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  1. 1. BELL QUIZ APRIL 4-5, 20121.What are two ways that RNA differs from DNA?HINT: Think nucleotide bases, and structure.2. List the RNA complimentary bases for the following DNA template: AAGC3. What RNA molecule is created by the DNA molecule when a certain protein is needed by the cell?a. tRNAb. mRNAc. rRNAd. dRNA
  2. 2. BELL QUIZ MAY 1, 20121. What are the three main muscle types in the human body and where would they be located ?A. _________B. _________C. _________
  3. 3. BELL QUIZ APRIL 10-11, 2012 What metaphor did Darwin use to describe the interconnected aspect of life throughout all of the geological eras? What did Darwin observe in the Finches of the Galapagos that helped to explain natural selection?
  4. 4. BELL QUIZ APRIL 12-13, 20121.What function of natural  Word bank: selection describes an variability, heritability, reprod organism inheriting uctive advantage, over production, and camouflage successful traits from their parents?2.What type of morphological adaptation is shown by the photo to the right?
  5. 5. BELL QUIZ APRIL 2-3, 20121. An enzyme that  RNA Polymerase- regulates RNA synthesis that binds to a  Codon- specific section where an mRNA will be synthesized.  Translation-2. ___________is where Temple the code is read and  Helicase Gardens translated to make a Japan protein.  Intron3. The three base code in DNA or mRNA.
  6. 6. BELL QUIZ: FEBRUARY 16-17, 2011Use the following words to complete the sentences. Cleavage furrow, Chromosomes. Sister chromatids, cell cycle, cell plate1._____________, is not a rock band! They are structures that contain identical copies of DNA.2. List the two main differences between plant and animal cytokinesis.
  7. 7. BELL QUIZ ADDENDUM (IN ADDITION) What are the four main functions of DNA?
  8. 8. MITOSIS SUMMARY1.How did observing mitosis in onion root tips explain the cell cycle2.How did the different sizes of artificial cells placed in the dye, and rates of diffusion explain Surface Area: Volume Ratios?
  9. 9. BELL QUIZ MARCH 19, 2012 Please see the first five questions of the bench mark examination.
  10. 10. BELL QUIZ FEBRUARY 27-28, 20121.What is the role of cyclins in the cell?a.To control the movement of microtubles?b.Signals the cell to divide?2.What is the main characteristic of cancer cells?3.Apoptosis is….4.Name one characteristic of a homologous chromosome:
  11. 11. BELL QUIZ: HAPPY MARCH 1, 2012Use the following WORD  Meiosis results in the BANK to complete the production of male and sentences about female _________. Meiosis:  Meiosis produces ___________ cells sogametes, haploid that __________ number cells, diploid can be restored after cells, homologous fertilization occurs. chromosome  Meiosis creates genetic pairs, crossing over. variation due to _______ _________ and shuffling of _______________ ___________.
  12. 12. BELL QUIZ MARCH 2, 2012 Mendel discovered that the Law of ____________ showed that members of each gene pair (________) separated during gamete formation the product of __________. Show how the law of Y y independent assortment works by listing the four R alleles that are produced when a pea-plant with the r genotype RrYy produces gametes. 1. 2. 3. 4.
  13. 13. MARCH 5, 2012: EACH TABLE WILL BE COMPLETING A PUNNET SQUARE PROBLEMFROM THE HOME WORK ASSIGNMENT. AFTER YOU COMPLETE THE PROBLEM(INDIVIDUALLY) YOUR TABLE WILL BE CALLED TO PRESENT YOUR ANSWER TO THECLASS.Table 1: Monohybrid cross  Table 5: 4-o-clock red eye-brow problem. flowers is crossed withTable 2:Pink-flowered (Rw) white flowered (ww). four-o-clock self-  Table 6: Black feathered pollinating problem. chicken (BB) is matedTable 3: Brown-eyed with erminette (black and woman with genotype white speckled) chicken. AAbb marries a AABb man with dark-eyes.Table 4: Person with AB blood marries man with oo (recessive) blood.
  14. 14. BELL QUIZ FEBRUARY 6-8. 2012 Pre-Assessment Chap.9 Match the following vocabulary to the definition.Interphase, mitosis, cell- cycle 1.The period in which the cell is not dividing________. 2.The process of nuclear division________. 3. The sequence of events in the life of a eukaryotic cell_______.
  15. 15.  WHAT DO DOCTORS THINK IS THE PRIMARY CAUSE OF MELANOMA? WHAT IS CANCER?
