What did we do in class today?
Graphic organizer to red bucket
Pick up flower diagram by mailboxes
Warm-up: What is your favorite characteristic about your group of organisms?
1.15 min for posters
2. Gallery walk
3. Plant reproduction
HW: Read and take notes over pages 824 (starting at the beginning of 39.2)-826; Pages 841-843. Define phototropism and photoperiodism.
Warm-up: List in order from Domain the organization of life to the best of your ability.
1. Exploring the domains and kingdoms
2. Gallery walk
HW: Graphic organizer #2 due tomorrow
Logbooks to red bucket
1. Validity/Ethics case study (on separate sheet of paper)
Next mentor check: Nov. 19/20
1. Spoof lit review
2. Edit bibliography
HW: (A) Find and print new journal article, Both classes Mentor check due next class
Warm-up: Contrast inducible and repressible operons. Provide an example of each type of operon. Explain why the example you chose is the type of operon you identified.
1. Notes: Eukaryotic gene regulation
3. Review if time permits
HW: Study for exam, (reminder- 2nd article graphic organizer due Friday)
Pick up work from mailbox
Warm-up: A eukaryotic organism has 1,000 genes, but can make 100,000 proteins. Explain how this can occur.
1. Prokaryotic gene expression
2. Labeling operons
3. Quiz corrections
HW: Instagram comment due at 11:59 PM, quiz corrections due tomorrow.
Sit in lab groups and pick up gloves at the front of the room. Put them on after warm-up.
Warm-up: On which plate do we expect to see glowing bacteria? Explain.
1. Complete lab
2. Translation notes
HW: Complete lab handout
Pick up scantron by mailboxes
Sit in lab groups
No warm-up today
2. When finished with quiz, read lab handout
3. Gene transfer lab- in down time we will analyze your restriction enzyme results.
4. If time permits- begin transcription notes
HW: Complete restriction enzyme lab
Please sit in lab groups
Warm-up: What must be present in order for eukaryotic transcription to occur?
1. Finish transcription
2. Stain gels
HW: Complete lab sheet
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