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Biology Spring Semester


Extra Credit Quizzes

Directions: To earn Extra Credit take the linked quizzes below during the appropriate time frame.

Score 100% on the quiz. Print the page with your score of 100% (NOT the entire quiz), write your name on it, make no other marks on it, and turn it in at the start of class during the time period when it is due.

To use the print screen function (if you have trouble printing a score box), press "Print Screen" on the upper right hand of your keyboard, then paste that into a Word document and print. Please do not email quiz results to me.

If the due date falls during an absence, weekend or school holiday, please make sure you have submitted the quiz PRIOR to that date in order to earn credit.

 
 

Topic: Inheritance (Genetics)

Due Date: 1/1 – 1/21

SB2. Students will analyze how biological traits are passed on to successive generations.

c. Using Mendel’s laws, explain the role of meiosis in reproductive variability.

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Mendel and Meiosis

Inheritance

Genetics

Punnett Squares

Patterns of Heredity and Human Genetics

Dihybrid Crosses

Human Genetic Traits

Mendel in My Family

Multiple Alleles & Sex-Linked Traits

Reebop Genetics

What the Heck are Genotype and Phenotype?

Genetics Video Lessons

Constructing a Pedigree

Making & Reading Karyotypes

GIZMO:Inheritance

GIZMO: Mouse Genetics 2 traits

ABO Blood type Notes

Genetics Crib Sheet

Blood Typing Game

Human Genetics Traits Lab

I’m My Own Grandpa

DNA From the Beginning

Drag and Drop Genetics

Pea Experiment

Genetics Practice Problems

Are You My Blood Type?

Sex-Linked Traits Animation 1, 2

Virtual Fruit Fly Lab

Punnett Squares Lab

Remediation Videos:

Basic Genetics (New Tour of the Basics)

What is DNA and How Does it Work?

What is DNA? - Basics of DNA

Acceleration Videos:

PBS Nova: Ghost in your Genes

Nova: Cracking Your Genetic Code

Cracking the Code Of Life | PBS Nova | 2001

Can We Live Forever

HHMI DNA Resources

 
 
 

Topic: Microorganisms (Bacteria, Protists, Fungi)

Due Date: 1/21-2/7

SB3. Students will derive the relationship between single-celled and multi-celled organisms and the increasing complexity of systems.

b. Compare how structures and function vary between the six groups (archaebacteria, eubacteria, protists, fungi, plants, and animals).

c. Examine the evolutionary basis of modern classification systems (archaebacteria, eubacteria, protists, fungi, plants, and animals).

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Protists

Prokaryotes

Fungi

Viruses and Bacteria

Viruses

Protists 2

Fungi 2

Taxonomy
Taxonomy (harder)

Bacteria
Bacteria (harder)

Protists
Protists (harder)

Viruses
Viruses (harder)

Bacteria & Mold Collecting Lab

Biology of Viruses & Bacteria Video WS

Bacteria Coloring WS

Domain/Kingdom Book

Virus Chart

Protist Coloring WS

Virus vs Bacteria Venn

GIZMO:Virus Lytic Cycle

Fungi Coloring WS

Mushroom Dissection

Itty Bitty City

Pond Protist Lab

Comparative Protists Venn

Protist Classification

Making Vaccines Game

Biotoon Bacteria

Virtual Museum of Bacteria

Pond Life Digital Videos

Protist Movies

Fungus

O, Bacteria

Pandemic

Discover Your Microbe Personality: Which Microbe Are You?

Biology Detective Game

Virtual Pathology Lab

Microbes Comic Coloring Book

Bacteria, Protist & Fungi Chapter & Flipbook

Making a Cladogram from DNA

Building the Tree of Life

Remediation Videos:

Microorganisms | The Dr. Binocs Show

The Invisible Universe Of The Human Microbiome

TedEd: You are your microbes

Acceleration Videos:

Virus Explorer (Interactive)

The Ebola Wars: Case Study

 
 

Microbe Scavenger Hunt:

Now that we have learned about molecular and microbiology, and other biology that we cannot see, it is finally time for macrobiology, and the living organisms that we CAN see.So it’s time to collect some specimens.

1. Bacterial collection.

Get a slice (or piece) of bread. Fresh bread with no preservatives is best. Moisten your bread with some water (it should not be soggy and dripping, but should feel moist to the touch).

