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Chapters 13-17

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MONDAY 1/8 TUESDAY 1/9 WEDNESDAY 1/10 THURSDAY 1/11 FRIDAY 1/12
      SEMESTER TEST-4th Hr
See test results

HW:
Start reading Chapter 13;
WATCH these 3 videos to refresh your "Bio Brain" and take notes in your BILL by THURSDAY 1/18
Bozeman DNA & RNA part 1
Bozeman DNA & RNA part 2
Bozeman DNA Replication
SEMESTER TEST-5th Hr
See test results

HW:
Start reading Chapter 13;
WATCH these 3 videos to refresh your "Bio Brain" and take notes in your BILL by THURSDAY 1/18
Bozeman DNA & RNA part 1
Bozeman DNA & RNA part 2
Bozeman DNA Replication
MONDAY 1/15 TUESDAY 2/16 WEDNESDAY 2/17 THURSDAY 2/18 FRIDAY 1/19
MLK DAY
NO SCHOOL
TEST STRATEGIES/FRQ's

HW:
Start reading Chapter 13;
WATCH these 3 videos to refresh your "Bio Brain" and take notes in your BILL by THURSDAY 1/18
Bozeman DNA & RNA part 1
Bozeman DNA & RNA part 2
Bozeman DNA Replication

Cut out prep

HW:
Start reading Chapter 13;
WATCH these 3 videos to refresh your "Bio Brain" and take notes in your BILL by THURSDAY 1/18
Bozeman DNA & RNA part 1
Bozeman DNA & RNA part 2
Bozeman DNA Replication
DNA Cut & paste
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-Leading strand  3.A.1.b.
Ligase
Topoisomerase
Replication

ST. OLAF animations
DNA replication

HW:
Start reading Chapter 13;
WATCH these 3 videos to refresh your "Bio Brain" and take notes in your BILL by TODAY
Bozeman DNA & RNA part 1
Bozeman DNA & RNA part 2
Bozeman DNA Replication
DNA Cut & paste
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-lagging strand LO. 3.3; 3A.1.a.5; 3.A.1.b.1;

Ligase
Topoisomerase
Replication

ST. OLAF animations
DNA replication


HW:
BILL DNA replication ?'s due TUES 1/23
MONDAY 1/22 TUESDAY 1/23 WEDNESDAY 1/24 THURSDAY 1/25 FRIDAY 1/26



DNA THEATER
TRANSCRIPTION
& mRNA PROCESSING
3.A.1.b.4; 3.A.1.c; LO 3.4

Genes to protein slide show

Eukaryotic transcription
Lactose persistance

Translation modeling

HW:
1. BILL- DNA replication ?'s due TOMORROW
2. BILL-Alternative gene splicing due WED
3.Take Google docs quiz 1 by THURS
4.Download DNA people slide show, watch video then take the Google docs quiz 2 by  TUES
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2
BILL DNA replication ?'s due

TRANSLATION THEATER
ST. OLAF animations
-transcription
-translation
3.A.1.b.4; 3.A.1.c; LO 3.4


What's a pirate's favorite Amino acid?

HW:
1. BILL-Alternative gene splicing due TOMORROW
2.Take Google docs quiz 1 by TUES
 
DNA  to RNA to protein Puzzle Modified from Tom Mueller due FRI
3. Download DNA people slide show, watch video then take the Google docs quiz 2 by TUES
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2

BILL-Alternative gene splicing due  3.A.1.c.2

KNOW YOUR MOLECULES
Desktop activity
ORGANIZER
3.A.1.5.


HW:
1.Take DNA Google docs quiz 1 by TOMORROW
2. DNA  to RNA to protein Puzzle due FRI
Modified from Tom Mueller
3. Download DNA people slide show, watch  video then take the Google docs quiz 2 by  TUES
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2







LUNCH HELP- TEST CORRECTIONS

TAKE DNA GOOGLE DOCS
QUIZ 1 by TODAY

TATA boxes

STRUCTURE/FUNCTION

HW:
1. DNA  to RNA to protein Puzzle due TOMORROW
Modified from Tom Mueller
3. Download DNA people slide show, watch video then take the Google docs quiz 2 by TUES
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2.
DNA to RNA to protein Puzzle due TODAY
From Tom Mueller

STRUCTURE/FUNCTION
White boards

HW:
1. Download DNA people slide show, watch video then take the Google docs quiz2  by TUES
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2.
MONDAY 1/29 TUESDAY 1/30 WEDNESDAY 1/31 THURSDAY 2/1 FRIDAY 2/2
Linus Pauling's Birthday
FEB 28, 1901
Who is Linus Pauling?

OPERONS
Operon ?'s

Pool Noodle Operons
From Kristin Dotti
CATALYST LEARNING CURRICULUM
LO 3.21 & 3.23


McGraw Hill
Tryptophan Repressor
Lac Operon
Lac operon induction
Lactose persistance

Virtual Lac Operon

White board operons
From Jennifer Forsyth
3.B.1 a; 3.B.1.b.; LO 3.23 [SP1.4]

HW: See TO DO LIST
1. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and Watch Part 1 video  AND TAKE Google Docs Quiz by WEDNESDAY
3. OPERON ?'s due TUE
4. Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs quiz by FRIDAY
Download DNA people slide show, Watch the video then take the Google docs quiz 2 by TODAY3.A.1.a.4.

OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS
OPERON ?'s due TUES 2/6

PBS RNAi video
3.A.1.c. & LO 3.4


HW: TO DO LIST
1. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and WATCH Part 1 AND take Google docs quiz by THURS
2.Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs quiz by FRIDAY
 
NOVA Epigenetics
TED-Epigenetics


Lick your rat

Dutch Hunger Winter

Epigenetics & Father's diet

Sheep help scientists study Huntington's

Epigenetic tags on sperm & obesity

Epigenetic changes & autism

Epigenetics, Autism, & Twins


HW: TO DO LIST
1. BILL-Methyl groups due WED
3. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2  and Part 3 then take the Google docs quiz  by FRIDAY


Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and  WATCH  Part 1  AND TAKE the Google docs quiz by TODAY

Kuru

Prions

PREE-ONS ? or PRY-ONS ?

"Catch up" day
Work on Operon ?Transcription/Translation Venn,
BILL-Methyl groups


HW: TO DO LIST
1  Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs Google Docs quiz by TOMORROW
2. Transcription/Translation Venn
due MON
Operon ? due TUES
BILL-Methyl groups due
 WED



Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google Docs Quiz by TODAY

PLASMID ACTIVITY
Plasmid ?'s
3.A.1.e & f

Recombinant plasmid cut & paste from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA

Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial:


 
HW:TO DO LIST
1. Recombinant plasmid ?'s due MONDAY

2. Online Textbook-Complete INVESTIGATION: How can gel electrophoresis be used to analyze DNA? by TUES

3. RFLP ?'s DUE WED
MONDAY 2/5 TUESDAY 2/6 WEDNESDAY 2/7 THURSDAY  2/8 FRIDAY 2/9
Transcription/translation VENN due

DESKTOP RFLP ANALYSIS

DESKTOP RFLP ANALYSIS ?'s
3.A.1.e; SP 6.1 & 6.2

HW:TO DO LIST
1.Preview Labs at LabBench
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s before THURS
OPERON packet DUE

SUB HERE
CHANGE OF PLANS! You really need to understand the 2 labs you will do on LAB DAY so we are going to concentrate on doing the preview today and skip doing GEL #2 since you already saw how Gel #1 worked.

1. Make this correction for Gel #1 in your packet

2. Use LAB BENCH site to preview labs for LAB DAY next week
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation TAKE NOTES IN YOUR BILLand complete the
Prelab ?'s before THURS
BILL-Methyl groups due


Know your molecules #2

organizer #2

HW:  
See To DO LIST

Preview Labs at LabBench
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s  before TOMORROW

Preview 2 Labs at LabBench
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s due TODAY

Small interfering RNA's (siRNA)
2.E.1.b.5

Bozeman-DNA experiments

Griffith experiment
Avery, et.al video

Avery experiment opener
3.A.1.a.4

Paternity Problems  due tomorrow
Modified from Access Excellence

Draw a Plasmid/DNA

HW: RECOMBINANT PLASMID
?'s DUE TOMORROW

RECOMBINANT PLASMID
?'s DUE

Practice with micropipetters

Mutations    BILL notes
BILL-mutation compare
3.C.1.a.1; 3.C.1.c.1; 3.A.1.c.2

McGraw Hill videos
Deletion & insertion frameshifts
Substitutions


Bozeman-Mutations

Pearson:
deletions & duplications

inversions & translocations

 

Where do new genes come from

 
HW: Desktop RFLPAnalysis ? due MON

MONDAY  2/12 TUESDAY 2/13 WEDNESDAY 2/14 THURSDAY 2/15 FRIDAY 2/16
DESKTOP RFLP ?'s due

AP BIO LAB DAY

pGLO transformation
pGLO LAB
Student handout
Lab ?'s
Niemann Pick RFLP
SANFORD Niemann-Pick PCR & DNA analysis LAB
Student handout
Niemann-Pick Lab ?'s

DNA gel electrophoresis
RFLP's

DNAi-PCR video
Cellular Respiration
Respiration lab
Lab ?'s
CLASS DATA

Bozeman video LAB 6: Bacterial Transformation & DNA FINGERPRINTING LAB

We are the World (watch this before the PCR song)

BIORAD Scientists for Better PCR

PCR

Restriction endonucleases
Recombinant Plasmids
Sequencing DNA
DNA fingerprinting
NOVA-Sam Sheppard/DNA
McGraw-Hill PCR video

GTCA with subtitles
GFP cartoon
HW: Finish pGLO packet ?'s up to DAY 2 before WED

LAB DAY
PART DEUX

AP BIO STUDENTS NOT HAVING LAB DAY

REVIEW FOR TEST TUES
2017 Card REVIEW
Check answers

Kahoot

Review over DNA, RNA, proteins, viruses, bacteria, DNA technology


REVIEW- Clickers-DNA Technology

DNA  clickers


HW: Finish pGLO packet ?'s up to DAY 2 before TOMORROW
LAB Wrap up

Check transformation plates

Class time to work on finishing labs

HW: Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for  Niemann-Pick


GLO transformation lab ?'s due TOMORROW





pGLO LAB PACKET DUE

Niemann Pick LAB PACKET DUE

GMO's

GMO Pros/Cons

Scishow GMOs

StarTalk/Neil Degrasse Tyson-GMO's

GMO's- Good or Bad

PROS:
Nebraska Corn Board
Eye on Nye-GMO
GMO's

CONS:
Are GMO's Bad for our Health?
Viral replication


HW: Study for TEST
TUES
NO SCHOOL



HW: Study for TEST
TUES
MONDAY 2/19 TUESDAY 2/20 WEDNESDAY 2/21 THURSDAY 2/22 FRIDAY 2/23

NO SCHOOL

2 HR LATE START

MC TEST
Chapter 13-17
DNA structure, Replication, Transcription, Translation, Bacteria, Viruses,
DNA Technology

HW:
1. Watch "Draw Photosynthesis" video and fill in your DIAGRAM  showing the steps by FRIDAY

Finish MC test today


HW:
1. Watch "Draw Photosynthesis" video and fill in your DIAGRAM  showing the steps by FRIDAY


2 Start "Reading for understanding" Chapters 8, 9, 10
3. REVIEW your "BIO" brain for Chap 8 & 9

WRITE FRQs in class from LIST
I CHOOSE

1. Watch "Draw Photosynthesis" video and fill in your DIAGRAM  showing the steps by FRIDAY


2 Start "Reading for understanding" Chapters 8, 9, 10
3. REVIEW your "BIO" brain for Chap 8 & 9
4. BILL  Draw Chloroplast DUE MON

Watch "Draw Photosynthesis" video and fill in your DIAGRAM  showing the steps by TODAY





HW: BILL Draw Chloroplast DUE MON
MONDAY 2/24 TUESDAY 2/25 WEDNESDAY 2/26 THURSDAY 2/27 FRIDAY 2/28






  ALL lab packets from Lab Day due


 


MONDAY 4/3 TUESDAY 4/4 WEDNESDAY 3/5 THURSDAY 3/6 FRIDAY 3/7

IN CLASS ESSAYS
I pick from

 
EVOLUTION TO DO LIST

Make DNA Test corrections by 3:30 TODAY
HW:


B
acteria, viruses, prions
Kuru
Prions in the news

Prions video
NOVA-Brain eaters/Prions
CJD
t
type with me trial link

Ghost in Your Genes-video
PBS short version


Biotechnology

xmas 

Slide shows

POWERPOINT version

DOWNLOAD POWERPOINT
VIEWER
HERE

DNA people
Watch the DNA people  video
then take the Google docs quiz

Chapter 13-DNA Notes
Slide show from Explore Biology by Kim B. Foglia (modified)

Chapter 14-Genes to polypeptides Notes
Slide show from Explore Biology by Kim B. Foglia (modified)

Watch all 3 of these videos then take Google docs quiz
Video part1-transcription Video Part 2
-Translation Video Part 3-prokarotes/eukaryotes

MODELING OPERONS

Chapter 17 Gene Regulation Notes
Slide shows from Explore Biology by Kim B. Foglia (modified)

Chap 17 Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology Notes
Slide shows from Explore Biology by Kim B. Foglia (modified)
Watch the Viruses, bacteria, and prions Part 1 then take the Google docs quiz
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2  and Part 3 then take the Google docs quiz

Handouts

TEACHER LINKS:
BIOLOGY THEATER
Act out RNA processing,
transcription, translation

DNA Replication
Modified from Kim Foglia Activity
DNA Cut & paste     Cutouts
BILL-replication ?'s


GFP virtual transformation lab

White board operons
activity by Jennifer Forsythe

VIDEOS
We are the World
(watch this before the PCR song)
Scientists for better PCR-BIORAD
GTCA video
GTCA with subtitles
DNA electrophoresis
RFLP's
Restriction endonucleases
Recombinant Plasmids

PBS RNAi video

CRISPR video

 

Snurp splicing

Antibiotic resistance selection

MCGraw Hill videos
- How Translation works
- The Tryptophan Repressor
- Combination of Switches - the Lac Operon
- Control of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes
- Transcription Complex and Enhancers
-Hershey and Chase Experiment
-Meselson and Stahl Experiment

-Transduction
-Conjugation
-Transformation

-Transposons

- Griffith experiment
- Avery, McCarty, MacLeod experiment

Sumanas
DNA Chip technology

Eukaryotic gene regulation

Transcription/translation
Transcription
Translation

Meselson-Stahl color it

Plasmid essay
VOCAB

Learning objectives

WHAT TO KNOW:
DNA people
DNA
Gene to protein
Gene Regulation
Bacteria, viruses, prions
DNA Technology

KNOW YOUR MOLECULES       ORGANIZER 

KNOW YOUR MOLECULES #2 WITH BARCODES      ORGANIZER 

Recombinant Plasmid Activity

Beta-Globin gene Activity
From: 3D molecular Designs
Student Handout Questions
From: Holtzclaw & Holtzclaw Cherry Creek SI 2012

Genetic code decoder
Be a DNA scientist
Know your molecules desktop activity
Know your molecules organizer
Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn
Know your molecules #2
Know your molecules #2 organizer

DNA fingerprinting modified from Jim Buckley

Reading guide ?'s modified from Lynn Miriello
Chapter 16 Reading guide ?'s
Chapter 17 Reading guide ?'s

Who is Linus Pauling?

