2.4 Communication with the Outside World Study Guide by Hisrich
2.4.a. How do humans communicate with the world around them?
Humans take in information using their senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste & smell) & send out information using
their ability to
2.1 The Brain Study Guide by Hisrich
2.1.a. What is communication?
Communication is messages passing from one entity to another & being understood by the 2nd entity.
2.1.b. What are ways communication occurs in machines and in the human body?
Project 2.1.2: The Insulin Glucose Connection
In the last activity, you learned that both glucose and the hormone insulin play a role
in the regulation of blood sugar and the development of diabetes. But how
specifically do these substances i
Design Process Example Worksheet
Note that the design process is a guideline for thinking about design. You do not need to
address every bullet point at each step for every project. Complete the steps that make
sense given the overall need and requirement
The Basic Unit of Life
We will be viewing different types of cells and different parts of cells under the
microscope. Living cells are best for showing parts like a nucleus or cell
membrane. Once living cells are best for showing cell walls.
In this inves
Activity 1.3.1 Good Vibrations
Sue Smith was lucky because her bacterial meningitis infection was quickly
diagnosed and treated. The antibiotics eliminated the infection and Sue was able to
make a full recovery. Sue has returned to school and
1.2 DNA Analysis
1. What is DNA?
DNA is a double helix structure responsible for inherited traits. It is made from billions of base pairs
bonded together to a sugar-phosphate backbone.
o Which base pairs bond together?
What is a nucleotide?
Identity: Molecules and Cells Study Guide
1.3.a What is the structure and function of DNA?
DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid. Its name
comes from the fact that the sugar in it is deoxyribose
and it is made up of building blocks of nucleic acids (j
Allele: Any of the alternative forms of a gene that may occur at a given locus.
Allocation Policies: Rules or policies, generally based on medical criteria, established by the OPTN
to guide and regulate organ allocation or distribution in t
Activity 1.1.5 ELISA~Serial Dilution lab~Virtual/Wet ELISA labs~Elshoff
Given Sues diagnosis, all of the patients from the past two days need to be called back in for
immediate testing. School officials are concerned about a possible outbreak