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WEEK 1 You have 10 seconds to name…
Who Discovered the Cell?. Prior to scientific research: – People thought disease was caused and cured by supernatural beings.
To protect your eyes Measures mass in grams Glassware used to heat and store a substance.
The scientist collected _______ of some germs that could make people sick. a) observerobserverb) specimensspecimensc) eruptederuptedd) scouredscoured.
Desert Soils. Deserts can be HOT or COLD. But they are all very DRY. All deserts have more evaporation then rainfall. Deserts cover 20-35% of the Earth’s.
NAME THE PLANT PART Take in water and nutrients from the soil.
Parts of a Microscope Unit 1-3 Notes Mr. Hefti – Pulaski Biology.
Microscopes Seeing Small!!!. Microscope – (small/look) a device used to observe and examine things too small to see by eye a device used to observe and.
Chapter 1. Cells??? Cells were discovered in 1655 by Robert Hooke From the study of different organisms, a cell theory was developed. This theory.
Unit 5 ● Week 4 wondered Key Words. Unit 5 ● Week 4 season Key Words.
Introduction to Biology Course Overview Adapted from Cheryl Massengale at biologyjunction.com and class notes.
Microscopes. Do NowSeptember 22th What is a microscope? Why is a microscope such an important tool when studying biology?
Pg. 525 #13: A milk processor monitors the number of bacteria per milliliter in raw milk received at the factory. A random sample of 10 one-milliliter.
Locard’s Exchange Principle “When a person comes into contact with an object or another person, a cross- transfer of physical evidence can occur.”
Unit 2 Week 5 Key Words. Unit 2 Week 5 damages Key Words.
Qwizdom Review Questions Week 2. Example Exam Question, p.18 A new method of measuring phosphorus levels in soil is under consideration. A sample of 11.
Unit 5 Week 4 reef Key Words. Unit 5 Week 4 partnership Key Words.
The Microscope. Learning Objectives By the end of this topic, you will be able to: 1.Name the parts of the microscope and their functions. 2.Use the microscope.
Exploring the Microscope. Microscope: an instrument used to magnify small objects so that they can be seen much better than with your eye.
MICROSCOPE DESIGN. beam expander and objective Why do we need a beam expander? What facts about the laser do we need to know? How much expansion do we.
Monday, October 3, 2011 Materials Triple beam balance Light microscope Dissecting microscope Slides and cover slips Petri dishes Pipettes Paper towels.
Sec. 4- Tools and Procedures Metric system-decimal system of measurement whose units are based on certain physical standards –Scaled on multiples of ten.
Acid Mine Drainage. Microorganisms and Metal Toxicity microorganisms can modify toxicity of metals differing sensitivities of multicellular organisms.
CELLS Smallest unit of life that can carry out all the functions of an organism.
Reproduction! Asexual Reproduction –involves only 1 parent –offspring genetically identical to parent –involves regular body cells –It’s quick Sexual Reproduction.
Pollen Analysis. Pollen and Spores objectives distinguish between and explain how pollen and spore evidence can be used in crime investigation define.
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General Biology lab Microscope. –is an instrument used to view small samples or object. Type of microscope: 1.Light microscope Use visible light which.
Introduction Forensic palynology—a specialized field that studies pollen and spore evidence o Pollen and spores are microscopic reproductive structures.
Biology of genetic engineering Host cell types. Host cell types 1. Prokaryotic hosts; such as E. coli 2. Eukaryotic hosts; range from microbes, such as.
The Blooming Desert: Bacteria and Wildflowers Paula R. Gossard July 27, 2005.
Eyepiece (Ocular Lens) Body Tube Revolving Nosepiece Arm Objective Lens Stage Stage Clips Coarse Adjustment Knob Fine Adjustment Knob Base Diaphragm Light.
Ecology The relationship among organisms and their environment.
3.1 Community Ecology. Vocabulary List community limiting factor tolerance ecological succession primary succession climax community secondary succession.
MICROSCOPES Unit 1 – Intro to Science Types of Microscopes.
Slide 1 Laboratory Equipment. Slide 2 Beaker Holds and measures liquids.
Ecological Succession. Sudden Changes Sudden changes can occur in ecosystems in a many ways o Forest Fire o Volcanic Eruptions Often times, this is very.
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Types Of Microscopes. Compound light microscope 2 or more lenses Light travels through objects Must be thin, semi transparent Up to 2000x magnification.
Lab: Cells. Slide 2 What will we be looking at under a microscope in this lab? Bacteria Cells Plant Cells Animal Cells.
I. Trace evidence= Physical evidence found at a crime scene in small but measurable amounts Examples: hair, glass, fibers, paint, pollen, gunshot.
Seeds and Growing Plants Workbook of: _________________.
Looking at microbes in yoghurt. What are you looking at?
19.6 Ecology of Fungi KEY CONCEPT Fungi recycle nutrients in the environment.
Unit 2Cell Structure Microscopy Understanding what cells are Cell Types Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes Plant vs. Animal Cells Cell Organelles – “organs of.
Chapter 22: Plant Diversity Biology- Kirby. Chapter 22- Plant Diversity Plant- multicellular eukaryotes with cell walls made of cellulose. Plants are.
Things we Observed Things Scientists Use The Micro- scope Skills Scientists Use Things that Begin with C Misc
Freshwater By: Lauren Mullis This is a Map of Freshwater.
KINGDOM: PLANTAE Chapter Vocabulary Adaptation Alternation of generations Colonial Dicots Enclosed seeds Flowers fruit Leaves Monocots Multicellular.
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