Biology Lecture Notes
Ch. 2 Reading
Organisms are composed of MATTER
1. Anything that takes up space and has mass
2. Rocks, oils, metals, gases, living organisms
Elements and Compounds:
Substance that cannot be broken down to other substances b
WATER AND LIFE
Polar Covalent bond: water
Electronegative attracted too electropositive
HYDROPHILIC: substances that dissolve in water; soluble
o Forms a solution
Hydrophobic: no like water; insoluble
o Ex: Oil
Proteins can dissolve
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Introduction should be included here.
The hypothesis(es) should be stated in this section. If the lab is an observation only lab,
this section is not necessary.
Bio Lab Information
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Lecture 1 for Bio Lab
What is a hypothesis?
How to Get from a Graph to an Equation
If your graph looks like this .
Relationship for Positive Slopes:
y is directly linear to x
For Negative Slopes:
y is indirectly linear to x
Equation: y = (slope)x + y-intercept