Zoology 14.15

weekly schedule:
ZOO TRIP IS CANCELED!

Date

In Class

M
5.18
Animal Care
T
5.19
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W
5.20
Exam (7:30)
R
5.21
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Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.11
Chordate Cladograms Scrapbook Page
Life of Mammals

T
5.12
PARCC Schedule
45" Period
Life of Mammals
Finish Life of Mammals
Comparison Table Work Time

W
5.13
Senior's Last Day
Check Tables
Go Over Comparison Table

R
5.14

Animal Care Plan Assignment

F
5.15
Senior Science Exam Day
TEST
Chordate Test
Zoo - SUNDAY
Extra Credit Scavenger Hunt

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
5.4
Beaks & Feets
Chordate Class #3 Scrapbook Page
Life: Mammals

T
5.5

Finish Life: Mammals

W
5.6

Scrapbook Work Time

R
5.7
PARCC Schedule
95" period

Cat & Rat Dissections
Chordate Summary & Review Table

F
5.8
Cat & Rat Dissections
Nature Walk
Table Check Tuesday


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
4.27
Perch Dissection
Chordate Class #2 Scrapbook Page
Life: Birds

T
4.28
Life: Birds
Finish Life: Birds
Birds Beaks & Feets Activity

W
4.29

Dissection #1

Mudpuppy Dissection
Internal Mudpuppy
Frog Dissection
Frog
Turtle Dissection
Turtle
Pigeon Dissection
Pigeon Dissection

R
4.30

Dissection #2

F
5.1
Dissections X 4
Comparative Dissection Check
Finish Beaks & Feets
Beaks & Feets - MONDAY
Chordate Class #3 Scrapbook Page - MONDAY

Date

Schedule

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
4.20
normal
Chordate Class Scrapbook Page #1
Scrapbook Work Time

T
4.21
don't meet



W
4.22
45"
Lamprey & Dogfish Dissections
Life: Amphibians & Reptiles

R
4.23
don't meet



F
4.24
95" (am)
Video WS
Perch Dissection
Perch Dissection
Finish Life
Perch Dissection - MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
4.13
Chrodate Scrapbook Page
Video WS
Finish Life: Challenges of Life
Reading Worksheet Work time
Vertebrate WS - TOMORROW
T
4.14
Reading Worksheet
Dissection Lamprey
Lamprey Dissection
Dissection Dogfish
Dogfish Dissection
Dissections - TOMORROW
W
4.15

Finish Dissections

R
4.16

Life: Fish

F
4.17
Video WS
Finish Life: Fish
Closed Toed Shoes MONDAY

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
4.6

Scrapbook Page Dates:
Chordata Phyla: 4.13
Chordate Class #1: 4.20
Chordate Class #2: 4.27
Chordate Class #3: 5.4
Cladograms (2): 5.11
Chordate Presentations Wrap-Up

Chordate Reading & Cladorgram - Wednesday

T
4.7
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Chordate Notes

Chordate Crash Course
Chordate Reading & Cladogram - Wednesday
W
4.8
Chordate Cladogram
Scrapbook Work Day

R
4.9
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Amphioxus Lab
Lab - Tomorrow
F
4.10
Amphioxus Lab
Life: Hunters & Hunted
Chordate Scrapbook Page - 4.13

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
3.16
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Shape of Life: Bones, Brawn & Brains
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R
3.19

Chordate Webquest


F
3.20

Chordate Webquest


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
3.9
List 3 ways the water vascular system functions in echinoderms.
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Mussel Dissection
Mussel Dissection Video

Test - THURSDAY

Dissection Labs - THURSDAY
T
3.10
Why do sea stars have different arm lengths?

Sea Star Dissection
Dissection Part 1
Dissection Part 2


W
3.11
How were the sea star and sea cucumber similar? How were they different?

Sea Cucumber Dissection
Sea Cucumber Dissection


R
3.12
How are the mussel and squid similar? How are they different?

Squid Dissection
Squid Dissection


F
3.13

Dissection Labs

Test
Mollusca & Echinodermata Test


Date

Schedule to Follow

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
3.2
Normal
Mollusca & Echinoderm Lab
Mollusca & Echinoderm Comparison Chart

1. Meaning: what does the Latin translate into
2. Description: look like, live, generalities
3. Shape: description of the general shape
4. Body Plan: symmetry
5. Obtain Food: type / description of how they do it
6. Movement: skeleton; controlled?
7. Development: p/d; tri/di; true/pseudo/a
8. Respiratory: structures; description of how
9. Circulatory: open/closed; structures involved
10: Digestion/Excretion: structures; description
11. Reproduction: structures; mono/di; fertilization
12. Nervous: structures; senses; brain?
Echinoderm Webquest - WEDNESDAY

T
3.3
7:25 - 9 (95")

Wrap Up Comparison Charts & Share

Webquest Work Time
Webquest - TOMORROW
W
3.4
Normal
Webquest
Wrap Up Invertebrates
Mollusca & Echinodermata Test - MONDAY
R
3.5
Don't Meet



F
3.6
12:30 - 2:05 (95")

Dissection: Mussels, Sea Stars, Sea Cucumbers


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
2.24
Color Plates
Webquests
Work Time

