Dividing cells: Mitosis and Meiosis
Eukaryotic cells consist of two distinct processes called mitosis or nuclear division and meiosis
or cell division. Mitosis is the process where chromosomes duplicate. Meiosis is where two
In the article A Diet and Exercise Plan to Lose Weight and Gain Muscle by Gretchen Reynolds
he talks about how many people have a misconception when it comes to losing weight. Many
people believe that if you eat less than your daily metabolism
Application of the Scientific Method
Many bakers and brewers use CO2 made from yeast to create their products. Others outside of the
professional field also know to use yeast to create products such as breads and beers. The most
Microscope and Viewing Lab
Most cells are too small to be easily seen with the unaided eye, so a light microscope is often
used. Plant and animal cells are both in the eukaryote cells. Plant cells have a distinctive
difference than animal cel
Observation, Description and Presentation of Data
Science is measurable data. Data is gathered to be analyzed to find central tendencies, how likely
something unique will be occur and to differentiate one species from another. Using human
Populations are groups of individuals of the same species. Population is important because it
helps us study other species in the world. This study helps us understand the resources of the
world if they are depleting due to th
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Animals and green plants get their energy in different ways. Animals rely on the green plants for
the well-being of life while plants create their energy by going through photosynthesis.
In the article Water and Climate by the National oceanic and Atmospheric administration
(NOAA) they talk about how the water affects the living organisms on earth and the climate.
Many people believe that water is only a good use for staying hydrate
Enzymes are proteins and speed up reactions based on their three dimensional structure.
Enzymes can be denatured if placed in an extreme temperature or have an extreme pH level
which will change the structure of the enzyme making i
Osmosis is the movement of water through a semi-permeable membrane as occurs in living cells.
The molecules of water move through the membrane from the weakest concentration to the
Potato sticks experiment