What did we do in class today?
Nutrient Cycles and Succession
Learning Target: I can describe how disruptions in ecosystems can lead to predictable patterns of regrowth.
Warm-up: Complete cougar handout
Pick up handouts by mailboxes.
1. Phosphorous Cycle
3. Ecological succession
HW: Study for test tomorrow
Learning Target: I can describe the uses for the nutrients in each cycle. I can describe the impact of human activity on each of the nutrient cycles.
No warm-up, pick up iRespond and 2 handouts by mailboxes
1. Closed note quiz: Enzymes and Energy
3. Nutrient cycles
4. Populations and Gibbs practice
Learning Target: I can describe the use of the nutrients in each cycle. I can describe the outcome of imbalances in each nutrient cycle.
Pick up nutrient cycles and iRespond handout by mailboxes
1. Populations open note quiz
2. Photosynthesis and Respiration Review
3. Gibbs FE practice
4. Carbon cycle
HW: Study for closed note quiz over enzymes, cellular respiration, and photosynthesis
Learning Target: I can describe the role of electrons in the production of ATP.
Pick up cellular respiration handout and whiteboard by mailboxes.
Warm-up: Complete 1-3 on POGIL
1. Complete cellular respiration notes
2. Gibbs FE practice
Videos used to support electron transport notes in class:
1. Watch and take notes in your data analysis section over the populations video linked below
www.bozemanscience.com/logistic-growth AND complete the Gibbs calculation for the A+B -> AB problem on the handout from class today.
2. Closed Note Quiz Wednesday
3. Enzyme and photosynthesis labs due NEXT MONDAY.
Photosynthesis and Free Energy
Learning Target: I can apply principles of free energy to various reaction examples.
Pick up lab handout, Gibbs Free Energy POGIL, and lab notebook.
Warm-up: Complete pre-lab in your lab notebook, add your video notes to your lab notebook.
1. Photosynthesis lab
2. Gibbs POGIL during 10 minute wait time.
HW: Watch and take notes over cellular respiration video below
Learning Target: I can describe the role of electrons in the production of glucose during photosynthesis.
Warm-up: When observing the overall equation for photosynthesis, the light reactions produce oxygen which is not as useful to the plant as glucose. Why are the light reactions still necessary?
Pick up lab notebook
1. Photosynthesis diagrams and checkpoint questions throughout
2. Gibbs Free Energy Open Note Quiz
3. Enzyme lab work session
Watch and take notes in your BILL
Watch and take notes on a separate sheet of paper for pre-lab
Learning Target: I can explain properties that influence enzyme function.
Warm-up: Describe how temperature and pH influence enzyme function.
1. Enzyme discussion
2. Photosynthesis introduction
3. Enzyme metaphor cartoons and choose Nobel Prizes
Enzyme Metaphor instructions:
Draw cartoons that are metaphors for the following situations:
In the stats section of your BILL, watch and take notes over the following video for an open note quiz tomorrow
Helpful video (not required for photosynthesis) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g78utcLQrJ4
Unit Exam 5
1. Choose your TOP 3 Nobel Prizes in "Medicine or Physiology" or "Chemistry". All Medicine prizes are fair game, you MAY NOT study the Chemistry prizes listed below:
1901-06, 1908, 1910, 1912-14, 1920-22, 1926, 1931-32, 1934, 1944, 1950, 1952, 1956, 1959, 1963, 1965, 1967-69, 1973-74, 1976-77, 1979, 1982, 1983-86, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1998-2000, 2005, 2007, 2011
Nobel prize in Medicine or Physiology Complete List:
Nobel Prize in Chemistry Complete List (be sure to pay attention to the prizes you CAN'T use listed above):
2. Watch and take notes over the Bozeman and Amoeba Sisters videos linked below:
Amoeba Sisters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgVFkRn8f10
3. Complete Hardy-Weinberg Simulation if incomplete
Modes of Selection
Learning Target: I can describe how types of selection influence phenotypic distribution in populations.
Warm-up: The frequency of the recessive allele in a population 0.62. What is the frequency of the dominant allele and the heterozygous genotype?
1. A few new terms and NEW HUMAN ANCESTOR!!
2. Finish simulation and discuss
3. Hardy-Weinberg practice/lab completion/review
HW: Study for test tomorrow, Hardy-Weinberg lab due Monday (you will have a couple of small assignments in addition)
Look here for what we do each day.