What is Science?
The investigation and explanation of the natural (empirical world). All
things in nature are knowable.
Objective pursuit of the truth. Biases?
A method of investigation that is based on observation, hypotheses, and
The Effect of Temperature on the Respiratory Rate (mL O2 Consumed/g/Hour) of Mealworms
Biological Hypothesis An increase in temperature has an impact on the respiratory rate (mL O2
Consumed/g/Hour) of mealworms (T
The Occurrence of Plasmolysis within Riccia Fluitans Plant Cells
Materials and Methods
Tcompound microscope (Setting up Khler Illumination specimen illumination used for
transmitted and reflected light and to stop stray light from coming in) and approve
Laboratory 2: Statistical Analysis of Mealworm Respiration Rate
Table 1: The Mean, SD, SE and the 95% CI of the Respiratory Rates (mL O2
Consumed/g/Hour) of Pupae and Adult Mealworms (Tenebrio Molitor)
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Body Organization and Hierarchy
Vitally important concept for understanding biological systems.
Are characteristics associated with a particular level of organization th
Digestive System Part #2
Digestive System: Digestion and Absorption
To access the stored chemical energy and raw materials in food, the body first must break
that food down into its component parts. This is achieved through digestion, both
What is Science?
The observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical
explanation of phenomena.
A method of learning about the physical universe by applying the principles of the
Pedigree & Gene Mapping
Back to the Chromosomal Theory of Inheritance
Chromosome theory of inheritance
Walter Sutton Columbia University 1902
Theodor Boveri University of Munich 1902
Digestive System: Overview
Supplies nutrients (protein, carbohydrates, fat), amino acids (from protein), nucleic acids
and other cellular components.
Make available to the body (cells) energy stored as chemicals bound in food.
The Effect of Temperature on the Respiratory Rate (mL O2 Consumed/g/Hour) of
Mealworms (Tenebrio Molitor).
An increase in temperature has an impact on the respiratory rate (mL O2 Consumed/g/Hour) of