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Transcript of Photo Collage
June 12 - 13, 2013
The lab for internal systems was dissecting a baby pig to view all the systems and organs. This picture shows the intestines and the heart taken out of the body. Other organs such as the liver and lungs are also visible.
June 4, 2013
As a part of the evolution unit, we took a trip to the Toronto Zoo! There was a special exhibit of the pandas which was very exciting since it was the first time I had seen pandas in real life. I also got to see a numerous of other animals as seen in the pictures taken that day.
April 2, 2013
This is a human karyotype chart that I prepared myself for an assignment. During this assignment, I got to learn about the different genetic disorders which was very interesting. This patient had Down's syndrome since they have an extra chromosome.
During the fungi, we were investigating in which environment, fungi grows the best. Our three situations where different moisture levels. Unfortunately, no fungi grew on any of the breads but, we did get to see fungi on a few other students breads.
April 5, 2013
The baby lab was a part of the genetics unit and this lab allowed me to understand genetic variation and genotypes better. With a partner, we flipped a coin to determine which specific trait our child would have appearance wise. This is a drawing of what our baby would look like.
February 15, 2013
These animals preserved in jars are from the diversity discovery lab. In this lab, we had to identify which kingdom different organism are from and describe their key characteristics. some of the organisms included jellyfish, lobster and various insects. observing these organisms was very interesting.
May 22, 2013
This picture is from a group activity we did during the evolution unit. The beans represented food and the different tools represented animals. The object of the activity was to gather enough food for survival. During this activity I learned about natural selection and how favorable traits become dominant in an environment as the spoon was the final tool among everyone.
This corn was from the corn lab which had kernels that were yellow and purple. This lab showed us co-dominance.