1 Introduction: Matter and Measurement
1.1 The Study of Chemistry
Chemistry-The study of matter and the changes it undergoes
Matter- anything that has mass and takes up space
o instrument balance
o Unit gram (g)
o Mass measures the amount of
Baggie Lab Report
Purpose: The purpose of this lab, is to make observations of physical and chemical
Safety Precautions: wear your goggles and apron at all time.
Anatomy & Physiology (Biochemistry)
Atom: subatomic particles
Neutron - Proton
* The Proton & Electron are equal
Ionic Bonds- gains or lose electrons
Covalent Bonds- share electrons
Hydrogen Bond (weak bond)- detach easily
Name: Aleem Mohammad
3810 CTW Hypothesis Worksheet
1. Define the 3 ways a hypothesis can be written and give an example for each.
Question hypothesis: A hypothesis that asks a question to the reader. This type adds bias to the
Ex: Will salt di
Dr. David W. Prince
The first time I recognized that government existed was after 9-11-2001, when I was 4
years old. This started a state of emergency, where the people of the United States were fue
Digestion in the stomach Mr. Herbst: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=L65QkOj6zrY
1. What is peristalsis?
Pushing of food down the esophagus
2. Describe where peristalsis occurs in the
From the throat to the anus
3. In what form does food
Lower Respiratory Tract: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3AzfM_4SLs
Time: 5:02 seconds
1. Where are the lower respiratory organs
found in the body?
2. Identify the 4 items found to be part of
the lower respiratory system.
Digestion in the Duodenum Mr. Herbst: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1_Hzd2m1iM
1. What is the duodenum?
The first part of the small intestine
2. What structure secretes bile?
3. What does the pancreas secrete?
4. What is the pH o
Overview of Digestion Mr. Herbst: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=5e647SrbKQs
1. What is digestion?
2. Why do we digest?
Break down of food particles into small molecules
so they can be absorbed
Because large particles cannot enter cells
3. Proteins are br
The 4 Layers of the Alimentary Canal Mr. Herbst: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSPdLCwfMu8
1. What is the scientific name for your food
2. What organ is present that is NOT part of
the food tube?
3. What is the function of the pancreas?
Biol 2701k Lab Report
Determining the Cause of Blue Baby Syndrome Due To High Levels of Nitrite in Drinking Water
in Gopher Hollow Village
The CDC reported a cluster of blue baby syndrome in a village in which all families drew thei
Cilia are slender, microscopic, hair-like structures or organelles that extend from the surface of
nearly all mammalian cells (multiple or single). They are primordial
The length of a single cilium is 1-10 micrometres and width is less than 1 micrometre.