Mr. Knight
Operon notes
Genetic variation
Chromatin structure
Biotechnology applications
Genetic basis of development


DNA to RNA to protein Puzzle
Modified from
Tom Mueller


Transcription Translation worksheet

from Tamara Pennington

Who Ate the Cheese? Activity
Gel pattern

BILL Trade and Grade
Compare mutations

DNA polyemrase rules & telomeres
Draw plasmid
Cloning human genes
Who's the Daddy opener

FUNNIES
What's a pirate's favorite Amino acid?

LIGASE cartoon

HOW DO YOU SAY IT?
prion
endonuclease
bacteriophage     bacteriophage
ligase
synthetase

Bozeman Biology Videos RNA Kill switches for cancer
DNA & RNA Video Essentials DNA Part 2 Transcription Translation
4/7/12
What is DNA? DNA Fingerprinting
5/11/12
Viral Replication Secret of Life  
Central Dogma
Transcription Translation
Gene Regulation Replication
4/7/12
Molecular Biology
4/30/12
Topoisomerase Topoisomerase Meselson-Stahl
Experiment

5/11/12
 
Mutations
5/9/12
New Labs 8 & 9
(Old Lab 6)
Lab 6 Cellular Respiration          
YOU TUBE VIDEOS  
We are the World
Watch 1st

Scientists for Better PCR

BioRad-PCR
(with subtitles)
Bio Rad- GTCA
(with subtitles)


Biology Despacito
CRASH COURSE
DNA
Astonishing Molecular Machines Central Dogma Song Mr. Hsu DNA Replication
Song

ABC News-Age reversal in mice

Colbert Report-Ronald DePinho


Blame it on the DNA
I'll make a Protein Out of You
Translation GIF DNAtube
DNA Replication
Telomerase Replication
Translation

Chromosome #2
Nova: Cracking the code of life

PHYLO
NPR story
NOVA RNAi Catalase Floating Disc Lab TED TALKS RNAi HHMI-Telomeres What is a GM food?
Crash Course- Extreme Genetic Engineering CRISPR-TED talks

National Geographic-CRISPR
It's OK to be SMART
DNA
         

Davud Knuffke's Prezis

Molecular Genetics 1
- DNA Introduction
Molecular Genetics 2
- Central Dogma
Molecular Genetcis 3-
Regulation of Gene Expression
Molecular Genetics 4
- Viruses
Molecular Genetics 5- Biotechnology



Review games & Tutorials
Review What you should already know?
(Old BIO I & II slideshows/review games)

ONLINE QUIZZES/ACTIVITIES

Chapters 13-17

Review over DNA, RNA, proteins, viruses, bacteria, DNA technology

KAHOOT
DNA

Interactive Crosswords

Chapter 16-DNA
Chapter 17-From Gene to Protein

Central Dogma tutorial
DNA Replication Wiley

Protein synthesis race
DNA structure and replication quiz

DNA replication game

Virtual gel electrophoresis

BIOLOGY CORNER
DNA Quiz 1
DNA Quiz 2
DNA Quiz 3 
DNA Quiz   4
DNA Quiz 5 
DNA Quiz 6

Mrs. Muskopf-DNA Technology
Viruses
Chromosomes & Karyotypes

QUIA GAMES
Protein synthesis-Rags to riches
Biotechnology
DNA DNA DNA
DNA structure and function
Gene regulation and translation
DNA RNA battleship
Nucleic acid games

Learn genetics- Transcribe & Translate a gene

Genetic code game
Build a DNA

Science Geek

DNA: Structure and Function
RNA: Structure and Transcription
Translation: Protein Synthesis
Unit 5 Storyboard: From DNA to Protein
Unit 5 Test Review
Transcription/Translation game


Sequencing DNA for yourself
QUIA Replication of DNA-Battleship game
Protein synthesis interactive
DNA Interactive
Transcription Game
Sequence for yourself






DNA Sequencing Wiley
Tutorial with ?'s
BIOCOACH

Restriction enzymes
Lac Operon in E.coli

NOVA-Create a DNA fingerprint

RNA WORLD
Origins

TELOMERES
Biointeractive- Telomeres
ABC News-Telomeres & Age reversal in mice
Colbert Report-Ronald DePinho

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

What to Know DNA What to Know Gene to Protein What to Know Gene Regulation What to Know DNA Technology

2020 NEW CED

UNIT 1 Chemistry of Life
ENDURING UNDERSTANDING
SYI-1 Living systems are organized in a hierarchy of structural levels that interact
 
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE SYI-1.A.1 The subcomponents of biological molecules and their sequence determine the properties of that molecule.
TOPIC 1.2 Elements of Life
ENDURING UNDERSTANDING ENE-1 The highly complex organization of living systems requires constant input of energy and the exchange of macromolecules
LEARNING OBJECTIVE
ENE-1.A Describe the composition of macromolecules required by living organisms.
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
ENE-1.A.1 Organisms must exchange matter with the environment to grow, reproduce, and maintain organization.
ENE-1.A.2 Atoms and molecules from the environment are necessary to build new molecules—
a. Carbon is used to build biological molecules such as carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. Carbon is used in storage compounds and cell formation in all organisms.
b. Nitrogen is used to build proteins and nucleic acids. Phosphorus is used to build nucleic acids and certain lipids.
TOPIC 1.3 Introduction to Biological Macromolecules
ENDURING UNDERSTANDING
SYI-1 Living systems are organized in a hierarchy of structural levels that interact
LEARNING OBJECTIVE
SYI-1.B Describe the properties of the monomers and the type of bonds that connect the monomers in biological macromolecules.
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
SYI-1.B.1 Hydrolysis and dehydration synthesis are used to cleave and form covalent bonds between monomers.
X EXCLUSION STATEMENT—The molecular structure of specific nucleotides and amino acids is beyond the scope of the AP Exam. X EXCLUSION STATEMENT—The molecular structure of specific carbohydrate polymers is beyond the scope of the AP Exam.
TOPIC 1.4 Properties of Biological Macromolecules
LEARNING OBJECTIVE
SYI-1.B Describe the properties of the monomers and the type of bonds that connect the monomers in biological macromolecules.
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
SYI-1.B.2 Structure and function of polymers are derived from the way their monomers are assembled—
a. In nucleic acids, biological information is encoded in sequences of nucleotide monomers. Each nucleotide has structural components: a five-carbon sugar (deoxyribose or ribose), a phosphate, and a nitrogen base (adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine, or uracil). DNA and RNA differ in structure and function
TOPIC 1.5 Structure and Function of Biological Macromolecules
ENDURING UNDERSTANDING
SYI-1 Living systems are organized in a hierarchy of structural levels that interact.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE
SYI-1.C Explain how a change in the subunits of a polymer may lead to changes in structure or function of the macromolecule
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
SYI-1.C.1 Directionality of the subcomponents influences structure and function of the polymer—
a. Nucleic acids have a linear sequence of nucleotides that have ends, defined by the 3’ hydroxyl and 5’ phosphates of the sugar in the nucleotide. During DNA and RNA synthesis, nucleotides are added to the 3’ end of the growing strand, resulting in the formation of a covalent bond between nucleotides. b. DNA is structured as an antiparallel double helix, with each strand running in opposite 5’ to 3’ orientation. Adenine nucleotides pair with thymine nucleotides via two hydrogen bonds. Cytosine nucleotides pair with guanine nucleotides by three hydrogen bonds.
TOPIC 1.6 Nucleic Acids
ENDURING UNDERSTANDING IST-1 Heritable information provides for continuity of life.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE
IST-1.A Describe the structural similarities and differences between DNA and RNA.
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
IST-1.A.1 DNA and RNA molecules have structural similarities and differences related to their function—
a. Both DNA and RNA have three components—sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogenous base—that form nucleotide units that are connected by covalent bonds to form a linear molecule with 5’ and 3’ ends, with the nitrogenous bases perpendicular to the sugar-phosphate backbone.
b. The basic structural differences between DNA and RNA include the following:
i. DNA contains deoxyribose and RNA contains ribose.
ii. RNA contains uracil and DNA contains thymine.
iii. DNA is usually double stranded; RNA is usually single stranded.
iv. The two DNA strands in double-stranded DNA are antiparallel in directionality.
   

   

UNIT 6 Gene Expression and Regulation
TOPIC 6.1 DNA and RNA Structure
ENDURING UNDERSTANDING
IST-1 Heritable information provides for continuity of life.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE
IST-1.K Describe the structures involved in passing hereditary information from one generation to the next.
IST-1.K.1 DNA, and in some cases RNA, is the primary source of heritable information.

IST-1.K.2 Genetic information is transmitted from one generation to the next through DNA or RNA—
a. Genetic information is stored in and passed to subsequent generations through DNA molecules and, in some cases, RNA molecules.
b. Prokaryotic organisms typically have circular chromosomes, while eukaryotic organisms typically have multiple linear chromosomes.

IST-1.K.3 Prokaryotes and eukaryotes can contain plasmids, which are small extra-chromosomal, double-stranded, circular DNA molecules.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE
IST-1.L Describe the characteristics of DNA that allow it to be used as the hereditary material.
IST-1.L.1 DNA, and sometimes RNA, exhibits specific nucleotide base pairing that is conserved through evolution: adenine pairs with thymine or uracil (A-T or A-U) and cytosine pairs with guanine (C-G)—
a. Purines (G and A) have a double ring structure.
b. Pyrimidines (C, T, and U) have a single ring structure
TOPIC 6.2 Replication
ENDURING UNDERSTANDING
IST-1 Heritable information provides for continuity of life

LEARNING OBJECTIVE 
IST-1.M Describe the mechanisms by which genetic information is copied for transmission between generations.

IST 1.M.1 DNA replication ensures continuity of hereditary information—
   a. DNA is synthesized in the 5’ to 3’ direction.
   b. Replication is a semiconservative process—that is, one strand of DNA serves as the
       template for a new strand of complementary DNA.
   c. Helicase unwinds the DNA strands.
   d. Topoisomerase relaxes supercoiling in front of the replication fork.
   e. DNA polymerase requires RNA primers to initiate DNA synthesis.
   f. DNA polymerase synthesizes new strands of DNA continuously on the leading strand
       and discontinuously on the lagging strand.
g. Ligase joins the fragments on the lagging strand.

X EXCLUSION STATEMENT—The names of the steps and particular enzymes involved—beyond DNA polymerase, ligase, RNA polymerase, helicase, and topoisomerase—are beyond the scope of the course and the AP Exam.

IST 1.N Describe the mechanisms by which genetic information flows from DNA to RNA to protein

 

 

 

 

 

1.N.1 The sequence of the RNA bases, together with the structure of the RNA molecule, determines RNA function—
    a. mRNA molecules carry information from DNA to the ribosome.
    b. Distinct tRNA molecules bind specific amino acids and have anti-codon sequences  
        that base pair with the mRNA. tRNA is recruited to the ribosome during translation
        to generate the primary peptide sequence based on the mRNA sequence.
     c. rRNA molecules are functional building blocks of ribosomes.

IST 1.N.2 Genetic information flows from a sequence of nucleotides in DNA to a sequence of bases in an mRNA molecule to a sequence of amino acids in a protein.

1.N.3 RNA polymerases use a single template strand of DNA to direct the inclusion of bases in the newly formed RNA molecule. This process is known as transcription.

IST 1.N.4 The DNA strand acting as the template strand is also referred to as the noncoding strand, minus strand, or antisense strand. Selection of which DNA strand serves as the template strand depends on the gene being transcribed.

IST 1.N.5 The enzyme RNA polymerase synthesizes mRNA molecules in the 5’ to 3’ direction by reading the template DNA strand in the 3’ to 5’ direction.

IST 1.N.6 In eukaryotic cells the mRNA transcript undergoes a series of enzyme-regulated modifications—
a. Addition of a poly-A tail.
b. Addition of a GTP cap.
c. Excision of introns and splicing and retention of exons.
d. Excision of introns and splicing and retention of exons can generate different versions of the resulting mRNA molecule; this is known as alternative splicing

IST 1.O Describe how the phenotype of an organism is determined by its genotype

IST 1.O.1 Translation of the mRNA to generate a polypeptide occurs on ribosomes that are present in the cytoplasm of both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and on the rough endoplasmic reticulum of eukaryotic cells.

IST 1.O 1 In prokaryotic organisms, translation of the mRNA molecule occurs while it is being transcribed.

IST 1.O.3 Translation involves energy and many sequential steps, including initiation, elongation,and termination. 

IST 1.O. 4 The salient features of translation include—
a. Translation is initiated when the rRNA in the ribosome interacts with the mRNA at the start
codon.
b. The sequence of nucleotides on the mRNA is read in triplets called codons.
c. Each codon encodes a specific amino acid, which can be deduced by using a genetic code chart. Many amino acids are encoded by more than one codon.
d. Nearly all living organisms use the same genetic code, which is evidence for the common ancestry of all living organisms.
e. tRNA brings the correct amino acid to the correct place specified by the codon on the mRNA.
f. The amino acid is transferred to the growing polypeptide chain.
g. The process continues along the mRNA until a stop codon is reached.
h. The process terminates by release of the newly synthesized polypeptide/protein.

IST 1.O.5 Genetic information in retroviruses is a special case and has an alternate flow of information: from RNA to DNA, made possible by reverse transcriptase, an enzyme that copies the viral RNA genome into DNA. This DNA integrates into the host genome and becomes transcribed and translated for the assembly of new viral progeny.

IST 2.A Describe the types of interactions that regulate gene expression

IST 2.A.1 Regulatory sequences are stretches of DNA that interact with regulatory proteins to control transcription

IST 2.A.2 Epigenetic changes can affect gene expression through reversible modifications of DNA or histones.

IST 2.A.3 The phenotype of a cell or organism is determined by the combination of genes that are expressed and the levels at which they are expressed—
   a. Observable cell differentiation results from the expression of genes for tissue specific proteins.
    b. Induction of transcription factors during development results in sequential gene expression.

IST 2.B Explain how the location of regulatory sequences relates to their function.

IST 2.B.1 Both prokaryotes and eukaryotes have groups of genes that are coordinately regulated—
    a. In prokaryotes, groups of genes called operons are transcribed in a single mRNA  molecule.  The lac operon is an example of an inducible system.
    b. In eukaryotes, groups of genes may be influenced by the same transcription factors to  coordinately regulate expression.

IST 2 C Explain how the binding of transcription factors to promoter regions affects gene expression and/or the phenotype of the organism.

IST 2.C.1 Promoters are DNA sequences upstream of the transcription start site where RNA polymerase and transcription factors bind to initiate transcription.

IST 2.C.2 Negative regulatory molecules inhibit gene expression by binding to DNA and blocking transcription.

IST 2.D Explain the connection between the regulation of gene expression and phenotypic differences in cells and organisms.

