Homework 2013


Thursday September 18


Text:
  • Read text on enzymes p. 151-159. Complete guided reading questions.
  • read Inquiry Figure 8.21 Answer the What if?
  • p. 161 Answer question 9. Draw it (Scientific Inquiry)

WIKI:
Complete Worksheets on Polysaccharides and Proteins (on WIKI)

Notes and Review Book:
Study for quiz on enzymes on Monday

Lab:
Bring in any materials you and your partner decided you need for tomorrow's extended enzyme lab.

Reminder: TEST - UNIT 1 Biochemistry will be on Tuesday, September 23


Friday September 19


WIKI:
  • Complete enzyme lab essay activity.
  • Write 1988 essay to pass in.
  • Use Biochemistry Tutorial to review.

Notes / review Book / Text/ WIKI / Quizzes
  • Study for quiz on enzymes on Monday.
  • Use all resources to study for unit test on Tuesday.

Reminder: TEST - UNIT 1 Biochemistry will be on Tuesday, September 23


Monday, September 22

Reminder: TEST - UNIT 1 Biochemistry will be on Tuesday, September 23


Notes / review Book / Text/ WIKI / Quizzes
  • Use all resources to study for unit test on Tuesday.



Tuesday, September 23

  • Work on Enzyme Lab mini-poster (Due on Friday)

Wednesday, September 24

  • First of all, here is a link to the powerpoint in case you want to check your notes. Sorry about my computer!!



  • Work on Enzyme Lab mini-poster (Due on Friday) Resources are on Lab Hints Page of WIKI. In order to help you collaborate, Team Pages are set up under Projects : Enzyme Lab 2013.
  • Work on Cell Organelle Poster (Due on Monday)
  • Read Endosymbiosis
  • Bring in materials for cell lab (Plant, animal, fungus, protists, bacteria????)

Thursday, September 25

  • Work on Enzyme Lab mini-poster (Due on Friday) Resources are on Lab Hints Page of WIKI. In order to help you collaborate, Team Pages are set up under Projects : Enzyme Lab 2013.
  • Work on Cell Organelle Poster (Due on Monday)

Friday, September 26

  • Work on Cell Organelle Poster / (Outline Due on Monday) Remember this assignment counts as a test grade. Make sure to check rubric to make sure you are meeting or exceeding expectations!

Monday, September 30

TEXT
  • Read text on cell membrane p. 125-140. Outline, use SQ3R or complete guided reading questions.
WIKI
  • Complete tutorial started in class. Complete worksheet on water potential.
  • Cell Organelle poster due tomorrow.

Tuesday, October 1

WIKI
  • Watch video on Cell Membrane

Thursday, October 3 / Friday, October 4


Hand-outs
  • Complete questions on whales; may be done in lab notebook or on a separate sheet of paper. Concentrate on the last three questions.

WIKI / Text/ Study Guide
  • Complete all Resources on Cell Membranes. Study for Cell Membrane Quiz on Monday
  • Read lab on diffusion and osmosis. Bring lab notebook to class on Monday!

Monday, October 7


WIKI

Complete worksheet and activity on cell size

Tuesday, October 8

  • Begin to read chapter on cell communication (p. 206-226). Take notes using SQ3R method.
  • Prepare procedures and data tables for tomorrows lab.
  • Figure out how to make the following solutions
1M Sucrose
1M Glucose
1M NaCl
5% albumen
  • Review yesterday's quiz on cell membrane; check against notes and powerpoint posted on WIKI (Cells continued); write down any questions you still have.

Wednesday, October 9


WIKI:
Complete worksheet on WIKI on Surface Area and Volume. Once you know how to do these calculations you can use an online calculator to plug in the numbers.
http://www.cod.edu/people/faculty/chenpe/sa-ratio.html

Lab:
Part 1: Complete your own calculations for your lab data on Part 1 of Lab - Surface Area and Volume
Part 2: Analyze data from Part 2. Determine if there are additional experiments you need to set up to answer the questions you devised.
Part 3: Make sure you know how you intend to set up your lab tomorrow for part 3. Create data table, etc.

Thursday, October 10


Lab Poster Presentation Due next Wednesday

Tuesday, October 15

  • Text: Read p. 228 - 237 Mitosis
  • WIKI : Complete on-line lab for recognition of stages of mitosis (Lab Page)
  • Work on mini-poster project: Diffusion and Osmosis - Due on Thursday

Wednesday, October 16

  • Complete mini-poster project: Diffusion and Osmosis - Due tomorrow
  • Study for quiz on mitosis

Thursday, October 17

WIKI:
Read articles on Control of Cell Cycle. Take notes using SQ3R. Be ready to discuss.
  • 2001 Nobel Prize
  • Cyclins and CDK
  • Oncogenes

Monday, October 21

  • Finish reading chapter on mitosis
  • Review structure of cytoskeleton p. 112-118
  • Study for Quiz tomorrow.
  • Complete study guide on Cell Cycle


  • And a great answer to both questions asked yesterday....Why don't nerve cells divide and if they can't divide, how do brain tumors form?