  16. 16. FEBRUARY 14-15 2012 What are three events that occur in the cell during interphase? HINT: One event is called the M-Phase or preparation for mitosis. Name the organ that is associated with Valentines Day? When a cell reaches a certain size it will_____ through a process called__________before cell death occurs.
  17. 17. BELL QUIZ FEBRUARY 9-10, 2012Open note quiz:1.Define Mitosis: Mitosis is…_________________ ____________________ ____________________.2.Summarize the three phases of interphase.3.What equation is used to determine the surface- area to volume of a cell?
  18. 18. BELL QUIZ FEBRUARY 10. 2012  Label with the general stages of the cell cycle. 1 Cytokinesis, G1, G2, S, Mitosis. 5 2 4 3
  19. 19. BELL QUIZ JANUARY 25-26, 2012 Use the following terms to complete the sentences: Cytoplasm, glycolysis, anaerobic, NADH, oxygen.1.Glycolysis is an _______ process because it does not require oxygen. Glycolysis takes place in the ______________. Two molecules of ATP and two molecules of ______________are formed for every glucose molecule broken down.2. Certain cells require more energy than others. Which of the following cells would you expect to find more mitrochondria.a. Skinb. Bone http://www.hyperbaric-oxygen-info.com/image-files/aerobic-cellular-respiration-000.pngc. Muscled. Lipid (fat)
  20. 20. BELL QUIZ JANUARY 27, 2012Bell Quiz Questions: A manduca hawk moth finds an angel’sStroma, granum, epidermis, photos trumpet. The pair co-evolved, so their ystem II, Photosystem I, cellular pollinating parts fit together seamlessly, and respiration, glycolysis, Calvin Cycle the nocturnal moth can see the flower at night.1.Name the cycle of photosynthesis that produces the energy-rich nectar the moth is feeding on.2. Where is this stage of the photosynthesis occurring in the chloroplast? Hint: Think light vs dark reactions.3. How would light pollution (lighting that occurs at night) in urban environments affect photosynthesis? Photograph by Mark W. Moffett for National Geographic Magazine
  21. 21. BELL QUIZ JANUARY 30, 2012ATP, FADH2, NADH, mitochondria inner membrane, mitochondria matrix, 36ATP, 2 ATP, 32 ATP, Krebb Cycle, electron transport (some answers may beused more than once).  The energy molecules _______ and _______ are produced in the __________ ________and utilized during___________ ___________ to produce _______ molecules of _______.  ATP Energy Production:  Glycolysis=______  Krebbs Cycle=______  Electron Transport=______
  22. 22. BELL QUIZ JANUARY 10-11, 2011 What products of photosynthesis are used during cellular respiration? Name the molecule that provides energy for all cellular functions, and is produced within the mitrochondria. Plants are self-feeding, and called __________. Animals are other-feeding and called_________________.
  23. 23. BELL QUIZ JANUARY 18, 20121. During photosynthesis the _______-reactions take place within the __________ Hint: (flattened sac-like membranes that are arranged in stacks within the chloroplast).2. Light absorbing colored molecules called http://hermansonhbiology.wordpress.com/ __________, are found in the ___________ membranes of the chloroplast.3. What is the main function of the DNA molecule? http://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/Contexts/ You-Me-and-UV/Sci-Media/Imag
  24. 24. BELL QUIZ JANUARY 23, 2012USE YOUR NOTES TO DESCRIBE THE DIFFERENCESBETWEEN PHOTOSYSTEM II AND PHOTOSYSTEM I. Describe the events during the electron chain transport in Photosystem I and Photosystem II. (5 pts) HINT: What are the products of each stage in the electron http://web.virginia.edu/Heidi/chapter22/Im ages/8883n22_21.jpg
  25. 25. BELL QUIZ January 18-19, 2011Use the following terms to answer the questions: Xylem, phloem, ATP, NADPH, S tomata, cuticle, production of sugar, splitting of water, thylakoid membrane, guard cellsWhich portion of the leaf is where the light- reaction occurs?What are the products of the light reaction, that are used during the dark reaction?What protective clear layer, contains wax and allows light to enter but not water to evaporate?What is the first step in photosynthesis? Hint Think Photons.
  26. 26. BELL QUIZ JANUARY 4, 2012 1.What process moves cellular materials outside of the cell. a.exocytosis b.endocytosis c.cytokinesis d.Kleptocytosis 2.Describe the role of the lysosome.
