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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.
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.
Who am I? I am sarcastic, witty, optimistic, patient, organized, happy, nerdy, responsible, a scientist, a vegetarian, SoCal, and a mom.
Syllabus Procedures Current Events Root word reminder Test tips Lab Reports and Lab Seats Graphing Activity (due Monday)
◦ 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!
1. Isotopes have a different number of _______________. 2. What makes carbon so very versatile? 3. Name a hydrophobic substance.
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?
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?
1. What type of molecule is this? 2. What does your body need it for? 3. What food can you find it in?
1. What type of molecule is this? 2. What does your body need it for? 3. What food can you find it in?
1. What type of molecule is this? 2. What does your body need it for? 3. What food can you find it in?
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
1. What do eukaryotes have that prokaryotes don’t? 2. Which organelle makes proteins? 3. What is the fluid inside a cell called?
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.
Define each term that begins with the letter c 1. Chromatin 2. Cytosol 3. Cellulose 4. Cristae 5. Centrioles 6. Chloroplast
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!!!
Important: we have to switch Tuesday and Wednesday (Days 7 and 8 on the schedule)!!
1. What does the smooth ER do? 2. What is apoptosis? 3. Name a college OUTSIDE OF WISCONSIN that you would consider applying to.
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 0.2M11.72g13.89g18.5 0.4M12.22g12.06g-1.3 0.8M11.88g8.37g-29.5 1.0M11.65g7.14g-38.7
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:
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?
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.
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.
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.
Turn in your pre-labs and begin your lab immediately
Calculate the standard deviation for the following numbers: 2, 3, 3, 5, 6 Show your work. You may use a NON graphing calculator only.
1. What does ATP stand for? 2. In which organelle does cell respiration take place? 3. What is the chemical formula of glucose?
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.
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?
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!
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?
1. Explain chemiosmosis. 2. Explain oxidative phosphorylation. 3. What is the final electron acceptor in the ETC?
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!
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.
Turn in, stapled together, in this order: 1. Lab Report 2. Pre-Lab 3. Virtual Lab 4. Post Lab Analysis
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.
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?
1. Name a heterotroph. 2. What is Rubisco? 3. Name 1, 2, or 3 of the outputs of the light dependent reactions of photosynthesis.
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
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?
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)
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?
1. How is photorespiration different than photosynthesis? 2.Which enzyme replaces Rubisco in C4 plants? 3. Name a C3 plant.
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).
Turn in your pre-labs Begin Lab immediately Test Friday, Lab Report due Monday
1. Write the equation for cellular respiration. 2. Where does the Kreb’s Cycle occur? 3. Is zinc a cofactor or coenzyme?
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
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?
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
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.
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?
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.
Haploid or Diploid? 1. sperm 2. gamete 3. zygote 4. skin cell 5. n 6. cell with 46 chromosomes
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 232-233 for help. I won’t be here Monday/Tuesday. Tuesday Friday are all 2 hour delays.
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
No Pro-Quiz Turn in your pre-labs and Venn Diagrams. Begin working on your labs. Try to turn them in before you leave.
Pick up a review sheet. We are playing the review game, so form teams. Test tomorrow!
Do NOT turn in the review. Go to your testing seats immediately with a pen/pencil, calculator, and laminated sheets.
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?
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.
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.
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
What are the genotypes (using the letter A/a): 1. I-12. II-33. III-14. III-6 5. IV-26. IV-1
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!
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?
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?
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
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?
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?
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)
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?
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.
Name and explain 3 different biotechnology techniques you read about in Chapter 20. Bonus: What are we doing on December 13?
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.
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?
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!
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?
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?
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.
Please answer question 14 on page 380 in your textbook and either turn it in or complete it for homework.
1. Which viral reproductive cycle kills the host cell? 2. What pathogen causes mad cow disease? 3. Name 4 cellular structures bacteria have.
1. 20 minutes individually. This goes in the grade book. 2. 10 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. 3. 10 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.
1. Name a repressible operon. 2. What are extracellular viral glycoprotein spikes used for? 3. Explain why antibacterial soap can be harmful.
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
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.
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?
Complete pages 39-42. 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.
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?
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?
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?
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?
Chapters 14-20 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
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!
Read the article. Write 3 sentences to explain how this relates to what we have been learning in class.
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.
Turn in your lab reports. Keep your HW, you may use it on the test today. Reminder: Ecology notes tomorrow, test on Monday.
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)
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
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?
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)
Which type of bond: 1. Involves sharing electrons 2. Involves transferring electrons 3. Binds amino acids together
1. Define natural selection. 2. Name one of the 5 evidences of evolution. 3. Name one of the 5 ways evolution happens in nature.
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?
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.
Find q 2 first, so 100-60 = 40% or 0.4 1. find p. q=0.63, so 1-0.63= 0.37 2. find p 2. (0.37) 2 = 0.14 3. find 2pq. 2(0.37)(0.63)= 0.47
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!
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?
Please complete and turn in the End of Course Survey.
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?
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.
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!
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)
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!
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!)
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 630-1 to see which organisms should be included. Colors and pictures are not required
Please answer questions 12, 13, and 14 on page 784. Turn these in before you leave today.
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.
Create a chart showing the important plant hormones and their functions. Due before you leave class today.
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.
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!
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?
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
Turn in your Ch 36 RG and your pre-labs. Take out a piece of paper for your lab quiz.
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!)
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!
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
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
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?
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.
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
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)
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?
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!
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
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)
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)
Pick up an answer document. Don’t turn anything in.
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!
Turn in your Chapter 40 Reading Guide Put away everything except something to write with for your quiz.
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?
Turn in 42 RG, rolly polly bugs? Get net books ready for Ch 43 notes ASAP
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?
Describe the mammalian respiratory system. Include in your discussion the mechanisms of inspiration and expiration.
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.
Turn in your Ch 44 RG Get net books ready for Ch 45 notes ASAP
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
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?
Join our edmodo group: www.edmodo.com www.edmodo.com 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
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!
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.
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?
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?
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.
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
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?
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?
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)
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?
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?
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?
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?
1. Complete Ecology/Evolution practice test 2. Complete Review Sheet 3 3. Go on Edmodo and take the genetics practice quiz
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?
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.
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
Complete the on-line lab and quizzes. Take screen shots of your completed quizzes and email it to me (email@example.com) 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
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
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
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)
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
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
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.
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?
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
Science Fair Project introduction day!!! Due dates (everything must be typed or emailed! 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!
Turn in or email 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
Turn in or email 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
Turn in or email me your data collection info
Turn in or email me your rough draft This has two parts: your lab report and a picture of your display board in progress
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.
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.