1. Use examples from lecture or text to help explain (a) the concepts and (b) the processes of adaptation. (c) Explain at least three reasons why adaptations are not `perfect.' Adaptation: an anatomical structure, physiological process or behavioral
-Public opinion about IVF changed after the first baby born through IVF. -Governmental bans will only force researchers to clone humans in secret. -Replace children who are dead or dying. -Produce children for infertile people. -Clones won't get recessive
This leads to another physics term, potential energy. Potential energy is determined by the height and weight of an object. In fact, the formula for potential energy is P. E. = Weight x Height. So if an object's weight is 10 newtons and the height is 10 m
Create a met mount slide of the letter by putting one drop of water on the center of your
slide, then use the tweezers to place the e in that drop of water.
Place the coverslip on the top of the drop of water by first holding it at a 45 degree angle
Problem: How does mitosis differ in plant and animal cells? How are they similar?
1. Early Prophase
-Cell A- Interphase, carrying on
all functions except cell division.
-Cell B- chrom
Examine and sketch on low and medium power. Don't use the high power objective unless you ask Mr. McBrierty to set it up for you. We don't want any cracked lenses! Clean your slide and coverslip with lens paper and return to Mr. McBrierty. Return all othe
The images are reversed because of the lens. When you see something through a lens, the image gets reversed after the certain point. Looking through the lens is like seeing the object through a mirror. That is why what you see is reversed. Purpose: To exa
Left side of the wall is more advanced
-Some fibers can be unclearly seen.
-Cells A finished mitosis, and are
again in interphase.
- Cell wall has fully developed
and divides cells.
During this lab, I viewed different plant cells g
Table 1: Biotic and Abiotic Interactions H2 O H2O CO2 O2 Soil Grass Grubs Worms Spider Cricket Sunlig ht Clover CO 2 O 2 Soi Gras Grub Worm Spide Crick l s X X X X X X X X X X X s X X X X X X X X X X X X X X s X X X X X r X X X X X X et X X X X X X X X X
Then, the insects that eat other insects will also start to die out.
Also, the roots of the grass hold the soil together wont be there if the grass if taken
This means that the soil will be messy and unable to support life.
As you can see in Table 1
For example, plant cells have a lot larger vacuoles than that of animal cells.
Also, plant cells are mostly water.
Plant cells also have chloroplast, unlike animal cells.
However, animal cells have centrioles.
Though both animal and plant cells have a cel