Food Webs: H.W.

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For this h.w. you will cut out and paste images onto your notebook in order to represent a food web and also include a  brief explanation of the trophic level present. Identify by labeling the following words in your food web.

  • Chemosynthesis
  • Producer
  • Autotroph
  • Consumer
  • Heteretroph
  • Chemosynthesis
  • Generalists
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October Project

Each group will have a class presentation explaining the assigned concepts and illustrating these with a habitat/ecosystem illustration which will be used by the group to explain the relationships and inter dependence present.

Group 1: Biodiversity, ecosystem, environment, keystone species

Group 2: Biomes, ecosystems, communities, population, individuals

Group 3: Food webs, types of producers, types of consumers,

Group 4: Aquatic and Terrestrial biomes, Abiotic and biotic factors.

Group 5: Types of niche, species that affect niches, edge effect on populations.

preserving-biodiversity

Science Lab: Safety, and Equipment. Due: Next Class.

  1. Describe a scenario where a the graduated cylinder, beaker, ring clamp, ring stand wire gauze and beaker would be utilized.
  2. Explain in which scenario it would be necessary to use a funnel and an Erlenmeyer flask instead of a beaker.
  3. Explain when would a student need to use a volumetric flask over a graduated cylinder.

Using the image below answer the following questions:

Of the rules listed, which do you understand is most often violated in the science laboratory and why?

Which is the most relevant or important in the school lab. and why?

lab safety

Click on the link/video below on safety graphics. Then draw 3 safety signs found around your house and explain their color, image, and the product or location you found it on.