Wipe your moistened bread on an outside surface. Wipe both sides.

Place your bread in a sealed ziplock bag.

Keep your bread in a dark and dry place (like under your bed) for a week.

2. Protist collection.

Find a local pond. (You need a body of standing water. Streams—even slowly moving ones—move too fast and puddles have not been around long enough).

Use a bottle (water bottles work well) to scoop up some water WITH sediment (leaves/plant matter/sludge from the bottom of the pond). Bottles with lids/caps work best for transporting.

Let your bottle sit open in a warm and sunny place (like a kitchen windowsill) for a week.

3. Fungus collection.

Collect a mushroom or bracket fungus from a lawn, a hiking trail, or a tree.

Place in a paper bag.

Extra Credit: Make a spore print. Directions may be found at
 
 

Bacteria & Mold Collecting Lab Extra Credit:

Take and print at least 3 time-lapse pictures of your bacterial growth. Choose at least 2 bacterial colonies and measure the diameter of the colony each day.

 

  • Graph the growth of your colonies with mm/day (title, x-axis, y-axis, units, key).
  • Calculate how many mm/day your colonies are growing (show your work). Is your growth linear or exponential?
  • Estimate how big your colony would be after 1 week (show your work)
  • If a bacteria can reproduce once every 20 minutes, how many bacteria would you have after 24 hours (show your work).

 

 
 

Topic: Plant Adaptations:

Due Date: 2/7-2/28

SB4. Students will assess the dependence of all organisms on one another and the flow of energy and mater within their ecosystem

e. Relate plant adaptations including tropisms to the ability to survive stressful environmental conditions

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Plants

Plant Processes

Plant Reproduction

Plants 2 (Chpt 29)

Plants 3 (Chpt 35)

Plants 4 (Chpt 36)

Plants 5 (Chpt 37)

Plants 6 (Chpt 38)

Plants 7 (Chpt 39)

Plants 8 (Chpt 40)

Plants 9 (Chpt 41)

Respiration and Photosynthesis

Mosses & Ferns
Introduction to Plants

Seed Plants
Seed Plants (harder)

Plant Scavenger Hunt

The Great Plant Escape

Flower Dissection

Seed Dissection & Growth

Comparing Vascular & Avascular Plants

GIZMO: Growing Plants

Comparing Monocot and Dicot Seeds

Plant Games

Plants in Motion

Plant Transpiration Lab

Remediation Videos:

Transpiration in Plants:Elearnin

Acceleration Videos:

Plant Transport Xylem and Phloem

       
 
 
 

Topic: Animal Adaptations & Behavior:

Due Date: 2/28-3/15

SB4. Students will assess the dependence of all organisms on one another and the flow of energy and mater within their ecosystem

f. Relate animal adaptations including behaviors to the ability to survive stressful environmental conditions

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Invertebrate Animals

Animal Classifications

Vertebrate Animals

Chapter 31 Quiz

Chapter 32 Quiz

Chapter 33 Quiz

Chapter 34 Quiz

“Lift-the Flap” Classification Flip Book, + 3 points to Helpful/Harmful Animal Book

Introduction to Animals

Sponges & Cnidarians

Flat & Round Worms

Mollusks & Annelids

Arthropods

Echinoderms

Fish

Amphibians

Reptiles

Birds

Mammals

Animal Comparative Phylum Chart

Comparative Chordate Chart

Helpful/Harmful Animal Book

Invert Animal Debate Checklist

Live Worm Lab

Worm Dissection

Graphing Fish Respiration

Amniotic Egg Coloring

Eaten Alive Video

Animal Crib Sheet

Virtual Frog Dissection

Virtual Worm Dissection

The Antlion Pit

Classifying Arthropods

Classifying Mammals

Virtual Fetal Pig Dissection

Evolution of the Heart

Helpful Animal Links:

The Shape of Life Videos

Animal Diversity Web

UCMP Taxon Lift

Ducksters Animals

Remediation Videos:

Acceleration Videos:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Biology Spring Semester
 

BB#5, BB#7, BB#12

Topic: Molecular Biology (DNA & RNA)

Due Date: 1/1-1/21

SB2a. Construct an explanation of how the structures of DNA and RNA lead to the expression of information within the cell via the processes of replication, transcription, and translation.

