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Page history last edited by Peter Falk 13 years, 3 months ago

Lab Manual:

Lab 1: The Scientific Process

Lab 2: Measurement

Lab 3: The Molecules of Life

Lab 4: Enzymes

Lab 5: Microscopic Observation of Cells 

Lab: Carbohydrate Catabolism

Lab: Transport

Lab: Cell Division

Lab: Signal Transduction 

Lab: DNA Structure and Replication

Lab: GMOs

Lab: Bacterial Transformation 

Lab: Microbiology Case Study 

Student Blog

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

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

Chapter 4 Blog: General Features of Cells (Peter)

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

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

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

Chapter 8 Blog: Photosynthesis (Peter)

Chapter 9 Blog: Cell Communication (Peter)

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

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

Chapter 13 Blog: Gene Regulation (Peter)

Chapter 14 Blog: Mutation, DNA Repair and Cancer (Peter)

Chapter 15 Blog:  Cell Division

Chapter 16: Simple Patterns of Inheritance

Chapter 18 Blog: Viruses 

Chapter 20 Blog: Genetic Technology

Chapter 21 Blog: Genomes, Proteomes and Bioinformatics 

 

 

Grading Sheet for the Blog Project

 

Independent Presentation:

 

23.1: Feature Investigation: The Grants Have Observed Natural Selection in Galapagos Finches

 

Section I: Personal Bio and Material

 

Hey there my name is Peter Falk, I am 16 years old and I currently live in Franklin Township, NJ (born in West Palm Beach, FLA though). In my free time, I enjoy long walks on the beach, candle-lit dinners and watching the sunset from a picturesque grassy knoll. Also, I am a big movie and TV buff, and some of my favorites include Pulp Fiction, Fight Club, Reservoir Dogs, The Mole, Arrested Development, Weeds, Freaks and Geeks, Dexter, and It's always Sunny in Philadelphia. In my free time, I also enjoy reading, listening to music, hanging out with friends and practicing bass guitar.  A few of the extra-curricular activities I am really passionate about are Quiz Bowl and Model United Nations. If everything goes according to plan, I will be playing Bass Guitar for Cosmic Wolves at the Super Bowl halftime show. However, if that doesn't work out I plan to get a bachelors in business/economics/political science, and then get a law degree which I will use in my career as a sports agent. If possible, I would like to spend a year abroad, or go to a foreign university (i.e. London School of Economics).

 

  My Band 

 

Section II:  Interesting/Useful Scientific Material

 

Videos:

Dont ever do meth... ever http://sciencehack.com/videos/view/at3Sg6qvgTE

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Basic overview of the structure of DNA. You should know most of this already, but its good to refresh 

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These bandages seem incredibly useful

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3-D Microscope :O http://sciencehack.com/videos/view/fNVF5TEW8dI

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Awesome helicopter that can sense its surroundings:

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Links:

Medical Marijuana IS useful http://www.sciencenews.org/view/feature/id/59872/title/Not_just_a_high

 

Christmas trees turned into Tamiflu. Cool. http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/62796/title/Evergreen_source_of_Tamiflu

 

Bedbugs: A menace to society http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=what-are-bedbugs-are-they

 

Monkeypox wreaking havoc http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=pox-swap-30-years-after-small-pox-monkey-pox-on-the-rise

 

Black Holes: An overview http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/space/universe/black-holes-article/

Pictures:

New planets (An Artists Rendering)

 

 

Cave that was the sight of a ceremonial feast 12,000 years ago 

 

Endeavor Shuttle Launch photo

 

 

Bio luminescent organisms found in Japan 

 

Awesome volcano

Comments (3)

Derek Weber said

at 3:51 am on Sep 1, 2010

Peter, let's talk about how to embed the images and video directly into your page.

Peter Falk said

at 5:46 am on Sep 1, 2010

Hey Dr. Weber. I figured out how to embed video, still haven't figured out the pictures yet. How do you embed pictures?

Peter Falk said

at 10:10 am on Sep 1, 2010

Never-mind, I figured it out.

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