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Stratton Openers
Biology 2015
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2Class 15 • 10/20/15
Agenda
• Introductions
• Expectations & Routines
• What you need for this
class
• What have you...
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3What you need to have for class
Every Day
• Composition Book for
Openers, spiral notebooks
will NOT be accepted.
• ...
1. Name and nickname
2. Favorite subject
3. Previous school (& location if not
local)
4. Number of family members you live...
Class
C e l l P r o c e s s e s
Oct. 22, 2015 1
6
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Class 16 Opener
10/22/15
In your composition
book write the date at
the top of the page then
answer the following
...
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Class 16 Opener
10/22/15
1.What is the difference
between active and passive
transport when discussing
cellular me...
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Agenda Targets
Class 16 • 10/22/15
Opener
Cellular Membranes Lab
• Understand how bubbles are a
model for cell mem...
Class
C e l l P r o c e s s e s
Oct. 26, 2015 1
7
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10 Opener • Oct. 26
1. What controls the
molecular movement
in and out of a cell?
2. What does the
drawing in Image ...
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11 Opener • Oct. 26
1.What controls the
molecular movement in
and out of a cell? The
cell membrane
controls the
move...
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12 Opener • Oct. 26
4. Lab: soap bubble —
What did the bubble
represent? It
represented a cell
membrane.
5.Explain h...
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 17 • 10/26/15
1.Opener
2.Diffusion,
Osmosis &
Cellular
Membrane
3.PowerPoint
4.Demo
...
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14
• Food Coloring
• Tea Bag
• Sugar Cube
• Colander (strainer)
Demo
Class
C e l l P r o c e s s e s
Oct. 28, 2015 1
8
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16 Opener • Oct. 26
1.What does Image
A represent?
2.How many
layer(s) make-up
cell membranes?
3.Describe the
differ...
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17 Opener • Oct. 26
1. What does Image A
represent? Image A
represents a
Phospholipid
Molecule
2. How many layer(s)
...
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 18 • 10/28/15
1. Opener
2. Finish
Diffusion,
Osmosis &
Cellular
Membrane
Lecture
3. ...
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19
• You will need
1. Directions Sheet
2. Yellow Phospholipid
Molecule Cutout Sheet
3. Answer Sheet
4. Colored Paper...
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20
• Lipid soluble
molecules are
transported through
the cell membranes
more easily than
water soluble
molecules
• S...
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21Cell Membrane Diagram
In this drawing
1. Proteins are orange
2. Carbohydrates are
green
3. Cholesterol is
yellow
P...
Class
C e l l P r o c e s s e s
Nov. 3, 2015 1
9
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23 Opener • Nov. 3
1.Describe the
properties of a
phospholipid
molecule found in a
cell membrane.
2.What is the
purp...
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24 Opener • Nov. 3
1.Describe the
properties of a
phospholipid
molecule found in
a cell membrane.
It consists of a
h...
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25 Opener • Nov. 3
1. Describe the properties
of a phospholipid
molecule found in a cell
membrane.
2. What is the pu...
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26
Agenda Targets
Biology Class 19 • 11/3/15
1. Opener
2. Turn in Cell
Membrane
Activity
3. Levels of
Organization
L...
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27Should have turned in
•Warm Ups
•Properties of water lab
•Molecule Models Lab
•“Structures of molecules” Paper
Class
C e l l P r o c e s s e s
Nov. 5, 2015 2
0
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 20 • 11/5/15
1. No Opener rather
questions before
test
2. Test 27 pts.
3. Collect Co...
Class
C e l l P r o c e s s e s
Nov. 12, 2015 2
1
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31
Agenda Targets
Biology Class 21 • 11/12/15
1. Labs
A. Diffusion Lab
today
2. Video on viruses
today
3. Next class...
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32Today’s Lab
Diffusion Lab
• Set-up1 Beaker (big in back
of class)
• Fill with H2O
• Add iodine
• 1 Plastic Baggie
...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Nov. 13, 2015 2
2
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34 Class 22 Opener
1. Which way did the
iodine molecules
move through the
baggie membrane?
Image A
2. Which was larg...
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35
Agenda Targets
Biology Class 22 • 11/13/15
1.Opener
2.Pick up journals
(comp books) Worth
11 pts.
3.Test grades
a...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Nov. 17, 2015 2
3
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37 Class 23 Opener
1. Explain why
viruses are not
considered
living.
2. What is a
eukaryotic cell?
3. What is the ho...
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38
Agenda Targets
Biology Class 23 • 11/17/15
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39Carrot Osmosis Lab
Assigned Table Groups, Partners
• 100 ml of liquid in
• 3 plastic cups use
graduated cylinders ...
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40
• 10 % NaCl solution, saline
•Solution to = 100ml
• How much H2O? 90 ml
•How much NaCl? 10 g
• 1 ml of H2O = 1 g ...
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41
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Nov. 19, 2015 2
4
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43 Class 24 Opener
1. What do you think
will have
happened to the
carrots placed in
the 20% saline
solution?
