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Welcome to my shop! I love being able to help other teachers during the year when they have so many things on their plate. I have taught both high school and junior high school science. I was also a scientist for a few years before I decided to teach. It made teaching very interesting and the students loved the stories. I am married (he teaches also) and have 3 adult children. We live in the US but are planning to tour the world! I hope I have a little something for you all!

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Welcome to my shop! I love being able to help other teachers during the year when they have so many things on their plate. I have taught both high school and junior high school science. I was also a scientist for a few years before I decided to teach. It made teaching very interesting and the students loved the stories. I am married (he teaches also) and have 3 adult children. We live in the US but are planning to tour the world! I hope I have a little something for you all!
Three weeks of The Cell Bellringers Warm Ups with Answer Key

Three weeks of The Cell Bellringers Warm Ups with Answer Key

Three weeks of **The Cell Bellringers **with handouts for student answers! Answer Key Included You will receive 17 days of bellringers/warm ups *Week 1: * Word of the Week: Cell Theory Read and Respond: Three Tenets of the Cell Theory Compare and Contrast: Prokaryote and Eukaryote Problem Solving: Prokaryote and Eukaryote Evolution Anything Goes: Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow *Week 2: * Word of the Week: Nucleus Read and Respond: Importance of the Plasma Membrane Compare and Contrast: Animal Cell and Plant Cell Problem Solving: Flagellum and Cilia Anything Goes: Robert Hooke *Week 3: * Word of the Week: Endoplasmic Reticulum Read and Respond: Tolerance to Medication Compare and Contrast: Smooth and Rough ER Problem Solving: Cell Organelle Analogy Anything Goes: Antoine van Leeuwenhoek *2 Bonus Slides Included: * Anything Goes: Animal Cell Structures Anything Goes: Plant Cell Structures
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Ecology: Symbiosis Foldable

Ecology: Symbiosis Foldable

Students will create a foldable depicting three symbiotic relationships: mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism. Students will identify examples of symbiotic relationships. **This activity includes an introduction to symbiosis, entrance tickets, exit tickets, foldable, answer keys/example, and rubrics. ** The foldable can be added to an interactive notebook or used as a stand alone activity. You will receive a PDF of the foldable and a PPT of the questions and symbiosis information so you can easily project the information on your board.
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Two weeks of Ecology and Populations Bell Ringers Warm Ups with Answer Key

Two weeks of Ecology and Populations Bell Ringers Warm Ups with Answer Key

Two weeks of Ecology and Populations Bellringers with handouts for student answers! Answer Key Included You will receive 10 days of bellringers/warm ups *Week 1: * Word of the Week: Ecology Read and Respond: Ecological Organization Compare and Contrast: Biotic and Abiotic Problem Solving: Removing a Top Predator Anything Goes: Symbiosis *Week 2: * Word of the Week: Population Read and Respond: Migration Compare and Contrast: Density Dependent and Density Independent Factors Problem Solving: Population Density Anything Goes: Population Growth Rate
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Two weeks of Cellular Transport Bellringers Warm Ups with Answer Key

Two weeks of Cellular Transport Bellringers Warm Ups with Answer Key

Two weeks of **Cellular Transport Bellringers **with handouts for student answers! Answer Key Included You will receive 10 days of bellringers/warm ups Week 1: Word of the Week: Plasma Membrane Read and Respond: Passive Transport Compare and Contrast: Passive and Active Transports Problem Solving: Diffusion Anything Goes: Concentration Gradient Week 2: Word of the Week: Cell Wall Read and Respond: Tonicity Compare and Contrast: Endocytosis and Exocytosis Problem Solving: Protein Transport within the Cell Anything Goes: Endocytosis
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Ecology and Populations Bundle

