Zoology: Vocab Quiz Wed. Unit TEST Fri. 2/16

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Zoology- Flatworms belong to 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.  

VOCAB QUIZ WED. 2/14 – Quizlet link- https://quizlet.com/148431314/3-platyhelminthes-rotifera-flash-cards/

FLatworm Observation LAB Thursday 2/15

UNIT TEST FRIDAY 2/16

Here are the first few entries- 

  1. What is a Planarian?
  2. Unit 3 VocabPlatyRotiferA Vocab filled
  3. Platyhelminthes NotesPlatyhelminthes
  4. Planarian Body System Color Code
  5. Planaria Label/ Blood Fluke Life Cycle
  6. Shape of Life:First HunterShape of Life First Hunter-u6kemc
  7. Tapeworm Life Cycle/ Flatworm Organizer
  8. Tapeworm Color Code
  9. ReviewPlatyRotiferaReview (REMEMBER NO ROTIFERA- we skipped due to snow)
  10. REview pics

Anatomy- Components of Blood Quiz WED!

3rd PeriodAnatomy-

Components of Blood Quiz Wednesday

Unit 2 TEST Th. 2/15. Interactive Notebook due 2/15 too!

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 Organs and Functions Practice

RS-19- Respiratory System Functions and Upper Respiratory Tract

LS- 20- Bronchial Tree Color Code

RS-21- Lower Respiratory Tract Notes

LS- 22- How do you Breathe? Diagrams (Mon. 1/29)LS how do you breathe- Inst

RS-23- Mechanisms for Breathing NotesPP-MechOfBreathing Notes

LS-24- Alveolar Gas exchange PictureLSassign-Alveolar Gas Exchange

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

LS-26- Gas Transport OPEN Assignment

RS-27- GAS Transport Notes

LS-28- REspiratory Review SheetRespiratory System PracticeNAME 

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

LS-30 Heart Color Code

RS- 31-Basic Structure of Heart Notes

LS-32- Pathway of Blood Through HeartLS-Blood Flow through the Heart Instructions

RS-33- Pathway of Blood Notes

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

RS-35- Cardiac Cycle Notes (th 2/8)

LS-36-Function of Blood ComponentsFunctions of Erythrocytes individual (Staple Blood Practice Sheet on top- given 2/13)

RS-37- Components of Blood NotesPP-Components of Blood FullVers

LS-38-Blood TypingLeft Side-Blood Typing

RS-39- Blood Type Notes

Anatomy- Heart and Blood Flow Through Heart

Heart Quiz Tomorrow! Dissection Friday!

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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 Organs and Functions Practice

RS-19- Respiratory System Functions and Upper Respiratory Tract

LS- 20- Bronchial Tree Color Code

RS-21- Lower Respiratory Tract Notes

LS- 22- How do you Breathe? Diagrams (Mon. 1/29)LS how do you breathe- Inst

RS-23- Mechanisms for Breathing NotesPP-MechOfBreathing Notes

LS-24- Alveolar Gas exchange PictureLSassign-Alveolar Gas Exchange

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

LS-26- Gas Transport OPEN Assignment

RS-27- GAS Transport Notes

LS-28- REspiratory Review SheetRespiratory System PracticeNAME 

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

LS-30 Heart Color Code

RS- 31-Basic Structure of Heart Notes

LS-32- Pathway of Blood Through HeartLS-Blood Flow through the Heart Instructions

RS-33- Pathway of Blood Notes

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

RS-35- Cardiac Cycle Notes (th 2/8)

Cteno!!!-Ctenophora with Jelly!

Today, we observed different types of Cnidarians as a Lab. Tomorrow, we will have our Vocab Quiz and Cover phylum Ctenophora.  UNIT 2 TEST 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, study vocab(QUIZ TUESDAY), and begin preparing for the test Thursday 2/8 .

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 Cnidaria PICs

6. Phylum Ctenophora NotesPhylum ctenophora-127pcdi (Tuesday 2/6)

7. Porifera/Cnidaria/Ctenophora Venn Diagram (Tuesday 2/6)CnidariaCtenoPoriVenn

8. Review SheetCnidariaCtenophoraReview

9. Review PICS

Anatomy- Respiratory System Quiz TUESday 2/6!

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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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 Organs and Functions Practice

RS-19- Respiratory System Functions and Upper Respiratory Tract

LS- 20- Bronchial Tree Color Code

RS-21- Lower Respiratory Tract Notes

LS- 22- How do you Breathe? Diagrams (Mon. 1/29)LS how do you breathe- Inst

RS-23- Mechanisms for Breathing NotesPP-MechOfBreathing Notes

LS-24- Alveolar Gas exchange PictureLSassign-Alveolar Gas Exchange

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

LS-26- Gas Transport OPEN Assignment

RS-27- GAS Transport Notes

LS-28- REspiratory Review SheetRespiratory System PracticeNAME 

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

LS-30 Heart Color Code

RS- 31-Basic Structure of Heart Notes

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: Cnidarians on the MoveShape of LifeCnidaria 

 

Zoology- UNIT 1 Test Friday!

Phylum Porifera contains sponges. Porifera mean “pore bearers”.  Sponges are animals with many pores. Sponges are the simplest of all animals. They do not have organs or organ systems. They conduct all living functions using two cell layers.  They do not even have heads! They are aquatic filter feeders.  They use collar cells (a.k.a. choanocytes) to capture plankton and organic matter in the water. Sponges have spicules which help support their bodies.   They also reproduce asexually and sexually. 

