A model of a DNA (assessment) alternate assignment
In 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick established the structure of DNA. The structure
is a double helix, which is like a twisted ladder. The sides of the ladder are made of
alternating sugar and phospha
The elements of crime is a group of facts that must be proven in order to convict a
person of a specific crime. These facts are: mental state, conduct, concurrence, and causation.
The first feature is mental state, also called Mens rea. This refers to the
5.05 Physical VS
By: Katrina Garcia
The definition of a physical change is a change in size, shape,
color, odor, and texture but not changing the matter
Example of physical changes
Cutting a cake
6.06 Gathering Information
Gathering Information Worksheet: Part One
Title and URL
5.06 Wanda Wire
Resistance Value used _0.2_Ohms
Write a three-part conclusion. Remember to include a discussion of your hypothesis, how yo
04.03 Introduction to the Periodic Table - Worksheet
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04.03 Introduction to the Periodic Table
Before You Begin: You may either copy and paste this document into a word processing program of
5.04 Electrics Fields and Forces
1. What happened to the test charge when brought near another positive charge, and how did you use this
fact to score a goal only using positive charges? Explain for both the practice charg
5.15 Simple DC Circuits
1. What is the unit of measure of current?
The unit of measure of current is amperes.
2. What was the original term for the battery?
The original term for battery was electric cell.
3. Who invented the inca
Food Chain I Food Web Lab
Plants use light energy from the sun to make food. The food is stored in the cells of the plant. Plants are called producers
because they make food. Some of the stored energy in the food plants make
What is an atom?
Atoms are the basic units of matter and the defining structure of elements.
What is matter?
Matter is everything around us. Atoms and molecules are all composed of matter.
Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space.
What are the
04.10 Laboratory Investigation:
Part I: Calculating Density
In order to find the density of a substance you must know the mass (grams) of
the substance and its volume measured in mL or cm. Div
Your presentation must include the following information:
Define physical change:
a. a. At least six examples for each type of chan
05.02 HONORS The Tissues of the Digestive System
Directions: Use information from the lesson to thoroughly answer the following questions.
1. Describe the four layers of the gastrointestinal tract walls.
Serosa The outside layer that releases f
06.01 Excretory System
Directions: Fill-in the blanks on slide 1 (the order is correct). Fill-in the blanks on slide 2 AND put the boxes in the correct order.
osmoreceptor cells detect salt concentration in
05.02 The Digestive System
Directions: Fill-in the blanks in the introduction. Then write journal entries from the perspective of a
fatty acid or sugar molecule describing your trip through the alimentary canal.
Did you know it tak
06.04 HONORS Fertilization to Birth
Directions: Create a graphic organizer (boxes with arrows and such-like a flow chart) to show what
happens during each trimester of pregnancy.
Your graphic organizer must include these items:
4.03 Phytoplankton and Dinoflagellates
Roll your mouse over each of the numbered "push pins" to read additional information about
Phytoplankton and Dinoflagellates
Not all phytoplankton are created equal. As you have learned in assignment 04.02, phytoplan
Comparing and Contrasting Marine Phytoplankton
Name: Avril Hayes
Instructor: Mrs. Addis
Course: Marine Science
Bar Graph for Comparing and Contrasting
1. Read through the information on diatoms and dinoflagellates.
Title: Oil and Water Separation Solution
How can an oil spill be cleaned in the open ocean?
In pouring water and oil together into a bowl, the oil will
separate and acc