Catastrophism, meaning the regular occurrence of geological or meteorological disturbances
(catastrophes) was Cuviers attempt to explain the existence of :
Natural Selection is based on all of the following except
If the original finches that had
What is sugars effect on yeast?
3 clear glass cups
2 teaspoons sugar
3 small dishes
Fill all three dishes with about 2 inches
of cold water.
Place your clear glasses in each dish
and label them 1, 2, and 3.
5.3 Classification of Biodiversity
Read: 5.3 pg 253-269- exercises 9-13 pg 269
1. List the three classification of domains. Determine which domain each of the following
organisms belongs to (Bacteria, Archaea, Eukaryota)
a. A single-celled organism that p
Read C.2: Communities and Ecosystems- pg 440-462, Challenge Yourself 11-15 pg 454 and 16-19 pg
457 and 20 on pg 459 and do exercises 4-6 on pg 462
11. Using the left figure, compare and contrast
the thickness of the organic layer of eac
Carbon Cycling (4.3)
Read 4.3 Carbon Cycling- pg 202 - 214 Exercises 7-9 on pg 214 (If you
do both it will be extra credit, just please make sure you send me a
private comment attached to this assignment on Google Classroom
that you have completed both)
Climate Change (4.4)
OR pg 214- 226; Challenge yourself #5 pg 219, #6 pg 225 and
(a) Is there a strong or a weak correlation
between carbon dioxide levels and
atmospheric temperatures over the last
Read 4.2 Energy Flow pg. 195- 201 Exercises 4, 5 and 6
1. Look at these food chains again. Name the trophic levels (as producer or consumer) for each
a. Grassland ecosystem: grass- grasshoppers- toads- snakes- hawk
Producer Primary Second
Read C.3- Impact of Humans on Ecosystems pg 463- 476, Challenge Yourself 22-26 pg 475 and
Exercises 7-9 pg 476
21. Evaluate the eradication programmes described on these pages (whenever a question in an IB exam
asks you to evaluate some
Questions associated with IB 8.1 Metabolism presentation
1) Describe what metabolic pathways consist of
- A group of enzyme-catalysed reactions in a cell that
either build or break down molecules for cell functio
Read C.1: Species and Communities pg 423- 440: Challenge Yourself 1-3 pg 431 and 5-6 pg 437; and
exercises 1-3 pg 440
1. Look at the food chain shown at the sides
of the graphs. Which organism would you
hypothesize is the keystone speci
5.1 Evidence for Evolution
Watch the following video and answer the questions below:
1. Describe why evolution occurs when heritable characteristics of a species change.
- Those who have favourable traits will su
OR 5.4 pg 270-281- exercises 14-15 pg 281 (If you do both it will be
extra credit, just please make sure you send me a private comment
attached to this assignment on Google
Classroom that you have completed both)
1) Distinguish between anal
Read 2.5 Enzymes pg 83-87, take notes and answer
1) Explain why enzymes and substrates are specific to one another.
- Each enzyme is composed of a unique combination of
amino acid residues, the positioning and properties of
Unit 2.7: DNA Replication
Read pg 92-101 take notes and answer the following questions (if you do both its extra
credit but please send me a private note through this assignment that you have done
1. What type of bonds does helicase act upon?
Unit 2: Respiration Questions (2.8)
Watch the following videos, take notes and answer the following questions
1. What is cell
Unit 2.6: Structure of DNA and RNA
Watch the following video, take notes and answer the questions below:
1. The nucleic acids DNA and RNA are polymers of nucleotides (describe structure of nucleotides
and how the
Plant Structure and
Label the parts of a plant
Create a timeline with the dates and events provided
Events SHOULD NOT be proportional (evenly space them)
Alternate between top and bottom of the timeline
Each event must be labelled wit
10. What was Charles Darwins main contribution to science?
He developed the modern theory of evolution
11. Darwin traveled to what islands on the ship the Beagle?
12. What is an inherited trait?
A characteristic determined by an organisms
Las superficies exteriores de las plantas,
hongos y algunos protistas tienen
recubrimientos relativamente rgidos y sin
vida que se llaman paredes celulares.
Las paredes celulares estn hechas de
polisacridos como la celulosa o la
Atomic Structure: History of
is made up of tiny particles
of the atom has changed
greatly over the centuries
1) The Ancient
-matter is made up of tiny particles
Definition of Population:
Group of individuals of a single species living in a
specific geographic region at the same time
Study of populations in relation to
Environmental influences on:
First and Last Name
Number of chocolate chips in the Chip Ahoy cookie?
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2. Describe the chemical compositi
Nabisco Brand vs. Target Brand Oreo
Can you tell the difference between Target and name brand Oreo?
I think that you will be able to tell the difference between the cookies easily when tasting
Energy Consumption Research
Will using energy conserving methods decrease the number of watts used in my home?
There are many ways to conserve energy and decrease your carbon footprint. For example, unplugging chargers for phones, comp
Bacteria Resistance Lab
What form of growth will happen in the bacteria and how will the ampicillin affect it?
Many colonies of bacteria will form in all sections in both plates.
Independent Variable: things swab