Zoology- Mollusk Test Friday!

Phylum Mollusca

Class Cephalopoda:

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Class Cephalopoda includes animals with heads and a muscular foot in the form of tentacles.  Cephalopods include octopus, squid, cuttlefish, and the only one that has a n external shell- the nautilus.  Cephalopods are the most intelligent invertebrates.  Today, we will be discussing the decapods- the squid with 10 arms instead of 8.  Please make sure you are keeping up with vocab and studying notes.  

Vocab Quiz Thursday

Mollusk Test Friday 9/21

  1. Unit 4 VocabMolluscaAnnelidafilled
  2. Body Systems Chart
  3. Phylum Mollusca NotesMollusca2-1igphhg
  4. Body Systems ClozeOrganSystemsCloze-1lc8ap1
  5. Chiton Color Code
  6. Clam Color COde and Label
  7. Shape of Life:Mollusks
  8. Class Cephalopoda Notes (in #3 above)
  9. Mollusca Review WS
  10. Mollusk TEST ReviewMollusca ReviewNAME-zdmbgv

Unit 3 Digestive System!

The digestive system is a group of organs working together to convert food into energy and basic nutrients to feed the entire body. Food passes through a long tube inside the body known as the alimentary canal or the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract). The alimentary canal is made up of the oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestines, and large intestines. In addition to the alimentary canal, there are several important accessory organs that help your body to digest food but do not have food pass through them. Accessory organs of the digestive system include the teeth, tongue, salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas. To achieve the goal of providing energy and nutrients to the body, six major functions take place in the digestive system:

  • Ingestion
  • Secretion
  • Mixing and movement
  • Digestion
  • Absorption
  • Excretion

 

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Interactive Notebook:

LS-46-Unit 1/2 sheet112UNIT III STUDY SHEET-dig and uri 2017-vqytti

RS- 47- Top 1/2-Unit title page w/ tab, sketch/pics related to system, title of unit

           

LS-48- Written warm-up page

RS- 49- Warm-up Pocket

LS-50- Digestive System PictureIntro activity for digestive drawing (50 and 51)

RS- 51- Digestive System Questions

LS-52- Layers of GI PIC

RS-53-Functions of Digestive system, INTroFunctions of system, layers [Autosaved]-14jhksr 

LS-54- Digestive Color Code

RS-55- Digestive Organs Part 1Digestive System Organs-26gvm7t

DIGESTIVE STRUCTURE QUIZ FRIDAY 9/21!

Anatomy- Blood Quiz Wednesday

4th Period Anatomy-  Components of Blood Quiz Wed. 9/12 Unit 2 TEST Th. 9/13

Interactive Notebook-

LS-12- Unit 2 Half Sheet

RS-13- Unit Title Page (with tab, pic, name , period, unit title)

LS-14- Written warm-up page

RS- 15- warm-up pocket

LS-16- Respiratory System Sketch with labels (text p. 832)

RS-17-  Functions of Respiratory organs ( nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchus(pl. bronchii), bronchiole, lungs, alveolar sacs

LS-18-Bronchial Tree Color CodeLS-Bronchial Tree Directions 

RS-19-Respiratory Organs and Functions- Upper and Lower Tract

LS-20-How do You Breathe LS how do you breathe- Inst

RS-21- Mechanisms for Breathing Notes

LS-22-Respiratory Structures and FXNs practiceWS-RESP SYS ORGANS-Follow-up4Notes

RS-23- Label Respiratory PIC

LS-24- Alveolar Gas ExchangeLSassign-Alveolar Gas Exchange 

RS-25-Alveolar Gas Exchange Notes PP-Alveolar gas exchange Notes

LS-26- Gas Transport

RS-27- Gas Transport Notes 

LS- 28- Respiratory System Review Fill-INRespiratory System PracticeNAME

RS-29-Controls of Breathing NotesPP-Controls of Respiration-Breathing

LS-30-Everest Article Qs

RS-31-Breathing Controls /Acclimitization Notes cont. (in PPT p. 29 above)

LS-32- Heart Color Code

RS-33- Basic Structure of Heart NotesPP-Struc of heart-notes (FIRST)-2456343

LS-34-Path of Blood Fill-INWS-Path of Blood wksht-Steps Wpics

RS-35- Path of Blood Through Heart Flow Chart 

LS-36- Circuit Visual Color Code

RS-37-Meet the Heart ClipMeet the Heart-Khan Academy-10jagf6

LS-38- Blood Flow Through the HeartLS-Blood Flow through the Heart Instructions

RS-39-Circuit and Cardiac Cycle NOtescardiac_cycle_of_the_heart_ppt_3-12z6jsc

LS-40- Functions of Blood CellsFunctions of Erythrocytes individual 

RS-41- Components of Blood NotesPP-Components of Blood FullVers-1ebogab

LS-42-Blood Typing Left Side-Blood Typing

RS-43- Blood Typing Notes

LS- 44- Blood Type WS (given Tues 9/11)

RS-45- Components of Blood Coloring

Rotifers! Vocab Quiz Monday!

