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Summer 2001

6/18/01

1ST Period & 2nd Period

  1. Student Information
    1. Emergency Cards
    2. Student/Parent info sheet.
  2. Expectations for Passing
    1. Vocabulary Quizzes
    2. Content Quizzes
    3. Final Exam
    4. Mini Presentations
    5. Final Presentations
  3. New Beginnings

Vocabulary

6/19/01

1ST Period

  1. Vocabulary Quiz
  2. Cell Organelles Involved in Making Proteins.
  3. Review of Cell Lab
  4. Connecting DNA to different hair types and growth (enzymes)
  5. Phenotype Lab
  6. Mendelís Peas to True-Breeding Parents

Vocabulary

2nd Period

  1. Vocabulary Quiz
  2. Cell Organelles
  3. Cell Membrane

Vocabulary

6/20/01

1st Period

  1. Vocabulary Quiz
  2. Mendelian Genetics
  3. Punnet Squares

Vocabulary

2nd Period

  1. Vocabulary Quiz
  2. Finish Cell Brochure
  3. Cell Brochure Due Date moved to tomorrow between 10:45 and Noon.

Vocabulary

Lecture

  1. Nucleus: Organelle that contains DNA.
  2. Cytoplasm: Everything inside the cell but the nucleus.
  3. Mitochondria: Organelle that releases energy in the form of ATP.
  4. Ribosome: Organelle that makes proteins
  5. Lysosome: Organelle that digest molecules, like a stomach of the cell, or and invading bacteria, like white blood cells.
  6. Endoplasmic Reticulum: Road or path through the cell, particularly molecules made in the cell.
  7. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum: Endoplasmic Reticulum that has ribosomes attached to it. More proteins are found near the rough endoplasmic reticulum.
  8. Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum: Endoplasmic Reticulum that does not have ribosomes attached to it. More lipids are found near the smooth endoplasmic reticulum.
  9. Golgi Apparatus: Organelle that packages, or wraps molecules made in the cell with a membrane.
  10. Peroxisome: Like lysosomes, but they only break down H2O2 into H2O.
  11. Microvilli: Organelle that moves the cell, or increase the cellís surface area.
  12. Cilia: Organelles found along the cellís surface that moves the cell, if it is a single cell. For a multicellular organisms, such as humans, cilia that line our bronchial tubes helps move air down to the lungs.
  13. Flagella: Organelle that is found singly or as a pair that moves single cell organisms, or sperm.
  14. Microtuble: Organelles that provide structure and form to a cell.

6/25/01

1st Period

    1. Presentations
      1. Prepare posters
      2. Present information
    2. Presentation Quiz
      1. What did Sutton find that segregated in cells, which satisfied Mendelís laws? Which law was satisfied?
      2. When Griffith combined the heat-killed S-bacteria and the R-bacteria, what happened to the S-bacteria? What happened to the mice?
      3. According to Avery, what was responsible for Griffithís results?
      4. What was responsible for making viruses in bacteria, proteins or DNA?
      5. How did Rosalind Franklin determine the structure of DNA? According to her work, what shape does DNA have?
      6. Describe the structure of DNA as Watson and Crick described its structure.

Vocabulary

2nd Period

    1. Lorenzoís Oil
    2. Finish answering questions to Lorenzoís Oil
      1. Due Tuesday
    3. Correct Content Quiz 1 in your groups.
    4. Share answers to Content Quiz 1 with class.
    5. Retake Content Quiz 1.

Vocabulary

None

6/26/01

1st Period

  1. Vocabulary Quiz
  2. DNA Structures
  3. DNA Models

Vocabulary

2nd Period

    1. Diffusion
    2. Osmosis
    3. Osmosis Lab with Dialysis Tubing

Vocabulary

6/27/01

1ST Period

  1. Finish DNA Models
  2. DNA Replication Lecture
  3. DNA Replication Handout

Vocabulary

2nd Period

  1. Passive, Facilitative and Active Transport Lecture
  2. Vocabulary Quiz
  3. Passive, Facilitative and Active Transport Posters
    1. Using your notes and the textbook, make a Poster that shows passive, facilitated, and active transport in one cell. You must show the lipid bilayer cell membrane, ions or molecules moving into or out of the cell, and the appropriate channel protein. For active transport, you must show ATP being used, and ADP being produced. The poster must be labeled. Pages 58-64 covers this topic in your textbook.
    2. The above will earn you a "B". If you wish to earn an "A", you must also include the proton pump, which is involved in turning ADP into ATP.

