Thursday, December 19, 2013

Embedding Google Drive Videos (Tutorial)


Tutorial on how to embed google drive videos (useful)

click on video


open in google drive viewer

Click File, and then click "embed this video"
All you have to do now is copy the HTML!







Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Real Life Pokemon

The Blue Dragon

Glaucus atlanticus


The blue dragon is a species of a small blue-ish sea slug. This small but cute creature looks like the Pokemon "Steel Dragon Diagla".














  • These are not available as pets sadly, because of their bizarre diet. They eat JELLYFISH, it consumes everything including the tentacles and saves the venom to use in defense of predators. I wish I could store venom, how cool would that be.



    I see no difference.



    What If I Bought A Zoo?

    If I had my very own zoo it'd be filled with creatures from all over the world. They would be SUPER exotic, none of that lions, bears and tigers stuff.

    Here's a presentation on some bizarre animals from differently phylums and/or classes!



    CLICK HERE FOR EASIER TO VIEW VERSION!

    Tuesday, December 3, 2013

    A Time When YOU Got Sick??

    Fortunately I don't get sick that often but a time when I got really sick was when I had an asthma attack. Some of the symptoms were that I had trouble breathing and my head felt cloudy. Soon after I took an inhaler to feel better.


    GUESS WHAT EVEN CELEBRITIES HAVE ASTHMA!
     here we have harry styles taking his inhaler
    amazing.

    Monday, December 2, 2013

    A Pretty Basic Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving in my household is pretty basic we didn't even get a full turkey because my mom hates the taste of meat and I'm not much of a carnivore either. I pretty much avoided any biotic factor for the whole thanksgiving break. I was stuck in my own little biome that consisted of coffee, my Mac and of course food(I'm no Autotroph).
    basically me

    Tuesday, October 29, 2013

    Scary Shrimp, Cheek Cells And Grassy Algae


    Today in Biology our class had a microscope lab and we got the opportunity to look at some algae and (scary)microorganisms.

    The first one that I stumbled across was a scary looking shrimp-like organism. It was really creepy looking in real life. The scientific name for this organism is Gammarus. When I observed it in action it was moving it's tail in a forward backward motion much like a shrimp. The appearance of this organism is rather fit for halloween because it is scary. All jokes aside, the skin of the Gammarus looks rather translucent because you can see things through the outer layer. 

    reaction ^
    For my next observation I wanted to see how algae looked like to I got a teeny-tiny clump of this dark green algae to put under the microscope. After much focusing I saw a grassy like texture of this algae. This algae was also identified as Rizoclonium. Without the microscope it just looked like a gross slimy clump of algae so it was interesting to see the actual texture of the algae under the microscope.

    One of the last things I observe is a microorganism that is running around the clump of something. Although it was very small it appeared to look like a stylonychia because it had whisker like things at the end/front of it's body that was moving to allow it to move freely. It was quite small in real life, the stylonychia looked like a speck outside the microscope.


    The picture below is my fabulous cheek cells. Now this is pretty amazing, when I went to get some of my check cells with a toothpick you could see none of these amazing cells on the toothpick like wow that's cool. Also those dark spots are my nucelus inside my cells, they hold my spectacular DNA inside those small little dots!



    AMAZING VIDEO OF MICROORGANISMS THROUGH MICROSCOPE




    Sunday, October 27, 2013

    "How To Kill Wasps With A Lit Textbook" Short Story By Me

    It was a normal afternoon, I was sitting in front of my desk desperately cramming for my midterms that were unfortunately inevitable.
    <~~Literally Me

    Finally deciding to cram after watching 3 episodes of Supernatural I was met with a unusual sound of buzzing coming from my closet (keep in mind I had just watched 3 episodes of a horror show). After five minutes of staring at my english notes I finally got up and decided to face the nightmare that lay in my closet. What looked like a huge fly flew out of my closet and started flying  around my room making this horrible buzzing sound. I can't even study when it's dead silent in my room how was I supposed to study with this overweight fly buzzing around my head. At the edge of going insane I got up and decided to kill this fly. After spraying it with my perfume(that apparently makes the fly mad), slapping it with my brother's books and, physically trying to catch it I had nearly given up hope. It buzzed around in the back of my bookshelf for a good ten minutes before it came out and sat on my carpet like he payed rent or something. This was my chance! I grabbed a plastic cup and trapped it, grabbing the closest heavy object I could find, my literature textbook, I carefully set the the heavy book over the flimsy plastic cup. Victory was mine.