2. What...
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44
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 24 • 11/19/15
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46
Data
Tables
Need 4
Sections
1.Title
2.Independent
Variable (IV)
3.Dependent
Variable (DV)
• Trials
4.Mathematical...
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47Data Table Checklist
1. Is there sufficient data to know whether
hypothesis is correct?
2. Are the data recorded i...
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48
Graph
s
Need 5
Sections
1.Title
2.Data
3.Legend
4.Y-Axis
5.X-Axis
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49Graph Checklist
1. Is data transformed into the form of a graph?
2. Is the graph type appropriate for the data bei...
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50Data & Graphs Grading Rubric
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Nov. 30, 2015 2
5
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52 Opener • 11/30/15
1.List the four items
which must be in
every data table.
2.Image A: What type
of graph is this?...
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53Opener Answer 1
1.List the four items which must be in every
data table.
2.Image A: What type of graph is this?
3....
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54Opener Answer 2
1.List the four items which must be in every
data table.
2.Image A: What type of graph is this?
Co...
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55Opener Answer 4
1.List the four items which must be in every
data table.
2.Image A: What type of graph is this?
3....
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56Opener Answer 5
1.List the four items which must be in every
data table.
2.Image A: What type of graph is this?
3....
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57Background Carrot, H2O Information
• According to the University of Kentucky
College of Agriculture's Cooperative
...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Dec. 2-3, 2015 2
6
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1. Which of the carrots is
in a isotonic solution?
2. How much water is in
Solution B?
3. Which direction will
wa...
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 26 • 11/13/15
1. Opener
2. Enter your data into class
Google spread sheet.
3. Create...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Dec. 4-7, 2015 2
7
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62
Agenda Targets
Biology Class 27 • 12/4-7/15
1. Opener — none, assembly
schedule
2. Review Class Data
3. Create
• ...
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63What to turn in:
In this order:
• Lab packet including
• Completed data table of your group's data
• Hand drawn gr...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Dec. 8-9, 2015 2
8
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1.Which of the carrots
is in a hypertonic
solution?
2.Which type of
graph is best when
comparing data that
is par...
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66
Agenda Targets
Biology Class 22 • 12/4-7/15
1. Opener
2. Pop Quiz
3. Review Class Data
4. Turn in Carrot Osmosis
...
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67What to turn in:
In this order:
• Lab packet including
• Completed data table of your group's data
• Hand drawn gr...
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Web
• Go to class website
• Go to Quizzes & Tests
page
• Click on
http://socrative.c
om/
• Choose student
Smart D...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Dec. 10-11, 2015 2
8
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1.What is Image A?
2.What are the
phases of mitosis?
3.How are mitosis and
meiosis
similar/different?
Opener • 12...
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 22 • 12/4-7/15
1. Opener
4. Turn in “Design an
Experiment Worksheet”
5. Cell Divisio...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Dec. 14-15, 2015 3
0
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73 Opener • 12/14-15/15
1.Draw & label a
basic cell cycle.
2.Why do cells
undergo mitosis?
3.What is a somatic
cell?...
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74 Opener • 12/14-15/15
1.Draw & label a
basic cell cycle.
2.Why do cells
undergo mitosis?
To grow tissue for
overal...
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75
Agenda Targets
Biology Class 30 • 12/14-15/15
1. Opener
4. Finish Cell Division —
Mitosis lecture
5. Amoeba Siste...
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76Mitosis Worksheets Round Robin Directions
Three handouts your color group will be working on. You will
rotate thro...
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77
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Dec. 16-17, 2015 3
1
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79 Opener • 12/16-17/15
1.How long does
mitosis last with in
the cell cycle?
2.What are the
sections of the cell
cyc...
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80
Agenda Targets
Biology Class 30 • 12/16-17/15
1. Opener
2. Finish Three
worksheets
• Visit class webpage on
mitos...
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81Mitosis Worksheets Round Robin Directions
Three handouts your color group will be working on. You will
rotate thro...
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82
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Dec. 18 — Jan. 4, 2015/6 3
2
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84 Opener • 12/18-1/4
1.What is Image A?
2.What happens in
cytokinesis?
3.What phase is
shown in Image B?
4.Explain ...
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 30 • 12/16-17/15
1. Opener
2. Turn in:
• Carrot Lab (past due)
• Mitosis Amoeba Sist...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Jan. 5-6, 2016 3
2
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87 Opener • 1/5-6/16
1.How is cellular
respiration different
from photosynthesis?
2.What is Image A?
3.Write the equ...
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 33 • 1/5-6/16
1. Opener
2. Cellular Energy:
• Photosynthesis
• 6CO2 +6 H2O  1C6H12O...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Jan. 7-8, 2016 3
4
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90 Opener • 1/7-8/16
1. Write the balanced
equation for
photosynthesis.
2. What are the objects
moving in Image A?
3...
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 34 • 1/5-6/16
1. Opener
2. Cellular Energy: Comparing
• Photosynthesis
• 6CO2 +12 H2...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Jan. 11-12, 2016 3
5
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93 Opener • 1/11-12/16
1.What are the
reactants for
photosynthesis.
