What is cell growth?
What is cell growth
Getting bigger, gaining mass
2. Whats the difference between
growth and division?
Getting bigger vs. reproduction
Are our cells the same size as an infants?
Why is a baby smaller?
Are our cells the same siz
Unit 2: Chemistry
Inorganic & Organic
Chemistry, Water, pH, and
Matter is anything that takes up
space and has mass.
An example of matter is
(pick your own example)
Matter is made of atoms, which are
Unit 2: Inorganic
Water and pH
Part I: Water
Water covers 75% of the Earths
It is the single most abundant
compound in most living things.
Water expands when it freezes.
In its solid state (ice), it is less
dense than in its
Transcription and Translation Practice
Name: Tess Szatkowski
Define each of the following terms and give their function.
1. mRNA: (*messenager RNA*) Carries the code from the DNA from the nucleus to the ribosomes
2. tRNA: (*transfer RNA*) To bring the ami
Characteristics of Life
Organization of Science
The process of gaining new knowledge
about the world (nature) living and nonliving
Everything that we use on a daily basis
Can be broken into Physical and
Module 4: Investing - KEY
NAME: _KEY_SCORE: _/50 points
Matching: Read each statement carefully. Select the term that best matches the statement by writing the
letter of the matching term in the blank. [1 point each]
A type of income
Biology Midterm Exam Study Guide
1. Data: Define the following
Scientific Method- List the steps and give an example of each.
2. Experimental Design- define the following and give an example of each
Botany: Part I
The Study Of Botany Derives Components From
Each Of The Four Big Ideas In Biology
Land plants evolved from algae. Selective pressures of
Big Idea 1: The
Introduction to Ecology
Ecology derives components from
each of the Four Big Ideas in Biology
Amino Acid Sequences and Evolutionary Relationships
One technique used to determine evolutionary relationships is to study the biochemical similarity of organisms.
Though molds, aardvarks, and humans appear to have little in common physically, a study of
AP Biology Exam: Study Guide Outline
You are preparing to take the AP Biology exam, a very important test that can potentially help you earn up to
8 college biology credits or, at the very least, prepare you well for your college biology courses.
Plants and Genetic Modification (GM) Controversy
A. Read the article at this link, and click on related articles (1.
GM Maize found contaminating wild strains, 2. Mexico confirms GM
maize contamination, and 3. Nature backtracks over
Explanation of Hardy-Weinberg
The Hardy-Weinberg theorem describes the gene pool of a nonevolving population
states that the frequencies of alleles and genotypes in a populations gene pool will
remain constant over generations unless acted upon by agents
ALL Body Systems Web Quests
As we begin each new body system (Nervous, Immune, Endocrine, etc), you will complete a new
web quest. To complete your web quests, you will complete the following for the body
system that we are currently studying. (Greyed out
Ch22: Evolutionary Theory AND Ch23: Microevolution
What is evolution? The gradual change in characteristics of a population
The World Before Darwin:
Lamarcks Theory of Evolution (later proven incorrect)
Charles Darwin: The Man
The Galapagos Isl
Regulation of the
Cancer and the Cell Cycle
Controlled by DNA and Proteins
Keeps organisms and their cells in
Regulation of the cell cycle is
The uncontrolled growth or division
Osmosis & Diffusion Review Sheet
Name: Jacob A Fonner (hcps-fonnerja)
Fill in the Blank
1. The cell membrane regulates and controls what kind of molecules move in & out of the cell.
2. When molecules spread from an area of high to low concentration to, it
LIVING THINGS PROJECT
LIVING THINGS HAVE TO
ADAPT TO THEIR
A CHAMELEON CHANGES
COLOR TO HIDE FROM
PREDATORS AND SNEAK
UP ON PREY
LIVING THINGS USE
ENERGY TO GROW,
OF LIVING THINGS
ALL LIVING THINGS:
Are made of one or more cells
Obtain and use energy
Grow and develop
Respond to their environment
Are adapted to their environment
All living things are made of one or more cel
All cells comes from pre-existing cells
Cells are the basic unit of organization
All living things are made of cells.
Living things grow because they
produce more cells
Rather than grow indefinitely, cel
Unit 5 Notes - Part I
Everything Needs Energy
Use light energy to make their own food
Examples Plants, Algae, some bacteria
Obtain energy from the food that they eat
Examples Animals, Fungi
Types of Ener
Name(s): Jacob Fonner
Viewing the Cell Membrane
Cells are the basic units of structure and function of all living things. Cells contain
certain structures that carry out life processes. One such structure is the cell membrane.
The cell membrane regulates
UNIT 3 CELL TEST STUDY GUIDE
Cell Theory & Scientists
1. What are the three parts of the original cell theory?
Match the scientist to their contribution. Word Bank: Virchow, Schleiden, Leeuwenhoek, Hooke, Schwann
2. All animals are
Name: _ Date: _ Block: _
Cell Processes Test Review
Membranes are structures that _ a cell. The cell membrane is
described as fluid Mossaic. Why?
The Cell in its Environment
The cell membrane acts as a _
It only lets _ things