Have batteries brands organized and separated.
Label each flashlight with the model of battery you will use that
flashlight to test.
Lay out the flashlights already opened to put batteries in later.
Set batteries into pairs of two. Each AA
Adapted from L. Miriello by S. Sharp
Chapter 48 Guided Reading Assignment
Compare and contrast the central and peripheral nervous systems.
What are the functions of the following:
a. Sensory neurons
c. Motor neurons
'7. Label the diagrams of proteins found in the membrane and state a function on the lines provided:
carrier protein , 9
cell recognition protein
8. Place the appropriat
Chapter 19 Reading Guide
1. What is the determinant in the pattern of gene expression for prokaryotes and eukaryotes?
2. Summarize chromatin packing below (we have done this already, so its ok to be brief if you
Plasma membrane is selectively permeable
Impermeable membrane - membrane though which
nothing can pass
Freely permeable membrane - any substance can pass
Osmosis and Diffusion Practice Name:
1. Based on what you ve learned, in your own words, answer the following questions regarding movement of
materials through a cell membrane.
1. What does semi-permeable mean?
2. What is the net movement of molecules fro
Name: _ Date: _ Period: _
AP Potato Osmosis Data Analysis
1. What caused the mass of the potatoes to change?
2. Draw a picture to represent what was happening to the potato cells in each molar
solution. Include tonicity labels (hypertonic, hypotonic, isot
Cytology: science/study of cells
Light microscopy resolving power~ measure of
TEM ~ electron beam to study cell
ultrastructure (internal anatomy)
SEM ~ electron beam to study cell surfaces
DHS AP BIOLOGY
Chapter 43 Guided Reading
1. Label the diagram below:
2. Contrast the four types of leukocytes (white blood cells).
3. Describe the process of phagocytosis by macrophages.
4. Describe the role of histamine in the inflammat
Ceii Communication Kit for AP Bioiogy Student Guide
1. Did you notice any differences between the atype and (iitype strains? Explain.
2. Did you notice any differences between the isolated cultures and the mixed culture? Explain.
After completing this lab you should be able to:
Compare and contrast prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells,
Prepare wet mount slides of eukaryotic cells,
Identify each cell part and state its function, and
Practice Genetics Problems
Answer all questions on a separate sheet of paper. Show all work. Please be neat if I cant
read it you dont get the points. No work No credit.
1. Two Drosophila with normal wings are crossed. Among 123 progeny, 88 hav
Chapter 18 Reading Guide
1. Explain why viruses require a host cell to reproduce.
2. Label the parts of the various viruses below. Discuss the general structural components of
3. Discuss the general features of viral reproductiv
Chromosome 12: Self-Assembly (Embryology) Reading Questions
What is the main topic that the reading is going to address?
What is preformation and its flaw as an explanation for the development of a human body?
Explain the concept of hom
Adapted from L. Miriello by S. Sharp
Chapter 7 Guided Reading Assignment
What does selective permeability mean and why is that important to cells?
What is an amphipathic molecule?
How is the fluidity of cell membranes mai
Diffusion in Agar Cubes
Is Bigger Better? OR Is Smaller Smarter?
Diffusion is one of the very important processes by which substances such as nutrients, water,
oxygen, and cellular wasted are transported between living
Control Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3
The Effect of Increased Substrate Concentration on the Rate of Reaction With the Enzyme
By Jin Ni
Enzymes are proteins (or RNA molecules) that catalyze chemical reactions by bonding with
a substrate, making an enzyme-substrate com
All living organisms require energy (and/or an energy input) to function
and perform necessary tasks in order to stay alive. Actions such as
assembling polymers, active transport, moving, or reproducing all
require energy. So how do o
Approximately 250 words describing your entire
What is the purpose of this project? Why is it
important? Identify the hypothesis. Explain the
approach taken to complete the project. Explain
the results. Summarize your conclusio
Science Fair Abstract
The purpose of this project is to test whether sports drinks are actually more beneficial to athletes than
a natural beverage, as that is how sports drinks are advertised in the media. It is important to know
exactly what our body co
How does the
effect the Height
of the Plant
The purpose of this project was to discover how the growing method affected
the height of the plant. The hypothesis was if the hydroponics method affects
Future studies could focus on the chemicals in fertilizer and how they affect the growth of
the plants. This could be tested by repeating the same experiment, except changing the IV to
types of fertilizers instead
The purpose of this project was to discover how the growing method affected the height
of the plant. The hypothesis was if the growing method affects the height of the plant, then it
proves that the hydroponic method is t