1. (Destiny) Define Black History Month
a. What is it?
b. Where did it originate from?
c. When did it begin?
2. (Dyniste) What are Civil Rights?
a. What is the Civil Rights Act?
3. (Dyyahne) Define Power
a. What does it mean to be powerful?
My sensory neurons are those that carry incoming information from my sense receptors to my central
nervous system, which are a part of my peripheral nervous systemthe sensory and motor neurons that
connect my central nervous system to the rest of my body.
Are you a natural?
1.) Why are you who you are? (Is that nature or nurture) When asking this human
attributes/questioned include those such as why genetics aren't viewed as something that
aids to form us in a psychological manner . The researche
I am Nya Anderson, a sophomore aged fifteen. I am similar to those around me ,but we also
have such a vast amount of difference. I am a person whose interest lay in psychology and
questioning what occurs around me, art sketching to see how I can etch the
1. Write the n . . We. ganelle on or next to the arrowmgbgb E
2. Color each organelle according to the key below.
YCell Membrane (Gray or pencil) , ~fgolgi Bodies (Brown)
8/ ytoplasm (Yellow) / EKN Ncleus
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A cell is often called the basic unit of life. To explain the main characteristics of cells, scientists
have developed the cell theory. Cell theory states three things:
1. All or
SCI202A: Biology | Unit 1 | Lesson 10: Laboratory: Using a Microscope
Answer the questions below. When you are finished, submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date for
Guided Notes: Characteristics of Life Unit 1
Fortunately biologists have developed a list of eight characteristics shared by all living organisms.
Characteristics are traits or qualities. Here is the list of characteristics shared by living things:
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In order for your cells to survive, nutrients and other substances must be allowed to move in and
out across the cell membrane. Sometimes this requires energy (active transport), and sometim
Introduction to A&P
Anatomy & Physiology = study of
Common Characteristics Of Living Things:
1. Organization: pattern that differs from
environment, involves regulation of
internal conditions within limits
2. Responsiveness: (i
Mod 24 A/B Theories B Level Notes
Objective: List the 7 strong acids and the strong bases.
Objective: Identify acids and bases as strong or weak and label their conjugates accordingly.
Objective: Identify a strong acid vs a weak acid in a particulate diag
Mod 25 Electrolytes A Level Notes
Objective: Determine the strength of electrolytes through calculating the concentration of
The following are sample problems ASSUMING you know how to calculate the
concentration of ions present in a solution. If yo
Honors Mod 26 A Level Practice
Objective: Calculate the pH of a weak acid.
Calculate the pH of a 0.100 M aqueous solution of hypochlorous acid (HOCl, Ka = 3.5 x 10-8)
Calculate the pOH of a 0.01 M benzoic acid solution (C6H5COOH, Ka = 6.5 x 10