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  1. Monday Complete Unit 9 Quiz #5 I will be around to check Unit 9 Vocab and Unit 9 Study Guide – Have them ready! Castle Learning is due tonight – Have you done it? Units 7-9 Study Guide Due Wed. STUDY! STUDY! STUDY! STUDY!

  2. EOC Review • Mallard Creek High School • Day 1 – Biochemistry • Cells • Cell Processes

  3. Types of Cells • What are the two types of cells? • Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic • What are the characteristics of these types of cells?

  4. Differences between cells

  5. Types of Eukaryotic Cells • What are the two types of eukaryotic cells? • Plant and Animal Cells • What are their characteristics?

  6. Differences Between Eukaryotic Cells

  7. Is this cell prokaryotic or eukaryotic? How can you tell? Draw the picture and label each letter.

  8. Is this cell prokaryotic or eukaryotic? How can you tell? Is this a plant cell or an animal cell? How can you tell?

  9. Is this cell prokaryotic or eukaryotic? How can you tell? Is this a plant cell or an animal cell? How can you tell?

  10. With a Partner • What does each of the following cell parts do? • What does each part look like? • Ribosomes • Nucleus • Chloroplasts • Mitochondria

  11. Phospholipid Bilayer

  12. Transport • What are the two types of cell transport? • Active and Passive • What are the characteristics of each?

  13. Passive Requires no energy. Diffusion Osmosis Isotonic Hypertonic Hypotonic Active Requires the use of cell energy (ATP) Endocytosis Exocytosis Cell Transport

  14. Osmosis

  15. Biochemistry What does it mean for something to be organic? Has carbon and hydrogen What are four examples of organic compounds? Protein, carbohydrate, lipid, nucleic acid

  16. Macromolecules

  17. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  18. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  19. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  20. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  21. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  22. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  23. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  24. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  25. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  26. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  27. Which is it? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid

  28. Glucose = C6H12O6 Glucose is the main source of energy for living things. What class of macromolecule does glucose belong to? How can you tell? Photosynthesis makes glucose. Respiration breaks glucose down in to ATP.

  29. Photosynthesis Where does photosynthesis occur? What gas is produced by photosynthesis? What is the major type of energy produced?

  30. Cellular Respiration Where does respiration occur? What gas is produced by respiration? What is the major type of energy produced?

  31. Answer the following questions:

  32. Day 2 – DNA, Mendelian Genetics, Human Genetics • What is the shape of DNA? • Double Helix • Who is credited with the discovery of the structure of DNA? • Watson and Crick • What are the subunits/monomers of nucleic acids? • nucleotides

  33. What are the three parts of a nucleotide? • Sugar • Phosphate • Base • How do the bases pair up? • Adenine-Thymine • Cytosine-Guanine

  34. If one side of the DNA has the bases, ATCGGTACT what are the complementary bases? • TAGCCATGA

  35. A sample of DNA is found to contain 15% adenine. What would the percentage of thymine be? Cytosine? Guanine? • A=15%, T=15%.......total 30% • 100-30=70/2=35 • G=35%, C=35%

  36. What is the purpose of DNA replication? • To make an exact copy of the DNA • When does replication occur? • During Interphase, before cell division

  37. DNA vs. RNA

  38. Transcription • What is the purpose of transcription? • DNA is transcribed (written) into the mRNA code • DNAmRNA • AU • TA • CG • GC • What is the purpose of translation? • tRNA brings amino acids to the appropriate mRNA codon to assemble the protein

  39. Label the Diagram

  40. Mutations • What are mutations? • A change in the DNA • What is a point mutation? • A base is changed, Ex: AGG ACG • What is a frameshift mutation? • Bases added or deleted, Ex: AGG  ACGG

  41. Mitosis vs. Meiosis

  42. Mendelian Genetics

  43. A heterozygous black dog mates with a white dog. Complete the Punnett Square and give the phenotype and genotype ratios.

  44. A white mouse mates with a black mouse and the offspring are gray. What type of inheritance does this demonstrate? • Incomplete Dominance – neither allele is completely dominant so they blend • A white mouse mates with a black mouse and the offspring are all white with black spots. What type of inheritance does this demonstrate? • Co-Dominance – both alleles are equally dominant so they both show up

  45. Human Genetics If the mother has blood type O and the father is heterozygous for blood type A, what are the possible blood types of their children? Complete a Punnett Square to demonstrate your answer.

  46. What is the genotype for a female who doesn’t have hemophilia but carries the trait for it? If a hemophiliac male has children with a normal female, what are the possible genotypes and phenotypes of their offspring? Complete a Punnett Square to demonstrate your answer.