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Biology please turn in your extra credit before bell get out your vocab and put on your desk
Biology:Please turn in your extra credit before bell!Get out your vocab and put on your desk!!!

Today: Oct 10

Check Vocab

Predict knowledge of Cells

Summarize Cell Theory from videos!

Exit Slip:

HOMEWORK: HAVE A GREAT 4 DAY WEEKEND!


Ticket out the door
Ticket out the door!

Summarize the cell theory and how these 5 scientists help create it!

HOMEWORK: HAVE A GREAT 4 DAY WEEKEND!


Biology please get out your composition notebook or something to write on
Biology: Please get out your composition notebook, or something to write on.

Today: Oct 15

Bellringer

Stations:

Compare and Contrast Eukaryotic Cells to Prokaryotic Cells

Compare and Contrast Animal and Plant cell structure

Quiz Friday on Compare and Contrast Euk/Pro

Animal/Plant


Bellringer
BELLRINGER: something to write on.

Explain how each of the five scientists contributed to the cell theory. (Try it without looking in your notes!)


Biology please get out your station handout from yesterday and your textbook
Biology: Please get out your station handout from yesterday and your textbook!

Today: Oct 16

Stations:

Compare and Contrast Eukaryotic Cells to Prokaryotic Cells

Compare and Contrast Animal and Plant cell structure

Quiz Friday on Compare and Contrast Euk/Pro

Animal/Plant

Cell Theory


Quiz friday
QUIZ FRIDAY!!!! and your textbook!

You will be sent to work at stations in groups of 4.

If you are not at a station, then you will work on Cells and their organelles packet!

When you find answers, write them down AND underline or high lite information in the text!

Don’t forget to color cell model…Directions are IN THE READING!!!


Get out your vocab assessment grab the notes sheet from side table
Get out your vocab assessment! and your textbook! *Grab the Notes Sheet from side table!

BrainWork #12

What do you know about cells?

*sorry I do not have all of your tests graded yet, I am waiting on some people to take them!


Number 1-10 in your notes. For each statement hypothesize if it is True or False. Do not re-write the statements.


Chapter 6 cell structure function

Chapter 6: it is True or False. Do not re-write the statements.Cell Structure & Function


Some random cell facts
Some Random Cell Facts it is True or False. Do not re-write the statements.

  • The average human being is composed of around 100 Trillion individual cells!!!

  • It would take as many as 50 cells to cover the area of a dot on the letter “i”

    WOW!!!


I cell theory
I.Cell Theory it is True or False. Do not re-write the statements.

A. 1665- Robert Hooke- used microscope to see cork cells- named them “cells”

*Hooke named them this because he believed they looked like the little rooms monks lived in at monasteries which were called cells.


B. 1673 it is True or False. Do not re-write the statements.Anton van Leeuwenhoek- Used a handmade microscope to observe pond scum & discovered single-celled organisms

  • He called them “animalcules”

  • He was the first to make a simple light microscope.


Development of Cell Theory it is True or False. Do not re-write the statements.

D. 1838- Matthias Schleiden (German Botanist)

-Concluded that all plant parts are made of cells

E. 1839- Theodor Schwann (German physiologist)

-Stated that all animal tissues are composed of cells.


F. 1858- Rudolf it is True or False. Do not re-write the statements.Virchow (German physician)

-Concluded that cells must arise from pre-existing cells.


3 Parts of the cell theory: it is True or False. Do not re-write the statements.

All living things are composed of cells

B. Cells are the basic units of structure

and function

New cells are produced from existing

cells

Cell Theory Song!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuJqqiATlqw


How has the cell theory been used
How Has The Cell Theory Been Used? it is True or False. Do not re-write the statements.

  • The basic discovered truths about cells, listed in the Cell Theory, are the basis for things such as:

    • Disease/Health/Medical Research and Cures(AIDS, Cancer, Vaccines, Cloning, Stem Cell Research, etc.)


Biology please put your station sheets on your desk then get out a sheet of paper
Biology: Please put your station sheets on your desk… Then get out a sheet of paper!

