How to study for your evolution test – 2012!

For the Biology I students, here’s a list of what to study for your evolution test:

  • Museum Quiz/Ocean Hall Assignment
  • All lab/activities
    • Candium lab;
    • Pasteur/germ theory videos;
    • The yogurt lab – and making yogurt;
    • Cell type POGIL
    • Bacteria readings
    • The viewing guide for “Great Transformations;”
    • The Ocean Hall Assignment;
    • The Butterfly lab;
    • The evidence of evolution lab;
    • Galapagos finch challenge and graphs;
    • Antibiotic resistant bacteria handout;
    • Antibiotic resistant bacteria video;
    • “Mysteries that hunt and howl” article;
    • Cladogram activity.
  • Test Review Jeopardy: See attached!

testreviewjeopardyevolution_2011.ppt

How to study for your ecology test 2012

  • Quizzes: Food chains and energy; populations;
  • All lab/activities:
    • Making food chains lab;
    • Sampling and invasive species lab;
    • Control of populations lab;
    • Symbiosis activity;
    • Succession scavenger hunt;
    • Chesapeake Bay mapping and water quality testing
  • Test review jeopardy: Click testreviewjeopardyecology!
  • All assigned reading/notes
    • Principles of Ecology and biotic and abiotic factors: 35-41
    • Roles in ecosystems; symbiosis: 42-45
    • Food chains and food webs: 46-52 (up to “cycles”)
    • Succession: 67-69 (not assigned, but for your reference!)
    • Population Growth: 91-93, diagram on 94
    • Factors affecting population growth: 96-99
    • Counting populations: 104-105
  • Videos:

How to Study for Your Evolution Test

For the Biology I students, here’s a list of what to study for your evolution test:

  • Museum Quiz/Ocean Hall Assignment
  • All lab/activities
    • Candium lab;
    • Pasteur/germ theory videos;
    • The yogurt lab – and making yogurt;
    • Making bacteria models
    • Bacteria readings
    • The viewing guide for “Great Transformations;”
    • The Ocean Hall Assignment;
    • The Butterfly lab;
    • The evidence of evolution lab;
    • Galapagos finch challenge and graphs;
    • Antibiotic resistant bacteria handout;
    • Antibiotic resistant bacteria videos
    • "Mysteries that hunt and howl" article;
    • Mammal classification cladograms
  • Test Review Jeopardy: See attached!

testreviewjeopardyevolution_2011.ppt

How to study for your ecology test

  • Quizzes: Food chains and populations
  • Ecology notes: ecology_2011
  • All lab/activities:
    • Making food chains lab;
    • Sampling and invasive species lab;
    • Control of populations lab;
    • Symbiosis activity;
    • Succession scavenger hunt;
    • Chesapeake Bay mapping and water quality testing
  • Test review jeopardy: Click testreviewjeopardyecology_2011!
  • All assigned reading/notes
    • Principles of Ecology and biotic and abiotic factors: 35-41
    • Roles in ecosystems; symbiosis: 42-45
    • Food chains and food webs: 46-52 (up to “cycles”)
    • Succession: 67-69
    • Population Growth: 91-93, diagram on 94
    • Factors affecting population growth: 96-99
    • Counting populations: 104-105
  • Videos:

HOW TO REVIEW FOR YOUR FINAL – 2011

How to review for your final – 2011

FINALS SCHEDULE – All science finals will occur on June 2nd in the morning!

How to Study for Your Cell Energetics Test

Here’s what to study for your cell energetics test!

  • Review Jeopardy! testreviewjeopardy_cell_energetics_2011
  • Cell Energetics Notes: Click cells_energy_recovered
  • Look over the following activities:

    To review, you can look over the following pages in your textbook. The focus of the test will be what we reviewed in class.

    • ATP: 221-224
    • Enzymes: 160-163
    • Photosynthesis: 225-230
    • Leaf and stem structure: 616-620
    • Flower structure: 641-43, 646-651 (focus on what we reviewed in class)
    • Respiration: 231-237
    • Structure of Carbohydrates: 158-159

AP FRQs for AP BIOLOGY

AP biology penguins,

Here’s a word document (ap_frq_options_midterm_2011) containing 6 POTENTIAL FRQs for tomorrow’s midterm. TWO of these will appear on your test.

Thanks,

Ms. Bergman

How to study for your midterm – Biology

Below is the PRELIMINARY guide to studying for your biology midterm.

1. How to study: Ecology.

2. How to study: Evolution

3. How to study: Chemistry and Cells

Here’s what to review for your test:

  • Class notes: https://biowithoutwalls.com/notes/
  • The packet/chemistry notes and reading.
  • Properties of water lab.
  • Virtual microscopy assignment. (TWF only)
  • Microscopy lab.
  • Organelle chart.
  • Cell size lab.
  • Selective permeability and osmosis lab.
  • Cell membrane models.
  • Cell transport activity (passive and active transport).
  • The following readings (already assigned!): bonding – 141-8; water – 152-3; diffusion 154-6; Membranes: 175-178; osmosis/transport – 195-203 (Up to “Cell reproduction”)
  • Quizzes – Chemistry/bonding; properties of water; organelles; diffusion and selective permeability.
  • The Jeopardy! review program: testreviewjeopardy_cell_membranes_2010_2011

How to Study For Your Evolution Test

For the Biology I students, here’s a list of what to study for your evolution test:

  • All quizzes – History of Life on Earth Quiz; Museum Quiz/Ocean Hall Assignment; Evolution by Natural Selection; Evidence of Evolution.
  • All lab/activities
    • Candium lab;
    • The Miller-Urey Web lab and Pasteur/germ theory videos;
    • The yogurt lab – visualizing bacteria and making yogurt;
    • The viewing guide for “Great Transformations;”
    • The Ocean Hall Assignment;
    • The Butterfly lab;
    • The evidence of evolution lab;
    • Galapagos finch challenge and graphs;
    • The alien fruit lab;
    • The cladogram activity;
    • The origins of bipedalism handout;
    • Becoming Human viewing guide.

How to Study for Your Ecology Test

  • All quizzes – Food chains; populations and ecology
  • Ecology notes: https://biowithoutwalls.com/notes/
  • All lab/activities: Making food chains; estimating population size; looking at population growth; symbiosis; succession; tragedy of the commons; predator-prey graphing (TFIV)
  • Test review jeopardy: Click testreviewjeopardyecology_2010!
  • All assigned reading/notes
    • Principles of Ecology and biotic and abiotic factors: 35-41
    • Roles in ecosystems; symbiosis: 42-45
    • Food chains and food webs: 46-52 (up to “cycles”)
    • Succession: 67-69
    • Population Growth: 91-93, diagram on 94
    • Factors affecting population growth: 96-99
    • Counting populations: 104-105
  • Links:
    Food chain video: You have to sign up for a free trial.
    Symbiosis videos:
    Mutualism
    Parasitism
    Commensalism
    Succession video
    Tragedy of the commons video