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Title: Biology 10/18/12


1
Biology 10/18/12
  • Warm up Where are lipids for the cell membrane
    assembled?

Todays activities Warm up Ribosome,
Endoplasmic Reticulum and Golgi
Apparatuses. Reading Pg. 176 Nucleus, 244
chromosomes.

2
Describe the structure and function of the
mitochondria and chloroplast and describe how the
function and structure relate to one another.
3
Biology 10/16/12
  • Warm up What is the primary function of
    mitochondria and chloroplasts?

Todays activities Warm up New warm-up quiz on
the reading Chloroplast notes, Reading 177-178
Ribosomes, Endoplasmic Reticulum and Golgi
Apparatus

4
Biology Per.7 10/15/12
  • Warm up What is the primary function of
    mitochondria and chloroplasts?

Todays activities Warm up Review of Cell
membrane and quiz Reading 179,180 Mitochondria
and chloroplast 222 overview of cellular
respiration 228,229 electron transport New
warm-up quiz on the reading

5
Biology 10/15/12
  • Warm up What makes up the Lipid Bi-layer?

Todays activities Warm up Review of Cell
membrane and quiz Reading 179,180 Mitochondria
and chloroplast 222 overview of cellular
respiration 228,229 electron transport New
warm-up quiz on the reading

6
Biology 10/11/12
  • Warm up Phosphate in the cell membrane
    hydrophobic or hydrophilic?

Todays activities Warm up Review of Cell
membrane and Mitochondria/Chloroplast Reading
179,180 Mitochondria and chloroplast 222 overview
of cellular respiration 228,229 electron
transport New warm-up quiz on the reading

7
Membrane Vocabulary
  • Hydrophilicwill bond with water
  • Hydrophobic..will not bond with water
  • Phospholipidmolecule make of a phosphate and a
    lipidthey make up the membrane.
  • Phosphatemolecule made of phosphorus and
    hydrogen
  • Lipid bilayer
  • Lipid chains.hydrophobic chains of carbon and
    hydrogen found inside the membrane.

8
Biology 10/10/12
  • Warm up
  • Describe 2 functions of membrane proteins.

Todays activities Warm up Mitochondria and
chloroplasts discussion and notes.

9
Biology 10/8/12
  • Warm up
  • How does osmosis and diffusion relate to cellular
    structure?

Todays activities Warm up Beginning of new
unit Cell parts Unit intro and cell types
notes Cell types worksheets. Due 10-9 Reading
page 182-189

10
Biology 10/5/12
  • Warm up
  • Define these terms
  • If a cell with 65 water concentration were
    placed in a fluid with 75 salt concentration,
    what would happen to the shape of the cell?
    Explain where the water would travel during this
    process.

Todays activities Warm up Beginning of new
unit Cell parts Read Pg.169-173 questions
1,2,4,5 pg 173 Data Collection Pre-test You get
full credit on this 15 point quiz simply by
completing every question and taking your
timeuse at least 30 minutes to take the test.
Note The more questions that are answered
correctly less need for direct instruction in
that area more lab/ activity time to explore the
concepts.

11
Biology 10/4/12
  • Warm up
  • Define these terms
  • -Active Transport
  • -Facilitated Diffusion

Todays activities Warm up Revisit biological
molecules quiz Explanation of diffusion, osmosis,
active transport, facilitated diffusion. Reminder
of Assignment Read pages 184-189 -Define all
bold vocabulary terms. Due Thurs. Complete
together (5pts if over half is attempted)

Osmosis practice problems due Thurs. Osmosis
Demos Friday Begin unit about Cell Organelles
PRE-TEST

12
Biology 10/3/12
  • Warm up
  • Define these terms
  • -Diffusion
  • -Osmosis

Todays activities Warm up Explanation of
diffusion, osmosis, active transport, facilitated
diffusion. Assignment Read pages 184-189
-Define all bold vocabulary terms. Due
Thurs. -Osmosis practice problems due
Thurs. ________________________________ upcoming
events Thursday Revisit biological molecules
quiz Friday Begin unit about Cell Organelles

13
Biology 10/2/12
  • Warm up
  • Define the following terms
  • Monomer
  • Polymer

Todays activities Warm up QUIZ Biological
Molecules p.188 1-3 Analyzing Data
Due Wed p.189 2,3, and 6 Due Wed

14
Biology 10/1/12
  • Warm up
  • What biological molecule is shown below? How do
    you know ?

Todays activities Warm up Review Discussion
Biological molecules carbohydrates, lipids,
proteins, nucleic acids. (Study sheet) Review
activity QUIZ TUESDAY
Biological Molecules

15
Biology 9/28/12
  • Warm up
  • Each amino acid has a unique side chain called
    an ______________. (see page 48..first sentence)

Todays activities Warm up Revisit Metric
System Quiz (7th period only) Notes Nucleic
Acids ModelsNucleotides, Base pairing,
mutations.