IST 2.D.1 Gene regulation results in differential gene expression and influences cell products and function

IST 2.D.2Certain small RNA molecules have roles in regulating gene expression.

IST 2.E Describe the various types of mutation

IST 2.E.1 Changes in genotype can result in changes in phenotype—
a. The function and amount of gene products determine the phenotype of organisms.
i. The normal function of the genes and gene products collectively comprises the normal function of organisms.
ii. Disruptions in genes and gene products cause new phenotypes.

IST 2.E.2 Alterations in a DNA sequence can lead to changes in the type or amount of the protein produced and the consequent phenotype. DNA mutations can be positive, negative, or neutral based on the effect or the lack of effect they have on the resulting nucleic acid or protein and the phenotypes that are conferred by the protein.

IST 4. A xplain how changes in genotype may result in changes in phenotype

IST 4.A.1 Errors in DNA replication or DNA repair mechanisms, and external factors, including radiation and reactive chemicals, can cause random mutations in the DNA—
    a. Whether a mutation is detrimental, beneficial, or neutral depends on the environmental
          context.
     b. Mutations are the primary source of genetic variation.

IST 4.A.2 Errors in mitosis or meiosis can result in changes in phenotype—
a. Changes in chromosome number often result in new phenotypes, including sterility caused by triploidy, and increased vigor of other polyploids.
b. Changes in chromosome number often result in human disorders with developmental limitations, including Down syndrome/ Trisomy 21 and Turner syndrome.

IS 4.B Explain how alterations in DNA sequences contribute to variation that can be subject to natural selection.

IST 4.B.1 Changes in genotype may affect phenotypes that are subject to natural selection. Genetic changes that enhance survival and reproduction can be selected for by environmental conditions—
a.The horizontal acquisitions of genetic information primarily in prokaryotes via transformation (uptake of naked DNSA), transduction (viral transmission of genetic information), conjugation (cell-to-cell transfer of DNA), and transposition (movement of DNA segments within and between DNA molecules) increase variation.
b. Related viruses can combine/recombine genetic information if they infect the same host cell.
c. Reproduction processes that increase genetic variation are evolutionarily conserved and are shared by various organisms.

IST 1. P Explain the use of genetic engineering techniques in analyzing or manipulating DNA.

 

IST 1.P.1 Genetic engineering techniques can be used to analyze and manipulate DNA and RNA—
   a. Electrophoresis separates molecules according to size and charge.
   b. During polymerase chain reaction (PCR), DNA fragments are amplified.
   c. Bacterial transformation introduces DNA into bacterial cells.
   d. DNA sequencing determines the order of nucleotides in a DNA molecule.

 

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Big Idea 2: Biological systems utilize free energy and molecular building blocks to grow, to reproduce and to maintain dynamic homeostasis.

Enduring understanding 2.C: Organisms use feedback mechanisms to regulate growth and reproduction, and to maintain dynamic homeostasis.

Essential knowledge 2.C.1: Organisms use feedback mechanisms to maintain their internal environments and respond to external environmental changes.

a. Negative feedback mechanisms maintain dynamic homeostasis for a particular condition (variable) by regulating physiological processes,
returning the changing condition back to its target setpoint.

To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as:
Operons in gene regulation

Enduring understanding 2.E: Many biological processes involved in growth, reproduction and dynamic homeostasis include temporal regulation and coordination

Essential knowledge 2.E.1: Timing and coordination of specific events are necessary for the normal development of an organism, and
these events are regulated by a variety of mechanisms.

a. Observable cell differentiation results from the expression of genes for tissue-specific proteins.

b. Induction of transcription factors during development results in
sequential gene expression.
Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
1. Homeotic genes are involved in developmental patterns and sequences.

2. Embryonic induction in development results in the correct
timing of events.

3. Temperature and the availability of water determine seed germination in most plants.

4. Genetic mutations can result in abnormal development.

5. Genetic transplantation experiments support the link between g
ene expression and normal development.

6. Genetic regulation by microRNAs plays an important role in the development of organisms and the control of cellular functions.

c. Programmed cell death (apoptosis) plays a role in the normal development and differentiation.
Students should be able to demonstrate understanding of the above concept by using an illustrative example such as:
Morphogenesis of fingers and toes
Immune function
C. elegans development
Flower development
✘✘Names of the specific stages of embryonic development are beyond the scope of the course and the AP Exam.

Learning Objectives:
LO 2.31 The student can connect concepts in and across domains to show that timing and coordination of specific events are necessary for normal development in an organism and that these events are regulated by multiple mechanisms. [See SP 7.2]

LO 2.32 The student is able to use a graph or diagram to analyze situations or solve problems (quantitatively or qualitatively) that involve timing and coordination of events necessary for normal development in an organism. [See SP 1.4]

LO 2.33 The student is able to justify scientific claims with scientific evidence to show that timing and coordination of several events are necessary for normal development in an organism and that these events are regulated by multiple mechanisms. [See SP 6.1]

LO 2.34 The student is able to describe the role of programmed cell death in development and differentiation, the reuse of molecules, and the maintenance of dynamic homeostasis. [See SP 7.1]

Big Idea 3: Living systems store, retrieve, transmit and respond to information essential to life processes.

Enduring understanding 3.A: Heritable information provides for continuity of life.

Essential knowledge 3.A.1: DNA, and in some cases RNA, is the primary source of heritable information.

a. Genetic information is transmitted from one generation to the next through DNA or RNA.
Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
1. Genetic information is stored in and passed to subsequent generations through DNA molecules and, in some cases, RNA molecules.

2. Noneukaryotic organisms have circular chromosomes, while eukaryotic organisms have multiple linear chromosomes, although in
biology there are exceptions to this rule.

3. Prokaryotes, viruses and eukaryotes can contain plasmids, which are small extra-chromosomal, double-stranded circular DNA
molecules.

4. The proof that DNA is the carrier of genetic information involved a number of important historical experiments. These include:
i. Contributions of Watson, Crick, Wilkins, and Franklin on the structure of DNA
ii. Avery-MacLeod-McCarty experiments
iii. Hershey-Chase experiment

5. DNA replication ensures continuity of hereditary information.
i. Replication is a semiconservative process; that is, one strand serves as the template for a new, complementary strand.
ii. Replication requires DNA polymerase plus many other essential cellular enzymes, occurs bidirectionally, and differs in the
production of the leading and lagging strands.

6. Genetic information in retroviruses is a special case and has an alternate flow of information: from RNA to DNA, made possible by
reverse transcriptase, an enzyme that copies the viral RNA genome into DNA. This DNA integrates into the host genome and
becomes transcribed and translated for the assembly of new viral progeny. [See also 3.C.3]

✘✘ The names of the steps and particular enzymes involved, beyond DNA polymerase, ligase, RNA polymerase, helicase and
topoisomerase, are outside the scope of the course for the purposes of the AP Exam.

b. DNA and RNA molecules have structural similarities and differences that define function. [See also 4.A.1]
Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:

1. Both have three components sugar, phosphate and a nitrogenous base which form nucleotide units that are connected by covalent
bonds to form a linear molecule with 3' and 5' ends, with the nitrogenous bases perpendicular to the sugar-phosphate backbone.

2. The basic structural differences include:
i. DNA contains deoxyribose (RNA contains ribose).
ii. RNA contains uracil in lieu of thymine in DNA.
iii. DNA is usually double stranded, RNA is usually single
stranded.
iv. The two DNA strands in double-stranded DNA are antiparallel in directionality.

3. Both DNA and RNA exhibit specific nucleotide base pairing that is conserved through evolution: adenine pairs with thymine or uracil (
A-T or A-U) and cytosine pairs with guanine (C-G).

i. Purines (G and A) have a double ring structure.
ii. Pyrimidines (C, T and U) have a single ring structure.

4. The sequence of the RNA bases, together with the structure of the RNA molecule, determines RNA function.
i. mRNA carries information from the DNA to the ribosome.
ii. tRNA molecules bind specific amino acids and allow information in the mRNA to be translated to a linear peptide sequence.
iii. rRNA molecules are functional building blocks of
ribosomes.
iv. The role of RNAi includes regulation of gene expression at the level of mRNA transcription.

c. Genetic information flows from a sequence of nucleotides in a gene to a sequence of amino acids in a protein.
Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
1. The enzyme RNA-polymerase reads the DNA molecule in the 3' to 5' direction and synthesizes complementary mRNA molecules that
determine the order of amino acids in the polypeptide.

2. In eukaryotic cells the mRNA transcript undergoes a series of enzyme-regulated modifications.
To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as:
Addition of a poly-A tail
Addition of a GTP cap
Excision of introns

3. Translation of the mRNA occurs in the cytoplasm on the ribosome.

4. In prokaryotic organisms, transcription is coupled to translation of the message. Translation involves energy and many steps, including
initiation, elongation and termination.
✘✘ The details and names of the enzymes and factors involved in each of these steps are beyond the scope of the course andthe AP®Exam.
The salient features include:
i. The mRNA interacts with the rRNA of the ribosome to initiate translation at the (start) codon.
ii. The sequence of nucleotides on the mRNA is read in triplets
called codons.
iii. Each codon encodes a specific amino acid, which can be deduced by using a genetic code chart. Many amino acids have more
than one codon.

✘✘ Memorization of the genetic code is beyond the scope of the course and the AP Exam.

iv. tRNA brings the correct amino acid to the correct place on the mRNA.
v. The amino acid is transferred to the growing peptide chain.
vi. The process continues along the mRNA until a "stop" codon is reached.
vii. The process terminates by release of the newly synthesized peptide/protein.
d. Phenotypes are determined through protein activities.
To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as:
Enzymatic reactions
Transport by proteins
Synthesis
Degradation

e. Genetic engineering techniques can manipulate the heritable information of DNA and, in special cases, RNA.
To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as:
Electrophoresis
Plasmid-based transformation
Restriction enzyme analysis of DNA
Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)

f. Illustrative examples of products of genetic engineering include:
Genetically modified foods
Transgenic animals
Cloned animals
Pharmaceuticals, such as human insulin or factor X

Learning Objectives:
LO 3.1 The student is able to construct scientific explanations that use the structures and mechanisms of DNA and RNA to support the claim that DNA and, in some cases, that RNA are the primary sources of heritable information. [See SP 6.5]

LO 3.2 The student is able to justify the selection of data from historical investigations that support the claim that DNA is the source of heritable information. [See SP 4.1]

LO 3.3 The student is able to describe representations and models that illustrate how genetic information is copied for transmission between generations. [See SP 1.2]

LO 3.4 The student is able to describe representations and models illustrating how genetic information is translated into polypeptides. [See SP 1.2]

LO 3.5 The student can justify the claim that humans can manipulate heritable information by identifying at least two commonly used technologies. [See SP 6.4]

LO 3.6 The student can predict how a change in a specific DNA or RNA sequence can result in changes in gene expression. [See SP 6.4]

Enduring understanding 3.B: Expression of genetic information involves cellular and molecular mechanisms.

Essential knowledge 3.B.1: Gene regulation results in differential gene expression, leading to cell specialization.

a. Both DNA regulatory sequences, regulatory genes, and small regulatory RNAs are involved in gene expression.
Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
1. Regulatory sequences are stretches of DNA that interact with regulatory proteins to control transcription.
To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as:
Promoters
Terminators
Enhancers

2. A regulatory gene is a sequence of DNA encoding a regulatory
protein or RNA.

b. Both positive and negative control mechanisms regulate gene expression in bacteria and viruses.
Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
1. The expression of specific genes can be turned on by the presence of an inducer.

2. The expression of specific genes can be inhibited by the presence of a repressor.

3. Inducers and repressors are small molecules that interact with regulatory proteins and/or regulatory sequences.

4. Regulatory proteins inhibit gene expression by binding to DNA and blocking transcription (negative control).

5. Regulatory proteins stimulate gene expression by binding to DNA and stimulating transcription (positive control) or binding to repressors
to inactivate repressor function.

6. Certain genes are continuously expressed; that is, they are always turned "on," e.g., the ribosomal genes.

c. In eukaryotes, gene expression is complex and control involves regulatory genes, regulatory elements and transcription factors that
act in concert.
Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
1. Transcription factors bind to specific DNA sequences and/or other regulatory proteins.

2. Some of these transcription factors are activators (increase expression), while others are repressors (decrease expression).

3. The combination of transcription factors binding to the regulatory regions at any one time determines how much, if any, of the
gene product will be produced.

d. Gene regulation accounts for some of the phenotypic differences between organisms with similar genes.

Learning Objectives:
LO 3.18 The student is able to describe the connection between the regulation of gene expression and observed differences between different kinds of organisms. [See SP 7.1]

LO 3.19 The student is able to describe the connection between the regulation of gene expression and observed differences between individuals in a population. [See SP 7.1]

LO 3.20 The student is able to explain how the regulation of gene expression is essential for the processes and structures that support efficient cell function. [See SP 6.2]

LO 3.21 The student can use representations to describe how gene regulation influences cell products and function. See SP 1.4]


Essential knowledge 3.B.2: A variety of intercellular and intracellular
signal transmissions mediate gene expression.

a. Signal transmission within and between cells mediates gene expression.
To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as:
Cytokines regulate gene expression to allow for cell replication and division.
Mating pheromones in yeast trigger mating gene expression.
Levels of cAMP regulate metabolic gene expression in bacteria.
Expression of the SRY gene triggers the male sexual development pathway in animals.
Ethylene levels cause changes in the production of different enzymes, allowing fruits to ripen.
Seed germination and gibberellin.

b. Signal transmission within and between cells mediates cell function.
To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as:
Mating pheromones in yeast trigger mating genes expression and sexual reproduction.
Morphogens stimulate cell differentiation and development.
Changes in p53 activity can result in cancer.
HOX genes and their role in development.

Learning Objectives:
LO 3.22 The student is able to explain how signal pathways mediate gene expression, including how this process can affect protein production. [See SP 6.2]

LO 3.23 The student can use representations to describe mechanisms of the regulation of gene expression. [See SP 1.4]

Enduring understanding 3.C: The processing of genetic information is imperfect and is a source of genetic variation.

Essential knowledge 3.C.1. Changes in genotype can result in changes in phenotype
a. Alterations in a DNA sequence can lead to changes in the type or amount of the protein produced and the consequent phenotype. [See also 3.A.1]

Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of the following:

1. DNA mutations can be positive, negative or neutral based on the effect or the lack of effect they have on the resulting nucleic acid or protein and the phenotypes that are conferred by the protein.

b. Errors in DNA replication or DNA repair mechanisms, and external factors, including radiation and reactive chemicals, can cause random changes, e.g., mutations in the DNA.
Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of the following:
1. Whether or not a mutation is detrimental, beneficial or neutral depends on the environmental context. Mutations are the primary source of genetic variation.

c. Errors in mitosis or meiosis can result in changes in phenotype. Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
1. Changes in chromosome number often result in new phenotypes, including sterility caused by triploidy and increased vigor of other polyploids. [See also 3.A.2]

2. Changes in chromosome number often result in human disorders with developmental limitations, including Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome) and XO (Turner syndrome). [See also 3.A.2, 3.A.3]

d. Changes in genotype may affect phenotypes that are subject to natural selection. Genetic changes that enhance survival and reproduction can be selected by environmental conditions. [See also 1.A.2, 1.C.3]
To foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as:
•    Antibiotic resistance mutations
•    Pesticide resistance mutations
•    Sickle cell disorder and heterozygote advantage

Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of the following:
1. Selection results in evolutionary change.

