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					BIOLOGY Midterm Exam Review Assignment                                       Name:
DUE DATE: Monday, March 21st
     Today you will begin to create your own Review Packet to use as your study guide for your Mid Term Exam.
     This Review Packet will also be very useful to you when you begin to study for your End-of-Course Exam.
You must follow these directions exactly for the creation of your Study Packet:
    1) Begin by folding a piece of white paper into four squares.
    2) Unfold the paper and use each square for each different topic /term from the Midterm BK list.
    3) In each square:
           First, write the term or topic. You may want to highlight it or draw a circle around it.
           Second, write a definition for or describe that term.
           Third, include a good example.
           Fourth, draw a simple diagram or picture of that term.
 4) Make a COVER PAGE (with your name on it) and staple the pages together.
Chapter 1
1. Controlled experiment
2. Independent variable
3. Data
4. Hypothesis
5. Theory
6. Compound light microscope
7. Homeostasis
8. Lab Safety (Review Lab Safety in the index of your book. What is the proper method for
     storing hazardous chemicals such as acids?
Chapter 2
9. The 4 Types of Organic Compounds (list them)
10. Carbohydrates (structure, function in living things)
11. Lipids (structure, function in living things)
12. Proteins (structure, function in living things)
13. Amino acids
14. Nucleic Acids (structure, function in living things)
15. Nucleotides
16. Enzymes (structure, function in living things)
17. Tests for Organic Compounds (Biuret’s, Benedict’s, Iodine, Brown paper test)
Chapter 3
18. producer
19. consumer
20. food chain
21. decomposer
22.herbivore, carnivore, omnivore
23. biotic factors
24. abiotic factors
25. trophic levels
26. carbon cycle
Chapter 4
27. greenhouse effect
28. competition
29. predation
30. symbiosis
31. mutualism
32. parasitism
33. commensalism
Chapter 5
34. exponential population growth
35. carrying capacity
36. predator-prey relationship
Chapter 6
37. sustainable development
38. DDT
39. biological magnification
40. global warming
41. ozone depletion
42. acid rain
43. habitat destruction
Chapter 7
44. Nucleus
45. Ribosomes
46. Mitochondria
47. Chloroplasts
48. Vacuoles
49. Cell membrane
50. Cell wall
51. Plant vs. Animal cells
52. Eukaryotic vs, Prokaryotic cells
53. Diffusion
54. Semipermeable membrane
55. Osmosis
56. Facilitated diffusion
57. Active Transport
58. Cell in a Hypertonic solution (saltwater)
59. Cell in a Hypotonic solution (freshwater)
60. Isotonic solution
Chapter 8
61. ATP
62. Photosynthesis (equation -- reactants and products)
63. Chlorophyll
64. Light-dependent reactions
65. Calvin cycle
66. Autotroph
67. Heterotroph
Chapter 9
68. Cellular Respiration (equation – reactants and products)
69. Three stages of cellular respiration
70. Fermentation
71. Aerobic vs. Anaerobic
Chapter 10 and 11 - 4
72. Cell Division
73. Mitosis (Process of and Result of)

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