AP BIOLOGY term 1, 2014 Unit 1: biochemistry and metabolism

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AP BIOLOGY term 1, 2014
day 1:
Seating chart, AP Test accommodations? See
Mrs. Kirkland, 80% or better?,
ex.cr.: (See: “Opportunities” in Weebly)
Assignment: (www.campbellbiology)
❑ register for Campbell website
❑ join our class
❑ Complete and submit electronically:
Ch.2-5 Pre-tests
Use this site for interactive studying.
Assignments: Use the objectives and online activities to review those
topics you scored poorly on in your ONLINE pre-testing.
Download/Print from our Weebly site
(http://[email protected])
❑ Lab Safety contract (read, sign, have parent sign, return it)
❑ Ch. 2-5 assignments
❑ objectives
❑ study sheets
Use this site for class-specific handouts like assignments and objectives.
Unit 1: biochemistry and metabolism
CHAPTER two-five:
“Chemistry”, “water“, “Carbon”, “Macromolecules”
day 2: DUE: Online Registration/Join the class DUE: Lab Safety Contract
DUE: Weebly print work: objective sheets, study sheets, buffer dry lab.
compound vs. molecule
Demo: Microscope techniques, individual practice for lab practical on day 5.
Electronegativity
day 3: DUE: Ch.3 obj. 1-14, Lecture: Water, pH, buffers.
e- transfer vs. sharing
Work: Buffers Dry Lab
emergent properties of H-bonding
day 4: DUE: Buffers dry lab
pH
DUE: Ch.4 obj. 1-5.Lecture: versatility of carbon, Functional Groups.
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buffering (H2CO3  HCO3 + H )
day 5: DUE: Ch.5 obj.1-22.
CHECK OBJECTIVES Ch.3-5
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The H combines with the excess OH
Lecture: Monomers↔Polymers Carbs, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic Acids
to form water.
Quiz: Functional Groups and Microscope lab practical
List
bond strengths: greatest to
Discuss: Who’s Who Macromolecules” do front page together
weakest:
CHAPTER eight:
“metabolism “
covalent, ionic, hydrogen, van der
day 6: DUE: Ch. 8 obj. 1-5, 9-11
Waals.
Discuss: “Whose Who of Macromolecules”
–S stabilize proteins by forming
Lecture: cellular work, ATP, Enzymes, Energy graphs, coupled reactions.
covalent cross links
day 7: DUE: Ch. 8 obj. 12-20
CHECK OBJECTIVES
dehydration synthesis, hydrolysis
Lecture: review, competitive/noncompetitive inhibition
“Carbo-Hydrate”= CH2O
Hand out “Enzyme Reaction Rates Worksheets”
glycosidic linkages: we can’t digest
day 8: DUE: Campbell Online Ch.3-5 Post-Tests, submit online.
beta linkages in cellulose
Pre-lab (hand out enzyme catalysis lab) use DVD.
Use Who’s Who of Macromolecules
Demo: catalase in H2O2 and boiled catalase in H2O2
(fig. sheet)
day 9: DUE: lab flow chart turned in.
A.A. have different chem./physical
Lab: Enzyme Catalysis
properties in their R groups that
day10: DUE: Finish lab write-up, discuss, turn in.
make them unique.
Work in small groups on “Reaction Rates”
Linus Pauling on how he used a piece
day 11: DUE: Finish “Reaction Rates” correct, turn in.
of paper to discover a secondary
Lab Quiz
structure of protein! (Link to Youtube)
Lecture: Essay Writing: “Action Verbs”, Weebly: “DOs and DON’Ts”, Weebly:
Experimental Design
day 12: DUE: Campbell Online Ch.8 Post-Test, submit online.
Unit One Test: Ch.3-5, 8; multiple choice + essay.
Unit 2: cells and membranes
CHAPTER six:
day 1:
13
day 2:
14
“cells “
Go over test, DUE: Discuss Gould’s essay: “Size and Shape” turn in questions
DUE: obj. 1-6 with emphasis on obj. 5,6.
DUE: obj. 7-30, cell parts and functions p.100, 101.
Quiz: Cell Parts and Functions. This quiz is posted on Weebly.
CHAPTER seven:
CHECK OBJECTIVES
“membranes“
day 3: DUE: obj.1-9, Lecture: Osmosis, Work “Osmosis” worksheet, check for accuracy.
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hand out “Osmosis” lab, Lab Bench overview
Lab “Osmosis” A: demo
day 4: DUE: obj. 10-21
CHECK OBJECTIVES
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Discuss: Worksheet over obj.13, Water Potential. (activities: Campbell 7/e online)
Lab “Osmosis”: B: set this up/ wait 30 min./ read C: while waiting, set up potato cores, cover and place in cupboards.
day 5: Water Potential: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDZud2g1RVY
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Lab: Collect data part C, work on lab in partners.
day 6: DUE: Discuss lab, study (10 min), turn in.
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Lab Quiz
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CHAPTER eleven:
“cell signaling “
day 7:
19
day 8:
20
day 9:
21
DUE: obj. Ch.11.1,3,5-8.
