Investigation 12 Fruit fly Behavior
Big Ideas and Science Practices
The student is able to refine scientific models and questions about the effect of complex
biotic and abiotic interactions on all biological systems from cells and organisms to
What factors, including environmental variables,
affect the rate of transpiration in plants?
Relating Mendelian Inheritance to the Behavior of Chromosomes
1. Explain how the observations of cytologists and geneticists provided the basis for the
chromosome theory of inheritance.
2. Explain why Drosophila melanogaster is a goo
Chapter 14 Objectives
Gregor Mendels Discoveries
Explain how Mendels particulate mechanism differed from the blending theory of
Define the following terms: true-breeding, hybridization, monohybrid cross, P generation,
F1 generation, and
Chapter 13 Objectives
The Basis of Heredity
1. Explain in general terms how traits are transmitted from parents to offspring.
2. Distinguish between asexual and sexual reproduction.
The Role of Meiosis in Sexual Life Cycles
3. Distinguish between the foll
Chapter 12 Objectives
The Key Roles of Cell Division
1. Explain how cell division functions in reproduction, growth, and repair.
2. Describe the structural organization of a prokaryotic and a eukaryotic genome.
3. Describe the major events of cell divisio
Chapter 11 Objectives
An Overview of Cell Signaling
1. Describe the basic signal-transduction pathway used for mating in yeast. Explain why we
believe these pathways evolved before the first multicellular organisms appeared on Earth.
2. Define paracrine s
Chapter 10 Objectives
The Process That Feeds the Biosphere
1. Distinguish between autotrophic and heterotrophic nutrition.
2. Distinguish between photoautotrophs and chemoautotrophs.
3. Describe the structure of a chloroplast, listing all membranes and co
BIOLOGY (H) Review For the First Semester JAN 2012
HONORS BIO REVIEW FOR 2nd SEMESTER FINAL 12
Suggestions on how and what to study: - Have a strong understanding of the concepts - study
the notes for information. Rewriting the most important parts of all of your notes onto a separate sheet of paper and
Ch 35,36,39,40 Review
Complete each statement.
1. _ tissue joins, supports, and protects other types of tissue.
2. The bones of the skull and backbone are part of the _ skeleton.
3. The bones of the arms, legs, and pelvis make up the _ skeleton
Ch. 7.2 & 7.3
Learning Objectives: You should be able to
- identify the roles of DNA
- describe how proteins differ from one another
- explain how the sequence of amino acids is determined
- locate where
Cell division Practice / Review
Complete each statement.
1. Look at Figure 10-4. The process shown occurs directly following mitosis. This process is called
2. What kinds of problems does growth cause for cells? How does cel
Chapter 7 Assessment
11. Contributions made to the Cell Theory.
Robert Hooke: Published a book, Micrographia, which contains drawings of sections of
cork as seen through one of the first microscopes.
Matthias Schleiden: Concluded that all pla
Chapter 2 Assessment
11. Explain relationships between atoms, elements, and compounds.
An atom is the smallest unit of matter. An element is a pure substance that consists of
only one type of atom. A compound is a substance formed by the chemica
Chapter 50 Objectives
The vocabulary in this chapter have been incorporated into the objectives.
Command and Control Center
The human brain-~100 billion neurons
Each neuron-May communicate with thousands of other neurons
Nervous systems consist of circuits of neurons and supporting cells
All animals except sponges
What distinguishes the nerv
Chapter 39 Control Systems in Plants
Plant responses to signals
Plant responses to light critical for growth, maintanence
Action Spectrum-Spectrum of plant response and absorption spectrum of a pigment
suggest pigment may be acting as p