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Planarians and Regeneration
Body is relatively simple but much more complex than sponges (poriferans) or
Middle tissue layer - mesoderm
Tissues that are organized into organs
Body is bilaterally symmetrical and flat, like tape/ri
4 main types of leukemia:
1. AML (Acute myeloid leukemia)
a. Interesting facts: a fast growing cancer of blood and bone marrow, most common
b. Cure: chemotherapy, radiation therapy, stem cell transplant/immunotherapy
c. Survival rate: 25%
Cell Cycle, Mitosis, and Cancer
As a result of mitosis, each resulting cell receives an exact copy of all the chromosomes present
in the original cell.
The mitochondria, Golgi apparatus, lysosomes and other cell organelles must divide or fragment
Chromosomes and Karyotypes
Sperms and Eggs are gametes.
The Y chromosome evolved from the X chromosome by way of translocations, duplications,
inversions, and deletions
Smallest to largest: Nucleotide, Gene, Chromatid, Chromosome
Female sex chromosome: XX
Nerve Impulse Webquest
Part 1: Neurons
Label the parts of a neuron, and state what each part is
A: Axon Terminal- Where a presynaptic neuron connects
to a postsynaptic neuron at a synapse
B: Myelin Sheath- A membrane covering the axon tha
Case Study: A Can of Bull
After analysis to the energy drink Red Bull it is concluded that the marketing
claims Rhonda presented are true. Caffeine has a stimulating effect on many functions.
It increases blood pressure which means it improves concentrati
Products of Photosynthesis Lab Conclusion
Shantelle Toh - Period 6 - 9/29/16
If light is present, then oxygen is produced because light is required for
photosynthesis and oxygen is an output of light dependent reactions. In the light test
Are Viruses Alive? Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning
Viruses are not alive because they do not have all the properties of life.
The properties of life include cellular organization, reproduction, metabolism,
homeostasis, heredity, responsive
Function of Catalase under Different Temperatures
Purpose In this lab, you will be able to see the catalase reaction, confirm that it
produces oxygen, and test the activity of catalase (an enzyme obtained from yeast) at
varying temperature levels.
Digital photography quantifies plumage variation and salt marsh melanism
among Song Sparrow (Melospiza melodia) subspecies of the San Francisco
Local adaptation is often implicated as a driver of speciation and diversity, but measuring local
Biology H/Period 1
March 2nd, 2016
Are Engineered Foods Evil? Summary
In the article Are Engineered Foods Evil? David H. Freedman explains the irrational
and exasperating fears surrounding genetically modified foods.
Scientific Journal Article Review
Luttrell, Sarah A. M., Sara T. Gonzalez, Bernard Lohr, and Russell Greenberg.
"Digital Photography Quantifies Plumage Variation and Salt Marsh Melanism among Song Sparrow
( Melospiza M
Extra Credit Book Report
The Pandas Thumb by Stephen Jay Gould
Chapters to Read: the pace of change
the pandas thumb + senseless signs of history
an early start
Reading The Pandas Thumb by Stephen Jay Gould
BioH / Period 1
Summary of The World is Fat
We hear many philanthropists striving to end world hunger, but we do not hear many
people saying that they want to end world obesity. What most people do not know is that obesity
January 12, 2016
Summary of How Cancer Arises
Most people do not know that cancer is the name for a group of 100 diseases. The article
How Cancer Arises by Robert A. Weinberg demonstrates that although the types of can
BioH / Period 1
Summary of The Color of Plants on Other Worlds
Most people tend to associate photosynthesis with the color green. After all, most plants
on Earth are green, and the pigment chlorophyll reflects green light.
BIOLOGY H SECOND SEMESTER FINAL EXAM REVIEW 2016
Review from Semester 1
-Nature of science, experimental design, predictions and hypothesis, drawing conclusions, reading graphs and
-Biochemistry types of macromolecules and their building bloc
Bio Finals Study Guide
Unit 1: Life and the Kingdoms -Textbook Sections 1.3, 20-1, 14-1, 19.1
The Nature of Science
The Scientific Method/Process
Characteristics of Living Things
Microscopes (types, parts, magnificati
October 23, 2013
Study Guide 3A-3B
1. Describe the following terms
Neuroplasticity - the plasticness of the brain; the brains ability to relocate connections due to
Synapse - the gap between the axon terminal of one neuron and
November 1, 2013
Beneficial Interactions between Organisms
Many people believe that all animal relationships involve one animal profiting in some
way from the interaction and the other animal either being harmed or not benefitting. However,
Complete the Concept Checks in the textbook as follows: 14.1 (1-2), 14.2 (1-2), 14.3 (1-2), 15.1 (1), 15.2 (1-2), 15.4
(2), and 15.5 (1).
The offspring of pea plants ii and Ii would yield a 1:1 chance of ii of Ii. 2/4 wo
October 28, 2013
AP Biology Test Review Questions: Ecology
1.Describe the six main areas of study within the field of ecology. In your description, include examples
of the type of research each area completes.
a) Organismal Ecology
19 March 2014
AP Psychology: Units 9 and 10 Review Questions
1. Identify the three major issues in developmental psychology.
a. 1. What is the relative impact of genes and experience on development?
b. 2. Is development best described as g
18 March 2014
Chapter 18 - Regulation of Gene Expression Vocab Terms
18.1 Bacteria often respond to environmental change by regulating transcription
Operons: The Basic Concept
Operator - In bacterial DNA, a sequence of nucleotides near the star