Today: Oct 17

Check Station Sheets

Review Compare and Contrast Types of Cells!

Quiz tomorrow: Cell Theory, Compare and Contrast Types of Cells!


What are the differences
What are the differences? Then get out a sheet of paper!

Eukaryotic Cell


Cells are divided into two categories: Then get out a sheet of paper!

1. Prokaryotes

a. much smaller and simpler, no organelles

b. no membrane bound nuclei

c. contain cell membrane, DNA, cytoplasm

ex: bacteria


2. Eukaryotes- more complex! Then get out a sheet of paper!

a. contain many organelles, larger, true nucleus

1.) organelle- specialized structure

that has a specific function (in cell)

b. All plants, animals, and fungi are eukaryotes

*all our cells are

Eukaryotic!


1 label each side of the venn diagram a b
1. Label each side of the venn diagram Then get out a sheet of paper! A B

- Large & Complex

- Contain Nucleus

  • Membrane-bound

    organelles

  • Make up plants,

    animals, fungi,

    and protists

  • Small & simple

  • No nucleus

  • No organelles

  • Bacteria

- Cell membrane

  • Contain DNA

    - Cytoplasm


2. What type of cell is this? Then get out a sheet of paper!

3. Name one reason you know it is this type of cell

4. This cell has whip-like flagellum, what do you think those might be used for?

5. Do you think it would be more likely to assume this is a bacteria or plant cell? Why?


Cell membrane Then get out a sheet of paper!

6. What type of cell is this? (prokaryotic/eukaryotic?)

Name one thing about this cell that helped you know it was that type of cell:

Do you think this is more likely a plant cell or an e-coli cell?


Similarities
Similarities: Then get out a sheet of paper!

  • All eukaryotic cells have a cell membrane, nucleus, and cytoplasm.


Animal Cells have Then get out a sheet of paper! Centrioles!(which plant cells do not!)


Both Then get out a sheet of paper! Plant and Animal cells have vacuoles, however, Plant cells have VERY LARGE vacuoles, while animal cells have many small vacuoles.


Ø Then get out a sheet of paper! Plant cells contain many of the same organelles you would find in an animal cell with the exception of a few key players

Ø(1)Cell Walls and (2)Chloroplasts are found in plant cells and not animal cells.


Work on filling out the review sheet for quiz!!! Then get out a sheet of paper!

HW: STUDY FOR QUIZ!


Biology get out your review sheet and study
Biology: Get out your review sheet and STUDY!!!! Then get out a sheet of paper!

Today Oct 18:

Friday Mythbusters!--Collect Hall Passes

Study for quiz!

QUIZ!!!

Finish Cell Packet...This includes the coloring and labeling!!


Biology please turn in your cell packets to basket before bell
Biology: Please turn in your cell packets to basket--before BELL!

Today: Oct 21:

Describe cell organelle functions! (Groups)

If you were absent FRIDAY you need to take a quiz for me!

YOU NEED YOUR TEXTBOOKS TODAY!!!!


Due reading questions get out and put on your desk
Due: Reading Questions…Get out and put on YOUR desk! BELL!

BrainWork #13

Without looking in your notes…

What are the 3 parts to the cell theory??

Objective for today:

Compare and Contrast Prokaryotic cells to Eukaryotic cells


2 main types of microscope: BELL!

1. Electron microscopes:

a. forms an image of a specimen using

a beam of electrons rather than light

b. Specimen placed in a vacuum so no living samples are used

Microscopes


2. BELL!Light microscopes-

a. uses two lenses

b. light from the base shines up through the specimen

c. Ocular lens is 10x, objective lens is either 10x, or 40x

Ex: What is the magnification of an object which uses the 40x objective lens?

Ocular 10x * Objective 40x= 400x



*PICK UP SHEET FROM SIDE* BELL!

9/19 Due: Nothing

BRAINWORK #14?

Compare and Contrast a

Prokaryotic cell to a Eukaryotic cell

Objective of the Day:

Osmosis and Diffusion


Biology please get out your cell comparison from yesterday
Biology: Please get out your cell comparison from yesterday!

