Hans Spielman is a twenty-two-year male and a senior at college. He rarely exercises and
often takes his car to class. For most of the day, Spielman is sedentary-sitting in class or sitting
in the library. Spielman reports snacking constantly
1.6 CELL DIVISION (MITOSIS)
View the presentations about cancer at the Inside Cancer web site
http:/www.insidecancer.org/ and answer the following questions.
Click through the presentations using the arrow at bottom right of the screen.
Part 1: Hallmarks
Synovial joints are characterized by the presence of an articular capsule between the two joined
bones. Bone surfaces at synovial joints are protected by a coating of articular cartilage. Synovial
joints are often supported and reinforced by surrounding l
Read pages 38-40 and answer the following questions.
For question 5: You will need to take a picture of of your drawings and include them below.
1.5 Origin of Cells
1. Why did bacteria grow in the broth of the flask that was left open by Pasteur?
a. The f
A. Volume and Composition of Body Fluids
1. The composition of body fluid is divided into two parts: ICF and ECF
ICF being the fluid found within the cells and ECF being the fluid found outside or surroun
2. Molecular Biology 2.9 Photosynthesis
Understandings, Applications and Skills (This is what you maybe assessed on)
Photosynthesis is the production of carbon compounds in
cells using light energy.
Visible light ha
2.9 PHOTOSYNTHESIS WEBQUEST
The following sites cover specific details of photosynthesis. Be sure to read through
each of the sites. There are many other sites you can use.
Cohesion occurs due to polarity in water molecules
Transpiration: evaporation of water from stomata (pulls water up xylem from roots to shoots)
- Negative pressure by transpiration
- Hydrogen bonding creating cohesion and adhesion
Higher rates of transpir
Long, hard outer cell wall, at bottom have sieve tube cells which allows substances to
travel between them (and slows the transportation down). Companion cells are smaller and
slightly surround the sieve cells; provide metabolic functions for sieve
The advantage of having a small volume
inside the thylakoids of the chloroplast is that
high proton concentrations are rapidly
In seasons, the direction (time and angle) of
sunlight change. The plants have other
Male Reproductive system
1. Consists of loose skin and fascia that hangs from the attached portion of the penis
2. Supports the testes
3. The location and contraction of muscle fibers in the scrotum regulate t
Medical Imaging Project
Least expensive, quick, and easy because it is a quick still picture
Produces an image of interior structures on an x-ray sensitive film
Mainly used for images of bones or teeth
Unit 2: Tissue Disorders
Specific Type of Epithelial Tissue Affected- Stratified Squamous
Body Systems Affected- Integumentary and lymphatic
Signs/Symptoms of Disorder- Dry and sensitive skin, red and inflamed skin, very
bad itching, d
Reproductive System Test:
Location: Hangs from the attached portion of the penis
Function: to support the testis, plays a major role in temperature regulation
Smooth muscle-involuntarily, contracts in response to cold temperature
BIOMES AND CLIMOGRAPH WEB ACTIVITY
Complete the table identifying the characteristics of the major biomes (For temperature and moisture give descriptive information as
well as actual number ranges. For flora and fauna describe and give examples)
Tightly packed cells (no room for fluid or other substances)
Arranged in sheets or layers (single or multiple)
Avascular- no blood supply
Nerve supply, can feel sensations
1. Oral cavity, pharynx (etc.)
a. The oral cavity is the first stop of the digestive tract and it contains the mouth,
uvula, tongue, tonsils, soft palate, lips, hard palate
b. The salivary glands produce saliva, which keeps the mouth moist.
c. The functio
1. Enlargement of body tissues
a. Hormone/Glands involved- Somatostatin, Thyroid gland, Thyroid hormone,
Pituitary hormone and gland
b. Target organs for each hormone listed- Kidneys
2. Bones are growing thicker and changing shape
Domains and Kingdoms:
Archaea have membranes composed of branched hydrocarbon chains (many also
containing rings within the hydrocarbon chains) attached to glycerol by ether linkages
Archaea are not sensitive to some antibioti
PLANETARY ORBIT READINGS
Complete the readings, and take notes using the outline below.
KEPLERS LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION
1. 1st LAW: LAW OF ELLIPSES - THE ORBIT.of a planet is an ellipse where one
focus of the ellipse is the sun.
1. Two focci
Meteorology Ch 3 Study Guide
What is the mean temperature of the set?
80, 81, 81, 81, 82, 83, 71, 86
_81_ ( Round to nearest degree)
What is the range?
65, 66, 67, 69, 72, 73, 74
Describe an isotherm: a line that connects similar temperatures
If the t
Using at least 300 words free of mechanical errors,
1) tell me what three years of high school has taught you. This can be specific subjects, life lessons,
social lessons, whatever Try to use specific examples if you can.
2) tell me at least five goals, b
Melody scale patterns
Harmony at least 4 part harmony in structured chords
Style strong chords with overtones
Context past life melodies
Melodic line is moving in an oblique fashion
Meteorology Chapter 2 Study Guide
What causes the seasons?
The earth's tilted axis
What is the difference between a rotation and a revolution?
A rotation is spinning on your own axis while a revolution is revolving around
If it is Spring i
Layer of the
Meteors burn up in
THE GRAVITY OF THE SITUATION: CRASH COURSE ASTRONOMY #7
Watch the video and take notes using the outline below.
GRAVITY IS A FORCE
1. MASS - How much stuff makes up and object
a. Everything has mass
b. Size doesn't matter when it comes to mass