2012 Final Review. RATHER THAN DOING A REGULAR TEST (MULTIPLE CHOICE/ESSAY/SHORT ANSWER), WE WILL DO AN ACTIVITY WHERE WE COVER THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR’S TOPICS USING DIAGRAMS, PICTURES, AND A FEW SHORT EXPLANATIONS THIS ACTIVITY HAS THREE OBJECTIVES:
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2012 Final Review
1) REVIEW THE MAJOR “YOU SHOULD KNOW
THESE THINGS” IDEAS
2) SHOW THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE IDEAS
WE HAVE LEARNED
3) TRACK HOW CARBON IS INVOLVED IN ALL OUR
MAJOR IDEAS AND THAT IT NEVER GOES AWAY—
IT JUST BECOMES PART OF DIFFERENT MOLECULES
WHERE DOES IT COME FROM?
FROM THE CO2 THAT WAS USED DURING PHOTOSYNTHESIS
PROTEINS ARE MADE OF AMINO ACIDS. WE BREAK THE PROTEIN DOWN DURING DIGESTION—THEN REASSESMBLE THE AMINO ACIDS IN A SPECIFIC ORDER
BROWN WALKING STICKS
ENZYME CAN BE DRAWN LIKE THIS:
BROWN-GREEN WALKING STICKS
GREEN WALKING STICKS
Make a food web with the following organisms. Make sure the arrows show the correct transfer of energy. Grass, Walking sticks, Birds, Crickets, Frogs, Hawks, Snakes
ATMOSPHERE AS CO2
TO PLANTS FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS
NO. THE GRASS AND WALKING STICKS USE SOME OF THE ENERGY BEFORE THE BIRDS EAT THEM AND NOT ALL GRASS OR WALKING STICKS GET EATEN
A bird eats a bite of walking stick which has the following protein and starch molecules:
Draw a section of cell membrane below that would show the phospholipid bilayer, 2 transport proteins, water and oxygen molecules moving in, co2 molecules moving out, and glucose and some amino acids moving in. Make sure to show the correct concentration difference that would allow these molecules to move in or out.
THE FOLLOWING SEQUENCE OF DNA IS THE TOP STRAND (NOT THE CODING STRAND)– FILL IN THE LETTERS OF THE MISSING BOTTOM STRAND BASED ON HOW DNA PAIRS
AMINO ACID SEQUENCE FOR A PROTEIN
Using the bottom strand as the coding sequence, show the mRNA strand that would be created—and then using the codon table—the amino acids that would be coded for by the ribosomes. Lastly—draw the amino acids together in a chain and determine which would make a functional enzyme—and which would make a nonfunctional enzyme.