# Week 5 – Day 2. OBJ 1 Whenever you see a table you look to see if there likely is a _________________.

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Week 5 – Day 2

OBJ 1 Whenever you see a table you look to see if there likely is a _________________

OBJ 1 Whenever you see a table you look to see if there likely is a PATTERN

OBJ 1 How would you figure out the average amount of crickets exiting a cave for 1 hour?

OBJ 1 How would you figure out the average amount of crickets exiting a cave for 1 hour? Count the crickets that leave in 15 minutes and multiply it by 4

OBJ 1 Why is the advertisement inaccurate? See out = Light must come in

OBJ 2 Draw the open circulatory system.

OBJ 2 VACUOLES = NUCLEUS =

OBJ 2 VACUOLES = (STORAGE) NUCLEUS = (GIVES ORDERS)

OBJ 2 Botanists cross a heterozygous (Pp) plant having purple flowers with a homozygous (pp) plant having white flowers. About what percentage of the offspring will have purple flowers?

OBJ 2 Botanists cross a heterozygous (Pp) plant having purple flowers with a homozygous (pp) plant having white flowers. About what percentage of the offspring will have purple flowers?

OBJ 2 Botanists cross a heterozygous (Pp) plant having purple flowers with a homozygous (pp) plant having white flowers. About what percentage of the offspring will have purple flowers?

OBJ 2 Botanists cross a heterozygous (Pp) plant having purple flowers with a homozygous (pp) plant having white flowers. About what percentage of the offspring will have purple flowers?

The cells of animals release energy through the process of —

The cells of animals release energy through the process of — RESPIRATION (breathing)

Why will knowledge of the human genome enable scientists to better understand proteins involved in human diseases?

Why will knowledge of the human genome enable scientists to better understand proteins involved in human diseases? DNA MAKES Proteins…..understand how they are made…understand more what they do

Fungi are different from plants in that fungi……?

The photograph above how a virus attacking a human T cell (immune cell). Which disease could result if many T cells are destroyed in this manner?

The photograph above how a virus attacking a human T cell (immune cell). Which disease could result if many T cells are destroyed in this manner? AIDS

U is closest to= V is closet to = X is closest to =

U is closest to= T V is closet to = W X is closest to = W

Liana plants are woody vines that grow on some trees in rain forests. These climbing plants are most likely adapted for —

GETTING THE SUNLIGHT

The number of organisms is generally smaller at the top than at the bottom because organisms at the top usually NEEDS MORE ENERGY

The number of organisms is generally smaller at the top than at the bottom because organisms at the top usually NEEDS MORE ENERGY

Some members of the pumpkin family produce roots capable of storing large amounts of water. Some of these roots have a mass of about 30 kg. In which type of environment are these plants most likely found? WHY? BIG ROOTS THAT STORE LOTS OF WATER…..DRY CONDITIONS…..think Camels

The birds eat the crickets the buffalos cause to fly up and the bison don’t bother the birds. What is the relationship?

COMMENALISM

A hypothesis that two organisms from different species are related to each other is best supported by —

A hypothesis that two organisms from different species are related to each other is best supported by — HOMOLOGOUS STRUCTURES

So when you find 2 animals with ___________________________ ___, then they are likely related somehow.

So when you find 2 animals with SAME HOMOLOGOUS STRUCTURES, then they are likely related somehow

What is a proper way to dispose of a solid produced during a chemical reaction? DESIGNATED CONTAINER….Don’t ASSUME….it can go down sink or go in trash…….

What 2 things do you know from this picture?

Volume = SAME

What 2 things do you know from this picture? Volume = SAME Regular = MORE DENSE

What is a step in the digestive process that is a physical change?

CHEWING…… ABSORBING WATER…..

IF SOLID FORMED =

1 product is INSOLUBLE

When copper and oxygen chemically unite, they form — When 2 oxygen molecules combine together, they form a?

When copper and oxygen chemically unite, they form — COMPOUND When 2 oxygen molecules combine together, they form a?

When copper and oxygen chemically unite, they form — COMPOUND When 2 oxygen molecules combine together, they form a? GAS Diatomic MOLECULE

Why does this violate the conservation of mass?

Why does this violate the conservation of mass? DOES 1 make 2?

Why does the spacecraft keep going if it loses its fuel……

OBJECTS in motion stay in motion unless a force acts on it

If a 2.0 kg mass is moving at a constant velocity of 15 m/s, what is its momentum in kg · m/s?

When all the colors are mixed together it is _________ light and the strawberry under _________ light looks ________

When all the colors are mixed together it is WHITE light and the strawberry under WHITE light looks RED

Heat energy is transferred from the hot end of a metal wire to the cool end through — Conduction = transfer through _________________ Convection = transfer through _________________

OBJ 5 Heat energy is transferred from the hot end of a metal wire to the cool end through — Conduction = transfer through TOUCHING

OBJ 5 Heat energy is transferred from the hot end of a metal wire to the cool end through — Conduction = transfer through TOUCHING Convection = transfer through FLOWING ( GASES/liquids MOVING)

When a car suddenly stops at a red light, a book lying on the car seat slides forward. WHY does the book continue to move forward?

OBJ 5 When a car suddenly stops at a red light, a book lying on the car seat slides forward. WHY does the book continue to move forward? INERTIA

OBJ 5 The velocity of a 40 kg object increases from 20 m/s to 30 m/s in 2 seconds. What is the acceleration of the object during these 2 seconds?

OBJ 5 The velocity of a 40 kg object increases from 20 m/s to 30 m/s in 2 seconds. What is the acceleration of the object during these 2 seconds?

OBJ 5 The velocity of a 40 kg object increases from 20 m/s to 30 m/s in 2 seconds. What is the acceleration of the object during these 2 seconds?

OBJ 5 The velocity of a 40 kg object increases from 20 m/s to 30 m/s in 2 seconds. What is the acceleration of the object during these 2 seconds?

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