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1  Room G03, Ms. Babbey  Turn in your summer assignment.  Pick up a list of root words, quiz on Friday.  Be seated (not next to anyone) and take out a pen or pencil for your test.

2  Pick up a pro-quiz sheet and complete the top.  In the Thursday box: Who are you? Write a sentence that contains 12 adjectives or phrases that describe you.  Choose your Q1 assigned seat wisely.

3  Who am I?  I am sarcastic, witty, optimistic, patient, organized, happy, nerdy, responsible, a scientist, a vegetarian, SoCal, and a mom.

4  Syllabus  Procedures  Current Events  Root word reminder  Test tips  Lab Reports and Lab Seats  Graphing Activity (due Monday)

5 ◦ 1. Which subatomic particle orbits the nucleus? ◦ 2. What is the charge of a neutron? ◦ 3. How many protons does carbon have? ◦ Turn this in and get ready to take the root word quiz! ◦ Graphs due Monday!

6  1. Isotopes have a different number of _______________.  2. What makes carbon so very versatile?  3. Name a hydrophobic substance.

7  1. About what pH do most fluids in your body have (excluding in the stomach)?  2. If something is non-polar, is it hydrophilic or hydrophobic?  3. What type of molecule has –COOH on the end of its carbon chain?

8  1. What is the name of the functional group that is represented by –OH?  2. What is the name of the process that breaks polymers apart?  3. What are the building blocks of protein?

9  1. What type of molecule is this?  2. What does your body need it for?  3. What food can you find it in?

10  1. What type of molecule is this?  2. What does your body need it for?  3. What food can you find it in?

11  1. What type of molecule is this?  2. What does your body need it for?  3. What food can you find it in?

12  Turn in your review  Pick up a formula sheet and periodic table  Move to your testing seats right away.  You may use a non-graphing non-phone calculator.

13  1. List and describe 3 things animal cells have that plant cells don’t.  2. List and describe 4 things plant cells have that animal cells don’t.  3. Compare and contrast prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.

14 1. What kind of bonds did you write about in your lab report? 2. Name all 4 macromolecules. 3. Was this test better or worse than the first one and why?

15  1. Label and answer all parts (a, b, c)  2. DEFINE all terms  3. Brain dump: write A LOT, as much as you can, about anything even remotely related to the question.  4. Try to come up with 10 true, relevant facts to get all points possible for the question.

16  For each question you got wrong, on a separate piece of paper, explain the question and the correct answer.  If you lost ANY points on a short answer/essay, please re-write your entire answer.  Staple the corrections to the back of the test and turn them in before the bell rings.  If you have extra time, go read Chapter 6.

17  1. What do eukaryotes have that prokaryotes don’t?  2. Which organelle makes proteins?  3. What is the fluid inside a cell called?

18  A. Describe the structure of a eukaryotic plant cell.  B. Indicate the ways in which a non-photosynthetic prokaryotic cell would differ in structure from this generalized eukaryotic plant cell.

19  Define each term that begins with the letter c  1. Chromatin  2. Cytosol  3. Cellulose  4. Cristae  5. Centrioles  6. Chloroplast

20  Begin work on your lab immediately!  During the 30 minute down time, be sure to complete the pre-lab for part 2!  NOTE: FOR PART 2, STEP 3, CHANGE 15 ML TO 10 ML!!!

21  Important: we have to switch Tuesday and Wednesday (Days 7 and 8 on the schedule)!!

22  1. What does the smooth ER do?  2. What is apoptosis?  3. Name a college OUTSIDE OF WISCONSIN that you would consider applying to.

23  Unknown into 4 dialysis bags. Weighed them. Into beakers of 0.2, 0.4, 0.8, and 1.0M Sucrose overnight. Weighed again. Data: BeakerInitialFinal% change 0.2M11.72g13.89g M12.22g12.06g M11.88g8.37g M11.65g7.14g-38.7

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25  1. What is the name for the special protein channels in the cell membrane that water can pass through?  2. Name something that can easily pass through a cell membrane.  3. Explain this picture:

26  A beaker has 10% salt and 90% water. A cell placed in that beaker has 8% salt and 92% water.  1. Which way does water move?  2. Is the solution in the beaker hypotonic or hypertonic as compared to the cell?  3. What happens to the cell if it is left in that beaker for an extended period of time?

27  Explain this

28  1. What is an enzyme?  2. What is denaturation?  3. What do you want to be when you grow up?  Look over your tests and turn them back in to me!

29  1. endergonic, exergonic  2. catabolic, anabolic  3. ATP, ADP  4. hydrolysis, dehydration synthesis  5. substrate, enzyme  6. coenzyme, cofactor  7. competitive inhibition, non- competitive inhibition

30  1. Where is energy stored in a molecule?  2. Why do you eat food (be VERY specific)?  3. Name an environmental condition that can denature an enzyme.

