Axia College Material
Directions: Review Module 26 of Psychology and Your Life. Complete the matrix below and answer the questions that follow. Cognitive Stage Age Range Major Characteristics
Spermatogenesis vs. Oogenesis
Meiotic division of
spermatogonia: Can occur
before birth until death
Meiotic division of oogonia:
Occurs before birth
Unit 3: Genetics
Review Questions for Genetic Test 1 (Test #4)
What does this part of the cell theory mean: The cell is the smallest thing that retains the properties of life?
List 3 reasons why cells divide.
Explain why our body is
Sexual Selection Sept.23 Bio h/w
1. Sexual selection is the process all species go through in attempt to find the right mate based
more or less on looks, personality, and money and is the focus of Jane Austens novels
because in each of her novel the prima
September 31st, 2009
SBI3U - 5
Banking for Life: Banking to Save Life
Dictionary.com: [a bank is] an institution for receiving, lending, exchanging, and
transacting financial business basically, an establishme
First orbit can only have 2 electrons
Second orbit can have 8
Third orbit can have 18
Most of the mass is in the nucleus because the protons and neutrons have the most mass
compared to electrons
But the electrons determine the volume because
First Test in Biology for Grade 9
Parts of a cell (know the function of each and how to label a cell)
Nucleus: Found in both plant and animal cells
Control center or brain of the cell,
Directs all of the cells activities.
Nucleolus: Found in both animal
There are 6 electrons 6 protons and 7 neutrons the mass = 13
2 electrons 2 pro
Topics for Review
1) Classifying Matter: Pure and Mixed Substances down to Elements and Compounds.
2) The Elements (the symbols and names of the 32 elements listed under Elements to
3) Building Molecular Models (know how many bonds each needs to
Outline of Unit 3: Genetics
Unit 3: Genetics
What is a cell?
Fundamental ideas in biology established through research and now accepted to be true
1. All living things are composed of one or more cells
2. The cell i
Unit Test Genetics 2
Why Sex? (Video):
- Asexual reproducers had far more parasites than those who reproduced sexually,
despite being exposed to the same amount of parasites
- The red queen = evolution is a race, we are running as fast as we can to stay
SBI3U Unit 3: Genetics Test II Questions
1. In Drosophilia, the allele for wild-type eye colour is dominant and sex-linked. The
allele for white eye colour is recessive. The mating of a male with wild-type eye
colour with a female of the sam
SBI3U Unit 3: Genetics Test I Questions
Column I Genetics Term
Homologous Pair _
Column II Definitions & Descriptions
A. Either an X or Y, influ
SBI3U Unit 2: Systems Test I Questions
a. site of production of many enzymes
b. the structure that separates your
esophagus and your stomach
c. produce an enzyme to moisten and start
the breakdown of food
SBI3U Unit 1: Evolution Test Questions
Directional selection _
Hybrid infertility _
Stabilizing selection _
Behavioural isolation _
Disruptive selection _
Mechanical isolation _
Sexual selection _
Prokaryotes: 2 Kingdoms
Bacteria are the simplest living creatures
- They do not have a nucleus
- They have a loop of DNA (not chromosomes)
- No membrane-bound organelles
- Most are unicellular (one cell)
- Most have a cell wall
1. What conditions do the extremophiles in the Lechugilla caves enjoy?
The extremophiles in the Lechugilla caves enjoy no sunlight, living 1000 feet
2. What do the bacteria in the Cueva de Villa Luz get their energy?
Unit 4: Diversity
Diversity Review Questions
1. Aristotle grouped all living things into 2 groups: animals and plants. Now, Aristotle was a pretty clever guy,
but even in Aristotles time, with their limited technology this was an over-simplific
Chordates: Trait History
1. Third ear bone = Mammalian hearing adaptation is made possible by a sophisticated middle
ear of three tiny bones, known as the hammer (malleus), the anvil (incus), and the stirrup
(stapes), plus a bony ring for the eardrum (tym
1.On the following chart, fill in the element symbols for the first 20 elements.
2. The combining capacity is the ability of an element to make connections with other
elements. The combining capacities for many of the first 20 element
Atoms & Elements
Classification of Matter
Highlight or place an X in the boxes that apply to each item listed in the left hand column. For most items two or more boxes should
Cell Division Worksheet
New cells are formed as a result of cell division.
While a cell is not dividing it is said to be in
During this time the cell grows then prepares for cell division by duplicating its
(2). The DNA is in the form of
(3), which i
1. Define asexual reproduction.
2. a) When an organism reproduces asexually, where does its genetic information
The chromosomes which carry the parent organisms genetic information.
b) How will the new organism co
DNA, Chromosomes, Genes, Bases
What is it?
-DNA: Deoxyribonucleic acid
carries the information necessary for normal cellular functioning
long thread of DNA, a portion of genetic material
a gene is a long section of DNA
a. What is it? Definition of DNA, Chromosomes, Genes, and Bases.
DNA: it is the genetic chemical found in all living things
Chromosomes: it is a thread like structure that contains genetic information
Genes: a unit of genetic informati
Second Test in Biology for Grade 9
-Form of reproduction by the creation of new individuals from/by existing
How is it different than sexual reproduction?
-Only 1 parent is needed
-Identical to mother ce
Test in Biology for Grade 9
What is a cell?
Parts/organelles in a cell (identify them and their functions)
3 main postulates of the Cell theory
Early cell investigations key findings of Hooke, Brown, Leeuwenhoek,
DNA: Deoxyribonucleic acid
DNA forms a long winding shape called a helix. This helix has two main strands, so its a
DNA carries the information necessary for normal cellular functioning.
DNA is the same in all living things.
DNA is organ