Bioenergenics

Learning Goals
1. Describe the role of ATP in biochemical reactions.
2. Compare the basic transformation of energy during photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
3. Describe the fundamental role of plastids (chloroplasts) and mitochondria in energy transformations.
Complete the following assignments to build the knowledge you need to achieve these Learning Goals.

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Read Sections 4.1, 4.2 and 4.4 in your textbook (beginning on page 100): Direct link to textbook resources or use the packet below.


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Learn 2. Your Flashcard set for this unit is CCTI Keystone Bio-Bioenergetics

Download, print or play online. You must master these words before you attempt the End of Unit Test.
All students must take the Vocabulary Quiz. Be sure to make a note of any words you miss.
Did you get 100%? Great! You can move on to the video introduction or the textbook and/or powerpoint for this section.
Not such a good score? Go back and study the cards for the words you missed and try again on Vocabulary Quiz 2.
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Not required, but good information:


Education Portal on this topic Metabolic Biochemistry

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Spark notes on Cell Respiration

Spark notes on Photosynthesis










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Section 4.1 Chemical Energy and ATP

Learn Section 4.1: Choose one below.

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Learn 1. A video introduction to Section 4.1: What ATP is and How it works

Some questions to consider as you watch the video. Copy and paste them into a word document so you can answer them, and print it out to show Mrs. Dougherty and get your points.
1. What does ATP stand for? Draw the molecule the way they show it in the video.
2. What is the definition they give for ATP? How does it differ from the definition you have on your flashcard set?
3. What type of energy is stored in ATP? How is it released?
4. ATP breaks into two parts when it releases the energy, what are they?
5. Where is the ADP molecule recharged?
6. What is added to ADP to make it ATP again?
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Learn 2. Create a SIMPLE model of the ATP-ADP recycling process.

Use playdoh, paper, model magic, mini marshmallows and toothpicks etc. Make sure your model is FUNCTIONAL. For example, you should be able to remove the third phosphate group and put it back on. Be sure you can explain it to Mrs. Dougherty or you will lose points.
Here is the rubric. .
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Assess: Choose one of the two below

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Assess 1: Take Section 4.1 Quiz Online

ATP Quiz on Discovery Education.

Note, you may take the quiz more than once, but make sure you are ready for it the second time! Your scores will be averaged together.

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Assess 2: Complete the 4.1 Assessment questions on pg 102

Direct link to textbook resources
You should have received a text message with the username and password. If not, please contact me through the discussion tab. You will need to verify that you are a student and then I will give you the information.
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Section 4.2: Choose one assignment

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Hands on: Make a model of a chloroplast “doing” photosynthesis

(see text page 104)


You should have received a text message with the username and password. If not, please contact me through the discussion tab. You will need to verify that you are a student and then I will give you the information.
Use this rubric to make sure you are getting it "right".
Due
1/16/14
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Book Smart 1: Take Section 4.2 Quiz

You must score an 80% or write each question with it's explanation. So STUDY before you take the quiz or write afterwards!
Due 1/16/14
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Book Smart 2: Complete the 4.2 Assessment questions on pg 105

Write your answers in complete sentences. Make sure you understand what the question is asking.

You should have received a text message with the username and password. If not, please contact me through the discussion tab. You will need to verify that you are a student and then I will give you the information.
Due
1/16/14


Section 4.4: Choose one assignment.

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Hands on 1: Make a model of a mitochondrion “doing” cellular respiration

(see text page 114)



Use this rubric to make sure you are getting it "right"

You should have received a text message with the username and password. If not, please contact me through the discussion tab. You will need to verify that you are a student and then I will give you the information.
Due
1/22/14
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Hands on 2: Make a power point or Prezi about this section.

4 Clip Minimum (email or save on “h” Drive)
Due
1/22/14
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Assess 1: Take Section 4.4 Quiz


You must score an 80% or write each question with it's explanation. So STUDY before you take the quiz or write afterwards!
Due
1/22/14
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Assess 2: Complete the 4.4 Assessment questions on pg 115

Write your answers in complete sentences. Make sure you understand what the question is asking, and answer the question completely to show that you fully understand the concept.
Due
1/22/14


LAYER TWO: Lab Activities Choose ONE

MUST BE DONE IN CLASS
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Rates of Photosynthesis Lab on Page 106 of the Textbook. You must notify Mrs. Dougherty 1-2 days before you want to complete this lab. It is preferable that you complete it with one or two lab partners (no more than 3 students... if you have four, break into two groups and perform two labs).
Complete the Analyze and Conclude Questions 1-7 on page 107 after completing the lab. Compare your data with other lab group's data if possible to look for inconsistencies or errors.
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Cellular Respiration Lab on page 126 of the TextbookYou must notify Mrs. Dougherty 1-2 days before you want to complete this lab. It is preferable that you complete it with one or two lab partners (no more than 3 students... if you have four, break into two groups and perform two labs).
Complete the Analyze and Conclude Questions 1-5 on page 126 after completing the lab. Compare your data with other lab group's data if possible to look for inconsistencies or errors.
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Review


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Study Guide to read


Additional helpful materials to test your understanding and practice your vocabulary. The final one should be a big help in developing your Learning Goals Essays. We will work on these together during the in class review days.

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Learning Objectives

1. Describe the role of ATP in biochemical reactions.
2. Compare the basic transformation of energy during photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
3. Describe the fundamental role of plastids (chloroplasts) and mitochondria in energy transformations.
Summarize what you have learned in this unit, as well as your textbook and suggested online resources to answer these questions. Additional information below may help you with answering these questions. Also, the videotaped lecture on Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis is specifically designed to address these goals. Please Note: Before you hand in your final copy, you should show your responses to Mrs. Dougherty to make sure you are on the right track. They will be graded on the 3 point scale used by the State of PA to score Open-ended questions on the Keystone Exam. Here are those guidelines.

Bioenergenics Unit Exam 1/24/14




Want MORE?
Video resources.

Here are resources I have used with other classes. Feel free to utilize them as you study for your test.

Here is a a good study guide for understanding how plants work.
All about plants
Here are some study materials to help you prepare.
(from the old (Blue) book, this is an alternative assignment to the required Learn 1 activity for Photosynthesis.)





Photosynthesis is the process that creates all the food energy on earth. This process is so important, that life depends on it.

Understanding Photosynthesis

If you can answer the questions on this document from memory, you are prepared!



Photosynthesis is the process of creating glucose out of carbon dioxide, water and sunlight. In order to create sugars, like glucose, you need to have chlorophyll, the green pigment in the thylakoids in chloroplasts.



Here are the complete notes. You can quiz yourself with the blank notes below...



As you see, Photosynthesis and Cell Respiration are very closely related. In Cell Respiration we are taking the starches made by plants out of the sun's energy, water and carbon dioxide and turning it into ATP, with the by products, water and carbon dioxide.

Cell Respiration





You should see how Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration are dependent on each other.

One final note, in animal cells ONLY cellular respiration occurs (since they do not have chloroplasts), but in plant cells BOTH cellular respiration and photosynthesis occur.