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warm up
Warm-up
  • In the movie “The Hunger Games,” the Capitol (a term used to refer to what we would call the government) produced genetically enhanced birds called jabberjays to spy on rebels. Unexpectedly, these birds bred with mockingbirds, creating a new hybrid bird called the mockingjay. The Capitol did not intend for this to happen, and the bird became a symbol of rebellion.
  • What lessons can we draw about genetic engineering from these examples?
  • Could a scenario like this, where a genetically engineered organism hybridizes with a wild animal or plant, happen in the real world? Why or why not?
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Cells

  • What is a cell?
  • Explain the cell theory
  • What are the 3 reasons cells reproduce?
  • What are macromolecule?
  • Explain the role of the 4 macromolecules
    • - Include where they are found

Biotechnology

What is biotechnology? Give 2 examples

Read article and answer questions

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Cell reproduction

Draw and explain the steps of mitosis?

What are the differences between mitosis and meiosis?

  • Cell functions
  • Draw and define each:
    • -mitochondria, nucleus,
    • Nucleolus, chloroplast,
    • Chlorophyll, Cell membrane
  • Create a Venn Diagram of
  • animal and plant cells

Photosynthesis & cell respiration

Draw and explain both

Explain fermentation

Write out equations. Identify the reactants and the products in both