Lessons for Cellular Respiration

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  • Flower Power - … show patterns of cellular organization. Key concepts include a) functions and processes of cells, tissues, organs, and systems (respiration, removal o wastes, growth, reproduction, digestion, and cellular transport). LS.5 The student will investigate …
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  • Healthy Ecosystems - … develops (by cell division), produces energy, adapts to changes, and respires (cellular-transforms chemical energy into a form useful to maintaining the …
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  • Surface to Volume Ratios - … in and out of it? Relate this to respiration and excretion at the cellular level. Class Data Chart Class Data -Rate of …
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  • Bacteria/ The Spread of Cholera Across the U.S. - … cells and tissues that underlie basic life functions including nutrition, respiration, cellular transport, biosynthesis and reproduction. Goals/Objectives: 1. Identify the cause …
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  • Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes - … and organ systems that perform specialized functions (for example, digestion, respiration, reproduction, circulation, excretion, movement, control and coordination, protection from disease … cell division and differentiation (for example, meiosis, mitosis, embryo formation, cellular replication and differentiation into the many specialized cells, tissues and …
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  • Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes - … and organ systems that perform specialized functions (for example, digestion, respiration, reproduction, circulation, excretion, movement, control and coordination, protection from disease … cell division and differentiation (for example, meiosis, mitosis, embryo formation, cellular replication and differentiation into the many specialized cells, tissues and …
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  • Cell Celebration! - … science concept to engineering Engineers rely on their knowledge of cellular function to control the growth of microorganisms. For example, engineers … of a cell that produces energy for the cell by respiration. nucleoid (P): The circular genetic material found in a coil …
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  • Dirty Decomposers - … anaerobic, thereby killing some decomposers (those that require oxygen for respiration) but allowing others (those that require little or no oxygen … molecules. The microbe will use the glucose for its own cellular needs, and release the phosphate into the soil, where it …
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  • How Fast Can a Carrot Rot? - … to work decomposing the carrot. A by-product of their respiration is hydrogen-sulfide gas, which has a characteristic, swampy aroma … & Concepts for Teachers; like all chemical reactions, those involved in cellular functions of the soil microbes, including those involved in decomposition …
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  • Classroom Aquaponics: Exploring Nitrogen Cycling in a Closed System - … as an essential component of proteins, nucleic acids and other cellular constituents. Nitrogen is abundant in the earth's atmosphere in … ions to nitrate . Plants then utilize nitrates for growth and respiration. Nitrogen taken up by plants is released as amino acids …
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