Chapter 29 quiz:
1. Why are viruses considered nonliving?
They do not contain genetic material.
They are too small.
They cannot reproduce on their own.
They contain more than one cell.
They do not have a nucleus.
Which of the following s
BIOL 202 : REVIEW
Chapter 1 summary:
Science: based on experiences that are rational, testable and repeatable.
Scientific method: there are 5 steps, start by making observations then creating a hypothesis,
testing the prediction, the concludi
Circulation and respiration
Types of blood vessels found in a closed circulatory system
Arteries: carries blood away from the heart
Capillaries: brings blood to close to tissue
Veins: brings blood away from capillaries back towards
General Biology II (101-DCN)
Lab 2 - Chemistry of Carbohydrates, Amino Acids and Proteins
(Part 1 & 2)
Ryan Clarke & Brittney Tse
A - Benedicts Test
Table 1 - Benedicts Test Results
Garlic Extract and Its Effect on Bacteria: It Does Not Only Repel Vampires
Ryan Clarke & Sara Petrillo
Comprehensive Assessment Module General Biology II (101-DCN) Winter 2016
John Abbott College
By discovering natural products that can be combin
1. Some animals are primarily asexual in their reproduction, but have the ability to switch to
sexual reproduction under certain conditions. What adaptive advantage might an animal
that generally reproduces asexually have by also being able to
Do it after.too much intro
Energy is the ability to do work. Can obtain from food or make from sunlight (photosynthesis).
Metabolism is the sum total of all chemical reactions happening in the cells of a living organism.
Phelan Chapter 26 Quiz
The integumentary system provides a number of defense mechanisms against pathogens,
including a nearly impenetrable skin barrier and salivary enzymes like lysozyme. What are four
other mechanisms provided by the integumentary system