SI UNITS OF
The International System of Units, or SI,
is the standard system of measurement
used by many scientists.
The five SI base units commonly used
by chemists are the meter, the
kilogram, the kelvin, the second, and
Project 3.2.2 and Project 3.2.3: Student Resource
Use the information found below to guide your research and to design your model.
Guiding questions are broken down by assignment. Take notes, answer questions, and
complete sketches in your laborator
The Changing Epigenome Informs
Not every gene in a persons DNA is being expressed at
At different points in development different genetic
sequences need to be activated
Epigenetic tags record the cell's experiences on the
Surviving the Extremes: The Jungle Assignment
Option #1: Surgical Focusinclude at least two pictures to emphasize information
Describe the injury to the little boy
a. What caused it?
b. How was the boy affected? (What did hand LOOK likehow was function af
Fetal alcohol syndrome affects the fetus in many ways with the severity ranging from
mild to severe. Children may have a slower growth rate, facial abnormalities, or have issues
regarding their central nervous system. Alcohol can exert these effects both
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Yong, E. (2012, February 28). W we ever grow organs? Retrieved from
http:/blogs. disco vermagazine. com/notrocketscience/?p 26446
in June 2011, an Eritrean man entered an
1. Were you able to nd all of the muscles and their locations of attachment? What muscles were the most
difcult to locate, and why?
2. Do you feel it is easier to nd these surface features on yourself or a partner? Why do you think that is the
MAJOR MUSCLE GROUPS WORKSHEET
This worksheet will guide your note-taking for the Major Skeletal Muscles slideshow. Be
sure to include drawings or sketches of your muscle groups. It will help you when you are
studying this material in the future. Your draw
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College Board Two-Day AP/Pre-AP Social Studies
February 20-21, 2009
San Antonio, Texas
Geography: Nature and
Plate Tectonic Theory
Four Geographic Traditions
Chapter 10 Agriculture (1)
Date: _ Period: _
p. 326 Intro and Key Issue 1 Where Did Agriculture Originate?
1. In what sector of the economy does agriculture fit? _
2. Geographers study what regarding agriculture? _
3. What happens to most a
Realpolitik and Mass
AP European History
Failure of the Revolutions of 1848
A. France: Louis Philippe & Louis Blanc
B. Italy: Giuseppe Mazzini
C. Austria: Hungary & Francis Joseph
D. Germany: National Assembly &
Chapter 9 Learning Guide Development
Key Issue 1 Why Does Development Vary Among Countries?
Pgs. 272 - 281
Define More Developed Country (MDC):
Define Less Developed Country (LDC):
What four factors does the UN consider whe
The AP Human Geography
EPIC STUDY GUIDE 2016: The Beast
Complete all of the following. It will also prepare you for conquering the AP EXAM on
May 13th. DUE DATE: Wednesday, May 11th. (200 Points)
Directions: Create an EPIC study guide that
AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
The AP Human Geography course is equivalent to an introductory college-level course in
human geography. The course introduces students to the systematic study of patterns and
processes that have s
The Cultural Landscape by Rubenstein
Chapter 10: Agriculture
Key Issue 1: Where Did Agriculture Originate?
*Always keep your key term packet out whenever you take notes from Rubenstein. As the terms come
up in the text, think through the sig
Chapter 10 Key Issue 1 Directions: Use the Headings p. 326 334 Where Did Agriculture Originate?
1. Case Study: Compare and contrast farmers in Kansas and Pakistan
2. How did the early hunters and gathers survive? _
3. How and why d