Today Oct 24: Share videos from last year!

Compare a cell to a system…

These are due at the end of the hour!

Make sure you explain why each part shows the function of the organelle!

Draw picture and label parts/organelles

If you finish early, start working on extra credit!!

Cell Organelle/Function Quiz Wednesday

Extra Credit DUE TUESDAY!!!!

Absent yesterday? See me!


Biology cell analogies due before bell to basket
Biology: Cell analogies due before bell to basket!!! yesterday!

Today: Oct 25

Friday Mythbuster

Discuss/Describe your cell analogy with a partner(s)

Act out cell organelle functions

Trace the path of a protein in a cell

CELL ORGANELLE FUNCTION QUIZ WEDNESDAY!

EXTRA CREDIT DUE TUESDAY!


Biology get out a sheet of paper share a whole with someone near you
Biology: Get out a ½ sheet of paper...share a whole with someone near you!

Today: Oct 28

Bellringer-Label and Describe organelle functions

Cell Organelle Foldable… Study guide for quiz!

**I will have your cell compared to system back to you tomorrow!**

QUIZ WEDNESDAY!

EXTRA CREDIT DUE TOMORROW!!!


E someone near you!

H

F

D

BELLWORK

LABEL A-H

Describe the function of each!

G

C

B

A


Organelle Foldable someone near you!

Outer Flap: Name of Organelle

Middle (inner) Flap: Picture representing the function

Center fold: Function of organelle… YOUR OWN WORDS!


Cell structures
Cell Structures someone near you!

A. Cell membrane –thin, flexible barrier around cell

B. Cytoplasm- jelly-like material in-between the cell membrane and nuclear membrane

( all organelles reside in the cytoplasm)

C. Cytoskeleton- protein filaments that help to maintain cell shape-flexible framework

1.) Microtubules (bigger)- hollow tubes, shape cell and help organelles move *used to make cilia and flagella

2.) Microfilaments (smaller)- very narrow-help shape and move the cell *making of and breaking down of microfilaments causes the cytoplasm to change shape, moving organisms like amoebas


Biology please pick up notes sheet from front of room extra credit is due
Biology: Please pick up notes sheet from FRONT of room! someone near you!EXTRA CREDIT IS DUE!!!

Today Oct 29:

Describe Diffusion Read text and define terms

Cell Organelle Function Quiz TOMORROW!!


Cell membrane someone near you!

A. Cell membrane- controls what enters and leaves the cell

1. Lipid bilayer- double layer of phospholipids

a. phosphate head and two fatty acid tails

B. Proteins go through the bilayerworking as channels and pumps


C. Movement of molecules someone near you!

1. Concentration- the mass of a solute in a given volume of solution

ex: 12 grams of sugar in 3 liters of water

(4 grams/Liter)

2. Diffusion-Molecules move from high to low concentration as they try toreach equilibrium

b. Diffusion uses no energy from the cell


  • Assignment: someone near you!

    • 6.3 Vocabulary Terms

      • Assess yourself on if you know the terms or not.

      • Read Section 6.3 to fill out the sheet

      • Define each term OR give an example from the text!

        CITE WHERE IN THE TEXT YOU FOUND THE ANSWER!

        PAGE # and Paragraph #


Biology study for quiz
Biology: STUDY FOR QUIZ!!!! someone near you!

Today-Oct 30:

Study for Quiz

Quiz--Organelles and their functions!

Describe diffusion

Predict osmosis


After quiz
After Quiz... someone near you!

When you finish your quiz, please pick up the diffusion reinforcement sheet from side lab table.

Fill out the front of the sheet to review from yesterday!

Then, read through the pre-lab for the EGG OSMOSIS demo. Please answer the 4 pre-lab questions on a sheet of loose leaf paper. Then answer the hypothesis section.

STAPLE LOOSE LEAF TO HANDOUT!


Biology please pick up the osmosis note sheet from front stool then get out a sheet of paper
Biology: Please pick up the Osmosis Note Sheet from front stool!...then get out a ½ sheet of paper!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Today: Oct 31

Describe/Review Diffusion

Explain Osmosis

Describe three types of solutions.

