Finish the microscopy lab (letter “e”), including all calculations and lab questions. Study for the test.
Finish the starch/iodine lab by completing these questions: Questions Starch Iodine Lab
Study for test 15/16 October
Study for test on 15/16 October.
Finish the microscope drawing and include all the needed information. Be sure all calculations are on the back of the page. Information from the overhead projector today:
- clear bench, clear aisles
- have pencil, eraser, unlined paper on bench; have “proper use” page out on bench
- pick up microscope and slide
- follow proper procedure to find a suitable cell to draw, use medium or high power
- set up paper as per sample (front board)
- draw carefully and in detail
- identify the cell cycle stage depicted; your title will be based on this (eg. “Allium cell during anaphase”)
- using your knowledge of mitosis/cell cycle, label the drawing appropriately (use a ruler and align all the wording outside the circle in a neat column)
- do not add detail that you cannot see through the microscope
- on the back of the sheet, record the power and the number of times the specimen fits across the field of view (determined while looking through the microscope) and use this to do you calculations later
Be able to explain diffusion, osmosis, facilitated transport, and active transport. Which of these processes require energy?
Study for test on Monday/Tuesday 15/16 Oct.
Read p. 122 – 123 and write the function of the nucleus. Be sure you have completed all the previous homework. See previous blog posts.
Study for test (15/16 Oct – see earlier blog post). Read chapter 4 and work on biol. mols. review.
Study for test on 15/16 October (see earlier blog post). Finish the paragraph from p. 171 in text: Read “A useful poison” and explain how this “poison” works/affects the cell, and its role as a drug (medicine).
Finish the case study (water) and answer all the questions. Study for the test, on 15/16 October (chapters 1-3, and p. 496 in text). Begin reading chapter 4.
Study for test 15/16 October: chapter 5 (cell), chapter 8 (cell cycle/mitosis), microscope section of chapter 2, appendix C (p. 10-11 in back of textbook), and microscopy calculations.
Finish the microscopy calculations and check the answer key. There will be a mini quiz on microscopy calculations next class, 5 October.