Write a summary on the life of the composer.
Born in Eisenach, Thuringia, Germany, on March 31, 1685 (N.S.) / March 21, 1685 (O.S.), Johann
Sebastian Bach came from a family of musicians, stretching back several generations. His father,
POKEMON GO IS HAVING A HUGE
IMPACT ON MENTAL HEALTH
Leila Zaabalawi, in Accra, Ghana
This is an image showing how Pokmon Go players go out
and walk in order to catch Pokmons.
Since Pokmon Go started
And Grohol has never seen
a struggle for people sufferin
What is Skill-Related Fitness?
Sportspeople exercise to improve fitness and performance.
Skill related fitness factors are essential for success in sport.
Agility - the ability to change the position of the body quickly and with control. This h
Plateau- A plateau is a flat, elevated landform that rises sharply above the surrounding area on at
least one side. Plateaus occur on every continent and take up a third of the Earths land. They are one
of the four major landforms, along with mountains, p
Al-Biruni and his
BY LEILA, CHARIS.
WHO IS AL-BIRUNI
Al-Biruniis one of the major figures of Islamic
mathematics. He contributed to astronomy,
mathematics, physics, medicine and history.
The early Muslims u
Chapter 4: TTTC 1, 2, 5, 7, 9
1. Diagram typical prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, and describe their important
similarities and differences.
Both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells are surrounding by a cell membrane, as well as
1.) Monocot A type of flowering plant characterized by embryos with one seed leaf,
or cotyledon. (Ex. Lilies, palms, orchids, grasses.)
2.) Dicot A type of flowering plant characterized by embryos with two cotyledons,
1.) Explain and give an example of Mendels 2 laws:
a. The law of segregation
Gregor Mendel concluded that each gamete receives only one of each parents
pair of genes for each trait.
(Ex. When sperm fertilizes the eg
Chapter 21 TTTC
1. What is meant by alternation of generations? What two generations are
involved? How does each reproduce?
The entire life cycle of plants is characterized by alternation of generations, in
which separate diploid and
Chapter 19, 20, and 36 Terms
1. Bacteria (the domain): One of lifes three domains. It consists of prokaryotes
that are only distantly related to members of the domain Archaea. (e.g. e.coli)
2. Archaea: One of lifes three domai
Cellular Respiration Lab
How long can I put this off and keep watching the Super Bowl.
The main purpose of this lab is to illustrate that plants cells respire. In addition, the goal
was to observe respiration at differe
Chapter 9 Terms
Gene The unit of heredity. A gene is a segment of DNA located at a particular place on
a chromosome that encodes the information for the amino acid sequence of a protein.
This makes genes responsible for inherit
Chapter 11 TTTC
1. Diagram and describe the eukaryotic cell cycle. Name the various phases
and briefly describe the events that occur during each.
The eukaryotic cell cycle is divided into two major phases: interphase and cell
Chapter 44 TTTC
1. What did the Darwins, Boysen-Jensen, and Went each contribute to our
understanding of phototropism? Do their experiments truly prove that auxin
is the hormone that controls phototropism? What other experiments would
Chapter 23 and 24 Terms
Radial Symmetry A body plan in which any plane along a central axis will divide the
body into approximately mirror-image halves. (e.g. Cnidarians)
Bilateral Symmetry A body plan in which only a single p
Chapter 6: TTTC 1-5
1. Explain why organisms do not violate the second law of thermodynamics.
What is the ultimate energy source for most forms of life on earth?
The ultimate energy source for almost all life forms on earth is
What is it?
Tay Sachs Disease is genetic lipid storage disorder that can be
Rare inherited disease
This disease causes large amounts of a fatty substance called
ganglioside GM2 to build up in the nerve ce
I found an arabinose monkey.
The purpose of this lab is to study the movement of genes from one organism to another
with the aid of a plasmid (a.k.a. genetic engineering). In addition, this lab serve
Fetal Pig Lab
This thing isnt even fetal, its just a full-sized pig!
The purpose of this lab to is study the anatomy of fetal pigs in order to broaden our
knowledge of organ systems and their functions. Also, to be abl
Chapter 15 and 16 Vocab
Gene pool: Total alleles of all genes in a population. For one gene, it is the total of all the
alleles of that gene that occur in a population. (Ex. The gene pool for the coat-color gene
contains 20 cop
Chapter 7 TTTC: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
1. Write the overall equation for photosynthesis. Does the overall equation
differ between C3 and C4 plants?
The equation for photosynthesis is:
The general equation is the same for both C3 and C4
Chapter 8 TTTC: 1, 2, 3, 7
1. Starting with glucose (C6H12O6), write the overall reactions for (a) aerobic
respiration and (b) fermentation in yeast.
The overall reaction for aerobic respiration is:
C6H12O6 + 6O2
6CO2 + 6H2O +
Chapter 9 Terms List
Parts of a Circle:
Center The point located at the exact center of the circle.
Radius A segment from the center to any point in the side of the circle (1/2 diameter).
Diameter A segment that travels throug