What is Photosynthesis?
According to rcs.org, Photosynthesis is the process by which
plants, some bacteria and some protistans use the energy from
sunlight to produce glucose from carbon dioxide and water.
4H+ + O2 + 4e- (p
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First, do not change the pH so you can test the amount of substrate only (remember, we do not want too many
Cell Respiration Worksheet
Cell respiration is the process that takes sugars produced by plants and makes it into energy. It is the opposite
of photosynthesis which takes sun and carbon dioxide and makes it into energy and oxygen while cel
WEBQUEST - MEIOSIS
INTRODUCTION: Why dont we look exactly like our parents or siblings? Why, as you look
around at other people, is there so much diversity? The answer lies in sexual reproduction. To
be more specific, the cell division of sexual reproduct
Many people have had cancer touch their lives. Cancer has been studied for many years and, even though we
have many treatments, there is still no cure. This lab will show you one of the steps doctors take to decide that
Cellular Respiration Lab
Cellular respiration is a very complicated process that gives each cell energy, or ATP (the cell
1. What is the chemical formula for glucose?
C6 H12 O6
Draw the process of meiosis. Underneath each drawing, explain what happens in each stage of
meiosis. Put your explanation in your own words, but you can use the vocabulary that is
appropriate for meiosis. You can take a picture
Enzyme Inquiry & Analysis
1) Complete the Inquiry & Analysis on page 114.
It is clear from the given graph and data that as S increases, V also increases. When the substrate
concentration(S) increases, the reaction rate (V) also increases.
Until trial, a
All energy comes from the sun. The sun shines and plants take the sun light and use it for
energy to produce carbohydrates. These carbohydrates are then eaten by animals for energy.
This energy carries through all specie
CELL CYCLE/MITOSIS WEBQUEST
You are about to begin a quest into the Cell Cycle and Mitosis using the World Wide Web. You will
work in the websites listed and answer the questions pertaining to each website. When complete, put
this into Dropbox Week 12. To
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Before you begin the experiment, watch the following video:
After watching the Khan video, you will do a scientific expe
The metric system is used worldwide except by the United States and one other small
country. In science it is the only type of measurement used so I would be remiss if I did
not include this in a lesson.
A very good description of th
Cell Membrane Lab
The cell membrane is a selectively permeable membrane. This means that it allows some things
into the cell and some things out of the cell through the membrane. This also means it keeps
out many things in the environment
Elements are listed on the Periodic Table. Tiny particles of an element are atoms. The name on the Periodic
Chart is for both the element and the atom. The atom is made up of subatomic particles called neutrons, protons,
I recommend reading about enzymes in Chapter 6, pages 105-109 (the small page numbers in black, on the
upper corners of your book).
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Organic Molecules Lab
Organic macromolecules are the molecules that make up our bodies. We can use different
chemicals to test for these organic molecules. The molecules are carbohydrates, proteins, and
lipids. You will use a virtual lab t
When studying cells, we look at surface area to volume ratio. Please use this website to see an
experiment on surface area to volume ratio.
Write a paragraph explaining why this is import
Newtons 2nd Law
Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to test Newtons second law of motion. Which shows how
larger objects need a larger force to achieve the same acceleration as smaller o
Developing a hypothesis
1. You think that something about the regular drink must have made it sink, while
something about the diet drink made it float. Write down at least two possible
explanations for the events.
The first reason could b
1. Discuss a key limitation to the classical (Linnaean) system of classification.
The Linnaean system is hierarchical structure where organisms are sorted by
using a nomenclature which include Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus and
Species in th
Free Fall Lab
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the acceleration of a free falling object
using a spark tape detector.
The first step was to obta
Homework for Unit 2 (25 points) BIOL 152 Online
1. What are four main differences between Bacteria and Archaea?
Bacteria and Archaea differ in four keys which the plasma membrane, cell walls, DNA
replication and gene expression.
2. What f
Plant Lab Proposal
BIO 152 Online
The effect of caffeine on plant growth is currently a topic discussed among the science
community. There are controversial arguments on using caffeine to grow plants is a productive
Instructor Greg Kerkvliet
October 14th, 2016
Research Memo 1
What is your topic:
My topic for the research will be based on technology and how it is desensitizing young adults
emotionally. It will focus on e
and you can use a template or be creative with the design.
These young people were at an age when they are still developing the capacity for empathy, the
ability to understand another person's emotional point of view. In many ways, the young te