1. I feel that if the groups were changed to no milk instead of non-fortified milk, and
milk fortified with other nutrients besides the ones being investigated, the results
would be drastically different. From the results of the study, we can see that the
Solutions to Problems
A recent study reported that the prevalence of hyperlipidemia (defined as total cholesterol
over 200) is 30% in children 2-6 years of age. If 12 children are analyzed,
a. What is the probability that at least 3 are hyperlipidemic?
1a. 0.75 at least 3 are hyperlipidemia
1b. 0.24 exactly 3 are hyperlipidemia
1c. approximately 4 (3.6) children are hyperlipidemia
3a. the probability that z is between -0.4911 and -0.0446 = 0.1719
3b. probability z is greater than 0.4018 = 0.3446
Creating and Using Codebooks
This assignment will allow you to practice creating and using codebooks. There are three
parts to this worksheet. In part one you will create a codebook based on a provided example
survey. In part two you will write survey que
If I had a family member with vetrebroplasty, I would recommend them to receive the cement
treatment. While studies do show that those that did and did not receive the treatment felt the same
about their pain, I feel that was due to the placebo effect. I
Summarizing and Communicating Variables
This assignment will allow you to practice using SPSS to summarize and communicate
variable via descriptive statistics and graphs. This assignment will use data from the
Survey5ED file posed on Canvas. You will rece
Practise Test for Exam 5 (Chapter 24)
1) The body's first line of defence against invading pathogens is the _.
2) Which special white blood cells wander the interstitial fluid engulfing
whatever bacteria and virus-infected cells they encounter and
Chapters 1 3 (Exam #1) Study Guide
Scope of Biology
A. Exploring Life on Its Many Levels
1. Know the hierarchy of structural levels in biological organisation.
a. Atoms / Molecules
i. Basic unit of matter, chemical level in the hierarchy, molecu
Exam 4 (Chapters 22 & 23) Study Guide
1. Herbivores eat _.
?2. Carnivores eat _.
?3. Which of the following would NOT be considered a carnivore?
?4. For adult humans the basic metabolic rate is approximately _ kcal per
Chapter 4 and 5 Study Guide
How We Study Cells
1. Know the importance and differences between magnification
and resolving power.
a. Magnification: an increase in the objects image size compared
with its actual size.
b. Resolving Power: ability
Chapter 8 The Cellular Basis of
Reproduction and Inheritance
1) Genes are carried on _.
2) The chromosomes of eukaryotic cells are found in the _.
3) Chromatin consists of _.
B) DNA and protein
4) What are nucleosomes made of?
Read the information in the following links (at least one has a video that you should watch). After
reading this information and watching the videos answer the questions in the quiz found in this folder.
56 Scientific American, July 2011
2011 Scientific American
C L I M AT E C H A N G E
Surprising new evidence suggests the pace of the earths most abrupt
prehistoric warm-up paled in comparison to what we face today.
1) Active transport across a membrane requires _ and moves a solute _ its
A. transport proteins and no energy.up (against)
B. transport proteins and no energy.down
C. no transport proteins and energy. up
D. energy and transport pro
The following questions are from the outside reading assignment:
1) Which of the following best explains the problem of ocean acidification?
a. Carbon dioxide is not an acid, and therefore the articles presented a false scenario that
cannot be true
A. The Importance of Carbon
Carbons electron configuration
a) Carbon is a versatile atom
i) It has four electrons in an outer shell that holds eight
ii) Carbon can share its electrons with other atoms to form up to four covalent bonds
Study Guide Exam One
1. Metric to English
1. The basic unit
2. The standard unit
1. The basic unit
2. The standard unit
Chapter 8: Sexual Reproduction and Heredity
Sexual Reproduction; pp. 141142; moderate; ans: a
Which of the following statements about sexual reproduction is FALSE?
Sexual Reproduction; p. 142; moderate; ans
Chapter 25: The Shoot: Primary Structure and Development
Introduction; p. 548; easy; ans: c
The principal functions of the stem are:
Origin and Growth of the Primary Tissues of the Stem; p. 548; moderate; a
Chapter 19: Introduction to the Angiosperms
Diversity in the Phylum Anthophyta; pp. 434436; moderate; ans: b
Which of the following statements about phylum Anthophyta is FALSE?
The Flower; p. 436; moderate;
Chapter 18: Gymnosperms
Evolution of the Seed; p. 408; easy; ans: a
A seed is composed of a(n) _ and _.
Evolution of the Seed; p. 410; moderate; ans: d
In seed plants, the _ is called the nucellus.
Chapter 17: Seedless Vascular Plants
Evolution of Vascular Plants; p. 368; moderate; ans: d
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic shared by bryophytes and vascular plants?
Evolution of Vascular Pla
Chapter 16: Bryophytes
The Relationships of Bryophytes to Other Groups; p. 346; moderate; ans: c
Bryophytes are a group of organisms at the transition between:
The Relationships of Bryophytes to Other Group
Chapter 15: Protista: Algae and Heterotrophic Protists
Introduction; p. 296; moderate; ans: d
Grypania is evolutionarily significant because it may be the earliest known:
Introduction; p. 296299; easy; ans:
Chapter 12: Systematics: The Science of Biological Diversity
Taxonomy: Nomenclature and Classification; p. 219; easy; ans: d
Modern biological classification began with:
Taxonomy: Nomenclature and Classific
Bacterial Phylogeny Worksheet
1) What were the objectives of the current study?
2) To date, how many prokaryotic species have had th
Kozol Study Questions
A. Reading Closely and Thinking Critically
4.The examples that talk about how some homeless people are murdered were moving to me. These
examples made me feel pity for these homeless people because
1. How do we know that Kramer cannot see the same way most humans can?
Answer: Kramer is shown a screen with a red blob on a green background. If he presses the red blob,
he gets a treat. He does not press the red blob, so we know he cannot