Peopling of Countries, and c. (1751)
Benjamin Franklin, is best known and recognized as an American revolutionary leader,
This assignment should be completed individually. Check the schedule for due date.
You will be making three cards that are similar to those in the Shanleya's Quest Patterns in Plants card game based on
common plants in the Mojave Desert. The b
BIOL 196 Paper-Writing Workshop: Discussion
Analyzing a Scientific paper
One of the best ways to learn scientific writing is to read scientific papers. Thus you will now analyze the
discussion of a published scientific paper and answer the questions below
Risks and Benefits of Genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
By Samuel, Oscar, Dennis, and Enrique
Greater tolerance for
toxins/pesticides (Morris, 2011) Global treats such as overpopulation, poverty,
Pesticides and herbicide and environmental
The shortcoming of reconstruction falls in a major part on Andrew Jacksons shoulders. Once
Lincoln died and Johnson took the position of president of the once again United States, the momentum
of the fight for racial equality was stalled,
Hist. 102 online
Final exam essay Part 1
What was life for those that settled the West? Well it was a struggle to say the least. The
expansion of the American people across the west was riddled with trouble, from the native
The 1920s was a period of cultural explosion. During this time woman gained more social
financial and sexual freedom than they had ever experienced. Also blacks began to channel their feelings
of repression in to creative and social outlets such as art, m
The second red scare, or anti-communist movement in the united states lead to a great
restriction in the expansion of American culture, Mainly in American film. After the second world war the
fear of communist idea and supporters infiltrating the united s
Name: Samuel Monzulla
1. Diffusion: the movement of molecules of a substance from an area of high concentration to an area
of lower concentration
Passive transport: the diffusion of molecules down the concentration gradient; does not require
American Civil War Causes
There were many different conflicts that caused the American Civil War between the
north and south. A lot of these conflicts involved slavery, which was a growing issue especially
in the north where many people were against slave
The Early Cultures of Native Americans, Islanders, and West
During the early years, many cultures were alike and shared values and ways of life, but
they also had many differences in the way they lived. These cultures consisted of Native
Your name Jo Owens
Date of the concert you attended March 27 Place Victory Church
Name of the Concert or Group The Stellar Group Concert
What type of group (band, choir, orchestra, etc.) Band/Choir
Instruments in the group Bass, Saxophone,