Diffusion and Osmosis Post-Lab
My first hypothesis which stated, if water molecules will move into the bag then solute
molecules will move out of the bag in order to reach homeostasis of equal concentration
For this lab we will be simulating the steps of meiosis with red and yellow pop beads and
string. Meiosis is an essential component of reproduction in that it is responsible for the
Mitosis Discussion Questions
1. What type of cell would have a cell plate?
A plant cell would have a cell plate because the stiff cell wall cannot simply split in two
like the soft cell membrane of an animal cell, so a cell
Dissolved Oxygen Lab
Dissolved oxygen levels are a very important limiting factor for aquatic organisms.
Aquatic organisms rely on dissolved oxygen levels in order to properly respire, and low
dissolve oxygen l
I supported my first hypothesis which stated if the concentration of enzyme is
increased then the rate of reaction will also increase. This is because enzymes assist
reactions allowing them to re
A catalyst is a substance that helps to speed up a chemical reaction. More
specifically, it lowers the activation energy needed for a chemical reaction thus
allowing the reaction to happen at
Continue on warm up from the 1st day
What are the 4 macromolecules that we will
focus on in Biology?
What is the difference between ionic and
Afterschool-Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday
Atoms with incomplete
AP Biology Summer Assignment
Part 1: The Basics
What is ecology?
The study of how organisms interact with their environments.
What is the difference between Habitat & Niche? Provide examples.
A habitat is the typical ecosystem w
a. Enzymes have shapes and structures that determine how they function. If an enzymes shape is
changed, it also changes the binding site. This causes the reaction to damage enzymatic
b. Peroxidase is an enzyme that cou
Visible light passed through specimen.
Organism has to be _.
Resolving Power: a measure of the
clarity of the image.
Minimum distance 2 points can be separated and
Themes and Concepts
The AP Biology Examination continues to emphasize the concepts and themes of
biology. Less weight is placed on specific facts than on the "big ideas" that tie
Topics, concepts, and themes all give structure to an AP Biol
Diffusion and Osmosis Lab
For this experiment we will be examining the processes of osmosis and diffusion. We
will set up an experiment using dialysis tubing to simulate the diffusion of solutes from a
Review on the Boy in the Bubble
The movie presents many angles on SCIDs and its impact of the life of David Vetter.
Examining the scenario through Davids perspective one can see that the choices made by the
doctors and rese
Vascular Plants lab
1. What is the purpose of the cotyledon?
Helps the seedling to absorb nutrients in the seed until its able to photosynthesize
2. What are some differences and similarities of the vascular bundles in monoco
How Old is Earth? The
Geologic Time Scale
Evidence of Evolution
the method of dating
fossils by their depth in
the layer of rock. The
deeper the fossil the older
These layer of rock are
Restriction Enzyme Pre-Lab
For this experiment we will be determining the size of DNA fragments using a process
called gel electrophoresis. Gel electrophoresis is a method of measuring DNA by using electric
Chi Square Analysis Pre-Lab
Chi square analysis is a method of measuring the percent error in an experiment in order to help determine what factors
play a role in the outcomes of experiments. In genetics, for exam
Cellular Respiration Pre-Lab
For this lab we will be analyzing the effect of temperature on cellular respiration and
whether or not germinating or non-germinating have a higher rate of cellular respiration. Cell
Cellular Respiration Post-Lab
I was able to support my hypothesis which stated that, if germinating seeds where at
room temperature then they would consume the greatest amount of oxygen. This is because
Percent Change in Mass
Molarity Vs. Percent Change in Mass of Zucchini Cores
Pe rc e nt Cha ng e in M a s s
Shark Lab Post Lab Questions
List five similarities between sharks and fish
Both have gills
Both have tails that move right and left
Both osmoregulate to excrete excess water/salt
Both have a tran