Top 10 Most Wanted: The following is a list of content recovery assignments that students may complete to earn 1 point to be added to first or second nine week’s average. Each assignment is based on an essential biology standard. All assignments must be turned in by 12:30 on Wednesday, May 30, 2010. Assignment #1: Cellular Organelles Make a table of each cellular organelle. For each organelle, describe its function and tell what type of cell it may be found in. Assignment #2: Organic Compounds Make a pamphlet of the 4 major organic compounds (protein, lipid, carbohydrate, and nucleic acid). Be sure to include the subunits, examples, structure, and elements each is made of. Assignment #3: Protein Synthesis Draw a poster that shows the steps of protein synthesis. Be sure label mRNA, tRNA, ribosomes, DNA, transcription, and translation. Assignment #4: Cellular Transport Make a booklet that explains and illustrates cellular transport, including hypotonic solutions, hypertonic solutions, isotonic solutions, active transport, diffusion, and osmosis. Assignment #5: Cell Cycle Draw a comic strip that shows a labeled diagram of each stage of the cell cycle. Assignment #6: Photosynthesis Make a flowchart that shows each step of photosynthesis (including light-dependent and light-independent reactions. Assignment #7: Cellular Respiration Make a flowchart that shows each step of cellular respiration (aerobic and anaerobic). Assignment #8: Factors of Chemical Reactions Make a T-chart of reaction rate factors. List factors that speed up reactions on the 1st column. Then list factors that slow down reactions on 2nd column. Assignment #9: Cell Theory Write an essay to explain cell theory. Be sure to include scientists and technologies that contributed to the development of cell theory as well as the 3 basic facts of cell theory. Assignment #10: Types of Cells Draw a poster that shows a plant, an animal, and a bacteria cell. Then tell how each is unique.