Biology Second Semester Final Exam Review
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Topics include: Cell Division; DNA replication and Protein Synthesis; Genetics; Evolution and Ecology
2016 Economic Development: Geography
As the economies of nations develop, different sectors of the economy rise to prevalence in different
stages of development. Early economic development focuses on the agricultural sector with farming and a
Observing the Cardiovascular System Blood and Blood Vessels
In this lab you will investigate tissues of the cardiovascular system. The cardiovascular system is an internal transport system
for the body. It is responsible for delivering oxygen and nutrient
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DNA and Mitosis Exam Review
Complete this Exam Review for 10 Points Extra Credit on the exam. Submit into Schoology
Note: This is just a guideline. Any and all material covered in the chapters, in class and in the labs can be on
Gas Exchange at a
By Holly2 and Aaron
O2 and CO2 in Blood
Oxygen is carried by hemoglobin.
Dissolved in the plasma.
Process of delivering O2 to cells
and carrying away CO2.
gas exchange in lungs
circulation of ga
Part 1) How are Crops Grown?
A. Read and view some of the information on BBCs Plant Earth Crop Growing:
List 5 facts that surprised you:
B. Read and
Have you ever wondered whats in the food you eat? Why is it important to eat a
balanced diet? Do you ever wonder how the latest food crazes, like the Paleo Diet might
affect your body? Now that you know something about macromolecules,
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JAWS AND TEETH
Background: Mammals have evolved a variety of teeth and jaws from their reptilian
ancestors. Reptile teeth tend to be very primitive and are used either for grabbing and
slashing (alligators) or grabbing and swallowing (he
Advanced Biology Spring Final Exam Review 2016
Multiple Choice: You will have 175 of these questions on the final exam.
1. The nitrogenous bases in DNA are held together by
The backbone of D
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Bacteria Notes and Understanding :)
In class, we have seen that the first organisms arose out of the Primordial Soup about 3.5 billion years
ago. These organisms were called prokaryotes. A prokaryote is the most basic cell type and does n
I. Permeability of a cell membrane:
The purpose of this lab is to see what can be let in or out of a membrane through diffusion. My
hypothesis was that the glucose will move from the beaker into the iodine bag because it is a
I. Lab: Energy Stored In Food
The purpose or reason why we did this lab is to find the heat energy from burning the
food. Different foods give off different amounts of heat energy. This lab is to help us
understand what types of food give off
I. Separation of Plant Pigments using Chromatograms
In this lab we separated mixtures into their component parts. We separated spinach
pigments using chromatography paper that is quick and efficient. Our solute was three
layers of mashed s
I. Why Are Cells So Small?
The purpose of this lab is to figure out why cells are so small. Why are human beings made of
trillions of cells instead of just a handful of organs and tissues. This is found out by studying di
I. Osmosis Lab: Potatoes and Elodea
In this lab we interpreted results of how the potato cells reacted to different salt
environments (hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic). In the Plasmolysis part of the lab we looked at the
Euglena Lab Part 1:
Many things went wrong with the first lab with Euglena so this time we decided as a
class to set up the experiment differently.
What's Right and What's Wrong?
In the first lab we had several troubles with receiving correct d
Factors Affecting The Shape of The Active Site
I think that the heat will break the bonds between the R groups of the Enzyme because then the
molecular motion is way to fast and the shaking will break the bonds. The acids and bases will
I. Drugs and Daphnia- The Effect of Various Compounds on the Heart Rate of Daphnia
In this lab we studied the effects that certain compounds had on the Heart Rate of
Daphnia, "Water Fleas" (similar to crustaceans). We used Daphnia because the
I. Enzyme Lab 1
The purpose of this lab is to explore how enzymes break down chemical bonds. The
enzyme matches the shape of the molecule and it latches onto it. Then a twitch happens and the
molecule is broken down. Specifically in this lab
How Are Blood Vessels Structured?
I could tell when systole was occurring and when diastole was occurring for several
reasons in the fishes tail. First, systole was occurring when the blood surged through the arteries and
moved forward. The di