Meiosis Lab- Chromosomal DNA Movement Through Meiosis
Before Crossing over:
After Crossing Over:
(1) Slime in hand photo-Looks runny when in the beaker, but when I touch the slime its solid.
(2) Slime test result-Highlighter testing- The highlighter is the only thing that dissolved.
(3)Putty test result-Dry Erase Marker testing- The dry erase marker
Experiment 1: Tonicity and the Animal Cell
First Egg: 100% Distilled Water, Second Egg: 100% Corn Syrup, Third Egg: 10% Corn Syrup and 90%
Distilled water, Fourth Egg: Conrol
Experiment #2: Tonicity and the Plant Cell
Taylor Brown-Chemistry of Life Lab Results
Two pictures from the Chemistry of Life Lab 02/05/2017
I found that the only tubes that changed colors were tube 1 and tube 2 meaning that the egg white
solution and the gelatin solution both had protein.
Many things contributed to Anna Garcias cause of death. She had diabetes, sickle-cell
disease, heart disease, and an infectious disease. The definite cause of death was a ischemic
stroke, when brain arteries become blocked and blood flow is re
Effects of Running on Blood Pressure
Carroll Country Career and Technology Center
Blood Pressure is the force exerted on blood vessels by the blood to push it throughout
the body. Two readings are taken for blood pressure: systoli
Justin Furr 1
Client Name: Trisha Knowles
Height: 5 10
Weight: 122 lbs
Trisha is a 19 year old college student, in her sophomore year. She came to the office
with symptoms of sluggishness and fati
Diffusion Lab-Part 1
3. Which dye diffused the fastest?
The blue dye diffused fast than the red dye in this experiment.
4. Does the rate of diffusion correspond with the molecular weight of the dye?
No, the larger molecule diffused faster than the the sma
Heart Lab Conclusion (Shark vs. Human)
One of the most obvious differences between a sharks heart and a humans heart is that
there are only two chambers for sharks, and four for humans. Sharks have a single atria and a
single ventricle, while hum
Career Exploration (Reflection)
This assignment was given to introduce and familiarize me with new and interesting
careers, which can apply to the program. Within the assignments (as there was five), I explored
the education and training required, along w
Reaction Time Lab Report
Purpose: To compare ones reaction time in a stable environment to one with a stressor
Hypothesis: If one listens to loud music, there will be an increase in reaction time because they
will become less focused and more distracted.
1. Foods that have complex carbs would be considered the best energy source for the body. There
are lots of different food choices that can be used for energy, some of these include green
vegetables (broccoli and kale), whole grains (including
4.3.1 Conclusion Questions1. Cholesterol allows for the digestive system to digest fats, through synthesizing of bile acids.
Cholesterol also allows for learning and memory to take place, which would be benefiting the nervous
2. Factors that affec
Congestive Heart Failure 1
Congestive Heart Failure: Analysis on Structural and Functional Impact in the Body Systems.
Biology 211, section 03
Capstone Project Introduction & Bibliography
November 1, 2015
Congestive Heart Failure
Result & Conclusion 1
Capstone Project Congestive Heart Failure: Results & Conclusion Right Verses Left Congestive
Bio 211, section 03
Capstone Project: Result & Conclusion
December 4, 2015
Result & Conclusion 2
Bio 211, section 03
December 11, 2015
Part I: Assess of My Effectiveness as a Team Member
As I assess myself, regarding the effectiveness I had on my fellow team members, I felt I
contributed relatively we
Sexually transmitted diseases
By Zach Johnson
Why I choose STDs
STDs effect 110 million people in the U.S. alone it is not something that should
stay in the 9th grade Health class.
What are STDs
STDs are illnesses that have a high likely hood of bein