Image result for rotiferPhylum Rotifera includes rotifers.  They have a wheel organ called a corona. They use it to spin tiny cilia and eat food.  Rotifers are small animals (0.1- 0.5 mm).  They resemble tiny aliens that could live in a drop of water. Rotifers are aquatic animals that swim and attach to the bottom of a lake, river, or pond. 

Vocab QUIZ MONDAY!  Unit TEST Tuesday 9/11

Portfolio Entries

1. What is Planarian?

2. VocabPlatyRotiferA Vocab filled

3. Platyhelminthes NotesPlatyhelminthes-1xf87as

4. Planarian Body Systems Color Code

5. Planarian Label/ Blood Fluke Life Cycle

6. Tapeworm Life Cycle/ Organizer

7.First HunterShape of Life First Hunter-u6kemc/Rotifera WS Phylum Rotifera NAME

8. Rotifera NotesRotifera 

10. Review SheetPlatyRotiferaReview

11. Review PICS

4th Anatomy- Cardiovascular System

All living cells require oxygen and nutrients to survive. These cells also produce waste, such as carbon dioxide, that must be removed from the body. Cells must also fight of infectious diseases to survive. All of these functions are the job of the cardiovascular system. To accomplish these tasks, the cardiovascular system relies on several functions including the circulatory system, the lymphatic system and the hepatic system.

The circulatory system is responsible for transporting blood throughout the body. The circulatory system includes the heart, arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules and veins. The heart is the central pump for the system. The circulatory system can be considered as two separate system connected by the heart. These are the pulmonary circulation system and the systemic circulation system. The pulmonary circulation, systemic circulation and coronary circulation. Pulmonary circulation pumps blood through the lungs to pick up oxygen. Systemic circulation delivers oxygen-rich blood to the body organs, tissues and cells. Some people also define a coronary circulation system that provides blood to nourish the heart cells. This would be part of the systemic circulation.

Interactive Notebook-

LS-12- Unit 2 Half Sheet

RS-13- Unit Title Page (with tab, pic, name , period, unit title)

LS-14- Written warm-up page

RS- 15- warm-up pocket

LS-16- Respiratory System Sketch with labels (text p. 832)

RS-17-  Functions of Respiratory organs ( nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchus(pl. bronchii), bronchiole, lungs, alveolar sacs

LS-18-Respiratory Structures and FXNs practiceWS-RESP SYS ORGANS-Follow-up4Notes

RS-19-Respiratory Organs and Functions- Part 1

LS-20-Bronchial Tree Color CodeLS-Bronchial Tree Directions 

RS-21- Respiratory Organs and Functions Part 2 (Lower Resp. Tract) Notes

LS-22-How do You Breathe LS how do you breathe- Inst

RS-23- Mechanisms of Breathing Notes

LS-24- Alveolar Gas ExchangeLSassign-Alveolar Gas Exchange 

RS-25-Alveolar Gas Exchange Notes PP-Alveolar gas exchange Notes

LS-26- Gas Transport

RS-27- Gas Transport Notes 

LS- 28- Respiratory System Review Fill-INRespiratory System PracticeNAME

RS-29-Controls of Breathing NotesPP-Controls of Respiration-Breathing

LS-30-Everest Article Qs

RS-31-Breathing Controls /Acclimitization Notes cont. (in PPT p. 29 above)

LS-32- Heart Color Code

RS-33- Basic Structure of Heart Notes

LS-34-Path of Blood Fill-INWS-Path of Blood wksht-Steps Wpics

RS-35- Path of Blood Through Heart Flow Chart 

LS-36- Circuit Visual Color Code

RS-37-Meet the Heart ClipMeet the Heart-Khan Academy-10jagf6

RS-39-Circuit and Cardiac Cycle NOtescardiac_cycle_of_the_heart_ppt_3-12z6jsc

Zoology- UNIT 3 Begins!

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Zoology- Today, We started our next Unit with phylum Platyhelminthes.  Members of this phylum have many “firsts” in the animal kingdom.  They are the first to have bilateral symmetry, cephalization, three germ layers, and body systems.  Flatworms include planarian worms, fluke worms, and tape worms.  Some are free-living, while others are parasites.  Here are the first few entries- 

  1. What is a Planarian? 
  2. Unit 3 VocabPlatyRotiferA Vocab filled
  3. Platyhelminthes NotesPlatyhelminthes
  4. Body Systems Color Code
  5. Planaria Label and Blood fluke Life Cycle/ Tapeworm Color Code
  6. Tapeworm Life CycleLife Cycle of a tapeworm/ Flatworm Organizer

Cteno…Ctenophora with Jelly!