Ecology and Populations Bundle

20% Savings! Items included: Ecology Slide Show Slide Show Populations Slide Show Slide Show Symbiosis Foldable Ecology and Populations Word Wall Two Weeks of Bellringers Test and Review Questions Ecology Slide Show This 15 slide PPT covers Biotic factors Abiotic factors Ecological organization Organism, population, community, ecosystem Niche Biological relationships Predator-prey Competition Symbiosis ~Mutualism ~Commensalism ~Parasitism Populations Slide Show This 18 slide PPT covers Births and immigration Deaths and emigration Population growth rate ~Formula ~Practice problems Population density ~Formula ~Practice problems Symbiosis Foldable Students will create a foldable depicting three symbiotic relationships: mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism. Students will identify examples of symbiotic relationships. This activity includes an introduction to symbiosis, entrance tickets, exit tickets, foldable, answer keys/example, and rubrics. The foldable can be added to an interactive notebook or used as a stand alone activity. You will receive a PDF of the foldable and a PPT of the questions and symbiosis information so you can easily project the information on your board. Vocabulary/Word Wall Words included: Abiotic Factor, Biotic Factor, Commensalism, Community, Competition, Ecosystem, Emigration, Immigration, Ecological Organization, Mutualism, Niche, Organism, Parasitism, Population, Population Density, Population Growth Rate, Symbiosis Two Weeks of Bellringers You will receive 10 days of bellringers/warm ups Week 1: Word of the Week: Ecology Read and Respond: Ecological Organization Compare and Contrast: Biotic and Abiotic Problem Solving: Removing a Top Predator Anything Goes: Symbiosis Week 2: Word of the Week: Population Read and Respond: Migration Compare and Contrast: Density Dependent and Density Independent Factors Problem Solving: Population Density Anything Goes: Population Growth Rate Test and Review Questions The test is multiple choice, matching, and short answer. The review questions cover all of the material on the test: What are abiotic and biotic factors? Give 2 examples of each. What is a niche? Name the niches you would find in an oak tree. What is happening when an organism immigrates? Emigrates? Give a reason why an organism would immigrate. Give a reason why an organism would emigrate. Explain the following relationships: Commensalistic, Mutualistic, Parasitic, and Predator-prey. What are the levels of ecological organization in order from smallest to largest? Explain each level. Give an example of commensalistic, mutualistic, and parasitic relationships. How do you calculate the population growth rate of an area? In 2015 there were 34,200 geese in the state of Washington compared to the 48,000 found in 2001. What is the population growth rate for the geese in Washington State? Explain your answer. How do you calculate the population density of an area? There are 57 goldfish in a 30L tank. What is the population density of the goldfish?
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Plant Structure and Function Word Wall Vocabulary Cards

Plant Structure and Function Word Wall Vocabulary Cards

You will receive 45 vocabulary cards with definitions covering terms about plant structure and function. This item is included in a MEGA Vocabulary Bundle for a 40% discount Words included: Cell, Dermal Tissue, Vascular Tissue, Ground Tissue, Xylem, Phloem, Root System, Fibrous Root, Taproot, Root Hair, Root Cap, Storage Root, Aerial Root, Aerial Prop Root, Strangling Aerial Root, Buttress Root, Shoot System, Stem, Node, Internode, Bulb, Rhizome, Stolon, Tuber, Leaf, Blade, Stalk, Vein, Stomata, Tendril, Spine, Storage Leaf, Bract, Flower, Pollen, Carpel, Stigma, Style, Ovary, Stamen, Anther, Filament, Petal, Sepal, Fruit You will receive a PDF copy but if you need the PPT version for editing purposes please let me know. You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group. I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific.
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Plant Structure and Function Powerpoint Slide Show

Plant Structure and Function Powerpoint Slide Show

You will receive PDF and PPT versions of the Plant Structure and Function Slide Show. This 46 slide PPT covers Plant cells and tissues Dermal, vascular (xylem and phloem), and ground tissues Plant organs and organ systems Root system Fibrous root and taproot structure and function Specialized root functions Storage, aerial, aerial prop, strangling aerial, and buttress roots Shoot system Stem structure and function Specialized stem functions Bulbs, rhizomes, stolons, and tubers Leaf structure and function Specialized leaf functions Tendrils, spines, storage leaves, and bracts Flower and fruit structure and function
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Ecology: Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Test, Review Questions, and Keys

Ecology: Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Test, Review Questions, and Keys

