Biology 101 Chapter 10 Take Home Quiz
Multiple Choice. Please place your choice for the best answer in the blank provided.
_1 Mendel chose to work with garden pea plants because _.
they are small and easy to grow
they produce large numbers of offspr
Biology 101 Introduction to Genetics Problems Quiz
Complete the questions in the space provided. You should provide evidence to support any answers you
give (By that, you need a Punnet Square)
A color-blind man marries a woman with normal vision. Five
Biology Quiz 1
All living things process energy which they use for other internal processes.
Homeostasis is the maintenance of a stable internal environment.
Heredity is the genetic information contained in every living thing.
Unit 3 Vocabulary Quiz
A. Membranous sacs in a chloroplast
_2. Electromagnetic spectrum
B. Requires no oxygen for respiration
_ 3. Chemiosmosis
C. Passing electrons from one protein to
D. Electron carrier in respiratio
Biology 101 Quiz Chapter 5
True or False
A repressor molecule inhibits a process from proceeding.
The binding site is the part of an enzyme that attaches to a substrate molecule.
Kinetic energy is energy that is in motion or causing a chang
Biology 101 Quiz
Match the definition on the right with the term on the left. Place your answer in the blank provided.
_1. Kinetic Energy
A. Minimum amount of energy that will cause a chemical reaction.
_2. Potential Energy
B. Catalyst lowers activation e
Biology 101 Quiz Chapter 3
The carbonyl group (-C=O) is characteristic of lipids.
The four macromolecules are proteins, lipids, esters, and nucleic acids.
Dehydration synthesis involves the removal of water from the environment and
Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
9.1 Discovery of Meiosis
Gametes are reproductive cells (eggs and
sperm) that contain half the complement of
chromosomes found in somatic cells
the gametes fuse to form a new cell called a
Chapter 10 Outline
Mendels First Law: Segregation
Dihybrid Cross (2 heterozygous yellow-seeded, heterozygous round-seeded pea plants. )
Peas have two alleles for seed-shape, round and wrinkled. They also have two alleles for see
Examples of Genetics Problems by Type
Homozygous Dominant X Homozygous Recessive
In garden peas, purple is dominant to what. What would the results be if you crossed a homozygous
dominant purple pea plant with a homozygous recessive, white pea plant
Mitosis/Meiosis Links (chapters 8 and 9)
The following links contain activities that you can do to get a better understanding of cellular
reproduction, mitosis, and meiosis.
http:/www.quia.com/mc/65901.html Or http:/ww
Chapter 11 Outline
It is what it sounds like, one organisms becomes another.
DiscoveryUsing Streptococcus pneumonia
2 Forms of this bacteria
Chapter 6 Outline
What organisms engage in photosynthesis?
Plants, algae, some bacteria
How much of the Suns energy is used?
Where does photosynthesis generally occur?
In the chloroplasts found in t
Biology 101 Cellular Respiration Video Activity
You can access the video at https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHeOyQBuH6E if
you want to review it again at home. It is about 6 minutes long.
To receive credit, you must complete the following questions and sub
Chapter 13 Outline
Two main parts.
3. Animation: Sanger Sequence
Completely mapped ending in 2000
3 billion base pairs
Only 20, 000 to 25, 000 genes (about 1% of the t
Project 1.2.3: Student Data Sheet
The Data Tables on this sheet are adapted from Wards Science+ Sherlock Bones: Identification
of Skeletal Remains kit.
The most valuable bones in sex determination are the pelvis and skull, a
What are other duties of a forensic anthropologist? We only looked at using bones for
identification of a missing person. What are some of the other possible job
responsibilities of someone in this career field?
o Forensic anthropo
BILITZ, Joseph (Joe)
DE WITT, Adalyn (Addie)
GARCIA DE QUEVEDO FUERTES, Andres
GRAHAM, Joseph (Joe)
McCULLOUGH, William (Billy)
PHILLIPS, Nicholas (Nick
Gene Expression and DNA Technology
Cloning is genetically identical copy of a gene(s) or an organism. Cloning first was
discovered in 1938 by Hans Spemann when he did an experiment that substituted a
nucleus of an egg cel