31  1. Do them. They are formative. Late ones can only get a max grade of 75%.  2. Title format: “the effect of – on –”  3. Label ALL sections!  4. Intro and conclusion should be fairly long. If it’s not 2-3 paragraphs you’re probably going to lose points.  5. Include all parts of the conclusion.  6. Don’t forget literature cited!  7. You must print. I won’t do it next time.

32  Turn in your pre-labs and begin your lab immediately  When you finish, clean up, do your math for your data table, and finish your pre-lab.

33  Turn in your pre-labs and begin your lab immediately

34  Calculate the standard deviation for the following numbers:  2, 3, 3, 5, 6  Show your work.  You may use a NON graphing calculator only.

35  1. What does ATP stand for?  2. In which organelle does cell respiration take place?  3. What is the chemical formula of glucose?

36  Read the article about the 2013 Nobel Prize Award in Medicine, and answer:  1. What is a vesicle?  2. What are vesicles made of (not in the article- you learned it!)  3. How is the work of these 3 scientists useful in the field of medicine?  Put the article back up on the table when you are done.

37  1. Explain cell respiration in one sentence that is simple enough that a 7 year old could understand it.  2. How many total ATP are produced by cell respiration?  3. What do NADH and FADH 2 do?

38  Look at Figure 9.6 in your textbook (page 166).  Re-write the description of the figure in your own words! This should be about 3 paragraphs long, one paragraph for each stage of cellular respiration!

39  1. Where does the ETS take place?  2. How many NADH are made in the Kreb’s Cycle?  3. What does it mean if something is oxidized?

40  1. Explain chemiosmosis.  2. Explain oxidative phosphorylation.  3. What is the final electron acceptor in the ETC?

41  1. What is the dependent variable in the lab?  2. What is the independent variable in the lab?  3. Why do we use KOH in this lab?  Don’t forget that the Cell Evolution reading questions are due tomorrow!

42  1. Where does glycolysis take place?  2. Where does the Kreb’s Cycle take place?  3. Where does the ETS take place?  Lab reports due Monday! Use the data from your pre-lab for the table and graph etc.

43  Turn in, stapled together, in this order:  1. Lab Report  2. Pre-Lab  3. Virtual Lab  4. Post Lab Analysis

44  1. How many ATP does glycolysis make?  2. How many ATP does Kreb’s make?  3. How many ATP does the ETS make?  Lab reports due Monday! Use the data from your pre-lab for the table and graph etc.

45  1. What is the chemical formula of glucose?  2. In which organelle does photosynthesis take place?  3. Is photosynthesis endergonic or exergonic? Catabolic or anabolic?

46  1. Name a heterotroph.  2. What is Rubisco?  3. Name 1, 2, or 3 of the outputs of the light dependent reactions of photosynthesis.

47  1. Photosystem I, Photosystem II  2. Chlorophyll a and b  3. Autotroph, heterotroph  4. Thylakoid, grana  5. Light reaction, Calvin Cycle  6. Photosynthesis, Cell Respiration  7. Rubisco, RUBP  8. NADP+ and NADPH  9. Chloroplasts, mitochondria  10. C 4 plants, CAM plants

48  1. What’s the point of the light reaction?  2. How are photosystems II and I related?  3. What’s the point of the Calvin Cycle?

49  The paper we are using is thinner than the example picture in the lab:  Step 5: Don’t form a cylinder or staple. Work in the hood (not outside).  Step 6: Use parafilm to cover the jar.  Rf value: Distance band moved/distance solvent front moved (will be less than 1)

50  1. In which step of photosynthesis is oxygen made?  2. In which step of photosynthesis is carbon dioxide used?  3. In which step of photosynthesis is water used?  4. In which step of photosynthesis is glucose made?

51  1. How is photorespiration different than photosynthesis?  2.Which enzyme replaces Rubisco in C4 plants?  3. Name a C3 plant.

52  1. Define apoptosis.  2. What are the 3 steps of the cell communication pathway?  3. Name one reason why your cells communicate (that we discussed yesterday).

53  Turn in your pre-labs  Begin Lab immediately  Test Friday, Lab Report due Monday

54  1. Write the equation for cellular respiration.  2. Where does the Kreb’s Cycle occur?  3. Is zinc a cofactor or coenzyme?

55  Create a Venn Diagram for photosynthesis and cellular respiration.  To get 10 points, include at least 4 differences for each and 3 similarities  Pick up and work on a mitosis/meiosis vocab when finished

56  1. What is mitosis?  2. Why would a cell go through mitosis?  3. If one cell goes through mitosis, how many cells are made in the end?

57  1. During the cell cycle, when are chromosomes duplicated?  2. What happens during anaphase?  ½ point each, define:  3. chromatin  4. centrosome  5. centromere  6. cell plate

58  Multiple choice only: 1. Write the question. 2. Write the correct answer (whole thing) 3. Explain, in 1-3 sentences, why that is the correct answer. 4. Staple together and turn in before you leave.

