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First Semester Fall 2011-2012 Mr. Retzbach.  Get to know each other  What is expected of you.  What you can expect from me.  Syllabus/Textbooks.

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1 First Semester Fall Mr. Retzbach

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3  Get to know each other  What is expected of you.  What you can expect from me.  Syllabus/Textbooks  What are you learning in this class.

4  Name  Grade  Favorite hobby  Sports team  Summer event

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6  Rules  Procedures

7  Define the Vocabulary for Chapter 6

8  What are atoms?  Various uses Various uses  Elements 

9  Components of an atom ◦ Protons ◦ Neutrons ◦ Electrons ◦ Possible uses of atoms in the body

10  Bill Nye Bill Nye  How do things become bigger than an atom?  Types of bonds  Strongest/ Weakest?  What compounds do the bonds form?  Ionic bonding Ionic bonding

11  Popular Acids and their uses  Popular Bases and their uses  Acid+Base=??  mistry/virtual-start.html

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13  Answer Questions at end of section 6.1  Numbers 1,3,4,5

14  Polar  Hydrogen bonds  Density  Properties of water in phases  Problem solving lab 6.2

15  Q&feature=related Q&feature=related  Brownian Motion  Definition  Three main factors  Primary vs. secondary

16  Oxygen diffuses into capillaries so blood can deliver it to the body  lEs lEs

17  Section Assessment 6.2  Questions 1-5

18  4 Valance electrons  Covalent bonds  Can form rings or long chains  Forms isomers and polymers

19  Common types  Form polysaccharides  Starch  Glycogen  Cellulose

20  Fats, oils, waxes, and steroids  Insoluble in water  Single bond chains- saturated  One double bond- unsaturated  More than one double bond- polyunsaturated

21  Amino acid ◦ Bonding ◦ Different characteristics  Functions ◦ Muscle Contraction ◦ Oxygen transport ◦ Immunity ◦ Regulation ◦ Assists in chemical reaction ◦ ctkPUUpUc&feature=relmfu

22  Changes the rate of reaction  Activity requirements  FS0&feature=related

23  Components  DNA  RNA

24  Section assessment 6.3  Questions 1-6

25  Identify and describe the structure and function of carbohydrates, proteins, lipid, and nucleic acid molecules  Name food sources for the major biological molecules  List two characteristics and actions of enzymes.  Discuss the influence of temperature on enzyme activity


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