You will receive a test with answer key and review questions with answer key. This item is included in a Food Web and Ecological Pyramid Bundle for a 20% discount The test is multiple choice, matching, and short answer. The review questions cover all of the material on the test: 1. What is the difference in a food chain and a food web? 2. What is an apex predator? 3. What is another name for a producer? How do producers get their energy? 4. What is the difference between autotrophs and heterotrophs? 5. What do the arrows on a food web represent? 6. What is another name for a primary consumer? What do primary consumers eat? 7. How much energy from each trophic level moves to the next level? 8. Define the following: Carnivore, herbivore, and omnivore. 9. What are the similarities and differences between scavengers and decomposers? 10. What is the difference between producers and consumers? There will be an image of a food web to answer questions 11-14 11. Which organism(s) in the food web is a primary consumer? Secondary consumer? Tertiary consumer? 12. Which organism(s) in the food web is a producer? Consumer? 13. What might happen if you removed an apex predator from the food web? 14. Choose one food chain in the food web. Name all of the organisms starting with the producer and ending with the highest level consumer. 15. In an ecosystem, what might happen if you have more carnivores than herbivores? 16. What trophic level do humans occupy? Explain your reasoning. There will be an image of an ecological pyramid to answer question 17 17. Label the ecological pyramid with the following terms: tertiary consumer, herbivore, heterotroph, autotroph, primary consumer, apex predator, producer, and secondary consumer. Calculate the kcal at each level.
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Ecology: Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Bundle

Ecology: Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Bundle

**20% Savings! ** Items included in this bundle: Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Slide Show Food Web Project Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Word Wall 1 Week of Bellringers Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Test and Review Questions **Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Slide Show **in PDF and PPT formats This 25 slide PPT covers Food webs ~Food chains ~Trophic levels ~Producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers etc. ~Autotrophs and heterotrophs ~Energy transfer through a food web ~Herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, decomposers, and scavengers Ecological pyramids ~Producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers etc. ~Passage of energy through trophic levels ~Practice problem with answer Food Web Project in PDF format Students will show the direction energy flows through an ecosystem by creating a food web that includes producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers, and tertiary consumers. Detailed instructions with diagrams. Three rubrics included: ~2 completed rubrics and 1 editable rubric Vocabulary Cards/Word Wall in PDF format Words included: Apex Predator, Autotroph, Carnivore, Consumer, Decomposer, Ecological Pyramid, Energy Transfer, Food Chain, Food Web, Herbivore, Heterotroph, Omnivore, Primary Consumer, Producer, Scavenger, Secondary Consumer, Tertiary Consumer, Trophic Level 1 Week of Bellringers You will receive 5 days of bellringers/warm ups Week 1: Word of the Week: Trophic Level Read and Respond: Food Chains and Food Webs Compare and Contrast: Producers and Consumers Problem Solving: Ecological Pyramid Anything Goes: Consumers Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys in PDF format The test is multiple choice, matching, and short answer. The review questions cover all of the material on the test: What is the difference in a food chain and a food web? What is an apex predator? What is another name for a producer? How do producers get their energy? What is the difference between autotrophs and heterotrophs? What do the arrows on a food web represent? 6. What is another name for a primary consumer? What do primary consumers eat? How much energy from each trophic level moves to the next level? Define the following: Carnivore, herbivore, and omnivore. What are the similarities and differences between scavengers and decomposers? What is the difference between producers and consumers? There will be an image of a food web to answer questions 11-14 Which organism(s) in the food web is a primary consumer? Secondary consumer? Tertiary consumer? Which organism(s) in the food web is a producer? Consumer? What might happen if you removed an apex predator from the food web? Choose one food chain in the food web. Name all of the organisms starting with the producer and ending with the highest level consumer. In an ecosystem, what might happen if you have more carnivores than herbivores? What trophic level do humans occupy? Explain your reasoning. There will be an image of an ecological pyramid to answer question 17 Label the ecological pyramid with the following terms: tertiary consumer, herbivore, heterotroph, autotroph, primary consumer, apex predator, producer, and secondary consumer. Calculate the kcal at each level.
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The Cell and Cellular Transport Mega Bundle Save 30%!

The Cell and Cellular Transport Mega Bundle Save 30%!