2.About how many
different
photosynthesizing
pig...
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 35 • 1/5-6/16
1. Opener
2. Cellular Energy: Comparing
• Photosynthesis
• 6CO2 +12 H2...
Class
L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n
Jan. 13-14, 2016 3
6
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96 Opener • 1/13-14/16
1.What are the
products of
photosynthesis.
2.Name two
photosynthesizing
pigments & explain
wh...
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Agenda Targets
Biology Class 36 • 1/13-14/16
1. Opener
2. Cellular Energy: Comparing
• Photosynthesis
• 6CO2 +12 ...
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  1. 1. Slide 1 Stratton Openers Biology 2015
  2. 2. Slide 2Class 15 • 10/20/15 Agenda • Introductions • Expectations & Routines • What you need for this class • What have you learned? • Vocabulary (review?) • Cell Membranes Targets • Getting to know members of class • Understand basic classroom procedures • Review/learn • Nature of Science • Inferences • Facts • Hypothesis • Open-ended questions
  3. 3. Slide 3What you need to have for class Every Day • Composition Book for Openers, spiral notebooks will NOT be accepted. • Black or Dark Blue ink pen • Pencil • Three-ringed binder to keep papers in. • Notebook paper On Occasion • 4 Gb USP thumb drive • Colored Pencils • Simple calculator
  4. 4. 1. Name and nickname 2. Favorite subject 3. Previous school (& location if not local) 4. Number of family members you live with 5. Favorite type of music 6. Favorite singer/band 7. Favorite reading material (book, magazine) 8. Favorite TV program 9. Something about yourself others don’t know 10. What makes you unique 11. One biology “thing” you have learned so far that you did not know, expect or were amazed by. On a sheet of paper answer the following questions Tell Me about You A.Type of your computer operating system B.Whether you have Internet connection at home.
  5. 5. Class C e l l P r o c e s s e s Oct. 22, 2015 1 6
  6. 6. Slide 6 Class 16 Opener 10/22/15 In your composition book write the date at the top of the page then answer the following questions. 1.What is the difference between active and passive transport when discussing cellular membranes? 2.Image A is an example of… ? 3.How is diffusion Image B Image A
  7. 7. Slide 7 Class 16 Opener 10/22/15 1.What is the difference between active and passive transport when discussing cellular membranes? Active transport requires energy (ATP) and passive transport does not. 2.Image A is an example of… ? Image A is an example of active transport. 3.How is diffusion different than osmosis? Osmosis is a specialized form of diffusion. Diffusion may or may not be a form of osmosis. Specifically osmosis is the diffusion of Image B Image A
  8. 8. Slide 8 Agenda Targets Class 16 • 10/22/15 Opener Cellular Membranes Lab • Understand how bubbles are a model for cell membranes. • Create flexible membrane mimicking the Fluid Mosaic Model. • Understand membranes are fluid and flexible. • Know why membranes are able to self-repair. • Recognize eukaryotic cells feature membrane bound organelles. • Understand how membrane proteins can perform special
  9. 9. Class C e l l P r o c e s s e s Oct. 26, 2015 1 7
  10. 10. Slide 10 Opener • Oct. 26 1. What controls the molecular movement in and out of a cell? 2. What does the drawing in Image A represents? 3. What does the animation in Image B represent? 4. Lab: soap bubble — What did the bubble represent? 5. Explain how the “skin” Image B Image A
  11. 11. Slide 11 Opener • Oct. 26 1.What controls the molecular movement in and out of a cell? The cell membrane controls the movement of molecules in and out of a cell. 2.What does the drawing in Image A represents? Image A is of a cell membrane. 3.What does the animation in Image B represent? The Image B Image A
  12. 12. Slide 12 Opener • Oct. 26 4. Lab: soap bubble — What did the bubble represent? It represented a cell membrane. 5.Explain how the “skin” of the bubble differs from a cell membrane. The soap bubble non- polar “tails” face in the opposite direction of a cell membrane “tails.” Cell membrane non-polar tails face each other Image B Image A
  13. 13. Slide 13 Agenda Targets Biology Class 17 • 10/26/15 1.Opener 2.Diffusion, Osmosis & Cellular Membrane 3.PowerPoint 4.Demo 1.Learn how molecules move across a semi- permeable membrane 2.Understand the differences between diffusion and osmosis 3.Know the following terms: A.Endocytosis B.Exocytosis C.Pinocytosis D.Osmosis E.Diffusion
  14. 14. Slide 14 • Food Coloring • Tea Bag • Sugar Cube • Colander (strainer) Demo
  15. 15. Class C e l l P r o c e s s e s Oct. 28, 2015 1 8
  16. 16. Slide 16 Opener • Oct. 26 1.What does Image A represent? 2.How many layer(s) make-up cell membranes? 3.Describe the differences between active and passive transport. Image B
