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These are notes from class, with a couple of colored coded illustrations. Very accurate to what Dr. Holder said in class!
Exam 1 includes Taxonomy, Systematics, Kingdoms Animalia, Fungi, and Plantae. This is a summary of those topics! Use in addition to the notes from weeks 1 and 2! Good luck on test day! Don't forget your student ID and don't use your phone during the exam (:
This is the first half of the material for exam 2 covering plants. It covers September 10 - 17. Part 2 will cover September 21 -29. If you have any questions, just shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll get back probably within the hour!
These are all the notes I have on material expected to be on exam 2! They're all about plants, their tissues, reproduction, anatomy, and physiology!
Okay so this covers Animal Form and Function along with 10 organ systems. A couple of them were covered by Dr. Williamson. Don't forget to bring your ID and a pencil! Good luck guys!
This is for our exam 4, or final exam! Starts with the respiratory system and ends with animal development! Good luck you guys!
Hey! So these are notes from the first week of class! They cover chapters 26-31.
These are all the notes that were covered during the first week of school. We left off in the middle of Kingdom Animalia, and I will include the entire Kingdom in next week's notes. Important terms are highlighted.
There were a whole lot of notes on Tuesday (Jan 19). I filled up nearly 8 notebook pages! I have a feeling there will be a lot more coming in the next class, so I decided to split Week 2 into two separate notes. I tried to be as detailed as possible as the lecture went really fast, and it may have been hard to write everything down. A majority of this information falls under Kingdom Animalia. Impor
Here is the rest of the notes that were taken this week. Important terms are highlighted.
Hey guys these notes cover everything that was discussed Tuesday and Thursday! I hope these help!
These notes cover most of what will be on our first exam on February 2nd. I'm posting early incase y'all want to get a headstart and I will post the last of it on Tuesday. If there is anything that needs to be cleared up, y'all are welcome to email me and I will answer any questions. I am usually very detailed. Hope this helps! Good luck!
This study guide leads the reader in the right direction for material most likely on the exam. I answer some of the questions myself but also leave some to the reader to find in the notes I have posted.
Hey guys! So this is the last day of notes for our class. It covers the last bit of material needed for our exam and figures are included to help.
This is the last section of notes that will be covered in the first exam. Class Mammalia is discussed as well as some exam tips for the first test. As always, important terms are highlighted.
Hey! So this is just a bundle of all of the notes I have posted for test 1.
This is a study guide for the first exam. The study guide includes all vocabulary/important terms plus an outline of everything that you will need to know for the test. Good luck!
Hey guys! So this study guide hits all the main points covered from the information for the upcoming test.
These are all the notes that cover exam 1!
These notes cover what are going to be on the first exam.
Hey guys! These notes are from Thursday Jan 28. They include all of the drawings from class. Warning: They are not the prettiest, but I tried my hardest! I hope these help!
These notes are from Thursday Feb 1! I hope the drawings are good and clear enough for you guys to understand!
These notes are the first part of Exam 2. They cover plant growth, the sexual cycle of angiosperms, and plant organs. Also included are pictures and diagrams of monocots vs. dicots that were gone over in class. Important terms are highlighted.
All notes and information relative to our first exam.
These notes cover everything about leaves and stems and begin talking about plant growth regulation. Diagrams are included. Important terms are highlighted.
These notes are the first part of what is going to be on exam 2!
These notes cover everything from this week of class from plant hormones to transportation of water and molecules. Important terms are highlighted. Diagrams are included.
Hey guys these are the notes from the week of Feb. 8! if there is anything that doesn't make sense, or is hard to understand (i.e. the drawings), just email me (email@example.com) and let me know! I hope these help!
Hey guys! So these are the notes from Feb. 15! I hope these are clear enough for you all to understand and I do apologize for any mistakes.
These are the final notes for the 2nd exam. They cover the flower sexual cycle. Diagrams and highlighted terms are included.
Here is the study guide for Exam 2! This covers all topics discussed in class. It includes a master vocabulary lists, and it details every topic that will appear on the test.
Hey! So like I did for test 1, this is the test 2 bundle which is basically all of my notes in one bundle. This has all the material needed for test 2! I hope this helps!
Hey guys! So this study guide hits all of the main points for the test. I hope it helps!
Hey! These notes are from Tuesday Feb 23. Hope these help!
These notes start the beginning of material for Exam 3. They cover types of tissues, and begin talking about the integumentary system. Important terms are highlighted.
Good Luck on Test 2 Guys!
These notes go over the entire Digestive System. Important terms are highlighted
Hey guys! These notes are from the week of march 1! I hope they help!
These notes cover everything about the nervous system. Important terms are highlighted. Brain and axon diagrams included.
These notes cover the skeletal system and begin the muscular system. Important terms are highlighted.
Notes from the past two weeks.
Hey! These are notes from the week of March 21st! Hope they help!
These notes cover the muscular system and the first part of the circulatory system.
This is the final set of notes for Exam 3 material. It finishes covering the Circulatory System. Important terms are highlighted.
Here is the study guide covering all the material for Exam 3. It includes all vocabulary words and things you should know for the test.
These notes begin the material for Exam 4. The cover the entire Respiratory System and cover the Urinary System up to kidneys. Important terms are highlighted; diagrams included.
Here is the MASSIVE Study Guide for Test Three. Good luck y'all!
These notes cover the rest of the Urinary System (structure of nephrons and differences in nephrons between vertebrates) and all of the Endocrine System. Important terms highlighted.
These notes cover the beginning of the reproductive system
These notes cover more of the Reproductive System including male and female organs and hormonal control and the start of animal development.
Good luck on the Final guys!