    Since this is a biology blog I obviously had to make this experience educational in some way.

    With confirmation of my friends I had realized this "fly" was actually was a wasp. Good thing it was a male wasp. I know now it was a male wasp because it didn't sting me, no matter how stupid I was it actually couldn't sting me. Yup, that's right, male wasps can't sting. They are known to sometimes pretend to sting you just to seem tough but they don't have an ovipositor(the stinger) this can also be seen in male human behavior. It also looked most closely related to the "paper wasp" commonly found in North America...what a coincidence I live in North America too.


    CLOSEUP VIDEO OF THE WASP

    Sunday, October 20, 2013

    Video Killed The Text Post

    I have a new video page which features all the videos I have posted!

    Yes I know you're very excited.


    My Ancester Is A Fish?

    Did you know you're related to everything around you?
    Although it's not a fact it's a pretty darn good theory that started with this guy called Darwin.



    Watch The Nova Video Here

    Friday, October 18, 2013

    Are Pegasus Unicorn Hybrids Real? FIND OUT HERE.

    10 Cool Animal Hybrids


    1. Zebra + Equine = Zebroid

    2.Lion + Tiger = Liger
    3. Buffalo + Cow = Beefalo
    4. Camel + Llama = Cama
    5. Leopard + Lion = Leopon
    6. Donkey + Zebra = Donkra
    7. Bottlenose Dolphin + False Killer Whale = Wolphin
    8. Bengal Cat + Ocicat = Cheetoh (or the most cutest thing to ever walk on this planet)
    9. Zebra + Horse = Zorse
    10. Bengal Cat + Tabby Cat = Toyger



    AND THE BEST ONE YET....

    Pegasus + Unicorn = Pegacorn 

    JUST KIDDING IT'S NOT REAL.


    Tuesday, October 15, 2013

    Guess What? We're all related!

    What if I told you we're all technically related to eachother?


    Personally I wouldn't really be suprised. Everyone has to be related to each other right?
    It makes sense everyone that came from the same two people would technically be some numberth cousin. I should probably revaluate who I hate now...for all I know we are practically family. 

    Monday, October 14, 2013

    Colorful Flashing Link? WHAAAT?

    I don't know if you have noticed but when your mouse hovers over a link it changes colors.
    I'll wait for you to check it out if you haven't already.

    So you might be wondering how you do that
    Well it's quite simple you see, we use something called HTML codes , these codes are used to embed videos, edit blog themes, create pages on the internet etc. So for example if you wanted to have the same cool flashing link thing I have you would have to copy the link below. 

    <script type='text/javascript'>
    //<![CDATA[
    var rate = 50;
    if (document.getElementById) 
    window.onerror=new Function("return true")

