30 Aug. 2016
CHAPTER 1: MAIN IDEAS
Biology-the science that focuses on life.
The more that is learned about life, the more fascinating it becomes.
Biology is a quest, an ongoing inquiry about the nature of life.
AP Biology; Mods 1-2-3
24 October 2016
Procedure 1 (Surface Area and Cell Size):
Question: How does surface area affect the size of the cell during diffusion?
Hypothesis: If we soak different sized NaOH agar cubes in HCl, then w
20 March 2017
Chapter 21 Summaries
Introduction and Section 1: The whole study of sets of genes and their interactions is
called genomics. The efforts done in genomics have brought forth enormous amounts of data.
10 November 2016
Procedure 1: Developing a Method for Measuring Peroxidase in Plant Material
And Determining a Baseline
Time (in minutes)
Color Intensity of Test Tube
22 December 2016
Sam Rhine Alternative Assignment Article Summaries
Article 1: Tissue Engineering from Nature America Inc.
In this article, it discussed the benefits, challenges, and the future of tissue en
2013 AP Review Sheet
Review Exam +Final
Review Exam + Final Exam
2nd Trimester AP Physics C
Format: 35 multiple choice questions
No penalty for guessing
Study Concepts (Multiple Choice) for
Chapter 23 Gauss' Law
Chapter 24 Electric Potential
36. From the electric field vector at a point, one can determine which of the following?
I. The direction of the electrostatic force on a test charge of known sign at that point
II. The magnitude of the electrostatic force exerted per unit charge on a tes
KEY (Suggested Answers)
Practice FRQ: Experimental Design
Professor Jackson believes that frustration increases the need for achievement. She decides to test her hypothesis with her
introductory psychology class of about 100 students. The first 50 student
A metal sphere of radius a contains a charge +Q and is surrounded by an uncharged, concentric, metallic
shell of inner radius b and outer radius c, as shown above. Express all algebraic answers in terms of the
given quantities and fundamental con
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Identifying Independent and Dependent Variables
For each research description below, identify the independent variable and the dependent variable
A developmental psychologist is testing the hypothesis that children in first gra
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* The ElevensBoard class represents the board in a game of Elevens.
public class ElevensBoard extends Board cfw_
* The size (number of cards) on the board.
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* Deck Class
* The Deck class represents a shuffled deck of cards.
* It provides several operations including
initialize, shuffle, deal, and check if empty.
public class Deck
* The Food class implements Chartable and graphs the name of the food with
respect to the price
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public class Food implements Chartablecfw_
* Constructor for a type of food
* @param nam
* Tests the Checkoutable classes by simulating a library
* @author Connor
public class Checkout cfw_
static ArrayList<Checkoutable> library;
static Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in);
Chapter 9: Cellular Respiration
Cells require energy: animals eat plants, and plants make energy through light
Energy flows into an ecosystem as sunlight and leaves as heat
CO2 + H2O
One cell with 46 chromosomes goes to 4 cells with 23 (single stranded) chromosomes
Meiosis I 46 double stranded chromosomes 23 double stranded chromosomes
Signal-transduction pathway = series of steps by which a signal on a cells surface is converted
into a specific cellular response (ex: listening to someone giving a lecture enters through ears,
to the brain, is processed responses = take notes
Chapter 10: Photosynthesis
Autotrophs (plants, producers) sustain themselves without eating anything derived from other
organisms theyre producers, and produce organic molecules from CO2 and other inorganic
Most plants are photoautotrophs, and u
Chapter 23: The Evolution of Populations
Microevolution Evolutionary change on the smallest scale, change in the genetic makeup of
a population from generation to generation.
Population Genetics The study of how populations change genetically over time.
Multicellular organisms depend on cell division for: development from a fertilized cell, growth,
- Mess of DNA (like spaghetti) chromatin
Aster = microtubules coming off back of centrosome
G1 checkpoint: stop dont go on
Thiamin Case Study
1. Thiamin deficiency was observed only in the Chinese community even though all three
communities had the same staple (rice) diet. Explain.
The Chinese ate polished white rice imported from Thailand, while the Malays typically grew
Chapter 26: The Tree of Life: An Introduction to Biological
When did Earth form?: Earth and the other planets of the solar system formed about 4.6
billion years ago, condensing from a vast cloud of dust and rocks that surrounded the young sun
Chapter 25: Phylogeny and Systematics
Phylogeny: the evolutionary history of a species or group of species
Systematics: an analytical approach to understanding the diversity and relationships of
organisms, both present-day and extinct
Chapter 24: The Origin of Species
Macroevolution: evolutionary change above the species level (over long period of time) vs.
Microevolution: changes confined to a single gene pool (gene level)
Speciation: the origin of new species, the focal point of evol