Biological Interaction Teacher Resources
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Course identification information is included in the upper left corner as well as within the title of this instructional activity. If you overlook or remove that information, you are left with a tremendous college biology assignment. There are only four problems to address, but each occupies at least an entire page. The first deals with ions, amino acids, and cell organelles. The second encompasses enzyme action. The third questions the structure of the cell wall in relation to enzymes. The fourth is an analysis of macromolecule structure.
A 17-page practice final exam for a college-level introductory biology course is contained in this resource. Matching and short answer questions cover every topic that you would expect to teach during an advanced biology course including DNA and general genetics, enzyme activity, protein structure, nerve impulses, metabolic pathways, and more. Since it is a practice exam, the answers follow.
High schoolers examine different levels of organization in biological systems for structure and function relationships. In this biological systems lesson, students use Internet resources to look at structure and function in the eye, the cell, protein synthesis, and sickle cell anemia. Resources and detailed instructions are provided.
In this population worksheet, students will compare two population growth graphs and complete four short answer questions. Then students will investigate the factors that influence population growth in 8 fill in the blank statements and 4 multiple choice questions. Finally, students will complete 5 short answer questions on how organism interactions limit population size.
In this science of biology worksheet, students will review the concepts relating to biology including the characteristics of living things, the process of reproduction, adaptations, and evolution. This worksheet has 5 short answer, 3 true or false, 8 fill in the blank, 4 multiple choice, and 5 matching questions.
Students study the theory of evolution and examine why it is so controversial. In this biology lesson plan students view a video on evolution, research the theory of evolution on the Internet and complete an essay.
Students study tissue engineering and its risks and benefits. In this biology instructional activity students take a stand on a side then research and support their position.
Students describe the different types of biomes. In this biology lesson plan, students create a map of assigned biome with descriptive paragraphs. They share their findings to class.
Students investigate the physical, chemical and biological parameters necessary to establish an ecological baseline. Establishing an ecological baseline not only shows the ecological characteristics of a creek but makes the possible future environmental monitoring of the creek as human activities increase the stress on the system.
High schoolers explore the different characteristics of the cell using a virtual lab. In this biology lesson, students classify an unknown cell sample based on its properties. They demonstrate mastery of the subject by creating a presentation of their findings.
Students investigate various aspects of the human body in this imaginative Tree House Detective episode about the biological biosphere. In a series of They take measurements, analyze data, and use technology. The lessons revolve around a video which is not provided on the website.
Students explore the effects of different density-dependent and density-independent factors on population growth. They explore how the interactions of organisms can affect population growth. Students explore the pattern of population growth and the predator-prey relationship.
Twelfth graders explain relationships and interactions between species, the difference between a fundamental niche and a realized niche. They explore the various species interactions from their classmates through the jigsaw activity.
Learners teach Biology concepts to elementary students, in particular deaf learners, by traveling once a month to the elementary classroom with activities / lessons that have been selected and prepared by the older students.
Students research and define a muscle biology research question and organize an experiment to address the question utilizing either NADH staining or acid buffering. They analyze data as well as draw conclusions about their research. Students write a concise summary of methods and results.
Students choose a problem or question related to biology research the problem, possible solutions, and supporting data, and make a decision about a solution to the problem or an answer to the question based on their accumulated data.
In this advanced biology terminology worksheet, students research, define and discuss forty one extensive terms dealing with cells and then locate and circle each term in a word search puzzle.
Young scholars investigate the biology of ADHD and its implications upon the formation and treatment of the disease. They draw and label the parts of a neuron. Also, they describe the neurotransmission cycle. Students create a list of pros and cons to the use of medication for treatment.
Students define the following terms: predation, competition, carrying capacity and population. They can explain the patterns of growth and the limitations of growth. Students explain the difference between density-dependent and density-independent factors and give examples of each. They apply the scientific method to a population growth experiment to show the effects of different factors in populations.
Learners investigate the function and structures of cells. In this biology lesson, students identify the different parts of a cell using a graphic organizer. They define the cell theory and how it relates to a cell as a whole.