Monthly Archives: October 2012

Topic 2 test answers

Find time to go through the Topic 2 test and make sure you understand where you went wrong.  Ask me after the break if you need anything explained further. Topic 2 Test Answers0001

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Building macromolecules

For today (10/19): Molecules of Life Building eMolecules.com

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Carbohydrates, lipids and proteins

Can you distinguish between organic and inorganic compounds? Can you identify carbohydrates, lipids and proteins from diagrams? [Specifically you must be able to recognize glucose, ribose, a generalized amino acid, and a fatty acid] Can you list 3 examples each … Continue reading

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Chemical elements and water

  Here is the syllabus outline for Topic 3.  Topic-3 syllabus-outline The first section has to do with chemical elements and water. What are the most frequently occurring chemical elements in living things? Why are calcium, sulfur, phosphorus, sodium and … Continue reading

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Topic 2 Review

UPDATED UPDATE: If you have oovoo it looks like that may work. I’ve created an oovoo account under the name “paulsonb” I’ve never used it but it took me about 12 seconds to register my name, so you can too! … Continue reading

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The Cell Cycle

Biology is the only subject where multiplication is the same as division Some questions to get us started… What is the cell cycle? Why do cells need to divide? How do cells divide? How is cancer related to the cell … Continue reading

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Mitosis

Here are  some of the questions we’ll be answering in this section: What is the cell cycle? What happens in each of the four stages of mitosis? What does mitosis have to do with cancer? Again, we’ll use this presentation … Continue reading

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