Online Anatomy and Physiology Textbook →
Word Match: Bacterial DNA Replication Proteins and... →
I think you can solve it online, but you can also print it out to solve!
if anyone has specific problems or questions...
please let me know! I took AP biology in high school and am currently about to graduate with a major in Human Biology/Pre-med studies. I am quite proficient in HUMAN anatomy and physiology. NOTE: not super strong in topics covering ecology, but may know enough to help you through some sticky issues :)
Topic Run-down For The Biology AP
The following topic outline indicates the percentage of the course and exam devoted to each major subset of biology. Molecules and Cells Heredity and Evolution Organisms and Populations I. Molecules and Cells (25%) A. Chemistry of Life (7%) Water Organic molecules in organisms Free energy changes Enzymes B. Cells (10%) Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells Membranes Subcellular organization Cell cycle...
Urea Cycle →
discereetdocere: Hover over the arrows in the cycle for more details of each step!
What do you struggle with most in AP Bio?
Is there a specific topic? A type of test question? General study methods?
What are you learning right now in AP Bio? Or are...
Please answer with what topic you’re on! And remember, if you have anything to share, go for it! I have a test on Molecular Genetics Thursday, then we’re finishing up with Plants after spring break. (My school/area was flooded the first month of school so we’re behind a bit.)
I remember writing was an important part, so brush up on those writing skills....– almondsofjoy
Biology Questions and Answers →
A website that posts answers to biology questions! They also have a twitter! Follow them at @biologyanswers!
Techniques to Study Anatomy →
Study of Dead Tissue: 1. Gross anatomy - with the naked eye 2. Microscopic anatomy Light microscope - 1,000 times magnification Electron light microscope (aka EM) - >30,000 times magnification Transmissions EM (TEM) - electrons pass through tissue Scanning EM (SEM) - scans surface of tissue Study of Live Tissue: 1. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) - anatomy 2. Functional NMR -...
University of California Berkeley: Integrative... →
The Importance of Knowing Both Terminology and...
discereetdocere: … It helps you remember what words mean! If you study a very complicated subject, such as science, there are a lot of terms you need to know. Science terminology, especially medical terminology, is practically a whole ‘nother language. So it’s important that you not only learn what words mean, but also that you can remember them. What good is it to spend time memorizing...
So if this isn’t obvious enough, this group is going to be used to help us all study and prepare for the Bio AP… Which is in 41 days as of today! Since spring break is coming up for me next week I will be setting up a lot of things for us to do. All the things we do here are obviously not mandatory, but it’s recommended. After all, it won’t hurt anyone but you if you choose...