Do practice questions 4 and 5 on p. 95 of the textbook.
Study for test Tuesday/Wednesday, 21/22 May, on chapters 27 and 28. Test on Echinodermata and Chrodata will be the following week, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Be sure you have completed the frog pre-lab assignment, and part 1 of the frog lab. They will be handed in, stapled together, after you have completed part 2.
Continue/finish reading chapter 17 (NS). Work on the NS handout.
Finish parts 1 and 2 of perch lab, staple, and hand in.
Complete a phylum chart (see previous examples) for Echinodermata (if not already done) – for your own notes.
List defining characteristics of all 8 classes of vertebrates (if not already done) – for your own notes.
Complete the frog dissection preparatory activity if you received it in class (day 2 classes only) – due next class (wednesday or thursday).
Test – 21/22 May – chapter 27 and 28 – Annelida, Molluska, Arthropoda
Test – 27/28 May – Echinodermata and Chrodata
Please read pages 88 – 90 and do practice questions on p. 89 (check answers on p. 506).
Complete the handout on the periodic table given in class.
Finish part 2 of perch lab, and staple both parts together. Hand in.
List the defining characteristics of the 8 classes of the Sub Phylum Vertebrata. Not for handing in, but you must know this information.
Read about Phylum Echinodermata (sea stars and their relatives) in the text and make a chart (same one we used before) as your notes. Not for handing in.
Study for circulatory/excretory test. Continue reading of chapter 17 (nervous system), notes, and work on practice questions (not for handing in).
Test postponed to Monday/Tuesday. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Read all of perch lab and bring with you to the class.
Find the main characteristics of the 8 classes in subphylum Vertebrata (not for handing in but y0u should know this).
Continue reading chapter 17 (nervous system) and NS notes.
Circulatory/Excretory test – Thursday and Friday, 9/10 May.
Be sure sheep brain lab is handed in.