Warm-up 3: Evaluate the following statement: Apoptosis and Cancer are essentially opposite of each other. Explain why you agree or disagree.
1. Notes: Cell signaling intro
2. Lab- Microscope and Mitosis
HW: Study for quiz tomorrow
Warm-up 2: Outline the steps of mitosis and describe the role of chromosomes.
(3rd pick up stamp sheet by mailboxes)
1. Finish cell cycle drawings
2. Notes: Cell cycle in animal and plant cells
3. Lab: microscope
HW: Study for quiz Wednesday
Pick up 2 teal sheets by mailboxes- set up notebook.
Warm-up 1: List as many differences between mitosis and meiosis that you can remember.
1. Notes: Mitosis
2. Mitosis foldable
HW: Study for mitosis quiz Tuesday
Warm-up 7: Compare and contrast the protein production and delivery of proteins made to stay inside the cell and proteins made to be secreted outside of the cell.
1. Organelle Quiz
2. Finish lipid synthesis
3. Finish diagram from yesterday
4. Review: choose 2 review worksheets about different topics.
HW: Study for test, finish vocabulary
Warm-up 6: Identify three structures in the cell membrane and explain why they contribute to the membrane's selective permeability.
1. Notes: Endomembrane system and protein production
2. Plicker quiz: Organelles
3. Endomembrane diagram
HW: Study for organelle quiz tomorrow (Test Thursday, vocab due also)
Warm-up 5: Write a metaphor for the function of 3 organelles, explain.
Test moved to Thursday, Organelle quiz Wednesday
1. Go over notes, check work from last week
2. Notes: Cell membrane
3. Cell membrane diagram
Pick up protein models
Warm-up 4: Explain how the order of amino acids influences the structure of the protein. Use your model as an example.
1. Protein/Nucleic Acid Notes
2. Finish protein model
3. Reading labels lab
4. Biochemistry summary
HW: Study for biochemistry quiz tomorrow
Protein Folding Activity Extension Questions:
Answer the questions below in complete sentences in your notebook below the protein folding questions on page 16 of your notebook:
1.What types of bonds are responsible for the primary structure of proteins?
2.What types of bonds are responsible for the secondary structure of proteins?
3.Identify and describe three functions of proteins.
Warm-up 3: List three differences between carbohydrates and lipids that YOU think are most important. Explain why you chose them.
Make an edit to your unit outline- test day is 1/25 instead of 1/24
1. Notes: Proteins (FYI- I think proteins are the hardest part of biochem)
2. Protein folding activity
3. Plicker activity if time permits (can be moved to tomorrow)
1. Bring a snack with a diet label tomorrow if you would like. We are doing a lab with them.
2. Study for biochemistry quiz Thursday. All notes are fair game.
Warm-up 2: What food did you eat today that you think provides the most and highest quality energy from carbohydrates? Explain why.
1. Notes: Lipids
2. Compare and contrast lipids and carbohydrates
3. Summary exit activity
4th pick up posters- sit with groups, decide in your group who will present, answer warm-up after presentations
Warm-up #1: What unit are you most intersted to learn more about, why? Be prepared to share.
Unit I: Biochemistry and Cells
Unit II: Cell Cycle, Meiosis, Cancer
Unit III: Embryology
Unit IV: Mendelian Genetics
Unit V: Non-Mendelian Inheritance and Cytogenetics
Unit VI: DNA, RNA, Cytogenetics
Unit VII: Immunology
Unit VIII: Biotechnology and Bioethics
1. Notes: Carbohydrates and lipids
2. Carbs and lipids comparison
3. Plicker summary of notes