Turn in concept maps -
Go over Grid-in questions for ecology exam.
M/C test correction option- due 2 weeks from now.
Finish O-molecule notes
Nobel Prize- Chem? fluorescent markers- e.c.- 5 pts- 1 page synopsis of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy- what it is, who was involved, how it works and what its significance is...
Lab investigation; Surface area to volume
Data table for this investigation:
On a separate sheet of paper, write/type up a results (include a graph) and conclusion for the investigation we did. Include a section on error analysis. - due Friday.
Design challenge: you and your design team are developing the design parameters for building the first artificial cell. What are the major structural components you would need to incorporate into your artificial cell design and what important function(s) would these structures serve? Select a group facilitator, note-taker, artist and spokesperson for your group- be ready to present in 20 minutes.
TED Talk: Craig Venter-
Craig Venter gives a presentation how his lab team created the first fully functioning, reproducing cell controlled by synthetic DNA. He explains how they did it and why the achievement marks the beginning of a new era for science.
The Inner life of a cell: one cell of a good video!
http://www.schooltube.com/video/298f6e0ddd0a626bc784/The-Inner-Life-of-a-Cell-Explained-HQ- narrated video
Voyage inside the cell- Youtube
Time to check in about your understanding of the Essential Learnings. Go to the following link and submit your responses. 30 minutes will be provided in class on Thursday.
Some great video reviews on cells:
Transport Across Cell Membranes