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Chemistry 1
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Ecology

Spring Break Assignment (EOC Review)

Create a color coded bubble (concept) map explaining the relationship of each set of words. We are looking for a complete an
d comprehensive
hand written
map
using colors
connecting these terms

.

This assignment will be added to the project category and is 5 % of the
overall
Chemistry 1
-
2 grade.

Key words (black)

Definition (red)

Connectors

Function (blue)

Structure or form (purple)

Energy transfer (orange)

Other

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Cells

(Due April 16
; ____ points)

1.

Parts of a Cell (Bacteria, bacterium, micro
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organism, cell membrane, cell
nucleus, cell wall, nucleus, chloroplast, cytoplasm, ribosome,
mitochondrion, organelle, organism, spherical, vacuole
)

2.

Monomers & Polymers (Monomer, polymer, carbohydrate, glucose, protein, amino acid, DNA, nucleotide, sugar, lipid, fatty acid
)

3.

Cellular tr
ansport (passive transport, active transport, absorption, molecule, boundary, lipid bi
-
layer, protein, regulate, diffusion, osmosis,
facilitated diffusion, net force, contraction, expansion, concentration, dissolve, nutrient, obtain
)

4.

Photosynthesis (System
, input, output, , carbon dioxide (CO2), glucose (C6H12O6), oxygen (O2), chemical ener
gy, atom, compound, molecule,
photosynthesis, chlorophyll, energy, energy chain, producer, light energy
)

5.

Cellular Respiration (Cellular respiration, system, inflow, outfl
ow, combustion, energy, carbon dioxide (CO2), glucose (
C6H12O6), ATP,
oxygen (O2), ATP)

6.

Enzymes

(
catalysis, chemical reaction, protein, pH, acidity, denature, temperature
)


Genetics
(Due April 30
: ____ points)

1.

Mitosis (chromosomes, genetic, DNA,
inheritance, nucleus, mutation, insertion, deletion, substitution, impact, environmental factors,
mutate
, asexual reproduction
)

2.

Genes (
Allele
,
DNA,
chromosomes, gene, trait, dominant, recessive, offspring, phenotype, genotype, genetic cross, heterozygous,
homozygous
, inherited, offspring
)

3.

Meiosis (meiosis, chromosomes, male, female, sexual reproduction, reproduce, sperm, ova
, inherited, dominant, recessive, offspring, pistal,
pollinator, stamen, gender, homologous, germination)

4.

DNA Replication
(complementary, adenine, cytosine, guanine, thymine, nucleic acid
, nucleus, nucleotides, gene, allele chromosome)

5.

RNA (mRNA, tRNA, DNA, adenine, cytosine, guanine, thymine, amino acid, protein, ribosome, complimentary, nucleus)

6.

Genetic Recombination (genet
ic engineering, DNA, transformation, virus, technology, consequence, trade
-
off, pesticides, toxin, mitosis,
mutation, mutate)


Ecology (Due May 14, 2012; ____ points)

1.

Cycle of Carbon (fossil fuels, carbon, light, carbon dioxide, water, plants, chloroplasts
, photosynthesis, glucose, cellular respiration,
mitochondria, combustion, thermal energy, biomass, decomposition)

2.

Nitrogen Cycle (nitrogen, ammonia, nitrate, bacteria, nitrogen fixing, plants, transpiration, water, amino acids, protein, an
imals, fungus,
d
ecomposition)

3.

Hydrologic Cycle (ice, glaciers, water, water vapor, clouds, evaporate, negative feedback, positive feedback, humidity, surfa
ce water,
groundwater, transpiration, respiration, photosynthesis)

4.

Populations (growth, decline, death rate (mortalit
y), birth rate (natality), immigration, emigration, population density, carrying capacity,
positive feedback, negative feedback; abotic, biotic)

5.

Energy Transfer (consumer, primary producer, secondary consumer, decomposer, predation, fungus, prey, parasite,

host, food web,
competition; abiotic, biotic)

6.

Biodiversity (ecosystem, niche, adaptation, boundary, succession, aquatic, estuary, field study, mammals, microorganism, habi
tat, abiotic,
biotic)

7.

Sustainability (resource, native, non
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native, endangered, rene
wable, nonrenewable, energy, impact, habitat, biodiversity; abiotic, biotic)


Evolution

(Due June 1; ______ points)

1.

Natural Selection

(
Species, classify, characteristic, acquired characteristic, adaptation, diversity, endangered, environment, natural
selection, population, selective pressure, survival, variation
)

2.

Evolution (Analogous structures, divergent, embryology, evidence, extinct, evolution, fossil, fossil fuels, genetic sequences
, homology,
homologous, species
)


Online
Self
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Tests:
http://www.sciencegeek.net/Biology/review/directory.shtml

BubbaBrain


Biology
http://www.bubbabrain.com/hs.php

Khan Academy:
http://www.khanacademy.org/

Video Reviews:
http://www.copernicusproject.ucr.edu/ssi/HSBiologyResources.htm

BiologyCorner:
http://biologycorner.com/bio1/

RegentsPrep:
http://regentsprep.org/regents/biology/biology.cfm

Chemistry 1
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Ecology


Completion

Quality

Accuracy

1 You complete at least one part of the
assignment, but definitely did not finish
multiple sections

1 The abundance of multiple sloppy
mistakes makes your work hard to read
and score

Or

The assignment is not handwritten

1 Multiple definitions or connections are
incorrect

2 You complete all but

one part of the
assignment

2 There are obvious mistakes you could
have fixed if you had taken more time and
care, but they do not make it difficult to
read your work

2 One definition or connection is incorrect

3 All parts of the assignment are done by
th
e assigned due date

3 All parts of the assignment are written
neatly and there are no smears or
smudges

3 All definitions and connections are
appropriate

4 All three review assignments are
completed and turned in early

4 Not only is your work neat with no

sloppy mistakes or smudges, but the
layout is clear and it is easy to read
everything

4 All definitions and connections are
appropriate


Please note that if Mr. Cochran turned in his example he would not necessarily get straight 4’s on the rubric, but t
his sample does
show you the basic idea we are looking for in this assignment.