  27. 27. BELL QUIZ JANUARY 5-9, 2012FILL IN THE BLANKS FOR QUESTION 1-2 WITH CHOICES A-G. SOMEANSWERS MAY BE USED MORE THAN ONCE 1.Proteins consist of ___ differing building units called_____.  A. 10  B. 20  C. 5  D. 9  E. Ribosomes  F. Amino Acids  G. Lysosomes 2. Humans can not produce some of the essential ___________, they must be supplied by
  28. 28. DECEMBER 14, 2011COMPARE AND CONTRAST EACH PAIR OF TERMS BY DEFINING THEM AND NOTING THEIR DIFFERENCES Chloroplast Mitrochondrion Vacuole Centriole Cilium Flagellum
  29. 29. BELL QUIZ OCTOBER 4-5, 20111. Circle the following environmental factor that is NOT abiotic: saprophytes, light, te mperature,soil, oxyge n2. What would the earth be like if there were no greenhouse effect?
  30. 30. BELL QUIZ SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 Earth’s climate is determined by the amount of ________ __________ that different areas receive.
  31. 31. BELL QUIZ OCTOBER 6-7, 2011 1. What biome is characterized by permafrost, low growing plants and is adjacent to the polar regions? 2. What biome is characterized by rich, loamy : soil. Herds of herbivores and primarily grasses and herbs (forbes)? 3. If you were blind-folded, strapped into a parachute and dropped into an unknown What could you identify that would assist you in figuring out where-in-the-world-you were located?
  32. 32. BELL QUIZ FOR SEPTEMBER 15, 2011 Using the following components recreate the phosphorous cycle, connecting land and water environments.  Plants (land and water)  Animals & animal waste (on land and aquatic environments)  Decomposers (bacteria and fungi)  Soil soluble phosphates  Rocks and minerals  Phosphates in solution  Precipitates in water
  33. 33. BELL QUIZ SEPTEMBER 20-21 What is the trophic level  What is another (feeding level) that the beneficial product that single celled Dunelia produces for the algae, Dunellia salina Great Salt Lake? (1) and Dunnelia veredis Hint: Consider the occupies in the Great products of Salt Lake? Hint: i.e. photosynthesis! producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers etc.) What primary consumer eats Dunelia as their main food source? (2)
  34. 34. BELL QUIZ Due to the length of lab and the scientific paper project there will be no bell work. However, please complete your Daily Syllabus. Thank you. Miss Goldberry
  35. 35. BELL QUIZ SEPTEMBER 26-27, 20111.How are producers dependent upon animals and decomposers? Briefly explain. (2)2.Which of the following materials: vermiculite, water or salt, will create a limiting factor for the plants growth. Explain briefly (2)3. ______________ may be stunted or inhibited by the presence of ______________in the water added to the plants. (salt, water, germination)
  36. 36. BELL QUIZ SEPTEMBER 28-29 Many scientists are greatly concerned about the large quantity of carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere by human activities. Predict an adverse affect of a warming earth upon the water cycle. THINK: Precipitation, condensa tion, etc….
  37. 37. HYPOTHESIS FOR OUR AQUATIC ECOLOGYLAB There will be greater biodiversity in natural aquatic ecosystems rather than artifical. Moreover, there will be no difference in biodiversity between saline and fresh water ecosystems.
  38. 38. BELL QUIZ OCTOBER 3-4 Earth’s currents carry _________water to the poles. As the water _______, it sinks toward the ocean floor and moves towards the_________. Biomes are classified primarily by their_________.
  39. 39. BELL QUIZ OCTOBER 27, 2011 Landscape workers at a local golf course regularly apply fertilizer. When the temperatures increase in early summer, the water becomes olive green. Describe what event has occurred and three water quality tests you could use to clarify the water quality challenge? What do the contents of an owl pellet tell scientists?
  40. 40. BELL QUIZ-OCTOBER 28-31 What are the two most abundant elements on our planet? What do you call a scientific summary written prior to the introduction? What Kingdom of Life does the Headless Horsemans pumpkin-head belong within?
  41. 41. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 1-2 What bond-types are present in the meteorites` found in the Arizona desert?DEFINE THE FOLLOWING BOND TYPES Metal+Metal=____ Non-metal + metal=____ Non-metal + non- metal=____. What bond type is present in marshmellows and corn syrup?
  42. 42. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 3--4 What does the pH Draw the levels of scale measure? organization and relationship between: What is the optimum Protons, neutrons, electr pH range of the Virgin ons, elements (matter) River? and atoms. What are two things people can do to increase bees in their urban communities ?
  43. 43. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 6-7, 2011Consider He (Helium)Atomic number?Atomic mass?Number of electrons=Number of neutrons = Atomic mass – This photo was taken by Alchemist-hp.Helium is the second lightest element and is the second most abundant element in the observable universe.
