Biodiversity in the Indian River Lagoon
Abstract A group of students went to the Indian River Lagoon and seined the water at three depths at three different times of the day. The three depths were knee deep, waist deep, and knee deep. The times were
Interactive Simulation Neuron
(worth 40 points)
In this activity, you will explore the function of neurons complex cells that transmit information through electrical and
chemical signals. After reviewing the background information and c
Human Biology topic summary 8 (material in chapter 9: meiosis)
Remember from topic summary 7: a chromosome is condensed DNA in a cell thats preparing to
Somatic cells: Most cells in your body. Each somatic cell has 2 sets of chromosomes, one set
Human Biology topic summary 7 (material in chapter 8: mitosis and cancer)
2 fundamental characteristics of life are ability to grow and reproduce
Cell division: process in which 1 cell becomes 2 new cells.
For single-celled organisms like bacteria, cell
Human Biology topic summary 6 (material in chapter 11: DNA & RNA)
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a nucleic acid, one of the 4 macromolecules
Determines characteristics of organism by controlling protein synthesis
Passes genetic info on to the next gener
Human Biology topic summary 3 (material in chapter 3)
Organic molecules contain C and H atoms, inorganic molecules do not.
Carbon can make lots of different organic molecules because needs 4 electrons to fill its outer
shell. Can bond with as many as 4
Human Biology topic summary 2 (material in chapter 2)
Chemical basis of life nature of matter
Matter: anything that has mass and occupies space
All living things are made of matter, all matter composed of elements
Elements: chemical substances composed
Human Biology topic summary 1 (material in chapter 1)
Biology: Study of life
What makes something alive? Living things
Respond to environment
Are made of cells and have DNA
(May not all be present in all living things at all times)
All through baseball history, The New York Yankees have been one of the most storied franchises. Through thick and thin, nothing can stop the rumors, media coverage, or notable play of the Yankees. But throughout the years, the Yankees have changed.
Plant Ecosystem Data Report
Common Name: Coin Vine Scientific Name: Dalbergia ecastaphyllum
Description - The coin vine can sometimes be mistaken for a small tree because it can grow so large. It
1. What is the 1st law of energy?
The first law of energy states that energy cannot be created or destroyed but can be
2. What is the 2nd law of energy?
The 2nd law of energy states that when transforming energy, some is always l