that the cell unit consists of three main parts:
1. The Cell: structure and function
2. Moving substances (Cell Transport): within the cell,
into/out of the cell
3. Work: Making ATP at the Cellular level
This week we will work on Part 3. Cellular Work: Making ATP.
Read and Outline (take notes) for text pages 56-64. This is the last part of the
chapter. You are now responsible for knowing the entire chapter.
Do Lab Book page 19 Fill in the Blank Notes-all.
Use these notes to help you.
The back of Page 19 may be a little confusing, so use the notes I gave
you last Wednesday on Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration to study for the
"Cell Metabolism" puzzle located on pg 25 LB. Cut
out the pieces and place them in the correct order on another sheet of
this page to help you. If you do not understand, please stop
any day per. 1 to get extra help. Due 10-22
Review Lab Book P. 18A-Front (Cell Transport and Tonicity) Then do
p. 18A-Back Cell CQS.
(For CQS #5.
this page to help you. Due 10-22
Answer these questions about
METABOLISM. Print a copy to be turned in
Wednesday. Due 10-22
Answer the Week 9 discussion Question on
the 3 part question, then answer back to at least one other person.
*Last weeks question was an interesting situation. Most of you
chose correctly in not eating the chips and drinking the salt water.
Though, you did not necessarily understand why. The bottom line
was that the salt from the chips and the salt water would set up a
HYPERTONIC situation in your body. A Hypertonic solution is one
that has more solutes (salt) and less water. This type of solution
would dehydrate your cells (pull the water out of the cells) and thus
dehydrate you even more. You must have water to live...so by
eating the chips and drinking the salt water, you would be shortening
the amount of time that you could stay alive...waiting for a rescue.
Go to Learningpoint -External
the Chapter 3 quiz at the
Text publisher's website,
(you will have to choose Chapter 3 tutorial quiz)
prepare you for the Test
Osmosis/ Diffusion Lab is due Wednesday 10-22
Answer these questions when writing your
Analysis and Conclusion:
Analysis: (Molecules you are
talking about are, starch, sugar, protein and water).
1 Which molecules passed through the
diala-Cell membrane? How do you know?
Explain your positive and negative controls.
2. Which molecules did not move
through the Cell membrane? How do you know?
1. Restate your Hypothesis. did
the results support your Hypothesis? Why or Why not?
2. Why did the results turn out this
way (discuss the attributes of each molecule. for example, Starch
is a polymer of thousands of glucose molecules and thus a very large
molecule ...so it could or could not pass through the membrane).
3. Does Diala-cell act like a cell
membrane? why or why not explain your answer.
Study for the CELL EXAM WEDNESDAY