59  1. In which phase of the cell cycle are cells mostly in?  2. List 3 things that cells do during this phase.  3. What are the 3 sub-phases of interphase (in order)?  4. When do chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell?

60  1. List the 7 main phases of the cell cycle, in order.  2. Name a reason your cells are doing mitosis right now.  3. Name a cell that never/rarely goes through mitosis.  Bonus: Name a reason human cells do meiosis.

61  Haploid or Diploid?  1. sperm  2. gamete  3. zygote  4. skin cell  5. n  6. cell with 46 chromosomes

62  Take enough index cards to illustrate all stages plus a cover card (8?)  Each card should have a picture and at least 3 facts about the stage, and be colored.  See pages for help.  I won’t be here Monday/Tuesday.  Tuesday  Friday are all 2 hour delays.

63  Create a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting Mitosis and Meiosis. Include at least 5 differences for each process, and at least 3 similarities.  5 mitosis differences 5 Meiosis Differences 3 Things in Common

64  No Pro-Quiz  Turn in your pre-labs and Venn Diagrams.  Begin working on your labs. Try to turn them in before you leave.

65  Pick up a review sheet.  We are playing the review game, so form teams.  Test tomorrow!

66  Do NOT turn in the review.  Go to your testing seats immediately with a pen/pencil, calculator, and laminated sheets.

67  Purple flowers (P) are dominant to white flowers (p).  Cross a white flower with a heterozygous purple flower.  1. Show your Punnett Square.  2. What % of offspring will be white?  3. What % of offspring will be purple?

68  Show a Punnett Square and G/P chart for the following:  Cross a person with heterozygous A blood and a person with heterozygous B blood.

69  1. In parrots, green feathers (G) are dominant to yellow feathers (g), and long feathers (L) are dominant to short feathers (l). ◦ Set up a cross for a parrot with homozygous green short feathers and one with yellow feathers that are heterozygous long. ◦ Show your Punnett square and genotypic/phenotypic ratios.

70  What are the genotypes of the following individuals?  1. IV-1 2. IV-3 3. II-2 4. III-1 5. II-8 6. II-3

71  What are the genotypes (using the letter A/a):  1. I-12. II-33. III-14. III-6  5. IV-26. IV-1

72  A karyotype is a picture of all 23 pairs of chromosomes arranged in size order from 1  23.  Pair #23:  XX = female  XY = male  Karyotypes are not used for gender determination!

73  1. How many pairs of chromosomes do normal, happy, healthy humans have in their diploid cells?  2. How many chromosomes do humans have in their haploid cells?  3. What disease is caused by having an extra chromosome #21?

74  Color blindness is sex linked recessive. Cross a color blind man with a carrier woman, then answer:  1. What % of children are colorblind?  2. What % of males are colorblind?  3. What % of females are carriers?

75  Are the following diseases recessive, dominant, or sex-linked?  1. Dwarfism (Achondroplasia)  2. Hemophilia  3. Alzheimer’s  4. Huntington’s  5. Baldness  6. Cystic Fibrosis

76  2 carriers for cystic fibrosis want to have children. Show a Punnett Square and answer the following:  1. What is the likelihood a child they have would inherit the disease?  2. What is the likelihood a child they have would be a carrier?  3. What is the likelihood a child they have would NOT carry the gene or have the disease?

77  You flip a coin 100 times, and get 30 heads and 70 tails.  1. Calculate x 2. Show your work. Equation is on the whiteboard.  2. What are your degrees of freedom?  3. What is your probability (use the chart up on my desk) and do you accept or reject this outcome?

78  1. Pro-Quiz and tomorrow’s quiz  2. December Schedule  3. Build a baby (finish and turn in)  4. Punnett Square Problems (due tomorrow-last opportunity for extra credit this semester)

79  Purple flowers (Pp) are bred with white flowers (pp) and make 1000 babies, of which 525 are purple.  1. Calculate x 2.  2. What are your degrees of freedom?  3. What is your probability and do you accept or reject this outcome? 

80  What do each of the following stand for:  1. DNA  2. CoA  3. NAD  4. PEP  5. RuBisco  6. ATP  You need to name at least 3. Any more are ½ points extra.

81  Name and explain 3 different biotechnology techniques you read about in Chapter 20.  Bonus: What are we doing on December 13?

82  Please answer question #12 on page 425 in your textbook on a piece of paper and turn it in when you are finished.  Label each part (a  d) and write approximately 3 sentences for each.

83  1. Name 3 diseases caused by CHROMOSOMAL mutations (not gene mutations).  Bonus: What is the relationship between crossing over frequency and distance genes are apart from each other on chromosomes?

