Chapter 7 EOC Questions
1a. light energy
b. light reactions
c. Calvin cycle
d. O2 released
e. electron transport chain
2. c. wateroxygen
Reason: O2 is produced from H2O and its H ions move to the CO2 to produce
3. b. ATP an
Making A Poster: Cell Diagram
Teacher name: Dr. K
Student Name _
The poster includes
All but 1 or 2 of the
are included on the
All but 3 or 4 of the
Review of Scientific Principles of Lipids
Cook foods in fat heated below the smoking point but above 212 F or 100 C (sea level) which is the
boiling point of water in a food.
Fat boils at a higher temperature.
More fat is absorbed in foods that have
A molecule or ion
that crosses the
moving down a
The net movement of a substance (liquid or
SUPER DUPER CELL WEBQUEST!
1. What is a CELL?
2. What does it mean to be UNICELLULAR?
3. Identify an organism that is UNICELLULAR: _
4. What does it mean to be MULTICELLULAR?
Levels of Organization
Cells: Level One
Within a multicellular organism there is a _ _ _. Division of
labor means that the work of keeping the organism alive is divided among the different parts of the body. Each
part has a
What is a Cell
What is a cell?
All living things are made up of _. Each cell is a sort of bag made from a sort of skin called
a _. The inside of the cell is _ and jelly-like. You cant see
them just using you eyes. You need a
Both in animal and in plant cells:
1. Mitochondrion is the _ of the cell. It is the site of _. It has a
_ membrane. The inner membrane is where most _ respiration occurs. The
inner membranes is _ with a very
Fatty Acids Background Information
Chemically, all fats and oils are built from glycerol molecules and fatty acids that are long
chains of from 4 to 24 carbon atoms (Feeling, 1991, p.96). Fats contain 3 fatty acid chains bonded to one
Learning Target: Describe the general structure, subunits, and examples for each of the four types of
macromolecules. Create models to show the arrangements of these molecules. Understand the process of
Task: Use you
Life Substances Notes
Period: _ Date: _
Introduction: All compounds can be classified in 2 broad categories:
1.) _ compounds- Contain _ and _
2.) _ compounds- Can have one or the other, but do not contain both carbon
Food for Thought
High School Lesson Plan
An astonishingly wide variety of foods is available to the American public today. In fact, deciding what to eat
can be very complicated. Dietary information can be overwhelming, containing technical langua
Topic: Lipid Worksheet
Summary: Students learn the structure and properties of lipid molecules.
Goals & Objectives: Students will be able to identify properties and structures of
triglycerides, phospholipids and cholesterol molecule
Topic: Monomer Polymer Worksheet
Summary: Students answer introductory questions about the monomers and polymers of
the four macromolecules.
Goals & Objectives: Students will be able to remember the four macromolecules.
Resource for Option #1
PROTEIN STUDY GUIDE
Protein is one of the most important constituents of our food because it is the chief constituent of
the body cell, of body tissues, and of body fluid.
List three reasons protein is needed
Topic: DNA Rap Lyrics
Summary: Students will write lyrics about DNA and DNA replication to their own
made-up rap song.
Goals & Objectives: Students will be able to explain the structure of DNA. Students will
be able to explain how D
Name: _ Date: _ Period: _
In this activity you will observe and compare unknown specimens in order
to compile a list of what characteristics you believe living things have to have.
The list will allow you to compare these spec