Osmosis/Diffusion QUIZ Wednesday!


Think pair share
Think, Pair, Share stool!...then get out a ½ sheet of paper!

What is diffusion?

Give an Example.

Does Diffusion use energy?

What is a solute? Give an example!

--Let’s go over yesterday’s Diffusion Reinforcement!!!


Movement of Water: stool!...then get out a ½ sheet of paper!

Osmosis- no energy used

1. Diffusion of water through a selectively permeable barrier (like a cell membrane)

A. Selectively permeable –not all things go through

2. Water moves in direction of where there are more solutes

Ex:


Isotonic solution stool!...then get out a ½ sheet of paper! - cell and solution both have the same concentration of water and solutes

Ex: blood cells in plasma


Hypertonic solution stool!...then get out a ½ sheet of paper! - Solution surrounding the cell has more solutes than the cell

a. Water moves out of the cell-cell shrivels


Hypotonic solution stool!...then get out a ½ sheet of paper! - cell has more solutes than the solution around it

a. Water moves into the cell

-cell could burst

-plant cell wall prevents that



Flip your notes sheet over… pure water!

Describe everyday osmosis and diffusion!!!


Biology please get out your everyday osmosis diffusion answers from yesterday
Biology: Please get out your Everyday Osmosis/Diffusion Answers from yesterday!

Today Nov 1:

Friday Mythbusters!

Predict how osmosis will affect eggs in different solutions.

Describe the process of osmosis in plants and animals

HW: Osmosis worksheet??

QUIZ WEDNESDAY!!


Video review on diffusion and osmosis
Video Review on Diffusion and Osmosis Answers from yesterday!

Get with your ECOLOGY partner and discuss your Everyday Situations with each other!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/add_aqa_pre_2011/cells/osmosisact.shtml


  • Egg Osmosis Experiment/Demo Answers from yesterday!

  • EACH ANSWER SHOULD DISCUSS OSMOSIS!!!

    • Predict what will happen when the egg is placed in CORN SYRUP (Sugar solution)

    • Predict what will happen when the egg is placed in BLUE WATER.

    • Predict what will happen when the egg is placed in SALT WATER.

      We will let the eggs sit over the weekend and see what happens!!!


Read “The Consequences of Osmosis” Answers from yesterday!

Then we will pair and discuss some questions about the text.

HW Tonight: Osmosis Worksheet??


Biology please sit quietly
Biology: Please sit quietly. Answers from yesterday!

Today Nov 4:

Bellringer: Osmosis

Egg Osmosis Post Demo Questions

Discuss Consequences of Osmosis Reading Questions

QUIZ WEDNESDAY!!!!


Biology: Pick up your EGG demo answers from back of room! --You may sit where you like...however, I can move you if you are disruptive or not paying attention… We are playing a GAME!CHOOSE WISELY...

Today Nov 5:

Explain osmosis/diffusion

REVIEW FOR QUIZ!

QUIZ TOMORROW!!!


Biology please answer these two questions quiz today
Biology: Please answer these two questions! QUIZ TODAY!!!!

Why aren’t the lipid tails of the phospholipids facing the outside of the cell? Which way will water move?

Today: Nov 6

Mythbusters!

Review for Quiz

Quiz!


When you finish with your quiz, please turn it in. TODAY!!!!

Then read a book or work on other homework quietly!!!

Homework: Enjoy your 5 day weekend!!


  • EGG DEMO TODAY!!!!

  • Review Osmosis and Diffusion –PARTNERS


Bio please pick up notes sheet from front of room get out a sheet of paper
Bio: Please pick up notes sheet from front of room! TODAY!!!! Get out a ½ sheet of paper...

Today: 11/12/13

Bellringer: Review Diffusion

Explain Facilitated Diffusion

Explain the process of active transport

Compare and Contrast Endocytosis and Exocytosis

If you were absent Weds...check the box… and you owe me a quiz!!!!


Bellringer: TODAY!!!!

On a ½ sheet of paper,

Describe the process of diffusion. Does diffusion use energy?

