Sample test Ch. 2
Name: _(1 pt.)
v = vi + at
v 2 = vi2 + 2ax
x = vi t + at 2
g = 9.8 m s 2
For each term listed below, match the appropriate definition or explanation from the list
on the right. Write the matching letter in the space provided. (3 pts.
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Lab Format 2016-2017
General Lab Book Format
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AP BIOLOGY LAB REPORT FORMAT 2013
c) Lab partners
g) Background information
h) Methods and Materials
1. General Tips
Be Concise. In scientific writ
Table of Contents
PCR Amplification of a Segment of Bacteriophage Lambda DNA
Illustration of the Polymerase Chain Reaction.3
Important Laboratory Practices.5
Setting up Lambda PCR Reactions
Alu PV92 PCR
Table of Contents
Ah, Lou! There Really are Differences Between Us!
The Polymerase Chain Reaction.3
Laboratory Exercise: DNA Extraction.4
Important Laboratory Practices.4
DNA Preparation Using a Saline Mouthwash.5
Lab Key Transformation
Transformation of E. coli
If E. coli takes up the plasmid, and
transformation occurs then(brief description
of the expected results for all
Chapters 1 & 2 Study Guide
The test is a timed 50-minute test. Additional time will not be provided. Do not be tardy.
SI Base units
Sig Figs, count, identify, add, subtract, multiply, divide
Atoms, Isotopes, Ions and Subatomic Particles
An atom is made up of protons (+ charge) and neutrons (0 charge) which are in the nucleus, and electrons (- charge) which are found
outside the nucleus. These 3 particles are called subatomic particl
Chemistry Honors Study Guide
Chapters 3 & 4
Law of Constant Composition
Law of Conservation of Matter
Daltons Atomic theory
Thomson, Faraday, Millikan, Rutherford
Isotope and Isoto
Study Tips for AP Biology
The following was adapted from "Study Tips for Chemistry Students", C.A. Liberko,
There are many variables that will impact the degree of success you have in AP Biology.
The most obvious one is that
Animal Behavior/ Pill Bug Lab
Brief description of experiment and results.
Must be a testable hypothesis containing the
dependent and independent variab
Chemistry Honors Practice Problems
Wavelength, Frequency and Energy
Solve the following problems using equations provided in Ch. 4. Express your final answer with the proper number of significant figures.
Convert all wavelengths into nanometers and show w
STANDARD DEVIATION: Eight samples of pond water were taken from the same pond. However, not all
readings were the same. The researcher would like to know if his readings are because his probe is
Significant Figures Practice Problems
Identify the number of significant digits in each of the following measurements. Write the number in the space
1. 520 mL
5. 10.002 ns
2. 0.0102 ms
6. 0.451 Pa
3. 0.230 kg
General Notes Notebook Format 2016
Page 1 is your title page, and must include, course title, Chem. H. ID, period, instructors name.
Page 1 must include a hand drawn picture.
All pages must be numbered on the top outside corner of each pa
Time Line Bio AP
Materials: strip of cashiers tape,
metric ruler, color pencils,
markers, pictures, stickers,
1 meter = 1 billion years
Origin of earth
Eons, Eras, Epochs, Periods