SB2b. Construct an argument based on evidence to support the claim that inheritable genetic variations may result from:

• new genetic combinations through meiosis

• non-lethal errors occurring during replication and/or

• heritable mutations caused by environmental factors

SB2c. Ask questions to gather and communicate information about the use and ethical considerations of biotechnology in forensics, medicine, and agriculture.

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Human Genetics

DNA and Genes

From Genes to Proteins

Genetic Technology

Chemistry of Gene

DNA Life’s Code

DNA Crossword

Biotechnology

DNA Model Project

GIZMO: Building DNA

GIZMO: Protein Synthesis

GIZMO: DNA Fingerprints

Tour of the Basics

Murder Rape & DNA Video Questions

Current DNA Article

Decoding a Message

DNA Workshop Internet Activity

DNA in My Food

Who Really Cares DNA

DNA Crib Sheet

Ghost in Your Genes Video WS

Cloning Controversy

Cracking the Code of Life

Lab Meat Video

Alien Chromosomes

Double Helix Game

Classifying Bacteria using Biotechnology Lab

Engineer an Organism

DNA and Genetic Mutations

Engineer a Crop

DNA Fingerprinting: You Be the Judge

Nucleotides Game

Remediation Videos:

What is DNA & How Does it Work?

From DNA to Protein

Tour of the Basics

Acceleration Videos:

From DNA to Protein 3D

Protein Synthesis Interactive

Your Genome Video Shorts

Transcription & Translation: RNA Splicing

PBS Nova: Ghost in your Genes

       
 
 
 
 

BB#2, BB#6, BB#8

Topic: Inheritance (Genetics)

Due Date: 1/21 – 2/15

SB1b. Develop and use models to explain the role of cellular reproduction (including binary fission, mitosis, and meiosis) in maintaining genetic continuity.

SB3c. Construct an argument to support a claim about the relative advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction.

SB3a. Use Mendel’s laws to ask questions and define problems that explain the role of meiosis in reproductive variability.

SB3b. Use mathematical models to predict and explain patterns of inheritance.

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Mendel and Meiosis

Inheritance

Genetics

Punnett Squares

Patterns of Heredity and Human Genetics

Dihybrid Crosses

Human Genetic Traits

Mendel in My Family

Multiple Alleles & Sex-Linked Traits

Reebop Genetics

What the Heck are Genotype and Phenotype?

Genetics Video Lessons

Constructing a Pedigree

Making & Reading Karyotypes

GIZMO:Inheritance

GIZMO: Mouse Genetics 2 traits

ABO Blood type Notes

Genetics Crib Sheet

Biology in the News

Blood Typing Game

Human Genetics Traits Lab

I’m My Own Grandpa

DNA From the Beginning

Drag and Drop Genetics

Pea Experiment

Genetics Practice Problems

Are You My Blood Type?

Sex-Linked Traits Animation 1, 2

Virtual Fruit Fly Lab

Punnett Squares Lab

What is Hemophilia?

Remediation Videos:

Basic Genetics (New Tour of the Basics)

What is DNA and How Does it Work?

What is DNA? - Basics of DNA

Acceleration Videos:

PBS Nova: Ghost in your Genes

Nova: Cracking Your Genetic Code

Cracking the Code Of Life | PBS Nova | 2001

Can We Live Forever

HHMI DNA Resources

DNA Transcription & Translation

       
 
 

BB#10, BB#11

Topic: Microorganisms (Bacteria, Protists, Fungi)

Due Date: 2/15-2/28

SB4a. Construct an argument supported by scientific information to explain patterns in structures and function among clades of organisms, including the origin of eukaryotes by endosymbiosis.

Clades should include:

archaea

bacteria

eukaryotes

fungi

SB4b. Analyze and interpret data to develop models (i.e., Cladograms) based on patterns of common ancestry and the theory of evolution to determine relationships among major groups of organisms.

SB4c. Construct an argument supported by empirical evidence to compare and contrast the characteristics of viruses and organisms.

