 Skinny honors BIOLOGY Unit3 Ch. 4, 5 Cells & membranes

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Skinny honors BIOLOGY
Unit3 Ch. 4, 5
Cells & membranes
THINKING AHEAD:
 Lab Materials: Plasmolysis: Elodea, 15% salt solution, slides, coverslips, DW.
Egg Osmosis: vinegar, 2 eggs, DW, corn syrup, beakers
Osmosis: plasmolysis tubing (soaked), sucrose solutions, 100 ml grad. cylinders, DW, cups or beakers,
potatoes, corers, balances, weighing dishes, razor blades, forceps
 Print Work: objective sheets assign.sheet
CHAPTER four:
 labs: Plasmolysis, Osmosis
test essay  “Size and Shape”
“A tour of the cell“
day 1:
Go over “Chemistry” Tests
DUE: Notes 4.1-4.5 DO: Online activities and Blast Animations
Lecture: microscopes, history of cell theory, first microscope
Hand out “Size and Shape”, Study time
day 2:
DUE: Size and Shape answers to questions and highlights in paper of answer locations.
Class Discussion: “Size and Shape”, turn in (10 pts), Study time
day 3:
DUE: Notes 4.6-18 DO: Online activities and Blast Animations
Lecture: organelle: structure and function, “form fits function”, Study time
day 4:
Lecture: organelle structure and function
day 5:
DUE: Submit online Quizzes for chapter 4.
QUIZ: Cell Parts and Functions: Given a blank sheet of paper, draw a cell (plant
OR animal) as large as the paper and then draw and label at least 10 organelles.
On the back of the paper, list at least 10 names of organelles (correctly spelled) and
describe their function.
Study time.
day 6:
LECTURE: Fluid Mosaic, membrane proteins, phospholipids,
day 7:
LECTURE: passive & active transport, tonicity, cytosis.
GROUP TIME on osmosis/diffusion worksheet
day 8:
LAB: Plasmolysis
CHAPTER five:
day 9:
“the working cell“
DUE: Plasmolysis Lab
DUE: Notes 5.1-9 and opening essay.
DO: Online activities and Blast Animations
day 10 Discuss Osmosis, pre-lab on “Osmosis Lab”
DEMO: Egg Osmosis & Osmosis Lab: part A.
day 11: 2A:Set up part B: model of osmosis (dialysis tubing)
2B: Complete part B by massing bags, 2A check Weebly for results
2A,B: Set up part C: real plant cells in sucrose solutions
day 12: DUE: Complete lab questions pertaining to parts A, B.
2A: Complete part C: mass potato cores, record, clean up.
2B: Results on DocuCam
day 13: DUE: Osmosis Lab
day 14: DUE: Submit online quizzes for chapter 5.1-9
Ch. 4, 5 Test: 50 multiple choice.
Mrs. Loyd 
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BIOLOGY
Unit 3 Cells and Membranes
Learning Targets
Reminder: Use Quizlet to study vocabulary! https://quizlet.com/subject/rippin-biology/
Reminder: For Honors Biology students only.
1. Introduction to the Cell
a. I can describe the relationship between atoms, bonds, and molecules.
b. I can explain the hierarchy of structure found in living things.
c. I can cite evidence of the origin and evolution of cells and organelles.
2. Cell Organelles - How do organelles work to support the cell?
a. I can describe the function of the nucleus.
b. I can describe the functions of organelles that make or modify macromolecules: ribosomes, rough endoplasmic
reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus.
c. I can describe the functions of organelles that make energy for cell metabolism: mitochondria and chloroplasts.
d. I can describe the functions of organelles that store products in a cell: vacuoles and lysosomes.
e. I can describe the functions of the organelles that give the cell shape and structure: cell wall, cytoskeleton.
f. I can describe how all the organelles work together to make proteins.
3. Cell Types - How are all cells the same, yet different?
a. I can list differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
b. I can list similarities and differences between animal and plant cells.
c. I can identify the organelles in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells using diagrams.
d. I can list which organelles are in all cells.
e. I can explain how cells in a multicellular organism can be different even though they all contain the same DNA.
PLASMA MEMBRANE AND CELL TRANSPORT
4. Cell Size: - Why are cells so small?
a. I can explain why cells are microscopic.
b. I can explain why there is a limit to cell size.
c. I can explain why prokaryotic cells are smaller than eukaryotic cells.
5. Membrane Structure - How are macromolecules arranged to form a membrane?
a. I can identify the parts of the plasma membrane from diagrams.
b. I can list the function of each part of the plasma membrane.
c. I can show how all of the parts of the plasma membrane work together to make it selectively permeable.
d. I can explain how the plasma membrane and its components enable the cell to maintain homeostasis
6. Passive Transport - How do cells transport substances across a membrane without using energy?
a. I can explain what passive transport is and why cells do it.
b. I can describe osmosis, dialysis, and facilitated diffusion.
c. I can predict what will happen to plant and animal cells when placed in the following solutions: hypotonic, hypertonic,
and isotonic.
7. Active Transport - How do cells transport substances across a membrane using energy?
a. I can explain what active transport is and why cells do it.
b. I can describe the sodium/potassium pump, endocytosis and exocytosis.
8. Summary
a. I can use a neuron (nerve cell) to describe how passive and active transport work together to maintain homeostasis.
Mrs. Loyd 
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