Big Idea 3
Cell Signaling: Before Texting Was a Thing
AP Biology 2-3
Before cell phones came email, before email came television, before television came
radio, and before radio came languages; humans have always been very fond of
Mader Ch. 13 Regulation of Gene Expression
Read this chapter carefully and write down any questions that you would like me to explain!
1. The human genome contains approximately _20500_ genes.
2. Describe the DSCAM gene: A gene associated with Down s
Bacterial Identification Virtual Lab
BACTERIAL IDENTIFICATION LAB WORKSHEET
1. What is the overall purpose of this virtual lab?
To familiarize yourself with the science and techniques used to identify different b
OUTSIDE SCHOOL EARLY MORNING
(Nervously looks at class schedule)
Man, Im going to be late to class, again.
(BRIAN looks down the hallway to see three tall kids outside of his class)
Hey new kid!
(BRIAN looks at the
Why do animals need a nervous
do animals need in
a nervous system?
Nervous system cells
PARTICLE AND WAVE
ENERGY ON LIFE
The Effects of Irradiation on Development of Multicellular
Tyler Bhame (2-3)
Radiation is notorious for influencing humans in regards to nausea, headache, fever,
vomiting, burns, and i
Due Date _10/05 or
Ch 4 Guided Reading: Cell Structure and Function
Note to Student: Cells are not just the individual organelles that you
learned in middle science; they are parts of much bigger processes. It is now
time for you
How Does Acid Rain Affect The Flora of Our Environment?
2011 VIRTUAL SCIENCE FAIR ENTRY
The purpose of this scientific study is to investigate the physiological
effects of acid rain on plants in our environment.
The experimental procedure consist
Bacteria Science Fair Project: How Does Bleach Kill Bacteria?
Bact eria are one celled organisms that are essential for all lifes survival, but they also cause many
diseases, including strep throat, cholera, many types of food poisoning, and the Black Pla
Tyler Bhame, AP Bio 2-3
The molecule in this case
Ligand, is received and
accepted, the protein exudes
molecules into the cytoplasm,
where they are transported to
the nucleus. The process ends
with the nucleus receiving these
Dear Governor Rick Scott,
I understand that rights are not absolute. For example, Freedom of Speech doesnt give you the right
to shout FIRE! in a movie theater or shopping mall. These rights are not absolute because if the rights
were strict, or used word
Part Two: The Conceptual Framework of Biology
If you look at the sum of scientific knowledge, and that is where we are in our attempt to
define science, it is daunting. To make sense of it, we need a conceptual map, as scientific facts,
The following is a partial list of stable hierarchical levels of organization in nature, admittedly,
as seen from a biologists point of view.
The Quantum Level (origin ~ 1 x 10 -32 second after time zero)
1) Scale in size - 1 x 10 -35 meter (Plancks lengt
Unit Four: Science as a Profession
The known is finite, the unknown infinite: intellectually we stand on an islet in the midst
of an illimitable ocean of inexplicability [a limitless sea of ignorance]. Our business in every
generation is to reclaim a litt
-A Note on Terminology
Cladogenesis: Evolution in which a daughter species splits off from a population of the older
species, after which both the old and the young species coexist together. Notice that this allows a
descendant to coexist with its ancesto
EssayLife in Medieval Europe
Contemporary references reveal the people of the time to have been excitable, easily led
to tears or rage, volatile in mood. Their games and pastimes were simple and repetitive, like
nursery rhymes. They were attracted to gari
Lecture Notes for Biology 101:
An Introduction to Science and Biology for Non-Majors
Instructor David L. Alles
The organization of this course has been driven by the goal of providing non-majors with
a coherent picture of modern biological
Darwins Five Theories
(after Mayr, 1982, 505)
1) Evolution as Historical FactThe mutability of species or evolution as such
2) Common Descentall organisms have descended from common ancestors by a continuous
process of branching speciation
The Cultural Transmission of Worldviews
Are worldviews passed from generation to generation?
If they are, then is the particular worldview that an individual has
just an accident of birth?
Primary and Secondary Socialization
The problem with primary and
historically contingent outcomes. What evolutionary algorithms are a foolproof recipe for is
cumulative change, where each outcome of the algorithmic process operating on an historical
system is different from the last. What is guaranteed is change itself
Political Analysis of HR 314 Standardized Testing.
Test scores in the state of Florida are placed 16 th nationwide. In order to improve testing scores
statewide, I propose we should extend school time by an hour. And in that hour, extra standard
2.03 dialogues. By Alan Raju.
Vacuole: Hey Mitochondria, its my first day here, and Im new here, can you show me around this place?
Mitochondria: Yeah, sure why not?
Vacuole: All right whenever youre ready.
Mitochondria: Alright, over here, we have the bo
Exposition: the story takes place at Middleton High School during the end of the year. Brian has been
transferred from a different school, and he is stressed because he doesnt know anybody who attends his
school. Hes lost, he doesnt know where his classes
Character: Brian Matthews
Appearance: Skinny, 57, and 16 years old. He likes to play soccer but he never gets picked to play
because people think hes too skinny. Hes mainly quiet and shy around others and isnt very confident
about himself. Brown hair, blu
-EssayTheory, Hypothesis, and Fact
Be precise in the use of words, and expect precision from others.
Science seeks to understand the steps in the dynamic processes that produce what we see
in nature. But once we have achieved an understanding of a given p