1. What three statements make up the cell theory? 1. All living things are
made up of cells, 2: cells are the basic unit of structure/function, 3: New
cells come from existing cells.
2. What 2 features do all cells have? A semipermeable memb
Module Two Wellness Plan
Fill in all logs and answer the reflection questions completely with supporting details.
Section 1: Goals
Include your goals for each area of wellness before completing the reflection question.
Physical: I will run a m
Using your handout on "The Body Systems", complete the following questions.
Match the function(s) with the body system.
1. Eliminates waste products from the body
K 2. Produces gametes
Week 2 Homework
1. What is the difference between a hypothesis and a theory? A hypothesis is a
tentative explanation or idea that guides you to do further work to get an answer while
a Theroy is an explanation of the general principles of certain phenomen
Week 10 vocab
Mise en Place Is a french term which means putting in place
Balance Scale - A device for weighing
Ghee - clarified butter made from the milk of a buffalo or cow, used in Indian cooking.
Sachet - a small perfumed bag used to scent clothes.
Define the following terms:
1. Probability is used to measure likelyhood
2. Homozygous having one each of two different alleles
3. Heterozygous - A diploid organism
4. Phenotype - the set of observable characteristics of an individual resulting from the
Read through some experiment descriptions and see if you can pick out the
independent and dependent variables.
1. You want to test a new drug that supposedly prevents sneezing in people allergic to
grass. What is the independent variable?
Describe the unique qualities of Carbon. The Ability of Carbon Atoms to form
covalent bonds with other carbon bonds is the most unique
List the 4 groups of macromolecules and describe their functions.
Lipids - St
1. Explain the problem that growth causes for cells. hevolumeofthecellneedsmorefood
2. Name t
Define the following terms:
1. Prokaryote - a microscopic single-celled organism that has neither a distinct nucleus
with a membrane nor other specialized organelles. Prokaryotes include the bacteria and
2. Bacilli - a taxonomic class of ba
The hypothesis for this experiment is, If students are able to listen to music during an
assessment, then they will perform better on that task.
The independent variable for this experiment would be that students are able to listen to
Activity 4.2.3: EKG
My measurements were all within the normal ranges. The normal range for the P-R interval is 0.12 to
0.20 seconds, where mine was
Project 4.2.1: Heart Rate
Part 1: Med History Notes
Part 2: #7#1
Part 3: #25- 68 BPM
The value of the manual calculation was a lower value that that of what came
Activity 4.3.2: Hypercholesterolemia
Gel electrophoresis can be used to separate DNA fragments
Gel electrophoresis uses an electric current to separate different sized molecules in a porous,
Joe Sambrook and Bill Sugden developed th
08.09 Segment Two Review
Types of Stores
Select the response that best answers the question.
Qu te gusta comprar en la zapatera?
Select the response that best answe
Making a Living by Hijacking Cells
e- a-c not exactly alive
They are root maoe at cens
- z perrorrn metabolism
But they EMON113duce
Viruses have v-.o abilities:
1.The ability to get into a host cell
Chapter 7 Notes
7.1 Cellular Respiration
We know how organisms obtain energy from the sun, but how do they use it?
One of the main ways is called cellular respiration
Sugar + 02 + CO2 + H2O + energy (ATP)
Why make ATP?
ATRpowers every activity that req
Chapter 8 Notes
8.1 The Basics of Cell Division
Cell division is involved in many diverse processes:
Growth of a baby
Development of a plant
Healing of a wound
In your body, up to 25 million cell divisions are completed each second!
Biotechnology Chapter 11.3
What exactly is cloning? "To clone" simply means "to make an exact genetic copy of
.kinda like mitosis, only larger scale
A multicellular organism can be cloned
A cutting taken from a plant and put into soil
The scooe of eco,oe
Ecology is the study of the interactions living things have with each other and with the environment
Offers information key to the survival of all species, present and future
This work can provide information that society can u
Chapter 5 Notes
5.1 What Is Energy?
Energy is the ability to do work.
Work is the movement of mass some distance
Our biosphere (global sum of all ecosystems) gets its energy from the sun.
2 basic forms of energy
Chapter 9 Notes
9.1 The Basics of Meiosis
Meiosis is cell division that creates gamete (sex) cells
Meiosis serves 2 major functions:
1. Reducing chromosome number
2. Shuffling chromosomes in the cell to produce genetically different combinations
Patterns of Inheritance
Genetics and Inheritance
The concept of inheritance is ancient
Kids often look like their parents.
But inheritance mechanism(s) were not known.
We knew that children (outputs) often look similar to their parents (inputs)
The Impact of Humans
The Global Environment
The biosphere represents ecological relationships between >7 billion humans and the 5 to 100 million
other species on Earth.
Every species (including humans) needs a share of Earth's resources to exist.
Evolution Chapter 15 Micro and Macro
Evolution . so what is it?
When some alleles become more common in a population, and other less common, from one generation to the next.
Therefore, it does not happen at the level of individuals within a population.