Chapter 11 Review Guide
1. What are the benefits of industrial culture?
2. How long were humans hunter and gatherers?
3. Look at the graph on page 284. What year did global undernutrition
reach an all time low?
4. Looking at the section on energy subsidie
The Effect of Salt Concentrations on
Hypothesis: If the salt concentration of water used on a plant is
high, the plant will have a higher mortality rate.
Independent Variable: Alaskan Pea Seed
Earths Biosphere and Its Cycles
Within Earths biosphere, many biogeochemical cycles take place,
moving matter within and between ecosystems. These cycles include the
hydrologic, carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycles. Each of
By: Aveon Laine
Before we jump in
A biome is a large community of flowers and
animals occupying a major habitat. (Ex. forests,
A chaparral is a vegetation consisting chiefly of
tangled shrubs and thorny bushes
Key to Investigation 2: Plate Tectonics
1a. All three phenomena mostly appear concentrated on continental edges,
but this effect is secondary. They are actually on pate boundaries. The
edges of the continental margins are either active plate boundaries, s
Water is primarily responsible for dissolving and transporting the
chemical elements necessary for living organisms.
Heat from the sun causes water to evaporate and provides energy for
photosynthesis, which begins to fuel transpiration
Home Energy Audit
1. With energy conservation, you have to cut back and
sacrifice energy you once used, while with energy
efficiency, it just reduces the amount of energy used
by one object, not how long you use the object.
This documentary ties back into Chapter 11 in many ways.
The discussion of labeling GMOs in the chapter covers the fact
that if products containing GMOs are labeled so, consumers may
be less likely to purchase them, as labeling ma
Chapter 1: The State of our Earth (Vocab)
System - Any set of interacting components that influence one another by exchanging energy or
Ecosystem - A particular location on Earth distinguished by its mix of interacting biotic and
Video Guide: Voyage to the
How old are the oldest of the Galapagos Islands? The youngest?
What did Darwin note about the Islands animals regarding their
reaction to human intruders?
How can you tell which island a giant tortoise c
Zachariah Zachariah PD 3,4
AP Bio Lab 2 Enzyme Catalysis
Effect of Catalase Concentration
To determine the effect of enzyme concentration on the rate of activity, while using a substrate
concentration that is in excess.
AP Biology Chapter 9
On the card you picked up at the
beginning of class write all you know
about cellular respiration its parts,
what are the main components, reactants
and products, its purpose, where it occurs
DNA Technology Project
Zachariah Zachariah PD 1&2
1. A bacterium was the first organism whose genome to be sequenced. The human
genome was sequenced by the NHGRI (The National Human Genome Research
Institute). It was mostly finished in 2003.
AP Biology: Chapter 12
The Cell Cycle
Cell division consists of two phases:
Nuclear Division (divides material in the nucleus)
Cytokinesis (divides the cytoplasm)
There are 2 kinds of nuclear division
Mitosis (divides the nucleus so that bot
McMush lab: Experiment Conducted to test for the Presence of Macromolecules in a Happy Meal
This lab activity provides an opportunity for the development of skills involved in chemically testing for
the presence of the carbohydrates, lipid
Bubble Size Experiment
How to produce the biggest bubble with the given ingredients: glycerin, soda, soap, and water?
If I add more soda and glycerin to the recipe, then the largest bubble will form.
In this activity, you are investigating both the effects of germination versus non-germination and warm
temperature versus cold temperature on respiration rate. Identify the hypothesis being tested on this
activity. The hypothesis of this exper
APES- Earth Day Network Footprint Calculator
Prediction: How many planets (Earth) does it take to support your lifestyle?
1) Make an Avatar of yourself
2) Answer using DETAILED answ
Theres nothing that makes you more insane than family. Or more happy. Or more
exasperated. Or more secure.
In Their Eyes Are Watching God Janies Family when she was young kinda consisted of
only Nanny. In th
Hon English 11B
The Digital Parent Trap
Eliana Dockterman uses statistical statements, accounts from other valuable
resources, and generalizations to persuade her audience that new technology and and
the incorporations o
The Transition To America
This story is told through the eyes of 36 year old Manuel Abalos a Filipino man who
came here in 2010 on the dreams of finding success in America. In the philippines Manny
was under a work Age
1. abstemious(adj)- not as comsuming of
2. censurable(adj)- deserve to get blamed,censurableness, censurability, (noun)
3. contingent(adj)- happening by chance, con
The speaker in Seamus Honeys Digging establishes imagery,personification,
and symbolism to convey the idea that one doesn't always have to follow others in life to
In the poem Digging the author uses imagery one of many literary devices to
F35, G22, N36, were numbers called, as I watched and see people get up swiftly and
proceed to their designated location. My hands gripped my leather wallet and papers with
anxiety running through my body. As if the emotion of anxiety was flowin
BI204 FALL 2011 LECTURE EXAM II PRACTICE TEST ANSWER KEY
Cultural Relativism is the belief of judging a society based on its own standards and that
no particular culture is superior or "better" than another. There are many cultures around the
world that hold practices and norms diffe
December 19, 2012
Experiments on the Solar System
December 10, 2012
Fast Food and its connection to Obesity
In America, over thirty percent of adults and fifteen percent of children are considered
obese. Rates of obesity in America have increased steadily over the last 30 years,
Before the invention or discovery of the concept of "nature" (Ancient
Greek phusis), by the Pre-Socratic philosophers, the same words tend to be used to
describe the natural "way" in which a plant grows, and the "way" in which,
In modern use, "science" more often refers to a way of pursuing knowledge, not
only the knowledge itself. It is "often treated as synonymous with 'natural and
physical science', and thus restricted to those branches of study that