 Learning Objectives:

LO 3.24 The student is able to predict how a change in genotype, when expressed as a phenotype, provides a variation that can be subject to natural selection. [See SP 6.4, 7.2]

LO 3.25 The student can create a visual representation to illustrate how changes in a DNA nucleotide sequence can result in a change in the polypeptide produced. [See SP 1.1]

LO 3.26 The student is able to explain the connection between genetic variations in organisms and phenotypic variations in populations. [See SP 7.2]

Essential knowledge 3.C.2: Biological systems have multiple processes that increase genetic variation.  

a. The imperfect nature of DNA replication and repair increases variation.

b. The horizontal acquisitions of genetic information primarily in prokaryotes via transformation (uptake of naked DNA), transduction (viral transmission of genetic information), conjugation (cell-to-cell transfer) and transposition (movement of DNA segments within and between DNA molecules) increase variation. [See also 1.B.3]

✘✘ Details and specifics about the various processes are beyond the scope of the course and the AP Exam.

c. Sexual reproduction in eukaryotes involving gamete formation, including crossing-over during meiosis and the random assortment of chromosomes during meiosis, and fertilization serve to increase variation. Reproduction processes that increase genetic variation are evolutionarily conserved and are shared by various organisms. [See also 1.B.1, 3.A.2, 4.C.2, 4. C3]

✘✘ The details of sexual reproduction cycles in various plants and animals are beyond the scope of the course and the AP Exam. However, the similarities of the processes that provide for genetic variation are relevant and should be the focus of instruction.

Learning Objectives:

LO 3.27 The student is able to compare and contrast processes by which genetic variation is produced and maintained in organisms from multiple domains. [See SP 7.2]

LO 3.28 The student is able to construct an explanation of the multiple processes that increase variation within a population. [See SP 6.2]


Essential knowledge 3.C.3: Viral replication results in genetic variation, and viral infection can introduce genetic variation into the hosts.

a. Viral replication differs from other reproductive strategies and generates genetic variation via various mechanisms. [See also 1.B.3]
Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
1. Viruses have highly efficient replicative capabilities that allow for rapid evolution and acquisition of new phenotypes.

2. Viruses replicate via a component assembly model allowing one virus to produce many progeny simultaneously via the lytic cycle.

3. Virus replication allows for mutations to occur through usual host pathways.

4. RNA viruses lack replication error-checking mechanisms, and thus have higher rates of mutation.

5. Related viruses can combine/recombine information if they infect the same host cell.

6. HIV is a well-studied system where the rapid evolution of a virus within the host contributes to the pathogenicity of viral infection.

b. The reproductive cycles of viruses facilitate transfer of genetic information.
Evidence of student learning is a demonstrated understanding of each of the following:
1. Viruses transmit DNA or RNA when they infect a host cell. [See also 1.B.3]
T
o foster student understanding of this concept, instructors can choose an illustrative example such as:
Transduction in bacteria
Transposons present in incoming DNA

2. Some viruses are able to integrate into the host DNA and establish a latent (lysogenic) infection. These latent viral
genomes can result in new properties for the host such as increased pathogenicity in bacteria.

Learning Objectives:
LO 3.29 The student is able to construct an explanation of how viruses introduce genetic variation in host organisms. [See SP 6.2]

LO 3.30 The student is able to use representations and appropriate models to describe how viral replication introduces genetic variation in the viral population. [See SP 1.4]

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MONDAY 2/13 TUESDAY 2/14 WEDNESDAY 2/15 THURSDAY 2/16 FRIDAY 2/17
    Bozeman DNA Replication

Bozeman DNA & RNA part 1

Bozeman DNA & RNA part 2


Metabolism TEST

HW;
Watch the 3 Bozeman  DNA videos
WATCH Part 1 BY TOMORROW
WATCH Part 2 by TUES and Part 3, by WEDNESDAY


Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS
Ch 13-DNA notes
DNA Cut + Paste Activity
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-leading strand LO. 3.3; 3A.1.a.5; 3.A.1.b.1;

Ligase
Topoisomerase

Replication


HW: SEE TO DO LIST
HW:TO DO LIST
1. Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 and Part 2, and Part 3, by WED



Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS


3. BILL DNA replication ?'s due FRI
MONDAY 2/20 TUESDAY 2/21 WEDNESDAY 2/22 THURSDAY 2/23 FRIDAY 2/24
NO SCHOOL
PRESIDENTS DAY

HW:TO DO LIST
1. Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 2 by tomorrow, and Part 3, by WED
Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS

3. Metabolism
Test corrections due by FRI 3/3
Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 2 by TODAY

Ch 13-DNA notes
DNA Cut + Paste Activity
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-lagging strand 
3.A.1.b.
Ligase
Topoisomerase
Replication


ST. OLAF animations
-DNA replication


HW:
1.Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos  Part 3 by TOMORROW fill in notes in your slide show packet, then takeGoogle docs quiz
by THURS

You should have watched ALL THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 and Part 2, and Part 3, by TODAY

DNA THEATER
TRANSCRIPTION
& mRNA PROCESSING
3.A.1.b.4; 3.A.1.c; LO 3.4
Genes to polypeptides slide show

ST. OLAF animations
-DNA replication

Eukaryotic transcription
Lactose persistance

Translation modeling

HW:
1. Take
Google docs quiz over Chap 14 slide show by TOMORROW

2. BILLL- DNA replication ?'s due FRI
3. BILL-Alternative gene splicing due
TOMORROW
TAKE GOOGLE DOCS QUIZ over Chap 14 slide show by TODAY

TRANSLATION THEATER
ST. OLAF animations

-transcription
-translation

3.A.1.b.4; 3.A.1.c; LO 3.4


What's a pirate's favorite Amino acid?
HW:
1. BILLL- DNA replication ?'s due tomorrow
BILL-Alternative gene splicing due tomorrow

DNA replication ?'s due

BILL-Alternative gene splicing due 
3.A.1.c.2


KNOW YOUR MOLECULES
Desktop activity
ORGANIZER
3.A.1.5.


HW:
1.Download DNA people slide show, watch
video then take the Google docs quiz
by  MONDAY
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2


MONDAY 2/27 TUESDAY 2/28 WEDNESDAY 3/1 THURSDAY 3/2 FRIDAY 3/3


Download DNA people slide show, Watch the video then take the Google docs quiz by TODAY
3.A.1.a.4.


GENE REGULATION

Pool Noodle Operons
From Kristin Dotti
CATALYST LEARNING CURRICULUM
LO 3.21 & 3.23

OPERON ?'s

Virtual Lac Operon
Operons

White board operons
From Jennifer Forsyth
3.B.1 a; 3.B.1.b.; LO 3.23 [SP1.4]

Tryptophan Repressor
Lac Operon



HW: See TO DO LIST
1.
DNA to RNA to protein Practice due TOMORROW From Tom Mueller 
2. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and Watch Part 1 video AND TAKE Google Docs Quiz
by WEDNESDAY
3. OPERON ?'s due THURS

4. Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs quiz by FRIDAY

Linus Pauling's Birthday
FEB 28, 1901
Who is Linus Pauling?

DNA  to RNA to protein Practice due TODAY
From Tom Mueller

OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS


PBS RNAi video

3.A.1.c. & LO 3.4


HW:
1. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and WATCH  Part 1 video  AND take Google docs quiz by
TOMORROW
 2. OPERON ?'s due THURS
3. Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs quiz by FRIDAY
Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and  WATCH  Part 1 video bAND TAKE  the Google docs quiz by TODAY


WATCH Epigenetics video
NOVA Epigenetics video

BILL- Epigenetics DUE MONDAY

BILL-TATA boxes DUE MONDAY

Epigenetics & Father's diet
Sheep help scientists study Huntington's

Epigenetic tags on sperm & obesity

Epigenetic changes & autism

Epigenetics, Autism, & Twins


HW:
1. OPERON ?'s due TOMORROW
3.  Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and w
atch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs quiz by FRIDAY

OPERON ?'s due TODAY

PLASMID ACTIVITY
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste
from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA

Plasmid ?'s


Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial
:


HW:
1
 Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs Google Docs quizz by TOMORROW






Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google Docs Quiz by TODAY

OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS

 
HW:
Recombinant plasmid ?'s due TUESDAY

MONDAY 3/6 TUESDAY 3/7 WEDNESDAY 3/8 THURSDAY  3/9 FRIDAY 3/10
BILL- Epigenetics DUE MONDAY

BILL-TATA boxes DUE MONDAY


NOVA Epigenetics video

Operons Positive control
OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS


Lactose persistance

HW:To DO LIST
1.Recombinant plasmid ?'s due TOMORROW

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s before THURS

RECOMBINANT PLASMID
?'s DUE


Complete I
NVESTIGATION:

DESKTOP RFLP ANALYSIS


HW: RFLPAnalysis ? due TOMORROW

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s before THURS
Metabolism TEST corrections due by 3:30 pm

Know your molecules #2
organizer #2


Kuru


Paternity Problems  due tomorrow
Modified from Access Excellence

HW:  
See To DO LIST

Desktop RFLP ?'s due tomorrow

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s before
TOMORROW
Desktop RFLP ?'s due

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s due TODAY


Avery experiment opener


Mutation comparison due (trade & Grade)

 

8:00 am DEADLINE TO REGISTER & PAY $ FOR AP EXAMS

Practice with micropipetters

Draw a Plasmid/DNA due

 

MONDAY  3/13 TUESDAY 3/14 WEDNESDAY 3/15 THURSDAY 3/16 FRIDAY 3/17
2 Hour
Late Start
AP BIO LAB DAY

DNA gel electrophoresis
RFLP's

SANFORD Niemann-Pick PCR & DNA analysis LAB
Student handout
Niemann-Pick Lab ?'s

Bacterial transformation with pGLO LAB
Student handout
Lab ?'s

Bozeman video LAB 6: Bacterial Transformation & DNA FINGERPRINTING LAB

Respiration lab

Lab ?'s

We are the World (watch this before the PCR song)

BIORAD Scientists for Better PCR


PCR

Restriction endonucleases
Recombinant Plasmids
Sequencing DNA
DNA fingerprinting
NOVA-Sam Sheppard/DNA
McGraw-Hill PCR video
DNAi-PCR video
GTCA with subtitles

GFP cartoon
HW: Finish pGLO packet ?'s up to DAY 2 before tomorrow
LAB Wrap up

Check transformation plates

Run Niemann-Pick
DNA electrophoresis

Class time to work on finishing labs

HW:  pGLO transformation lab ?'s due THURS

HW:
Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for  Niemann-Pick and cellular respiration labs




LAB Wrap up
Standard curves

Class time to work on finishing labs

HW:  pGLO transformation lab ?'s due THURS

HW:
Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for  Niemann-Pick and cellular respiration labs





pGLO LAB PACKET DUE

GMO's

GMO Pros/Cons

Scishow GMOs

PROS:
Nebraska Corn Board

Eye on Nye-GMO
GMO's

CONS:

Are GMO's Bad for our Health?
Viral replication


WRITE FRQ/short answer ?'s in class
Changed to take home due to SNOW DAY!


HW:
HW: Study for TEST
MONDAY
REVIEW FOR TEST MONDAY
(Replication, transcription, translation, bacteria, viruses, DNA Technology)


2017 Card REVIEW
Check answers

Kahoot

Review over DNA, RNA, proteins, viruses, bacteria, DNA technology



Card review- CLICKERS-DNA Technology


DNA  clickers

HW: Study for TEST
MONDAY
MONDAY 3/20 TUESDAY 3/21 WEDNESDAY 3/22 THURSDAY 3/23 FRIDAY 3/24

TEST

Chapter 13-17
DNA structure, Replication, Transcription, Translation, Bacteria, Viruses,


HW:



MONDAY 3/27 TUESDAY 3/28 WEDNESDAY 3/29 THURSDAY 3/30 FRIDAY 3/31

IMMUNE SYSTEM PROJECT DUE





  ALL lab packets from Lab Day due


 


MONDAY 4/3 TUESDAY 4/4 WEDNESDAY 3/5 THURSDAY 3/6 FRIDAY 3/7

IN CLASS ESSAYS
I pick from PAST DNA FRQs

 

  EVOLUTION TO DO LIST


Make DNA Test corrections by 3:30 TODAY
HW:

 

 

 

MONDAY 2/13 TUESDAY 2/14 WEDNESDAY 2/15 THURSDAY 2/16 FRIDAY 2/17
     

Metabolism TEST

HW;
Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos
WATCH Part 1 BY TOMORROW
WATCH Part 2 by TUES and Part 3, by WEDNESDAY


Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS
Ch 13-DNA notes
DNA Cut + Paste Activity
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-leading strand LO. 3.3; 3A.1.a.5; 3.A.1.b.1;

Ligase
Topoisomerase

Replication


HW: SEE TO DO LIST
HW:TO DO LIST
1. Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 and Part 2, and Part 3, by WED



Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS


3. BILL DNA replication ?'s due FRI
MONDAY 2/20 TUESDAY 2/21 WEDNESDAY 2/22 THURSDAY 2/23 FRIDAY 2/24
NO SCHOOL
PRESIDENTS DAY

HW:TO DO LIST
1. Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 2 by tomorrow, and Part 3, by WED
Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS

3. Metabolism
Test corrections due by FRI 3/3
Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 2 by TODAY

Ch 13-DNA notes
DNA Cut + Paste Activity
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-lagging strand 
3.A.1.b.
Ligase
Topoisomerase
Replication


ST. OLAF animations
-DNA replication


HW:
1.Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos  Part 3 by TOMORROW fill in notes in your slide show packet, then takeGoogle docs quiz
by THURS

You should have watched ALL THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 and Part 2, and Part 3, by TODAY

DNA THEATER
TRANSCRIPTION
& mRNA PROCESSING
3.A.1.b.4; 3.A.1.c; LO 3.4
Genes to polypeptides slide show

ST. OLAF animations
-DNA replication

Eukaryotic transcription
Lactose persistance

Translation modeling

HW:
1. Take
Google docs quiz over Chap 14 slide show by TOMORROW

2. BILLL- DNA replication ?'s due FRI
3. BILL-Alternative gene splicing due
TOMORROW
TAKE GOOGLE DOCS QUIZ over Chap 14 slide show by TODAY

TRANSLATION THEATER
ST. OLAF animations

-transcription
-translation

3.A.1.b.4; 3.A.1.c; LO 3.4


What's a pirate's favorite Amino acid?
HW:
1. BILLL- DNA replication ?'s due tomorrow
BILL-Alternative gene splicing due tomorrow

DNA replication ?'s due

BILL-Alternative gene splicing due 
3.A.1.c.2


KNOW YOUR MOLECULES
Desktop activity
ORGANIZER
3.A.1.5.


HW:
1.Download DNA people slide show, watch
video then take the Google docs quiz
by  MONDAY
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2


MONDAY 2/27 TUESDAY 2/28 WEDNESDAY 3/1 THURSDAY 3/2 FRIDAY 3/3


Download DNA people slide show, Watch the video then take the Google docs quiz by TODAY
3.A.1.a.4.