  17. 17. Slide 17 Opener • Oct. 26 1. What does Image A represent? Image A represents a Phospholipid Molecule 2. How many layer(s) make-up cell membranes? Two layers of phospholipids make up a cell membrane. 3. Describe the differences between active and passive transport. Active transport uses ATP Image B
  18. 18. Slide 18 Agenda Targets Biology Class 18 • 10/28/15 1. Opener 2. Finish Diffusion, Osmosis & Cellular Membrane Lecture 3. Cell Membrane Activity 1.Learn how molecules move across a semi- permeable membrane 2.Understand the differences between diffusion and osmosis 3.Know the following terms: A. Endocytosis B. Exocytosis C.Pinocytosis D.Osmosis E. Diffusion F. Semi-permeable 4.Create a paper model of a
  19. 19. Slide 19 • You will need 1. Directions Sheet 2. Yellow Phospholipid Molecule Cutout Sheet 3. Answer Sheet 4. Colored Paper for other molecules 1. Cholesterol = Green 2. Carbohydrates = Blue 3. Proteins = Purple or Pink • Remember to • Create a color-coded key • Use complete sentences when answering questions Phospholipid Molecule = Yellow • Head is Polar & Hydrophilic • Tail is non-polar & hydrophobic 10 Cholesterol = Green • Holds phospholipid molecules together 10 Carbohydrates = Blue • Attach to the perimeter of membrane • Cell identifiers 5 Proteins = Purple • Go through the cell membrane • Hold carbohydrates on perimeter • Transport items into and out of Cell Membrane Activity
  20. 20. Slide 20 • Lipid soluble molecules are transported through the cell membranes more easily than water soluble molecules • Small molecules are transported through the membrane more easily than large molecules • The higher the charge on the molecule, the harder Lipid Solubility Rules
  21. 21. Slide 21Cell Membrane Diagram In this drawing 1. Proteins are orange 2. Carbohydrates are green 3. Cholesterol is yellow Phospholipid Molecule = Yellow • Head is Polar & Hydrophilic • Tail is non-polar & hydrophobic 10 Cholesterol = Green • Holds phospholipid molecules together 10 Carbohydrates = Blue • Attach to the perimeter of membrane • Cell identifiers 5 Proteins = Purple • Go through the cell membrane • Hold carbohydrates on perimeter • Transport items into and out of cell
  22. 22. Class C e l l P r o c e s s e s Nov. 3, 2015 1 9
  23. 23. Slide 23 Opener • Nov. 3 1.Describe the properties of a phospholipid molecule found in a cell membrane. 2.What is the purple/blue item in Image A labeled “C.” 3.What does it do? 4.What type of Image B
  24. 24. Slide 24 Opener • Nov. 3 1.Describe the properties of a phospholipid molecule found in a cell membrane. It consists of a head region, which is polar & hydrophilic, and a tail region, which is non-polar & Image B
  25. 25. Slide 25 Opener • Nov. 3 1. Describe the properties of a phospholipid molecule found in a cell membrane. 2. What is the purple/blue item in Image A labeled “B.” It is a transport channel protein. 2. What does it do? It moves larger polar molecules through cell membrane. 3. What type of solution is shown in Image B? It is a hypertonic solution. Image B
  26. 26. Slide 26 Agenda Targets Biology Class 19 • 11/3/15 1. Opener 2. Turn in Cell Membrane Activity 3. Levels of Organization Lecture (comp. book notes) 4. Test Thursday 1.Learn how molecules move across a semi- permeable membrane 2.Understand the differences between diffusion and osmosis 3.Know the following terms: A.Endocytosis B.Exocytosis C.Pinocytosis D.Osmosis E.Diffusion
  27. 27. Slide 27Should have turned in •Warm Ups •Properties of water lab •Molecule Models Lab •“Structures of molecules” Paper
  28. 28. Class C e l l P r o c e s s e s Nov. 5, 2015 2 0
  29. 29. Slide 29 Agenda Targets Biology Class 20 • 11/5/15 1. No Opener rather questions before test 2. Test 27 pts. 3. Collect Comp. Books & homework 4. Nature of Science Video & Questions 1.Continue to explore nature of science & how scientists work & think 2.Prepare for diffusion/osmosis lab 3.Observe how molecules move across a semi-permeable membrane 4.Understand the differences between diffusion and osmosis 5.Know the following terms:
  30. 30. Class C e l l P r o c e s s e s Nov. 12, 2015 2 1
  31. 31. Slide 31 Agenda Targets Biology Class 21 • 11/12/15 1. Labs A. Diffusion Lab today 2. Video on viruses today 3. Next class: 1. Reading on viruses next class 2. Data Tables & Graphing (Carrot lab prep) 1. Learn how molecules move across a semi-permeable membrane 2. Understand the differences between diffusion and osmosis 3. Watch for changes in molecules indicating how they moved through semi- permeable plastic of “baggie.” 4. Discover relative size of iodine and starch molecules. 5. Know the following terms: A. Osmosis B. Diffusion C. Semi-permeable 6. Learn how flu viruses move through a body ‘s cells and multiply.