**30% Savings! ** **This bundle includes my Cell Bundle and Cellular Transport Bundle ** ***The Cell Bundle includes: *** **Cell Book Activity ** This activity can work with individuals, in a group, or teacher-led. Students will be making a cell book with the organelles from the word list. ~Plasma Membrane, Cell Wall, Cytoplasm, Golgi Apparatus, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Ribosome, Mitochondria, Chloroplast, Cytoskeleton, Microtubule, Centrosome, Nucleus, Nuclear Pore, Nuclear Envelope, Nucleolus, Vesicle, Lysosome, and Vacuole. Each organelle will have the following: ~Name, the type of cell it is found in, structure, and function. Completed rubric and blank rubric included. **Discovery of Cells Slide Show **with 14 slides The discovery of cells. ~Robert Hooke and Antoine van Leeuwenhoek. The cell theory. ~Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow. ~The 3 tenets of the cell theory. Types of cells. ~Prokaryote and eukaryote (plant and animal). **Looking Inside Cells Slide Show ** Activity with 29 slides Types of cells. ~Prokaryotic and eukaryotic (plant and animal). Cell function. Cell organelle table. Includes 18 organelles (from word list above) and their presence/absence in plant and animal cells. Blank copy of the cell organelle table. Structure and function of the 18 organelles from the word list above. **32 Vocabulary Cards ** You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group. I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific. 3 Weeks of Bellringers You will receive 17 days of bellringers/warm ups Week 1: Word of the Week: Cell Theory Read and Respond: Three Tenets of the Cell Theory Compare and Contrast: Prokaryote and Eukaryote Problem Solving: Prokaryote and Eukaryote Evolution Anything Goes: Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow Week 2: Word of the Week: Nucleus Read and Respond: Importance of the Plasma Membrane Compare and Contrast: Animal Cell and Plant Cell Problem Solving: Flagellum and Cilia Anything Goes: Robert Hooke Week 3: Word of the Week: Endoplasmic Reticulum Read and Respond: Tolerance to Medication Compare and Contrast: Smooth and Rough ER Problem Solving: Cell Organelle Analogy Anything Goes: Antoine van Leeuwenhoek 2 Bonus Slides Included: Anything Goes: Animal Cell Structures Anything Goes: Plant Cell Structures **Test and Review Questions ** The cell test is multiple choice, matching, and 1 essay question. The following topics are covered on the test: ~Hooke and Leeuwenhoek and the discovery of the cell. ~The cell theory and Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow. ~Comparing plant and animal cells. ~Comparing prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. ~Cell organelle function (from word list above). ***Cellular Transport Bundle Includes: *** **Cellular Transport Activity ** This activity can work with individuals, in a group, or teacher-led. Students will answer questions about passive and active transport. Students will draw the particles moving through the plasma membrane for diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion, and active transport. Students will identify the direction of the concentration gradient in the above transports. **Cellular Transport Slide Show **with 21 slides The structure and function of the plasma membrane. Cellular transport ~Passive (diffusion, osmosis, and facilitated transport). ~Active Endocytosis and exocytosis (a type of active transport). Tonicity ~Hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic solutions. **27 Vocabulary Cards ** You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group. I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific. 2 Weeks of Bellringers You will receive 10 days of bellringers/warm ups Week 1: Word of the Week: Plasma Membrane Read and Respond: Passive Transport Compare and Contrast: Passive and Active Transports Problem Solving: Diffusion Anything Goes: Concentration Gradient Week 2: Word of the Week: Cell Wall Read and Respond: Tonicity Compare and Contrast: Endocytosis and Exocytosis Problem Solving: Protein Transport within the Cell Anything Goes: Endocytosis **Test and Review Questions ** The cellular transport test is multiple choice, matching, short answer, and 1 essay question. The following topics are covered on the test: The differences in active and passive transport. Osmosis The function of carbohydrates, proteins, and cholesterol in the plasma membrane. The plasma membrane structure and function. Hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic. Endocytosis and exocytosis.
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Dragonfly Themed Teacher Planning Pages Basics

Dragonfly Themed Teacher Planning Pages Basics

This is the basic version of the Dragonfly Theme Teacher Planning Pages. I have a full version of Dragonfly Theme Teacher Planning Pages available also. You will receive the following 100% editable teacher planning pages all with a dragonfly theme: Student roster First week of school information recording sheet ~30 students per page Grade sheet ~25 students per page with room for assignment name at top Attendance log ~6 weeks (30 days) per page ~30 students per page Blank template
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Dragonfly Themed Teacher Planning Pages

