The Effect of Sucrose Molarity on the Percent Change in Mass of Baby Carrots
Helen Huynh and Jonathan Park
October 5, 2016
Water potential determines the direction of which water flows. In plant cells submerged in a solution,
The Effect of Increased Humidity on Plant Transpiration Rate
September 28, 2016
Transpiration in plants occur at different rates depending on a variety of environmental factors. In
order to discover the extent of the effec
2.0 Quiz Exercise-Career Center
Group 6: Carbohydrates
Overview of carbohydrates: A carbohydrate is any of a large group of organic
compounds occurring in foods and living tissues- including sugars, starch, and
cellulose. They contain hydrogen and oxygen
Photosynthesis: Using Light to make Food
You should be able to:
1.write the equation for photosynthesis and
2.label all parts of a chloroplast and locate
where light and dark reactions
Biology-Honors: Evolution (Chapter 16 and 17)
Identi the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Darwin noticed that many organisms seemed well suited to
being preserved as fossil
Class: Date: ID: B
Take Home TEST - Chapter 17 - The History of Life
Indicate whether the statement is true or false. If false, change the identified word or phrase to make the statement true.
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Stanley Miller and
Biology Chapter 1 TEST (Form: 2009)
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Which of the following is NOT a goal of science?
a. to investigate and understand nature
82 Photosynthesis: An Overview
8.2.1 Explain what the experiments
of van Helmont, Priestley, and
Ingenhousz reveal about how
8.2.2 State the overall equation for
7 2 Eukaryotic Cell Structure
t rst glance, a factory is a puzzling place. A bewildering
variety of machines buzz and clatter, people move quickly
in different directions, and the sheer diversity of so much
activity can be confusing.
92 The Krebs Cycle and Electron Transport
9.2.1 Describe what happens during the Krebs cycle.
9.2.2 Explain how high-energy
electrons are used by the electron transport chain.
83 The Reactions of Photosynthesis
he requirements of photosynthesis were discovered in the
1800s. It was not until the second half of the 1900s, however, that biologists understood the comple
73 Cell Boundaries
hen you rst study a country, you may begin by examining
a map of the countrys borders. Before you can learn
anything about a nation, its important to understand where it
begins and where it ends. The same principle
71 Life Is Cellular
ook closely at a part of a living thing, and what do you see?
Hold a blade of grass up against the light, and you see tiny
lines running the length of the blade. Examine
7 4 The Diversity of Cellular Life
7.4.1 Describe cell specialization.
7.4.2 Identify the organization levels in multicellular organisms.
On the chalkboard, mak
91 Chemical Pathways
hen you are hungry, how do you feel? If you are like most
people, your stomach may seem empty, you might feel a
little dizzy, and above all, you feel weak. T
81 Energy and Life
nergy is the ability to do work. Nearly every activity in
modern society depends on one kind of energy or another.
When a car runs out of fuelmore precisely, out of the c
In combination reactions two or more substances react to form one product
In a decomposition reaction one substance undergoes a reaction to produce two or more other
Combustion reactions are rapid reactions that produce a flame
Macroscopic realm of ordinary sized objects
Submicroscopic realms of atoms and molecules
Law of constant composition law of definite proportions Joseph Proust the elemental
composition of a compound is always the same
Intensive properties do
Name _ Pd _
cell respiration open response question
A student poured a solution of bromthymol blue indicator into three test tubes. Then, he placed an aquatic
plant in two of the test tubes, as shown below. He placed a stopper on each test tube and
Chapter 18 Section 3 Assessment
List and explain three things that can happen to a light wave when it enters a new medium.
Three things that can happen to a light wave when it enters a new medium are:
Reflection When light reflects from a surface, it m
Chapter 18 Section 1 Assessment
What produces electromagnetic waves?
Electromagnetic waves are produced by constantly changing electric and magnetic fields
when an electric charge vibrates or accelerates.
How fast does light travel in a vacuum?
Chapter 18 Assessment
can travel through empty space
17. How do polarized sunglasses work?
Polarized sunglasses work to reduce glare by having vertically polarized filters, which block
Chapter 17 Vocabulary Review
Mechanical wave a disturbance in matter that carries energy from one place to another.
Transverse wave a wave that causes a medium to vibrate at right angles to the direction in which the
Chapter 17 Section 4 Assessment
List five properties used to explain the behavior of sound waves.
Five properties used to explain the behavior of sound waves are:
2) Intensity the rate at which a wave's energy flows through a given unit of are
Chapter 17 Section 3 Vocabulary
Obstacle an obstruction that stands in the way. (p. 510)
Elastic returning to or capable of returning to an initial form or state after deformation. (p. 512)
Stationary not moving. (p. 512)
Reflection the inter
Chapter 17 Section 2 Vocabulary
Time interval a definite length of time marked off by two instants. (p. 504)
Cycle a complete motion that returns to its starting point. (p. 504)
Displacement the distance of an oscillating body from its centra
Chapter 17 Secion 1 Vocabulary
Energy the ability to do work. (p.500)
Vibration a repeating back-and-forth motion. (p. 500)
Motion movement. (p. 500)
Friction a force on objects or substances in contact with each other that resists motion of
Chapter 9 Section 4 Assessment
What happens to sunlight during photosynthesis?
During photosynthesis, energy from sunlight is converted into chemical energy.
Describe the relationship between photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
Chapter 9 Section 1 Assessment
Name the three main fossil fuels.
The three main fossil fuels are:
2) Natural gas
What are the two primary products of the complete combustion of fossil fuels?
The two primary products of the compl