Lab 2 Population Genetics: Microevolution in the Eastern Gray Squirrel
Hypothesis 1 The Hardy Weinberg Theorem states that the frequencies of
alleles in a population should remain the same regardless of the starting
Lab 6 Termite Gut Symbiosis
1) Why are termites essential members of communities in nature? How do
they alter habitats?
Termites are usually seen as destructive organisms that destroy homes
and buildings everywhere. However, they do
Wrinkled and Round Peas-Determining Their Genomes Introduction: This lab is designed to help students understand what phenotype and genotype are and the difference between the two based on experiments relating to those of Mendel. Mendel believed that
Lab Section 9
(Iris x hollandica)
Purple color, Hole for tongue to go
down and get pollen
Able to land on
Lab 3 Hominoid Skull Lab
Biological Inquiry II Review Topics for Final Exam Final Exam: Thursday April 24th, 1:15-3:15pm Chapter 31 Introduction to Animals 1. Name the 5 feeding strategies and give and example group of animals that uses each. -Herbivory- plant eaters, snail
Biological Inquiry II Review Topics for Exam Chapter 1: 1. What are the four step of the scientific method? Ask a question Generate hypotheses Design Experiment Accept or Reject hypothesis 2. How does a scientific theory differ from the every day use
Biological Inguiry II Review Topics for Exam II Exam II: Thursday February 28th 9:25-10:40am in 102 Bayer Chapters 26 (Box 26.1 only) and Chapter section 33.6 Hominid Evolution 1. Name the four groups of hominid fossils and describe how they differ.
Anzalone 1 Christopher M. Anzalone Biological Inquiry II Section 02 Dr. Brady Porter March 13, 2008 Observation of Growth and Spores: From Swabbed and Imprints of Items and Places In and Around the Laboratory Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to o
Anzalone 1 Christopher M. Anzalone Biological Inquiry II Section 02 Dr. Brady Porter March 6, 2008
The Determination of Relationships Among Land Plants, Green Algae, Red Algae, and Brown Algae Based on Related Photosynthetic Pigments.
Materials: Spectrophotometer, pipettes (1 ml, 5 ml, 10 ml), micropepetter, pipette pumps, 10 ml test tubes, Parafilm, test tube rack(s), Kimwipes, transfer pipettes, spectrophotometer tubes, tween20, water
Protocol: 1. Turn on spectrophotometer and