Quart 1 Exam
Do vrs. BOD
Relative weights of nine water quality tests
Source of oxygen in water
Importance of oxygen in water
Factors affecting oxygen concentrations in water
When put paper on stopper
All test procedures
The Effect of Molasses Concentration on
Carbon Dioxide Production
Purpose: To determine the effect of various molasses concentrations on the carbon dioxide
produced by yeast during fermentation.
6 large test tubes
6 small test tubes that fit in
Fermentation Lab Report Score Sheet
Items stapled together and in the correct order.1
No Common Mistakes made.2
Report written in past tense.1
EDD elements included
Title (included IV and DV; capitalization correct).1
X axis correctly labeled, including units.1
Y axis correctly labeled, including units.1
X axis correctly subdivided into scale.1
Y axis correctly subdivide
Second Law of Thermodynamics - The Laws of Heat Power
The Second Law of Thermodynamics is one of three Laws of
Thermodynamics. The term "thermodynamics" comes from two root
words: "thermo," meaning heat, and "dynamic," meaning power. Thus,
the Laws of The
Parts of a Summary
The Summary answers the following questions in paragraph format. The questions
themselves are not restated and are not numbered. The answers may be in any order;
however, this format is the most standard.
1. What was the purpose of the
PHOTOSYNTHESIS TEST STUDY GUIDE
Discuss and describe the function/role of the following molecules in photosynthesis:
Discuss differences in the energy stored in CO2, H2O and glucose.
a rhizome is a characteristically horizontal stem of a plant that is usually found underground,
often sending out roots and shoots from its nodes. Rhizomes may also be referred to as creeping
rootstalks or rootstocks.
A stolon is similar to a rhizome, but
All steps in logical order. 2
Written for one level of the independent variable. 1
Repetitions for repeated trials.1
Repetitions for additional levels of the IV.1
Additional criteria for complex ex
Spec 20 Lab Report
By: Deepika Mukhara
Dr. Del Cerro 2nd period
In purpose of this experiment is to compare the absorbance peaks spinach leaves when it
is exposed to different lights. In this experiment, we used increments of wavelengt
Title, capitalized correctly, IV and DV included
Label, located correctly
Label, correctly located
Study guide for test
Dissolved Oxygen (DO)- animals depend on it for respiration
BOD (biological oxygen content) this detects oxygen consumption by microorganisms.
*atmosphere is the source of oxygen in the water
*oxygen is a key component
Fermentation Lab Report Instructions
Staple together the following items in the following order:
1. Title page.
The Title is: Fermenatation Lab Report.
Include your name and class name. Your name should not appear within the
fermentation lab report itself
For PowerPoint due Thursday 11/18
Um. idk how may slides this is gunna take up.
*Radiolarians are distinguished by
1.) The separation of their soft anatomy into the central capsule, which contain endoplasm,
Ground Rules of Metabolism
What is energy?
Conversion of potential energy to
kinetic energy and back again
Leaf Cross Section
upper leaf surface
(see next slide)
Cutaway section of leaf
stacked part of
Carbon, Carbon in the Sky-Are You Swinging Low and High?
A. Coniferous trees are the premier producers of the great northern forests.
1. They take in large amounts of carbon dioxide during
2. Carbon dioxide levels in the at
Animalcules and Cells Fill'd with Juices
A. Early observations revealed an unseen world:
1. Galileo saw the facets of an insect's eyes.
2. Robert Hooke saw small compartments in cork, which he named
3. Van Leeuwenhoek observed sever
Cardboard Atoms and Bent-Wire Bonds
A. Johann Friedrich Miescher discovered nucleic acids in 1868.
B. Linus Pauling discovered the helical structure of proteins in 1951.
C. In 1953, Watson and Crick discovered the structure of the master
Crepes for Breakfast, Pancake Ice for Dessert
A. At a glance, Antarctica is a barren continent of mostly ice and extremes of
B. But it also is home to unique wildlife and it is fragile.
C. The nations of the world have finally come t
Does a Cactus Grow in Brooklyn?
A. Unrelated species in distant regions often show striking similarities.
B. The distribution of species is related to climate, topography, and species
C. Biosphere Defined
1. Biosphere = earth
DV paper 4
Spec lab 20 lab
due graph and
Navya Kambalapally, Deepika Mukhara, Liesl Jaeger
IBET Dr. Del Cerro (Period 2)
DV Paper on Heart Rate of Daphnia
The heart rate of daphnia is used in many examples of scientific research. The daphnias
heart rate can fluctuate based on variables
difference between the DO and BOD tests
source of oxygen in water
role of oxygen
general kit procedures: oxygen, pH, nitrate, phosphate, temperature, coliform
missing tests on WQI form
importance of turbidity