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HW: Optional: Watch AP BIO LAB 6 Video from time 5:08 to end of video.

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HW:  Finish AP BIO Lab 6: Molecular Biology Part B: Restriction Enzyme Cleavage of DNA and Gel Electrophoresis and find items from AP Biology Scavenger Hunt

MU: Come in after school to analyze your group's gel and finish AP BIO Lab 6: Molecular Biology Part B: Restriction Enzyme Cleavage of DNA and Gel Electrophoresis and find items from AP Biology Scavenger Hunt

 

 

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HW: Have a great summer!

 

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Guest Speaker: Ronald Cheung  Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Research Associate

        Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

 

 

 

Watch Reptile/Amphibian Life Video and take notes

 

 

 

HW: Can continue research

MU: Start Greenhouse Investigation following guide above.

 

HW: Can continue research

MU: Start Greenhouse Investigation following guide above.

 

HW: Work on Edible Animal Project

MU: Work on Edible Animal Project

 

 

HW: Finish analysis questions #1 and 2 and continue Sweet 16 Drosophila Tournament.

MU: Get pre-lab for checked off, come in after school to make up part A of lab, join another group who signed up for part B to determine what parental generations were crossed, do analysis questions #1 and 2 and continue Sweet 16 Drosophila Tournament.

 

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MU: Review AP FRQ questions linked above, review rest of Chapter 15 Notes linked above and get data from your group about your crosses.

 

HW: Finish designing your experiment for Monday including all parts above.

 

MU: Get data from you lab group members, come in and get lab book to complete Statistical Analysis Section for AP BIO Lab 7 on pg 85-89, watch fruit fly video linked above and design an experiment to compare some variable with typical fruit fly courtship using AP BIO Lab 11B starting on page 132 including all parts above.

 

 

MU: Come in after school to make up your Fruit Fly Reproduction Behavior Experiment, get Variations in Gene Expression Handout from Berwick to compete and do HW.

 

 

Watch AP BIO Lab 9: Transpiration Video take Cornell notes and write an admit slip: one thing you learned while watching the video and one thing you still have a question about, this will be you pass into class for Tuesday

Watch either AP BIO Lab 9: Transpiration Video take Cornell notes and write an admit slip: one thing you learned while watching the video and one thing you still have a question about, this will be you pass into class for Tuesday

  •     Collect admit slips and address questions

  •      AP BIO Lab #9: Transpiration

  •         After reading the introduction section of the lab, write a paragraph or draw a picture that defines transpiration, and explains 1) the role of transpiration in the transport of water within a plant, 2) how water moves from roots to leaves in terms of the physical and chemical properties of water and the forces provided by differences in water potential, and 3) the structures used by plants to transport water and regulate water movement. Support your discussion with evidence from the test. What implications can you draw?

  •     Set up apparatus for your groups data collection.

  •     Copy down Data Table 9.1 and sign up for condition your group is going to test.

  •     Decide which method for calculating Leaf Surface Area your group is going to use. Get yourself familiar with the procedure by practice with a leaf from outside.

HW: Finish what ever you did not complete from the items above.

MU: Get lab book from Berwick and complete the activities above before starting AP BIO Lab #9: Transpiration

 

  •     Continue AP BIO Lab #9: Transpiration

  •             set up the rest of your apparatus

  •             collect data for your condition

  •             look at monocot and dicot leaf stem cross-sections, make a drawing of these cross-sections and try to identify the different layers

  •             do your calculations for leaf surface area and transpiration rate/m2 

HW: Finish your calculations for leaf surface area and transpiration rate/m2 (Table 9.1 and Table 9.2 should be filled out and Table 9.3 drawn with your data in it)

MU: Get lab book from Berwick and come in after school to do AP BIO Lab #9: Transpiration

 

HW: Finish analysis questions for AP BIO Lab #9: Transpiration, and watch AP BIO Lab #12: Dissolved Oxygen Video, take Cornell notes and write an admit slip: one thing you learned while watching the video and one thing you still have a question about, this will be your pass into class for Friday.

 

MU: Get class data for the different conditions, work on graph and analysis questions, review AP Released Free Response questions above and do HW. 

 

HW: Finish pre-lab for AP BIO Lab #12: Part A Dissolved Oxygen

 

MU: Come in after school to make up Transpiration Quiz, and do pre-lab for AP BIO Lab #12: Part A Dissolved Oxygen

 

HW: Work on analysis questions for AP BIO Lab #12 Part A  Dissolved Oxygen

 

MU: Come in after school to make up AP BIO Lab #12: Part A Dissolved Oxygen

 

HW: Finish pre-lab for AP BIO Lab #12: Part B Primary Productivity

MU: Finish AP BIO Lab #12 Part A Dissolved Oxygen and do pre-lab for AP BIO #12: Part B Primary Productivity

 

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MU: Join another group who has already set up their condition

 

HW: Finish analysis questions from AP BIO Lab #12: Part B Primary Productivity.

MU: Get class data from someone in class, do analysis question from AP BIO Lab #12: Part B Primary Productivity,

 

     

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