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Lab Manual:

Lab 1: The Scientific Process (Erica)

Lab 2: Measurement

Lab 3: The Molecules of Life

Lab 4: Enzymes

Lab 5: Microscopic Observation of Cells

Lab 6: Passive Tranport

Lab 7:  Carbohydrate Catabolism

Lab 8: Cell Division

Lab 9: Signal Transduction

Lab 10:  DNA Structure/Replication

Lab 11: Genes in a Bottle

Lab 12: Genetically Modified Organisms

Lab 13: Bacterial Transformation

Lab 14: Case Study: Peanut Butter

 

Student Blog

Chapter 2 Blog: The Chemical Basis of Life I (Erica)

Chapter 3 Blog: The Chemical Basis of Life II (Erica)

Chapter 4 Blog: General Features of Cells (Erica)

Chapter 5 Blog: Membrane Structure, Synthesis, and Transport (Erica)

Chapter 6 Blog: An Introduction to Energy, Enzymes, and Metabolism (Erica)

Chapter 7 Blog: Cellular Respiration, Fermentation, and Secondary Metabolism (Erica)

Chapter 8 Blog: Photosynthesis (Erica)

Chapter 9 Blog: Cell Communication (Erica)

Chapter 11: Nucelic Acid Structure, DNA Replicaiton, and Chromosome Structure (Erica)

Chapter 12 Blog: Gene Expression at the Molecular Level (Erica)

Chapter 13 Blog: Gene Regulation (Erica)

Chapter 14 Blog: Mutation, Gene Repair, and Cancer 

Chapter 15 Blog: The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle, Mitosis, And Meiosis (Erica)

Chapter 16 Blog: Simple Patterns of Inheritance (Erica)

Chapter 18 Blog: Viral and Bacterial genetics (Erica)

Chapter 20 Blog: Genetic Technology (Erica)

Chapter 21 Blog: Genomes, Proteomes, and Bioinformatics

 

Chapter 24.5: Migration and Nonrandom Mating; Biology Project 

 

Grading Sheet for the Blog Project

 

Section I: Personal Bio and Material

 

I live in Franklin Township, I'm sixteen years old, and I like to spend time with my friends, talk, volunteer, dance (sometimes), and do anything food or gymnastics related.  Most of the time I like to think I know what I'm talking about, even though most of the time I'm probably wrong.  I also tend to over analyze things. I'm a hard worker and pretty confident but as far as my future goes, I'm not entirely sure of what I want to be although I'm considering something in the medical or business field. 

 

Section II:  Interesting/Useful Scientific Material

 

Websites

 

 

   1. http://www.dnalc.org/resources/animations/ 

 

  • This website has good, easy to understand animations of the different processes of dna.

 

    2.  http://www.biologybinder.com/ 

 

  • This link provides helpful quizzes that help you label diagrams and assess how much you know about your topic (e.g. biochemistry, microscopes, evolution, and etc.)

 

    3. http://library.med.utah.edu/NetBiochem/macromol.htm 

 

  • Macromolecules are described in detail in this site.  It provides us a good idea of what macromolecules are and how they are classified (carbohydrates and nucleic acids and their different units, such as monomers). 

 

    4. http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/begin/dna/transcribe/ 

 

  • Colorful, interactive games are always a good way to help you learn and remember important concepts.  This website helps you understand the transcribing and translating of a DNA strand. 

 

    5.  http://anthro.palomar.edu/biobasis/bio_2.htm 

 

  • This site is dedicated to explaining cell reproduction, it includes diagrams, statistics, and a description of the cell reproduction process. 

 

 

Images 

 

 

  1. http://image.wistatutor.com/content/feed/u2077/cell_cycle%203.jpg 

 

  • This is a picture of the cell cycle.  It gives a short description of what happens in the G1, S, and G2 phases.  It is color coated and has arrows that make it easier to understand and read. 

 

 

     2. http://www.phschool.com/science/biology_place/labbench/lab3/images/stages1.gif 

 

  • The stages of Meiosis 1 are briefly summarized and illustrated so that most people can understand it. 

 

     3. http://www.ebi.ac.uk/microarray/biology_intro_files/cell.jpe 

 

  • A diagram of an animal cell is a picture that I referred to frequently during my first biology class, so I thought I'd put a labeled diagram up here as a reference just in case we needed it. 

 

     4. http://kvhs.nbed.nb.ca/gallant/biology/mitosis_phases.jpg 

 

  • This image shows the different stages of mitosis, it's useful because it accurately shows the different stages of mitosis in order, and it is labeled.  

 

     5. http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/cells/plants/images/plantcell.jpg 

 

 

  • The plant cell is a very well known diagram because we learn a lot about the processes that occur in this cell.  I figured that it would be good to list this diagram as a reference because it's labelled and has pretty good illustrations. 

 

 

Videos

 

1. http://www.wiley.com/college/pratt/0471393878/student/animations/citric_acid_cycle/index.html 

 

  • This video depicts the citric acid cycle; its animations, labels, and narration helps you understand how the citric acid cycle works. 

 

     2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hj_WKgnL6MI 

 

  • The process of photosynthesis is described in detail in this video to help you understand step by step the vital properties of photosynthesis. 

 

     3. http://www.science.smith.edu/departments/Biology/Bio231/glycolysis.html 

 

  • This animation highlights the major stages of glycolysis to help you generally understand this important cell process.  

 

     4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Idy2XAlZIVA 

 

  • The electron transport chain is explained in this video, its animations and narrations work together to help you better understand the electron transport chain. 

 

     5.  http://vcell.ndsu.nodak.edu/animations/regulatedtranscription/movie-flash.htm 

 

  • This video shows transcription in DNA. 

 

 

 

 

Comments (1)

Derek Weber said

at 3:14 am on Sep 1, 2010

Erica,

Good research. THe next thing I want you to try is using the plug-in option for video and using tables to organize your images. We can talk this week about that.

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