GENE REGULATION

Pool Noodle Operons
From Kristin Dotti
CATALYST LEARNING CURRICULUM
LO 3.21 & 3.23

OPERON ?'s

Virtual Lac Operon
Operons

White board operons
From Jennifer Forsyth
3.B.1 a; 3.B.1.b.; LO 3.23 [SP1.4]

Tryptophan Repressor
Lac Operon



HW: See TO DO LIST
1.
DNA to RNA to protein Practice due TOMORROW From Tom Mueller 
2. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and Watch Part 1 video AND TAKE Google Docs Quiz
by WEDNESDAY
3. OPERON ?'s due THURS

4. Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs quiz by FRIDAY

Linus Pauling's Birthday
FEB 28, 1901
Who is Linus Pauling?

DNA  to RNA to protein Practice due TODAY
From Tom Mueller

OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS


PBS RNAi video

3.A.1.c. & LO 3.4


HW:
1. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and WATCH  Part 1 video  AND take Google docs quiz by
TOMORROW
 2. OPERON ?'s due THURS
3. Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs quiz by FRIDAY
Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and  WATCH  Part 1 video bAND TAKE  the Google docs quiz by TODAY


WATCH Epigenetics video
NOVA Epigenetics video

BILL- Epigenetics DUE MONDAY

BILL-TATA boxes DUE MONDAY

Epigenetics & Father's diet
Sheep help scientists study Huntington's

Epigenetic tags on sperm & obesity

Epigenetic changes & autism

Epigenetics, Autism, & Twins


HW:
1. OPERON ?'s due TOMORROW
3.  Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and w
atch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs quiz by FRIDAY

OPERON ?'s due TODAY

PLASMID ACTIVITY
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste
from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA

Plasmid ?'s


Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial
:


HW:
1
 Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google docs Google Docs quizz by TOMORROW






Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 2 and Part 3 then take the Google Docs Quiz by TODAY

OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS

 
HW:
Recombinant plasmid ?'s due TUESDAY

MONDAY 3/6 TUESDAY 3/7 WEDNESDAY 3/8 THURSDAY  3/9 FRIDAY 3/10
BILL- Epigenetics DUE MONDAY

BILL-TATA boxes DUE MONDAY


NOVA Epigenetics video

Operons Positive control
OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS


Lactose persistance

HW:To DO LIST
1.Recombinant plasmid ?'s due TOMORROW

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s before THURS

RECOMBINANT PLASMID
?'s DUE


Complete I
NVESTIGATION:

DESKTOP RFLP ANALYSIS


HW: RFLPAnalysis ? due TOMORROW

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s before THURS
Metabolism TEST corrections due by 3:30 pm

Know your molecules #2
organizer #2


Kuru


Paternity Problems  due tomorrow
Modified from Access Excellence

HW:  
See To DO LIST

Desktop RFLP ?'s due tomorrow

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s before
TOMORROW
Desktop RFLP ?'s due

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s due TODAY


Avery experiment opener


Mutation comparison due (trade & Grade)

 

8:00 am DEADLINE TO REGISTER & PAY $ FOR AP EXAMS

Practice with micropipetters

Draw a Plasmid/DNA due

 

MONDAY  3/13 TUESDAY 3/14 WEDNESDAY 3/15 THURSDAY 3/16 FRIDAY 3/17
2 Hour
Late Start
AP BIO LAB DAY

DNA gel electrophoresis
RFLP's

SANFORD Niemann-Pick PCR & DNA analysis LAB
Student handout
Niemann-Pick Lab ?'s

Bacterial transformation with pGLO LAB
Student handout
Lab ?'s

Bozeman video LAB 6: Bacterial Transformation & DNA FINGERPRINTING LAB

Respiration lab

Lab ?'s

We are the World (watch this before the PCR song)

BIORAD Scientists for Better PCR


PCR

Restriction endonucleases
Recombinant Plasmids
Sequencing DNA
DNA fingerprinting
NOVA-Sam Sheppard/DNA
McGraw-Hill PCR video
DNAi-PCR video
GTCA with subtitles

GFP cartoon
HW: Finish pGLO packet ?'s up to DAY 2 before tomorrow
LAB Wrap up

Check transformation plates

Run Niemann-Pick
DNA electrophoresis

Class time to work on finishing labs

HW:  pGLO transformation lab ?'s due THURS

HW:
Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for  Niemann-Pick and cellular respiration labs




LAB Wrap up
Standard curves

Class time to work on finishing labs

HW:  pGLO transformation lab ?'s due THURS

HW:
Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for  Niemann-Pick and cellular respiration labs





pGLO LAB PACKET DUE

GMO's

GMO Pros/Cons

Scishow GMOs

PROS:
Nebraska Corn Board

Eye on Nye-GMO
GMO's

CONS:

Are GMO's Bad for our Health?
Viral replication


WRITE FRQ/short answer ?'s in class
Changed to take home due to SNOW DAY!


HW:
HW: Study for TEST
MONDAY
REVIEW FOR TEST MONDAY
(Replication, transcription, translation, bacteria, viruses, DNA Technology)


2017 Card REVIEW
Check answers

Kahoot

Review over DNA, RNA, proteins, viruses, bacteria, DNA technology



Card review- CLICKERS-DNA Technology


DNA  clickers

HW: Study for TEST
MONDAY
MONDAY 3/20 TUESDAY 3/21 WEDNESDAY 3/22 THURSDAY 3/23 FRIDAY 3/24

TEST

Chapter 13-17
DNA structure, Replication, Transcription, Translation, Bacteria, Viruses,


HW:



MONDAY 3/27 TUESDAY 3/28 WEDNESDAY 3/29 THURSDAY 3/30 FRIDAY 3/31

IMMUNE SYSTEM PROJECT DUE





  ALL lab packets from Lab Day due


 


MONDAY 4/3 TUESDAY 4/4 WEDNESDAY 3/5 THURSDAY 3/6 FRIDAY 3/7

IN CLASS ESSAYS
I pick from PAST DNA FRQs

 

  EVOLUTION TO DO LIST


Make DNA Test corrections by 3:30 TODAY
HW:

MONDAY 2/13 TUESDAY 2/14 WEDNESDAY 2/15 THURSDAY 2/16 FRIDAY 2/17
   

Metabolism TEST

HW;
Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos
WATCH Part 1 BY TOMORROW
WATCH Part 2 by TUES and Part 3, by WEDNESDAY


Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS
Ch 13-DNA notes
DNA Cut + Paste Activity
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-leading strand LO. 3.3; 3A.1.a.5; 3.A.1.b.1;

Ligase
Topoisomerase

Replication


HW: SEE TO DO LIST
HW:TO DO LIST
1. Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 and Part 2, and Part 3, by WED



Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS


3. BILL DNA replication ?'s due FRI
MONDAY 1/20 TUESDAY 1/21 WEDNESDAY 1/22 THURSDAY 1/23 FRIDAY 1/24
NO SCHOOL
PRESIDENTS DAY

HW:TO DO LIST
1. Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 2 by tomorrow, and Part 3, by WED
Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS

4.
Refresh your Honors Bio brain with DNA review due Monday
5.
Semester Test corrections due by THURS 2/11
6. Metabolism test corrections due by FRI 2/19
Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 2 by TODAY

Ch 13-DNA notes
DNA Cut + Paste Activity
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-lagging strand  3.A.1.b.
Ligase
Topoisomerase
Replication


HW:
1.Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos  Part 3 by TOMORROW fill in notes in your slide show packet, then take Google docs by THURS

You should have watched ALL THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 and Part 2, and Part 3, by TODAY

DNA THEATER
TRANSCRIPTION
& mRNA PROCESSING
3.A.1.b.4; 3.A.1.c; LO 3.4
Genes to polypeptides slide show

Eukaryotic transcription
Lactose persistance

HW:
1. Take Google docs
quiz over Chap 14 slide show by TOMORROW

2. BILLL- DNA replication ?'s due FRI
3. BILL-Alternative gene splicing due
FRIDAY
TAKE GOOGLE DOCS QUIZ over Chap 14 slide show by TODAY

TRANSLATION THEATER
Translation animation
3.A.1.b.4; 3.A.1.c; LO 3.4


What's a pirate's favorite Amino acid?
HW:
1.

DNA replication ?'s due

BILL-Alternative gene splicing due


HW:
1.Download DNA people slide show, watch
video then take the Google docs quiz
by  MONDAY
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2


Download and save this DNA people slide show to your Google drive. Follow along with video.

2.Refresh your Honors Bio brain with DNA review due Monday
MONDAY 2/27 TUESDAY 2/28 WEDNESDAY 3/1 THURSDAY 3/2 FRIDAY 3/3
Bio Refresh DNA review due

Mutation comparison due (trade & Grade)

Download DNA people slide show
Watch the DNA people video then take the Google docs quiz by TODAY
3.A.1.a.4.

Avery experiment opener


KNOW YOUR MOLECULES
Desktop activity
ORGANIZER


HW: See TO DO LIST
1
. DNA to RNA to protein Practice due TOMORROW From Tom Mueller 
Linus Pauling's Birthday
FEB 28, 1901
Who is Linus Pauling?

DNA  to RNA to protein Practice due TODAY
From Tom Mueller

GENE REGULATION

Pool Noodle Operons
From Kristin Dotti
CATALYST LEARNING CURRICULUM
LO 3.21 & 3.23

OPERON ?'s

Virtual Lac Operon
Operons

White board operons
From Jennifer Forsyth
3.B.1 a; 3.B.1.b.; LO 3.23 [SP1.4]

Tryptophan Repressor
Lac Operon


HW:
1. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and
Watch video
by TUESDAY

2. Take the
Google docs quiz by TUESDAY
GENE REGULATION
slide show

PBS RNAi video


SWYK VIDEOS INTRO

Ivan & Kevin
Desmond & Matt
Hara & Caroline


VIDEO PIC

Show what you know-Transcription/Translation
Plan your video/work on script. You should be ready to film tomorrow in class
3.A.1.c. & LO 3.4


HW:
1. Finish video script if not done in class


VIDEO PIC
Class time to work on Show what you know
video
DUE TUESDAY

SUB HERE

Work Show what you know- video DUE TUES

Keep working on your TO DO LIST


HW:

Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show, Watch
Viruses, bacteria, prions video
 
and Take the Google docs quiz by TUESDAY

Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due THURS
MONDAY 3/6 TUESDAY 3/7 WEDNESDAY 3/8 THURSDAY 3/9 FRIDAY 3/10

HW:
1.Keep working on your To DO LIST 2. Download Viruses, bacteria,prions & DNA technology slide show and watch video  and Take the Google docs quiz by TOMORROW
3. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due THURS

SUB HERE


WATCH Epigenetics video

BILL- Epigenetics complete in class

Epigenetics & Father's diet
Sheep help scientists study Huntington's

Epigenetic tagsonsperm&obesity

Epigenetic changes & autism
Epigenetics, Autism, & Twins


HW:
1.Keep working on your To DO LIST 2. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and watch video  and Take the Google docs quiz by TOMORROW
3. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due TUESDAY

BILL-self check
Epigenetics ?'s


PLASMID ACTIVITY
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste
from Biologycorner.com
PlasmidDNAInsulinDNA
Plasmid ?'s

Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial


HW:  
See TO DO LIST
1.Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due TUESDAY
2.
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by
MONDAY 2/22
3. Plasmid ?'s due MONDAY 2/22
OPERON ?'s due

FINISH

PLASMID ACTIVITY
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste
from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA

Plasmid ?'s

Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial
:  

Plasmid RAP


Kuru

HW:
1.Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by MONDAY 2/22
2. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due TUESDAY
3. Plasmid ?'s
due MON 2/22
4. Keep working on your To DO LIST

 

NO SCHOOL
MONDAY 3/13 TUESDAY 3/14 WEDNESDAY 3/15 THURSDAY 3/16 FRIDAY 3/17
NO SCHOOL

Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due

OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS

BILL-Draw operons

WSIK-Regulation

HW:
Plasmid ?'s due tomorrow
STUDY FOR TEST FRI



OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS

BILL-Draw operons

 

HW: STUDY FOR TEST FRI

Translation opener

REVIEW FOR TEST TOMORROW
(Replication, transcription, translation, bacteria, viruses, prions)

Card Review

Check your answers

TEST DNA
Chaps 14 - 16
Replication, transcription, translation, gene regulation


SEMESTER TEST CORRECTIONS DUE BY THE END OF DAY

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation before
LAB DAY

1.Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by MONDAY

2. Complete
INVESTIGATION: How can gel electrophoresis be used to anaylyze DNA?
on Campbell website by
MON
3. Take notes in your BILL on Mr. Knuffke's Molecular Genetics 5- Biotechnology Prezi by WED
MONDAY 3/20 TUESDAY 3/21 WEDNESDAY 3/22 THURSDAY 3/23 FRIDAY 3/24
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by TODAY

Complete I
NVESTIGATION: How can gel electrophoresis be used to anaylyze DNA?
on Campbell website by TODAY
FOLLOW Book link
CHOOSE CHAPTER 13: Molecular Basis of Inheritance
Scroll down to Additional resources area, choose
How can gel electrophoresis be used to analyze DNA?


DESKTOP RFLP ANALYSIS

HW:
1. Plasmid ?'s due tomorrow
2. RFLPAnalysis ? due WED
3. Go through Mr. Knuffke's
Molecular Genetics 5- Biotechnology Prezi and take notes in your BILL & Bring your ?'s to class
WED
4. Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s before THURS 2/25

 

Plasmid ?'s due

PCR

Plasmid maps


We are the World (watch this before the PCR song)

BIORAD Scientists for Better PCR



HW:
Draw a Plasmid/DNA
 due FRIDAY
RFLPAnalysis ? due

Take notes in your BILL on Mr. Knuffke's
Molecular Genetics 5- Biotechnology Prezi by TODAY


Bozeman Biology-
DNA Technology


LAB 6: Bacterial Transformation & DNA FINGERPRINTING LAB
By Today you should have done the following:
Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation

and do Prelab ?'s


Practice for LAB DAY
Micropipetting


Revisit metabolism




HW:
Draw a Plasmid/DNA
due tomorrow
Paternity Problems  due tomorrow
Modified from Access Excellence
Metabolism TEST Corrections due by end of today

Draw a Plasmid/DNA due

Paternity Problems  due
Modified from Access Excellence


Know your molecules #2
organizer #2


MONDAY 2/29 TUESDAY 3/1 WEDNESDAY 3/2 THURSDAY 3/2 FRIDAY 3/4



AP BIO LAB DAY
LABS for LAB DAY
DNA gel electrophoresis
RFLP's

SANFORD-Niemann Pick Student lab
Niemann Pick LAB

Bacterial Transformation
Respiration lab

CLASS DATA

Restriction endonucleases
Recombinant Plasmids
Sequencing DNA
DNA fingerprinting
NOVA-Sam Sheppard/DNA
McGraw-Hill PCR video
DNAi-PCR video
GTCA with subtitles
GFP cartoon


HW: Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs- pGLO transformation, Niemann Pick RFLP, p53, cellular respiration due WED
LAB Wrap up

Check transformation plates

HW:
Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs pGLO transformation, Niemann Pick RFLP, p53, and cellular respiration due tomorrow
ALL lab packets from Lab Day due

GMO's

GMO Pros/Cons

What is genetically modified food?

