5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Be able to complete a genetic cross and discuss the outcome
- Mitosis phase 4 (telophase)?
- DNA---- What is it and where is it located?
- Discuss the four parts of natural selection.
- a Overproduction- organisms may have many offspring but not all of them survive
Inherited Variation- every individual has its own combination of traits. Each organism is similar but not identical to its parents
Struggle to Survive- some organisms may get caught by predators. others may starve or get diseases. only some of them will survive to adulthood.
Successful Reproduction- the organisms that are best adapted to their environment are likely to have many offspring that survive.
- b look on pg. 181 in science textbook for an example
- c A nuclear membrane forms around each set of chromosomes, and the chromosomes decondense. Mitosis is complete.
- d DeoxyriboNucleic Acid is the hereditary material that directs all cell activities, including the making of new cells. It's located in the nucleus of the cell.
- e the entire genetic makeup of an organism
5 Multiple choice questions
- one of the alternative forms of a gene (that governs a characteristic)
- germination- sprouting
pollination- The transfer of pollen from the male to female
- tells us if the two organisms are similar or related, and also helps us find common ancestor
5 True/False questions
What determines the boundaries for eras? → the boundaries usually correspond to significant changes in the Earth's history. Most boundaries are defined by the appearance or disappearance of a significant number of species
How is a gymnosperm different from an angiosperm? → gymnosperm- nonflowering
Branching Diagram → a plant that has specialized tissues that conduct materials from one part of the plant to another.
Green color in plants comes from? → Chlorophyll
What are the 3 independent lines of evidence that provide the basis for the theory of evolution? → Rocks- organisms buried by sediment. The fossils are preserved when sediment hardens to form sedimentary rock.
Amber- organisms get caught in sticky tree sap. sap hardens to form amber and then the fossil is preserved.
Ice- organims fall or die in water, and become preserved fossils when the water freezes and becomes ice.
Asphalt- pools of sticky asphalt trap and preserve organisms to make fossils
petrification- when an organism's tissues are replaced with minerals