Bubbles make a great stand in for cell membranes.
Theyre fluid, flexible, and can self-repair. Bubbles
and cell membranes are alike because their parts
are so similar. If you could zoom down on a cell
membrane, youd see
AP Biology Lab: Physiology of the Circulatory
How are heart rate and blood pressure affected by activity and temperature?
What is the effect of changing body position on blood pressure and heart rate?
How does heart rate change
Microevolution & Macroevolution Worksheet
Section A: The Making of the Fittest - Evolving Bodies, Evolving Switches
1. Identify if the following statements are true o
LAB _. FERMENTATION OF SUCROSE
(aka MAKING ROOT BEER)
All organisms need energy to live. Cellular respiration is the process they use to convert the
energy stored in sugars into the quick energy of ATP. If oxygen is
Macromolecule Virtual Lab
Go to the website: http:/faculty.kirkwood.edu/apeterk/learningobjects/biologylabs.htm
The most common organic compounds found in living organisms are lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic
Darwin Web Activity
The following activity will help increase your understanding of Charles Darwin and evolutionary
theory. Please write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.
POPULATION GENETICS AND THE HARDYWEINBERG LAW
The Hardy-Weinberg formulas allow scientists to determine
whether evolution has occurred. Any changes in the gene
frequencies in the population over time can be detected. The
law essentially states that if no
AP Biology: Amino Acid Poster
DUE: Thursday, 10/27
Each student will be assigned an amino acid. For your amino acid, prepare:
1. Poster - Create a poster showing the structural formula of the molecule. SHOW ALL
BONDS so that we can get an idea of the size
AP Biology Free Response Practice Questions 9-22-2016
1. The earth is a unique planet in our solar system. Give at least 3 PHYSICAL ways
the earth is different from the other planets. Explain how each of these
characteristics relates to the formation of l
A Brief History of Life on Earth
In this activity, you will create a card that describes one of the seminal events in the history
of life on Earth. You will then connect your card to a timeline of Earth history, attaching it in
the appropriate location.