    var objActive; // The object which event occured in 
    var act = 0; // Flag during the action 
    var elmH = 0; // Hue 
    var elmS = 128; // Saturation 
    var elmV = 255; // Value 
    var clrOrg; // A color before the change 
    var TimerID; // Timer ID
    if (document.all) { 
    document.onmouseover = doRainbowAnchor; 
    document.onmouseout = stopRainbowAnchor; 
    else if (document.getElementById) { 
    document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEOVER | Event.MOUSEOUT); 
    document.onmouseover = Mozilla_doRainbowAnchor; 
    document.onmouseout = Mozilla_stopRainbowAnchor; 
    }
    function doRainbow(obj) 
    if (act == 0) { 
    act = 1; 
    if (obj) 
    objActive = obj; 
    else 
    objActive = event.srcElement; 
    clrOrg = objActive.style.color; 
    TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100); 
    }
    function stopRainbow() 
    if (act) { 
    objActive.style.color = clrOrg; 
    clearInterval(TimerID); 
    act = 0; 
    }
    function doRainbowAnchor() 
    if (act == 0) { 
    var obj = event.srcElement; 
    while (obj.tagName != 'A' && obj.tagName != 'BODY') { 
    obj = obj.parentElement; 
    if (obj.tagName == 'A' || obj.tagName == 'BODY') 
    break; 
    }
    if (obj.tagName == 'A' && obj.href != '') { 
    objActive = obj; 
    act = 1; 
    clrOrg = objActive.style.color; 
    TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100); 
    }
    function stopRainbowAnchor() 
    if (act) { 
    if (objActive.tagName == 'A') { 
    objActive.style.color = clrOrg; 
    clearInterval(TimerID); 
    act = 0; 
    }
    function Mozilla_doRainbowAnchor(e) 
    if (act == 0) { 
    obj = e.target; 
    while (obj.nodeName != 'A' && obj.nodeName != 'BODY') { 
    obj = obj.parentNode; 
    if (obj.nodeName == 'A' || obj.nodeName == 'BODY') 
    break; 
    }
    if (obj.nodeName == 'A' && obj.href != '') { 
    objActive = obj; 
    act = 1; 
    clrOrg = obj.style.color; 
    TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100); 
    }
    function Mozilla_stopRainbowAnchor(e) 
    if (act) { 
    if (objActive.nodeName == 'A') { 
    objActive.style.color = clrOrg; 
    clearInterval(TimerID); 
    act = 0; 
    }
    function ChangeColor() 
    objActive.style.color = makeColor(); 
    }
    function makeColor() 
    // Don't you think Color Gamut to look like Rainbow?
    // HSVtoRGB 
    if (elmS == 0) { 
    elmR = elmV; elmG = elmV; elmB = elmV; 
    else { 
    t1 = elmV; 
    t2 = (255 - elmS) * elmV / 255; 
    t3 = elmH % 60; 
    t3 = (t1 - t2) * t3 / 60;
    if (elmH < 60) { 
    elmR = t1; elmB = t2; elmG = t2 + t3; 
    else if (elmH < 120) { 
    elmG = t1; elmB = t2; elmR = t1 - t3; 
    else if (elmH < 180) { 
    elmG = t1; elmR = t2; elmB = t2 + t3; 
    else if (elmH < 240) { 
    elmB = t1; elmR = t2; elmG = t1 - t3; 
    else if (elmH < 300) { 
    elmB = t1; elmG = t2; elmR = t2 + t3; 
    else if (elmH < 360) { 
    elmR = t1; elmG = t2; elmB = t1 - t3; 
    else { 
    elmR = 0; elmG = 0; elmB = 0; 
    }
    elmR = Math.floor(elmR).toString(16); 
    elmG = Math.floor(elmG).toString(16); 
    elmB = Math.floor(elmB).toString(16); 
    if (elmR.length == 1) elmR = "0" + elmR; 
    if (elmG.length == 1) elmG = "0" + elmG; 
    if (elmB.length == 1) elmB = "0" + elmB
    elmH = elmH + rate; 
    if (elmH >= 200) 
    elmH = 0;
    return '#' + elmR + elmG + elmB; 
    }
    //]]>
    </script>
    <script type='text/javascript'>
    //<![CDATA[
    var rate = 50;
    if (document.getElementById) 
    window.onerror=new Function("return true")

