The hard disk drive is the main storage
device for most modern computers.
The hard drive stores the data of a
computer system including files,
applications and operating systems.
Early hard drives were
Student Exploration: pH Analysis: Quad Color Indicator
Vocabulary: acid, acidic, alkaline, base, indicator, neutral, pH
Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.)
1. Acids are substances that produce hydrogen ions (H+) wh
The Fungi, Plants, & Animals
Look at the vocabulary on p.112.
To help you with all the terms found in this
chapter, it may be helpful for you to recopy all
As you go through the chapter, highlight the
recopied terms associated wi
The process of putting similar things into groups.
1.2 THE NATURE OF
How is classification useful to us daily?
What do you classify?
How do you classify these items?
Now. WHY do we classify?
The systematic grou
1.4 KINGDOMS & DOMAINS
Kingdoms & Domains
Determined by cell type and cellular
specialized enough to make enough to be
Unicellular organisms Not
No membrane-bound organelles
3.2 THE PLANTS
The scientific study of plants
270,000 known species
May be the oldest area of scientific study.
DNA sequencing allows for continued
advancement in this field.
We use them
as food and medecinal purposes
CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY
In what fundamental way do viruses
differ from protists and prokaryotes?
They are not living organisms.
How have humans benefited from the
existence of bacteria, viruses, &
Bacteria can be used to produce food such as
1.3 PHYLOGENY AND MODERN
Quick Review: Try classifying this group of people.
How would you go about doing this? General characteristics
Whats happening to the groups as you classify?
Getting smaller and smaller
One criterion of taxonomy is how cl
Annuual influenza shot
= vaccine designed to protect you from the influenza virus and seasonal flu
Virology = study of viruses
2.2 VIRUSES, VIROIDS, &
Started looking into it
Russian biologist Dimitri Iosifovich Ivanovsky.
Group of identical cells that live in close proximity to alleviate life.
Share tasks, like food, in order to alleviate
Difference between a muticellular cell and a colony
Colony = group of identical cells
Chapter 2: The Prokaryotes,
Viruses, & Protists
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (16321723)
Father of Microbiology
Considered first microbiologist.
Did NOT invent the microscope.
He improved on an early simple
As a result, he made the earliest
Chapter 1: Understanding
1.1 INTRO TO BIODIVERSITY
Short Video 1.1
An ecosystem is a community of living things and
the environment in which they live. An ecosystem
has living components including plants, animals,
and bacteria as
Compare highlighting Characteristics of Arteries (muscular and elastic); Arterioles;
Capillaries (continuous, fenestrated and sinusoids), Veins
Arteries (muscular) (Also known as the distributing artery) This is a medium-sized
a condition in which
insufficient iron in the blood
reduces the production of
hemoglobin in red blood cells
so the RBCs become
BIOLOGY EXAM REVIEW/OUTLINE
30% OF FINAL MARK
50 Multiple Choice
5 Short Answer Questions (3 mandatory + 1 from a choice of 3)
Total 119 marks
BRING A CALCULATOR, PENCIL, ERASER, PEN, WHITE-OU
Review Characteristics of Living
1. Order and Organization - What is the basic unit of life? What are a group
of cells performing the same function called? What do a group of tissues
The basic unit of life is a cell. A group of cells performing the
KINGDOM - Plantae
Usually autotrophic (make their own energy by photosynthesis)
Sexual and Asexual reproducers
Mostly terrestrial (land) and some aquatic (water)
Plants can be placed in 2 categories:
Connective Tissue (CT)
A really diverse group of tissues:
Connective tissue (CT) is the most diverse
of the four tissue types with a wide variety
of functions. CT forms an extensive
compartment in the body and can be
considered as the
B E Y O N D M E N D E L S L AW S
Inherited traits were either dominant or recessive
The dominant allele in an individual was always
expressed, even if the recessive allele was present
.there are exceptions to
Recall: several hypotheses about inheritance
What made Mendel successful?
3 key points to any successful biological
Choosing the appropriate organism to study
Designing and performing the experiment correctly
Analyzing the data proper
1. Which one of the following waves is purely longitudinal?
A) sound waves in air
B) microwaves traveling through air
C) radio waves traveling through vacuum
D) waves on a plucked violin string
E) surface waves in a shallow pan of
THE PRINCIPLE OF LINEAR SUPERPOSITION AND
When two waves meet in the same medium they combine to form a new wave by the
principle of superposition. The result of superposition is called interference. If the two
Materials 2014, 7, 8070-8087; doi:10.3390/ma7128070
Thermophysical and Mechanical Properties of Hardened
Cement Paste with Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials
for Energy Stor
CHEM360 Lab Manual 2002/04
Fischer Esterification: An ester from a carboxylic acid
and an alcohol
Emil Fischer (1852-1919). After discovering phenylhydrazine as a graduate student, he is best known for all
his research on stere
Physical Chemistry II
Chapter 1 (3, 10, 13, 20, 24, 37)
P1.3) Calculate the pressure exerted by Ar for a molar volume of 1.04 L mol-1 at 475 K using the van der
Waals equation of state. The van der Waals parameters a and b for Ar are