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BIO TEST SOON! HELP FAST!

Post by wannabe_bionerd_32 » Tue Oct 25, 2005 10:13 pm

ok, so i have a HUGE biology test coming up soon over cell respiration and photosynthesis.

can anybody give me help or advice on what i should really focus on to pass?



thanks to anyone who helps :D


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Post by Terry K. » Tue Oct 25, 2005 10:31 pm

I recently took an AP BIOLOGY test in my high school on those two chapters in my book! It was hard, but not ridiculously hard. Some of the things you should focus on are the inputs and outputs of both processes. Also focus on anaerobic and aerobic reactions if you have them as well. Really, I can't give you much advice beyod that because I don't know what else you studied in those chapters. GOOD LUCK, stay calm, get a good night's rest, and eat chocolate, it stimulates brain waves or something like that, but I know it makes you more aware. Hope you do well, tell me how you did when you get the results.
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Post by Terry K. » Tue Oct 25, 2005 10:32 pm

PS: Also look at the inputs and outputs of every individual step, like glycolysis, oxidation of pyruvate, krebs cycle, and the electron transport chain if you guys went that in depth.
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omg thanks!

Post by wannabe_bionerd_32 » Tue Oct 25, 2005 11:27 pm

holy cow you're a life saver!!

alright, what if i told you i was in jr. high, and i'm taking high school AP classes. crazy, i know right?

so i'm REALLY struggling and thank you SO much for the advice!

in my chapter we have covered photosynthesis, the formula for it, etc. etc. then theres the light&dark reactions, which, btw, are pretty easy. then we have glycolysis&respiration.

i really have those two down pat and i'm just kinda nervous about photosynthesis, ATP cycle, and fermentation.

other than that i'm good. but THANKS SO MUCH for your help!!
i'll really remember what you said!

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PS: i'll remember to bring some chocolate on the test day :wink: !!

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Post by Masha23 » Wed Oct 26, 2005 12:00 am

I dont know if you can access this site b/c you might not be using the same bio book (Im in AP Bio 12) as me but this may/may not work b/c you dont have the disk. but...

Go to


http://www.campbellbiology.com

& go to the Biology:Concepts and Connections. Click the MIDDLE BOOK

And you'll see the log in/restister thing. Click the register thing and enter the information in BUT you will need a code. I'll give you my bio book code and see if you can access the site. Its great. But I dont have it with me now so I'll have to get it tomorrow if I can.


Or I can just make you up a username but it'll wear out in a few months.
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Post by wannabe_bionerd_32 » Wed Oct 26, 2005 1:17 am

ok, i'll try it but i'm using a biology book by prentice hall and i know its high school AP level....its just the 5th Edition.

But i'll try that site just to look up that chapter.

THANKS SO MUCH GUYS!!!
YOU'VE BEEN GREAT HELP AND I WILL TELL YOU ALL MY GRADE ONCE I TAKE IT!!
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Post by wannabe_bionerd_32 » Wed Oct 26, 2005 1:20 am

and i would like that code please, it would be great help!

thanks much!

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Post by rambo » Fri Oct 28, 2005 9:13 am

for cell respiration study glycolysis, kreb cycle, and the cytochrome cycle also known as the hydrogen receptor process. for photosynthesis study photolysis and the calvin cycle.

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