Review Sheet Chapter 4-5 Key
1) How are populations classified?
Density, distribution, growth rate
2) Circle the density dependent factors in red and density independent factors in blue.
Limited Food supply
CH 7 and Cell Movement Review Sheet
1) What are the differences between plant and animal cells?
Have the same organelles except
Plants have chloroplasts, cell walls and large vacuoles
Animals have centrioles, lysosomes, can have cilia and flagella, and sm
Chapter 34 and 36 Study Guide
Know what r-selection and K-selection is and organisms that display these selections.
What do demographic trends show?
Know the definition and/or examples of:
Biosphere, biome, ecosystem, community, popul
CH 17 Review Sheet
a. What cell type do they have? Prokaryotic
b. What are the two kingdoms: Archabacteria and Eubacteria
c. Describe the two kingdoms
c.i. Archabacteria: single celled, prokaryotic, live in extreme environments like the botto
Ecology: Biodiversity and Conservation Notes
Biodiversity is the sum total of the variety of organisms in the biosphere. Sometimes
humans can reduce biodiversity, which is considered a natural resource.
1) List three ways in which other organisms have pr
Test 2 Review Key
1) What does an age structure tell you if it looks like a
a. Pyramid= population is rapidly growing
b. Rectangle= population is stable
c. Tapered at the bottom (children are the smallest percent of the population)= population is
STUDY GUIDE FOR Midterm ASSESMENT- Answer Key
1. What is a producer? List three producers (at least one from an aquatic environment).
Autotrophs make their own food through photosynthesis (algae, tree, shrub, grass)
2. Define a consumer? Name three consum
The Science of genetics has ancient roots
Greek: Hippocrates Hypothesis: pangenesis: pangenes from each part of the body travel
to sperm or egg
Aristotle rejected his hypothesis
Experimental genetics began in abbey garden
Heredity- the pass