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  • 2 Pages AP BIO Test Criteria
    AP BIO Test Criteria

    School: University Of Rochester

    Course: BIO 564

    AP BIOLOGY TEST CRITERIA Inform ation regarding the AP Exam : • the multiple choice section counts for 60% of your exam o you w ill have 90 minutes to answ er 100 questions o exam accounts for haphazard guessing ▪ one-fourth of the number of qu...

  • 2 Pages bio Chapter 15 RTC's
    bio Chapter 15 RTC's

    School: Camas High School

    Course: BIO AP AP Biology

    Sara Slayton2-5-09RTCs Chap 151. The promoter- a short sequence of DNA where RNA polymerase first attaches whena gene is to transcribedOperator- A short portion of DNA where an active repressor binds. When an activerepressor is bound to the operator.

  • 2 Pages biology chapter 16 rtc's
    biology chapter 16 rtc's

    School: Camas High School

    Course: BIO AP AP Biology

    Sara Slayton. 2-16-09. AP Bio. Chap. 16 RTC's. DNA cloning can lead to multiple copies of a gene, or alternatively, a quantity of the gene product. The gene can be studied in the laboratory or inserted into a bacterium, plant, or animal. The g...

  • 1 Page enzyme essay
    enzyme essay

    School: Wellesley Sr High

    Course: AP BIOLOGY AP BIO

    The pH graph is expected to reach its maximum reaction rate at a pH of about7. This is because the optimal pH for most enzymes to function in is within the range of6-8 (mostly neutral). The pH of a substance reflects its acidity, or concentration ...

  • 4 Pages article ec 21
    article ec 21

    School: New Milford High School

    Course: BIOLOGY AP Biology

    Julian MondonedoPeriod EWeek of 3/30/09Extra Credit Article AnalysisHow to Avoid Choking Under PressureBy Elizabeth SvobodaIn this article, the author discusses how we sometimes crumble under pressure instrenuous tasks. According to Roy Baumeister.

  • 1 Page Lab 3 Data
    Lab 3 Data

    School: Torrington High School

    Course: BIOLOGY AP Biology

    Data: Table 1BeginningCaptured Surviving BeginningSurviving HawkmicemiceMicehawkhawksoffspring1 gen.population100 10population1002nd gen.200201003rd gen.403371114th gen.5015352245th gen.5031196436th gen.3813.

  • 2 Pages The Vitruvian Man
    The Vitruvian Man

    School: Torrington High School

    Course: BIOLOGY AP Biology

    The Vitruvian ManIn the year 1492, a drawing was made of the Vitruvian man.The artist who had made the drawing was Leonardo DaVinci, who was interested in theidea that man was related to nature.Along with the drawing, DaVinci wrote down a few prop...

  • 2 Pages Evolution of photosynthesis
    Evolution of photosynthesis

    School: Annapolis High

    Course: BIOLOGY AP Biology

    Evolution of photosynthesisSummary of the effects of the evolution of photosynthesis on early earth:Some of the o2 formed by early photosynthetic autotrophs was used to form the ozonelayer. Ozone blocks most ultraviolet radiation from reaching the...

  • 1 Page Bio chapt 19 essay
    Bio chapt 19 essay

    School: Pelham Memorial High School

    Course: BIOLOGY AP Biology

    Roberta Barnett. Pena. AP Biology. Chapter 19 Essay. 12/5/10. Though eukaryotic cells transfer genetic information from DNA to protein, viruses do not. Viruses lack the ability to produce proteins, such as ribosomes, which are necessary in the cre...

  • 2 Pages Active Immunity
    Active Immunity

    School: Troy High School

    Course: BIOLOGY AP Biology

    -sometimes bind to neutralize toxins released in body fluids-opsonization (antibodies bound to antigens present a readily recognized structure formacrophages and increased phagocytosis)-work together with proteins from complement system (membrane ...

  • 2 Pages APB_INTRO_TO_BIOCHEM_LABS
    APB_INTRO_TO_BIOCHEM_LABS

    School: Central York Hs

    Course: SCIENCE AP Biology

    BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY LABSObjectivesforthebiochemistrylabsinclude: 1.Definethetermfunctionalgroupandgivethefunctionalgrouporgroupsch aracteristicofanacid,anaminoacid,acarbohydrate,afattyacid,andanalcohol. 2.Describehowtocarryoutasimplelaboratorytes...

  • 2 Pages LINKAGE_PROBLEMS
    LINKAGE_PROBLEMS

    School: Central York Hs

    Course: SCIENCE AP Biology

    LINKAGE PROBLEMS1.Intomatoes,tallgrowthistheresultofdominantgeneD, dwarfisrecessive,d.SmoothepidermisisfromthedominantgenePandwrinkl edisfromtherecessive,p.Ahomozygoustallsmoothvarietyoftomatoiscrosse dwithadwarf,wrinkledvariety.TheF1wastestcrosse...

  • 4 Pages wynegradsky
    wynegradsky

    School: Bunnell High School

    Course: BIOLOGY AP Biology

    Date10/15/12ColorYellowishAlejandra GarciaGrowth of Microorganisms Winogradsky LabNumber ofHeight of LayersLayers1.3.5 cm32..5 cm3.1.2.3.1.2.3.1.2.3.10 cm3.5 cm.5 cm10 cm3.5 cm.6 cm9.9 cm3.5 cm.7 cm9.8 cm1.2.3.1.2.3.

  • 6 Pages Dissolved Oxygen Lab
    Dissolved Oxygen Lab

    School: Centreville High

    Course: BIOLOGY AP Biology

    Chelsie LawrencePer.69/29/10Dissolved Oxygen Lab1. BackgroundDissolved oxygen levels are a very important limiting factor for aquatic organisms.Aquatic organisms rely on dissolved oxygen levels in order to properly respire, and lowdissolve oxygen l.

  • 2 Pages How To Calculate Standard Deviation Westfield
    How To Calculate Standard Deviation Westfield

    School: Lake Braddock Secondary

    Course: SCIENCE AP Biology

    ... 6. To get the standard deviation, just take the square root of the resulting number. Remember…you will only be able to use a 4 function calculator on the AP Biology Exam. You may have to do A LOT of writing for calculations. ...

  • 48 Pages Bio 115 Exam 1 Notes
    Bio 115 Exam 1 Notes

    School: Rutgers University

    Course: BIO 115

    ... Harry. General Biology 115. Dr. Christy Beal. ... E-mail: [email protected] Tuesday September 1 st , 2015. Lecture 1: Biology and Learning (49.4). ...