Biology EOC Review. Table of Contents. Goal 1: Scientific Method Goal 2: The Chemistry of Life Goal 3: Genetics & Heredity Goal 4: Unity & Diversity of Life Goal 5: Ecological Relationships. Goal 1: Experimental Design.
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Smithers thinks that a special juice will increase the productivity of workers. He creates two groups of 50 workers each and assigns each group the same task (in this case, they're supposed to staple a set of papers). Group A is given 1 cup of the special juice to drink while they work. Group B is given 1 cup of water. After an hour, Smithers counts how many stacks of papers each group has made. Group A made 2,113 stacks, Group B made 1,587 stacks.
What is the importance of chemical signals between cells? Give one example.
The water will move to from the right side of the tube to the left side of the tube. Water diffuses from areas of high concentration of water to areas of low concentration of water. The water level on the left side of the u tube will go up.
A. All of their daughters will be colorblind.
B. The mother is a carrier of the color blindness gene.
C. White rat.
D. Homozygous black rat
What is an amniocentesis?
What are some ethical implications and dangers of biotechnology?
Contrast abiogenesis and biogenesis with experiments to support both.
What did Louis Pasteur contribute to our understanding of the origins of life?
What are the reproductive adaptations that offered the most success to animals?
What are the reproductive adaptations that offer the most success to plants?
What are some adaptations that allow plants to survive on land as compared to water?
What are some adaptations that allow animals to survive on land as compared to water?
Explain how certain animal behaviors such as courtship and other behaviors may have evolved.
How much energy is passed from one trophic level to the next in an ecosystem? What happens to the rest?
How has an increased human population impacted acid rain production, habitat destruction and the introduction of non-native (exotic) species?
What are some factors that influence birth/death rates in the human population?
If all of these were increased then it would have a negative impact on natural resources in the environment.
What effect can a buildup of pesticides have on the environment over a long term? (bioaccumulation or bioamplification)
What effect can pesticides have on organisms they weren’t intended to affect?
What are some biologic alternatives to chemical pesticides? What are the pros and cons?