2.1- No, all species have equal chance of surviving.
3.1- No, only one species survived. The other species were not eating the food that they
needed and ended up going extinct.
4.1- Run 1: Black, red, white. Surviving color was brown.
Run 2: Black, red, w
Exercise 1: Starting Population
Exercise 1: Generation 4
Exercise 1: Before Crabs
Exercise 1: After Crabs
Exercise 1: After Crabs Generation 4
Exercise 2: No Variation, Starting Population
Exercise 2: No Variation, Generation 2
Exercise 2: No Inheritance,
Dr. Scott A. Shaffer
Getting Started with Scientific Scholarship
Note: You are expected to do this exercise by yourself. You must photocopy and/or
download your own articles. You will turn in: This sheet, your search resul
Study Guide Exam 1
INTRODUCTION, ORIGIN OF LIFE AND MECHANISMS OF EVOLUTION
I. Nature of Science
A. What is science?
B. How does science work?
C. How does science compare to other ways of knowing?
D. Be able to distinguish between the different fields of
HUNTER, S. (1991), The impact of avian predator-scavengers on King Penguin
Aptenodytes patagonicus chicks at Marion Island. Ibis, 133: 343350.
doi: 10.1111/j.1474-919X.1991.tb04581.x Web. 09 May. 2013.
The Enzymology lab showed us how enzymes work, and how they break down
substrates, such as hydrogen peroxide, into products. As a class we conducted three
experiments. We tested the effects of concentration, temperature. Concentratio
EVERY BITE OF EVERY MEAL DEPENDS ON
This sage thrashers diet, like that of almost all organisms, depends on
ARE PHOTOSYNTHETIC ORGANISMS AUTOTROPHS OR
(a) Plants, (b) algae, and
SECTION 4.1: ENERGY & METABOLISM
A hummingbird needs energy to maintain prolonged flight. The bird obtains its energy
from taking in food and transforming the energy contained in food molecules into
forms of energy to power its flight through a series of
CONCEPTS OF BIOLOGY
Chapter 6 REPRODUCTION AT THE CELLULAR LEVEL
WHAT IS CELLULAR REPRODUCTION?
WHY WOULD CELLS NEED TO REPRODUCE?
A FERTILIZED EGG IS A SINGLE CELL THAT DIVIDES TO
FORM A NEW MULTICELLULAR ORGANISM
A sea urchin begin
CHAPTER 2: THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFE
Foods such as bread, fruit, and cheese are rich sources of biological macromolecules
Life is made up of Matter
What is the
charge of a
What about their mass?
Atoms are made
CONCEPTS OF BIOLOGY
Chapter 7 THE CELLULAR BASIS OF INHERITANCE
Asexual reproduction is accomplished by mitosis in many
single-celled organisms and a few multicellular organisms- and
produces genetically identical diploid clones
Sexual reproduction is t