    var objActive; // The object which event occured in 
    var act = 0; // Flag during the action 
    var elmH = 0; // Hue 
    var elmS = 128; // Saturation 
    var elmV = 255; // Value 
    var clrOrg; // A color before the change 
    var TimerID; // Timer ID
    if (document.all) { 
    document.onmouseover = doRainbowAnchor; 
    document.onmouseout = stopRainbowAnchor; 
    else if (document.getElementById) { 
    document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEOVER | Event.MOUSEOUT); 
    document.onmouseover = Mozilla_doRainbowAnchor; 
    document.onmouseout = Mozilla_stopRainbowAnchor; 
    }
    function doRainbow(obj) 
    if (act == 0) { 
    act = 1; 
    if (obj) 
    objActive = obj; 
    else 
    objActive = event.srcElement; 
    clrOrg = objActive.style.color; 
    TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100); 
    }
    function stopRainbow() 
    if (act) { 
    objActive.style.color = clrOrg; 
    clearInterval(TimerID); 
    act = 0; 
    }
    function doRainbowAnchor() 
    if (act == 0) { 
    var obj = event.srcElement; 
    while (obj.tagName != 'A' && obj.tagName != 'BODY') { 
    obj = obj.parentElement; 
    if (obj.tagName == 'A' || obj.tagName == 'BODY') 
    break; 
    }
    if (obj.tagName == 'A' && obj.href != '') { 
    objActive = obj; 
    act = 1; 
    clrOrg = objActive.style.color; 
    TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100); 
    }
    function stopRainbowAnchor() 
    if (act) { 
    if (objActive.tagName == 'A') { 
    objActive.style.color = clrOrg; 
    clearInterval(TimerID); 
    act = 0; 
    }
    function Mozilla_doRainbowAnchor(e) 
    if (act == 0) { 
    obj = e.target; 
    while (obj.nodeName != 'A' && obj.nodeName != 'BODY') { 
    obj = obj.parentNode; 
    if (obj.nodeName == 'A' || obj.nodeName == 'BODY') 
    break; 
    }
    if (obj.nodeName == 'A' && obj.href != '') { 
    objActive = obj; 
    act = 1; 
    clrOrg = obj.style.color; 
    TimerID = setInterval("ChangeColor()",100); 
    }
    function Mozilla_stopRainbowAnchor(e) 
    if (act) { 
    if (objActive.nodeName == 'A') { 
    objActive.style.color = clrOrg; 
    clearInterval(TimerID); 
    act = 0; 
    }
    function ChangeColor() 
    objActive.style.color = makeColor(); 
    }
    function makeColor() 
    // Don't you think Color Gamut to look like Rainbow?
    // HSVtoRGB 
    if (elmS == 0) { 
    elmR = elmV; elmG = elmV; elmB = elmV; 
    else { 
    t1 = elmV; 
    t2 = (255 - elmS) * elmV / 255; 
    t3 = elmH % 60; 
    t3 = (t1 - t2) * t3 / 60;
    if (elmH < 60) { 
    elmR = t1; elmB = t2; elmG = t2 + t3; 
    else if (elmH < 120) { 
    elmG = t1; elmB = t2; elmR = t1 - t3; 
    else if (elmH < 180) { 
    elmG = t1; elmR = t2; elmB = t2 + t3; 
    else if (elmH < 240) { 
    elmB = t1; elmR = t2; elmG = t1 - t3; 
    else if (elmH < 300) { 
    elmB = t1; elmG = t2; elmR = t2 + t3; 
    else if (elmH < 360) { 
    elmR = t1; elmG = t2; elmB = t1 - t3; 
    else { 
    elmR = 0; elmG = 0; elmB = 0; 
    }
    elmR = Math.floor(elmR).toString(16); 
    elmG = Math.floor(elmG).toString(16); 
    elmB = Math.floor(elmB).toString(16); 
    if (elmR.length == 1) elmR = "0" + elmR; 
    if (elmG.length == 1) elmG = "0" + elmG; 
    if (elmB.length == 1) elmB = "0" + elmB
    elmH = elmH + rate; 
    if (elmH >= 360) 
    elmH = 0;
    return '#' + elmR + elmG + elmB; 
    }
    //]]>

    Yeah I know it's really long.

    Now you have to find a way to add this to your blog template so on your blogger dashboard
    you'll click the drop down thing next to the document picture
    Now you'll click "edit HTML"
    Don't get intimidated by all this gibberish you see on this page now, you don't need to mess with that. You just need to paste the html that you copied earlier all the way at the bottom. 
    just click save template and then view your blog!








    Wednesday, October 9, 2013

    You're A Hybrid!

    video

    How Transgenic Organisms Can Be Beneficial To Us

    Some transgenic animals have been known to improve food supply and health. Transgenic goats have been engineered to secrete protein called antithrombin III,which is used to prevent human blood from forming clots during surgery. Transgenic organisms may be able grow organisms in the future.
    Many species of plants have been genetically engineered to be more resistant toinsect or viral pests. In the future we may be able to create food that people are not allergic to. 

    Saturday, October 5, 2013

    I Like My Sloth's Curly

    The mommy sloth has is homozygous dominant for curly hair (H) and the daddy sloth is heterozygous. What are the chances of the baby sloth having straight hair (h)?

    Tuesday, October 1, 2013

    If You Could See Your Genome, Would you?

    Finding out your genome?

    I would definitely want to analyze my genome for genetic traits. I think it would be helpful to see what diseases me or my offspring have greater chances of getting in the long run. If I have a chance of giving my bad gene with a genetic syndrome to my offspring I would want to know because there could be a chance of being able to prepare or even curing it. 