Dragonfly Themed Teacher Planning Pages

This is the full version of the Dragonfly Theme Teacher Planning Pages. I have an Dragonfly Theme Teacher Planning Pages Basics available also. You will receive the following 100% editable teacher planning pages all with a dragonfly theme: Cover page 2 monthly calendars ~Full month with weekends and full month without weekends 2 weekly planning sheets ~By subject and by hour 2 weekly scheduling calendars ~With times and without times 2 daily scheduling calendars with space for notes ~With times and without times 2 student rosters ~By hour and by block 2 first week of school information recording sheets ~30 students per page and 16 students per page 2 parent contact information sheets ~30 students per page and 16 students per page Parent contact log sheet ~16 students per page Grade sheet ~25 students per page with room for assignment name at top 2 attendance logs ~6 weeks (30 days) per page ~30 students per page and 16 students per page Blank template
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Food Web Word Wall Vocabulary Cards

Food Web Word Wall Vocabulary Cards

You will receive 18 vocabulary cards with definitions covering terms about food webs and ecological pyramids. The following words plus 80 more are included in my Ecology Word Wall Vocabulary Cards Bundle for a 20% savings. Words included: Apex Predator, Autotroph, Carnivore, Consumer, Decomposer, Ecological Pyramid, Energy Transfer, Food Chain, Food Web, Herbivore, Heterotroph, Omnivore, Primary Consumer, Producer, Scavenger, Secondary Consumer, Tertiary Consumer, Trophic Level You will receive a PDF copy but if you need the PPT version for editing purposes please let me know. You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group. I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific.
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Ecology and Populations Word Wall Vocabulary Cards

Ecology and Populations Word Wall Vocabulary Cards

You will receive 17 vocabulary cards with definitions covering terms about ecology and populations. The following words plus 77 more are included in my Ecology Word Wall Vocabulary Cards Bundle for a 20% savings. Words included: Abiotic Factor, Biotic Factor, Commensalism, Community, Competition, Ecosystem, Emigration, Immigration, Ecological Organization, Mutualism, Niche, Organism, Parasitism, Population, Population Density, Population Growth Rate, Symbiosis You will receive a PDF copy but if you need the PPT version for editing purposes please let me know. You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group. I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific.
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Tiger Themed Teacher Planning Pages

Tiger Themed Teacher Planning Pages

This is the full version on the Tiger Theme Teacher Planning Pages. I have a Tiger Theme Teacher Planning Pages Basics available also. You will receive the following 100% editable teacher planning pages all with a tiger theme: Cover page 2 monthly calendars ~Full month with weekends and full month without weekends 2 weekly planning sheets ~By subject and by hour 2 weekly scheduling calendars ~With times and without times 2 daily scheduling calendars with space for notes ~With times and without times 2 student rosters ~By hour and by block 2 first week of school information recording sheets ~30 students per page and 16 students per page 2 parent contact information sheets ~30 students per page and 16 students per page Parent contact log sheet ~16 students per page Grade sheet ~25 students per page with room for assignment name at top 2 attendance logs ~6 weeks (30 days) per page ~30 students per page and 16 students per page Blank template
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Elephant Themed Teacher Planning Pages

Elephant Themed Teacher Planning Pages

This is the full version on the Elephant Theme Teacher Planning Pages. I have a Elephant Theme Teacher Planning Pages Basics available also. You will receive the following 100% editable teacher planning pages all with a elephant theme: Cover page 2 monthly calendars ~Full month with weekends and full month without weekends 2 weekly planning sheets ~By subject and by hour 2 weekly scheduling calendars ~With times and without times 2 daily scheduling calendars with space for notes ~With times and without times 2 student rosters ~By hour and by block 2 first week of school information recording sheets ~30 students per page and 16 students per page 2 parent contact information sheets ~30 students per page and 16 students per page Parent contact log sheet ~16 students per page Grade sheet ~25 students per page with room for assignment name at top 2 attendance logs ~6 weeks (30 days) per page ~30 students per page and 16 students per page Blank template
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Elephant Themed Teacher Planning Pages Basics