Study time on worksheet
DUE: obj. Ch.11.10,11,13-21
CHECK OBJECTIVES
Study time on worksheet
DUE: Correct worksheet, turn in.
Animations: More links available on Weebly under animations, Leukocyte Signaling: Molecular Movies: Inner Life of
the Cell: Leukocyte Signaling. Insulin Signaling: The Virtual Cell: insulin signaling
day10: *DUE: Ch. 6, 7 Online Submissions (Campbell website: Self Quizzes, Activities Quizzes, Chapter Quizzes)
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(*If you earned a B- or better on the multiple choice portion of the unit one test, you are exempt from having to submit
these quizzes online---full credit will be given. CAUTION: You earned a B- or better partly because you studied the
online quizzes. Don’t make the mistake of ignoring that part of your study strategy for AP Biology.)
Unit Two Test: Ch. 6,7, 11; multiple choice + essay.
Unit 3 : glycolysis, Respiration and photosynthesis
CHAPTER nine:
“respiration“
day 1:
23
day 2:
24
day 3:
day 4:
26
DUE:
obj. 2, 7-19 (omit 8,17,19).
Lecture: Glycolysis, Citric Acid Cycle, and Electron Transport Chain
http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/BiologicalSciences/Faculty/DMeyer/respiration.html
“The Virtual Cell: The Movie”: Electron transport, ATP Synthase, Photosynthesis:
http://vcell.ndsu.nodak.edu/animations/etc/movie.htm
DUE:
obj.1, 3-6, 20-26.
CHECK OBJECTIVES
Lecture: NAD+, e- transport, anaerobic respiration (lactic acid/alcoholic), ATP ledger, alternative pathways,
phosphofructokinase.
Pre-lab: (hand out “Cellular Respiration” lab) use DVD, set up respirometers, 25º, 10ºC water.
Lab: “Cellular Respiration”
DUE: Finish lab write-up, correct, discuss, turn in.
Lab Quiz
CHAPTER ten:
day 5:
27
day 6:
28
day 7:
day 8:
30
day 9:
day 3:
34
“photosynthesis“
DUE: Ch.10 obj.1-12
Lecture: chloroplast anatomy, leaf anatomy, summary equation, photosyn. pigments, photosystems.
Pre-lab: (hand out “Photosynthesis” lab) use DVD. set out lab components, make aluminum foil covers
DUE: Ch.10 obj. 13-21
CHECK OBJECTIVES
Lab Part A: photosynthetic pigments and chromatography
Lecture: cyclic/noncyclic e- flow, oxidative phosphorylation vs. photophosphorylation, rubisco, photorespiration, fates
of products.
Lab: “Photosynthesis”
DUE: Finish lab write-up, correct, discuss, turn in.
Lab Quiz
Unit 3 Test Ch. 9, 10; multiple choice and essay
day 38: TERM TEST: multiple choice and essay, equal weighting.
Unit 4 : Cell Division
CHAPTER Twelve:
day 1:
32
day 2:
33
anaerobic multicellular organism, April/2010.
http://news.sciencemag.org/sciencenow/2010/04/sc
ienceshot-animals-that-live-wi.html
“binary fission & Mitosis“
(There are four class periods this term that are short due to the early
out schedule. These days are not counted in this total of 38 days and
will give us a limited amount of flexibility with our schedule.)
Go over test, essays
DUE: obj. 1-12, Lecture: cell cycle, stages of mitosis, control Drew Barry: Astonishing Molecular Machines
DUE: obj. 13-16 Lecture: Cell cycle control (use notes from Weebly)
CHECK OBJECTIVES
Animation: cell cycle control: http://nobelprize.org/educational_games/medicine/2001/cellcycle.html
Lab: Mitosis
3a1: Onion root tip and Whitefish blastula, (Pop-it Bead Simulation of Chromosomes)
3a2: Time for cell replication
Lecture: Increasing genetic variation with binary fission and meiosis, changes to mitosis to get meiosis
Lab: Pipe-cleaner chromosomes:
Mitosis: G1, G2, Metaphase, Telophase using two pairs of homologous chromosomes.
Meiosis: G1, G2, Prophase 1, Metaphase 1, Telophase 1, Metaphase 2, Telophase 2, nondisjunction at MI and MII.
CHAPTER Thirteen:
“meiosis“
day 4:
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DUE: obj. 1-9
LAB: Meiosis & Crossing
3b.1 Simulation of Meiosis: (Pop-It Beads: Simulation of Chromosomes)
3b.2 Crossing Over in Sordaria (use prepared slides of Sordaria, then postcards with pictures to collect data.)
day 5: DUE: obj. 10-12. Lecture: Comparing mitosis and meiosis
CHECK OBJECTIVES
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Lab Practical (Demonstrate your understanding of chromosome arrangement during mitosis and meiosis using pipecleaners as model chromosomes.
day 6: DUE: Ch.12, 13 Online submissions: Activities Quizzes and Chapter Tests
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Unit 4 Test Ch. 12, 13 multiple choice plus lab quiz.
day 38: TERM TEST: Units 1-4, multiple choice and essays, equal weighting.
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