Lessons for Chloroplasts

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  • Photosynthesis: Unit Plan - … of chloroplasts. These questions will include: • What do we know about chloroplasts? • Why do we think that photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplasts? These … following structures: a. Thylaokid membrane b. Thylakoid stroma c. Chloroplast membrane d. Chloroplast stroma 2. The electron transport chain is located in … following structures: a. Thylakoid membrane b. Thylakoid stroma c. Chloroplast membrane d. Chloroplast stroma 3. Accessory pigments: a. Add color to plantd …
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  • Using Spectrophotometers to Examine Photosynthetic Rates Under Various Qualities of Light - … rates can easily be indirectly measured by using an isolated chloroplast suspension and a chemical, 2,6-dichlorophenol-indophenol (DCIP). DCIP … help them understand why the treatments they applied to the chloroplast suspension produced the data that they collected. Klondike Middle School … how successful the isolation process was for the initial chloroplast suspension (The more chloroplasts that are present, the faster the DCIP will …
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  • The Link between Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration - … diagrams of the chloroplast and the mitochondria, and briefly explain the function of each structure.Page 3 Student Chloroplast and Mitochondrion Diagram … to complete the diagrams of the chloroplast and mitochondria. Presentation Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration.ppt Page 3 Chloroplast Structure and Function.pdf The … Cells.pdf Students will label a mitochondrion and a chloroplast. Page 3 Chloroplast Structure and Function.pdf Students will research text and …
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  • 10.6 Cell Organelles: Mitochondria, Chloroplasts, and Ribosomes - … . (link) * The class fills out the chloroplast guided notes. (file) * We then watch the chloroplast video from YouTube (link). This is a slightly silly video, however it has a good comparison of a chloroplast to … the chloroplast as a restaurant and why you can call ahead for different areas of seating (the different membranes on the chloroplast
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Cellular Energy - … energy for life processes. NSS12 3.5 Plant cells contain chloroplasts, the site of photosynthesis. Plants and many microorganisms (e.g … . A focus will be placed upon the plant cell and chloroplast, the organelle responsible for photosynthesis. Anticipatory Set: The students will … and Media Projector PROCEDURES: Beginning Review: Students will review the chloroplast and pigments involved in photosynthesis. There will be a discussion …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Feed Me: How Plants Get Their Food - … segment we will learn more about chloroplast. We will find out the three things the chloroplast uses to help the plant grow … the pictures taken from the Intel-Play microscope highlighting the chloroplasts and enlarging the openings in which the air enters. The … . What are the three things chloroplasts use to help the plant grow? 5. What did the chloroplasts make? 6. How does the … are the three things chloroplasts use to help the plant grow? 1. 2. 3. 5. What did the chloroplasts make? a. beef …
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  • Making and Releasing Energy: Mitochondria and Aerobic Respiration - … • To learn how energy cycles between chloroplasts and mitochondria • To learn the constituents and functions of chloroplasts and mitochondria • To understand the … own ribosomes electron transport systems in their inner membranes ATPases (chloroplast in the thylakoid; mitochondria in the inner membrane) pH gradients … chloroplasts and photosynthesis because it is easier to understand. They need to remember during this session that energy first comes to chloroplasts
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Life Systems - Interacting Organisms - … – identify organelles in cells through observation (e.g., vacuole, nucleus, chloroplast) and explain their functions; – use appropriate vocabulary, including correct science … cell - release energy that powers cell PLASTIDS (green - chloroplasts) - found in green plants - chloroplasts help in manufacturing and storage of food - contains … reticulum nucleoplasm nucleolus nuclear membrane Golgi Body plastids chromatin network chloroplasts vacuole microtubule/filament cytoplasm centriole flagella/cilia cell wall lysosome …
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  • Parts of a Cell - … membrane, cell wall, cytoplasm, vacuole, mitochondrion, endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus, and chloroplast); b) similarities and differences between plant and animal cells NSES … can grow upwards ? Nuclear Membrane – controls what enters/leaves nucleus ? Chloroplast – contains chlorophyll; energy producer ? Cytoplasm – jellylike; site of most cell … membrane, cell wall, cytoplasm, vacuole, mitochondrion, endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus, and chloroplast); d) similarities and differences between plant and animal cells NSES …
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  • Plasmolysis in Elodea Plant Cells - … of the cell.) Describe the shape of these chloroplasts. (Ovals.) Why are these chloroplasts green? (They are green because of the presence of chlorophyll, the light-absorbing pigment necessary for photosynthesis.) Were the chloroplasts stationary or moving around the cell? (They should have been moving.) Why were the chloroplasts moving around? (The …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
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