THE SGIENCE OF BIOLOGY
1. What is the deflnition of "biology"?
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SEXUAL REPRODUCTION AND MEIOSIS
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HOW CELLS DIVIDE
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energy used by life originally arrives at Earth in the form
2. Write a chemical equation for photosynthesis, using chemicalformulas. Write the names of the com
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1. Label the parts of this fluid mosaic model.
2. ls the above image from an animal cellor a plant
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THE CHEMICAL BUILDING BLOCKS OF LIFE
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ic particles and the way the electrons are arranged in shells.
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THE PROPERTIES OF WATER
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1. State the three parts of the Cell Theory'
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GENES WITHIN POPULATIONS
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1. Define allele frequency.
2. Define genotype frequency.
3. List 5 assumptions for maintaining a constant allele frequency from one generation to the next.
INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB
Blood, Whys it
Transports oxygen, nutrients, and
nitrogenous wastes throughout the
Protection from foreign organisms vie
Regulation of water content,
Anatomy and Physiology II Lab
INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB (BSC
RED BLOOD CELLS
Normal RBC count
Females ~ 3.90-5.03 million cells/L
Males ~4.32-5.72 million cells/L
AKA Packed Cell Volume (PCV)
Normal % of RBCs in bloo
BSC2010 UNIT 4 TEST
1. Which of the following is a true statement about sexual vs. asexual reproduction?
B. sexual reproduction, individuals transmit half of their nuclear genes to each of their offspring.
2. A given organism has 46 chromosomes in its kar
BSC2010 Study Guide
Chapter 7: Energy and Metabolism
Autotroph and heterotroph
o Autotroph produce own organic molecules (photosynthesis)
o Heterotroph eat organic compounds produced by other organisms
Cellular respiration equation Aerobic, exergonic (ene
BSC2010: General Biology 1
March 25, 2016
1. In bacterial cell division, the cell divides into two nearly equal halves. This process is referred to as:
E. binary fission
2. Eukaryotic chrom
BSC2010 Unit 2 Test
1. Small cells function more effectively, because as cells become larger their surface area to
2. The total of all chemical reactions carried out by a living organism is called:
3. Active site o
BSC2010 Chp. 6 Study Guide
Thermodynamics branch of chemistry concerned with energy changes, study flow or
transfers, cells governed by laws of chemistry and physics
Energy capacity to do work
Potential Energy stored energy, matter possesses because of lo
BSC2010 Unit 1 Test
1. unchanged variable called _.
2. Scientific theory is:
C. Concept that is supported by experimental evidence that explains the facts in an area of
3. Common life characteristic?
4. Suggested explanation that
BSC 2010 Chapter 11 Study Guide
Sexual Reproduction and Meiosis
What is meiosis used for?
Meiosis I and II:
if we are dealing with homologous pairs of chromosomes o
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The Greatest Species
Giant sequoia are the largest individual organisms
that have ever existed on Earth.
The Diversity of Life
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A motorcycle accident results in severe head injuries to a young man.
Organs and Organ
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Where Did We
Should public school students be taught about alternative hypotheses to evolution?
What Is Evolution? 170
The Process of Evolution
The Theory of Evolu
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Can Science Cure
the Common Cold?
Another cold! What can I do?
The Nature of Hypotheses
What Statistical Tests Can Tell Us
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Bad Science, and
Can dead humans come back as zombies?
A Definition of Life 32
The Properties of
The Structure of Water
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The rufus red knot traverses an incredible 18,000 miles
during its yearly migration.
The Sixth Extinction 256
Saving Species 273
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An Evolving Enemy
A man captured crossing the Mexico/Texas border in 2012 was carrying
an almost untreatable strain of an infectious disease.
Return of a Killer 202
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Are You Only as
Smart as Your Genes?
Can a woman create the perfect child if she chooses the right sperm?
of Traits 102
Genes and Chromosomes