HST560B: AP World History | Unit 10 | Lesson 4: Treaty of Versailles
Treaty of Versailles
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1. You participated in a Treaty o
HST560B: AP World History | Unit 9 | Lesson 24: Document-Based Question: Motives for Imperialism
Document-Based Question: Motives for Imperialism
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Use Howard Hughes Medical
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Use HHMI Resources to Teach: Biotechnology and Related
AP Biology Study Guide Chapter 11
1. Categorize chemical signals in terms of the proximity of the communicating cells.
a. Paracrine signaling a secreting cell acts on nearby target cells by
discharging molecules of a local regulator (a gr
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HST560B: AP World History | Unit 11 | Lesson 6: Semester Test
Semester Test, Part 2
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Part A: DBQ Essay
1. To complete
HST560B: AP World History | Unit 10 | Lesson 24: Lasting Effects of Imperialism
Lasting Effects of Imperialism
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Before you work on the module quiz, study all the information taught in the previous lessons, review
the practice activities in each lesson, and complete each assessment. Feel free to contact your
instructor if you have any questions
AP Biology A
Rubric: U2L4 Evolution of Populations
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Scientists have found that almost all living organisms have a gene that codes for a protein
called Cytochrome C. This protein is important in releasing energy from food. Scientists study
similarities such as the gene tha
Unit 1- Biochemistry
Hydrogen bond weak bond that arises between a slightly positive hydrogen atom of
one molecule and a slightly negative atom of another molecule (oxygen,
Monomer small molecule that is a subunit of a poly
Problem/Question: If a hair is placed on top of a glass of water, and on top of a glass of!
rubbing alcohol, the hair will behave differently.!
Hypothesis: My hypothesis is that there will be no differe
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1.04 Properties of Water Lab Report
Name: Janis Recio
Title: Surface Tension
Problem/Question: If a hair is placed on top of a glass of water, and on top of a glass of
rubbing alcohol, the hair will behave differently.
Hypothesis: My hypoth
Lab Report for Hands-On and Video Observation Labs
How are cells affected by the movement of water?
(What do you think will happen to the egg after the three days? Be sure to give a reason for
your hypothesis.) My hypothesis for this e
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Objective: Determine if a membrane is permeable to specific substances and how that affects
diffusion and how the concentration of a solution will affect the water potential of a plant cell.
Introduction: Membranes have the ability to reg
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Ch 8 Cellular Respiration Guided Reading
Describe the basic process of cellular respiration using the formula to guide your
What is being oxidized and what is being reduced in this process?
Unit 1: Biochemistry
What are the unique properties of water?
What are monomers and polymer, and how are they formed?
What are the types of polymers, and what are the defining
I will use prior knowledge of chromosomes, to
determine the events that take place during Meiosis
So how do gamete cells end up with ha
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that was formally identified by JeanMartin Charcot in 1868; however, the first recorded appearance of the disease
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