Lessons for Cell Reproduction

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  • The Genesis Project - A New Life Convention - … 's structural characteristics, • the animal's processes of life (growth, reproduction, movement, response/irritability, and adaptation), • the animal's phylum (invertebrates … ability to increase in size by either increasing cell size or adding on other cells. Reproduction: The process of producing life like oneself … on structural characteristics (e.g., type of skeleton, circulatory system, reproductive system) rather than on physical appearance or behavioural characteristics; – identify …
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  • How Do Cells Reproduce? - … cells come from pre-existing cells. Question: " Which process results in the production of more cells from pre-existing Cells?" The process is Cell Reproduction through cell division. Pivotal Questions: 1. Why should cells have the ability to reproduce? 2. What are the stages involved in cell division/reproduction
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  • Stop-Motion Mitosis and Meiosis - … the sequential movements of the models representing the process of cell reproduction (meiosis and/or mitosis). Students will present their finished videos … , Meiosis, Reproduction, Eukaryote, Prokaryote, interphase, prophase, metaphase, telophase, cytokinesis, cell cycle, Instructional Component Type(s): Lesson Plan Resource Collection: FCR-STEMLearn Cell Biology … the sequential movements of the models representing the process of cell reproduction (meiosis and/or mitosis). Students will determine whether you will …
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  • Bacteria - … . 2. Bacterial reproduction occurs in a number of stages. 3. Bacterial reproduction differs from mitotic reproduction in a single human cell. Materials For this … bacterial reproduction * Computer with Internet access * Clay for constructing models Procedures 1. Review with your students what they have learned about cell reproduction, concentrating on reproduction in bacteria. 2. Using print materials and the Internet, students should discover that reproduction in bacteria …
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  • Mitosis and Meiosis Field Project - … encourage students to research and differentiate the different steps of cell reproduction on their own. Then they must design, organize and create … overall unit plans for this lesson: Cell Reproduction This unit is structured around the science of Cellular Reproduction. Listed below is a list of objectives for this unit. It encompasses Chapter 9. * Describe how cell reproduction contributes to …
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  • Biology - … in a cell and the functions of that cell. e. Experiment with microorganisms and/or plants to investigate growth and reproduction. STANDARD III … of DNA. b. Explain the importance of DNA replication in cell reproduction. c. Summarize how genetic information encoded in DNA provides instructions … species' potential for adaptation to a changing environment. c. Relate reproductive isolation to speciation. d. Compare selective breeding to natural selection …
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  • Mitosis - … : Compare and contrast the general processes of sexual reproduction requiring meiosis and asexual reproduction requiring mitosis. Lesson Set-up: In this lesson … .arizona.edu/cell_bio/tutorials/cell_cycle/cells3.html) Introduce key vocabulary: cell, cell division, chromosome, DNA, mitosis. Have students visit Division to Multiply … on cell reproduction. QUIA- http://www.quia.com/jg/66180.html This Quia game tests students on cell reproduction, including mitosis and meiosis. CELLS ALIVE …
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  • Live Well Now to Live Longer Later - … do substances taken into our body affect cells and the cell cycle? What might disrupt the cell cycle? How do human diseases result … Project Work Ends * Cover units over Cell structures and functions and Cell reproduction and Control of the Cell cycle Pre-assess prior knowledge of … , knowledge of cells, cell reproduction, and basic human body. Procedures BEFORE: * Complete units on Cell Structures and their functions, Cell Reproduction, Control of the Cell Cycle, Pre …
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  • Dog DNA---A Recipe for Traits - … know that most cells have a nucleus, and inside the nucleus there is a set of chemical instructions for reproduction, called "DNA … know about cells, the nucleus, and DNA. Students should know that the DNA in a nucleus has instructions for cell reproduction. Guiding Questions … the cell prior to this lesson, particularly the nucleus, and remind students that the nucleus holds chemical instructions (DNA) for reproduction. Feedback …
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  • Skin Cancer 1: Exposing Healthy Skin... - … the basics about cells and cell division. Normal skin constantly produces new cells to replace older, dead cells. New skin cells result from cell division, which … cell division, ask them to use the Skin Cancer Investigation student E-Sheet to go to the Biological Basis of Heredity: Cell Reproduction and read about cell reproduction, particularly the somatic cells that are duplicated by the cell division process called mitosis. Students should use the Cell Division …
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