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Protists

Prokaryotes

Fungi

Viruses and Bacteria

Viruses

Protists 2

Fungi 2

Taxonomy
Taxonomy (harder)

Bacteria
Bacteria (harder)

Protists
Protists (harder)

Viruses
Viruses (harder)

Bacteria & Mold Collecting Lab

Biology of Viruses & Bacteria Video WS

Bacteria Coloring WS

Domain/Kingdom Book

Virus Chart

Protist Coloring WS

Virus vs Bacteria Venn

GIZMO:Virus Lytic Cycle

Fungi Coloring WS

Mushroom Dissection

Itty Bitty City

Pond Protist Lab

Comparative Protists Venn

Protist Classification

GIZMO: Spread of a Disease

Making Vaccines Game

Biotoon Bacteria

Virtual Museum of Bacteria

Pond Life Digital Videos

Protist Movies

Fungus

O, Bacteria

Pandemic

Discover Your Microbe Personality: Which Microbe Are You?

Biology Detective Game

Virtual Pathology Lab

Microbes Comic Coloring Book

Bacteria, Protist & Fungi Chapter & Flipbook

Making a Cladogram from DNA

Building the Tree of Life

Remediation Videos:

Microorganisms | The Dr. Binocs Show

The Invisible Universe Of The Human Microbiome

TedEd: You are your microbes

Acceleration Videos:

Virus Explorer (Interactive)

The Ebola Wars: Case Study

       

Microbe Scavenger Hunt:

Now that we have learned about molecular and microbiology, and other biology that we cannot see, it is finally time for macrobiology, and the living organisms that we CAN see.

So it’s time to collect some specimens.

1. Bacterial collection.

  • Get a slice (or piece) of bread. Fresh bread with no preservatives is best. Moisten your bread with some water (it should not be soggy and dripping, but should feel moist to the touch).
  • Wipe your moistened bread on an outside surface. Wipe both sides.
  • Place your bread in a sealed ziplock bag.
  • Keep your bread in a dark and dry place (like under your bed) for a week.

2. Protist collection.
  • Find a local pond. (You need a body of standing water. Streams—even slowly moving ones—move too fast and puddles have not been around long enough).
  • Use a bottle (water bottles work well) to scoop up some water WITH sediment (leaves/plant matter/sludge from the bottom of the pond). Bottles with lids/caps work best for transporting.
  • Let your bottle sit open in a warm and sunny place (like a kitchen windowsill) for a week.

3. Fungus collection.

 
 

Bacteria & Mold Collecting Lab Extra Credit:

  • Take and print at least 3 time-lapse pictures of your bacterial growth.
  • Choose at least 2 bacterial colonies and measure the diameter of the colony each day.
  • Graph the growth of your colonies with mm/day (title, x-axis, y-axis, units, key).
  • Calculate how many mm/day your colonies are growing (show your work). Is your growth linear or exponential?
  • Estimate how big your colony would be after 1 week (show your work)
  • If a bacteria can reproduce once every 20 minutes, how many bacteria would you have after 24 hours (show your work).

 
 

BB#10, BB#11

Topic: Plant Adaptations:

Due Date: 2/21-3/7

SB4a. Construct an argument supported by scientific information to explain patterns in structures and function among clades of organisms, including the origin of eukaryotes by endosymbiosis.

Clades should include:

plants

SB4b. Analyze and interpret data to develop models (i.e., Cladograms) based on patterns of common ancestry and the theory of evolution to determine relationships among major groups of organisms.

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Plants

Plant Processes

Plant Reproduction

Plants 2 (Chpt 29)

Plants 3 (Chpt 35)

Plants 4 (Chpt 36)

Plants 5 (Chpt 37)

Plants 6 (Chpt 38)

Plants 7 (Chpt 39)

Plants 8 (Chpt 40)

Plants 9 (Chpt 41)

Respiration and Photosynthesis

Mosses & Ferns
Introduction to Plants

Seed Plants
Seed Plants (harder)

Plant Scavenger Hunt

The Great Plant Escape

Flower Dissection

Seed Dissection & Growth

Comparing Vascular & Avascular Plants

GIZMO: Growing Plants

Comparing Monocot and Dicot Seeds

PLOP:Putting Down Roots

PLOP:Birds & the Bees

PLOP:Plant Politics

PLOP:Branching Out

PLOP:Living Together

PLOP:It’s a Jungle Out There

Plant Games

Plants in Motion

Plant Transpiration Lab

Remediation Videos:

Transpiration in Plants:Elearnin

Plant Structure: Think Garden

Acceleration Videos:

Plant Transport Xylem and Phloem

Plant Growth, Development and Response to Environment

Plant Diversity I: How Plants Colonized Land

Plant Diversity II: The Evolution of Seed Plants Activities Quiz

Plant Diversity II: The Evolution of Seed Plants

Plant Evolution Structure & Function

       
 
 
 
 

Plant Baby Album Extra Credit:

Collect authentic pictures from YOUR organisms to complete your Plant Baby Album. If you use any pictures from the Internet or outside source, it will invalidate ALL of your pictures for this assignment. Your album should show the complete life cycle of your plants as you observed them.

