Bio 9 Study Guide - Matter & Energy in Ecosystems
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ENERGY & NUTRIENTS
What is a producer?
What is a consumer?
What is the differenc
Name _ Date _ Period_
Scientific Method - Controls and Variables
SpongeBob and his Bikini Bottom pals have been busy doing a little research.
Read the description for each experiment and answer the questions.
Krabb Patty Power
Mr. Krabbs wants to make Bik
Environmental pH lab
1. Which liquid had the lowest ph?
2. Which of the liquids had the highest pH?
3. Which of the l
PROBLEM / STATEMENT:
Have you ever been starving for popcorn, but when you take the bag out of the microwave you get mostly unpopped
kernels that could break your teeth? When purchasing microwave popcorn, consumers want to have
Biology 9 Review Population Ecology & Human Impacts
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Part 1: Ecosystems
What is ecology?
What is an ecosystem?
Compare and contrast:
WAY THEY A
Unit 1 Notes: Introduction to Biology, The
Scientific Method, and Microscopes
What is SCIENCE?
- knowledge attained through the _ and _of information
_ and _
i. What you see vs. what you think or assume
b. _ ideas
d. Science Terms to Kn
Parts of a Microscope
Before the microscope was invented, people thought there was nothing smaller
than the smallest things that could be viewed with the human eye. Then early
microscope designers like Robert Hooke changed all that. Robert Hooke made a
by Jared Diamond
Published in Discover Magazine on 08/01/95
In just a few centuries, the people of Easter Island wiped out their forest, drove their
plants and animals to extinction, and saw their complex society spiral into chaos and
Bio Notes Population Ecology & Human Impacts on Ecosystems
Part 1 Ecology & Ecosystems
What is Ecology?
The study of interactions that take place between
1. The ecosystem is .
2. Biotic factors:
3. Abiotic factors:
Bio 9 Notes Matter & Energy in Ecosystems #1
Food Chains and Webs - "What's for dinner?"
Every organism needs to obtain energy in order to live. For
example, plants get energy from the sun, some animals eat plants, and
some animals eat other animals. (B3.
Biology Unit 1 Test Review: Introduction to Biology
*Hang on to this to help with your midterm review! This review will be due
the day of the quiz along with your learning targets.
1. What is science?
2. Use a Venn Diagram to show the relationship between
Bio 9 Unit 2 Matter & Energy in Ecosystems
Notes #2- Cycles in Nature
Major players what are the elements involved? (B3.3b.1)
Carbon (C) as a component of various compounds is stored on our planet in
the following major sinks:
1) _= organic m