84  1. Independent assortment, crossing over  2. chromosomes, genes  3. wild type, phenotype  4. linked genes, crossing over  5. genetic map, linkage map  6. hemophilia, color blindness  7. aneuploidy, trisomy  8. deletion, duplication  9. inversion, translocation  10. Down Syndrome, Klinefelter Syndrome  11. Barr body, calico cat  12. Nondisjunction, aneuploidy  13. Cri du chat, chronic myelogenous leukemia

85  1. Name a scientist (other than Watson, Crick, and Franklin) that contributed to our knowledge of DNA.  2. List the 4 DNA nucleotides.  3. Name an enzyme that functions in DNA replication.  x 2 quiz tomorrow!

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87 1. Transcribe this DNA: ATA CAG ATC GTC TAA 2. What does tRNA do? 1. Where does translation take place? 2. Bonus: Which animal had a glowing yellow nose after transformation in Ch 17?

88 1. Transcribe this DNA: ATA CAG ATC GTC TAA 2. What does tRNA do? 1. Where does translation take place? 2. Bonus: What color was every ribosome pictured in Ch 17?

89  1. How many amino acids are there?  2. Which amino acid is coded for by CGA (use your chart)?  3. Name a disease caused by a virus discussed in Chapter 19.  Bonus: Define operon.

90  Please answer question 14 on page 380 in your textbook and either turn it in or complete it for homework.

91  1. Which viral reproductive cycle kills the host cell?  2. What pathogen causes mad cow disease?  3. Name 4 cellular structures bacteria have.

92  minutes individually. This goes in the grade book.  minutes in groups of 2-4, create a NEW essay on a separate piece of paper incorporating everyone’s ideas. This ALSO goes in the grade book.  minutes: Use the rubric to grade your individual quizzes and group quiz. Put your score on top of each and staple the rubric to your individual quiz.

93  1. Name a repressible operon.  2. What are extracellular viral glycoprotein spikes used for?  3. Explain why antibacterial soap can be harmful.

94  YOUR ROW IS YOUR GROUP TODAY!  Gather the supplies needed for your group:  1 tube each color: clear, orange, green, pink  Foam rack  Cup of ice (ice is in freezer)  Pack of yellow loops  5 pipettes  1 plate with E.coli growing on it (in incubator)  4 more plates: 1 LB, 2 LB/Amp, 1 LB/Amp, Ara

95  Ice is in the freezer in the store room.  E.coli plates are in the incubator in the store room. Put this plate BACK in the incubator after you use it!  Hot plate (not bath) is at lab table 2.  pGlo plasmid and black light are up by my sink on the front desk.

96  1. How do prokaryotes turn genes on and off?  2. Name 1 of the 7 processes during which eukaryotes can turn genes on and off.  3. What is ubiquitin?  Bonus: The eggs of which animal are pictured in Chapter 18?

97  Complete pages  Lab report due Monday.  No graph! Data table should include drawings (format it like page 39)  If yours didn’t work you must be VERY SPECIFIC in your sources of error to address what went wrong to cause your results.

98  1. How do prokaryotes turn genes on and off?  2. Name 1 of the 7 processes during which eukaryotes can turn genes on and off.  3. What is ubiquitin?  Bonus: In the book, in the mutated fruit flies, what grows in the place of antenna?

99  1. What is a nucleosome?  2. Name one of the 7 processes or ways during which eukaryotic genes can be turned on or off.  3. Which sugar caused the transformed E.coli cells to glow in the dark?

100  1. How does gel electrophoresis work?  2. When your gel is done running and you look at the bands, how can you tell which are big and which are small?  3. Is DNA negatively or positively charged?

101  You flip a coin 100 times and get 37 heads and 63 tails.  Perform a chi square test. Show your work.  1. What is your chi square value?  2. What are your degrees of freedom?  3. What is your probability and do you accept or reject this?

102  Chapters  40 MC, 1 FRQ  Study: Punnett Squares, x2, chromosomes, bacteria/viruses, operons, protein synthesis, enzymes in protein synthesis, eukaryotic gene regulation  3 labs: fruit flies (online), pglo transformation, gel electrophoresis  Review notes, read book

103  Do NOT turn in your reviews.  Pick up a formula sheet and your winter break assignment.  You DO need a non-graphing calculator.  Lab reports due tomorrow!

104  Read the article.  Write 3 sentences to explain how this relates to what we have been learning in class.

105  For each question you missed, write 1-3 sentences that restates the question and the explains the correct answer.  Only do the MC.  Staple and turn in.  Read the telomere article and answer the questions.

106  Turn in your lab reports.  Keep your HW, you may use it on the test today.  Reminder: Ecology notes tomorrow, test on Monday.

