Work in a well - ventilated area
Wear a lab coat
Dry it with a small flame
Cover the work area with newspaper
A thermal coil inside a 100 mL cylinder
A 10 mL test tube held above a Bunsen burner
A 200 mL beaker placed on a hot plate
A sealed 300 mL flask in a warm - water bath
Pour wastes down the sink with plenty of water
Pour the excess crystals back into the original container
Put the crystals on the outer part of the balance pan for massing
Use weighing paper on the balance pan
Daughter cells are genetically identical to the parent cells
Parent cells use little ATP
Cytoplasm is in equilibrium
Mitochondria are genetically identical to the chloroplasts
Avoid using glassware
Use a fume hood
Wear rubber gloves
Have a fire extinguisher nearby
Time per group
5' TTUCGC 3'
5' GCGATT 3'
5' TTAGCG 3'
5' UTCGCA 3'
Receptacle for broken glass
Protect the respiratory tract against potentially harmful vapors
Avoid splashing chemicals into the face of any person
Determine the relative strength of the odor before smelling directly
Avoid experimental error from excessive loss of mass of reactants or products
A fish's ability to taste food is affected by the clarity of aquarium water.
Tadpoles' fear of carnivorous insect larvae increases as the tadpoles age.
Bacterial growth increases exponentially as temperature increases
The number of times a dog wags its tail indicates how content the dog is
Solute in the tubes changing from higher temperature to a lower temperature
Water passing form a region of lower starch concentration to a higher starch concentration
Start concentrations being equal on each side of the membrane
Water and starch volumes being the same
Strength of hydrogen bonds
Amount of adenine
Sequence of nitrogen bases
Number of sugars
The possibility of contamination in the laboratory is minimized
Chemical products can be measured and recorded as data
Toxic materials can be kept in the laboratory
Time is saved in setting up the next experiment
50 mL cylinder graduated in 1 mL increments
100 mL cylinder graduated in 1 mL increments
100 mL cylinder graduated in 0.5 mL increments
200 mL cylinder graduated in 5 mL increments
How does height affect the force of gravity?
How do size and shape affect an object's rate of free fall?
How do mass and weight affect falling objects?
How does gravity affect objects of different densities?
The identities of more than one amino acid would change
The amino acid sequence would remain unchanged
The amino acid sequence would be shorter than expected
The identity of one amino acid would change.