IB Biology 12
When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
acidemic: describing a condition in which there is an abnormally high concentration of
hydrogen ions in the blood
aneurysm: an abnormal blood-filled dila
Name Angela Perez Date 2/10/17 Period 4th
Andes: The Dragons back
1. What is the most southern tip of the Andes like?
2. Why do the penguins climb the mountains?
To lay there eggs
3. What is odd about the animals in the southern tip of the Andes?
Carrier/transport Integral Protein
(1) The active transport of sodium ions out of the cell is being shown. Sodium ions ent
Can Malcolm Gladwells famed 10,000-hour rule which
defines the length of time a person needs to master a skill
explain Donald Thomas? Hes the world champion Bahamian
high jumper who triumphed despite his lack of experience,
Do Now: Which is best?
If someone tried to attack you and steal from you, should you react
Aggressive or Passive
If I were attacked I would react with aggression. I would use inappropriate language,
physical attacks, o
AP World History
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The course is a year-long course that traces the development of world history from the emergence of
agriculture to the
AP Inquiry Experiment 12: The Hand Warmer Design Challenge
You are challenged to use chemistry to design an effective, safe, environmentally benign, and
inexpensive hand warmer. The ideal hand warmer increases in temperature by 20C (but
Physical Behavior of Matter
Practice Problems with Answers and Explanations
1. Which gas is monatomic at STP?
Explanation: (3) The noble gases, group 8A, are the least reactive elements. Look up Neon on the peri
It's been a long day without you, my friend
And I'll tell you all about it when I see you again
We've come a long way from where we began
Oh, I'll tell you all about it when I see you again
When I see you again
Cloning is a very interesting subject. I found the process very interesting at
first. Cloning is used for many things and was discovered a long time ago.
The process of cloning is very long and interesting. In
Ch. 20 Reading Questions 972-985
1. How were the World Wars different than previous wars?
2. As the Austria-Hungary, Ottoman, and Russian empires fell, dozens of what were
3. Who are the two superpowers of the 20th century following World War II?
IB Biology 11 HW
Campbell Chapters 4 & 5: Organic Compounds
1. Explain how carbon's electron configuration determines the kinds of bonds carbon will
it depends on how many electrons are needed to fill the valence
shell. that number is the number of
By Fernando Acevedo
Illustrations by Fernando Acevedo
Hey dad, how do plants eat?
Well Susie, plants dont eat food like treats.
What do you mean dad?
I am no plant expert, but do not be sad,
Ill try to explain. Hopefully it wont be bad.
Its okay dad, I kn
Descent with Modification:
A Darwinian View of Life
Syllabus Topic: 5
There is overwhelming evidence for
the evolution of life on Earth
The diversity of life has evolved
and continues to evolve by natural
Tonicity is the concentration gradient of dissolved substances of a solution. It is also the ability of
a solution to cause a cell to gain or lose water. There are three states of tonicity: hypertonic, hypotonic,
and isotonic. These three state
Lizard Evolution Virtual Lab
Abstract: Students were given a virtual lab on the iPad to see learn and understand how the anole lizards
have developed into various ecomorphs that have adapted to different habitats and how that allowed f
Cell Observation Lab Questions
1. The elodea cell in the tap water solution, under x400 magnification, was turgid and
green. It had a distinctive cell wall that made the cell appear rectangular and boxed. One
can faintly observe a nucleus squished against
Plant Pigments and Photosynthesis Laboratory
IB Biology 11
Laboratory: Plant Pigments and Photosynthesis
Objective: To understand how chromatography separates two or more compounds that are
initially present in a mixture
November 30, 2015
Lab: Simulating Cell Membrane Properties Using Bubbles
Objective: To demonstrate some properties of cell membranes using soap bubbles
Cell membranes are made up of mostly phospholipids. These
April 16, 2015
3rd Marking Period Extra Credit
Part 1: After reading 5 college acceptances letters, some common
statements from the colleges was the student admittance to the college
they chose. The colleges had congratulated the st
Ahmed Syed Period 3
Most significant point
A point you agree with
A point you disagree/modify
Try something that interests you
for 30 days so you can make new
habits or get rid of old habits.
Try something that is intriguing
to you and
1. After watching the video Fun, Good, Work , it has impacted me positively. Frank Kick has
taught a valuable lesson about working hard. He said motivation is what causes a person to work hard
and have fun in the process.
Table of Contents:
What are organic compounds?
List any 5 organic reactions with an example each.
Go over tables P, Q and R in your reference table. p. 3
Hinduism: Modern Challenges
1. In the past millennium, an upsurge of influences washed across India: Islam. Islam
initially came to India from Afghanistan and a sultanate was set up in Delhi in 1206. An