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Define the Following Terms
explanation for a question or a problem that can be formally tested.
explanation of natural phenomenon supported by a large body of scientific ev
How many milligrams of aluminum do we take in per day from food and drink?
What other atom is does aluminum typically pair with?
copper, Magnesium, manganese
Back in the early 1900s, how much would of aluminum sold for in todays dol
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Biology Final Review: 2nd Semester 2016
Define the Following Terms
physical evidence of an organism that lived long ago that scientists use to study the past.
2. Natural Selection
mechanism for change in populations; occurs
ch 10 and 12
1.The _ produced by each parent are shown along the sides of a Punnett square.
2.A useful device for predicting the possible offspring of crosses between different genotypes is the _.
c. Punnett square
3.Which of the following desc
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Definition Of Incomplete
Incomplete Dominance is a genetic
situation in which one allele does not
completely dominate another allele, and
therefore results in a new pheno
1) Neurons are the basic functional units of the nervous
system, and they generate electrical signals called action
potentials, which allow them to quickly transmit
information over long distances.
2) The central nervous system
(CNS) consists of the brain
As you know, cells are factories. Their product is proteins. All of the organelles have a job in the factory
in order to complete the task of making the proteins.
Your job is to make a factory, and relate it to the parts of the cell (organe
For National History Day students, the 2016-2017 academic year will be filled with research
related to the theme Taking a Stand in History. The theme is broad to encourage participants to
delve into history, whether it be a topic from the ancient world or
UNIT 1: BEGINNINGS TO 1861
Chapter 1: Origins of a New Society, to 1754
Section 1: The Atlantic World
I. Setting the Scene
- The Native American World
descendants of the first people to live in the Americas
a migration, or movement of people for the purpo
Summary: Commerce and industry thrive across the new nation, now one of the wealthiest in
the world. The Erie Canal brings big risk and bigger reward. In the South, cotton is king but
slavery fuels a growing divide. Violence flares across the territories
1. Explain what happened?
The September 11 attacks (also referred to as 9/11) were a series of four coordinated
terrorist attacks by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda on the United States on the
morning of September 11, 2001. The attacks killed 2,996
Who arrived in Philadelphia in 1723?
Benjamin Franklin arrived in Philadelphia in 1723.
2. How was he determined to improve himself?
Benjamin Franklin was determined to improve himself by assembling a list of 13 virtues, and
then set out to live by the