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Basilisk Lizard
Welcome! Warm Up Monday, October 15, 2012
Basilisk Lizard
The Common Basilisk ( Basiliscus basiliscus ) is a lizard found in Central and South American rainforests near rivers and streams. The basilisk eats insects, flowers, and small vertebrates. This lizard is also known as the Jesus Christ Lizard for its ability to run on the surface of water.
When startled, the Common Basilisk escapes by speeding to the nearest edge of water—and continues sprinting. The lizard runs on only its hind legs in an erect position, holding its arms to its sides. Its feet are large and equipped with flaps of skin along the toes; when moving quickly, the lizard can cross a surface of water before sinking. On water it runs an average speed of 8.4 km/h (or 5.2 mph), which is just a little slower than its speed on land. Question: How is it possible that this lizard can run on water?
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AP Biology
1. Warm ­ Up
2. Quiz
3. Finish Compound Building Activity ­ P2
4. Chapter 5 Lecture ­Continue Announcement
Due: Friday, October 19, Week 8 Assignments.
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Thalidomide was a drug used to treat morning sickness. Sadly, it also lead to the body converting one enantomer to another causing birth defects.
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Chapter 4 Notes: Isomers and Funconal Groups
III. Funconal Groups ‐ regions of organic molecules most commonly involved in chemical reacons ( Know Table 4.1)
A. Hydroxyl: ____________________________________________________________
Example: Ethanol
B. Carbonyl: ____________________________________________________________
Example: Acetone
C. Carboxyl: _____________________________________________________________
Example: Acec Acid
D. Amino: ______________________________________________________________
Example: Methylamine
E. Sulydryl: ___________________________________________________________
Example: Ethanethiol
F. Phosphate: ___________________________________________________________
Example: Glycerol phosphate
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NOVA Video
P4 Review
How life began video.
http://video.pbs.org/video/1790640610/
Answer the following questions:
1. How did life begin?
2. Why is understanding chemistry important to the origin of life?
3. Identify the two things needed for life?
Stop
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Quiz
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Finish Compounds Activity Aspirin
Build the aspirin molecule. What functional groups are on the aspirin molecule?
Plant extracts, including willow bark and spiraea, of which salicylic acid was the active ingredient, had been known to help alleviate headaches, pains, and fevers since antiquity. The father of modern medicine, hippocrates, who lived sometime between 460 BC and 377 BC, left historical records describing the use of powder made from the bark and leaves of the willow tree to help these symptoms.
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Chapter 5 Notes: The Structure and Funcon of Macromolecules
I. _____________ (means “many parts”)
A. Giant macromolecules…______________________________________________
B. 2 monomers are linked when 1 water molecules is removed= condensaon synthesis or ______________________________________________
*Energy and enzymes are also required.
C. Polymers are disassembled when water is added = __________________________
*Energy and enzymes are also required.
D. Analogy: ____________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________
II. Carbohydrates: _______________________________________________________________
A. Funcons:
1. _____________ for cellular work
2. Raw material for synthesis of other small organic molecules
3. _____________ component of cells
B. Types:
1. _______saccharides
a) Shape‐Rings
b) Example‐ Glucose 2. ____Disaccharides‐ 2 Mono’s
Example‐ Sucrose
3. _______ saccharides‐ Many Mono’s
a) Storage of glucose
1. __________‐ Plants store as granules in ________
2. __________‐ Animals store in _________________
b) Building Materials
1. _________‐ Makes up tough __________________
2. _________‐ Makes up _______________________
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Building More Molecules
Building Compounds Labs ­20
Glycine: NH2CH2COOH
Acetone: (CH3)2CO
Aspirin: C9H8O4 21
Lab Groups
Period 2 Groups
Group 5
Group 1
Lynn M
Chaffee
Julia L
Mazur
Matthew O
Close
Kendra S
Pardy
Rose B
Conlon
Elise K
Ran
Group 6
Group 2
David A
Faust
Alison M
Reichert
Benjamin Z
Freedman
Jessica B
Shanahan
Maureen M
Greason
Gregory T
Shea
Nathaniel F
Greason
Group 7
Group 3
Brett R
Green
Anna C
Teiche
Julia R
Griffiths
Dain S
Weisner
Natassja E
Haught
Nicholas P
Williams
Samuel P
Kallas
Group 4
Bailey R
List
Juliana­Francin OMa
Jacob F
Martin
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Lab Groups
Period 4 Groups
Group 5
Group 1
Joe M
Bartsch
Tiffany P
Carissa S
Block
Andreas W Loleas
Madison J
Bolejack
Riley K
Lee
McCormick­Dekker
Group 6
Group 2
Leah J
Bouillon
Maia A
McNett
Michael R
Chaffee
Ena T
Nimb
Reed H
Dolese
Max B
Schardein
Kyra M
Easley
Group 7
Group 3
Eman A
Faqihi
Ryann E
Shor
Joshua D
Feikes
Ivy B
Terry
Christina
Goessman
Georgia M
Wellman
Jeremy D
Greer
Group 4
Tess M
Haskin
Trevor N
Heater
Connor G
Juckniess
Aubrey M
Kollodge
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Carbohydrate Activity
Galactose
Glucose
Lactose
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Exit Questions
What type of bond links to sugar monomers?
A. Alkane linkage
B. Double bond
C. Hydrolysis bond
D. Glycosidic linkage Reminders
Week 8 Assignments due Friday, October 19
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Attachments
Web Quest Mental Health.doc

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