Chapter 14 From DNA to protein
To understand one gene will give rise to one protein
To understand the central dogma of cellular/molecular biology
To understand the difference in transcription and translation in eukaryotes
To understand th
How Does Information Flow
From Gene to Protein
Central Dogma of Molecular
Central Dogma of Molecular Biology
Specific gene is copied into a
complementary RNA sequence
Messenger RNA (mRNA) formed
Lab 7: Kingdoms Plantae and Animalia
Anatomy of the Animal Cell
How are these organisms the same? How
are they different?
Both are eukaryotic multicellular organisms.
Mode of Nutrition: Photosynthetic
Plant cells contain a cell wall,
Identify the organelle that is stained with
iodine; identify its function
= starch storage
Lab 8: Photosynthesis
PS II & PS I
Lab Practical II Review
1. Be able to identify euglena, amoeba, paramecium
and identify which kingdom they are classified in.
2. Be able to
Notes for today
I will be passing around the practical signup
Study from the powerpoints
Some of you have quizzes to make up today
before you can leave!
Be able to differentiate animal and plant cell cytokinesis.
What are the structures forming
REMINDER: Chromosome Extra Credit
-Choose a chromosome 1-22, X, or Y and look for information on this chromosome and a
disease associated with it. Write a summary on the information you find. Make sure to
cite your sources! You will turn t
Observe the anatomy of a fetal pig
Anatomy of the fetal pig is very similar to that of a human
The pigs did not feel pain. They are the byproducts of the pork
industry and would have been discarded.
Plastic/model pigs are available for your