April 16, 12
WWII Allied Forces
World War II was a time of great conflict in the world. Many battles were fought
and many lives where lost. Although many countries did fight in the war, the unite states
s presence in the
26 September 2011
In 1995 Timothy Ray Brown was diagnosis with HIV. Since then he had tried
many different unconventional ways to treat the disease. In 2007 Browns doctors
suggested a new type of treatment. Thi
December 12, 11
11) the scientific study of interactions among organisms and between organisms and
12) species, population communities, ecosystem
April 15, 12
After reviewing my own essay and comparing it to the AP exemplars I rate this
work in the 5 to 6 point range. After reading the highest scoring essay it was obvious to
me that I hadnt und
January 5, 12
Pandas are known as the treasure of China. For many centuries the Chinese have
been fascinated with the incredible species. Although a lot is being done to protect this
species they are still endanger
January 12, 12
1) This experiment asks to us to test the affects of photosynthesis. Not just regular
photosynthesis but this process through other materials. The lab requires us to
wrap the plant in a not so de
Plantae is one of the six kingdoms; this kingdom contains most plant life within it.
They also reside in the domain of Eukarya. To be considered Plantae an organism must be
multicellular, have cell walls made of cellulose,
The Dangers of Holding your Wee
In 2007 a radio station had a contest to see who could hold their bladder for a
chance to win a Nintendo Wii console. After the contest was over one of the contests
complained of havi
December 7, 2011
This is a directional selection graph. This happens when the traits of a population
change to an extreme in reaction the environment around them. An example is if
lizards were in this ar
Name: _ Pd: _
Plant Evolution Worksheetprovide your source below each answer.
1. What evidence do we have that supports the theory that plants evolved from green algae?
By looking at the genes of the algae and higher developed plants and studying their si
November 22, 11
First Lab Reflection
This was the first and only lab that we did for Biology this far. We studied the
process of diffusion. We especially focused on the topic of hypertonic zones of water
moving to Hypo
The students studied what caused the small dialysis tube to turn from clear to
blue. The students must also understand the way the osmosis works.
In this exper
Cloning and Stem Cell Research
In recent years cloning and stem cell research are two topics that have become
very popular. The reason for this is because cloning and stem cell research have their pros
and their co
Cloning and Stemcell Research
Good or Bad
By Seyi Adeleye
Cloning and Stemcell: Pros
cell research my lead to many cures for diseases
include Alzheimers, birth defects, and Parkinsons disease
Cloning and Stemcell: Cons
people who dis
Bryophytes are described as land plants that do not have any vascular tissue
(xylem and phloem) to transport water to the parts of the plant. Although some of these
plants have specialized water transport organs these tissue dont ha
Two reasons cells divide and not just grow
enough in or out
Surface area (rate of exchange) to
volume (amount of food/waste)
Surface area and volume
Chapter 8 notes
Energy from most food comes from the sun. Plants and other types of organisms
can use the sun to produce food.
Organisms that make there own food are autotrophs.
Heterotrophs obtain energy by eating
It is a bryophyte because it was lying flat on the ground with no roots when
picked up. Fuzzy in appearance and has rhizoids.
It is a Pterophyte because we could see the spores under the leaves and there were
no flowers. Also, the l
April 17, 12
I think that most people who received a decent education should understand the
importance of this topic. Biodiversity affects all life on this planet, from the smallest form
of bacteria to huma
Name: Seyi Adeleye
Lab Day/Time: March 28, 2012
Goal: Your goal for today is to understand the benefits of certain bacteria and their
relationship with pathogenic (disease causing) bacteria. You will:
1. evaluate the health benefits of
In this experiment we are focusing on the process of osmosis. Some of the
questions that need to be asked before performing this experiment are things like, how
Viruses Study Guide
Are viruses made of cells?
Do viruses make their own energy?
Can viruses make their own proteins?
Why are nonliving viruses included in a study of biology?
When is the only time that viruses are active?
What 2 things are found in the c
REVIEW CHAPTER 28
_1.) Fungi may cause disease in humans through
a) infection and allergies
c) allergies only
b) infection only
d) infection, poisoning, and allergies
_ 2.) Each basidium will produce how many spores?
CHAPTER 26, REVIEW OF PROTOZOA
_ You have been given an unknown organism to identify. You find that it is unicellular and has a cell wall.
Which of the following must it also have?
b) asexual reproduction
d) one or more flag
CHAPTER 24 REVIEW
BACTERIA (KINGDOM ARCHAEBACTERIA AND KINGDOM
CHAPTER 24, BACTERIA NOTES
_1) What is the term for using a virus to transfer DNA from one bacteria cell to another?
REVIEW CHAPTER 31
PLANT STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
_1) Cells that support the non-growing parts of plants are called
_2) Sugars are transported in vascular plants through which of these structures?
Ch. 18 & 15:3 Review
1.Each of the kingdoms of living things exhibits multicellularity.
2. The identification and classification of organisms is the science of biosystematics.
3. Linnaeus classified living things on the basis of whet