107  1. Give an example of a herbivore.  2. Give an example of a k-selected organism.  3. Which organism is most important to the nitrogen cycle?  Ecology test is Monday (or the next day we have school)

108  We will start the Evolution unit on Monday.  Thursday and Friday: test corrections on Genetics/Ecology  Finals: Tues/Weds Jan 21/22  Semester ends Jan 22

109  1. What is the chemical formula of glucose?  2. In which step of cellular respiration/photosynthesis is carbon dioxide released?  3. What type of macromolecule is an enzyme?

110  Neither test can leave my room today.  For all multiple choice questions you missed: ◦ 1. Write out the question (summarize as needed) ◦ 2. Write out the correct answer. ◦ 3. Explain why that answer is correct ◦ Staple test corrections to each test, and turn them in before you leave. We can continue tomorrow (if needed)

111  Which type of bond:  1. Involves sharing electrons  2. Involves transferring electrons  3. Binds amino acids together

112  1. Define natural selection.  2. Name one of the 5 evidences of evolution.  3. Name one of the 5 ways evolution happens in nature.

113  1. What is the smallest group in an ecosystem that can evolve?  2. Does natural selection first affect the genotype or the phenotype?  3. How did giraffes evolve long necks?

114  In cats, black fur is dominant to white fur. In a sample population, 60% of cats have black fur. Calculate:  1. The frequency of the dominant allele.  2. The percent of homozygous dominant cats.  3. The percent of heterozygous cats.

115  Find q 2 first, so = 40% or 0.4  1. find p. q=0.63, so = 0.37  2. find p 2. (0.37) 2 = 0.14  3. find 2pq. 2(0.37)(0.63)= 0.47

116  In the US 80% of the population is rH positive, which is dominant. In a population of 1,000 people,  1. How many people would be heterozygous?  2. How many people would be rH negative (the recessive trait)?  3. How many people would be homozygous dominant positive?  Quiz tomorrow!

117  1. About how many years ago did “modern” humans appear in Africa?  2. What does the Hardy-Weinberg equation tell us about evolution?  3. Did humans evolve from monkeys, why or why not?

118  Please complete and turn in the End of Course Survey.

119  1. Write out the balanced equation for photosynthesis.  2.Where does the Kreb’s cycle take place?  3. During which step of the energy processes is oxygen produced?

120  1. Correctly write and spell the scientific name for human beings.  2. How can you tell if 2 animals are members of the same species?  3. Name one reason why 2 animals of different species can’t/won’t make babies together.

121  1. Late work: if it’s turned in after the bell rings to start class on the day it is due, the highest score you can earn is 75%.  2. Retakes: will be the same format as the original. Must be completed within 7 days of the original test. Test corrections must be completed prior to the retake. This only applies to summative assessments.  3. Class calendar: is on my website. Any day you miss, you are responsible for!

122  1. Name 2 structures in other organisms that are analogous to your arm.  2. What are phylogenic trees used for?  3. What is one piece of information scientists can use to construct an accurate phylogenic tree?  Bonus: Name all the levels of classification of a human. (Kingdom down to species)

123  Turn in Ch 29/30 RG  1. What is a gametophyte?  2. What is a sporophyte?  3. Name some non vascular, seedless plants.  4. Name a vascular, seedless plant.  5. Name a gymnosperm.  6. Name an angiosperm.  Get net books ready for notes!

124  Create a colorful poster showing the life cycles of mosses, ferns, and angiosperms.  Refer to the textbook and/or the internet  Due on Tuesday, Feb 4 (and you can use them on your quiz that day!)

125  Create a graphic organizer (design of your choice) that illustrates the main characteristics and example organisms that belong to the categories of gymnosperms and angiosperms.  Use your notes and pages 622-3, and to see which organisms should be included.  Colors and pictures are not required

126  Please answer questions 12, 13, and 14 on page 784.  Turn these in before you leave today.

127  Draw, label, and color a typical angiosperm flower and seed.  Pretend you can use this on your plant test and include that level of detail.

128  Create a chart showing the important plant hormones and their functions.  Due before you leave class today.

129  Turn in your vocabulary and Chapter 35 Reading Guides.  Put away everything except for something to write with.  Be ready for notes after the quiz (ch 35 and 36)  Due Weds: Ch 36 RG, Lab 9 pre-lab, and we will have a pre-lab quiz on lab 9 before we start.

130  After notes:  Read Lab 9  Complete Lab 9 pre-lab (study for quiz)  Optional: Do Lab 9 virtual lab to help prepare for quiz  Work on plant reproduction posters (due Friday), last class time is today, take them home with you!

131  Turn in your vocab and your Ch 35 Reading Guides  1. Name some gymnosperms.  2. What is the difference between angiosperms and gymnosperms?  3. What are some ways we use angiosperms in everyday life?  4. What is the female part of the flower called, and what are its parts?  5. What is the male part of a flower called, and what are its parts?