PROS:
Nebraska Corn Board
What are GMO's?
GMO Safety
Beyond Bt video

GMO FAQ

Eye on Nye-GMO

GMO's

CONS:
GMO MYTHS BUSTED

Why GMO's are Bad for you

Are GMO's Bad for our Health?
Viral replication


HW:
HW: Study for TEST
(Bacteria, viruses, prions, DNA Technology) FRI

Card Review-16,17,18

Check your answers


Card review- 16-20
CLICKERS-DNA Technology


DNA 16-20 clickers

HW: Study for TEST
(Bacteria, viruses, prions, DNA Technology) FRI
DNA TEST CORRECTIONS DUE BY END OF DAY

TEST-
(Bacteria, viruses, prions, DNA Technology)
MONDAY 3/7 TUESDAY 3/8 WEDNESDAY 3/9 THURSDAY 3/10 FRIDAY 3/11

IN CLASS ESSAYS
I pick from PAST DNA FRQs

 

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
LIBRARY eBOOKS
Pick FollettShelf e-books

Use your lunch/library # as your USER and LOGIN

2 essays due FRIDAY 2/6
(One from lab book pS123 and read one chapter from ebook "For the Good of Mankind" book and answer discussion questions at end of chapter
DUE FRI 3/11

EVOLUTION TO DO LIST


Science & Ethics essays DUE

Make DNA Test corrections by 3:30 TODAY

HW:
Card Review

Check your answers

CLICKER REVIEW
MONDAY 2/13 TUESDAY 2/14 WEDNESDAY 2/15 THURSDAY 2/16 FRIDAY 2/17
     

Metabolism TEST

HW;
Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos
WATCH Part 1 BY TOMORROW
WATCH Part 2 by TUES and Part 3, by WEDNESDAY


Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS
Ch 13-DNA notes
Cut + Paste DNA
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-leading strand  3.A.1.b.
Ligase

Topoisomerase

Replication

Ligase


HW: SEE TO DO LIST
HW:TO DO LIST
1. Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 and Part 2, and Part 3, by WED



Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS


3. BILL DNA POLYMERASE RULES  DUE
THURS
MONDAY 1/25 TUESDAY 1/26 WEDNESDAY 1/27 THURSDAY 1/28 FRIDAY 1/29
NO SCHOOL
PRESIDENTS DAY

HW:TO DO LIST
1. Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 2 by tomorrow, and Part 3, by WED
Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by THURS

3. Watch the DNA people video then take the Google docs quiz by FRIDAY
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2


4.
Refresh your Honors Bio brain with DNA review due Monday
5.
Semester Test corrections due by THURS 2/11
6. Metabolism test corrections due by FRI 2/19
Ch 13-DNA notes
Cut + Paste DNA
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-lagging strand  3.A.1.b.
Ligase

Topoisomerase
Replication
Ligase


HW:
1.Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 2 (BY THURS) and Part 3, (by FRI) fill in notes in your slide show packet, then take Google docs by FRI


Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 and Part 2, and Part 3, by TODAY




HW:
1.
2.
3. BILL-Alternative gene splicing due
FRIDAY
TAKE GOOGLE DOCS QUIZ QUIZ over Chap 14 slide show by TODAY

Genes to polypeptides slide show

Eukaryotic transcription

Lactose persistance

DNA THEATER
TRANSCRIPTION
& mRNA PROCESSING

Linus Pauling's Birthday
Who is Linus Pauling?
HW:
1. Take Google docs quiz over Chap 14 slide show by TOMORROW
2. Mutations comparison due tomorrow

BILL-Alternative gene splicing due

 

TRANSLATION THEATER
Translation animation

What's a pirate's favorite Amino acid?

HW:
1. Watch the DNA people
video then take the Google docs quiz
by MONDAY
3.A.1.a.4.
Download and save this slide DNA people slide show to your Google drive. Follow along with video.

2.Refresh your Honors Bio brain with DNA review due Monday
MONDAY 2/1 TUESDAY 2/2 WEDNESDAY 2/3 THURSDAY 2/4 FRIDAY 2/5
Bio Refresh DNA review due

Mutation comparison due (trade & Grade)

Download DNA people slide show
Watch the DNA people video then take the Google docs quiz by TODAY

Avery experiment opener


KNOW YOUR MOLECULES
Desktop activity
ORGANIZER


HW: See TO DO LIST
1
. DNA to RNA to protein Practice due TOMORROW From Tom Mueller

DNA  to RNA to protein Practice due TODAY
From Tom Mueller

GENE REGULATION

Pool Noodle Operons
From Kristin Dotti
CATALYST LEARNING CURRICULUM
LO 3.21 & 3.23

OPERON ?'s

Virtual Lac Operon
Operons

White board operons
From Jennifer Forsyth

Tryptophan Repressor
Lac Operon


HW:
1. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and
Watch video
by TUESDAY

2. Take the
Google docs quiz by TUESDAY
GENE REGULATION
slide show

PBS RNAi video


SWYK VIDEOS INTRO

Ivan & Kevin
Desmond & Matt
Hara & Caroline


VIDEO PIC

Show what you know-Transcription/Translation
Plan your video/work on script. You should be ready to film tomorrow in class
3.A.1.c. & LO 3.4


HW:
1. Finish video script if not done in class

SUB HERE


VIDEO PIC
Class time to work on Show what you know
video
DUE TUESDAY

SUB HERE

Work Show what you know- video DUE TUES

Keep working on your TO DO LIST


HW:

Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show

Watch  Viruses, bacteria, prions video
 
and Take the Google docs quiz by TUESDAY

Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due THURS
MONDAY 2/8 TUESDAY 2/9 WEDNESDAY 2/10 THURSDAY  2/11 FRIDAY 2/12
SNOW DAY
SNOW DAY
NO AP BIO

HW:
1.Keep working on your To DO LIST
 2. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and watch video  and Take the Google docs quiz by TOMORROW
3. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due THURS

SUB HERE


WATCH Epigenetics video

BILL- Epigenetics complete in class

Epigenetics & Father's diet
Sheep help scientists study Huntington's

Epigenetic tags on sperm & obesity

Epigenetic changes & autism
Epigenetics, Autism, & Twins


HW:
1.Keep working on your To DO LIST
 2. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and watch video  and Take the Google docs quiz by TOMORROW
3. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due TUESDAY

YOUR SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW VIDEO SHOULD BE DONE BY TODAY

BILL-self check
Epigenetics ?'s


PLASMID ACTIVITY
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste
from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA

Plasmid ?'s

Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial


HW:  
See TO DO LIST
1.Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due TUESDAY
2.
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by
MONDAY 2/22
3. Plasmid ?'s due MONDAY 2/22
OPERON ?'s due

FINISH

PLASMID ACTIVITY
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste
from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA

Plasmid ?'s

Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial
:  


Kuru

HW:
1.Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by MONDAY 2/22
2. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due TUESDAY
3. Plasmid ?'s
due MON 2/22
4. Keep working on your To DO LIST

 

NO SCHOOL
MONDAY 2/15 TUESDAY 2/16 WEDNESDAY 2/17 THURSDAY 2/18 FRIDAY 2/19
NO SCHOOL

Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due

OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS

BILL-Draw operons

WSIK-Regulation

HW:
Plasmid ?'s due tomorrow
STUDY FOR TEST FRI



OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS

BILL-Draw operons

 

HW: STUDY FOR TEST FRI

Translation opener

REVIEW FOR TEST TOMORROW
(Replication, transcription, translation, bacteria, viruses, prions)

Card Review

Check your answers

TEST DNA
Chaps 14 - 16
Replication, transcription, translation, gene regulation


SEMESTER TEST CORRECTIONS DUE BY THE END OF DAY

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation before
LAB DAY

1.Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by MONDAY

2. Complete
INVESTIGATION: How can gel electrophoresis be used to anaylyze DNA?
on Campbell website by
MON
3. Take notes in your BILL on Mr. Knuffke's Molecular Genetics 5- Biotechnology Prezi by WED
MONDAY 2/22 TUESDAY 2/23 WEDNESDAY 2/24 THURSDAY 2/25 FRIDAY 2/26
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by TODAY

Complete I
NVESTIGATION: How can gel electrophoresis be used to anaylyze DNA?
on Campbell website by TODAY
FOLLOW Book link
CHOOSE CHAPTER 13: Molecular Basis of Inheritance
Scroll down to Additional resources area, choose
How can gel electrophoresis be used to analyze DNA?


DESKTOP RFLP ANALYSIS

HW:
1. Plasmid ?'s due tomorrow
2. RFLPAnalysis ? due WED
3. Go through Mr. Knuffke's
Molecular Genetics 5- Biotechnology Prezi and take notes in your BILL & Bring your ?'s to class
WED
4. Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s before THURS 2/25

 

Plasmid ?'s due

PCR

Plasmid maps


We are the World (watch this before the PCR song)

BIORAD Scientists for Better PCR



HW:
Draw a Plasmid/DNA
 due FRIDAY
RFLPAnalysis ? due

Take notes in your BILL on Mr. Knuffke's
Molecular Genetics 5- Biotechnology Prezi by TODAY


Bozeman Biology-
DNA Technology


LAB 6: Bacterial Transformation & DNA FINGERPRINTING LAB
By Today you should have done the following:
Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation

and do Prelab ?'s


Practice for LAB DAY
Micropipetting


Revisit metabolism




HW:
Draw a Plasmid/DNA
due tomorrow
Paternity Problems  due tomorrow
Modified from Access Excellence
Metabolism TEST Corrections due by end of today

Draw a Plasmid/DNA due

Paternity Problems  due
Modified from Access Excellence


Know your molecules #2
organizer #2


MONDAY 2/29 TUESDAY 3/1 WEDNESDAY 3/2 THURSDAY 3/2 FRIDAY 3/4



AP BIO LAB DAY
LABS for LAB DAY
DNA gel electrophoresis
RFLP's

SANFORD-Niemann Pick Student lab
Niemann Pick LAB

Bacterial Transformation
Respiration lab

CLASS DATA

Restriction endonucleases
Recombinant Plasmids
Sequencing DNA
DNA fingerprinting
NOVA-Sam Sheppard/DNA
McGraw-Hill PCR video
DNAi-PCR video
GTCA with subtitles
GFP cartoon


HW: Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs- pGLO transformation, Niemann Pick RFLP, p53, cellular respiration due WED
LAB Wrap up

Check transformation plates

HW:
Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs pGLO transformation, Niemann Pick RFLP, p53, and cellular respiration due tomorrow
ALL lab packets from Lab Day due

GMO's

GMO Pros/Cons

What is genetically modified food?

PROS:
Nebraska Corn Board
What are GMO's?
GMO Safety
Beyond Bt video

GMO FAQ

Eye on Nye-GMO

GMO's

CONS:
GMO MYTHS BUSTED

Why GMO's are Bad for you

Are GMO's Bad for our Health?
Viral replication


HW:
HW: Study for TEST
(Bacteria, viruses, prions, DNA Technology) FRI

Card Review-16,17,18

Check your answers


Card review- 16-20
CLICKERS-DNA Technology


DNA 16-20 clickers

HW: Study for TEST
(Bacteria, viruses, prions, DNA Technology) FRI
DNA TEST CORRECTIONS DUE BY END OF DAY

TEST-
(Bacteria, viruses, prions, DNA Technology)
MONDAY 3/7 TUESDAY 3/8 WEDNESDAY 3/9 THURSDAY 3/10 FRIDAY 3/11

IN CLASS ESSAYS
I pick from PAST DNA FRQs

 

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
LIBRARY eBOOKS
Pick FollettShelf e-books

Use your lunch/library # as your USER and LOGIN

2 essays due FRIDAY 2/6
(One from lab book pS123 and read one chapter from ebook "For the Good of Mankind" book and answer discussion questions at end of chapter
DUE FRI 3/11

EVOLUTION TO DO LIST


Science & Ethics essays DUE

Make DNA Test corrections by 3:30 TODAY

HW:
Card Review

Check your answers

CLICKER REVIEW
MONDAY 1/25 TUESDAY 1/26 WEDNESDAY 1/27 THURSDAY 1/28 FRIDAY 1/29
Metabolism TEST


HW:TO DO LIST
1. Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 and Part 2, and Part 3, by THURS
Download and save to your Google drive: You can fill in
Blank notes or follow along with completed Slide show
Modified from: Kim Foglia

2. Take Google docs quiz over info in slide show by FRI
3. Watch the DNA people video then take the Google docs quiz by MONDAY
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2

4.
Refresh your Honors Bio brain with DNA review due Monday
5.
Semester Test corrections due by THURS 2/11
6. Metabolism test corrections due by FRI 2/19
Ch 13-DNA notes
Cut + Paste DNA
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-leading strand  3.A.1.b.
Ligase

Topoisomerase

Replication

Ligase


HW: SEE TO DO LIST

1. BILL DNA POLYMERASE RULES  DUE THURS
2.Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 (BY TOMORROW) and Part 2 (BY THURS) and Part 3, (by FRI) fill in notes in your slide show packet, then take Google docs by FRI

Ch 13-DNA notes
Cut + Paste DNA
BILL-replication ?'s

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-lagging strand  3.A.1.b.
Ligase

Topoisomerase
Replication
Ligase



HW:
1.Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 (BY TOMORROW) and Part 2 (BY THURS) and Part 3, (by FRI) fill in notes in your slide show packet, then take Google docs by FRI

2. BILL DNA POLYMERASE RULES DUE TOMORROW
3. BILL-Alternative gene splicing due
FRIDAY

Watch the THREE Chap 14 Videos Part 1 and Part 2, and Part 3, by TODAY

BILL DNA POLYMERASE RULES DUE (trade & grade)

Genes to polypeptides slide show

Eukaryotic transcription

Lactose persistance

DNA THEATER
TRANSCRIPTION
& mRNA PROCESSING

Linus Pauling's Birthday
Who is Linus Pauling?
HW:
1. Take Google docs quiz over Chap 14 slide show by TOMORROW
2. Mutations comparison due tomorrow
TAKE GOOGLE DOCS QUIZ QUIZ over Chap 14 slide show by TODAY

BILL-Alternative gene splicing due

 

TRANSLATION THEATER
Translation animation

What's a pirate's favorite Amino acid?

HW:
1. Watch the DNA people
video then take the Google docs quiz
by MONDAY
3.A.1.a.4.
Download and save this slide DNA people slide show to your Google drive. Follow along with video.

