Plan for 11/2

Sorry for not being there today.  In the mean time here is what I want you to work on while I’m out.

Biology:

    1. Use the page number listed on your notes (puzzle pieces) to get the notes on active transport.
    2. Then, watch the YouTube video on Active Transport (below) and take any additional notes and Highlight anything you already had. If you want to download the notes page and take notes on notability it can be found by clicking this link.
    3. Then take the 10 question T/F Quiz
    4. Finally, if there is time, answer the review questions with your table mates… or “tates” as I like to call them.

As a reminder… your Unit 4 test is Next Tuesday!

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Plan for 11/2

Sorry for not being there today. I am not feeling well and need to take the day to recuperate. In the mean time here is what I want you to work on while I’m out. Its separated by class:

Alpha:

    1. Watch the YouTube video on Active Transport (below) and take notes. If you want to download the notes page and take notes on notability it can be found by clicking this link.

  1. Then download (click here) and answer the review questions with your table mates… or “tates” as I like to call them.

As a reminder… your Unit 4 test is Next Tuesday!

A Period:

    1. Watch the YouTube video on Active Transport (below) and take notes. If you want to download the notes page and take notes on notability it can be found by clicking this link.

  1. Then download and complete the review activities below in Notability. Do this with your table mates… or “tates” as I like to call them, but everyone should complete their own.
    1. Review Questions
    2. Wordsearch
  2. We will go over both in class on Monday

As a reminder… your Unit 4 test is Next Tuesday!

Osmosis in the Kitchen (Lab)

Today we’ll start section two of Unit 4 discussing Passive transport, or the movement of materials from high concentration to low concentration without the use of energy. There are three types of Passive Transport, all of which are related:

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  1. Diffusion: Movement of ANY material from High to Low concentration
  2. Facilitated Diffusion: Diffusion of large materials that requires a transport protein to move across a membrane.
  3. Osmosis: Diffusion of water across a membrane. In your cells, osmosis is a type of facilitated diffusion because it requires Aquaporins to move the water across the cell membrane.

For more information on this process please watch, and take notes on, the video below. When you are finished, please complete Directions of Osmosis Table (PDF) & the Passive Transport Review Questions (PDF).

Cell Transport Review!

Cell Membrane:

  • The Cell Membrane
  • Phospholipid
  • Phosphate Head
  • Fatty Acid Tail
  • Semi-Permeable
  • Transport Protein
  • Marker Protein
  • Receptor Protein
  • Lipid Bilayer


Passive Transport (Diffusion & Osmosis):

  • Passive Transport
  • Passive Transport
  • Equilibrium
  • Diffusion
  • Facilitated Diffusion
  • Osmosis
  • Aquaporin
  • Isotonic
  • Hypotonic
  • Hypertonic
  • Concentration Gradient

Active Transport (& ATP)

  • Active Transport
  • Active Transport
  • ATP –Adenosine Triphosphate
  • ADP –Adenosine Diphosphate
  • Sodium-Potassium Pump
  • Exocytosis
  • Endocytosis
  • Phagocytosis
  • Pinocytosis