COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS - EXAM 3 STUDY GUIDE FALL 2006
Exam Times: Section 1 @ 11:30 on 12/11/06 Section 2 @ 1:45 on 12/11/06
Chapter 7 - CHORDATES WITHOUT A BACKBONE (6th ed. page 148)
Invertebrate Chordates (Hemichordata and Protochordates) (salps. Tun
COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS - - EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE SPRING 2007
CHAPTER 4: FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY Pages 71 - 90
Ingredients of Life
Why is water so important to biological life?
How are the building blocks of life (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, & nucleic acid
COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE
PRINCIPALS OF THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD
The Scientific Method Relies on rational, objective analysis based on observation.
How are hypothesis formulated, based on what?
A valid hypothesis must be _.
COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS EXAM 1
Multiple Choice: Fill in the appropriate RED SCANTRON box for each question.
Make sure your SCANTRON Answer Number agrees with the Question Number! Please
bubble in your name on the front and your 9 digit Student I.
ESTUARIES AND WETLANDS
What affect does passive margin have on an
estuary leads to broad tidally flushed
Active margins lead to intermittently opened
Function of Lagoons
1. wastewater treatment and
decomposition of organic material