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Agenda

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  • Continue Chapter 10 summary
  • Submit Chapter 10 reading guide
  • Review Meiosis Pop bead activity
  • Cell Division lab quiz tomorrow; know: the stages of mitosis in order, the organisms that we studied in the lab, the function of an ascospore, the dependent variable in the mitosis part of the lab, definitions (e.g.s crossover, map units, etc.), and the two case studies

Agenda

By AP Biology
  • Complete Reading assignment from yesterday; due Thursday December 1st
  • Complete Cell Division trifold preparation; gallery walk tomorrow
  • Read Chapters 10 & 11

Daily Objectives

By AP Biology
  • The student is able to construct a representation that connects the process of meiosis to the passage of traits from parent to offspring.
  • The student is able to evaluate evidence provided by data sets to support the claim that heritable information is passed from one generation to another generation through mitosis, or meiosis followed by fertilization.

Daily Objectives

By AP Biology
  • Describe similarities and/ or differences between the phases and outcomes of mitosis and meiosis.
  • Explain how meiosis results in the transmission of chromosomes from one generation to the next.

Agenda

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  • Chapter 6: Feedback inhibition and homeostasis
  • Discuss apoptosis (see page 330)
  • Test review; test tomorrow
  • Complete data collection for lab; Cell Division lab trifold due Wednesday November 30 (gallery walk)

Agenda

By AP Biology
  • Cell Division lab:

1.Review cell overview slides (class)

2.View Part 2 of lab (page S87 of lab manual in Edmodo)

3.Do “Counting Cells and Analyzing Data” on page S88

4.We will look at the Chi square analysis at another time

5.Do Part 4 and 5 of lab

6.View HeLa Case study slides (Website)