  44. 44. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 8-9, 2011Consider this: The  Match the following number of protons bond types observed in identifies the atom. living systems to the Using a periodic chart bond strengths answer the following a.strong b.weak questions: c.partially weak. An atom with 6 protons 1. ionic bonds_______ =  2. hydrogen bonds____ An atom with 8 protons  3. covalent bonds____ = An atom with 20 protons =
  45. 45. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 10-11  Cl has a mass # of 35 and an atomic # of 17  p+ =  no =  e- =  K has a mass # of 39 and an atomic # of 19  P+ =  no =  e- =  ANWSERS ARE ON THE FOLLOWING SLIDE. HAVE A STUDENT ASSIST THE CLASS! Biology Smartie Moment!
  46. 46. ANSWERS FOR 11/11/11 BELL QUIZ  Cl= CHLORINE DEAR CLASS 3rd and 4th:  p+ = 17 Please show respect and  no = 35-17=18 “Coyote Quiet” to Ms. Nancy. She is aware of  e- = 17 the REFOCUS forms, and knows you K=Potassium are all wonderful and  p+ = 19 capable of being quiet  no = 39-19=20 and respectful.  e- = 19 Best always Ms. Goldberry
  47. 47. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 12, 2011 COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING CHART. Particle Charge Mass # Location symbolElectron 0 Electron cloudProton 1 NucleusNeutron 1 Nucleus
  48. 48. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 14- 151.What percentage of earth’s water supply is found inocean’s?2.Most animals are composed of _____percentage ofwater.3.Draw a water molecule.4. Draw an atom of carbon, include the protons, neutronsand electrons. Recall the following information about thesub-shellsElectrons are arranged in Energy Levels or Shellsaround the nucleus of an atom.
  49. 49. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 16-17, 2011Match the following as being either homogenous or heterogenous mixtures/solutions. NaCl Water= Cobble + sand= Blood= Herbal tea= Coca-Cola=The element ________is predominantly found in organic and macromolecules.
  50. 50. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 18-21, 2011 Briefly explain the process of adhesion and cohesion with water molecules. When capillary tubes are submerged into oil the results are different. Draw a diagram and briefly explain why?
  51. 51. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 22, 2011 What sugar were you testing for in lemonade, pectin, spin ach and buttermilk solutions? What regant did you add to the solution to check for this sugar? Why is sucrose called a disaccaride? Photo Credit: Mckenzie Shettel, DHHS
  52. 52. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 28-29, 2011 List the four most biologically important macromolecules HINT: CLPN What type of macromolecules would you expect to find within the nucleus of all cells ? (HINT: deoxyribosenucleic acid)
  53. 53. BELL QUIZ NOVEMBER 30-DEC 1Answer the next two questions considering the following molecule6H2O1.The subscript tells you how many ___of a particular element are in a compound.2.The coefficient tells you about the _______, of the _______, of molecules in a compound.3.Organic catalysts are called______.
  54. 54. BELL QUIZ DECEMBER 2, 2011Match the letter to the correct macromolecule:1.Provides energy for organisms.2.Does not dissolve in water.3.Communicates genetic information  A.carbohydrate  B.Lipid  C.Nucleic acid  D.Protein Enzymes in an apple speed a reaction called oxidation, producing dark colored fruit. In lab we investigated solutions that slowed enzymatic browing. What treatement was the most successful? Boiling water, club soda, lemon juice or tap water.
  55. 55. BELL QUIZ DECEMBER 12, 2011  Identify whether the Kingdoms are prokaryotic or eukaryotic. ANIMALIA, PROTISTA, FUNGI, PLANTAE, MO NERA  What organelle is the site of photosynthesis?  Describe how many cell layers thick, are the plasma membrane?
  56. 56. BELL QUIZ DECEMBER 15-16, 2011 Define diffusion: What is selective permeability and how is it important to the plasma membrane? What happened to the Elodea leaf when placed in 25% NaCl Solution?
  57. 57. DECEMBER 16-19, 2011 Which is not a factor that affects the rate of diffusion? A.conductivity B.concentration C.pressure D.temperature What is the property of the cell membrane that allows only certain substances to pass across?
  58. 58. BELL QUIZ FOR SEPTEMBER 17-19, 20111. What two factors mostly contributes to the heavy algae growth in the artificial pond?2. a. feces3. b. wind4. c. fish food5. d. Temperature2. What does algae do for an aquatic ecosystem?

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