Preparation Worksheet for Ch. 18.1 18.6 (Evolution of Animals)
1. List six key features that all animals share (Ch. 18.1)
all animals are heterotrophic, multicellular, they actively move, sexually reproduce, and have
unique tissues, they are also diverse
Preparation Worksheet for Ch. 4.9 4.11
1. If the number of solutes is greater in one area of a solution than in another, such as
more sugar dissolved in the bottom half of a glass of iced tea than in the top half, the
difference is described as a concentr
Concepts Study Guide for Chapters 4, 5.6, 10, and 13
Who was the first to describe cells and in what year? What sort of tissue was he observing?
What are the three principles (postulates) of modern cell theory?
Concepts Study Guide for Chapters 1, 20, 19, and parts of 22
What are the basic properties that define a living organism? List the 5 basic properties:
Cellular organization, metabolism, homeostasis, growth/reproduction, here
Cellular basis: All living things are composed of cells; they are the basis of life
Reproducible: To produce a counterpart, image, or copy of. To generate
sexual or asexual means.
Concepts Study Guide for Chapters 14, 15, and 18
What is meant by the term evolution? What are two basic questions addressed by
evolutionary theory (see Ch. 14 PowerPoint)?
Evolution is the theory of developmen
Preparation Worksheet for Ch. 19.1 19.5
1. What is the difference between a population and a community?
Population is one kind of species that interbreed with each other and use the same resources in
the same habitat. Where a community is a mix of species
Preparation Worksheet for Ch. 13.1 13.4 (Genetic Engineering)
1. Define the following terms: nucleotide, base-pair, genome
Nucleotide: a single unit of nucleic acid composed of a phosphate, a five carbon sugar, and a
purine or a pyrimidine.
Preparation Worksheet for Ch. 4.1 - 4.8
1. What is the difference between the terms magnification and resolution as they are
Resolution is the minimum distance between two points where they can be distinguished.
Magnification is the pr
Preparation Worksheet for Ch. 22.1, 22.4, 22.6-22.9
1. Define the term biological magnification (Ch. 22.1)
When chlorinated hydrocarbon molecules accumulate in animal fat tissue so as it passed
through a food they become increasingly concentrated.
Preparation Worksheet for Ch. 20.1 20.5
1. What does an ecosystem include that a habitat does not?
A habitat is the soil, the water, and other components that make up and are where animals live.
Where an ecosystem includes that plus other parts such as ar
Preparation Worksheet for Ch. 10.3 10.7
1. Use the following terms to fill in the blanks in the paragraph below: phenotype, alleles,
Locus, heterozygous, recessive, homozygous, dominant.
Mendels heritable factors, in modern terminology, are call