What did we do in class today?
No warm-up- Pick up community ecology handout at front of room.
Populations and Communities notes.
Warm-up: What factors lead to logistic growth of populations?
1. Finish nutrient cycles
2. Populations activity in computer lab https://ats.doit.wisc.edu/biology/ec/pd/pd.htm
No Homework. STUDY for test Monday.
No warm-up: Hand in lab notebooks to green baskets
1. Quiz review
2. Nitrogen and Phosphorous cycles activity (vocab posted below HW)
HW: (last for this unit)
Watch and take notes in your data analysis section over the populations video linked below
No warm-up: Review notes for 5 minutes
1. Closed note quiz (30 min)
2. Gibbs FE calculations
3. Matter cycles
HW: Enzyme lab and photosynthesis lab due tomorrow. Photosynthesis instructions on 4/20 post. Don't for get conclusions and connections to AP bio for the enzyme lab.
Warm-up: Complete 9-14 on POGIL.
1. Complete POGIL
2. Complete cellular respiration notes
3. Gibbs FE practice
Videos used to support electron transport notes in class:
1. Study for closed note quiz tomorrow
2. Enzyme and photosynthesis labs due Wednesday. See 4/20 post for lab instructions.
Pick up Gibbs Free Energy POGIL
Warm-up: Complete 1-3 on POGIL
1. Photosynthesis lab discussion
2. Complete photosynthesis notes
3. Cellular respiration
HW: Watch and take notes over cellular respiration video below
Enzyme and Photosynthesis Labs due Wednesday.
In your conclusion explain why the differences between the two class periods may have made a difference.
1. Video quiz
2. Enzyme lab work session
3. Complete Gibb's FE video
4. Photosynthesis notes
HW: On a separate sheet of paper, watch and take notes over the video for tomorrow's lab
1. Enzyme lab
2. Gibb's video paul-andersen.squarespace.com/gibbs-free-energy
HW: Watch and take notes over Bozeman photosynthesis and respiration video
Warm-up: Describe how temperature and pH impact enzyme function.
1. Enzyme discussion
2. Enzyme metaphor cartoons
3. Photosynthesis video
HW: Enzyme lab pre-lab. Answer pre-lab questions, leave space for your hypothesis, copy procedure into your lab notebook. Copy data tables into lab notebook.
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 (please let me know if links are problematic, YouTube is blocked at post time):
Amoeba Sisters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgVFkRn8f10
3. Complete Hardy-Weinberg Simulation if incomplete
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