2.Refresh your Honors Bio brain with DNA review due Monday
MONDAY 2/1 TUESDAY 2/2 WEDNESDAY 2/3 THURSDAY 2/4 FRIDAY 2/5
Bio Refresh DNA review due

Mutation comparison due (trade & Grade)

Download DNA people slide show
Watch the DNA people video then take the Google docs quiz by TODAY

Avery experiment opener


KNOW YOUR MOLECULES
Desktop activity
ORGANIZER


HW: See TO DO LIST
1
. DNA to RNA to protein Practice due TOMORROW From Tom Mueller

DNA  to RNA to protein Practice due TODAY
From Tom Mueller

GENE REGULATION

Pool Noodle Operons
From Kristin Dotti
CATALYST LEARNING CURRICULUM
LO 3.21 & 3.23

OPERON ?'s

Virtual Lac Operon
Operons

White board operons
From Jennifer Forsyth

Tryptophan Repressor
Lac Operon


HW:
1. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and
Watch video
by TUESDAY

2. Take the
Google docs quiz by TUESDAY
GENE REGULATION
slide show

PBS RNAi video


SWYK VIDEOS INTRO

Ivan & Kevin
Desmond & Matt
Hara & Caroline


VIDEO PIC

Show what you know-Transcription/Translation
Plan your video/work on script. You should be ready to film tomorrow in class
3.A.1.c. & LO 3.4


HW:
1. Finish video script if not done in class

SUB HERE


VIDEO PIC
Class time to work on Show what you know
video
DUE TUESDAY

SUB HERE

Work Show what you know- video DUE TUES

Keep working on your TO DO LIST


HW:

Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show

Watch  Viruses, bacteria, prions video
 
and Take the Google docs quiz by TUESDAY

Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due THURS
MONDAY 2/8 TUESDAY 2/9 WEDNESDAY 2/10 THURSDAY  2/11 FRIDAY 2/12
SNOW DAY
SNOW DAY
NO AP BIO

HW:
1.Keep working on your To DO LIST
 2. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and watch video  and Take the Google docs quiz by TOMORROW
3. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due THURS

SUB HERE


WATCH Epigenetics video

BILL- Epigenetics complete in class

Epigenetics & Father's diet
Sheep help scientists study Huntington's

Epigenetic tags on sperm & obesity

Epigenetic changes & autism
Epigenetics, Autism, & Twins


HW:
1.Keep working on your To DO LIST
 2. Download Viruses, bacteria, prions & DNA technology slide show and watch video  and Take the Google docs quiz by TOMORROW
3. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due TUESDAY

YOUR SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW VIDEO SHOULD BE DONE BY TODAY

BILL-self check
Epigenetics ?'s


PLASMID ACTIVITY
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste
from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA

Plasmid ?'s

Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial


HW:  
See TO DO LIST
1.Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due TUESDAY
2.
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by
MONDAY 2/22
3. Plasmid ?'s due MONDAY 2/22
OPERON ?'s due

FINISH

PLASMID ACTIVITY
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste
from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA

Plasmid ?'s

Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial
:  


Kuru

HW:
1.Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by MONDAY 2/22
2. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due TUESDAY
3. Plasmid ?'s
due MON 2/22
4. Keep working on your To DO LIST

 

NO SCHOOL
MONDAY 2/15 TUESDAY 2/16 WEDNESDAY 2/17 THURSDAY 2/18 FRIDAY 2/19
NO SCHOOL

Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due

OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS

BILL-Draw operons

WSIK-Regulation

HW:
Plasmid ?'s due tomorrow
STUDY FOR TEST FRI



OPERONS OPERONS OPERONS

BILL-Draw operons

 

HW: STUDY FOR TEST FRI

Translation opener

REVIEW FOR TEST TOMORROW
(Replication, transcription, translation, bacteria, viruses, prions)

Card Review

Check your answers

TEST DNA
Chaps 14 - 16
Replication, transcription, translation, gene regulation


SEMESTER TEST CORRECTIONS DUE BY THE END OF DAY

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation before
LAB DAY

1.Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by MONDAY

2. Complete
INVESTIGATION: How can gel electrophoresis be used to anaylyze DNA?
on Campbell website by
MON
3. Take notes in your BILL on Mr. Knuffke's Molecular Genetics 5- Biotechnology Prezi by WED
MONDAY 2/22 TUESDAY 2/23 WEDNESDAY 2/24 THURSDAY 2/25 FRIDAY 2/26
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by TODAY

Complete I
NVESTIGATION: How can gel electrophoresis be used to anaylyze DNA?
on Campbell website by TODAY
FOLLOW Book link
CHOOSE CHAPTER 13: Molecular Basis of Inheritance
Scroll down to Additional resources area, choose
How can gel electrophoresis be used to analyze DNA?


DESKTOP RFLP ANALYSIS

HW:
1. Plasmid ?'s due tomorrow
2. RFLPAnalysis ? due WED
3. Go through Mr. Knuffke's
Molecular Genetics 5- Biotechnology Prezi and take notes in your BILL & Bring your ?'s to class
WED
4. Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation and complete the Prelab ?'s before THURS 2/25

 

Plasmid ?'s due

PCR

Plasmid maps


We are the World (watch this before the PCR song)

BIORAD Scientists for Better PCR



HW:
Draw a Plasmid/DNA
 due FRIDAY
RFLPAnalysis ? due

Take notes in your BILL on Mr. Knuffke's
Molecular Genetics 5- Biotechnology Prezi by TODAY


Bozeman Biology-
DNA Technology


LAB 6: Bacterial Transformation & DNA FINGERPRINTING LAB
By Today you should have done the following:
Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation

and do Prelab ?'s


Practice for LAB DAY
Micropipetting


Revisit metabolism




HW:
Draw a Plasmid/DNA
due tomorrow
Paternity Problems  due tomorrow
Modified from Access Excellence
Metabolism TEST Corrections due by end of today

Draw a Plasmid/DNA due

Paternity Problems  due
Modified from Access Excellence


Know your molecules #2
organizer #2


MONDAY 2/29 TUESDAY 3/1 WEDNESDAY 3/2 THURSDAY 3/2 FRIDAY 3/4



AP BIO LAB DAY
LABS for LAB DAY
DNA gel electrophoresis
RFLP's

SANFORD-Niemann Pick Student lab
Niemann Pick LAB

Bacterial Transformation
Respiration lab

CLASS DATA

Restriction endonucleases
Recombinant Plasmids
Sequencing DNA
DNA fingerprinting
NOVA-Sam Sheppard/DNA
McGraw-Hill PCR video
DNAi-PCR video
GTCA with subtitles
GFP cartoon


HW: Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs- pGLO transformation, Niemann Pick RFLP, p53, cellular respiration due WED
LAB Wrap up

Check transformation plates

HW:
Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs pGLO transformation, Niemann Pick RFLP, p53, and cellular respiration due tomorrow
ALL lab packets from Lab Day due

GMO's

GMO Pros/Cons

What is genetically modified food?

PROS:
Nebraska Corn Board
What are GMO's?
GMO Safety
Beyond Bt video

GMO FAQ

Eye on Nye-GMO

GMO's

CONS:
GMO MYTHS BUSTED

Why GMO's are Bad for you

Are GMO's Bad for our Health?
Viral replication


HW:
HW: Study for TEST
(Bacteria, viruses, prions, DNA Technology) FRI

Card Review-16,17,18

Check your answers


Card review- 16-20
CLICKERS-DNA Technology


DNA 16-20 clickers

HW: Study for TEST
(Bacteria, viruses, prions, DNA Technology) FRI
DNA TEST CORRECTIONS DUE BY END OF DAY

TEST-
(Bacteria, viruses, prions, DNA Technology)
MONDAY 3/7 TUESDAY 3/8 WEDNESDAY 3/9 THURSDAY 3/10 FRIDAY 3/11

IN CLASS ESSAYS
I pick from PAST DNA FRQs

 

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
LIBRARY eBOOKS
Pick FollettShelf e-books

Use your lunch/library # as your USER and LOGIN

2 essays due FRIDAY 2/6
(One from lab book pS123 and read one chapter from ebook "For the Good of Mankind" book and answer discussion questions at end of chapter
DUE FRI 3/11

EVOLUTION TO DO LIST


Science & Ethics essays DUE

Make DNA Test corrections by 3:30 TODAY

HW:
Card Review

Check your answers

CLICKER REVIEW

 

 

 

 

 

MONDAY 12/8 TUESDAY 2/9 WEDNESDAY 12/10 THURSDAY 12/11 FRIDAY 12/12
  Genetics TEST
Genetics FRQ's

TO DO LIST

1. Watch the THREE Chap 17 Videos Part 1,and Part 2, and Part 3, fill in notes in your slide show packet, then take Google docs quiz by WED 12/17
2. Watch the DNA people video then take the Google docs quiz by THURS 12/18
3.A.1.a.4. & LO 3.2
3.MITOSIS
Test corrections due by Fri 12/19 @ noon
4. Genetics test corrections due by FRI 1/9 @ noon
SUB HERE

Bill Nye- Greatest Discoveries in Genetics

Refresh your Honors Bio brain with DNA review due Monday

HW:
DNA review due Monday
Watch Bozeman Bio video on DNA by tomorrow

HW: Mitosis Test corrections due by Fri 12/19 @ noon


Ch 16-DNA notes


SEE TO DO LIST
MONDAY 12/15 TUESDAY 12/16 WEDNESDAY 12/17 THURSDAY 12/18 FRIDAY 12/19
  EARLY OUT
SNOW DAY 


Refresh your Honors Bio brain with DNA review due
Ligase

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-leading/lagging strand
3.A.1.b.

Ligase
Topoisomerase


HW:
1. Watch the THREE Chap 17 Videos Part 1,and Part 2, and Part 3, fill in notes in your slide show packet, then take Google docs quiz by WED 12/17
2. Watch the DNA people video then take the Google docs quiz
by THURS 12/18 3.A.1.a.4.
3.
DNA Practice due THURS
From Tom Mueller

4. BILL DNA POLYMERASE RULES DUE FRI
5. Genetics test corrections due by FRI 1/9

You should have watched the THREE Chap 17 Videos Part 1,and Part 2, and Part 3, filled in notes in your slide show packet, then taken the Google docs quiz by TODAY


Show what you know-Transcription/Translation
Plan your video
3.A.1.c. & LO 3.4
 
HW:
1. Finish video script if not done in class
2. Genetics Test corrections due Fri 1/9

Opener

What's a pirate's favorite Amino acid?

You should have watched the DNA people video then taken the Google docs quiz by TODAY!  3.A.1.a.4.


DNA Practice due
From Tom Mueller


Class time to work on video
DUE at NOON TOMORROW


Translation opener



Translation animation

Make your "Show what you know" video in class
BILL DNA POLYMERASE RULES DUE We will trade & grade Monday.

Show what you know- video DUE
by NOON

Mitosis/Meiosis test corrections due by NOON

SHORT SCHEDULE
Early out


HW:
Who is Linus Pauling?
due WED 1/7


December 19-Jan 2
MONDAY 1/5 TUESDAY 1/6 WEDNESDAY 1/7 THURSDAY 1/8 FRIDAY 1/9
EARLY OUT!
Short Schedule!
WELCOME BACK
SWYK VIDEOS
Ivan & Kevin
Desmond & Matt
Bridgette & Madison
Hara & Caroline

Know your molecules
desktop activity
ORGANIZER


HW:
1. Who is Linus Pauling? due WED
2. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due THURS
3. Keep working on your To DO LIST


Gregor Mendel
7/20/1822- 1/6/1884

BILL DNA POLYMERASE RULES DUE Trade & grade

DNA THEATER



HW:
1. Who is Linus Pauling? due WED
2. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due THURS
3.
4. Watch video   about Bacteria, viruses, & Prions and take the Google docs quiz
by FRIDAY

5. Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by MONDAY 1/12

6. Go through Mr. Knuffke's Biotechnology Prezi and take notes in your BILL
TUESDAY Bring your ?'s to class

NO SCHOOL
It's
-30 WINDCHILL


HW:  
1.Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due tomorrow
2. See
TO DO LIST
Early OUT
Short Schedule!
It's
LIGASE cartoon

Who is Linus Pauling?
due


Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due

Beta-Globin gene Activity
From: 3D molecular Designs
Student Handout Questions
From: Holtzclaw & Holtzclaw Cherry Creek SI 2012


HW:
Finish your Beta-globin ?'s due TOMORROW


 
Watch video
  about Bacteria, viruses, & Prions and take the Google docs quiz
by
TOMORROW
2 Hour
LATE START
It's


Watch video   about Bacteria, viruses, & Prions and take the Google docs quiz
by TODAY
Viral replication
Genetics test corrections due by 3:30 pm

Finish Beta-globin  Activity
Turn in your
Questions  at end of hour.


HW:
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by MONDAY

6. Go through Mr. Knuffke's Biotechnology Prezi and take notes in your BILL
 
by TUESDAY Bring your ?'s to class
MONDAY 1/12 TUESDAY 1/13 WEDNESDAY 1/14 THURSDAY 1/15 FRIDAY 1/16
You should have done the following by TOMORROW
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz by


Chapter 18 + 19 Gene Regulation slide show

PBS RNAi video

HW:
Study for Semester Test
Go through Mr. Knuffke's Biotechnology Prezi and take notes in your BILL
 
by TUESDAY & Bring your ?'s to class


Pool Noodle Operons
From Kristin Dotti
CATALYST LEARNING CURRICULUM
LO 3.21 & 3.23

Virtual Lac Operon
Operons

White board operons
From Jennifer Forsyth

Tryptophan Repressor
Lac Operon


HW: Study for SEMESTER TEST includes Chemistry, Molecules, Cells, Transport, Cell Signaling, Mitosis/Meiosis, Genetics, Human Disorders, DNA Replication, Transcription, Translation. Gene Regulation

Science Practice 7-Paul Anderson

Kevin Bacon review
Vocab

Vocab Pictionary

HW: Organize/Study for Semester test TOMORROW
Keep working in your TO DO LIST

GENETICS TEST CORRECTIONS DUE BY NOON

SEMESTER TESTS
1st Hr-8:15-9:15
2nd Hr-9:30-10:30
3rd Hr- 10:45-11:345
LUNCH-11:45-12:25

4th Hr-12:30-1:30
Makeup I- 1:35-2:35
Make up II- 2:45-3:45
See test results

Semester test results
Corrections due by Fri 2/6

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation before
THURSDAY 1/29 LAB DAY
SEMESTER TESTS
NO AP BIO

5th Hr-8:15-9:15
6th Hr-9:30-10:30
7th Hr-10:45-11:45
No school lunch

1.2. Complete INVESTIGATION:
How can Gel Electrophoresis be Used to Analyze DNA? on Campbell website by
TUES

MONDAY 1/19 TUESDAY 1/20 WEDNESDAY 1/21 THURSDAY 1/22 FRIDAY 1/23
NO SCHOOL
MLK DAY


You should have done the following by
WED


1. Complete INVESTIGATION:
How can Gel Electrophoresis be Used to Analyze DNA? on Campbell website

2. Go through Mr. Knuffke's Biotechnology Prezi and take notes in your BILL & Bring your ?'s to class

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation

and complete the Prelab ?'s before TUESDAY 1/27

PLASMID ACTIVITY
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste
from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA


Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial


HW:
1.Plasmid ?'s due THURSDAY
2. BILL-Think about it due tomorrow
3.
Keep working on your TO DO LIST

DESKTOP RFLP ANALYSIS

FRLP Analysis ? due FRI


BILL-Think about it due trade & Grade


HW:
Draw a Plasmid/DNA
 due MONDAY
Plasmid ?'s due

PCR

Plasmid maps

Who's the Daddy Opener



Know your molecules #2
organizer #2



HW: Paternity Problems  due tomorrow
Modified from Access Excellence
RFLPAnalysis ? due

Paternity Problems  due
Modified from Access Excellence

NEWS
KEYSTONE XL Pipline in SD?
Yellowstone River Spill
Benzene in water
It's not the first time


B
acteria, viruses, prions
Kuru
Prions in the news

Prions video
NOVA-Brain eaters/Prions
CJD

By TUESDAY you should have done the following:
Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation

and do Prelab ?'s by TUESDAY

MONDAY 1/26 TUESDAY 1/27 WEDNESDAY 1/28 THURSDAY 1/29 FRIDAY 1/30
Draw a Plasmid/DNA  due


GMO's

GMO Pros/Cons

What is genetically modified food?