16
Biology 9/27/12
  • Warm up
  • Proteins are polymers of molecules called
    ______________. (p.47)

Todays activities Warm up Reminder of past
activity Carbohydrate and Lipid models. (drawing
molecules Mondays assign) Revisit Metric System
Quiz Notes Protein structure Models Amino
acids, Polypeptide chains

17
Biology 9/26/12
  • Warm up
  • Describe the general shape of a lipid molecule.
    (p.46)

Todays activities Warm up Reminder of
AssignmentDraw and describe the general
structure of a carbohydrate, a lipid, and an
amino acid. Due Today. Discussion/Notes
Lipids Models Work time

18
Biology 9/25/12
  • Warm up
  • What is a carbohydrate? (p.45) Use the scientific
    definition.

Todays activities Warm up Discuss p.48
1-5 Notes/ Discussion ..carbohydrates Carbohydra
te models (p.45) AssignmentDraw and describe the
general structure of a carbohydrate, a lipid, and
an amino acid. Due Wed. Work time
Illustrations or Metric System quiz

19
Biology 9/24/12
  • Warm up
  • Write the metric prefixes from kilo- to
    milli- from largest to smallest.
  • Todays activities
  • Warm up
  • Metric Review activity
  • -QUIZ
  • If time allows
  • p.48 1-5


Upcoming events Biological Chemicals
20
Biology 9/21/12
  • Warm up
  • Joey runs around a 400 meter track five and a
    half times.
  • How many kilometers has he traveled?

Todays activities Metric Olympics Metric study
sheet Group story problem solving

Upcoming events Thursday/Friday Metric
Olympics Monday Review metric system QUIZ
21
Biology 9/20/12
  • Warm up
  • What is the name for the shape of the DNA
    molecule?
  • How is this shape helpful?

Todays activities QUIZ DNA replication Metric
system worksheets Metric Olympics

Upcoming events Thursday/Friday Metric
Olympics Monday Review metric system QUIZ
22
Biology 9/19/12
  • Warm up

Todays activities Warm up Pass back papers/
Grade print outs Revisit of old test Review DNA
replication QUIZ DNA replication
1
3
2

Which bases bond together in DNA?
Guanine Adenine Thymine Cytosine
Upcoming events Thursday/Friday Metric
Olympics Monday Review metric system QUIZ
23
Biology 9/18/12
  • Warm up

Todays activities Warm up Pass back papers/
Grade print outs Review of old test Work time on
Project (due Today) If you get done earlythere
is an EC assignment due Friday and/or you
can work on the next regular assignment due
Thursday. Upcoming events Quiz WED

1
3
2
24
Biology 9/17/12
  • Warm up Which kind of mutation can have a
    greater affect on the shape of the protein?
    (point or frame shift) Explain why.


Todays activities Warm up Introduction to
project / Computer rules Work time on Project
(due Tuesday) If you get done earlythere is an
EC assignment due Friday and/or
you can work on the next regular assignment
due Thursday. Upcoming events Quiz Tuesday if
you are ready (individual) Quiz WED for all who
have not taken quiz
25
Biology 9/14/12
  • Warm up Describe how a DNA or RNA strand may get
    a frame shift mutation. How does it affect the
    replication process?

Upcoming topics DNA, replication Quiz Tuesday
Metric system review
Todays activities Warm up Discussion DNA
replication 3D modeling /Mutations 3D
modeling Review of DNA replication process.quick
models Video DNA mutations Mutations/ Weird
mutations Cool down
26
Biology 9/13/12
  • Warm up What is a mutation?

Upcoming topics DNA, replication Protein
synthesis Genetic change in populations Quiz
Friday
Todays activities Warm up DNA replication 3D
modeling Mutations 3D modeling Video DNA
mutations Weird mutations Poster work time Cool
down
27
9/13/12
  • Describe one type of mutation and explain how it
    may affect an entire organism.
  • Please write one complete paragraph using your
    best writing.

28
Biology 9/12/12
  • Warm up What does helicase do during the DNA
    replication process?

Upcoming topics DNA, replication Protein
synthesis Genetic change in populations Quiz
Friday
Todays activities Warm up Poster work time (7
min) Poster and verbal explanation DNA
replication, mutations Video DNA mutation Cool
down Assignment Mutation illustration
29
9/12/12 Cool down
  • Describe two kinds of mutations and explain how
    it may affect the DNA replication process.

