Study Guide 2.1-2.8
After reading about the structure of atoms, fill in the following chart. First fill in the blanks. Then sketch each atom,
labeling and coloring the protons red, neutrons grey, and electrons blue.
Fill in the blank.
Words from the word bank may be used more than once or not at all
2 pts. each
Unit 4: Cells
1. Be able to identify the following parts of a microscope: ocular, low, medium, and high power
objectives, stage, diaphragm.
2. Distinguish between the detail seen and the size of the field of view when viewing a specimen under
On the lines provided, order the different stages of meiosis I THROUGH meiosis II, including interphase in the
1. 4th metaphase I_
homologous chromosome line up in the center of the cell
2.5th anaphase I_
Honors Biology 2013
1. Know how a karyotype is created and be able to interpret normal/abnormal,
2. Describe human trisomies (Down syndrome, klinfelters syndrome) and
monosomies (turner syndrome)
Objectives: Applied Genetics
1. Know the inheritance pattern of certain human genetic diseases (sickle-cell
anemia, PKU, Huntingtons disease, Cystic Fibrosis, Hemophilia)
b. What they actually are
c. Types of mutations
Circulatory and Immune Systems Unit
Chapter 23 Objectives
Mechanisms of Internal Transport
Describe the function of a circulatory system.
Compare the structures open circulatory systems and closed circulatory systems.
Compare the cardiovasc
Unit 11: Respiratory and Urinary Systems Unit objectives
1. Compare the respiratory systems of mammals, worms, fish, and insects
2. What do all respiratory systems have in common
3. What gases are exchanged through the respiratory syste