PROS:
Nebraska Corn Board
What are GMO's?
GMO Safety
Beyond Bt video

GMO FAQ

Eye on Nye-GMO

GMO's

CONS:
GMO MYTHS BUSTED

Why GMO's are Bad for you

Are GMO's Bad for our Health?

Plasmid essay
 
SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
LIBRARY eBOOKS
Pick FollettShelf e-books

Use your lunch/library # as your USER and LOGIN

2 essays due FRIDAY 2/6
(One from lab book pS123 and read one chapter from ebook "For the Good of Mankind" book and answer discussion questions at end of chapter
DUE FRI 2/6
Linus Pauling's Birthday
Who is Linus Pauling?


Practice for LAB DAY
Micropipetting

HW:
Card Review-16,17,18

Check your answers


Card review- 16-20
CLICKERS-DNA Technology


DNA 16-20 clickers

Study for DNA test
(Chap 16-20) MONDAY
AP BIO LAB DAY
Lab 9- DNA ANALYSIS
DNA gel electrophoresis
RFLP's
SANFORD-Niemann Pick
Student Handout
Lab 8-BACTERIAL TRANSFORMATION
Bacterial Transformation
Lab 6-CELLULAR RESPIRATION
Respiration lab
Lab 13- ENZYME CATALYSIS
Floating disc video
LAB
Restriction endonucleases
Recombinant Plasmids
Sequencing DNA
DNA fingerprinting
NOVA-Sam Sheppard/DNA
McGraw-Hill PCR video
DNAi-PCR video
We are the World (watch this before the PCR song)
BIORAD Scientists for Better PCR
GTCA with subtitles
HW: Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs DNA analysis, pGLO transformation, Niemann Pick RFLP due FRI

LAB Wrap up

Check transformation plates

GFPcartoon


Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs DNA analysis, pGLO transformation, Niemann Pick RFLP due FRI 2/6

HW:
Card Review

Check your answers

CLICKER REVIEW
Study for TEST MONDAY Chap 16-20
 

SEMESTER TEST CORRECTIONS DUE BY END OF DAY




MONDAY 2/2 TUESDAY 2/3 WEDNESDAY 2/4 THURSDAY 2/5 FRIDAY 2/6
TEST Chap 16-20
DNA (Chapter 16-20)


HW: Watch "Draw Photosynthesis" video and fill in your DIAGRAM showing the steps by 
WEDNESDAY
IN CLASS ESSAYS
I pick from PAST DNA FRQs


Make DNA Test corrections by Fri 2/13
 

In class essays-Anything goes!

SUB HERE I will be gone at SD Science Teachers Conference

WORK ON TO DO LIST
MONDAY 11/18 TUESDAY 11/19 WEDNESDAY 11/20 THURSDAY 11/21 FRIDAY 11/22

In class group essay TEST
Chap 14 & 15

Gregor Mendel
7/20/1822- 1/6/1884

See test results
Test corrections due by Fri 12/6

Ch 16-DNA notes
HW: Watch Bozeman Bio video on DNA
Test corrections due by Fri 12/16

MONDAY 11/25 TUESDAY 11/26 WEDNESDAY 11/27 THURSDAY 11/28 FRIDAY 11/29
Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia- leading strand

Ligase

1. Watch the THREE Chap 17 Videos Part 1,and Part 2, and Part 3, fill in notes in your slide show packet, then take Google docs quiz by MONDAY
2. Watch the DNA people video then take the Google docs quiz by TUESDAY
3. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn
due WED
Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-lagging strand

Topoisomerase

HW:
SEE YESTERDAY
MONDAY 12/2 TUESDAY 12/3 WEDNESDAY 12/4 THURSDAY 12/5 FRIDAY 12/6
You should have watched the THREE Chap 17 Videos Part 1,and Part 2, and Part 3, filled in notes in your slide show packet, then taken the Google docs quiz by TODAY

Translation opener

Show what you know-Transcription/Translation
Plan your video


HW:
1.  Finish video script if not done in class
2. Watch the DNA people
video then taken the Google docs quiz by
TOMORROW

3. Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due WED
4
. DNA Practice due THURS
From Tom Mueller
5. Test Corrections due by 3:30 pm Friday
Opener

You should have watched the DNA people
video then taken the Google docs quiz by
TODAY!

Make your "Show what you know" video in class


HW: See MONDAY



What's a pirate's favorite Amino acid?

Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn due

Show what you know" video DUE

EARLY OUT!

Snow Day

Chapter 18 + 19 Gene Regulation slide show

DNA THEATER
DNA Practice due
From Tom Mueller

Translation animation

Beta-Globin gene Activity
From: 3D molecular Designs
Student Handout Questions
From: Holtzclaw & Holtzclaw Cherry Creek SI 2012

HW:
Finish your Beta-globin ?'s due TOMORROW


SHORT SCHEDULE
JA speaker

Finish Beta-globin  Activity
Turn in your Questions  at end of hour.

HW: S
tudy for TEST next week
Look at Past DNA FRQ's for Essay next week
MONDAY 12/9 TUESDAY 12/10 WEDNESDAY 12/11 THURSDAY 12/12 FRIDAY 12/13
SUB HERE

To DO LIST

Know your molecules
desktop activity
ORGANIZER


Card Review

Check your answers

What's up with Linus Pauling?
SUB HERE

To DO LIST
See Monday
IN CLASS ESSAY
(Look at Past FRQ's)
White board operons
From Jennifer Forsyth


Pool Noodle Operons
From Kristin Dotti
CATALYST LEARNING CURRICULUM
Revisit Operons

Tryptophan Repressor
Lac Operon


HW
:
Study for test tomorrow
Genetics test corrections due by end of day

TEST-Ch 16-20
HW: By Monday Jan 6 you should have done the following:
1.Watch video about Bacteria, viruses, and Prions then take the Google docs quiz

2. Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz

3. Go through Mr. Knuffke's Biotechnology Prezi and take notes in your BILL


4. Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation


Complete
INVESTIGATION:
How can Gel Electrophoresis be Used to Analyze DNA? on Campbell website
MONDAY 12/16 TUESDAY 12/17 WEDNESDAY 12/18 THURSDAY 12/19 FRIDAY 12/20
HW: See TO DO LIST

See DNA Essay possibilities


HW:
Semester Review

Clicker review

Vocab Pictionary

Organize/Study for Semester test TOMORROW

SEMESTER TESTS
1st Hr-8:15-9:15
2nd Hr-9:30-10:30
3rd Hr- 10:45-11:345
LUNCH-11:45-12:25

4th Hr-12:30-1:30
Makeup I- 1:35-2:35
Make up II- 2:45-3:45
See test results
SEMESTER TESTS
NO AP BIO

5th Hr-8:15-9:15
6th Hr-9:30-10:30
7th Hr-10:45-11:45
No school lunch

December 21-Jan 6
MONDAY 1/6 TUESDAY 1/7 WEDNESDAY 1/8 THURSDAY 1/9 FRIDAY 1/10
WELCOME BACK
By today you should have
1.Watched the video about Bacteria, viruses, and Prions then taken the Google docs quiz

2. Watched the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then taken the Google docs quiz

3. Gone through Mr. Knuffke's Biotechnology Prezi and taken notes in your BILL
-24°
NO SCHOOL
 
It's  

Gregor Mendel
7/20/1822- 1/6/1884

2 Hour
LATE
START
 
It's  
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA


Sumanas plasmid video
Plasmid tutorial

HW:
BEFORE MONDAY
See TO DO LIST
Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation

Complete INVESTIGATION:
How can Gel Electrophoresis be Used to Analyze DNA? on Campbell website

Finish plasmid activity

BILL -THINK ABOUT IT

Desktop activity
Know your molecules #2
organizer #2


HW:
TO DO LIST
Finish plasmid ?'s if not done in class
BILL-Think about it due tomorrow

Trade and Grade BILL ?

DESKTOP RFLP ANALYSIS


HW:
TO DO LIST

Draw a Plasmid/DNA Opener
Who's the daddy practice
Modified from Mr. Buckley



Who's the Daddy opener



Reverse transcriptase opener

PCR

Bacteria, viruses, prions
Kuru
Prions in the news


Plasmid maps

 

Viral replication
MONDAY 1/13 TUESDAY 1/14 WEDNESDAY 1/15 THURSDAY 1/16 FRIDAY 1/17
AP BIO LAB DAY
Lab 9- DNA ANALYSIS
DNA gel electrophoresis
RFLP's
SANFORD-Niemann Pick
Student Handout
Lab 8-BACTERIAL TRANSFORMATION
Bacterial Transformation
Lab 6-CELLULAR RESPIRATION
Respiration lab
Lab 13- ENZYME CATALYSIS
Floating disc video
LAB
Restriction endonucleases
Recombinant Plasmids
Sequencing DNA
DNA fingerprinting
NOVA-Sam Sheppard/DNA
McGraw-Hill PCR video
DNAi-PCR video
We are the World (watch this before the PCR song)
BIORAD Scientists for Better PCR
GTCA with subtitles

HW: Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs 6, 8, 9, & 13


Study for TEST Ch16-20

LAB Wrap up

Check transformation plates



HW: Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs DNA analysis, pGLO transformation, Niemann Pick RFLP due THURS

Study for TEST Ch18-20 on MONDAY


 Finish data analysis, graphing, and lab ?'s for Labs DNA analysis, pGLO transformation, Niemann Pick RFLP due THURS
BLIZZARD WARNING
NO SCHOOL

HW:
Review
Study for DNA test and In class essay
See DNA Essay possibilities

IN CLASS ESSAY

Plasmid essay

What Should You Know -
DNA Tech

MONDAY 1/20 TUESDAY 1/21 WEDNESDAY 1/22 THURSDAY 1/23 FRIDAY 1/24
NO
SCHOOL
MLK Day
CLICKER REVIEW TEST Chap 18-20
Bacteria, Viruses, Prions, DNA technology
LIBRARY eBOOKS

2 essays due 2/3
(One from lab book pS123 and one from "For the Good of Mankind" book

HW: Watch "Draw Photosynthesis" video and fill in your DIAGRAM showing the steps by 
MONDAY

Make DNA Test corrections by Fri 1/31
SEMESTER TEST CORRECTIONS DUE BY END OF DAY

MONDAY 12/3 TUESDAY 12/4 WEDNESDAY 12/5 THURSDAY 12/6 FRIDAY 12/7

In class group essay TEST
Chap 14 & 15


Gregor Mendel
7/20/1822- 1/6/1884


See test results
Test corrections due by Fri 12/14

Ch 16-DNA notes
HW: Watch Bozeman Bio video on DNA
Test corrections due by Fri 12/14

MONDAY 12/10 TUESDAY 12/11 WEDNESDAY 12/12 THURSDAY 12/13 FRIDAY 12/14
Two Hour
Late start

Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia- leading strand

HW: Watch the THREE Chap 17 Videos Part 1,and Part 2, and Part 3, fill in notes in your slide show packet,then take Google docs quiz by THURS



Build a DNA activity
by Kim Foglia-lagging strand


HW: Watch the THREE Chap 17 Videos Part 1,and Part 2, and Part 3, fill in notes in your slide show packet,then take Google docs quiz by THURS
2.Prokaryote vs eukaryote venn
DNA % opener
Translation opener
Replication wrap up
Videos
Topoisomerase
Astonishing Molecular Machines

DNA Practice
From Tom Mueller


HW: Watch the THREE Chap 17 Videos Part 1,and Part 2, and Part 3, fill in notes in your slide show packet,then take Google docs quiz by TOMORROW

DNA practice due tomorrow
DNA Practice due
From Tom Mueller


Beta-Globin gene Activity
From: 3D molecular Designs
Student Handout Questions
From: Holtzclaw & Holtzclaw Cherry Creek SI 2012

HW: Finish your Beta-globin ?'s due MONDAY

SHORT SCHEDULE-Bell Debate

Show what you know-Transcription/Translation
Plan your video

Translation animation

HW: Finish video script if not done in class
MONDAY 12/17 TUESDAY 12/18 WEDNESDAY 12/19 THURSDAY 12/20 FRIDAY 12/21

Beta-globin gene ?'s due

Make your "Show what you know" video in class

DNA THEATER

 

HW:
Watch the DNA peoplevideo then take the Google docs quiz by WED

Watch video about Bacteria, viruses, and Prions then take the Google docs quiz
by THURS



Genetics test corrections due by end of day

SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW-share your video

HW:
Watch the DNA peoplevideo then take the Google docs quiz by WED

Watch video about Bacteria, viruses, and Prions then take the Google docs quiz
by THURS

INSULIN
mRNA to protein activity
from 3D Molecular Designs
Handout
PPT


Making insulin

Watch video about Bacteria, viruses, and Prions then take the Google docs quiz
by THURS


Short schedule
Early out at NOON

Finish folding your insulin molecule/turn in with packet ?'s done at end of class

HW:
Go through Mr. Knuffke's
Biotechnology Prezi

INVESTIGATION: How can Gel ELectrophoresis be Used to Analyze DNA? on Campbell website
HOLIDAY BREAK
MONDAY 12/31 TUESDAY 1/1 WEDNESDAY 1/2 THURSDAY 1/3 FRIDAY 1/4
Go through Mr. Knuffke's Biotechnology Prezi

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation
Lab book:
6, 8, 9, 13


INVESTIGATION: How can Gel ELectrophoresis be Used to Analyze DNA? on Campbell website


Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation
Lab book:
6, 8, 9, 13


WELCOME BACK
Recombinant plasmid cut & paste from Biologycorner.com
Plasmid DNA
Insulin DNA


Sumanas plasmid video
HW:
BEFORE MONDAY
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation
Lab book:
6, 8, 9, 13

Bozeman videos
DNA
Cell respiration

ONGOING PROJECT
Body systems project check due dates
See rubric

Gregor Mendel
7/20/1822- 1/6/1884

Who's the daddy?
from Flinn Scientific
GEL
DNA
Tags

HW:
BEFORE MONDAY
Watch the DNA Technology videos Part 1 and Part 2 then take the Google docs quiz

Preview Labs at LabBench
Cellular respiration
Enzyme catalysis
DNA analysis/Bacterial transformation
Lab book:
6, 8, 9, 13



ONGOING PROJECT
Body systems project check due dates
See rubric

MONDAY 1/7 TUESDAY 1/8 WEDNESDAY 1/9 THURSDAY 1/10 FRIDAY 1/11