Unit 1 Vocab Introduction to Biology
Using the free app popplet lite create a box for each word. Enter the name of the word
and its written definition. Insert a picture that represents the word/definition into the
box. Please have the popplet boxes lined
Bio 9 Study Guide - Matter & Energy in Ecosystems
Hang on to this study guide to help you study for the exam!
* = State Standards will be on the test and exam and MME
ENERGY & NUTRIENTS
What is a producer?
What is a consumer?
What is the differenc
Biology Unit 1 Test Review: Introduction to Biology
*Hang on to this to help with your midterm review! This review will be due
the day of the quiz along with your learning targets.
1. What is science?
2. Use a Venn Diagram to show the relationship between
Bio 9 Notes Matter & Energy in Ecosystems #1
Food Chains and Webs - "What's for dinner?"
Every organism needs to obtain energy in order to live. For
example, plants get energy from the sun, some animals eat plants, and
some animals eat other animals. (B3.
Title of Lab
MATERIALS AND PROCEDURES
The materials used include _, _, etc.
Tables with titles and calculations
Graphs with titles and labeled axes
Things that can change
The statements below describe a number of different situations. What things
vary or change in each case? Something that can change is called a variable.
1. The higher the temperature of water, the faster an egg wil
Learning to Use the Microscope
"Micro" refers to tiny, "scope" refers to view or look at. Microscopes are tools
used to enlarge images of small objects so as they can be studied. Microscopes range
from a simple magnifying glass to the
Unit 1 Notes: Introduction to Biology, The
Scientific Method, and Microscopes
What is SCIENCE?
- knowledge attained through the _ and _of information
_ and _
i. What you see vs. what you think or assume
b. _ ideas
d. Science Terms to Kn
THE MUSTARD SEED DILEMMA
The following investigation is open ended, which means that you, as an inquiring scientist, will
design your own unique experimental procedure to be followed in an attempt to solve the
You have been hire
Parts of a Microscope
Before the microscope was invented, people thought there was nothing smaller
than the smallest things that could be viewed with the human eye. Then early
microscope designers like Robert Hooke changed all that. Robert Hooke made a