Writing a Discussion for a Lab Checklist
Use past tense, third person, impersonal
Say what the theory behind the experiment and how your work demonstrates this theory (make
sure does not become a description of procedure)
Does data support hypothesis?
typed by Mr. Sean
Bird, Covenant Christian High School
updated April 6, 2006
Curve sketching and
Stuff you MUST know Cold
* means topic only on BC
Approx. Methods for Integration
AP Bio G block
Cell Size Lab Conclusion
According to the textbook, prokaryotes are small (less than 10 microns) and have no
membrane bound organelles. Eukaryotes, meanwhile, are larger (10-100 microns) and highly
organized with a distinguisha
Water Potential ()
Water potential () is a measure of waters potential to do work. In order to do
work, an object must be able to apply enough force to another object to cause
displacement. In order for water to displace another object, water must be movi
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Equations Review Warm Up #2
Ms. Ottolini, AP Biology, 2012-2013
1. Determining Rates: In a lab experiment, one enzyme is combined with its
substrate at time O. The product is measured in micrograms at 20-second
intervals and reco
The environment of any organism includes the following components:
Abiotic components: nonliving chemical and physical factors such as temperature, light, water, and nutrients.
Biotic components: all living organisms in the individuals environment.
Fimbriae: surface appendages that allow a bacterium to stick to
A type of intercellular junction in animal cells that prevents the
leakage of material between cells.
Cohesionwhen hydrogen bonds hold substances together
Hydrogen bonding causes water molecules to stay close to each other
Hydrogen bonds are very fragile when water is in liquid form (1/20 strong as covelent bonds)
Form, break, re-form with great frequency
Chapter 13 Guided Reading Assignment
1. Compare and contrast asexual and sexual reproduction.
2. Define the following terms:
a. Life cycle
b. Somatic cell
d. Homologous chromosomes
e. Sex chromosomes
Chapter 12 Guided Reading Assignment
1. Compare and contrast the role of cell division in unicellular and multicellular
2. Define the following terms:
c. Somatic cells
Chapter 10 Guided Reading Assignment
1. Label the diagram below.
2. Explain the experiment reasoning that Van Niel used to understand
3. Use the diagram to label and identify the two broad stages of photosyn
Chapter 9 Guided Reading Assignment
Hint: review the concept check questions these are great quick quiz questions!
1. Define the two catabolic pathways:
b. Cellular respiration
2. Use the following terms cor
Chapter 6 Guided Reading Assignment
1. What is resolving power and why is it important in biology?
2. How does an electron microscope work and what is the difference between a
scanning and transmission electron microscope?
Chapter 53 Community Ecology
Overview: What Is a Community?
A community is defined as an assemblage of species living close enough together for potential
Communities differ in their species richness, the number of species th
Chapter 8 Guided Reading Assignment
1. Contrast the catabolic and anabolic pathways.
2. Define the following terms: these terms and concepts are critical they would be
great quiz words.
b. Kinetic energy
Chapter 5 Guided Reading Assignment
1. Label the diagram below identify a monomer, polymer, condensation reaction,
2. What are the three hexose monosaccharides?
3. What is a glycosidic linkage and what do th
Chapter 4 Guided Reading Assignment
Again, this chapter is a review of previously covered material. We will be moving
through the material very quickly, please see me for extra assistance if needed.
1. Why is organic chemis
Chapter 3 Guided Reading Assignment
This chapter is a review from your previous biology class these concepts are critical
and repeated throughout the year. If you have not covered this material previously or
Chapter 2 Guided Reading Assignment
This chapter is a review of basic chemistry we will be going through this chapter very
quickly. If you have any problems please see me after school for additional help.
1. Contrast the term element wit