    Monday, September 30, 2013

    Cloning Simran??

    Would I clone myself if I could?

    I would totally clone myself if I could but only if we'd be the same age. I think it'd be a bit awkward if I saw myself as an infant or toddler. If I had a identical twin that'd be pretty cool just to see how different we would be growing up. Maybe my clone would actually be good at tennis.

    Friday, September 27, 2013

    100 Facts For A 100 Views


    100 Page Views I'm so popular! (not really)


    A 100 COOL FACTS

    WOAH THE BRAIN
    1. Nerve impulses to and from the brain travel as fast as 170 miles per hour. 
    2. The brain operates on the same amount of power as 10-watt light bulb. 
    3. The human brain cell can hold 5 times as much information as the Encyclopedia Britannica. 
    4. Your brain uses 20% of the oxygen that enters your bloodstream. 
    5. The brain is much more active at night than during the day.
    6. Scientists say the higher your I.Q. the more you dream. 
    7. Neurons continue to grow throughout human life. 
    8. Information travels at different speeds within different types of neurons. 
    9. The brain itself cannot feel pain. 
    10. 80% of the brain is water. 
    HAIR & NAILS SO COOL
    1. Facial hair grows faster than any other hair on the body.
    2. Every day the average person loses 60-100 strands of hair. (unless you're bald)
    3. Women’s hair is about half the diameter of men’s hair. 
    4. One human hair can support 3.5 ounces. 
    5. The fastest growing nail is on the middle finger. 
    6. There are as many hairs per square inch on your body as a chimpanzee. 
    7. Blondes have more hair. 
    8. Fingernails grow nearly 4 times faster than toenails. 
    9. The lifespan of a human hair is 3 to 7 years on average. 
    10. You must lose over 50% of your scalp hairs before it is apparent to anyone. 
    11. Human hair is virtually indestructible. 
    ORGANS WOW
    1. The largest internal organ is the small intestine. 
    2. The human heart creates enough pressure to squirt blood 30 feet. (EW)
    3. The acid in your stomach is strong enough to dissolve razorblades. 
    4. The human body is estimated to have 60,000 miles of blood vessels. 
    5. You get a new stomach lining every three to four days. 
    6. The surface area of a human lung is equal to a tennis court. 
    7. Women’s hearts beat faster than men’s.
    8. Scientists have counted over 500 different liver functions. 
    9. The aorta is nearly the diameter of a garden hose. .
    10. Your left lung is smaller than your right lung to make room for your heart. 
    11. You could remove a large part of your internal organs and survive. 
    12. The adrenal glands change size throughout life. 
    BODILY FUNCTIONS MY FAVORITE
    1. Sneezes regularly exceed 100 mph.
    2. Coughs clock in at about 60 mph. 
    3. Women blink twice as many times as men do. 
    4. A full bladder is roughly the size of a soft ball. 
    5. Approximately 75% of human waste is made of water. 
    6. Feet have 500,000 sweat glands and can produce more than a pint of sweat a day. 
    7. During your lifetime, you will produce enough saliva to fill two swimming pools. 
    8. The average person expels flatulence 14 times each day.
    9. Earwax production is necessary for good ear health. 
    REPRODUCTION AWKWARD
    1. On any given day, sexual intercourse takes place 120 million times on earth. 
    2. The largest cell in the human body is the female egg and the smallest is the male sperm.
    3. The three things pregnant women dream most of during their first trimester are frogs, worms and potted plants. 
    4. Your teeth start growing 6 months before you are born. 
    5. Babies are always born with blue eyes. 
    6. Babies are, pound for pound, stronger than an ox. 
    7. One out of every 2,000 newborn infants has a tooth when they are born. 
    8. A fetus acquires fingerprints at the age of three months.
    9. Every human spent about half an hour as a single cell. 
    10. Most men have erections every hour to hour and a half during sleep. 
    SENSE
    1. After eating too much, your hearing is less sharp. (my hearing is probably permanently less sharp then)
    2. About one third of the human race has 20-20 vision. 
    3. If saliva cannot dissolve something, you cannot taste it. 
    4. Women are born better smellers than men and remain better smellers over life. 
    5. Your nose can remember 50,000 different scents. 
    6. Even small noises cause the pupils of the eyes to dilate. 
