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Name:___________________________
Date: ____________Period:_____
Agenda Week of 12 Oct – 16 Oct 2009 Class website: www.marric.us/teaching
Unit 2 Cell Biology Exam 11/6/09
1. c. Students know how prokaryotic
Unit 2 Quiz 3 October 20, 2009
cells, eukaryotic cells (including those
from plants and animals), and viruses
1. Name two structures are found in every living cell?
differ in complexity and general structure.
Monday 10/12/09
- Cell City
HW: Study for Quiz #2
Ch.8 Science Notebook due 10/20/09
Tuesday 10/13/09 - Substitute
- Unit 2 Quiz 2 (15 min).
- Cell Basics Part 1 Notes
HW: Chapter 8 Science Notebook
2. _________________ is an anaerobic breakdown of
carbohydrates to produce a small amount of ATP.
3. Factors that increase the rate of diffusion of
molecules across a semi-permeable membrane are:
-
_________________________
-
__________________________
-
__________________________
-
_________________________________.
Wednesday 10/14/09 –Late Start
- Plant coloring
HW: Chapter 8 Science Notebook
4. Unlike the cell membrane, the cell wall is
__________________________________
Thursday 10/15/09 – Substitute
- Cell Basics Part 2 Notes
- Plant vs Animal cell Reading
HW: Chapter 8 Science Notebook
5. Two organelles that are common to plant cells but
not to animal cells are
_______________________________________
__________________________
Friday 10/16/09 – Substitute
- RNA Notes
- Cross word
HW: Chapter 8 Science Notebook
Parents/Guardian –
 I have reviewed my child’s activities and
homework for the week of 10/12/09 –
10/17/09.
 I understand that is important for me
to make sure that my child is
studying to be prepared for the
EXAM on 11/6/09 and has
completed all assignments this
week. Any late or missed work in
Unit 2 must be submitted by
10/23/09.
 No office hours this week as I will be
out of town on Tues, Thursday and
Friday.
Parent/Guardian Printed Name
6.The first stage of photosynthesis is ___________
_________________ AND the second stage of
photosynthesis is _______________________.
7.Aerobic respiration begins in the _______________
and ends in the _______________________.
8. Which two cell structures are involved in the
packaging and secretion of proteins?
9. Materials can be moved around within a cell through
the ____________________________.
Vocabulary
Vacuoles
Virus
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Golgi apparatus
Rough endoplasmic reticulum
Nucleolus
Peptide
Phospholipids
Mitochondria
Glycolysis
Nucleus
Organelles
Ribosomes
Pigment
Signature
Date
Bell Ringers: Week of 12 Oct – 16 Oct 2009
Monday – The hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon atoms in a glucose molecule are held together
by ____________________________bonds. The chemical energy in these bonds is stored for
future use. Explain how these bonds are made.
Tuesday - Identify the four most abundance
elements found in living things.
.
Wednesday –Which defines a cell?
A. microscopic organisms in water
B. protein molecules in animals
C. the basic unit of living things
D. the smallest type of animal
Explain
Thursday -. Elena is taking a guided hike through a New Hampshire forest in October to enjoy
the changing colors of autumn leaves. Her guide explains that the leaves change
color as the green pigment chlorophyll used in photosynthesis decomposes. Another
hiker asks the guide to explain photosynthesis. Which is the guide’s answer?
A. Photosynthesis is the process autotrophs use to make energy.
B. Photosynthesis is the process autotrophs use to make sugar.
C. Photosynthesis is the process heterotrophs use to make energy.
D. Photosynthesis is the process heterotrophs use to make sugar.
Explain.
Friday - The illustration shows a Siamese cat. In Siamese cats, an enzyme
determines the color of the fur. On the cooler places of the body, the enzyme
causes darker fur. On the warmer parts of the body, the enzyme does not
function. Which of the following statements best explains how temperature
affects this enzyme?
A.
Cooler temperatures denature the enzyme.
B.
Cooler temperatures cause more enzyme production.
C.
The enzyme is active in a specific temperature range.
D.
Heat allows the enzyme to break down white pigment.
Name:________________________________ Date:________________ Period:_______
Unit 2 Quiz 3
1. Name two structures are found in every living cell?
2. _________________ is an anaerobic breakdown of carbohydrates to produce a small amount of
ATP.
3. The first stage of photosynthesis is ___________ _________________ AND the second stage
of photosynthesis is _______________________.
4. Aerobic respiration begins in the _______________ and ends in the
_______________________.
5. Which two cell structures are involved in the packaging and secretion of proteins?
6. Materials can be moved around within a cell through the ____________________________.
7. A cellular process in which one molecule of glucose is broken down via a number of steps to
produce a total of 38 ATPs is called ______________________________.
8. Factors that increase the rate of diffusion of molecules across a semi-permeable
membrane are:
- _________________________
- __________________________
- __________________________
- __________________________.
9. Unlike the cell membrane, the cell wall is __________________________________
_______________________________________
10. The type of particle transport that requires input of energy from the cell is
______________________.
11. Two organelles that are common to plant cells but not to animal cells are
_________________________________________________________________
Vacuoles
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Rough endoplasmic reticulum
Peptide
Mitochondria
Virus
Golgi apparatus
Nucleolus
Phospholipids
Glycolysis
Pigment
Ribosomes
Organelles
Nucleus
_________________________
A. a colored molecule like chlorophyll.
_________________________
B. site of aerobic cellular respiration (krebs cycle and electron
transport chain)
_________________________
C. small structural units that perform specific functions in cells.
_________________________
D. first step in the breakdown of glucose occurs in the cytoplasm.
_________________________
E. membrane-bound organelle where DNA is stored in eukaryotic
organisms.
_________________________
F. organelles involved in protein synthesis using coded information
from the nucleus located in the cytoplasm.
_________________________
G. membrane-bound storage organelle
_________________________
H. dense area within the nucleus where ribosomal RNA is produced.
_________________________
I. a non-living biological active structure make of a protein coat
and nucleic acid core.
_________________________
J. bond between amino acids
_________________________
K. molecules that make of cell membranes composed of a
hydrophilic head and hydrophobic tails.
_________________________
L. membrane-bound, site of protein synthesis, modification, and
packaging
_________________________
M. membrane-bound, site of lipid synthesis, modification, and
detoxification
_________________________
N. membrane-bound organelle involved in packaging materials for
cellular export.
Which identifies the relationship between photosynthesis and cellular respiration?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Both processes generate energy for cell use.
Both processes release energy for cell use.
The products of one process are used as reactants by the other process.
The reactants of one process are also the reactants of the other process.
Membranes sacs containing light-absorbing molecules such as chlorophyll are called
A. grana.
B. pigments.
C. stomata.
D. thylakoids.
Matching
1_____. creates energy for the cell
2_____. produces proteins
3______unwanted substances would build up in the cell without this organelle
4_____. contains the cell’s DNA
A. lysosome
B. Mitochondria
C. Nucleus
D. ribosome