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Agenda Week of 17 March – 21 March 2008 Unit 6 Physiology Exam 5/13/08
Class website: www.marric.us/teaching
Monday 3/17/08
- Ch 36 Sci Notebook
HW: Study for Unit 6 Quiz 1
Tuesday 3/18/08 (LEAP 2:30 -3:30)
- Unit 6 Quiz 1
- Steelhead Trout Anatomy
HW: Ch. 36 Sci Notebook due 4/1/08
Ch. 37 Sci Notebook due 4/8/08
Wednesday 3/19/08 –Late Start
- DFG Salmonid Life Cycle
HW: Ch. 36 Sci Notebook due 4/1/08
Ch. 37 Sci Notebook due 4/8/08
Thursday 3/20/08 – Holiday
Friday 3/21/08 – Holiday
Parents/Guardian –
 I have reviewed my child’s activities and
homework for the week of 3/17/083/21/08.
 Spring Break begins on Thursday
3/20/08. Classes resume on Monday
3/31/08.
 I understand that is important for me to
make sure that my child is ready for the
quiz on 4/1/08, and has completed all
assignments this week.
 I understand if my child needs to retake a
quiz that the original quiz with corrected
answers, signed by a parent, must be
turned in when the quiz is retaken on
Tuesday after school.
Parent/Guardian Printed Name
Unit 6 Quiz 2
4/1/08
1. The nose is protected from pathogens by
2. What are the major structures of the immune
system?
3. Antibodies are produced by
4. Disease can be caused by
5. After a virus is trapped by mucus in the nose,
it is usually
6. Transplanted organs that are rejected by the
new body are destroyed by
7. The part of the pathogen that is remembered
by the immune system is
8. The HIV virus attacks
9. What is the function of the immune system?
10. An organism develops active immunity as a
result of
Vocabulary
Antibiotics
Antigen
Helper T-cell
HIV
Killer T-cell
Signature
Antibodies
Bacteria
Histamine
Disease
Vaccine
Date
Bell Ringers: Week of 17 Mar – 21 Mar 2008
CST Review Questions
Monday –Which of the following explains why natural selection acts on the phenotype of an organism
instead of its genotype?
A Phenotypes directly influence the interaction of an organism with its environment.
B Genotypes do not change except by the process of transcription.
C Genotypes change in direct response to habitat changes.
D Phenotypes can be inherited by offspring.
Explain
The inheritance of a trait in humans is best described as being determined by ________________
A a single allele.
B one or more pairs of alleles.
C one pair of chromosomes.
D the sex chromosomes of the offspring.
Explain
Tuesday - In pigeons, the allele for normal feathers (F) is dominant to the allele for frizzy feathers (f).
If a purebred, normal-feathered bird (FF) is crossed with a
frizzy-feathered bird (ff), how many different feather
phenotypes are possible in the offspring?
A 1
B 2
C 3
D 4
Explain
Which of the following processes allows the cells of an organism to use carbon from the environment?
A mitosis
B fertilization
C transpiration
D photosynthesis
Explain
Wednesday –
How is natural selection in the evolution of long necks in giraffes best explained?
A Shorter-necked giraffes were killed by long-necked giraffes.
B Giraffe necks grew longer because of the bone structure of the animals.
C Giraffes with longer necks survived because they were better suited to the environment.
D Long-necked giraffes mated only with other long-necked giraffes.
Explain
Thursday/Friday – Holiday
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The nose is protected from pathogens by mucus
What are the major structures of the immune system? Skin, white blood cells and lymph nodes
Antibodies are produced by B cells.
Diseases can be caused by viruses.
After a virus is trapped by mucus in the nose, it is usually destroyed in the stomach
Transplanted organs that are rejected by the new body are destroyed by killer T cells.
The part of the pathogen that is remembered by the immune system is the antigen.
The HIV virus attacks helper T cells.
What is the function of the immune system? Protect against bacteria and viruses
An organism develops active immunity as a result of producing antibodies in response to a vaccination.
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