132  PLANT REPRODUCTION QUESTION 1982  In the life cycle of a fern and a flowering plant, compare and contrast each of the following:  A. The gametophyte generation  B. Sperm transport and fertilization  C. Embryo protection

133  Turn in your Ch 36 RG and your pre-labs.  Take out a piece of paper for your lab quiz.

134  1. List a brief set of steps you will follow today to do the lab.  2. What is the control?  3. What is the dependent variable?  4. What is the independent variable?  5. List at least 3 constants.  6. Sketch what the graph should look like (label all parts!)

135  Turn in your Ch 37 Reading Guides and posters.  1. Draw a flower and label:  Sepals, Petals  Stamen, anther, filament  Carpel, stigma, style, ovary  2. Count the petals, did you draw a monocot or dicot? How do you know?  Don’t forget Lab 9 and Ch 38 RG due Tuesday!  Get net books ready for notes!

136  Turn in your lab reports and Ch 38 RG.  1. Briefly list the steps of angiosperm reproduction.  2. How many sperm are in each pollen grain?  3. What does each do?  4. My current grade in this class is a ____, because:  Get net books out for Ch 39 notes

137  Turn in your revi ews and Ch 39 RGs  1. What is the function of the Casparian strip?  2. Photosynthesis takes place in which laye r of leaf tissue?  3. What is the dominant life phase of a moss?  4. What plants have naked seeds?  Pic k up an answer sheet for your test

138  1. What is the most important thing that a food web shows?  2. How much energy is transferred from one level to the next in a typical trophic structure?  3. Name 3 detritivores.  4. Name 3 producers.  5. Why can’t a food chain have more than 5 levels of consumers?

139  Pick up and read an article.  Share your thoughts: write a 3-5 sentence reaction to the article for your warm-up  Put the article back up front when you are done reading, and get net books ready for notes.

140  Thursday 2/23: Ch 32 RG due, Quiz on Ch 32 (review your notes!)  Monday 2/27: Ch 33 RG and vocabulary due  Weds 2/29: Ch 34 RG due  Fri 3/2: Animal test (Ch 32-34), review due

141  1. Test corrections: for each one you got wrong, explain what the right answer to the question is (note, for you % divide the number you got right by 36)  2. Work on vocabulary (due Monday)  3. Study your Ch 32 notes for Thursday’s quiz (focus on protostome/deuterostome, coelomate/acoelmate, radial/bilateral and come up with an example organism of each pair)

142  Turn in your Ch 32 RG  1. What are some characteristics of animals?  2.Which era are we in now?  3. Who has radial symmetry? Bilateral?  4. Who is a protostome? Deuterostome?  5. Who is a coelomate? Acoelomate?

143  Turn in your review (before the bell)!  1. Which organisms are most important in the nitrogen cycle?  2. How do animals get carbon?  3. Which cycle relies on weathering of rock?  4. What drives the water cycle?  5. Is energy recycled in food webs?  6. Please write your preference: flashcards or vocabulary sheet and WHY!

144  Turn in chapter 33 reading guide and your vocab (thanks Leann)  Which phyla is each animal in?  1. roundworms2. sponges3. leeches  4. jellyfish5. octopi6. anemones  7. coral8. planarians9. crabs  10. spiders11. clams12. people  13. tunicates14. starfish15. sea urchins

145  1. Complete and turn in phyla cladogram today (due by the end of class).  2. With a partner or by yourself, complete the 9 phyla poster. It must be colored, cut, glued, and correct. If you don’t turn it in today, it becomes homework and is due Wednesday.  3. Work on Chapter 34 RG (due Weds)

146  Turn in Ch 34 reading guides, and posters.  Name 2 animals for each phyla:  1. chordata2. echinodermata  3. arthropoda4. mollusca5. annelida  6. Platyhelminthes7. nemotoda (1)8. cnidaria  9. porifera (just 1)

147  Pick up an answer document.  Don’t turn anything in.

148  Pick up an article, read it and summarize it in one paragraph. Return it to the front when you are done.  Physiology due dates:  Thurs 3/8: Ch 40 RG, Ch 40 reading quiz  Mon 3/12: Ch 41 RG, vocab due  Weds 3/14: Ch 42 RG, Quiz on respiration  Thurs 3/15: Ch 43 RG, bring in rolly polly bugs  Mon 3/19: Ch 44 RG, Lab 11 due, ZOO FIELD TRIP  Weds 3/21: Ch 45 RG  Fri 3/23: Ch 47 RG, Quiz  Tues 3/27: Ch 48 RG, Lab 10  Thurs 3/29: Ch 49 RG  Fri 3/30: Physiology test, review due  SPRING BREAK!

149  Turn in your Chapter 40 Reading Guide  Put away everything except something to write with for your quiz.

150  Turn in 41 RG and vocab. Rolly polly bugs?  1. Name a suspension feeder.  2. What are the 4 stages of digestion?  3. List the 4 macromolecules and the enzymes that digest them.  4. What does the gall bladder do?  5. What is a ruminant?

