April 27th, 2015
1. Graph the allele frequencies represented in Table 1.
Make sure to label your axes and that your increments are uniform.
2. Describe the general trend, if there is one, in the data recorded in Ta
The effect of exercise on muscle fatigue
Hypothesis: Excercising before doing a task will not decrease muscle fatigue, but resting before
doing a task will.
-Pen and Paper( to record data)
Nutrition process by which organisms obtain foot and break it down into nutrients for metabolism
proteins (amino acids), lipids (glycerols+fatty acids), carbs (monosacc.), vitamins, minerals, water
We eat proteins to make proteins
Gas exchange physical methods that organisms have for obtaining oxygen from their surroundings and removing
excess carbon dioxide
- Oxygen is needed for cell. resp.
1. Why is gas exchange necessary?
Cell. resp. requires constant supply of oxygen + produce
Transport process by which materials are distributed within a cell or into/out of an organism
Transport within a cell:
a. Cyclosis streaming of cytoplasm
b. ER proteins
c. Motor proteins move packages from Gogli along cytoskeleton
Virtual Pig Dissection
Go to: http: g- [www.whitman. edug content g virtualpig
Digestive System Study Guide (Click on Digestive System in the left pane of the unndow)
*C1ick on 'I'he*Head* .
1. What is the function of the sensory papillae?
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SECTION 1 Plant Hormones
SECTION 2 Plant Movements
SECTION 3 Seasonal Responses
31 PLANT RESPONSES
Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula), a carnivorous plant, has
leaves that are hinged in the middle. In response to an insect
Lab Report 4
Lab Report #4
Information/Purpose/ Hypothesis: Enzymes are biological catalysts that are responsible for
accelerating the rate of reactions in organisms. The rate of how fast they work depend on many
Lab#1: Grasshopper Lab
The question asked in this lab was, How are the parts of the grasshopper adapted for their
function?. My hypothesis was that each part of the grasshopper worked as part of a system and
Plan for Teaching
The villagers are gossiping in the street about the
mix-up in Tzeitel's wedding plans. As Chava enters
Motel's tailor shop, a group of Russians on the
street taunt her. Fyedka, a Russian youth, insists
that they stop.
After they leave, F
As Tevye staggers home, he meets the
Constable, who warns him that a
demonstration is going to be planned
against the Jews of Anatevka. In his
inebriation, Tevye conjures The Fiddler,
who plays his violin as Tevye dances his
way home. Tevye appears and te
During the Prologue (Tradition"), Tevye
explains the role of God's law in providing
balance in the villagers' lives. He describes
the inner circle of the community and the
larger circle which includes the constable,
the priest, and countless other authori
1. 4- The molecules of the warmer water have more kinetic energy
7. 1- energy never can be created or destroyed
8. The warm water cools the ice because heat always goes from hot to cold.
9. Cooking pots are made from metal because metal is a good conducto
Lab #7: DNA Extraction and Agarose Gel Electrophoresis
1. A nucleic acid consists of a backbone of nucleotides (deoxyribose/ribose, phosphate group(s),
and nitrogenous bases, base pairings, and a double helical structure
Prelab #4: Algae and Fungi
1. Green algae are considered to be the ancestors of land plants because their chloroplast
DNA and cell wall structures are similar.
2. To make the transition from an aquatic to a terrestria
Prelab #5: Flower
2. I learned that the alstroemeria flowers bloom during late spring or early summer, and are
named after the Swedish botanist Klas von Alstroemer. They do not have any smell. Their leaves
Chapter 13: Biotechnology
I. WHAT IS BIOTECHNOLOGY?
Biotechnology is the use, and especially the alteration of organisms, cells, or biological
molecules to produce food, drugs, or other goods. Genetic engineering is to isolate and
manipulate the genes tha
Lab Report 2
Purpose/ Hypothesis: For this lab, we had to measure things such as length, width, volume and
mass. We had to learn how to use different instruments to measure them, and then we utilized
Lab Report 9
Lab Report 9
Across the different kingdoms, the types of hearts differ for each animal. Fish have 2
chambered hearts, reptiles tend to have 3 chambered hearts, and a few reptiles, all mammals
This lab focused on how enzymes would react to certain factors such as pH change,
temperature, and substrate concentrations. Students then conducted an experiment based on the
focus. Using a substrate solution and m