You may create it in a Baby Album format including a page or 2 for each stage of the life cycle below, OR you may make a collage of a circular life cycle including all of the following:

Seed

Germination

Seedling

Plant

Seed coat

Micropyle

Hilum

Include pictures from at least 2 bullets

Seed coat

Plumule

Radicle

Include labeled pictures from at least 2 bullets

Monocot/dicot

Stem

Roots

Include labeled pictures from at least 2 bullets

Roots

Root hairs

Stem

Leaf

Petiole

Node

Include labeled pictures from at least 3 bullets

# Days in this stage

# Days in this stage

# Days in this stage

# Days in this stage

Quantitative Observations

Quantitative Observations

Quantitative Observations

Quantitative Observations

Qualitative Observations

Qualitative Observations

Qualitative Observations

Qualitative Observations

Pictures should be labeled where appropriate, and should include the scientific names of all organisms involved.

BB#10, BB#11

Topic: Animal Adaptations & Behavior:

Due Date: 2/28-3/15

SB4a. Construct an argument supported by scientific information to explain patterns in structures and function among clades of organisms, including the origin of eukaryotes by endosymbiosis.

Clades should include:

animals

SB4b. Analyze and interpret data to develop models (i.e., Cladograms) based on patterns of common ancestry and the theory of evolution to determine relationships among major groups of organisms.

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Invertebrate Animals

Animal Classifications

Vertebrate Animals

Chapter 31 Quiz

Chapter 32 Quiz

Chapter 33 Quiz

Chapter 34 Quiz

Introduction to Animals

Sponges & Cnidarians

Flat & Round Worms

Mollusks & Annelids

Arthropods

Echinoderms

Fish

Amphibians

Reptiles

Birds

Mammals

Animal Comparative Phylum Chart

Comparative Chordate Chart

Helpful/Harmful Animal Book

Invert Animal Debate Checklist

Live Worm Lab

Worm Dissection

Graphing Fish Respiration

Amniotic Egg Coloring

Eaten Alive Video

Animal Crib Sheet

Virtual Frog Dissection

Virtual Worm Dissection

The Antlion Pit

Classifying Arthropods

Classifying Mammals

Virtual Fetal Pig Dissection

Evolution of the Heart

Remediation Videos:

Ducksters Animals

Acceleration Videos:

The Shape of Life Videos

Animal Diversity Web

UCMP Taxon Lift

       
 
 
 
 

BB#7, BB#17, BB#18, BB#19, BB#20,

Topic: Evolution & Classification

Due Date: 3/21-4/30

SB2b. Construct an argument based on evidence to support the claim that inheritable genetic variations may result from:

• new genetic combinations through meiosis

• non-lethal errors occurring during replication and/or

• heritable mutations caused by environmental factors

SB6a. Construct an explanation of how new understandings of Earth’s history, the emergence of new species from pre-existing species, and our understanding of genetics have influenced our understanding of biology.

SB6b. Analyze and interpret data to explain patterns in biodiversity that result from speciation.

SB6c. Construct an argument using valid and reliable sources to support the claim that evidence from comparative morphology, embryology, biochemistry, and genetics support the theory that all living organisms are related by way of common descent.

SB6d. Develop and use mathematical models to support explanations of how undirected genetic changes in natural selection and genetic drift have led to changes in populations of organisms.

SB6e. Develop a model to explain the role natural selection plays in causing biological resistance

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Organizing Life’s Diversity

The History of Life

The Origin of Species

The History of Life Review

The Origin and Early History of Life

Organizing Life’s Diversity Review

Evidence for Evolution

Diversity and Variation

Classification Quiz

Fossils Quiz

How Organisms Evolve

Evidence of Evolution WS

Shark Dichotomous Key

Variations & Natural Selection Lab

Evolution Game

Amino Acid Sequences

Current Evolution Article

99.99 The Problem with Antimicrobials

Evolution Crib

Natural Selection GIZMO

Making Cladograms

EvidenceforEvolutionActivity

Classifying Life Info Packet

Shark Dichotomous Key

What killed the Dinosaurs?

