To simplify, rearrange or distort an image; a nonrepresentational form of art.
The philosophy or study of the nature of beauty, the value of
the arts and the inquiry processes and human responses
Fullerton Physical Geography
Extra Credit Field Project Report: 30 points
Due: May 23
Field Trip report: Take a trip to a science museum, science education center or rock and mineral
1) Take a camera and photograph yourself 3 times at the
Physical Geography Freeman
Bolsa Chica Field Project
Due: April 25, 2016
Field Location: Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve is open sunrise to sunset. Parking at the Bolsa
Chica wetlands interpretive center (open 9-4, seven days a week), 3842 Warner Av
Name: Pd. Date:
Earth: The Biography - Volcanoes
While watching the documentary Earth: The Biography - Volcanoes, answer the follow
1 How long has the Ethiopian volcano been
2 What does the molten lava lake appear to
Watch the video Earth: The Biography - Ice and answer the questions as they come up.
What is the major difference between the ice that Dr.
Stewart is climbing and the ice that is close by?
Do avalanches play a large part in shaping
Name _ DATE _
Go to the second bozemanscience video at
Watch the video and answer the questions below. You can turn on the close
captioning (cc) to understand the terms used in the video more clea
Enzyme Kinetics using UV Spectrophotometer
Objective: Enzymes play an important role in the metabolic processes that occur inside the cell.
In most of the enzyme-catalyzed reactions, the rate at which substrates are converted to products
is affected by se
Using Compound Light Microscope
Objective: To observe how paramecium, Allium root tip and specimens of rod-shaped bacteria
look under the magnifying lenses of the compound light microscope. A comparison of the shape
and size of cells will be made through
BIOL101H: Honors General Biology
Dr. C. Young
Lecture/Discussion: MW 1030-1220, Room 1246
Lab: F 900-1150, Room 429
Office hours: M 830-1000, T 130-230, W 830-1000, R 130-230, Room 411-17
1 Food provides the raw materials for growth and the fuel to make it happen.
22.1 22.2 22.3 Why do organisms need food? Whats on the menu? Organisms have a variety of diets. Calories count: organisms need sufficient energy.
2 Nutrients are grouped into si
Cytoskeleton is composed of proteins that makes the fiber: 1.Microfilaments(G-actin)-smallest of all that is composed with 2 coils of ATP attached G-actin at + end and end that breaks off of hydrolyzed ADP G-actin, especially concentrated in between layer