Understanding Evolution: Homology and Analogy
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1. In the image, circle the pair that represents a hom
Parts Of An Atom
An atom is made up of protons and neutrons, which are in the nucleus, and electrons which are in the electron
cloud surrounding the nucleus.
The atomic number equals the number of protons. The electrons in a neutral atom equal t
ENZYMES AT WORK
1. An important cause of the deterioration in flavor, texture, and vitamin content of frozen fruits
and vegetables during storage is the action of hydrolytic enzymes released from the
vacuoles of the cells
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Complete this worksheet after you have finished reading Chapter 4, Section 1.
The table below contains a number of statements conn
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Chemistry: Scientific Notation
Part A: Express each of the following in standard form.
1. 5.2 x 10
2. 9.65 x 10
3. 8.5 x 10
4. 2.71 x 10
5. 3.6 x 10
6. 6.452 x 10
7. 8.77 x 10
8. 6.4 x 10
Evidence of Evolution PreAP
Background: Much evidence has been found to indicate that living things have evolved or changed
gradually during their natural history. The study of fossils as well as work in embryology,
biochemistm. and co
Sampleuestions and Answers .
Dh'ediom: Each of the following questions or statements is followed by ve possible answers
or sentence completions. |[lllaoose the one best answer or sentence completion.
1. Which of the
Chapter 16 & 17.4
Read each description below and use words from the word bank to label the
type of evolution described.
In the ocean surrounding Antarctica, there are fish that
An Atom Apart
by Leslie Cargile
Have you ever walked through a cloud of gnats on a
hot summer, only to have them follow you? No matter
how you swat at them, or even if you run, they wont
leave you alone. If so, then you have something in
History of the Atom Summary Sheet ANSWER KEY
Scientist Summary about Theory
Reasons for its
Democritus first to proposed an atomic model
More people believed
all matter could be divided into smaller and smaller pieces u
AP Biology Hardy-Weinberg Problem Set ANSWER KEY
p2 + 2pq + q2 = 1
p = frequency of the dominant allele in the population
q = frequency of the recessive allele in the population
p2 = percentage of homozygous dominant individuals
q2 = percentag
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Chemistry: Density Problems
For each problem below, write the equation and show your work. Always use units and box in your final answer.
1. The density of silver (Ag) is 10.5 g/cm . Find the mass of Ag that occupies 965 cm of
Percent Error Practice
Directions: For each of the following situations find the percent error involved.
Be careful in determining the true vs. observed value.
1. Samantha S. Sloppiness measured the volume of her soda before she drank it for her midmornin
Metric Conversion (A)
Convert each measurement to the unit indicated.
4430 cm to km
3112 cm to km
8446 m to km
7535 mL to L
5681 mg to kg
5445 mm to km
6124 g to kg
0.02 cm to mm
8.006 km to mm
1927 mL to L
6.495 km to mm
14 mg to kg
2.396 m to mm
Significant Figures Worksheet
1) How many significant figures are in the measurements below?. Write the number in scientific notation (standard
5.6 x 101
8 x 10-2
AP Biology 2nd 6 weeks test review
AP BIOLOGY EXAM REVIEW GUIDE
The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that
whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.
Theme 1: Evolution and the Diversity of Life
Unit 5 Review Questions
1. List the five conditions necessary for Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.
2. Give the Hardy-Weinberg formula and state what each term in the equation stands for.
3. Describe some prezygotic and postzygotic barriers to the ability to in
Unit 3 Review Questions
1. Energy is defined as .
2. What is entropy?
3. What is a trophic structure?
4. How does energy flow through an ecosystem?
5. How are chemical elements cycled through an ecosystem?
6. What factors effect enzymes?
7. What is active
REVIEW UNIT 1: BIOCHEMISTRY TOP TEN
A. Top 10 If you learned anything from this unit, you should have learned:
1. All living matter made up of CHONPS
a. covalent bonds are strong
b. hydrogen bonds are weak
Unit 6 Review Questions
1. List some differences between viruses and bacteria.
2. What are the differences between the lytic and lysogenic cycle?
3. Where is insulin produced? Give three functions of insulin.
4. Where is glucagon produced? Give two functi