Vocabulary

6/28/01

1ST Period

  1. Finish DNA models

Vocabulary

2nd Period

  1. Finish Cell Membrane Models

Vocabulary

6/29/01

1ST Period

  1. Transcription/Translation
    1. Lecture
    2. Translating DNA into amino acids
    3. Protein Synthesis Worksheet

Vocabulary

  1. mRNA
  2. tRNA
  3. Transcription
  4. Translation
  5. codon
  6. Anticodon
  7. Stop Codon
  8. Start Codon
  9. Uracil

2nd Period

  1. Isotonic, Hypotonic, Hypertonic
    1. Lecture
    2. Lab

Vocabulary

7/02/01

1ST Period

  1. Review:
    1. DNA replication
    2. Transcription
    3. Translation
  2. Vocabulary Quiz
  3. Content Quiz

Vocabulary

2nd Period

  1. Lab: Finish Potato Osmosis Lab
  2. Lecture: Lab Report for the Osmosis Lab
  3. Lab Report: Write a quick Lab Report

Vocabulary

7/03/01

1ST Period

  1. Video: GATTACA. Answer the following questions:
    1. In GATTACA, how do they use genetic technology?
    2. In GATTACA, can you chose your destiny, or does your genes make you a first- or second-class citizen?
    3. Can the events GATTACA become true in the near future?
    4. What does the name "GATTACA" mean?

Vocabulary

2nd Period

  1. Lecture: Cellular respiration.
  2. Video: Finish Triassic Park
  3. Video: Dinosaurs, pt. 4.
  4. Pop Quiz:
    1. How do paleontologists determine what dinosaurs eat?
    2. How do paleontologists determine if a group of dinosaurs travel in a heard, or alone?
    3. How do paleontologists determine how many offspring a species of dinosaurs produce in a season?
    4. How do paleontologists determine the reproductive behavior of a species of dinosaurs?

Vocabulary

  1. For Thursdayís Quiz:
    1. Aerobic Respiration: Occurs in the cytoplasm and mitochondria, producing 36 ATP.
    2. Anaerobic Respiration: occurs in the cytoplasm, producing 2 ATP.
    3. Metabolism: Breaking down and building of sugar, proteins, and lipids
    4. ATP/ADP/AMP: High energy molecules in the cell.
    5. NADH/NAD+: Energy molecules in the cell. Used to make ATP.
  2. For Fridayís Quiz:
    1. Lactic Acid: the end product of anaerobic respiration.
    2. FADH/FAD+: Energy molecules in the cell. Used to make ATP.
    3. Pyruvic Acid: product of anaerobic respiration, made just before lactic acid.
    4. Citric Acid: Vitamin C.
    5. Coenzyme A: Made from citric acid, and used in the Krebís Cycle.
    6. Krebís Cycle: occurring in the mitochondria, it is the first step in aerobic respiration. Makes 2ATP, 2FADH2, and 6 NAHD.
    7. Electron Transport Chain: occurring in the mitochondria, it is the last step in aerobic respiration, producing 34 ATP.

7/05/01

1ST Period

  1. Lab: DNA Fingerprinting

Vocabulary

2nd Period

  1. Vocabulary Quiz
  2. Photosynthesis
  3. Sports and Medicine at the cellular level
    1. Cramps
    2. Uses of stem cells

Vocabulary

7/06/01

1ST Period

  1. Debate Topics and Roles
  2. Final Review

Vocabulary

2nd Period

  1. Debate Topics and Roles
  2. Final Review

Vocabulary

7/09/01

1ST & 2nd Period

  1. Debate Preparation
    1. Opening Statements due
  2. Final Review

7/10/01

1ST & 2nd Period

  1. Final Exam

7/11/01

1ST & 2nd Period

  1. Debate Preparation
    1. First Negative/Affirmative Rebuttals Due

7/12/01

1ST & 2nd Period

  1. Debate Preparation
    1. Second Negative/Affirmative Rebuttals Due

7/13/01

1ST & 2nd Period

  1. Debates
    1. Final Written Statements Due
    2. Debates are given.