Here is the study guide for exam 4 covering Respiratory, Urinary, Endocrine, Reproductive Systems and Animal Development. All vocabulary words are included as well as a general outline of things to know.
The notes in this bundle cover the first exam. Slight portions of the notes are missing due to them being handwritten and unable to acquire the rest of the needed words. However, the book is important to use in this class as well, the notes missing easily found under the topic in the book.
This covers the first few chapters of Biology Two for the first exam. Mainly about the differences between eukaryotes and prokaryotes and delving further into the more specific topics such as classes
Just a test run. NOT NOTES!!
Parts of ch. 35 are the only missing notes
This is only partial study material for the exam 2. It will be another part uploaded shortly.
This is part 2 of the exam study material that I feel will be helpful to know.
This is part 1 of study material I feel will be good to know for the exam.
These are notes covered from the lecture that took place on 8/17/17
Introduction and Taxonomy and Diversity
Notes covering 8/22 and 8/24 lectures
These notes are from every class leading up to August 24th. I will post additional notes covering the material up to the test on September 12th.
Prokaryotes, Eukaryotes, and Plants
These are the class notes from August 31st and the last bit of material for Test 1!
Bio 2 lecture notes for 8/29 and 8/31
These are just SOME of the topics you should study for Holder's tests. They are the topics the SI leader focused on in her study guide. Make sure you study all of your notes and know all of the kingdoms and phyla in and out!
This study guide covers all material for the first test. In this study guide, I have included a blank copy and a copy with the answers in red. Personally, it really helps me to print out the blank copy and fill in the answers my self occasionally referring to the answer key.
These notes are covering majority of the high points.
These notes contain the material learned in lecture on 9/5/17 and 9/7/17. They include diagrams to help aid in understanding the material.
Hey guys I hope you had a great week! My name's Bettina and I want to sharing each weeks lecture notes with you guys in case you miss some material during a lecture. So here are all the notes from this
These notes are based on plants
These notes cover everything from the 9/14 lecture. These notes include diagrams for better understanding.
This is the study guide for exam 2 on 10/03/17. DO NOT only study these questions. Study your class notes in chunks.
This is the 'Introduction to Plants' notes. It covers the basic parts of an plant and its functions.
Hey guys here's this weeks lecture notes.
Along with next weeks notes I'll also be making a study guide for the upcoming exam so be on the lookout!
These notes cover the lecture notes of 9/19 and 9/21
Here is the last of the information that will be covered in Exam #2 next Tuesday. I will be uploading a study guide no later than Friday that will cover all of the information we've learned for the exam. If you guys have any questions regarding the notes, please let me know! Be on the look out for the study guide.
Plants and their functions
Notes for the lecture of 9/26. These notes are very detailed and contain diagrams.
Hey everyone so I made this document which is basically an accumulation of all the lecture notes in one to help prepare you for the exam. If you have any questions about it or have any feedback please let me know!
This study guide covers all the test 2 material.
These notes cover the lecture for 09/28
The start to test 3 notes, 13 pages for Friday the Thirteenth...
Notes for lectures 10/10 and 10/12
These are the class notes from last Thursday October 12, 2017.
These are the class notes from Tuesday, October 17, 2017.
These notes cover the material that was discussed in lecture on 10/17 and 10/19. These notes are very detailed and contains diagrams.
skin layer, different types of tissues, and the functions of the body
These are the class notes from Thursday, October 19th, 2017.
These are the class notes from Tuesday, October 24th, 2017. Holder ended our class early so we did not cover a lot of material
These are the last set of notes that'll be on the exam on November 7, I'll be uploading a study guide very soon!
types of tissues and body functions
This PDF covers all of the material that will be on exam 3 this upcoming Tuesday. Good luck to you all!
This is the start of information that will be on test #4.
This is the start to the last exam's material on Dec 4 @12pm.
These notes go over types of cells.
This is all of the material for Exam #3.
Including the endocrine system and the start to animal reproduction.
these notes cover the circulatory system
these notes cover over the urinary system
these notes cover over the endocrine and the animal reproduction
Hey classmates! These are the notes from Tuesday, November 21st, 2017! If you missed class on Tuesday because of Thanksgiving break, here are the notes!
This covers the final material for test 4 on December 4. Good luck to everyone!
These notes are ALL of the notes we have completed for test 4!
I went through my notes and typed out almost 100 questions for review for the final! If you have any questions about the answers, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy Studying!
These notes are what we covered in the last week of class.
These are topics that just breeze over what to know for your first exam
This is the first week of notes and will be on Exam 1
These notes cover Kingdom Animalia and will be a big part of our first exam
This is a study guide for Exam 1. I have highlighted some major things that he wanted us to focus on (i.e. phylums). Thanks!
These notes will be on Exam 2.
These notes cover plants and will be on Exam 2.
These notes cover what information will be on the first and second exams in BIO II
These notes will be on Exam 2. This is a historically hard test and will be on plants.
These notes will be on our test next week.
This is the study guide for exam 2.
These notes will be on our exam Tuesday
These notes will be on Exam 3.
These notes will be on Exam 3.
This study guide covers exam 3.
These notes will be on exam 4.
These will be on exam 4.
These notes will be on the final.
These notes are on the final.
These are the first set of notes for the first week.
These notes will help you prepare for test two.
Hey guys! These notes will cover what's going to be on exam 2!
These notes will cover what's going to be on exam 2
These notes will cover what's going to be on exam 2!
Hey guys! These notes will cover what's going to be on exam 2! Check it out!
Hey guys! These notes will cover exam two. Be sure to take a look at it!
Hey guys be sure to look over your notes for exam 2!
Exam two notes!
Exam two notes
Exam three notes and more to come!