AP Biology Labs 5-6 Take-Home Exam
AP Exam time is fast approaching! Try these teacher-tested, take-home tests to let your
students determine their readiness for the upcoming exams. These are
great for review after each lab or as a group as a final review.
Lab 5 (Cell respiration)
- Estimate the amount of oxygen consumed in the conditions
listed in the table.
- What was the purpose of the beads?
- What happens to the temperature of a gas when the pressure increases (assuming volume remains constant)?
- What happens to the volume of a gas when the temperature decreases (assuming pressure remains constant)?
|Conditions||mL oxygen consumed per minute|
|Germinating peas @ 5 degrees Celsius|
|Germinating peas @ room temperature|
|Dry peas @ 5 degrees Celsius|
|Dry peas @ room temperature|
Lab 6 (Molecular biology)
- How does a restriction enzyme work?
- At what location in the cell do endonucleases work?
- What is a plasmid?
- How was the plasmid opened up in this lab?
- Which fragments of DNA migrate further along a gel electrophoresis plate, long or short fragments?
- What happened to each of the colonies below and why?
A) LB with plasmid
B) LB without plasmid
C) LB with plasmid and ampicillin
D) LB with ampicillin but without plasmid
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