151  Turn in 42 RG, rolly polly bugs?  Get net books ready for Ch 43 notes ASAP

152  Turn in your 43 RG, rolly polly bugs?  1. Which animals breathe through tracheal systems?  2. What are the 4 components of blood?  3. What is an interferon?  4. Which antibody has to do with allergies?

153  Describe the mammalian respiratory system. Include in your discussion the mechanisms of inspiration and expiration.

154  1. Do exercise 11a on page 2 (7:55-8:00am)  2. Everyone does page 3: one side wet and one side dry for 10 minutes, counting every 30 seconds. (try to be done by 8:15am)  3. Then on page 6, do A3: Design your own experiment. Make sure you record data in a data table!  Lab Report is due Monday-follow the directions on the front of your lab packet.

155  Turn in your Ch 44 RG  Get net books ready for Ch 45 notes ASAP

156  Turn in your Ch 45 RG  Get net books ready for lots of notes!  Revised due dates: ◦ Tuesday 3/27: Ch 48 RG due, vocab 2 due ◦ Thurs 3/29: Ch 49 RG due ◦ Fri 3/30: Review due, test

157  Turn in your Ch 45 RG  1. What type of macromolecule are hormones (2 answers)?  2. What does the thyroid gland do?  3. Which type of diabetes is hereditary?  4. What do we call a structure that releases a hormone?  5. What type of messengers do neurons release?

158  Join our edmodo group:   Click “I’m a student”  Group code is 8k0c2p, create a username and password you will remember, and use your REAL first and last name.  Then get ready for notes on Ch 46/47

159  Go to edmodo, scroll down to the bottom of the wall where it says “Digestion FRQ”  You will have 24 minutes to type your answer once you click to start.  Prepare yourself, it’s about digesting fat and protein in the stomach and small intestine.  Start it by 8:25am so you have enough time!

160  Describe the processes of fat and protein digestion and product absorption as they occur in the human stomach and small intestine.  Include a discussion of the enzymatic reactions involved.

161  Turn in RG 47  1. Name 3 animals that reproduce asexually.  2. What are some advantages to asexual reproduction?  3. What are some disadvantages to asexual reproduction?  4. What do we call making eggs?  5. What do we call making sperm?

162  Turn in Ch 48 RG  1. Where does fertilization occur?  2. What do we call the hair covering the fetus?  3. What is a polar body and how many are there?  4. What is a gamete?  5. What is parthenogenesis?

163  Turn in Ch 49 RG  Draw a neuron. Label the dendrite, axon, cell body, myelin sheath, and draw an arrow showing which way the nerve impulse travels down the neuron.

164  Pick up an answer document  Spring break homework: ◦ Reading Guide for Chapters 27, 28, and 31 ◦ 120 Question MC practice AP test  Both of these are on my website under the “summer/winter/spring homework” section

165  Turn in your reading guides and tests!  1. What happens in the small intestine?  2. What happens in the large intestine?  3. Which 2 types of digestion occur in the mouth?  4. What happens in the stomach?  5. How does digestion contribute to homeostasis?

166  1. What is the difference between a prokaryotic and a eukaryotic cell?  2. Which organelle makes proteins?  3. Write out the equation for photosynthesis.  4. What is a carrier?  5. What are some abiotic factors?  6. What are 3 differences between DNA and RNA?

167  For each question you got wrong, please write out WHAT the right answer is and WHY it is right.  Each response should say: “the correct answer is B, because…SCIENCE reason  You will receive 1/2 point for each completed correction.  You will lose an additional 10 points if you don’t do this (or don’t put in effort)

168  Turn in your take home FRQ and test corrections  1. Who was Gregor Mendel?  2. Which organelle in plants stores water?  3. What are the building blocks of lipids?  4. What are the 2 steps of photosynthesis?  5. What does the gall bladder do?  6. Who is Jane Goodall?  7. Who is Charles Darwin?

169  1. What type of molecule are enzymes?  2. What do enzymes do?  3. List 3 polysaccharides.  4. List and describe the 4 levels of protein structure.  5. What are the 4 nitrogenous bases of DNA?  6. How many total ATP are produced by cellular respiration?

170  Turn in your Review 2 and Lab 2, get out your net books and log in ASAP  1. What are the 3 subatomic particles, where are they located, and what are their charges?  2. List some important properties of water.  3. What is the Hardy-Weinberg equation used for?  4. What is the difference between an ionic and a covalent bond?  5. What are the 3 steps of cellular respiration?  6. Which 3 scientists discovered DNA?

171  Turn in your take home FRQ  1. Name a producer.  2. Name a consumer.  3. How much energy goes up a level in a food pyramid? Where does the rest go?  4. What is a keystone species?  5. Which level on the pyramid has the most biomass?

