Lab Report: Sound in the Sea LabStirring Up Sound
What was the main purpose of the lab?
The main purpose of the lab was to demonstrate how water temperatures can affect the speed of
sound and demonstrate ho
MODULE 2 Review
Plate Tectonics (2.01)
Explain in your own words the Theory of Plate Tectonics
Identify the layers of the earth (core/crust/mantle)
How quickly (how much/how far) do the plates move?
What is subduction?
Identify/Explain causes/results of d
Seasons of Change Activity WorksheetDisappearing
Marine Iguanas Case Study
The colder the weather, the different effect on the iguana due to the
iguanas being used to a warmer climate.
1. Explain how cells specialize to form specific tissue and organs.
Cells specialize to form specific tissue and organs by getting the balance of temperature. They also have
to make sure that these soon to be tissues are exposed to things that would norma
1. How many bones are in the collection? (This number is called the NISP- Number of
Identified Specimens.) There are 18
2. Which of the bones in the collection belong to the axial skeleton? Which belong to the
appendicular skeleton? Skull (3)
3. What is t
What are the
Nuclei? of fibers?
occurs as a result of
the contractions in
muscle? (see page
3 of the
Alter reading this chapter and mending lecture. the student should be able to:
l. Distinguish between autotrophic and heteron'ophic nutrition.
Distinguish betweea photosynthetic amen-ophs and chemosynthctic aututmphs.
Describe the location and structure o
Activity Sheet 1
The Circulatory System Dictagloss
All animals need to transport materials around to the different parts of
their body. This is the job of the circulatory system. The circulatory
system consists of a liquid called blood, a pump called the
Step 1-Light Dependent
CO2 and H2O enter the leaf
Step 2- Light Dependent
Light hits the pigment in the membrane of a thylakoid, splitting the H2O into O2
Step 3- Light Dependent
The electrons move down to enzymes
Step 4-Light Dependent
Sunlight hits the
Name of Compounds Characteristics
Draw an Example
*Is polar (due to
compounds like sugars
Name _ Block _
Genetics Practice Problems: Chi-Square Test & Linked Genes
1. A large ear of corn has a total of 433 grains, including 271 Purple & starchy, 73
Purple & sweet, 63 Yellow & starchy, and 26 Yellow & sweet.
Calculate the chi-squared value for
CHAPTER 2 | The Chemical Context of Life
Matter consists of chemical elements in pure form and in combinations called compounds
Matter is anything that takes up space
Element is a substance that cannot be broken down to other substances by chemical
Chemistry of Carbon
Building Blocks of Life
Why study Carbon?
All of life is built on carbon
~25% carbon compounds
Na, Cl, K
Chemistry of Life
Organic chemistry is the stud
Chapter 2 - 3
Chemistry of Life
Why are we studying chemistry?
Chemistry is the foundation of Biology
Everything is made of matter
Matter is made of atoms
Metabolism & Enzymes
From food webs to the life of a cell
Enzymes work within narrow temperature ranges.
Ectotherms, like snakes, do not use their metabolism
extensively to regulate body temperature. Their body
Part 1: Answer the following questions (20 points)
Name and describe the components needed to make a complete circuit.
1 battery, 1 connecting wire, 1 resistor, 1 voltmeter, 1 ammeter
Compare and contrast a series and parallel circuit. Give at least one
06.05 Mollusks Activity
This class contains
about 70% of the
(Snails, Limpets, and
More commonly called
Answers to sea otter questions:
1. The mission of the program is to study and try to save the threatened sea otters.
2. Don't touch it or try to catch itdoing so is illegal, and sea otters can bite. Keep people and pets
away from the otter. Don't wrap a s
05.03 Continuing With CurrentsActivity
1. Which bottle did you select?
- I selected the Green Bottle.
2. Refer to your plotted points on the map. What are the names of the major surface currents your
- The major surface curren
ALL ABOUT SHARKS ASSIGNMENT 7.10
IN THIS ISSUE
Between 20 and 100
million sharks die
each year due to
Why do sharks attack?
Every year there are
08.09 Activity Global Fisheries
Activity Part 1:
1. Why is the National Marine Fisheries Service an important agency? What is its role?
- The National Marine Fisheries Service is an important agency because it protects many
marine organisms besides fish.