Presentation on theme: "Here is a list of all of the labs we did this semester… it might be smart to put all of them together. Making and Using a Dichotomous Key Exploring Viruses."— Presentation transcript:
Here is a list of all of the labs we did this semester… it might be smart to put all of them together. Making and Using a Dichotomous Key Exploring Viruses & Bacteria Protist ID Fungus ID Pollen Crime Lab Plant Classification Lab Build a Plant Tracks Lab Goldfish Lab Animal ID Invertebrate Dissections Vertebrate Dissections Cardiac Rate Lab Human Energy Requirements Nervous System Lab
Station 1: Dichotomous Keys. ID these 2 creatures. 1.A.Three (3) sided with straight lines Go to 2 B.Three (3) sided with wavy lines Go to 10 2.A.Has no eyes Go to 3 B.Has eyes Go to 5 3.A. Has flagella for movement Go to 4 B.Has cilia for movement Go to 5 4.A.The three sides are of equal length Triangulum equalius B.The three sides are not of equal length Go to 12 5.A.Has crossed eyes Go to 6 B.Eyes not crossed Go to 9 6.A.Has a single flagellum for movement Triangulum monoflagelleum B.Has two or more flagellum for movement Triangulum polyflagelleum 7.A.Total number of cilia for movement are odd Triangulum oddcilius B.Total number of cilia fo rmovement are even Go to 8 8.A.Has a pointed nose Triangulum pointiatus B.Has a rounded nose Triangulum roundiatus 9.A.Has two cilia on each side for movement Triangulum biciliatus B.Has more than two cilia on each side Triangulum Polycilius 10.A.Has crossed-eyes Go to 11 B.Eyes not crossed Triangulum waveus (samplest correctus) 11.A.Lower half of the body has a dot pattern Triangulum lowdotteus B.Upper half of the body has a dot pattern Triangulum upperdotteus 12.A.Has a pointed nose Triangulum pointiflagelleum B.Has a rounded nose Triangulum roundiflagelleum 1.Triangulum polycilius 2.Triangulum lowdotteus
Station 2: During the Protist ID lab we viewed live protists. Name each protist below. Identify if it is multicellular, unicellular or colonized Paramecium Unicellular Euglena Unicellular Volvox Colony
Station 3: Fungus ID a.What is the name of the fuzzy organism growing on the bread? MOLD b. Is it Eukaryotic or Prokaryotic? EUKARYOTIC (bacteria are the only PROKARYOTES) c. Is it Autotrophic or Heterotrophic? HETEROTROPHIC…feed on other things d. Is it Unicellular or Multicellular? MULTICELLULAR (yeast would be an example of unicellular mold) e. What is a lichen? (partnership between fungus (provides support), and algae (does photsynthesis to make food)
Station 4: Animal Tracks Write the formula for each of the tracks below Print 1Print 2 F4h4 f5H5c
Station 5: Plant Labs a)Label the parts of the flower a. Petal b. Stigma c. Style d. Ovary e. Filament f. Anther b) Is the stamen male or female? Male (has the word men in it!) c) Is the pistil male or female? Female d)What is pollen? What part of the flower produces pollen? Equivalent of sperm, produced by the anther e) Why is the stigma sticky? To attract pollen. f) What develops around a fertilized egg? FRUIT! (A ripened ovary)
Station 6: Vertebrate Dissection Label the following: 2. Liver 3. Gall Bladder 5. Stomach 6. Duodenum (beginning of small intestine) 8. Small Intestine What body system do most of these organs belong to? Digestive System
Station 7: Consider the Goldfish Lab, Cardiac Rate Lab and Human Energy Requirements Lab. a)What was measured in each lab? Goldfish: Operculum Movements Cardiac: Recovery Rate After Exercise Energy: Calories Burned vs. Calories Eaten b) What did the operculum movements in the Goldfish lab represent? Rate of cellular respiration…fishs metabolism c) What did recovery rate in the Cardiac lab represent? How in shape you were. Faster recovery, better heart health. d) How does BMR relate to the calories burned in a day? BMR is calories burned at rest. Add that to calories burned during activity. e) What was the learning objective in each lab? What were we trying to teach you? You can answer this one!
Station 8: Nervous System Lab a)Review the function of each Cerebral Lobe. b) Identify the brain stem and discuss its function. Connects brain to spinal cord, relays information c) Identify the cerebellum and discuss its function. Lower peach section under occipital lobe. In charge of movement Cranial Nerves: d) Match the cranial nerve with its function: - Vision- Olfactory - Smell- Facial - Hearing- Optic - Taste- Auditory Sensory Thinking Vision Hearing & Taste
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