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Written for an introductory organic and biochemistry course, this exam will challenge your class. They label functional groups and stereocenters on drawings of molecules, draw structures given the name, complete drawings of chemical reactions, and answer questions about the characteristics of organic compounds. There are 13 problems in all, and a periodic table is provided for reference.
Young scholars explore the carbon cycle and the greenhouse effect. In this environmental awareness instructional activity, students work through a series of activities to identify carbon compounds, explain photosynthesis, and describe the impact of global warming. They will discuss the ways people can help create a natural balance. This instructional activity contains reference to a video, worksheets and a quiz.
Students explain the process of cellular respiration in their own words. In this biology instructional activity, students trace the electron path down the chain. They calculate the molecules and energy product of respiration.
Students work with models of substrates and of enzymes and test the digestion of lactose with lactase. They determine if digestion of lactose has or has not occurred.
Learners research the functions of a cell through using a variety of activities. They are focused on the end result of creating a model of the cell that is labeled with the parts of a cell and how they function.
Colorful pictures and graphics make this a visually-appealing presentation on animal nutrition. Be aware that two of the sixteen slides include blank graphic organizers, so you will need to find the other existing version of this PowerPoint, develop your own notes to give to your class, or skip those two slides altogether. Overall, this is an excellent tool for teaching about animal energy requirements, adaptations, and the digestive system.
Students explain that photosynthesis is a process that plants use to convert light energy into glucose. They summarize photosynthesis as a chemical process in which the plant uses carbon dioxide and water to form glucose and oxygen.
Second graders complete 2 lessons where they complete hands on activities to learn about diabetes, insulin, and type 2 diabetes prevention. In this diabetes lesson plan, 2nd graders use hula hoops, sidewalk chalk, tape, and more.
In this cellular respiration and photosynthesis worksheet, students read through the presented material and draw an illustration of the production of ATP. Students answer several short answer questions about the production of ATP, aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Students examine simple and complex carbohydrates. They take notes and complete a worksheet. They also research cookbooks and find recipes which shows the simple and complex carbohydrate groups.
Learners investigate how water passes through cell membranes. In this biology lesson, students differentiate osmosis and diffusion. They illustrate the movement of water in both processes.
Students compare and contrast cellular respiration in yeast and plant and animal cells. After discovering the role of yeast in making beer and bread, they describe the short and long term effects of alcohol on the nervous and digestive systems.
Students discover enzyme to substrate specificity. The experiment uses samples of glucose and lactose in combination with the enzyme lactase. Students observe the reaction between the lactose and the lactase; the lack of a reaction between the glucose and the lactase.
Students explore principles governing diffusion and osmosis. Students perform a dialysis tubing experiment. They obtain core samples of potato in varying concentrations of sugar-water to measure water potential of the potato cells. Data is collected and analyzed by using the Texas Instruments 82 graphing calculator. Students graph results.
Students investigate the similarities and differences of living things. Specifically, students will be able to identify the life processes of photosynthesis and describe the basic needs of plants.
Students pretend they are a food-quality tester. They develop a kit to test food for sugars, starches, proteins and lipids. They answer questions to complete the lesson.
In this metabolism test review, students define several terms. Students write balanced chemical equations for aerobic cellular respiration. Students complete several multiple choice questions.
In this molality worksheet, students determine the molality of a solution plus the mass percent and mole fraction. Students calculate the molal concentration of a solution. This worksheet has 12 problems to solve.
Students follow carefully designed instructions to bond silver to glass thus creating a mirror. The process used, Brashear's Process, uses sugar rather than formaldehyde to reduce the compounds, but many of the chemicals are dangerous, so care must be used.
In this photosynthesis worksheet, students learn how plants trap the sun's energy and the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis which includes the Calvin cycle. This worksheet has 5 true or false, 6 fill in the blank, 2 short answer, and 10 multiple choice questions.