Chris and Aleisha
Nov. 30, 2001
Copyright, 1996 Dale Carnegie &
Diabetes is a disease in which your body is unable to
properly use and store glucose (a form of sugar). Glucose
backs up in the bloodstream - causing
Cyra Chiu and Luke
This is a hormone in the body which
increases heart rate and force of heart contractions
facilitates blood flow to the muscles and brain
causes relaxation of smooth mus
What controls the heart?
How does the message get from the
brain to the heart?
How does the heart beat and why?
What is so special about the heart?
Homeostasis in the Heart
Opiate receptor viewed by Johns
In 1973 scientists
discovered the opiate
These proteins control
biochemical pathways that
The discovery of these
receptors, led to the
revelation of what is now
known as endorph
Practice test Homeostasis
Circle the correct answer from the choices given below. 10 marks.
1) Which of the following best describe an action potential?
a) The depolarization of the myelin sheath.
b) The movement of electrons along
Hand in: Table of Results, Calculations, Analysis and References
Complete the experiment as designed on page 131 of your textbook. Collect data and
organize into a table.
Below are the results from a male student who did the VO 2max Lab at Otta
Testing Reflexes Lab
Abstract: Short summary of what you are doing, what you found and accuracy of results
Problem: Yours comparing males and females or anything else.
Introduction: Must include a properly formatted figure.
Lesson Plan: DNA Replication
This is a chalk n talk style lesson to explain the
processes involved in DNA replication.
The lesson is given
to the whole class.
Three models of DNA replication
Molecular Genetics: DNA
-many many ppl contributed to what we know
HW: p209, 1 &2
-(Alfred Hershey and Martha Chase) Hershey-Chase Blender: DNA P, viral protein S end of
DNA role debate:only DNA enters so only it i
You should understand all the following terms.
Labs and Assignments
Sensors and receptors
and the kidney, O2-CO2
Nervous system: Brain, Spine and
Neurons and Synapses
Lesson 1: Nucleic Acids > Isolating the Material of Heredity
Unit: Molecular Genetics
Description: In this lesson the students will be introduced to the structure and function of DNA. The
concepts of gene and gene expression
Use of DNA Fingerprinting in Forensic Science
This activity will demonstrate the use of restriction enzymes and electrophoresis in
making DNA fingerprints for identification of a criminal.
Part A Background Information
Restriction enzymes (RE) are used to
The Polymerase Chain Reaction
The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) provides an extremely sensitive means
of amplifying small quantities of DNA. The development of this technique
resulted in an explosion of new techniques in molecular biology (and a Nob
The Control of Genes will be explained by levels of chromosomal organization
from the double helix to the condensed chromosomes ready for cell division,
how genes are organized on the DNA lac operon as an
SBI4U Unit Outline
In this unit we will learn about genes and gene expression. We will explore the roles of
DNA, RNA, and chromosomes on cellular metabolism, growth and division. We will
consider the universality of the
Sample Test Genetics
Circle the most correct answer from the choices given. 1 mark each.
1) Which of the following is NOT part of DNA?
2) Segments of DNA in the Chromosome that code for a specif
You each must provide a sample of body tissue or fluid.You both pull out strands of hair
and hand them to the technician who places them in separate test tubes. In the test tubes
the DNA is extracted
You see the technician chopping the hair samples and ad
Examples of Restriction Enzymes
Enzyme Organism from which derived
(cut at *)
C* C/T C G A/G G
Bam HI Bacillus amyloliquefaciens
G* G A T C C
A* G A T C T
12U Bio Video Worksheet
Island of Dr. Moreau
Answer the following questions on lined paper in reference to the movie.
1) Why was Dr. Moreau trying to mix human and animal DNA?
2) What 3 things did he do to control his children?
Protein Synthesis and Mutations
Once you have completed steps a-g for the Protein Synthesis Acitivity (See metabolism). The following questions refer to mutations
in the original DNA gene (start to stop) sequence which is shown below:
To see more details on a Featured Gene, click on the symbol to the left or on the gene
symbol. If your gene of interest is not included on this list, you might find additional
medical information in the Online Mendelian Inheritence in Man (
All Saints High School
Course Summary Sheet
Level of Difficulty:
The Ontario Curriculum Science
This course furthers stude
12 BIOLOGY Transgenic Organism
A startup Biotech Company
You are looking at getting your best most intelligent friends together to form a Biotech
company and bid on a $100 000 000 contract. To apply for the contract you must present
a proposal using all m
12U Effects of Active and Passive Transport on Living Tissue
Purpose: a) What is the salt concentration in celery cells?
b) What effect does boiling have on the transport of dyes in yeast?
Hypothesis: a) and b)
Introduction Explain all the background info
4U Biology Media Presentations (8-10 minutes)
Bk: Atkins Diet
Bk: Fat Chance: beating the odd