Zoology Portfolio Unit 1 entries-

1. Syllabus North-Cobb-High-School-Zoology-Syllabus NEW version-po18we

2. Lab Safety zoology_safety_contract  signature page of safety contract

3. What is An Animal?

4. Unit 1 Vocab UNIT 1 Vocabfilled

5. Intro to Zoology Notesintro to zoo-1-2n2cjxd

6. Intro to Zo WS 

7. Classification Notestaxonomy_revised-2epbm77

8. Evolutionary ClassificationEvolutionary Classification2-10mpba9

9. Phylum Porifera PoriferaShortVersion-2itth3w

10. Shape of Life SpongesSponge Shape of Life qs-2k4pwhk

11.Sponge Color Code

12. ReviewIntroZoTestReviewSPR18-2kavchi

UNIT 1 TEST FRIDAY!!! ALL ENTRIES ABOVE DUE FRIDAY!!

Anatomy- Unit 2 Begins

Unit 2 Includes the Respiratory and Cardiovascular Systems. The respiratory system is responsible for getting oxygen out of the atmosphere and into the blood.  All of out cells need oxygen to make energy in the form of ATP through cellular respiration.  The Cardiovascular System picks up nutrients (like oxygen) and wastes (like carbon dioxide) and brings them where they need to go in the body.These systems are interdependent and very important.  

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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 Organs and Functions Practice

RS-19- Respiratory System Functions and Upper Respiratory Tract

LS- 20- Bronchial Tree Color Code

RS-21- Lower Respiratory Tract Notes

LS- 22- How do you Breathe? Diagrams (Mon. 1/29)LS how do you breathe- Inst

RS-23- Mechanisms for Breathing NotesPP-MechOfBreathing Notes

Anatomy- Notebook Update

ANATOMY– All entries will be red for  Anatomy during the semester. I am happy to meet all of you and get to know you this semester.  The human body is an amazing thing!  I can’t wait for you to learn more about it! Here is a copy of the syllabus ADAMAnatomySyllabusMake sure you get your syllabus signed!

1.College Ruled Spiral Notebook 150+  pages like this one- Mead is recommended- Image result for mead 5 subject notebook orange

2. color pencils

3. sharpener

4. glue sticks

5. scissors

ANATOMY INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK LIST-

RS-1st Page-  Create a beautiful page for Anatomy and Physiology (include name, period, semester, and drawing)/ back is BLANK!

RS- Syllabus pg 1ADAMAnatomySyllabus

LS- Syllabus pg2

RS- Syllabus pg 3

LS-Interactive Notebook Page 1

RS-Interactive Notebook Page 2

LS-Levels of Organization FLOW CHARTls-wu-unit-1-levels-of-organization

RS- Levels of Organization Notesintro-to-anat-adams LABEL AS PAGE #1

LS-2-Organ Systems Color Code Part 1

RS-3- Organ Systems Notes Part 1PP-Organ Systems

LS-4- Organ Systems Color Code- Part 2

RS-5- Organ Systems Notes Part 2

LS-6- 10 sentences using relational  terms (Friday 1/12)

RS-7-Anatomical Terminology (Slides 30-37)intro-to-anat-adams (Friday 1/12)

LS-8- Body Cavity Label

RS- 9-Body Cavity Notes

LS-10- Body Terminology DiagramsWS-Unit I-LS-body terms 

RS-11- Membranes of the Body Notes

Welcome to Zoology and Anatomy

ZOOLOGY– All entries will be in green for Zoology during the semester. (Anatomy- scroll down to red)

I am happy to meet all of you and get to know you this semester!  I love animals and can’t wait for you to learn about them.  Here is a copy of the Zoology SyllabusNorth-Cobb-High-School-Zoology-Syllabus NEW version-po18we and the Lab Safety- signature page of safety contractzoology_safety_contract

Materials- Please be sure to purchase:

1.color pencils and a handheld sharpener

2. paper and pens

3. some type of Zoology folder to keep up with Assignments. (your choice for type of folder)

 We will have 9 units in this class. Each Unit will have vocab terms.  These will be uploaded to www.Quizlet.com. Once you get there, you can search for “ADAMSHS” and find our lists!!! I have also placed a link ——> so you can access it all semester. https://quizlet.com/class/3025260/

Portfolio Unit 1 entries-

1. Syllabus (above)

2. Lab Safety (above)

3. What is An Animal?

4. Unit 1 Vocab UNIT 1 Vocabfilled

5. Intro to Zoology Notesintro to zoo-1-2n2cjxd

ANATOMY– All entries will be red for  Anatomy during the semester. I am happy to meet all of you and get to know you this semester.  The human body is an amazing thing!  I can’t wait for you to learn more about it! Here is a copy of the syllabus ADAMAnatomySyllabusMake sure you get your syllabus signed!

1.College Ruled Spiral Notebook 150+  pages like this one- Mead is recommended- Image result for mead 5 subject notebook orange

2. color pencils

3. sharpener

4. glue sticks

5. scissors

ANATOMY INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK LIST-

RS-1st Page-  Create a beautiful page for Anatomy and Physiology (include name, period, semester, and drawing)/ back is BLANK!

RS- Syllabus pg 1ADAMAnatomySyllabus

LS- Syllabus pg2

RS- Syllabus pg 3

LS-Interactive Notebook Page 1

RS-Interactive Notebook Page 2

LS-Levels of Organization FLOW CHARTls-wu-unit-1-levels-of-organization

RS- Levels of Organization Notesintro-to-anat-adams LABEL AS PAGE #1