172  1. Complete Ecology/Evolution practice test  2. Complete Review Sheet 3  3. Go on Edmodo and take the genetics practice quiz

173  Get your net books and log in

174  Black fur is dominant to brown fur. 96% of animals have black fur. ◦ What % are heterozygous? ◦ What is p? ◦ What is q? ◦ If an FRQ asks you to design a lab, what did I tell you to do to get all the points?

175  Grade someone’s FRQ (rubric is on Edmodo), show them their score and turn it in to the bucket.  Do test corrections (due today) tests are on the net book cart  Do Lab Review Sheet 3  Lab Review 3 and Review 3 are both due on Weds since I will be out Monday.  Check your grade on Zangle - I am closing the grade book at 2pm sharp today so if you are turning stuff in do it now.

176  Matching: A. testis B. small intestine C. anterior pituitary  D. thyroid E. pancreas  1. controls blood sugar  2. secretes steroid hormones that affect secondary sex characteristics  3. releases hormones that increase the rate of cellular respiration  4. secretes the hormones FSH and LH which control ovulation

177  Complete the on-line lab and quizzes. Take screen shots of your completed quizzes and it to me  Pick up a lab packet, read through it, answer questions 1  3 on page 119, and create a graph based on the data taped to the board; staple it to the packet and turn it in.  Work on Review sheet 4

178  A. deciduous forest B. tropical rain forest C. desert  D. tundra E. taiga  1. long, cold, moist winters and short summers, gymnosperms  2. long, mild period with ample precipitation alternating with a cold period when plants become dormant  3. greatest diversity of species  4. dwarf shrubs, grasses and sedges that can tolerate long dark winters  5. very low rainfall

179  Turn in Review #4 only  a. glycolysis b. Kreb’s c. Calvin d. light reaction e. chemiosmosis  1. oxygen is released  2. carbon dioxide is released  3. carbon dioxide is consumed  4. used in both respiration and photosynthesis  5. sugar is oxidized  6. oxygen is used

180  1. Lab review power point  2. Watch Lab 12 video  3. Do the on-line lab 12 and send me a screen shot of your completed quiz  4. Do Lab Review 4 (due tomorrow)  5. Start the Ultimate Review (super long, on line only, due on Friday)

181  A. annelida B. mollusca C. arthropoda  D. Echinodermata E. chordata  1. bilateral symmetry, deuterostome, dorsal hollow nerve cord  2. coelomate, exoskeleton, jointed appendages  3. pharyngeal slits, endoskeleton, ventral heart  4. internal calcareous skeleton, deuterostome, water vascular system  5. closed circulatory system, protostome, many body segments

182  A. transcription B. translation C. transformation D. replication E. reverse transcription  1. protein is assembled at a ribosome  2. DNA is taken up by bacteria or yeast  3. cDNA is produced by RNA  4. RNA is made from DNA  5. cells grow  Ultimate review and plant review are due tomorrow

183  1. On Edmodo, follow the directions to take the 91 question practice test. Submit a screen shot of your final score so I can put it in the grade book.  2. Do your plant review and ultimate review – both due tomorrow.  3. Use the flash cards to study for the AP test/final exam.  4. Other than what’s listed above, the only other grade going into your semester grade is the science fair project.

184  1. What is rubisco?  2. What are 4 polysaccharides?  3. What are 3 things only plant cells have?  4. Name a cnidarian.  5. What does bile do?  6. What is the equation for photosynthesis?  7. What is the phenotype for type O blood?

185  Check Edmodo for science project ideas, proposal is due Monday!  Don’t forget your final project includes a typed lab report and a stand-up tri-fold poster to display in the little theater for the science fair.  FRQ portion of final is today

186  Science Fair Project introduction day!!!  Due dates (everything must be typed or ed! No late work at all ever NEVER)  Monday 5/21: Question due  Weds 5/23: Outline due  Fri 5/25: Bibliography due  Tues 5/29: Data collection due  Thurs 5/31: Rough draft due  Weds 6/6: Science fair in Little Theater!

187  Turn in or me your outline  We are taking a test today, find a #2 pencil please and put everything away ASAP.  It will take about 60 minutes, then we will discuss your projects and finish the video

188  Turn in or me your bibliography  Reminder: I am NOT accepting any late work for this project. If it’s not turned in by the START of class, you earn a ZERO  Note: Last day for late or missing work is one week from today, Friday, June 1

189  Turn in or me your data collection info

190  Turn in or me your rough draft  This has two parts: your lab report and a picture of your display board in progress

191  Everything is due Wednesday (lab reports must be printed, posters must be done)!  On Wednesday, we will take attendance, then go to the Little Theater and present our projects to each other and any visitors.

192  Please have your lab reports and displays ready to move to the Little Theater by 7:15.  We will be in the LT for the duration of 2 nd period presenting our work to each other and assorted visitors.


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