Explore Darwin’s Origin of Species

The Mating Game

Riddle of Bones

All in the Family Activity

Kingdom Speed Match Review

Quia Animal Classification Game

Inside a Cell
Interactive animal and plant cell

Dating & Identifying Dino Fossils

Natural Selection Lab

Lizard Natural Selection Virtual Lab

Remediation Videos:

Charles Darwin - The Theory Of Natural Selection

The Theory of Evolution (by Natural Selection) | Cornerstones Education

What is DNA & How Does it Work?

How to Build a Cladogram

Acceleration Videos:

Natural Selection - Crash Course Biology #14

Natural Selection and the Bacterial Resistance

Cladogram Construction

Constructing a Cladogram

Using Cladograms

12 Days of Evolution Video Series

       
 
 
 

Topic: Human Body Systems

Due Date: 4/21-5/1

SB4. Students will assess the dependence of all organisms on one another and the flow of energy and mater within their ecosystem

f. Relate animal adaptations including behaviors to the ability to survive stressful environmental conditions

Bonus Quizzes:

Extra Copies:

Fun Links:

Chapter 42

Chapter 43

Chapter 44

Chapter 45

Chapter 46

Chapter 47

Chapter 48

Chapter 49

Chapter 50

Human Body Project

GIZMO: Digestive System

Menstrual Cycle Graphing

Blood Pressure Lab

Digestive & Endocrine Systems

Medical Mysteries

Virtual Autopsy

Human Body & Mind

Endocrine Ed

Make a Mad, Mad Neuron

Immune System Game

Top 10 Amazing People With Real Super Powers

Stan Lee's Super humans: 10 Real People with Supernatural Powers

Remediation Videos:

TedEd: Why Do We Pass Gas

TedEd: How mucus keeps us healthy

Homeostasis

Acceleration Videos:

Stem Cell Based Therapies

       
 
 
 

Biology Spring Semester Review

Due Date: 4/21-1 day before End of Course Test

 

Bonus Quizzes: Score at least 80% on the following quizzes, print the score page, put your name on them and submit them:

VATest1

VATest2

SAT Subject Test: Ecological

SAT Subject Test: Molecular

1st Semester Review

Semester 2 Review (you may take this quiz 2 different times)

Protein Synthesis Review

CST BIOLOGY - Released Questions

Year End Chap 1-8

Year End Chap 9-16

Year End Chap 17-32

Year End Chap 33-51

Subject Specific Tests:

Genetics

Virus Study Guide

Prokaryotes Study Guide

Protist Study Guide

Fungi Study Guide

Plant Evolution Structure & Function

Introduction to Animals

Study Guides

Score 100% on the following quizzes, print the score page, put your name on Cell Review

Genetics Review

Mitosis & Meiosis Review

In preparation for the Biology End of Course Test, which accounts for 20% of your 2nd semester grade. Please practice using the following:

Biology EOCT Study Guide

Biology EOCT Released Test

Biology EOCT PPT Review

5 Days to the EOCT…

 
 
 



 

Biology Spring Semester Review

Due Date: 4/21-1 day before End of Course Test

 

Bonus Quizzes: Score at least 80% on the following quizzes, print the score page, put your name on them and submit them:

VATest1

VATest2

SAT Subject Test: Ecological

SAT Subject Test: Molecular

1st Semester Review

Semester 2 Review (you may take this quiz 2 different times)

Protein Synthesis Review

CST BIOLOGY - Released Questions

Year End Chap 1-8

Year End Chap 9-16

Year End Chap 17-32

Year End Chap 33-51

Study Guides

Score 100% on the following quizzes, print the score page, put your name on Cell Review

Ecology Review

Genetics Review

Mitosis & Meiosis Review

In preparation for the Biology End of Course Test, which accounts for 20% of your 2nd semester grade. Please practice using the following:

Biology EOCT Study Guide

Biology EOCT Released Test

Biology EOCT PPT Review

 
 
 
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