Banner Grabbing Using Telnet
The tried-and-true manual technique for enumerating banners and application information has
traditionally been based on Telnet.
In this exercise, you will open a Telnet connection to various TCP ports on the target system
Overview of Other Plants Chapters
Following the new College Board guidelines for AP Biology, our focus
will be on Chapters 38 and 39. The College Board assumes you have
already had a foundation in plant classification, anatomy, and physiology
Overview of Other Plant Chapters (Chap 29, 30, 35-37)
1. What characteristics do plants share with algae?
cellulose in cell walls
chlorophyll a and b
2. What characteristics have
AP Bio p 5,6
22 April 2016
The Effect of Wind on Transpiration Rates in Mentha sachalinensis
Transpiration is the movement of water from the roots through the stomata on the leaves of
plants, such as Mentha sachalinen
Plant Responses to Internal and External Signals
39.1 Signal transduction pathways link signal reception
(Use potato example p 822-823)
Internal and external signals are detected by receptors,
proteins that change in respo
Angiosperm Reproduction and Biotechnology
38.1 Pollination enables gametes to come together within a
A. Flower Structure (p. 802)
B. Floral Variations
1. Floral organs
-Complete flowers have sepals, petals, stamens, carpels
12 May 2016
Mentha sachalinensis Transpiration Rates With and Without Wind Exposure
Transpiration is the process by which moisture is carried through plants from roots to
small pores on the underside of leaves, wher
Chapter 38 Angiosperm Reproduction and Biotechnology
1. What is the common name of angiosperms?
2. Define the following terms and identify on a drawing where appropriate:
Chapter 39 Plant Responses to Internal and External Signals
1. Describe the three parts of signal transduction. Apply it to a particular example
such as the greening response in plants.
2. Fill in the following chart for each grou
p= frequency of A =
q= frequency of B =
initial p (A) value = 0.8
initial q (B) value = 0.2
p (A) value = 0.81
q (B) value = 0.19
initial p (A) value = 0.83
initial q (B) value = 0.17
p (A) value = 0.78
q (B) value = 0.22
An Analysis of Politically Correct Whale Sharks in Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium
In a pod of Whale sharks, the effectiveness of the politically correct gene was analyzed in both a population
that was in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium and a population wh
Evolution of Peppered Moths
Name Jerry Shi
1) Go online and research the classic example of industrial melanism. Describe in detail what
happened to the peppered moths in Great Britain. Include drawings or pictures of each type
February 7, 2017
GMO Position Paper
Genetically modified organisms or GMOs have been the center of controversy ever since
they were introduced into the world. There is a lot of debate concerning whether GMOs are
Chapters 2 & 3 Review Questions
1. Contrast the term element with compound.
2. What elements are considering to be essential elements for living organisms?
3. How did natural selection lead to the evolution of the serpentine plant?
4. Label the diagram be
Chapter 6 The Cell
1. Describe the process and purpose of cell fractionation.
Label the prokaryotic cell below list structure and function.
3. Why is surface area to volume such an important concept as it applies to the size of
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Chapter 5 Review
1. Label the diagram below identify a monomer, polymer, dehydration synthesis,
2. What are the three hexose monosaccharides?
3. What is a glycosidic linkage and what do the numbers 1-4 and 1-2 relate to?
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Chapter 4 Review
1. What determines whether a substance is classified as an organic compound?
2. Why was the Urey-Miller experiment so important?
3. What is special about carbon that makes it the central atom in the chemistry of
5. What is an isomer
Chapter 1 Review
1. Explain the properties of life listed below:
b. Evolutionary adaptation
c. Response to the environment
e. Energy processing
f. Growth and development
2. List and define ALL ten levels of biologica
Advanced Placement Biology
Syllabus & Course Guidelines
Course Description: AP Biology is a two-semester course which is taught at the level of a college
freshman. The course explores a wide-range of topics in-depth including biochemistry, molecular and c
Di-hybrid Cross of Two Drosophila melanogaster
Drosophila melanogaster, the common fruit fly, is a frequently used in
biological research. It is the perfect species to use in this kind of research.
This is due to their relatively easy and inexpensive stor
Investigation of Transcription and Translation
This assignment is also posted on Canvas under Chapters 10-11. The links to the web sites are live there.
1) Go to the Teachers Domain site (activity adapted from University of Nebraska) at
Membrane Structure and Function
Cellular membranes are fluid mosaics of lipids and proteins
A. Membrane Models: Scientific Inqui
Chapters 2 & 3 Review Questions
1. Contrast the term element with compound. An element can not be broken down
and is in its simplest form. A compound is a combination of one of more elements
2. What elements are considering to be essential elements for li
The Chemical Context of Life
2.1 Matter consists of elements and compounds
A Tour of the Cell
To study cells, biologists use microscopes and the tools of biochemistry
Water & The Fitness of the Environment
3.1 Polarity of water results in hydrogen bonding
Carbon and Molecular Diversity
4.1 Organic chemistry is the study of carbon compounds
INTRODUCTION: THEMES IN THE STUDY OF LIFE
Student Reading Guide
1.1 Themes connect the concepts of biology
A. Characteristics of Life (p.2)
B. Evolution-the Overarching Theme
Organisms are modified descend