    7. Everyone has a unique smell, except for identical twins.
    AGING & DEATH OMG
    1. The ashes of a cremated person average about 9 pounds. 
    2. Nails and hair do not continue to grow after we die. 
    3. By the age of 60, most people will have lost about half their taste buds. 
    4. Your eyes are always the same size from birth but your nose and ears never stop growing. 
    5. By 60 years of age, 60-percent of men and 40-percent of women will snore. 
    6. A baby’s head is one-quarter of it’s total length, but by age 25 will only be one-eighth of its total length. 
    DISEASES & INJURY AWHH
    1. Monday is the day of the week when the risk of heart attack is greatest. (I knew Monday was bad news)
    2. Humans can make do longer without food than sleep. 
    3. A simple, moderately severe sunburn damages the blood vessels extensively. 
    4. Over 90% of diseases are caused or complicated by stress.
    5. A human head remains conscious for about 15 to 20 seconds after it is been decapitated. 
    MUSCLES & BONES (Do You Even Lift?)
    1. It takes 17 muscles to smile and 43 to frown. 
    2. Babies are born with 300 bones, but by adulthood the number is reduced to 206. 
    3. We are about 1 cm taller in the morning than in the evening.
    4. The strongest muscle in the human body is the tongue. 
    5. The hardest bone in the human body is the jawbone.
    6. You use 200 muscles to take one step. 
    7. The tooth is the only part of the human body that can’t repair itself. 
    8. It takes twice as long to lose new muscle if you stop working out than it did to gain it. 
    9. Bone is stronger than some steel. 
    10. The feet account for one quarter of all the human body’s bones
    MICROSCOPIC LEVEL <--Can't See With The Naked Eye
    1. About 32 million bacteria call every inch of your skin home. (they don't even pay me rent)
    2. Humans shed and regrow outer skin cells about every 27 days. 
    3. Three hundred million cells die in the human body every minute. 
    4. Humans shed about 600,000 particles of skin every hour. 
    5. Every day an adult body produces 300 billion new cells. 
    6. Every tongue print is unique. 
    7. Your body has enough iron in it to make a nail 3 inches long.
    8. The most common blood type in the world is Type O. 
    9. Human lips have a reddish color because of the great concentration of tiny capillaries just below the skin. 
    MISCELLANEOUS WHERE DO I PUT THIS
    1. The colder the room you sleep in, the better the chances are that you’ll have a bad dream.
    2. Tears and mucus contain an enzyme (lysozyme) that breaks down the cell wall of many bacteria. 
    3. Your body gives off enough heat in 30 minutes to bring half a gallon of water to a boil. (I knew I was hot)
    4. Your ears secrete more earwax when you are afraid than when you aren’t. 
    5. It is not possible to tickle yourself.
    6. The width of your armspan stretched out is the length of your whole body. 
    7. Humans are the only animals to produce emotional tears. 
    8. Right-handed people live, on average, nine years longer than left-handed people do. 
    9. Women burn fat more slowly than men, by a rate of about 50 calories a day. 
    10. Koalas and primates are the only animals with unique fingerprints. 
    11. The indentation in the middle of the area between the nose and the upper lip has a name. 
    If you read all of this you should probably go out more. 


    Sunday, September 22, 2013

    A Closer Look At The Blueprint Of Life

    This site gives you a different perspective of DNA from the outside-in. After you zoom into each layer it describes what you are seeing giving you a deeper understanding of what actually makes you, you.


    Interact with DNA

    Wednesday, September 18, 2013

    Living Biology: Best of the Blogs - Issue 1

    Living Biology: Best of the Blogs - Issue 1: You all found some really great resources. A lot of things I'd never even seen before. I tried to make a top 10, but I just couldn't...

    I'm featured!

    Monday, September 16, 2013

    Review While Playing A Game

    I'm really bad a studying like most teenagers out there and I can barely ever focus. I always end up playing some lame game on the internet five minutes into studying. I found a cell review game so even if you are playing a game your still reviewing GENIUS. This game goes over animal, plant and bacteria cells. You can also do the quiz after you feel pretty confident. Hopefully I helped you review!

    Cell Review Game