Name: Adam Taylor
1. Approximately how many tourists visit Yellowstone National Park each year?
3 million tourists a year
2. What is the name of Yellowstones star attraction and what type of geologic feature is it?
Ol Faithful. Its a geyser.
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PHYSICAL FEATURES OF THE WORLD
Part I: Physical Features of the World
Write the name of the location from the list below on the corresponding map. If you are unsure of the locations identity, use an atlas provided by
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course. Feel free to use an electronic calculator. A key will be provided wit
COMMON USE FOR WOOD
KOPPENS SUBTROPICAL DESERT CLIMATE
FLORAL EPIPHYTE OF THE RAINFOREST
DEER-LIKE UNGULATE OF THE SAVANNA
SHORT, BUNCHED GRASS WITH BRIEF RAINY SEASON
KOPPENS TROPICAL STEPPE CLIMATE
I want to begin with a very brief geography review. Ethiopia is located in the Horn of Africa. A
land-locked country, its immediate neighbors include: Eritrea, Djibouti, and Somalia to the east
and beyond, the 1,400-mile long Red Sea; then Kenya to the so
Blended Mineral Fertilizer
Mixture of different materials->salts,
Nitrogen from oil and natural gas
Contains a carrier to make mixture come out
Dissolves slowly into soil solution because it
is made of r
Maps & US
Topographic maps are largescale maps that use contour
lines to portray the elevation and
shape of the topography.
PLEASE USE A PENCIL
Part I: Finding Elevation Using Contour Lines
In the blanks below the diagram, match the letter on the map that would most likely have the
elevation given below.
6ft. - _
43ft. - _
18ft. - _
Bete Giyorgis, or the Church of St. George
Learning Outcome for Chapter 15
1.) Define the following types of mutation transition and transversion, somatic, germaine,
autosomal, X and Y linked, point mutation, missense, same sense, nonsense and
2.) Describe the difference between the sp
Learning Outcome for Chapter 14
RNA to Polypeptide
1.) Be able to explain the role of the ribosome in polypeptide synthesis.
2.) Be able to draw and label the clovberleaf structure of the tRNA molecule and explain
how it functions as an integr
Learning Outcome for Chapter 13
The Genetic Code and Transcription
1.) Be able to expalin the function of mRNA, tRNA, and rRNA in translation in detail.
DNA stores information in the cells.
a.) mRNA-is translated in polypeptide.
b.) rRNA- is part of the r
Learning Outcome for Chapter 11
1.) Be able to interpret and/or explain the following chemical methods of the semiconservative replication of DNA in prokaryotes and eukaryotes:
Semi-conservative replication- the two original strands of the
Learning Outcome for Chapter 10
1.) Be able to discuss the chemical experimental methods and the experimental outcomes
for the following scientists:
a.) Friedrich Miescher-
White blood cells still have a nucleus; which is why he used them in
Learning Outcome for Chapter 6
1.) Define minimal medium for bacteria and explain its use to screen for bacterial
nutritional mutants (autotrophs).
The method of replica plating implemented by Esther Lederberg included auxotrophs that were
Geography of Soils and Soil Science
1.) How much water does the average plant use to produce one pound of dry matter?
2.) Define the following:
a.) Water availability
b.) Temporary Wilting Point
c.) Permanent wilting Point
Geography of Soils and Soil Science
What are a soil physical properties?
List the things about soil that physical properties affect.
What is the most fundamental soil property? Why?
What is the