UNIT 2 TEST CHANGED TO THURSDAY !!!!

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Ctenophores are interesting animals.  They are comb jellies that have 8 comb rows of cilia used for locomotion.  Many display bioiluminescence.  They are similar to cnidarians because they have 2 germ layers, a mesoglea, and live in aquatic ecosystems.  Ctenophores capture prey using light and sticky cells.  Stay up to date with your portfolios, and begin preparing for the test Thursday 8/28.

1.  Phylum Cnidaria NotesCnidarians2 [Autosaved] 

2. Unit 2 Vocab CnidCtenoVocabnewfilled 

3. Hydra Color Code/ Obelia Alternation of Generations 

4. Shape of Life: Cnidarians on the MoveShape of LifeCnidaria 

5. Phylum Ctenophora NotesPhylum ctenophora-127pcdi 

6. Porifera/Cnidaria/Ctenophora Venn Diagram CnidariaCtenoPoriVenn

7. Review SheetCnidariaCtenophoraReview

8. Review PICS

Helpful Prezi Reviews-

Provide a Spanish version Prezi for reinforcement: https://prezi.com/p8zrtwsmmx9-/aula-5-filos-cnidaria-e-ctenophora/ 

Other reinforcement Prezis:

https://prezi.com/zdkf2rrbmjkb/ctenophores-cnidarians-dangerous-jellyfish/
https://prezi.com/itabyhqvs4qg/cnidaria-and-ctenophora/
 

4th Anatomy- Alveolar Gas Exchange

Alveolar Gas Exchange-

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Gas exchange occurs in the alveoli of the lungs.  As oxygen moves from the alveoli into the blood, carbon dioxide moves from the blood into the alveoli.  All of this Happens due to diffusion.  Matter like to naturally move from high concentration to low concentration. This does not require energy.  When you inhale oxygen naturally moves from high concentration in each alvelous to low concentration in the blood. This oxygen is then carried by the cardiovascular system to all areas of the body.  The oxygen is needed by ALL cells of the body to make energy!!!!! Carbon dioxide is released as a product of cellular respiration (see below). There is a high concentration of carbon dioxide in the blood returning from the body, and a low concentration in the alveoli.  Therefore, carbon dioxide leaves the blood and enters into the lungs.  As you exhale, it is released from the body.  This carbon dioxide waste would become toxic if it was left in the body.  It would also change the pH of your blood and make it more acidic.

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LS-12- Unit 2 Half Sheet

RS-13- Unit Title Page (with tab, pic, name , period, unit title)

LS-14- Written warm-up page

RS- 15- warm-up pocket

LS-16- Respiratory System Sketch with labels (text p. 832)

RS-17-  Functions of Respiratory organs ( nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchus(pl. bronchii), bronchiole, lungs, alveolar sacs

LS-18-Bronchial Tree Color Code

RS-19-Respiratory System Functions and Structures

LS-20- How do you breathe?LS how do you breathe- Inst

RS-21-Mechanisms of Breathing NotesPP-MechOfBreathing Notes

LS-22- Respiratory FXNS and Structures Fill-IN

RS-23- Label Respiratory System

LS-24-Alveolar Gas ExchangeLSassign-Alveolar Gas Exchange

RS-25- Alveolar Gas ExchangePP-Alveolar gas exchange Notes

LS-26- Gas Transport OPEN Assignment

RS- 27-Gas Transport Notes

LS-28- Respiratory ReviewRespiratory System PracticeNAME 

RS-29-Controls Of Breathing NotesPP-Controls of Respiration-Breathing

LS-30- Everest Article Questions

RS- 31- Controls of Breathing Notes cont.

Respiratory System Quiz Wednesday 8/29

Zoology- Unit 2 Begins!

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ZOOLOGY- Unit 2 includes phylum Cnidaria and phylum Ctenophora.  Both phylum names come from Greek spellings where the C is silent. Cnidaria is pronounced “nidaria”.  Cnida means stinging. All animals in this phyla have stinging cells.  They are all predators.  Some a re sessile (ex. sea anemones) and some are motile (ex. jellyfish).  The sessile body form is the polyp form.  The motile body form is the medusa form.  Cnidarians are aquatic species that live mostly in salt water.  They have one opening- the mouth.  When they release solid wastes, it comes back out of their mouth.

1. Unit 2 Vocab CnidCtenoVocabnewfilled 

2. Phylum Cnidaria NotesCnidarians2 [Autosaved] 

3. Hydra Color Code/ Obelia Alternation of Generations

4. Shape of Life: Life on the MoveShape of LifeCnidaria

Cnidarian Observation Lab Th 8/23

Unit 2 Vocab Monday 8/27- https://quizlet.com/145335466/2-cnidaria-ctenophora-vocab-flash-cards/

Unit 2 TEST Wed. 8/29