Think about the structure of the cell membrane, what structures sit in the membrane to help move large particles across?


E. Facilitated Diffusion TODAY!!!!

1. Carrier protein- used in facilitated diffusion-transport protein that carries something across the cell membrane

Which direction are the molecules moving?

Do you think this will require energy?


F. TODAY!!!! Active Transport- movement of a substance from an area of low conc. to an area of high conc.

(the opposite of the normal way)

1. Energy is used in the form of ATP

2.Membrane pumps- proteins move substances from an area of low to high conc.

ex: Sodium-Potassium pump




G. Vesicles TODAY!!!! can be used to transfer items across the cell membrane

1. Endocytosis-move substance inside cell--needs energy!

2. Exocytosis- moving a substance out of

the cell--needs energy!

a.) fuse with membrane, releasing

contents

ex: proteins leave the cell in this way



Biology please get out your notesheet from yesterday
Biology: Please get out your notesheet from yesterday!! TODAY!!!!

Today: 11/13/13

Finish Analyzing Graphic-Active Transport

Discuss Answers

Evaluate your knowledge on Facilitated Diffusion, Active Transport and Endo/Exocytosis

Homework Quiz Tomorrow over your Assessment Answers!



On a sheet of paper: questions about this graphic.

Compare and Contrast Endocytosis to Exocytosis

Compare and Contrast Endocytosis to diffusion

Compare and contrast facilitated diffusion to active transport

Explain how the cell membrane is used for homeostasis.


9 24 due osmosis diffusion handout put on left corner of your desk
9/24 DUE: Osmosis/Diffusion Handout questions about this graphic. PUT ON LEFT CORNER OF YOUR DESK!

BRAIN WORK PROBLEM #16

Describe a hypotonic solution.

Describe a hypertonic solution.

Describe a isotonic solution.

**PLEASE PICK UP ONE SHEET FROM SIDE TABLE**


Diffusion questions
Diffusion Questions: questions about this graphic.

1. If I placed a piece of celery into a solution with a very high concentration of salt, what would happen?

2. What would happen to the molecules in this cell when place in pure water?

4. Why aren’t the lipid tails of the phospholipids facing the outside of the cell?

5. Draw a picture of a section of the cell membrane


An adventure into the cell! questions about this graphic.


Nucleus questions about this graphic.- controls cell and contains DNA

nucleolus- starts assembly of ribosomes

Nuclear membrane (envelope)- surrounds nucleus, lots of pores for items to move in and out


  • Nucleolus questions about this graphic. makes ribosomes which then leave the nucleus and attach to E.R.

    Ribosome- place of protein production (may be free or attached)


Endoplasmic Reticulum- questions about this graphic. parts of cell membrane are made and proteins are modified

Rough E.R.- covered in ribosomes

a. Proteins are made on the ribosomes (on the ER) and travel directly into the e.r.

Smooth E.R.- make lipids (fats)


C. questions about this graphic.Golgi Apparatus-package and sort proteins

1. Proteins go from the R.E.R. to the G.A. and are then sent to their final destination

D. Vesicles- small sac that transports items around the cell

E. Lysosomes- small sacs filled with enzymes which breakdown food particles or old organelles


F. questions about this graphic.Centrioles are organelles found only in animal cells that help with cell division.


G questions about this graphic.. Mitochondria-“powerhouse” of the cell

1. Converts food molecules to energy (glucose to ATP)

IV. Plant cell organelles

A. Vacuoles- saclike structures that hold water, a full vacuole allows for plant cells to stay rigid


B. questions about this graphic.Chloroplasts- capture sunlight and make energy (photosynthesis)

C. Cell Wall- provide support and structure for the cell


E questions about this graphic.

H

F

D

G

C

J

B

A


CELL PROJECT! questions about this graphic.

Plan of Action Due: THIS THURSDAY!

Work Day: Tues Oct. 2nd

DUE: Wed. Oct 3rd

(in one week!)


Assignment: questions about this graphic.

Using your book and function notes, fill out the organelle chart!

