Chemical Elements Assignment (10 pts.)
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Endocrine Assignment (50 pts.)
1. What is an exocrine gland? Include two examples in your
Exocrine gland is the gland that secretes substances through
The salivary glands
The bile duct of the liver.
2. What is an endocrine gland?
Cell Assignment (30 pts.)
Short Answer Questions
List the 3 rules of the Cell Theory and the 2 exceptions (5 points)
Cells are the unit of structutre of all living things.
Cells are the unit function of living things and they carry out life
Introduction to Cellular Respiration Assignment (65 pts.)
Find the answers to these questions in your ACE Biology online lecture.
1. Define: biological pathway
Biological pathway are molecules working together within cells.
2. What two things do biologica
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ENVIRONMENTAL ASSIGNMENT PART 1
MODULE 5 UNIT 4 Assignment 1 - 16 marks
1. Define these terms:
a. Biogeochemical Cycle
It is how chemicals move from living to nonliving things
and back again.
It is the outer part of the earth. It consists o
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All organisms and their non-living environment in a defined area is a
d. biogeochemical cycle
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Organic Macro-Molecules and Membranes Assignment (38
1. What is the most familiar way that atoms and molecules are held together?
Atoms and molecules are held together by covalent bond.
2. How does the energy of a covalent bond
M i l e s t o n e 1 3 | A2.3
O A L C F | Milestones
Task A Response Sheet
Learner name: AREEBA SIDDIQUI
Answer the questions below by referring to the website pages. You do not
need to write your answers in complete sentences.
QUESTIONS. Use the video to answer these questions.
1. Blood enters the glomerulus through what blood vessel?
The afferent atrial
2. Blood exits the glomerulus through what blood vessel?
The efferent atrial
3. After flowing through the glomerulus, blood g
Environmental Assignment, Part 3 (21 pts.)
Watch the Video again and use the Transcript (below the questions), to help you answer these
1. You can think of all living things, great white sharks, pond scum, and
potato plants, as what?
Environmental Assignment Part 2
1. List the 6 major reservoirs for carbon, on Earth.
The six major reservoirs for carbon on earth are rocks, the oceans, the
atmosphere, plants, the soil and fossil fuels.
2. Any change in the carbon cycle that shifts carbo
Test on human respiratory system
To send and receive gases, our respiratory system depends primarily upon the
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Human Body Organization Assignment (15 pts.)
Go to this website: Carols Classroom
1. What is a tissue?
The basic unit of life is the cell and the cells of complex organisms
are organized into tissue
Energy Assignment (30 pts.)
Module 1, Unit 1.1 - Energy Assignment - 30 points
Why is energy not as tangible (concrete, certain, definite, plainly
knowledgeable) to us as matter? (2 marks)
1. We cannot touch energy. Energy is not as tangible because energ
Heart LAB 30 points
1. Our human heart is a muscle. It is about the size of your what?
It is about the size of your fist.
2. Our human heart is located behind and to the left of our what?
It is located behind and to the left of our breast bone or sternum.
Find the answers to questions 1 28 in your ACE Biology on online lecture.
1. Is oxygen required for glycolysis?
Oxygen is not required for glycolysis.
2. Define glycolysis.
Glycolysis is the first set of chemical reactions for both cellular respiration an
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Hello. On this page is a set of "typical" genetics questions that are
best answered using a punnett square. It would be handy for you to
have a pencil & some paper to work out the problems, & then
Lymphatic and Immune Assignment (67 pts.)
Find the answers to these questions in your online lecture and in Watch this
video. There is one mark/point for each question, unless otherwise indicated.
1. How many cells in our body are engaged in protection ag
DNA Lab (21 pts.)
1. How do we know that this is the genome of a male?
This is a genome of a male because it has XY chromosome pair instead
of an XX chromosomes pair which females have.
2. What organism was the first organism to have its genome sequenced?
Electron Transport Chain Lab (66 pts.)
Answer these questions. You will find the answers in the video.
1. What is the electron transport chain?
The electron transport chain is a series of protein complexes embedded in the
2. What h
Homeostasis Assignment (15 pts.)
1. Define homeostasis.
The ability of an organism to maintain constant body temperature, fluid
balance, and chemistry in a changing exterior environment.
2. Give an example of dynamic equilibrium.
An example of dynamic equ
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Most of the energy in a glucose molecule is in the _ atoms and is picked up by
a. carbon; water
b. carbon; carbon dioxide
c. oxygen; water
d. hydrogen; NAD and FAD
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6CO2 + 6H2O + energy from light -> 6O2 + C6H12O6 Answer 2
CH4 + 2O2 -> CO2 + 2H2O + light and heat energy Answer 3
C6H12O6 + 6O2 - - - - > ATP energy + 6CO2 + 6
OK. So today we're going to spend a little bit of time on some elementary chemistry just to
develop our language that we use with one another. And so when I say hydrogen bond, you don't
stare blankly at me and scratch your heads. Many of you have had this
BRAIN LAB (57 points)
Go to this website: http:/www.cbc.ca/news2/interactives/brain/
Describe the location
Frontal lobe can be
Frontal lobe main
of the frontal lobe
The frontal lobe is the
Its main function
Module 4 Unit 3 LAB
Use the video to answer these questions. (32 points)
1. A glucose molecule has how many carbon atoms?
A glucose molecule has 6 carbon atoms.
2. What happens to a glucose molecule in glycolysis?
Glucose molecule splits in half by glycol