1. PPT - Anaerobic pathways
2. Plan your respiration lab:
what question do you want to answer?
How will you do so? What do you predict?
3. Working with Data: AP Classic respiration lab
HW: Finish Working with Data
Work on the topic vocabulary
Consider: revisiting your notes
annotating the diagram sheet
1. Qualitative Yeast respiration - success?
Set up Root Beer Extension
2. PPT: Fermentation
3. How efficient is this energy transfer? S'math recap
4. Start POGIL
HW: Text Reading/Notes 8.4
An offer: If you are doing well on assessments ('product'), you can elect to have your grade based on that alone for this semester. In other words, you would not be held accountable for all the assigned and stamped work. You should of course continue to use those study strategies you find successful. Discuss it with your parents first, then me, if you want to make this change.
Question asked: 'what is the source of the second pair of P in order to phosphorylate 4 ADP in glycolysis?'
Answer: From free Pi in the cytosol via the enzyme in Step 6 of the pathway. Concurrent with NAD+ -> NADH.
See diagram here
On to Cellular Respiration
1. Notes stamped
3. Introductory lab: yeast respiration
HW: S'math Handout: Energy from Cellular Respiration
Start the Respiration Vocab (Common Design List 2)
Bring a 500mL unopended water bottle for Root beer Respiration
1. Mutations & Disease cases summarized
2. Buffet choices stamped (2)
3. Midterm: Common Design
HW: Read/take notes: 8.1-8.3
Show me your stamps
1. Translation/mutations reviewed
2. From Mutation to Disease: Illustrative examples
3. Practice Book Questions
HW: STUDY; 2 elements of the Homework Buffet (see previous list of options)
correction: omit all replication-relevant vocab from the list/review sheet (moved to another unit)
1. Diffusion lab write up due
Notes, SOAPS stamped
1. Transcription recap
2. Translation introduced
3. POGIL: Translation, Mutations
HW: Exam Thursday : Cells, diffusion, protein synthesis
2 Homework Buffet required: Review sheet, online quizzes, latest vocab + assertions, Cornell-ed notes (marked up, left column, summarized), etc.
Also consider checking out the ADDITIONAL RESOURCES links as you study
Diffusion lab written up?
1. SOAPS discussed: DNA design
2. PPT: DNA, RNA & proteins
3. POGIL: Transcription
HW: Read/Take notes 12.4-12.5
Write up Diffusion lab C or D
Finish the transcription POGIL
1. Diffusion, etc. lab work stamped
2. Campaign speeches, etc
3. Discuss POGIL-ish: Water Potential
HW: DNA/RNA/Protein Synthesis vocabulary
Read/do a SOAPS Analysis: DNA explained
Next reading/notes: 12.4 & 12.5