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AP Biology Agendas

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Daily Objectives

By AP Biology
  • The student can justify the claim that humans can manipulate heritable information by identifying at least two commonly used technologies.
  • Explain the connection between the regulation of gene expression and phenotypic differences in cells and organisms.
  • Explain the use of genetic engineering techniques in analyzing or manipulating DNA.

Agenda

By AP Biology
  • Continue Chapter 15 summary for eukaryotic gene expression; due today
  • Review Chapter 13 summary (13.2 and 13.1 have already been covered)
  • Read Chapter 16 content
  • Molecular Genetics vocabulary quiz #2 is tomorrow; word list in Google Classroom

Agenda

By AP Biology
  • Complete Chapter 15
  • Complete Chapter 13
  • Begin Chapter 16
  • Molecular Genetics vocabulary quiz #2 is on Thursday; word list in Google Classroom

Agenda

By AP Biology
  • Complete Bacteria lab; due tomorrow; bacteria lab quiz tomorrow; know: bacteria structure and function, growth types, cell wall composition
  • Gram stains and peptidoglycan
  • Prelab for Transformation lab
  • Begin Chapter 15

Agenda

By AP Biology
  • Complete Chapter 24
  • Bacteria Lab; due Thursday; post lab quiz on Thursday; know:
  • Structure and function of bacterial parts
  • Growth forms of the bacteria

Agenda

By AP Biology
  • Killer Virus video; submit answers to questions
  • Complete Chapter 24
  • Submit reading guide
  • Prepare for Bacteria lab next week; drawing guidelines

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By AP Biology
  • Complete Chapter 17 (Chapter 19 in class set); review lytic and lysogenic cycles, prions, viroids
  • Review Chapter 4: compare and contrast prokaryote and eukaryote cells

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By AP Biology
  • DNA discovery timeline due; at least 11 discoveries should be represented
  • Chapter 14 reading guide; due Friday
  • Complete Transcription and Translation
  • Begin Chapter 17
  • Molecular Genetics vocabulary quiz this Thursday; word list is posted in Resources folder in Google Classroom

Agenda

By AP Biology
  • DNA discovery timeline due; at least 11 discoveries should be represented
  • Continue Chapter 14 summary
  • Chapter 14 reading guide; due Friday
  • Begin Chapter 17
  • Molecular Genetics vocabulary quiz this Thursday; word list is posted in Resources folder in Google Classroom

Agenda

By AP Biology
  • Chapter 14 summary
  • Create a historical timeline for the discovery of DNA (starting with T.H. Morgan and ending with Meselson and Stahl); due Monday Feb. 5

Agenda

By AP Biology
  • Complete Chapter 13
  • Begin Chapter 14
  • Create a historical timeline for the discovery of DNA (starting with T.H. Morgan and ending with Meselson and Stahl); due Monday Feb. 5