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AP Bio Consumer Lab Reflection
The consumer lab performed using painted lady butterflies and measuring the efficiency at which mass is consumed and utilized gave insight as to how organisms use energy. The lab showed how the painted lady butterflies consumed matter as larvae and l (More)
AP Bio Lab 2 Reflection
This lab showed the effects of enzymes in various conditions. The first step illustrated what the reaction would look like using H2O2 and the enzyme catalase. Observing the reaction with no intended obstacles allowed for the reaction to be seen throu (More)
AP Bio Cell Signaling Stop Motion
 The functions are both similar because they require signal proteins to start the processes, they have plasma membranes where the receptor proteins are, and they utilize signal-transduction pathways to translate the signal from the signal protei (More)
Meiosis Claymation Project
This claymation features a full view of Meiosis I and Meiosis II. It starts off in prophase I where the chromatids are condensing and pairing with their sister chromatids. As it moves to prometaphase I the nuclear envelope breaks dawn and the chr (More)
Transformation Lab
We had no growth on our ampicillin plates, since the ampicilli (More)
Transformation Lab Explanation
At the bottom of the picture on the left side, tiny spots can be seen and are colonies of bacteria. These bacteria were grown on agar with antibiotic ampicillin. These colonies grew in the presence of the antibiotics because they were transformed (More)
Transformation Lab
In the right, the petri dish is the LB/AMP+ dish (More)
Bio Lab Post
Bacteria Transformation
Pictured here are four plates with E-Coli bacteria to culture, all with different expected and observed results. The two most important are the bottom, the (More)
Transcription and Translation Claymation
The first claymation shows the process of transcription. It starts out with DNA in its double helix form and a specific promoter region lightly labeled. Then transcription factors assemble at the SPR and then RNA polymerase makes its way over to (More)
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