Therefore, these peas are not undergoing as much cellular respiration as the more developed peas that have been germinating for three days.
All living organisms contain genetic information that provides several functions inherent to the individual organism and the perpetuation of its species.
You should immediately realize that this is a question about cellular respiration.
You should draw on your knowledge of this topic to answer the question.
The DNA strands are actually copied in small segments and linked together to form an entire strand.
Although there are only four different base pairs, the longer the strand gets, the more combinations of base pairs can be created.Hypothesis: Measuring cellular respiration for 30 minutes at intervals of 10 minutes at a time will demonstrate that peas that have been germinating for three days will consume more oxygen through cellular respiration than peas that have been germinating one day.Procedure: I will place 20 peas that have been germinating for one day in one respirometer and 20 peas that have been germinating for three days in another respirometer.The second portion of the AP Biology test is the Free Response Section.In this section, you will have 80 minutes to answer eight questions (2 long and 6 short).The base pairs bond with hydrogen bonds, with cytosine bonding to guanine and adenine bonding to thymine.DNA molecules are very long, but because the code only involves four different base pairs, it can easily be duplicated.The graph shows that peas that have been germinating for three days consume more oxygen during a 30-minute period than peas that have been germinating for one day.The peas that have only been germinating for one day are not as well developed.After a 10-minute equilibration period, I will begin to measure the amount of oxygen consumed at 10-minute intervals for 30 minutes.I will record results measured by the graduated intervals on the pipette attached to the respirometer.(B) Key points to include: labels on each axis, regular intervals on the graph, a specific title on the graph, points plotted on the graph, and a line connecting the appropriate points.