  32. 32. Slide 32Today’s Lab Diffusion Lab • Set-up1 Beaker (big in back of class) • Fill with H2O • Add iodine • 1 Plastic Baggie • Fill with Starch Solution (20 ml) • Wait 20-30 min. Final Set-up
  33. 33. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Nov. 13, 2015 2 2
  34. 34. Slide 34 Class 22 Opener 1. Which way did the iodine molecules move through the baggie membrane? Image A 2. Which was larger iodine or starch molecules and how did you determine this? Image A 3. Are viruses living? 4. What is a prokaryotic cell? 5. What is Image B a Image A Image B
  35. 35. Slide 35 Agenda Targets Biology Class 22 • 11/13/15 1.Opener 2.Pick up journals (comp books) Worth 11 pts. 3.Test grades a.Worth 25 pts. b.Retakes 4.PowerPoint mini lecture: Viruses (short) 1. Learn what viruses are. 2. Know the components of viruses. 3. Know how viruses replicate. 4. Determine whether viruses are living. 5. Learn how viral diseases are spread. 6. Understand the effects of viral infections.
  36. 36. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Nov. 17, 2015 2 3
  37. 37. Slide 37 Class 23 Opener 1. Explain why viruses are not considered living. 2. What is a eukaryotic cell? 3. What is the host of bacteriophages? Image B Image A
  38. 38. Slide 38 Agenda Targets Biology Class 23 • 11/17/15
  39. 39. Slide 39Carrot Osmosis Lab Assigned Table Groups, Partners • 100 ml of liquid in • 3 plastic cups use graduated cylinders to measure a) Distilled Water (gal.) b) Tap Water I. 10 % NaCl (salt) II. 20% NaCl • Mass carrot three carrots & record • Label cups w/ %, initial carrot mass, period & names
  40. 40. Slide 40 • 10 % NaCl solution, saline •Solution to = 100ml • How much H2O? 90 ml •How much NaCl? 10 g • 1 ml of H2O = 1 g of H2O • 1 ml = 1 cubic centimeter (cc) = 1 cm3
  41. 41. Slide 41
  42. 42. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Nov. 19, 2015 2 4
  43. 43. Slide 43 Class 24 Opener 1. What do you think will have happened to the carrots placed in the 20% saline solution? 2. What is hypertonic? 3. Which kind of graph would be best to graph your Image B Image A
  44. 44. Slide 44
  45. 45. Slide 45 Agenda Targets Biology Class 24 • 11/19/15
  46. 46. Slide 46 Data Tables Need 4 Sections 1.Title 2.Independent Variable (IV) 3.Dependent Variable (DV) • Trials 4.Mathematical ly Derived Data
  47. 47. Slide 47Data Table Checklist 1. Is there sufficient data to know whether hypothesis is correct? 2. Are the data recorded in the form of a table? 3. Is there a title? 4. Is the title clear and does it reflect the purpose of the data table? 5. Is the table organized, rows and columns are labeled, and units are indicted 6. Is the independent variable in the first column? 7. Is the independent variable named? 8. Is the independent variable unit included, if appropriate? 9. Is there a column (sometimes with sub- columns) for the dependent variable? 10. Is the dependent variable named? 11. Is the dependent variable unit included, if appropriate? 12. Are there trial sub-columns under the dependent variable (one for each trial)? 13. Is there a column for a derived or calculated quantity? 14. Is a sample calculation is given, if calculations are required? 15. Is the derived (e.g., average) column on the far right? 16. Is the derived quantity named, if appropriate? 17. Is the derived quantity unit included, if appropriate? 18. Are the derived calculations correct? 19. Does the data matches what was stated to be collected in the procedures? 20. Are data recorded correctly? 21. Is the source of the data noted? 22. If there is more than one table the tables are numbered consecutively. 23. Are SI Units used?
  48. 48. Slide 48 Graph s Need 5 Sections 1.Title 2.Data 3.Legend 4.Y-Axis 5.X-Axis
  49. 49. Slide 49Graph Checklist 1. Is data transformed into the form of a graph? 2. Is the graph type appropriate for the data being displayed? 3. Does the graph have a descriptive title? 4. Does the graph have a label on both axes indicating variables and units? 5. Is the independent variable on the x-axis? 6. Is the dependent variable on the y-axis? 7. Does the graph have the proper scale (the appropriate high and low values on the axes)? 8. Is the scale of graph is regular and consistent? 9. Is data plotted correctly and clearly? 10. Is the graph well-spaced on the page? 11. Is the graph neat, clean and easy to read? 12. Is there appropriate and descriptive key? 13. Are SI Units used?
  50. 50. Slide 50Data & Graphs Grading Rubric
  51. 51. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Nov. 30, 2015 2 5
  52. 52. Slide 52 Opener • 11/30/15 1.List the four items which must be in every data table. 2.Image A: What type of graph is this? 3.What are the five items every graph must have? 4.What type of graph/chart is Solution A pH 2.3 0% Solution B pH 2.9 0% Solution C pH 3.4 7% Solution D pH 3.9 25% Solution E pH 4.2 29% Solution F pH 6.7 39% Effects of Acid on Bean Sprouting Solution A pH 2.3 Solution B pH 2.9 Solution C pH 3.4 Solution D pH 3.9 Solution E pH 4.2 Solution F pH 6.7
  53. 53. Slide 53Opener Answer 1 1.List the four items which must be in every data table. 2.Image A: What type of graph is this? 3.What is the independent variable for the Acid bean Seed Lab? 4.What are the five items every graph must have? 5.What type of graph/chart is image B?
