Kati e Putney
Abiotic factors are non-living components that affect the living organisms. Some
examples of abiotic factors are cloud cover, altitude, the season, amount of sunlight, and amount
of rain All of these factors contribute to how
a. Definition- competition between organisms for resources. It isnt usually in the
form of a battle but by the winner being more efficient at it.
b. Example- getting food or shelter.
a. Definition- a
Thursday Lab Section
You are to write in the mRNA and amino acid orders for each side of the DNA strand. It would
be easiest to make these in columns going downwards, on each side of the strand.
Chapter 9 & 10 Homework- Allison Farr
1. What are functional groups?
Functional groups are groups of bound atoms that contribute certain
characteristics to the larger molecule they are attached to.
2. Explain what are enzymes?
Enzymes are proteins that increase the speed of bioch
Chapter 12 homework Part 1
April 13, 2016
1. The genotype for 100% of the F1 generation will be heterozygous (Rr). The
genotypes for the F2 generation, 25% will be homozygous dominant (RR), 25%
homozygous recessive (rr) and
a. Chromosomes of parent gen. are homozygous
b. The first cross = filial 1 generation.
c. White is dominant and purple is recessive. homozygous pairs are
crossed, all of the outcomes are heterozygous
white color is expressed instead of purple, it is t