Click the link below to access your Unit 5 test.
You must be logged into drive.google.com as your @gocathedral.com account to access the test.
Here is the Biology Study Guide Key . Below is all of the YouTube videos from this semester as a playlist. You can skip past the stuff you’re good on and go on to the next. Good luck!
Thats right, today in class we will be making monsters based on their DNA code.
First make sure you get BOTH hand outs from the table up front. Then follow the directions on the front page to draw the Monsters on the back page. Here’s what you do:
There You Go! That’s how easy it is to make a monster… sort of. Either way, this is great practice doing transcription and translation which are the two steps of Protein Synthesis. So have fun and I’ll see you again soon!
Only one test per group. Only one member of the group should have their iPad open. You must be logged into google.com as your @gocathedral.com account to access the test.
Today in Bio, we’ll be starting our work on our Replication Models. They are great visuals of how the process of replication actually looks. In order to complete the model you will need the following:
This is a large undertaking and will take us a few days to complete. To keep track of our progress there are checkpoints listed in the directions as well as a photo journal to keep. The photo journal should include several pictures of you and your group working as well as a description of what is taking place on your model.
When you are finished, you will hang your model somewhere in the school building for all to see. Then snap a picture of it hung up and email it to me, along with your completed photo journal, at email@example.com
If you need a refresher of how DNA replication works, here are the notes from the other day. Have fun and good luck!
Today we’ll begin our long journey through the amazing world of DNA.
As we begin to look forward to a fun filled few weeks, its at this point that we look back into the past and discuss the important people who’s contributions and life’s work answered some of life’s biggest questions.
If you are using Puffin: Go to http://www.DNAi.org and click timeline, there you will a see a list of scientists broken up by decade. Use the web quest to determine which scientists to look up. You can read their biographies by clicking their picture. You can also have them tell you their story by clicking the animated icons above them.
Together the contributions come together to fit like pieces of a puzzle (Read Here) and the shape of the DNA molecule was finally uncovered.