Amazing projects! I have placed links to everyones presentations below:
Kingdom Protista – Kayla and Ryland , link to the handout!
Kingdom Animalia – Emma, Maddie and Dayna., link to the handout.
Kingdom Fungi –
Kindgom Archeabacteria – Devyn, Justus, Nik, link to the handout
Kingdom Bacteria – Julia and Evan, link to the handout
Review for the Organization of Life unit is posted here. We will have an exam on Wednesday, April 12!
Team Task 2
Reproduction, Growth & Development:
- Are there certain cells specialized for reproductions, or can any cell give rise to offspring (binary fission, seed & spore dispersion, gamete production)?
- What are the stages of growth for the organism?
Cell & Body Structure:
- What is the basic body plan?
- What are the organism’s cells like?
- What are the cell walls made of?
- What are some specialized cells?
- How do organisms in your kingdom move (kinesis, taxis & locomotion)?
- How do they maintain homeostasis (biofeedback, fluid regulation and thermoregulation)?
Digestion, Transport & Excretion of Nutrients:
- How do organisms in your Kingdom acquire, breakdown, and transport nutrients in their bodies.
- How do organisms in your Kingdom remove toxic by-products and wastes from their bodies?
Sensing & Responding to the Environment:
All organisms respond to their environment!
- How do organisms in your Kingdom sense the environment (for food, for danger, for mating partners, light, touch, chemicals, gravity, etc.)?
- In what ways do they respond to what is sensed & defend themselves against threats such as pathogens & disease (behaviorally, structurally and physiologically)?
Your presentation should be ~ 5 minutes
You must create a one page handout (single sided) for the rest of the class – these will be used for the assessment
You will be given two class periods to work on this – Presentation is due to your blog by 9:00 am the third class day – be ready to present this day!
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Team Task 1: Energy transfer.
In your team groups:
To design, create and evaluate a model to demonstrate transportation of materials (energy into or out of the cell) at the interface of the cell membrane through the processes such as active (i.e. exocytosis, endocytosis) and passive (i.e. diffusion, osmosis, facilitated) transport. Yes – you will be creating multiple models (i.e. not just 2)!
You will only be given two class periods to work on this. You will need to research the above types of transport – make sure you have a clear understanding of each (will be on the assessment). State which model is created for a unicellular or multicellular organism (or both) and why. Analyze how intercellular and intracellular processes and biofeedback maintain homeostasis at the cellular level.
Models are due in three class periods (at the start of class = homework), you will be assigned a team to evaluate!