% Uncertainty - An estimate of expected accuracy in a measurement
OR the maximum range between the measured value and the true
% Difference - The range between values in a SET of a numbers
The degree of consistency in a set o
Unit 2 Study Guide AP Bio
Integral proteins go through hydrophobic part
Peripheral= not in but near/touching membrane
Water goes from hypotonic (less solute) to hypertonic (more solute) b/c of osmosis
-LOW TO HIGH = osmosis HIGH TO LOW =diffusio
Chapter Objectives for Exam #9 (Ch. 50,52,53,54)
Chapter 50 Objectives
The Scope of Ecology
1. Define ecology and identify the two features of organisms that ecologists try to explain.
Discuss examples of experiments that examine these features.
Study Guide Unit 3 AP Bio
6-Carbon sugar (glucose) broken down into 2 3-carbon subgars -> oxidized to become 2 molecules of pyruvates ->
released as 6CO2 at the end
-Glycolysis produces 2 ATP
-Acetyl CoA (sometimes 2 ATP)
General Instructions for Chapter Objectives
Okay, here goes:
Ive put all of the Chapter Objectives into the Digital Locker here in School Loop. Theyre grouped
into nice little folders that all have the due date in the title. Inside each folder, there are
1. During an investigation of a freshwater lake, an AP Biology student discovers a previously
unknown microscopic organism. Further study shows that the unicellular organism is eukaryotic.
(a) Identify FOUR organelles that should be present in the eukaryo
Chapter Objectives for Exam #8 (Ch. 40,41,42,44,45,46,47,48,49)
Chapter 40 Objectives
Functional Animal Anatomy: An Overview
1. Distinguish between long-term adaptations and short-term physiological responses and list
examples of each.
2. Define bioenerge
Chapter Objectives for Exam #7 (Ch. 27,28,30,31,35,36,37,38,39)
Chapter 27 Objectives
The World of Prokaryotes
1. Describe the many unique characteristics of prokaryotes. Explain why it might be said that
prokaryotes are the most successful organisms ever
Chapter Objectives for Exam #6 (Ch. 22,23,24,25,26,43)
Chapter 22 Objectives
The Historical Context for Evolutionary Theory
1. State the two major points that Charles Darwin made in The Origin of Species concerning
2. Compare and contrast P
Chapter Objectives for Exam #5 (Ch. 16,17,18,19,20)
Chapter 16 Objectives
DNA as the Genetic Material
1. Explain why researchers originally thought protein was the genetic material.
2. Summarize the experiments performed by the following scientists that p
Chapter Objectives for Exam #4 (Ch. 13,14,15)
Chapter 13 Objectives
An Introduction to Heredity
1. Explain why organisms reproduce only their own kind and why offspring more closely
resemble their parents than unrelated individuals of the same species.
Chapter Objectives for Exam #3 (Ch. 9,10)
Chapter 9 Objectives
Principles of Energy Harvest
1. Distinguish between fermentation and cellular respiration.
2. Describe the summary equation for cellular respiration. Also note the specific chemical
Chapter Objectives for Exam #2. (Ch. 7,8,12)
Chapter 7 Objectives
How We Study Cells
1. Distinguish between magnification and resolving power.
2. Describe the principles, advantages, and limitations of the light microscope, transmission
Chapters 1,2,3,4,5,6 Chapter Objectives for Exam #1.
Chapter 1: Themes in the Study of Life
Introduction: Themes in the Study of Life
1. Briefly describe the unifying themes that pervade the biological sciences.
Exploring Life on its Many Levels