Learning Objectives By the completion of part one of this chapter, you should have an understanding of: the cell theory, the structure and organization of cells, the features that distinguish one cell type from another, the characteristics of prokaryote and eukaryote cells, the various types of cell organelles and their functions, the various plasma membrane transport processes, the protein membrane flow defect that is responsible for the genetic disorder cystic fibrosis, the metric system and the ability to perform metric prefix conversions, the process of cell fractionation, electron microscopy, how to calculate the surface area and volume of cubes and spheres, how the surface area to volume ratios of cells, cubes or spheres change as these objects grow in size
Chapter Two Introduction
The above notes will be covered in class discussion and used for the "Cheers for Spheres Lab."
Click on the above hyperlink to view notes will be covered in class discussion and used for the "Onion Root tip Lab."
Colon cancer and NIH Questions
Faces of Mitosis Lab
CLICK on the above link to see class Onion root tip results: go to tab 5 on the excel sheet to see Campbell's Standards for graphing
Test Reviews Mitosis and Cancer
Meiosis Chapter 2
read pages 32-41 in Human Heredity text