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How are there so many different life forms

How are there so many different life forms


Diversity of life review guide: 

How are there so many different life forms

Expected diagrams ­ mitosis, meiosis, cell cycle, monohybrid and dihybrid Punnett squares 

1. How are there so many different life forms

2. How do we observe, understand, and organize them? 

3. Where do they fit in, and why should we care? 

4. Describe at least three examples of how biology is woven into the fabric of our society.  5. How do we tell the difference between science and other ways of trying to make sense of  nature? 

6. Compare discovery science and hypothesis­driven science. 

7. Distinguish science from other styles of inquiry.

8. Distinguish between a hypothesis and a theory. Explain why natural selection qualifies as a scientific theory.

9. Who is Charles Darwin? 

How do we observe, understand, and organize them?

10. Who is Jane Goodall?

11. Hypothesis­driven science is a formal process of inquiry that follows the scientific  method

12. What are the steps in scientific method?

13. What is a scientific theory, and how is it different from a hypothesis?  14. What is Heredity

15. Define Genetics

16. What is the difference between character and trait? Used examples 

17. What are hybrids

18. What is a genetic cross? 

19. Differentiate between P generation, F1 generation and F2 generation 

20. Distinguish between a Monohybrid cross and a A dihybrid cross. Apply the two Mendel’s principals associated with each  

21. What are alleles? What is the difference between dominant and recessive allele?  22. What is the difference between homozygous and heterozygous

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23. Construct a Punnett square with monohybrid and dihybrid crosses

24. describe the difference between a phenotype and a genotype

25. What does a gene locus mean?

26. Describe the law of independent assortment

27. What is a testcross: 

28. Describe wild­type traits  

29. What is a pedigree

30. Carriers are?

31. What is Parthenogenesis?

32. Most genes are located on the cell nucleus. A few genes are found in the mitochondria  and chloroplasts. Why? 

33. What are Chromosomes? Draw them. Why are they so important? 

34. Describe DNA replication and the formation of sister chromatids 

35. What is a centromere?

36. What is the cell cycle?  Don't forget about the age old question of beneception
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37. What are the steps of the cell cycle and what happens in each step? 38. What is mitosis? 

39. Draw and describe each step of mitosis 

40. What is cytokinesis? What is the difference between cytokinesis in animals and in plants? 41. What is cancer? Tumor? 

42. What are the two types of tumors?

43. What are the three main types of cancer treatment? We also discuss several other topics like muh 2019 fsu

44. What is meiosis? 

45. Compare and contrast mitosis and meiosis

46. Why is meiosis very important? 

47. What is the most important step in meiosis? Don't forget about the age old question of • Netflix offers 125,000+ DVD titles • Blockbuster carried ~3000…Why?
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48. Illustrate meiosis I and II ad describe what is happening in each stage.  49. Differentiate between sexual reproduction, asexual reproduction and parthenogenesis 

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