Time 4 Science
AP Biology 2Q
Ch. 7 Cell Membrane Structure & Transport: Know the difference between active and passive transport, as well as mechanisms of each.
HW: Read Ch. 7 and take notes.
The following are websites that focus on the cell membrane structure and its function. Review each website.
Campbell, Biology 8e Online Materials
for more information on cell membranes.
Composition of the Cell Membrane
What is the optimal size for a cell? Investigate the relationship of surface area of a cell to volume.
Notes on the composition of the cell membrane and the role of proteins and other substances found there.
HW: Complete the calculations for the activity
Why are cells so small?
to learn more about the relationship between total surface area and the cell's volume.
HW: Read Ch. 7, copy the notes for the chapter and start working your way through the student study guide (you have this copy now).
Notes on the relationship of cell size, total surface area & volume. Then notes on diffusion and osmosis.
Reviewed "Why are cells so small?" activity.
HW: Introduced the lab for next class. Read and answer questions in
Lab: Osmosis & Diffusion
FRQ on Cell membrane structure and function, osmosis and diffusion.
Lab: Osmosis & Diffusion
due in special seminar.
Special AP Bio seminar on 11/19.
HW: Continue working on the Ch. 7 study guide.
HW: Read the article
Nobel Prize for the Discovery of Aquaporin
. Have this read for our special seminar on 11/19. We will be doing an article review.
Finish up red onion cell lab. Turn in your work on 11/20.
Lab Bench Virtual Lab:
Lab 1: Diffusion & Osmosis
Osmosis in an Isotonic Environment
Osmosis in a Hypertonic Environment
Osmosis in a Hypotonic Environment
Diffusion across cell membranes - osmosis and dialysis
Passive and Active Transport
Endocytosis & Lysosome Action
Prelab: AP Bio lab - Osmosis & Diffusion
HW: Read through and start answering the questions for the O & D Lab.
Prepare equipment & prelab AP Lab: Osmosis & Diffusion
Start answering the lab questions on a separate piece of paper.
Osmosis Lab - Collect & process data. Lab is due on 12/4.
Turn in the Lab Bench - Osmosis Lab packet
Share data and review lab outcomes.
HW: Answer the lab questions on a separate piece of paper. Turn in the completed lab next class.
HW: Study the chapter and all notes to prepare for the test.
Turn in the AP Osmosis Diffusion Lab.
Introduction to Cellular Respiration - notes & diagrams. OILRIG, basic chemistry of respiration.
HW: Study the chapter on cell membranes and transport. Test next class.
Test on Cell Membranes & Transport
HW: Read the section in the textbook on Glycolysis pg. 162-169.
Review OILRIG & respiration basics.
Basic things you should know about glucose metabolism -
Review over Glucose Metabolism
How Glycolysis Works - MH
Glycolysis - Sinauer
How NADH Works - MH
HW: Read pages 162-177.
HW: Review the following websites on the Kreb's Cycle and ETC.
How the Kreb's Cycle Works - MH
How the Electron Transport Chain Works (1) - MH
How the Electron Transport Chain Works (2) - MH
Notes on Kreb's & ETC.
Quiz: Cellular Respiration
Review quiz on cellular respiration
HW: Retake quiz next class.
HW: Read information on Fermentation (both ethanol & lactic acid)
Notes on Fermentation.
HW: Read & take notes for the next chapter on Photosynthesis.
Notes: Photosynthesis - the light dependent reaction
Know the structures of a generalized leaf and those of the chloroplast.
Leaf Structure & Function
Photosynthesis - Light Reaction
Photosynthetic Electron Transport & ATP Synthesis
Cyclic & Noncyclic Phosphorylation
Notes: Photosynthesis - the light independent reaction
The Calvin Cycle
Calvin Cycle Animation
YouTube - Calvin Cycle (GREAT!)
Turn in Photosynthesis WS. Review the answers together in class. Use this as a study guide for the quiz next class.
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