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Analyzing Your Food Intake
Analyze your intake by answering the following questions.
1. How many grams of carbohydrate did you consume on an average day? (use whole
numbers). Please look in the Nutrient Reports sheet for th
Dietary Analysis Questions project (100 points):
Directions for using the Diet Analysis program
Once you have recorded the foods in the 1 day food diary, please visit the
website https:/www.choosemyplate.gov/SuperTracker/ to com
Fiber is defined as a no digestible insoluble carbohydrate that provides structural
support to the cell walls (cellulose) in plants defined by our text book Nutrition the
Science in you. Fiber provides many healthy benefits. Fiber is found from plan
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Dietary Fiber Summary
What is dietary fiber? Dietary fiber is a type of carbohydrate that you eat from plant
foods. It is often listed as soluble or insoluble fiber on many food lab
AEROBIC RESPIRATION; CARBON DIOXIDE PRODUCTION BY
Aerobic respiration is defined as the breakdown of pyruvic acid in which oxygen acts as
the final hydrogen acceptor to produce ATP and other products include water and carbo
1. According to the results of your data, which type of the feedback (i.e., no feedback,
qualitative feedback, or quantitative feedback) led to the best performance? Be
specific about what each type of feedback indicates.
Hydrolysis of salts and pH of Buffer Solutions Experiment 24
This experiment was to learn about the concept of hydrolysis and to gain familiarity with acid bas
indicators and the behavior of buffer solutions
First we had to boil ap
Case Study #1
Baseline physical activity and fitness assessments
The physical activity for Tina is going to be Strength training; she will alternate days ex.
Mon/wed/Friday (arms) Tues/Thurs (legs) cardio as warm up and cool down as well. She will
Tropical Grassland or
America, and India
warm or hot climates
the veldts of South
Africa, the puszta of
Hungary, the pampas of
Argentina and Uruguay,
Exam 3 Final Review
1. Which of the following statements is correct about the cell cycle?
a. When S phase of the cell cycle is finish it actually has twice the number of
chromatids then the number of chromosomes in G1
2. Humans have _ different pairs of a
Exam 1 Final Review
1. All living organisms respond and adjust to their environment by a process which is
2. The process by which organisms maintain the stabile internal environment in the face of
fluctuating external environment is
Exam 2 Final Review
1. A cell wall is a common feature to?
a. Prokaryotes and Plants
2. This specialized structure stores pigment, water, inorganic ions and maintains turgor
a. The presence of vacuoles
3. Compartmentalization allows cells the
Biosphere - Consists of all life on Earth and all the places where life exists.
Ecosystems - Consists of all the living things in a particular area, along with all te nonliving
components of the environment with which life interac
Exam 2 Notes
Magnification is the ratio of an objects image size to its real size.
Resolution Is a measure of the clarity of the image; it is the minimum distance 2 points can be
separated and still be distinguished as separate points.
Cell Division The continuity of life is based on the reproduction of cells, division of a cell.
Cell Cycle The life of a cell from the time it is first formed during division of a parent cell until its own
division into two daughter cells.
Extinct Species Extra Credit
Chelodina Mccordi (Roti Island Snake-necked Turtle)
The Chelodina Mccordi can be found in Indonesia southern islands, East Timor and Roti. It is part of the
Chelidae family which is one of three living families of
If we use paper chromatography to separate the pigments in a plant leaf, then we will reveal
different pigments besides chlorophyll a because plants also have accessory pigments to help
capture visible light
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|. Exercises using the microscope
A. Inversion of image
Remove the letter "e" from the slide box. Draw the letter exactly as you see it without the scope,
then place the slide under the low power objective and draw the letter as
In the traditional system used in America: 16 ounces = 1 pound - .0005 tons
In the metric system: 1 milligram = .001 gram = .000001 kilogram
In our system: 1 mile = 1760 yard - 5280 feet = 63,360 inches
In the metric system:
it, or is further experimentation required to properly test the hypothesis? Unexpected results
are also reported in the discussion along with possible explanations. Never dismiss any work or
any part of the work a
Ch 18 notes adaptive radiation allele allele frequency allopatric speciation A burst of genetic divergences from a lineage gives rise to many new species. One of two or more forms of a gene; alleles arise by mutation and encode slightly different versions
Chapter 17 Notes adaptation A heritable trait that enhances an individual's fitness; an adaptive trait. adaptive trait A heritable trait that enhances an individuals fitness; an evolutionary adaptation. biogeography Study of patterns in the geographic dis
Ch.16 Notes cDNA clone cloning vector DNA chip DNA cloning DNA fingerprint DNA library DNA sequencing electrophoresis gene therapy DNA synthesized from RNA by the enzyme reverse transcriptase. A genetically identical copy of DNA, a cell, or an organism. A
Biology: The Dynamic Science, Chapter 9
Curve representing the amount of light absorbed at each
Graph produced by plotting the effectiveness of light at each
wavelength in driving photosynthesis.
Biology: The Dynamic Science, Chapter 7
amplification An increase in the magnitude of each step as a signal transduction pathway
cell signaling The system of communication between cells through signaling pathways.
Interaction by which
Biology: The Dynamic Science Ch8
The form of cellular respiration found in eukaryotes and many prokaryotes in
which oxygen is a reactant in the ATPproducing process.
Reaction in which pyruvate is converted into e