THIS IS DUE TOMORROW!!!


Cell project plan of action due tomorrow
CELL PROJECT questions about this graphic.PLAN OF ACTION DUE TOMORROW

STUDY FOR MINI-QUIZ!


Biology please get out your study guides
Biology: Please get out your STUDY Guides!! questions about this graphic.

Today 11/21/2013

  • Osmosis and Cell Membrane Raps

  • Answer any study guide questions!!

  • Review Game!! --BLUFF

    QUEST TOMORROW!!!

    Cellular Respiration Quiz Tuesday!


Review game
Review Game! questions about this graphic.

What type of solution was this cell placed in?

Original cell: Cell in solution:

What is this structure? (the whole thing)


. questions about this graphic.

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

C. What type of solution is this?

d. The water moving towards where there are more solutes is called what?


e. Where is there a higher concentration of sugar molecules? Inside or outside the cell?

sugar molecule

f. Based on your answer for e, which direction will sugar be moving (into or out of the cell)?


This picture shows substances entering the cell, what is the process called?

4. List 2 ways diffusion and active transport are different.

5. Proteins can work as channels or membrane ____________.

6. The cell membrane is made of a ___________________ bilayer.


List the three organelles specific to plant cells process called?

What organelle is responsible for making proteins?

Where are proteins packaged and sorted?


1.) A group of tissues working together becomes a what? (think of the levels)

2.) Trace the path of a protein!

3.) What items are found inside

the nucleus?

4.) What types of solute

movement require energy?

5.) Describe a cell wall

Describe a cell membrane

6.) If I put a piece of potato in pure water. What would happen to the size of the potato? What about a red blood cell?


Example of science paragraph
Example of Science Paragraph (think of the levels)

The outside of an animal cell is covered in a cell membrane,which allows substances to pass in and out. Inside of the cell from the cell membrane to the nuclear envelope is cytoplasm. Cytoplasm contains enzymes because it is the location where many chemical reactions take place. The nuclear envelope serves as the outer boundary of the nucleus and has many pores that allow materials inside and out. Inside the nucleus is the nucleolus which makes ribosomes. These ribosomes leave the nucleus through the pores in the nuclear envelope.


Welcome to cell inc

Finish filling in your charts to help you build your case! (think of the levels)

Welcome to Cell Inc.

Due to budget constraints the factory CELL INC. has to lay-off some employees.

You are all lawyers, you will work collaboratively as a team to propose why your worker (organelle) is an asset to the company and needs to stay.

Each team of lawyers will have 3-5 minutes to state their case. The 2 teams who have the most votes at the end will come up and debate in front of the company board to win their case!


Sheet review sheet is due today put on your desk
½ sheet review sheet is DUE TODAY! (think of the levels)Put on your desk.

Cell Project Work Day TODAY!—must have something to work on for project, or bring in proof of finished project.

Cell Project Due Wednesday! TOMORROW

Cell Structure Test Thursday:

Cell theory and scientists, cell membrane, microscopes, osmosis and diffusion, active transport, pro vs euk, all cell organelles and functions, plant vs animal cells.


Meet lindbergh
Meet Lindbergh! (think of the levels)

CELL PROJECTS DUE TODAY!

Meet Lindbergh!

Cell Structure Test TOMORROW!

Cell theory and scientists, cell membrane, microscopes, osmosis and diffusion, active transport, pro vs euk, all cell organelles and functions, plant vs animal cells.


H (think of the levels)

E

F

D

G

C

B

A


1. Are bacteria prokaryotic or eukaryotic? (think of the levels)

2. What is the difference?

3. This picture shows substances entering the cell, what is the process called?

4. List 2 ways diffusion and active transport are different.

5. Proteins can work as channels or membrane ____________.

6. The cell membrane is made of a ___________________ bilayer.


7. List the three organelles specific to plant cells (think of the levels)

8. Who coined the name “cells” after looking at a piece of cork cell?

9. Coiled up (condensed) DNA is called what? (*we have 46 of these)

10. What organelle is responsible for making proteins?

11. Where are proteins packaged and sorted?


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