30
Biology 9/11/12
  • Warm up In DNA, base pairs bond together inside
    the double helix frame. Which base pairs bond
    with each other?

Todays activities Warm up Notes/Discussion DNA
Group assignment DNA / DNA replication Poster
and verbal explanation DNA replication,
mutations Video DNA replication Cool down
Upcoming topics DNA, replication Protein
synthesis Genetic change in populations Quiz
Friday
31
Biology 9/10/12
  • Warm up Characteristic All living cells
    contain DNA. Explain how DNA is useful for the
    living organism. Exactly what does it do for the
    organism?

Todays activities Warm up Notes/Discussion DNA
Quiz make up in library Group assignment DNA
/ Protein synthesis overview paragraph and verbal
explanation Video DNA replication and Protein
synthesis overview Cool down
Upcoming events Characteristics of living things
continued/ Experimental design.
32
  • Groups textbook research How do cells use the
    information in DNA to create proteins?
    (describe at least 5 steps)
  • Group writes down their best answer and verbally
    shares it with the class.

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Biology 9/10/12
  • Warm up Characteristic All living cells
    contain DNA. Explain how DNA is useful for the
    living organism. Exactly what does it do for the
    organism?

Todays activities Warm up Notes/Discussion DNA
Quiz make up in library Group assignment DNA
/ Protein synthesis overview paragraph and verbal
explanation Video DNA replication and Protein
synthesis overview Cool down
Upcoming events Characteristics of living things
continued/ Experimental design.
35
Biology 9/10/12
  • Cool down
  • draw a DNA strand.
  • -show at least six sets of nucleotides
  • -show which nucleotides bond together (AT) (CG)

36
Biology 9/7/12
  • Warm up Describe the things that would be found
    at the ecosystem level of organization.

Todays activities Warm up Discuss the cool down
activity from 9/6 (levels of organization) Review
Quiz Emergency procedures (if time
permits) Cool down
Upcoming events Friday (today) -Syllabus
due Cool down question from 9/6 due Quiz
Characteristics of life, procedures Monday Chara
cteristics of living things continued/
Experimental design.
37
Biology 9/7/12
  • Cool down
  • Write your best paragraph about at least three
    concepts/facts that you learned or were reminded
    of during this week in this class. Use complete
    sentences.
  • .

38
Biology 9/6/12
  • Warm up Describe something besides temperature
    that the human body must keep in balance.

Todays activities Warm up Discuss the cool down
activity from 9/5 (viruses) Group activity
Poster characteristics of living things/ share
examples Group activity Checkpoint
question Emergency procedures (if time
permits) Cool down questions due at the
beginning of the period Friday
Upcoming events Friday -Syllabus due Cool down
question from 9/6 due Quiz Characteristics of
life, procedures
39
Biology 9/6/12
  • Checkpoint List 5 things that the human body
    must keep in balance to maintain homeostasis.
    For each thing that is listed, describe how the
    body reacts when that thing is out of balance.
  • Cool down Biology studies many different levels
    of life. List the level of life in order from
    smallest (cell) to largest (biosphere). For each
    level use an example that is different from
    example given in the textbook.

40
Biology 9/5/12
  • Warm up What makes something a living organism?

Todays activities Review of procedures/ book
checkout Group activitycharacteristics of living
things Group activity Checkpoint question Group
assignment Characteristics of Life Poster due
Thursday Cool down questions due at the beginning
of the period Thurs. Emergency procedures (if
time permits)
Upcoming events Thursday -Group poster
due -Cool down questions due Friday -Syllabus
due
41
Biology 9/5/12
  • Checkpoint Describe how a fish demonstrates each
    characteristic of life.
  • Cool down Viruses do not have cells and do not
    perform homeostasis. Do you think they should be
    considered living organisms? (explain why/why
    not and discuss the characteristics that viruses
    do have)

42
Biology 9/5/12
  • Warm up / attendance (5 min)
  • Group activity (think/write/share) (20 min)
  • Describe / Define the characteristic of life that
    your group was assigned.
  • Explain how various organisms complete this
    function/ characteristic
  • Explain why this characteristic is vital to life.
  • Checkpoint question Characteristics of Life
    (example fish)(5 min)
  • Video Viruses and Bacteria10 minutes
  • -discuss differences between viruses and
    bacteria
  • Cool down question (5 min) Viruses / Work on
    assignment (7 min)
  • -students write answerdue by end of the period
  • Assignment Describe at least five things that
    needs to remained balanced in the human body to
    maintain homeostasis. Also explain how the human
    body maintains the balance. For examplebody
    heat.sweating when hot, shiver when cold. Due
    at the next class meeting.

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