Inventions in the 20s: Doofenshmirtz Style
A.) This power point focuses on the inventions of the 1920s and what factors from the time
period contributed to each creation. Dr. Doofenshmirtz wonders why his inventions never
Chelsea Liay Bio 1H RED
Introduction: When oxygen is absent or in short supply, cells may rely upon glycolysis alone
for their supply of ATP. Glycolysis presumably originated in primitive cells early in Earth's
Lab Notebook Guidelines
The lab notebook must be a bound journal with formatted graphing pages (graph ruled
o No spiral bound notebooks will be accepted.
Use black or blue ink only.
Never remove pages.
Study GuideUnit 2: Support & Movement (support portion)
Human Anatomy & Physiology - Rubric for Oral Presentation
In scoring, consider
Interested in topic
Study GuideEnergetics (chapters 8-10)
1. Complete the table to show how the free energy of a system or reaction relates to the factors listed.
System with high free energy
System with low free energy
Heredity Must Knows
Be able to describe the general life cycle of animals, fungi and plants.
Tell the story of meiosis starting with Interphase and ending with cytokinesis-use all terms in context to illustrate their meaning.
Study GuideHeredity (chapters 13-15)
1. If 2n=14, how many chromosomes will be present in somatic cells?_
How many chromosomes will be found in gametes? _
If n=14, how many chromosomes will be found in diploid somatic cells? _
How many sets of homol
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Formal Lab Write-up on Enzyme Activity
We are going to examine how enzymes are affected by environmental conditions.
One of the roles of the liver is to process toxins and remove them from the blood. The liver
accomplishes this with the help of specific e
Biological Communities Lab
You are probably used to thinking of your city, town or neighborhood as a community. But did you
know that all animals and plants live in communities too? As an introductory investigation to living
systems or biology, you
Use of the Light Microscope I
Possibly the most important instrument that aids biologists is the microscope. A microscope allows
scientists to investigate worlds that are otherwise too small to be seen. Our light microscopes can
magnify objects up
The Basic Unit of Life 1
Specific cell parts often are best studied by observing certain living or once living materials. Cell walls
are observed easily in cork cells. Cell membranes and cytoplasm are observed easily in cheek cells.
These same spec
Techniques for Better Microscope Use
In this investigation, you will:
a. Learn what the position of an object is when viewed through a light microscope in relation to its
position on the microscope stage.
b. Adjust the diaphragm correctly to achiev
The Basic Unit of Life 2
Cellular parts other than the cell wall, cell membrane and cytoplasm can be viewed with your
microscope. Some of these cell parts will be seen if proper staining techniques are used.
In this investigation, you will:
A Cell Membrane Model
Do all chemical substances pass in and out of a cell through the cell membrane with equal
ease? Do chemical substances move from areas of high concentration to areas of low
concentration as they pass in and out of a cell? Thes
Chloroplast Pigment Analysis
When you look at chloroplasts under a microscope or examine a plant leaf, the only color which
appears to present is a green pigment called chlorophyll. However, there are other pigments in a
leaf. Yellow and orange pig
Leaf Anatomy Lab
All plant leaves are not exactly alike in structure. However, most plants have leaves which produce food for the
plant using photosynthesis.
In this investigation, it is expected that you will:
a. Identify important leaf tissues
Lab Scoring Rubric
1. Title/Cover page
3 Complete coverage page
1 Missing Title or Name
0 Not present
3-Identifies the problem using appropriate terms, in the form of a question
2- Identifies the problem in the form
Formal Lab Write-up on Cell Respiration
After covering Glycolysis and the pyruvate in the mechanism of cellular respiration, we have
discovered the need for cellular respiration in organisms to extract energy stored in glucose or
PGAL. Organisms then want
Flowers are more than ornamental parts of a plant. They are the reproductive structures of
angiosperms, the flowering plants. Flowers are structures for sexual reproduction. Thus, angiosperms
In this investigation, yo
Flowers & Their life Cycles
A flower is a specialized reproductive structure in angiosperms (flowering plants).
The male and female gametophytes develop within the flowers, which promote pollination
(the spreading of pollen from the male to the fem
HOW DO CHEMISTS MEASURE MATTER?
-think of it as a conversion factor
REPRESENTATIVE PARTICLES -type of
particle found in matter
THERMOCHEMISTRY(Study of energy and its
Simple as melting ice?
Over 90% of energy is
produced in our society
comes from chemical
coal, petroleum products
and natural gas).
Thermo(greek for heat)
INTERPRETING CHEMICAL REACTIONS
barium carbonate solid is heated and produces a
solid barium oxide and carbon dioxide gas
Phase Change and Gas Laws
FORCE/AREA = PRESSURE
EX. A block and a nail have the same weight(5.2 x 10-2N),
what pressure does the