Complete the protist package/handout (colouring, labelling and answering questions is required for full marks). For blocks 1-2 and 1-3, protist postcard is due on Monday, 20 January (extended from 16 January). Protist package is due Wednesday, 22 January.
For Block 2-1, protist postcard and protist package are due 27 January 2020.
Block 1-3 – read the Dengue Fever article and answer the following questions:
What is Dengue Fever? 2. How is it transmitted? 3. What does “endemic” mean? 4. What other illnesses are endemic to the Yemen (mentioned in the article)? 5. For the illnesses mentioned in #4, are they viral, bacterial, or protist-caused? 6. For the illnesses mentioned in #4, what is the vector for each?
All classes: Read the remainder of chapter 17 (bacteria) and the unit in the workbook (bacteria). Do questions on p. 31 of the workbook (not for handing in).
All – Read p. 27 – 32 in workbook (microbiology – viruses and immune system) and try out the questions on p. 29 (not for handing in.)
All classes – Finish Case Study “Between the living and the dead” and answer all the questions (on a separate page). I may collect these, or we may discuss, or I may have a quick “check-in quiz” on them.
Evolution Quiz next week! Monday/Tuesday (depending on the block). Focus will be the “big ideas” in evolution.
Study the workbook section C and be able to answer questions similar to those on our evolution handouts A-E (evidence for evolution, etc). Also be sure you have read the chapters 13 and 14 on evolution, and that you have reviewed the notes taken in class.
Please complete the cell crossword and the chart on the back of the page (nuclear sap, hyaloplasm, etc). You may have to research online to give a brief description of the function of these cell parts.
Answer the lysosome question:
“What’s the deal with lysosomes?” Do lysosomes occur in both animal and plant cells? Give a brief explanation as to why some textbooks indicate that they only occur in animal cells, while other resources show them occurring in plant cells.
Label the cell diagram (not for handing in).
Complete the reading and questions for the case study “little mito.” Be ready to hand in or use the answers as part of a class discussion.