Replication Study Guide
This study guide is a written version of the material you have seen presented in the replication
Self- reproduction is a function of life that human- engineered systems have been unable to
recreate. It is the foundation for a
A cross (or mating)
between two organisms
where two genes are
studied is called a
The genes are located on
separate chromosomes, so
the traits themselves are
BB = black
Bb = black
bb = white
LL = short hair
Chapter 2 Study Guide
1. Structure of an atom, subatomic particles, overall charge of an atom
2. Atom building block of all matter
3. Compare and contrast a compound and an element
4. Chemical symbols/names
1. Why is this important to us?
Cells and Their Environment Webquest
Directions: Go to the listed website and answer the questions below.
Click on PASSIVE TRANSPORT
Study Guide for Active and Passive Transport
Directions: Fill in the blank with the word or words, which complete the statement
question or answer.
1. Question: _ transport.
Answer: Process by which some substances can cross the cell membrane with
Genetic Disorder Project
You have been challenged to incorporate your knowledge about cells, cell division,
genetics and DNA to research and present on a specific genetic disorder. We will be
completing our units on these topics as you work on this projec
Directions: Complete on a separate sheet of paper. This study guide MUST be
completed and handed in with your test. Completed study guides are worth 4 bonus
points on the test.
1. From where do new cells arise? All cells come from othe