  54. 54. Slide 54Opener Answer 2 1.List the four items which must be in every data table. 2.Image A: What type of graph is this? Column Graph — vertical (bar horizontal) 3.What are the five items every graph must have? 4.What type of graph/chart is image B?
  55. 55. Slide 55Opener Answer 4 1.List the four items which must be in every data table. 2.Image A: What type of graph is this? 3.What are the five items every graph must have? 4.What type of graph/chart is image B?
  56. 56. Slide 56Opener Answer 5 1.List the four items which must be in every data table. 2.Image A: What type of graph is this? 3. What is the independent variable for the Acid Effects on Bean Seed Germination Lab? 4.What are the five items every graph must have? 5.What type of graph/chart is image B? Pie Graph (or Chart)
  57. 57. Slide 57Background Carrot, H2O Information • According to the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture's Cooperative Extension Service carrots are 87 percent water. • Several other sources listed 88 percent water content including a source from the mid 1800’s. • Tap water is not 100 percent water, it’s contains trace minerals.
  58. 58. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Dec. 2-3, 2015 2 6
  59. 59. Slide 59 1. Which of the carrots is in a isotonic solution? 2. How much water is in Solution B? 3. Which direction will water move in Solution C? 4. Will the carrot in Solution B lose or gain mass? 5. Which type of graph is best when comparing data with large changes comparing Opener • 12/2-3/15 Solution A Carrot 87% H2O C6H12O 6 13% Solutio n B Carrot 87% H2O C6H12O 6 0% Solution C Carrot 87% H2O C6H12O 6 25%
  60. 60. Slide 60 Agenda Targets Biology Class 26 • 11/13/15 1. Opener 2. Enter your data into class Google spread sheet. 3. Create data table & graph of Carrot Lab class data • 1 computer generated data table & graph per group, ea. Turn copy in • Everyone hand drawn table & graph 1. Work on Carrot Lab Write- up 2. Do “Design an Experiment Worksheet” during down 1. Learn how osmosis effects carrots’ mass. 2. Collect and organize data into tables. 3. Further develop graphing skills by creating graphs. 4. Understand how changes in saline solutions effect cells (carrots) 5. Know the terms isotonic (equal), hypertonic (over) and hypotonic (under). 6. Understand why more experimental trials result in
  61. 61. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Dec. 4-7, 2015 2 7
  62. 62. Slide 62 Agenda Targets Biology Class 27 • 12/4-7/15 1. Opener — none, assembly schedule 2. Review Class Data 3. Create • 1 computer generated data table & graph per group, ea. Turn copy in • Everyone hand drawn table & graph 4. Work on Carrot Lab Write-up 5. Go over “Design an Experiment Worksheet” 6. Bring smart phone 1. Learn how osmosis effects carrots’ mass. 2. Collect and organize data into tables. 3. Further develop graphing skills by creating graphs. 4. Understand how changes in saline solutions effect cells (carrots) 5. Know the terms isotonic (equal), hypertonic (over) and hypotonic (under). 6. Understand why more experimental trials result in
  63. 63. Slide 63What to turn in: In this order: • Lab packet including • Completed data table of your group's data • Hand drawn graph of your group's data (don't forget to color-code graph and legend) • Class Data • Computerized data table of your period's data (see below) — may be a duplicate group printout • Computerized graph of class data — may be a duplicate group printout • Hand drawn graph of class data — you must draw your own • Data Tables & Graphing Rubric Remember to make sure your name is on all pages and your work is stapled in order listed Printer: Rm. 303 KM5650
  64. 64. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Dec. 8-9, 2015 2 8
  65. 65. Slide 65 1.Which of the carrots is in a hypertonic solution? 2.Which type of graph is best when comparing data that is part of a whole? 3.What is a dependent variable? Opener • 12/8-9/15 Solution A Carrot 87% H2O C6H12O 6 13% Solutio n B Carrot 87% H2O C6H12O 6 0% Solution C Carrot 87% H2O C6H12O 6 25%
  66. 66. Slide 66 Agenda Targets Biology Class 22 • 12/4-7/15 1. Opener 2. Pop Quiz 3. Review Class Data 4. Turn in Carrot Osmosis Lab 4. Review “Design an Experiment Worksheet” 1. Understand how osmosis effects cells. 2. Understand how changes in solute concentrations solutions effect cells. 3. Know the terms isotonic (equal), hypertonic (over) and hypotonic (under). 4. Understand why more experimental trials result in more accurate results. 5. Use the terms independent and dependent variable correctly. 6. Recognize the experimental and control group in an experiment. 7. Write a hypothesis and design
