Unit 4-6Diagram Book Ecology, TrophicLevels, ATP /ADP, Flower Anatomy, Anatomy of a Leaf, Photosynthesis, and Cellular Respiration
Create a cover!!!!! • The cover should represent the theme of Unit 4-6-> Ecology, Plant Anatomy, Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration. • Consider the vocab: Consumers, Producers, Autotrophs, Heterotrophs, Sunlight, Kreb’s Cycle, Calvin Cycle, Cellular Respiration, ATP, ADP, Glycolysis, H2O, O2, C6H12O6, CO2, Chloroplast, Mitochondria, Fermentation, and Energy.
Page 1- Cut out the diagrams and charts to fit appropriately. • Define food web. • Under the food web picture write “The arrows show the direction in which energy flows.” • On the trophic level chart fill in the correct animals from the food web that fit each category.
Page 2- Trophic Levels • Label the levels producer, primary consumer, secondary consumer, and tertiary consumer. • Define Energy Pyramid. • How much energy is transferred from trophic level to trophic level? Write this on the page.
Page 4- ATP Molecule • Color and label Adenine blue • Color and label ribose red • Color and label the phosphates yellow • Color and label the high energy bonds green • Answer the questions.
Page 5 – The Flowering Plant Diagram • Color the picture of the flower.
Page 6- Make a table. • Make sure the table fills the entire page. • The labels need to correspond with the numbers on the flower. • Fill in the functions of each structure.
Page 9- Cross Section of a Leaf • Color the anatomy of the leaf according to the key. • Cuticle, labeled A- color light blue • Epidermis, labeled B- color yellow • Guard Cells, labeled C- color pink • Palisade Mesophyll, labeled D, color dark green • Phloem, labeled H, color purple • Xylem, labeled G, color orange • Spongy Mesophyll, labeled F, color light green • Bundle Sheath, labeled E, color dark blue
Page 11- Photosynthesis • Define photosynthesis in the top box. • Write the equation for photosynthesis in the bottom box. Make sure to label the products and reactants, as well as write out the molecules of the equation. • Label the chloroplast: • 1. Chloroplast • 2. Sunlight • 3. H2O • 4. Thylakoid contains chlorophyll • 5. Oxygen • 6. Energy carrying molecules transferred to light independent reactions. • 7. CO2 from atmosphere • 8. Calvin Cycle • 9. Glucose, C6H12O6
Page 12- Cellular Respiration • Define cellular respiration in the top box. • Write the equation for cellular respiration. Label the reactants and products, as well as writing out the molecules of the equation. • Fill in the Glycolysis box: anaerobic, makes 2 ATP, occurs in the cytoplasm, splits one glucose into 2-3 carbon chains. • Label the mitochondria: • 1. Mitochondria • 2. 2-3 carbon chains (broken down glucose) • 3. Krebs cycle takes place in the mitochondrial matrix. Produces 2 ATP • 4. Carbon dioxide • 5. Energy transferred to second stage • 6. Energy from glycolysis and O2 enter • 7. Water is produced, ATP is produced. • On the bottom write: ATP comes from: 2 from glycolysis, 2 from Krebs Cycle, and 34 from the Electron Transport Chain. Totaling 38 ATP.