An experiment is used by many people in many fields of study, often to conduct research, but
there are many things to take in consideration before going about an experiment. What are your
independent and dependent variable? The independent and dependent v
Beam of x-ray
I. Beam quickly rotates
Signals are processed
A. Cross-sectional image produced
Beam of x-ray
I. X-ray passes through
Signals are processed
A. 2D flat image produced
Produces magnetic field
I. Rotates around the patient
Activity 1.3.1 Good Vibrations
1 Explain how sound travels through the air.
Sounds travels in waves like light. The waves caused by air molecules that
vibrate in a slinky type wave where pushing one end rapidly illustrates the compression
Activity 3.1.4 DNA Microarray
1 Imagine you want to learn more about Mike Smiths osteosarcoma. How could
you use microarray technology to determine which genes have been affected in
his tumor cells?
The ones that are red are different from the
This gene codes for a protein that is
located in the extracellular matrix. This
protein is involved with adhesion between
cells and is thought t
Activity 1.4.3 Life of an Epidemiologist
1 Describe how John Snows investigation may have differed if the cholera
outbreak occurred today. Think about the interventions and tests you have
explored in this lesson.
John Snows investigation would
Activity 3.2.4 Virology
1 Would this be a career area you would be interested in pursuing? Why or why
Kinda because I like the idea of combating such a deadly dieases and possibly
saving someones life. You make a pretty good living so that
Activity 3.2.1 Am I at Risk?
How can lifestyle choices increase your risk of developing cancer?
Cancer results from a mutation in your oncogenes to become protooncogenes. Many things in your everyday life can increase the chance of
Activity 3.1.3 When Cells Lose Control
1 If you were inspecting tissue taken from a tumor biopsy, what characteristics
would you look for that would indicate the presence of cancer cells? Describe
three distinct morphological differences you wo
Evidence of Evolution Answer Key
1. 1 (the bottom layer)
2. 7, technically. 6 has the youngest layer with organisms in it
3. 6. We would assume that the last organisms in the evolutionary chain would be the
4. 1. We w
The Father [2.
:l l was an Austrian monk. He used pea plants to study the pattern of
:I rig according to the parent gene " '. HIs studi' have lead him to
three ideas that are stIll used to this clay.
panama. m You inherit genetic
Geometric Shapes and Area
Introduction to Engineering Design
2012 Project Lead The Way, Inc.
Shape describes the two-dimensional contour that
characterizes an object or area, in contrast to a threedimensional solid. Examples include:
Area is t
Geometric Mean Worksheet Name:
Write a proportion for each problem. Show all work for each problem.
No work = no credit. Round to tenths place
1. Find the geometric mean of 8 and 18.
2. Find the geometric mean of 20 and 25.
3. 15 is the geometric mean o
To Tame A Beast
She never knew that she would be the one to take the life of the man she loved. It started
with a teenage love story. A boy and a girl, both at the age of 17. Both go to Northwest high, and
Unit 5 Automoblox T9 Dimensioned Drawings
The following drawings are provided for information only to be used with Activity 5.2
Making Sketches in CAD and Activity 5.5 CAD Model Features and are not intended to
provide complete details. Only partial dimen
- Same row, same shell number
- Same column and valence, same properties
- Atoms complete or empty valence shells
- Weak: hydrogen
- Strong: covalent (stable bc electron sharing)
- Ionic: electron transfer (cation: positive, anion: negative)
The famous words of me: thou shall not loaf
This saved me: http:/www.bozemanscience.com/cellular-respiration/
C6 H 12 O6 + O2
6 CO2 + 6 H 2 O + ATP
Glucose + Oxygen Carbon Dioxide + Water + Energy
good luck guys
Fluid Mosaic: Membrane is fluid with various proteins in/attached to bilayer
Molecular Arrangement: Shelters hydrophobic, exposes hydrophilic to water
Bilayer Surface: Adheres less strongly to water than a membrane does
H 12 O 6 + 6 O2 + 6 H 2 O
6 CO2 + 12 H 2 O + sunlight
Reactants: carbon dioxide, water, energy
Products:glucose, water, oxygen
Endergonic because it is taking energy in and building glucose
Found in: plant cells
In which organelle does photosynthesis take place?
Found in plant Cells
What compound necessary for photosynthesis is contained in the thylakoids?
What are the reactants of photosynthesis?
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) + Water (H2O)
Four phases of Cellular Respiration
Happens in cytoplasm of a cell
Happens in mitochondria
Takes place in mitochondria
Breaking down food in the presence of Oxygen to make ATP
Glycolysis Link Reaction Krebs Cycle Oxidative
Bacteria can use outer membranes to make aerob
Chapter 17 Guided Reading Assignment
Modified from S. Sharps Modification of L. Miriello
What did Garrod mean by inborn errors of metabolism?
Describe the Beadle and Tatum experiment with mold in detail use the diagram below to
Adapted from L. Miriello by S. Sharp
Chapter 10 Guided Reading Assignment
Label the diagram below.
Explain the experiment reasoning that Van Niel used to understand
Use the diagram to label and identify the two b
Gizmo Pre-Lab Activity: Identifying Nutrients
Background Information: The atomic building blocks and the interactions among them are
responsible for all the biological molecules that constitute life forms. Biological molecules come