Levels of Organization
of Living Things
What is the largest level of
What makes up a biosphere?
What makes up a biome?
What makes up a ecosystem?
What makes up a community?
What makes up a what makes up
Tree = Organism
Test 3 Review- AP
1. Describe prokaryotic cells. How can bacteria acquire new genes?
Single celled organisms that do not have a nucleus or any membrane bound organelles.
They do contain ribosomes since they are not bound by a membrane. They contain cytopl
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Notes: Nutrient Absorption
Food is broken down _ and _.
Starts in the mouth.
Esophagus muscles _ and
_ (peristalsis) to
In the stomach, the food is _ and
more _ break the food down.
In the intestines, food _ to break dow
1. What are the two objectives of this lab?
Investigate the processes of osmosis and diffusion in a model of a membrane system
Investigate the effect of solute concentration on water potential as it relates to living plant tissues
2. How many different so
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Functions of the male
Sperm production in the testes
is controlled by hormones.
Functions of the female
Eggs mature and are released
according to hormonal cyc
There should be a balanced diet
consisting of all the food groups.
However, you should limit calories
and eat foods that have healthy
fats. You should eat the same
amount of carbohydrates at each
meal and snack.
Type 2 Diabetes is also called noninsulin d
Does Genetically Modified
Contain More Cost Then
FDA declares GMOOs no
The agency is not aware of any
information showing that foods
derived by these new methods
differ from other foods in any
meaningful or uniform way.
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Enzyme Lab (Enzyme Concentration)
Enzymes are catalytic proteins, meaning they speed up chemical reactions without being used up or altered
permanently in the process. A
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Notes - Homeostasis
Review from last time: Which systems carry out nutrient absorption?
What is homeostasis
Conditions in the body must remain within a
_. Homeostasis keeps the body within
Activity 3.2.2: The Genetic Code
In the previous activity, you learned how DNA encodes the instructions for creating
proteins. You also learned about the basics of the process of protein synthesis. In
this activity you will apply your knowled
For Your Daily Protein Needs!
TO TRANSLATE YOUR mRNA
1. Translate encoded information from the cell's
nucteus provided bg the miQNfi
2. Link together mine acids selected and collected
from the Ct toplasm bg tRNPi
3. Export tile pol