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  1. 10/7/14 Journal Discussion Questions 1.  Compare and contrast the nucleus and nucleolus. 2. Create an analogy:  the nucleus is like…….. 3. Please explain the function of the ribosome and which type of cells they can be found in. YouTube Mahalo Ribosomes

  2. Reminders Final Draft of your Research Report is due no later than Friday, 10-10-14. Attach your rough draft, the rubric used to grade your rough draft, and the rubric from your packet. You must have all three attached for it to be considered complete and ready to be graded. By Friday you need to upload an electronic copy of your Final Research Report to turnitin.com. Use Class ID 8634098. Password Bulldog2015 NHS Food Drive If you are growing plants for Science Fair you need to start Cell Root Word Quiz is on 10-14-14 Cell Exam is on 10-16-14 (start reading chapter 7)

  3. QUIZ Clear your desks of everything Do NOT write on the quiz please Use CAPITALletters please Keep your answers covered If you need to make up a quiz due to an absence… let me know Flip it over when you are finished and hang on to it.

  4. Endo = within Symbio = living together **Mitochondria and Chloroplasts have bacterial DNA, bacterial ribosomes, can reproduce on their own without direction from the nucleus = once free living bacterial cells that became engulfed by a larger cell. Mutualistic symbiotic relationship. Animal cells only have Mitochondria. Plants have BOTH Endosymbiotic Theory

  5. Cell Organelles ppt and Cell Structures Handout Fill in the Cell Organelle Chart as we do the power point Put it in your journal.

  6. EXIT TICKET • Please compare and contrast Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells (be sure to give examples of each) 2. What are some differences between plant and animal cells? 3. Create an analogy, the mitochondria is like…

  7. EXIT TICKET • Please give an example of an Eukaryotic cell. • What are some differences between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells. 3. Please give an example of a Prokaryotic cell.

  8. EXIT TICKET • REVIEW- Explain how natural selection acts on variation within a population. • Explain how to calculate total magnification in microscopy.

  9. Oral Conclusion Please give an example of a limiting factor Describe one way humans are impacting the nitrogen cycle Describe one way humans are impacting the carbon cycle How are microorganisms such as bacteria beneficial to an ecosystem? Organism? Give an example of a producer. A consumer> Describe biological magnification. Give an example of an abiotic factor. A biotic factor. Describe an invasive species and give an example. Why does only 10% of the energy move from trophic level to trophic level? How is primary succession different from secondary succession?

  10. Launch • Clean the floor around your desk, please throw away any garbage near your desk (yes PLEASE, even if it isn't yours) • Words of Wisdom to launch you! • “ If you think you can, or if you think you can't, you are right!” Henry Ford

  11. AP BIO Discussion Questions Spirals Use Complete Sentences 10/7/14 Using your phone or textbook please answer the following: Please describe the structure and function of the cytoskeleton. Please compare and contrast the microtubules, microfilaments, and intermediate filaments.

  12. Reminders Root Quiz 1-60 Friday, 10-10-14. Enzyme Lab PAST DUE You Be the Doc lab PAST DUE • Chapter 4-5 test • (cells, diffusion, osmosis) 10-16-14

  13. College Board Objectives and Agenda for the Day College Board: General Topics and Concepts, Cells and Celluar Transport Today's Agenda- Cell Structure and Function Activity – Day 2 In this unit we will: Study Cell Theory, Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells, Plant vs. Animal Cells, Cell Organelles, Endomembrane System, Passive and Active Tranport . Exam: October 16th over chapters 4-5 and Cliff Notes. Watch the Bozeman podcasts

  14. Cell Structure and Function Activity – Day 2

  15. Describe the endomembrane system. • Please compare and contrast the two main types of microscopes. **check the floor around your area and throw away any trash **please put textbooks back on the bookshelf

  16. Compare and Contrast a Plant and Animal Cell • Please compare and contrast the two main types of microscopes. **check the floor around your area and throw away any trash **please put textbooks back on the bookshelf

  17. **check the floor around your area and throw away any trash **please put textbooks back on the bookshelf Please list the three parts of the cell theory. Please compare and contrast Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells. planet earth water

  18. EXIT TICKET • Compare and Contrast taxis and kinesis. • Please compare and contrast an ionic and covalent bond • Please describe as many of the chemical properties of water as you can.

  19. Launch • Clean the floor around your desk, please throw away any garbage near your desk (yes PLEASE, even if it isn't yours) • Words of Wisdom to launch you! • “ If you think you can, or if you think you can't, you are right!” Henry Ford

  20. What a Beautiful World http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_ZvZQT81OY ~2 min