  67. 67. Slide 67What to turn in: In this order: • Lab packet including • Completed data table of your group's data • Hand drawn graph of your group's data (don't forget to color-code graph and legend) • Class Data • Computerized data table of your period's data (see below) — may be a duplicate group printout • Computerized graph of class data — may be a duplicate group printout • Hand drawn graph of class data — you must draw your own • Data Tables & Graphing Rubric Remember to make sure your name is on all pages and your work is stapled in order listed Printer: Rm. 303 KM5650
  68. 68. Slide 68 Web • Go to class website • Go to Quizzes & Tests page • Click on http://socrative.c om/ • Choose student Smart Device App • Socrative Student Sign in with your: Quiz http://socrative.com/ Room: 296186
  69. 69. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Dec. 10-11, 2015 2 8
  70. 70. Slide 70 1.What is Image A? 2.What are the phases of mitosis? 3.How are mitosis and meiosis similar/different? Opener • 12/10-11/15
  71. 71. Slide 71 Agenda Targets Biology Class 22 • 12/4-7/15 1. Opener 4. Turn in “Design an Experiment Worksheet” 5. Cell Division — Mitosis lecture a. View PowerPoint b. Fill in blanks c. Create drawings & descriptions of mitosis phases 1. Understand that interphase is a part of the cell cycle and not mitosis. 2. Know the type of cells in which mitosis occurs. 3. Begin to learn what the stages of the cell cycle are and what happens during each. 4. Begin to learn the phases of mitosis and what happens during each. 5. Be able to recognize
  72. 72. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Dec. 14-15, 2015 3 0
  73. 73. Slide 73 Opener • 12/14-15/15 1.Draw & label a basic cell cycle. 2.Why do cells undergo mitosis? 3.What is a somatic cell? Image A
  74. 74. Slide 74 Opener • 12/14-15/15 1.Draw & label a basic cell cycle. 2.Why do cells undergo mitosis? To grow tissue for overall organism growth or to repair damage. 3.What is a somatic cell? A somatic cell is any cell of the body except sperm and Image A
  75. 75. Slide 75 Agenda Targets Biology Class 30 • 12/14-15/15 1. Opener 4. Finish Cell Division — Mitosis lecture 5. Amoeba Sisters Mitosis Video 6. Three worksheets • Visit class webpage on mitosis 1. Understand that interphase is a part of the cell cycle and not mitosis. 2. Know the type of cells in which mitosis occurs. 3. Begin to learn what the stages of the cell cycle are and what happens during each. 4. Begin to learn the phases of mitosis and what happens during each. 5. Be able to recognize
  76. 76. Slide 76Mitosis Worksheets Round Robin Directions Three handouts your color group will be working on. You will rotate through computer use. 15 min. per station • Two groups will watch NDSU VCell Production’s animation “Mitosis” on front screen. • Three groups will view CELLS alive webpages on first three computers (window wall and back counter). • Three groups will view Virtual Cell Drawings on Computers 3-6 (back counter) Three handouts: • CELLS alive" Cell Cycle Worksheet pdf Web Link: http://www.cellsalive.com/cell_cycle.htm Start Animation • NDSU VCell Productions animation Mitosis Notes pdf Watch video below • Virtual Cell Drawings Worksheet pdf Web Link: Biology Corner: http://www.biologycorner.com/projects/mitosis.html
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  78. 78. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Dec. 16-17, 2015 3 1
  79. 79. Slide 79 Opener • 12/16-17/15 1.How long does mitosis last with in the cell cycle? 2.What are the sections of the cell cycle? 3.What phase is Image A? 4.What phase is Image B? Image A
  80. 80. Slide 80 Agenda Targets Biology Class 30 • 12/16-17/15 1. Opener 2. Finish Three worksheets • Visit class webpage on mitosis 3. Turn in: • Carrot Lab (past due) • Mitosis Amoeba Sisters Video Notes (cartoons — past due) • Three mitosis worksheets stapled together 1. Understand that interphase is a part of the cell cycle and not mitosis. 2. Know the type of cells in which mitosis occurs. 3. Begin to learn what the stages of the cell cycle are and what happens during each. 4. Begin to learn the phases of mitosis and what happens during each. 5. Be able to recognize
  81. 81. Slide 81Mitosis Worksheets Round Robin Directions Three handouts your color group will be working on. You will rotate through computer use. 15 min. per station • Two groups will watch NDSU VCell Production’s animation “Mitosis” on front screen. • Three groups will view CELLS alive webpages on first three computers (window wall and back counter). • Three groups will view Virtual Cell Drawings on Computers 3-6 (back counter) Three handouts: • CELLS alive" Cell Cycle Worksheet pdf Web Link: http://www.cellsalive.com/cell_cycle.htm Start Animation • NDSU VCell Productions animation Mitosis Notes pdf Watch video below • Virtual Cell Drawings Worksheet pdf Web Link: Biology Corner: http://www.biologycorner.com/projects/mitosis.html
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  83. 83. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Dec. 18 — Jan. 4, 2015/6 3 2
