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Review Packet for Biology Final 2011
Parts of a controlled experiment (experimental design):
What is the differ
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Cherry Hill East High School
I am available every morning in F066. However, as long as I know ahead of time, I should be able to meet with
you whenever you
Enzymes are biological catalysts, little machines in the many assembly line processes in our cells. They are
protein molecules that speed up chemical reactions in the body and they can be used over and over since they
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Enzyme Packet Analysis Questions
Part 1 Questions:
1. Describe what an enzyme is chemically and what it does in the body or cell.
2. Diagram and label an enzyme-substrate complex. Use your diagram to explain why a given enzyme us
Chapter 35-Structure and Growth
Describe the major differences between monocots and
What are the 2 systems of a plant and how are they
Unit 4 Serology & Bloodstain Analysis
Composition of Blood
Blood is a fluid tissu e con si sting ofa numb e r ofdifferent cell type s held togeth er
inliquid plas m a . Itis clas sified as a co m p o u n d tissu e .
The type s ofcells are:
Unit 7 DNA
Ch6:Metabolism & Enzymes
Understand where organisms get their energy.
Understand the difference between endergonic and exergonic reactions.
Be able to describe the structure of ATP.
Be able to describe oxidation-re
o Understand what happens to a molecule of glucose as it is fully broken down.
o Understand the role of oxygen in aerobic respiration.
o Be able to explain the difference in energy gain from anaerob
Understand the difference between heterotrophs and autotrophs.
Know where the oxygen comes from that is produced in photosynthesis.
Understand the structure of the chloroplast including thylakoids
Ch9 & 10 Cell Division
o Distinguish between chromosomes, chromatin, and sister chromatids
o Know the difference between haploid and diploid cells and be able to determine what cells
are at each stage in mitosis/me
Ch4 and 5: Cells/Transport
Know the parts of the cell theory.
Understand the difference between prokaryotes (bacteria) and eukaryotes.
Be able to describe the differences between plant and animal cells.
Unit 1: Characteristics of Life and Experimental Design
Todecideissomethingislivingornot,scientistsusuallychecktoseeifall7 life processes are t
Unit 2 Properties of Water and Organic Molecules
Atomic Structure & Bonding:
Unit 2: Cell Notes (Theory and Transportation)
The cell is the smallest unit that can still carry on all life processes
Both unicellular (one celled) and multicellular (many celled) organisms are composed of cells.
Before the 17th century, no one knew cel
Forensics A/H/R Expectations
Cherry Hill High School-East
Mr. Wright and Mrs. Scharff
The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible.-Albert Einstein
Welcome to Biology-1A at Cherry Hill High School-East, a class in which you
Unit 1: An Introduction to Forensics
Foren siste m s from the Latinword ,andappliestoanythingthatrelatestolaw.
THE CRIMINAL MIND
Lab: Principles and Practice of Agarose