Tuesday, October 22

  • Watch Mr. Anderson's video on cell communication. Take notes.

Wednesday, October 23

  • Re-read chapter on Cell Communication. Review and revise notes.

Thursday, October 24


  • Find one or two articles on cell signalling that you think you will be able to use to complete the assignment you were given today. Also determine a disease you would like to research for part 2 of the assignment. You will be amazed at the number of diseases that have to do with cell signalling!
  • You might want to rewatch Mr. Anderson's video on Signal Transduction and take notes. We will be continuing to work on your claymation models of Cell signalling pathways on Monday.

Friday, October 25

Stem Cell Research Position Paper

  • You make work individually or with your partner(s) to write your position paper. I have set up pages on the WIKI project section if you wish to collaborate. This will be due on Wednesday.

Stem Cell researchers: Kelsey White, Victoria Sivco and Allison Pannoni
Pharmacologists: Tara McElhinney, Orna Lynch, Madeline LaRochelle
Ethicists from NABS: Jessica Langley and Alex Fishkind
Right to Life Committee Members: Sophia Felicetti, Katherine Dunham
Patients with Autoimmune Diseases/ Other illnesses: Sarah Briggs, Erin Condon and Ben Diefendorf

Monday, October 28

  • Watch TED talk : How Bacteria Talk (link on WIKI)
  • Complete assignment on cell signalling pathways and disease (both sides of paper)
  • Be ready to demonstrate your understanding of cell signalling using claymation.

Tuesday, October 29

  • Really Watch TED talk : How Bacteria Talk (link on WIKI). Be prepared to discuss!
  • Stem Cell Position Paper Due

Wednesday, October 30


  • Read articles on Cell Signaling : Prematurity Puzzle (with questions), 2012 and 2013 Nobel Prize Articles
  • Study for quiz on Cell Signals

Thursday, October 31

  • Study for test on Cells: Chapters 6,7, 11 and 12

REMINDER: TEST ON CELLS ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5!

Friday, November 1

  • Read Chapter 8. complete study guide questions to pass in.
  • Finish watching Mr. Anderson's video on Free Energy. Answer the questions below.

  • Continue studying for test on Tuesday.

REMINDER: TEST ON CELLS ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5!


Monday, November 4

  • Study for test!!!!
REMINDER: TEST ON CELLS TOMORROW!

Wednesday, November 6

  • Read chapter on cell organelles. Complete guided reading questions. Study for quiz tomorrow.

Thursday, November 7

  • Read Cell respiration Sections 9-1 to 9-3. Complete guided reading questions.
  • Watch glycolysis animation.

Friday, November 8

  • Finish reading chapter 9. Complete question packet. Watch videos on cell respiration including Mr. Anderson's video. Study for quiz on Thursday.

Tuesday, November 12

  • Study for quiz on Thursday on Aerobic Respiration
  • Finish Concept Map/ Modeling Cell Respiration Questions

Thursday, November 14

  • Study for quiz on glycolysis and anaerobic respiration
  • Complete pre-lab for respiration lab 2 in lab notebook.

Friday, November 15

  • Finish Bean Brew Case Study.
  • Look up info on other uses for fermentation. Write 1 page paper. Be prepared to discuss.
  • Complete pre-lab for respiration Inquiry Lab on Monday. You should have new hypothesis, revised procedure and new data tables to record data. Also identify independent and dependent variables.

Monday, November 18


  • Finish calculations and analysis for Respiration Labs 1 and 2
  • Complete Respiration chapter guided reading questions to pass in.
  • Study for quiz on glycolysis and anaerobic respiration.

Tuesday, November 19


  • Start reading chapter 10. Sections 10-1 to 10-2. (p. 185-192). Complete guided reading questions.

Wednesday, November 20

  • Complete worksheet on light absorption.
  • Watch Mr. Anderson video on Photosynthesis

Thursday, November 21

  • Finish reading section 10-2.
  • Study for Quiz: Light Reactions / Chemiosmosis

Friday, November 22

  • Complete reading chapter 10. Complete study guide questions and photosynthesis review worksheet (part 2)
  • Study for quiz on the Calvin cycle and C3 and CAM photosynthesis.
  • Read article " The Dark Reactions don't Happen in the Dark". Answer questions.

REMINDER: TEST ON ENERGY: WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27!


Monday, November 25
  • Study for quiz on calvin cycle.
  • Complete reading packet from class today
  • Complete Photosynthesis chart and photosynthesis review sheet on WIKI

Tuesday, November 26

  • Study for tomorrow's test!

Wednesday, November 27

  • Complete fermentation lab write-up in lab notebook
  • Chromatography essay. Use notes and text.
  • Watch Mr. Anderson's video on photosynthesis lab
  • Set up lab notebook for photosynthesis lab including method and data table(s). Use rubric!

Monday, December 2

  • Review lab notebook for photosynthesis lab tomorrow.
  • Complete timeline of DNA Research based on today's video (13 scientists)

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Monday, January 6


Continue reading Chapter 17. Complete guided reading questions

Tuesday, January 7


Finish Chapter 17 reading. Study protein synthesis for quiz tomorrow.