  84. 84. Slide 84 Opener • 12/18-1/4 1.What is Image A? 2.What happens in cytokinesis? 3.What phase is shown in Image B? 4.Explain the process happening in Image B. 5.What is the major component found in Image A
  85. 85. Slide 85 Agenda Targets Biology Class 30 • 12/16-17/15 1. Opener 2. Turn in: • Carrot Lab (past due) • Mitosis Amoeba Sisters Video Notes (cartoons — past due) • Three mitosis worksheets stapled together • Journals, fill out top of rubric and place in journal at start date 3. Watch Video & answer questions 1. Understand that interphase is a part of the cell cycle and not mitosis. 2. Know the type of cells in which mitosis occurs. 3. Begin to learn what the stages of the cell cycle are and what happens during each. 4. Begin to learn the phases of mitosis and what happens during each. 5. Be able to recognize
  86. 86. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Jan. 5-6, 2016 3 2
  87. 87. Slide 87 Opener • 1/5-6/16 1.How is cellular respiration different from photosynthesis? 2.What is Image A? 3.Write the equation for photosynthesis. 4.What is Image B purpose? Image A
  88. 88. Slide 88 Agenda Targets Biology Class 33 • 1/5-6/16 1. Opener 2. Cellular Energy: • Photosynthesis • 6CO2 +6 H2O  1C6H12O6 +6 O2 • Cellular Respiration • 1C6H12O6  6CO2 + 6H2O 1. Understand how light energy is stored in chemical bonds 2. Know where photosynthesis occurs in cells. 3. Begin to learn the steps in photosynthesis and what happens during each. 4. Know what light dependent and light independent reactions are. 5. Begin to learn the steps in cellular respiration and what happens during each. 6. Know what Krebs Cycle is. 7. Know the reactants and products of photosynthesis
  89. 89. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Jan. 7-8, 2016 3 4
  90. 90. Slide 90 Opener • 1/7-8/16 1. Write the balanced equation for photosynthesis. 2. What are the objects moving in Image A? 3. How are photosynthesis and cellular respiration similar? 4. Use Image B a. What is this process? b. What does this process Image A Image B
  91. 91. Slide 91 Agenda Targets Biology Class 34 • 1/5-6/16 1. Opener 2. Cellular Energy: Comparing • Photosynthesis • 6CO2 +12 H2O  1C6H12O6 +6 O2 + 6 H2O • Cellular Respiration • 1C6H12O6  6CO2 + 6H2O 1. 1. Understand how light energy is stored in chemical bonds. 2. Know where photosynthesis occurs in cells. 3. Begin to learn the steps in photosynthesis and what happens during each. 4. Know what light dependent and light independent reactions are. 5. Be able to balance energy equations for photosynthesis and cellular respiration 6. Begin to learn the steps in cellular respiration and what happens during each. 7. Know what Krebs Cycle is. 8. Know the reactants and products of photosynthesis and cellular respiration equations are.
  92. 92. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Jan. 11-12, 2016 3 5
  93. 93. Slide 93 Opener • 1/11-12/16 1.What are the reactants for photosynthesis. 2.About how many different photosynthesizing pigments are there? 3.What portion of the electromagnetic spectrum can Image A
  94. 94. Slide 94 Agenda Targets Biology Class 35 • 1/5-6/16 1. Opener 2. Cellular Energy: Comparing • Photosynthesis • 6CO2 +12 H2O  1C6H12O6 +6 O2 + 6 H2O • Cellular Respiration • 1C6H12O6  6CO2 + 6H2O Chromotography Lab 1. 1. Understand how light energy is stored in chemical bonds. 2. Know where photosynthesis occurs in cells. 3. Begin to learn the steps in photosynthesis and what happens during each. 4. Know what light dependent and light independent reactions are. 5. Be able to balance energy equations for photosynthesis and cellular respiration 6. Begin to learn the steps in cellular respiration and what happens during each. 7. Know what Krebs Cycle is. 8. Know the reactants and products of photosynthesis and cellular respiration equations are.
  95. 95. Class L e ve l s o f O r g a n i z a t i o n Jan. 13-14, 2016 3 6
  96. 96. Slide 96 Opener • 1/13-14/16 1.What are the products of photosynthesis. 2.Name two photosynthesizing pigments & explain what color(s) of light each uses? 3.Describe the relationship between light dependent and light independent reactions of Image B Image A
  97. 97. Slide 97 Agenda Targets Biology Class 36 • 1/13-14/16 1. Opener 2. Cellular Energy: Comparing • Photosynthesis • 6CO2 +12 H2O  1C6H12O6 +6 O2 + 6 H2O • Cellular Respiration • 1C6H12O6  6CO2 + 6H2O 3. Finish Chromotography Lab Turn in only lab sheet and chromotograph strip. 1. Understand how light energy is stored in chemical bonds. 2. Know where photosynthesis occurs in cells. 3. Begin to learn the steps in photosynthesis and what happens during each. 4. Know what light dependent and light independent reactions are. 5. Be able to balance energy equations for photosynthesis and cellular respiration 6. Begin to learn the steps in cellular respiration and what happens during each. 7. Know what Krebs Cycle is. 8. Know the reactants and products of photosynthesis and cellular respiration equations are.
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