Elephant Themed Teacher Planning Pages Basics

This is the basic version on the Elephant Theme Teacher Planning Pages. I have a full version of Elephant Theme Teacher Planning Pages available also. You will receive the following 100% editable teacher planning pages all with a tiger theme: Student roster First week of school information recording sheet ~30 students per page Grade sheet ~25 students per page with room for assignment name at top Attendance log ~6 weeks (30 days) per page ~30 students per page Blank template
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Tiger Themed Teacher Planning Pages Basics

Tiger Themed Teacher Planning Pages Basics

This is the basic version on the Tiger Theme Teacher Planning Pages. I have a full version of Tiger Theme Teacher Planning Pages available also. You will receive the following 100% editable teacher planning pages all with a tiger theme: Student roster First week of school information recording sheet ~30 students per page Grade sheet ~25 students per page with room for assignment name at top Attendance log ~6 weeks (30 days) per page ~30 students per page Blank template
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Ecology and Populations Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys

Ecology and Populations Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys

You will receive a test with answer key and two versions of review questions with answer key. The test is multiple choice, matching, and short answer. The review questions cover all of the material on the test: 1. 1. What are abiotic and biotic factors? Give 2 examples of each. 2. What is a niche? Name the niches you would find in an oak tree. 3. What is happening when an organism immigrates? Emigrates? 4. Give a reason why an organism would immigrate. Give a reason why an organism would emigrate. 5. Explain the following relationships: Commensalistic, Mutualistic, Parasitic, and Predator-prey. 6. What are the levels of ecological organization in order from smallest to largest? Explain each level. 7. Give an example of commensalistic, mutualistic, and parasitic relationships. 8. How do you calculate the population growth rate of an area? 9. In 2015 there were 34,200 geese in the state of Washington compared to the 48,000 found in 2001. What is the population growth rate for the geese in Washington State? Explain your answer. 10. How do you calculate the population density of an area? 11. There are 57 goldfish in a 30L tank. What is the population density of the goldfish? Check out my blog at biologydomain.com Thank you, Wendy
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Genetics: Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys

Genetics: Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys

(picture is page 2 and 3 of test) The test is multiple choice, Punnett Square problems, and Pedigree questions. This test is designed to take about 45 minutes to an hour. The following are the review questions that are covered on the test. These are not exact test questions, just topics that cover the material: 1. What is the difference in phenotypes and genotypes? 2. What is the difference in dominant and recessive alleles? 3. How are genes expressed? 4. What is heredity? 5. What is a mutation? 6. Where do you find the genetic material that is passed from parent to offspring 7. What are alleles? 8. Who is known for being the ‘Father of Genetics’? 9. What is a gene? Punnett Square practice 10. In cats, short hair(S) is dominant over long hair(s). A homozygous recessive individual and a homozygous dominant individual are crossed. Homozygous recessive parent genotype? Homozygous dominant parent genotype? Probability of short hair offspring? Probability of long hair offspring? 11. A colorblind man and his carrier wife have children. Male parent genotype? Female parent genotype? Probability of colorblind offspring? Probability of carrier offspring? 12. Incomplete dominance: a red flower crossed with a white flower. a. What are the genotypes of the parents? b. What are the genotypes of the offspring? c. What are the phenotypes of the offspring? d. What are the probabilities of the phenotypes of the offspring? 13. Co-dominance: a red flower crossed with a white flower. a. What are the genotypes of the parents? b. What are the genotypes of the offspring? c. What are the phenotypes of the offspring? d. What are the probabilities of the phenotypes of the offspring? 14. Single gene with multiple alleles—A type AB blood man and a homozygous type B blood female have children. What is the probability of blood type A offspring? What is the probability of blood type B offspring? What is the probability of blood type AB offspring? What is the probability of blood type O offspring? Students will use a pedigree to answer the following: 15. Individuals B, D, I, and N are colorblind. Correctly shade those 4 individuals in the pedigree. 16. Individuals C, G, and J are carriers. Correctly shade those 3 individuals in the pedigree. 17. Explain why individual I and J, although they are sisters, do not share the colorblindness phenotype.
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