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How many bones does an eight year old have?
What is the role of glucose in the body?
What are three cell parts present in a cell that cannot be seen with a light microscope?
What is the habitat for the emu, including biotic and abiotic fatcors?
What is the difference between sex influenced/sex limited and sex linked inheritance?
Explain Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection.
Why do leaves of plants fall each year, especially during particular seasons?
Identify three examples of what would happen if the major body systems were not connected to work together.
During which phase of the cell cycle does the organelle replication take place?
How do the digestive, respiratory, and circulatory systems work together?
List 3 organelles present in plant cells but not found in animal cells.
When performing the starch test with variegated leaves what section of the leaf could serve as a control in this experiment and why?
Chimps and humans eat similar foods. What do you think could explain the differences between the maxillary angle, teeth, and palate of these two species?
what is the differents when we staining cheek cells with iodine and methylene blue?
Why is the nucleus the most important organelle in a cell? I need 3 supporting facts.
1) Describe the process of binary fission in prokaryotic cells
Why Do Multicellular Organisms Need A Transport System
what is the process by which starch is broken down into the smaller units?
Is a computer virus alive? Based on biology’s characteristics of living things, why or why not?
What are the levels of organization from atoms to organisms?
What is the importance of a fish's scales overlapping backwards?
What types of cells form epidermal tissue in plants? State the modifications in epidermal tissue in leaves, roots, desert plants, and older trees.
If you were to use the metaphor of your body as a city, what role would the blood and its vessels play?
What is the difference between spiders and reptiles?
How Does Mitosis Differ In Plant And Animal Cells
What are the 7 major land biomes? Please give the basic characteristics for each.
How did the Dodo bird extinction affect other animals?
Explain why mitosis could not provide for the sexual reproduction of offspring that contain the same number of chromosomes as the parents. MITOSIS
How many hair follicles does a human have?
Does a key necessarily have to be dichotomous? Explain.
What Happens In Each Phase Of Mitosis
Why do red blood cells swell and burst when placed in a hypotonic solution as water, and why don't humans burst when swimming in water?
What causes oxygen to diffuse from the lungs into the capillaries? A. Equal oxygen concentration in lungs and capillaries B. Oxygen concentration is lower in lungs C. Oxygen concentration is lower in capillaries D. Blood from pulmonary arteries is high in oxygen
Name and describe two plant structures essential for support?
Explain why the ultimate chemical nature of protoplasm cannot be determined.
How long are stingrays pregnant?
The concentration of NaCl in a cell is 0.09%. Suppose the cell is placed in each of the following NaCl solution how does its size change: a) 0.0009% NaCl b) 0.9% NaCl c) 0.01% NaCl d) 0.09% NaCl e) 9% NaCl
Can a bug /spider /moth climb up your nose and lay eggs, if so what would the symptoms be? What would happen if it did?
The gene for color blindness in humans is found on the X chromosome. A boy has a color-blind father. Will the boy be color blind? Explain
what is the basic building block of a nucleic acids
How do adaptations enable organisms to reduce competition for food and other resources?
A police officer has just stopped Bill on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. The officer asks Bill to walk the yellow line on the road and then asks him to place the tip of his index finger on the tip of his nose. Which part of the brain is being tested by these activities?
How do the four biological macromolecules differ from one another? Summarize what "clues" you use to distinguish between these important molecules
Describe the field of biology, and explain what biologists do.
How does the type of sugar (eg. Glucose, Lactos, Maltose and Fructose) affect the rate of fermentation in a yeast solution?
What is the balanced chemical equation for photosynthesis, and how is the process described in words?
In the case below, were the babies switched? How do you know whether they were or they weren’t?It was suspected that two babies had been exchanged in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jones received baby #1 and Mr. and Mrs. Simon received baby #2 Blood typing tests on the parents and the babies showed the following: Mr. Jones: Type A Mr. Simon: Type AB Mrs. Jones: Type O Mrs. Simons: Type O Baby #1: Type A Baby #2 Type O
How can the processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration be used to explain energy conversion?
can a protein contain both alpha helix and beta sheet?
Describe how cells differ from viruses in the following aspects: size and life cycle