Unit 4 Lesson Project: Energy For Life Cellular Respiration & Anaerobic Respiration
All throughout this unit, you have learned what is Biology and what it is about. All of the activities and applies have been preparing you to complete this unit project. Now it is time to demonstrate what you have learned. Some questions may require you to research ahead in your textbook or to review information from previous chapters.
- Click on the link in the Red Box to view the Project Rubrics for this project.
- Both Section A and Section B are required for the Project.
- You must follow all instructions to avoid losing points on the assignment.
- All attached submission MUST have a proper header that include your name and assignment title.
|Your Name: John Doe Doe|
|Your Assignment Title: Unit 1 Lesson 1: What Is Biology|
Section A: Short Answer Questions (40 points)
Answer the questions in space provided. (150 word minimum response)
- In your own words describe how autotrophs and heterotrophs obtain energy. (150 word minimum response)
- Starting with carbon dioxide and water, summarize the process of photosynthesis. (150 word minimum response)
- Describe the mitochondrion and its role in aerobic respiration. (150 word minimum response)
- Compare the advantages of aerobic and anaerobic respiration. (150 word minimum response)
Section B: Virtual Lab (60) points: Respiration
ALL LABS REQUIRE A COMPLETE AND PROPERLY FORMATTED LAB REPORT; ANY ASSIGNMENT THAT DOES NOT HAVE A LAB REPORT WILL BE GIVEN A FAILING GRADE. A SAMPLE REPORT FORMAT CAN BE FOUND ON THE LINK BELOW.
- Biology Lab Report Outline
- To open the links below, right click on the link and open it in a new tab or window.
- This lab requires that you vist each link listed on this page, and takes notes and observation on everything you see.
- THERE WILL BE NO EXCUSE ACCEPTED AS TO WHY YOU CANNOT PROVIDE A PROPERLY FORMATTED REPORT.
Respiration in bacteria
Investigating Bacterial Growth
- Right click on the link below and open in a new tab or window.
- Next complete the lab title "Investigating Bacterial Growth"
Once you have completed the lab, answer the following writing prompt:
- Your are a microbiologist. The owner of a restaurant hires you to examine a sample of preserved vegetables that appears to have spoiled in its can. The metal can only contains vegetables and water. It appears to have been sealed tightly, but the sides of the can have bulged. Could bacteria in the can have survived the canning process and caused the sides to bulge?
|Key Points To Remember|
|1. Unless you are asked for a list, ALL answers to the questions should be written in complete sentences, utilizing proper lesson vocabulary, grammar, and punctuation.|
|2. If you are asked to draw any images for an assignment, pictures from the internet will not be accepted as a substitute.|
|3. If you have to complete a virtual lab, all labs require a complete and properly formatted lab report. A link to a sample report can be found in the lesson folder; a second report outline is also located on the lab assignment page.|
|YOU WILL RECEIVE A SCORE REDUCTION IF ANY OF THE ABOVE COMPONENTS ARE REQUIRED AND YOU DO NOT MEET THOSE REQUIREMENTS.|