Module 4-Unit 4-Electron Transport Chain Lab
1. What is the electron transport chain? The electron transport chain is a
series of protein complexes embedded in the mitochondrial membrane
2. What happens to electron, captured from donor molecul
Module 4 Unit 3 -Transition Reaction and Krebs Cycle Lab
1. A glucose molecule has how many carbon atoms? 6 carbons
2. What happens to a glucose molecule in glycolysis? The molecule gets split in half
3. What do we end up with, after glycolysis? We end up
Module 4- Unit 2- Glycolysis and Fermentation
Find the answers to questions 1 28 in your ACE Biology on online lecture.
1. Is oxygen required for glycolysis? glycolysis occurs whether oxygen is present or not
2. Define glycolysis. A series of endothermic
Module 4- unit 1- Introduction to Cellular respiration
1. Define: biological pathway a series of actions among molecules in a cell
that leads to a certain production or change in a cell.
2. What two things do biological pathways promote within cells? Norm
Module 3 Unit 4 Lymphatic and Immune Assignment
1. How many cells in our body are engaged in protection against disease and
cancer? One out of every ten cells in our human body is engaged in protection
against disease and cancer.
2. The lymphatic and immu
Heart Lab (30 pts.)
Go to this website: Cardiac Cycle
Click on NEXT in the box at top left corner of the page.
1. What is the definition of systole? Period of cardiac cy
Module 3 Unit 1 _ Nephron LAB 28 marks
acidotic (adjective) Acidosis (noun) is an increased acidity in blood and other body
tissue (an increased H+ concentration).
afferent arteriole - The blood supply to the nephron.
Aldosterone - A steroid ho
Module 2 Unit 4 Lab: Brain Anatomy
Areas of the Brain Chart
The first box, Cerebellum Location, is done for you, as an example.
The cerebellum is
between the brain stem
and the rear of the
The cerebellum is the
Human Body Organization Assignment
1. What is a tissue?
2. How many primary tissues are there in our human body?
The 4 main types of tissues in the human body
Fill in this chart. The first one, epithelial tissue is done for you.
There is no test for Unit 4_The Endocrine System. This assignment is worth 50 marks. Upload this
assignment to the drop box provided.
Answer these questions, using your online lecture and the videos that you are asked to watch. You ca
Module 2- Homeostasis Assignment
You will find the answers to these questions in the course on line lesson: Module 1 _
1. Define homeostasis.
-The ability of an organism to maintain constant body temperature, fluid
balance, and chemistry in a chang
Module 1-unit 5 assignment
Organic Macro-Molecules and Membranes Assignment
1. What is the most familiar way that atoms and molecules are held together?
2. How does the energy of a covalent bond compare to thermal energ
Module 1 Unit 3 Chemical Element Assignment
Module 1, Unit 1.1 - Energy Assignment - 25 points
1. Why is energy not as tangible (concrete, certain, definite, plainly
knowledgeable) to us as matter?
Energy can be found in many things, and take many forms. Energy
has an ability to c
Chemical Elements Assignment (10 pts.)
Use the Chemical Elements website to complete the chart below. The first one
(Na) has been done for you as an example.
Symbol Name of
Module 1 UNIT 1.1
Why is energy not as tangible a (concrete, certain, definite, plainly
knowledgeable) to us as matter?
Energy is an ability. It comes from different forms that can be converted from on
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Human I-emale Keproauctwe system
Y5 1011 Endometrium
Day 14 Pharyngeal arches
Website #1 Notes
Sex Linked Genes
A particularly important category of genetic linkage has to do with the X and Y sex
chromosomes. These not only carry the genes that determine male and female traits but also
those for some other characteristics as well.
Module 6, Unit 3 Lab (21 pts.)
2 points/question 26 points total
Review: Where is the DNA?
DNA is packaged, in the nucleus of eukaryotic cells, in chromosomes. In
prokaryotic cells chromosomes of DNA are not protected within a nucleus. A
chromosome is a s
Module 6 Unit LAB
1) How do we know that this is the genome of a male?
The 23rd chromosome is an XY chromosome. If this was a female genome then
the 23rd chromosome would be XX.
2) What organism was the first organism to have its genome sequenced? How
Module 5 Unit 4 Assignment, Part III
1) You can think of all living things, great white sharks, pond scum, and
potato plants, as what?
All living things can be thought of as molecules that react with each other.
2) As you put individual organisms together
Module 5 Unit 4 Assignment, Part II (31 pts.)
Part Two: The Carbon Cycle
1. List the 6 major reservoirs for carbon, on Earth.
The six major reservoirs for Carbon on Earth are rocks, the ocean, the
atmosphere, plants, the soil and fossil fuels.
2. Any chan