Household Chemistry- Physical and Chemical Changes Investigation
Please inform your parent you will be conducting an investigation before you begin. Discuss any safety
concerns with a parent.
In order to improve your lab report grade, you will be conducti
PhET- Density Activity- Funsheet
Does it Float?
1. In the custom setting, choose the My Object option in the material drop down box.
Set the mass of your o
PhET Gas Law Simulation
If the direct link does not work, use Google, and use the search terms Phet Gas properties.
You can download the program on your home computer if you have
Chemistry Study Guide
Daily Assessment- January 18, 2011
Bellringer: What topic in Chemistry has been the most difficult for you so far?
Benchmark Statement: Final Exam Preparation
Class Assignment: Final Exam Whiteboard Review
Quarter 2 Chemistry Exam-
Daily Assessment-Week A8
Get a white board, a marker, and a small piece of paper towel
Benchmark Statement: As we review try to identify the benchmark statement that would
go with each question.
Class Assignment: Quarter 3 Exam
Practice for Formative Assessment 1 Study Guide
Keep in mind your semester grade is weighted as follows: 40% from first quarter, 40%
second quarter, 20% final grade. Of that 20%, 10% is from the summative assessment and 10%
is from the final taken in Janu
What are algae?
All contain up to 4 kinds of chlorophyll.
Unicellular and multicellular.
3 Types of Unicellular Algae
Plantlike in that most have chlorophyll and photosynthesize.
Lack a cell wall made of cellu
Phases of the Cell Cycle
Interphase and Mitosis
G1: Cell Grows
S: DNA is copied (to produce a diploid #
G2: Cell nucleus prepares to divide
The cell spends 90% of its time in interphase.
Figure of Interphase
What are the basic characteristics of the fungi kingdom?
Most are multicellular composed hyphae and mycelium.
Have cell walls composed of chitin (a carbohydrate)
Hyphae in soil
Structure of Fungi
What role do f
3.4.1 Explain DNA replication in terms of unwinding the double helix and separation of the
strands by helicase, followed by formation of the new complementary strands by DNA
DNA replication is semi-conservative as both of the D
Chapter 18 Section 2
Archaebacteria and Eubacteria
2 Kingdoms of Prokaryotes
Archaebacteria: live in extreme habitats
ex. Cow stomach, ocean
Eubacteria: live almost everywhere else
These bacteria probable arose from a common ancestor bil
Chicago Military Academy Bronzeville
Instructor: Ms. Spee
Introduction: Biology is the study of living organisms. Biology encompasses all aspects of life
(such as intake of nutrients, utilization of energy, growth and development) which are necessary
Practice for Formative Assessment 2
Keep in mind your semester grade is weighted as follows: 40% from first quarter, 40% second
quarter, 20% final grade. Of that 20%, 10% is from the summative assessment and 10% is from the
final taken in January.
1. . Wh
Lab Report Write-Up: 25 Points
Typed 12 point font Times New Roman.
1 inch margins.
What Conditions Does Bread Mold Need to Grow?
Your Name Here
Background Information: 5 Points
In paragraph form you must answer these que
Biology Test: Friday March 30, 2007
Worth 25 points.
Multiple choice and short answer. Approximately 20 questions.
Encompass Chapters 18, 19, 20, 21, and 25.
Are viruses eukaryotic or prokaryotic.
What is nitrogen fixation?
What is the lytic