1. Select at least two cell structures. What hypothesis could you form to explain what would happen to the cell or the organism if each cell structure were damaged or destroyed?
2. In high school, most teachers drown you with the scientific methods… identify a problem, generate a hypothesis, design a controlled experiment, analyze the data, write your conclusions, and share the results with others. Do you think science is conducted this way in the real world? Or might it be different?
3. How does chemistry relate to biology? Is there a “biochemistry”? What might this entail?