W
2.25

Echinoderm Notes
Shape of Life: Ultimate Animal

R
2.26

Echinoderm & Mollusca Lab

F
2.27
Scrapbook Pages (Mollusca & Arthropoda)
Finish Lab
Biology of Mollusks & Biology of Echinoderms
Lab - MONDAY
Echinoderm

Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.9
Crayfish Dissection
Shape of Life: Survival Game
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T
2.10
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Finish Shape of Life
Mollusca Notes
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W
2.11
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Mollusca Book Work
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R
2.12

Mollusca Webquest


F
2.13

Mollusca Color Plates


Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
2.2

Crayfish Dissection



T
2.3

Finish Dissection

W
2.4

Arthropoda Review

R
2.5
Test
Arthropoda Test
Labs - MONDAY


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
1.26
SNOW DAY



T
1.27
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Arthropoda Book Work
Arthropoda Book Work Time

W
1.28
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Crayfish Live Lab



R
1.29
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Arthropod Review Game -- TABOO

Object of the Game:
To get your team to guess as many of the words at the top of your card.

Rules:
- each team needs a bag of words and a timer
- you are given 30 seconds (time kept by opposing team) for each round
- you may not say the word (or words) at the top of your card or any of the other words on your card -- these words are considered "taboo"
- if a taboo word is used, the round is over for that team
- no sound effects or gestures can be used -- only words not on the card
- any arthropod notes during the game
Arthropod Test - MONDAY
F
1.30
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Life in the Undergrowth: Intimate Relationships
Test - MONDAY
Labs - TUESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
1.20
Describe two similarities and two differences between centipedes and millipedes.
Color Plates
Last Day for Survey Lab
Arthropoda Scrapbook Page - FRIDAY
Arthropod Webquest - THURSDAY

W
1.21
What makes a crayfish different from a scorpion if they both have claws?
Survey Lab
Invasion of Land


R
1.22
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Webquest
Finish Invasion of Land
Arthropoda Book Work


F
1.23
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Arthropoda Scrapbook Page
Arthropoda Book Work Time
Book Work - MONDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
1.12


Arthropoda Survey Lab

Arthropoda Color Plates - FRIDAY

T
1.13
Describe the two subphyla of Arthropods separated by their mouth parts.

Survey Lab Work Time
Color Plates - FRIDAY
W
1.14
What traits (3) do all insects share?

Life in the Undergrowth: Supersocieties
Color Plates - FRIDAY
R
1.15
List 3 benefits & 3 drawbacks to living in a super-society.
Life in the Undergrowth
Finish Life in the Undergrowth
Color Plates Work Day
Color Plates - TOMORROW
F
1.16
List the 4 types of breathing devices found in the Arthropoda Phyla. List one organism that has each of these.
Survey Lab
Color Plates
Getting Started (8)
Work Day:
- Finish Survey Lab
- Finish Color Plates
- Arthropod Scrapbook Page


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
1.5
Describe at least 5 traits that you believe an arthropod has. Use your favorite bug to help you.
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Shape of Life: Conquerors

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T
1.6
NO SCHOOL



W
1.7
The basic arthropod body plan includes what two things?
Shape of Life
Finish Shape of Life
Arthropoda Notes



R
1.8
NO SCHOOL



F
1.9
What does the name "arthropoda" translate to? How does this relate to the phyla?

Organization of Arthropods



Date

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
12.15
Group Cladogram
As a group, create a cladogram showing the phyla we've discussed this semester: Porifera, Cnidarians, Platyhelminthes, Nematodes & Annelids. You should have a total of 10 traits on your cladogram. The following list shoes the distribution from each phyla.
Porifera: 1 trait
Cnidarian: 3 traits
Platyhlemnithes: 3 traits
Nematodes: 1 trait
Annelids: 2 traits

T
12.16

Present Coolest Worm Projects
Pass back papers & Grade Check

R
12.17

ZOOLOGY EXAM - OPEN NOTE
Exam starts @ 7:25


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
12.8


Finish Sharing Book Work
Annelid Color Plates
Color Plates - THURSDAY
T
12.9
Why is segmentation a benefit? Describe at lease 2 reasons.
Scrapbook Pages - Annelid & Nematoda

Annelid Book Work
Color Plates Work Day

W
12.10
What purpose does the clitellum serve?

Annelid Live Lab



R
12.11
Are earthworms polychaetes or oligochaetes? How do you know from looking at them yesterday?
Color Plates
Annelid Live Lab
Segmented Worm Review

F
12.12
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Annelid Live Lab
Annelid Dissection



Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
12.1
What is different between the body cavities of the three worm phyla?
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Shape of Life: Explosion of Life
Scrapbook Pages - Nematode & Annelid NEXT MONDAY
T
12.2
What "explosion" were annelids a part of?
SOL Explosion Video WS
Finish Shape of Life
Segmented Worm Notes

W
12.3
What does annelid stand for?

WORK DAY - Nematode & Annelid Scrapbook Page

R
12.4
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Annelid Preserved Lab & Book Work (Group)

F
12.5
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Share Book Work



Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.17
Explain why the sense organs between a parasitic flatworm (tapeworm or fluke) are different than a free-living flatworm (planarian).
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Regeneration Lab
Work Day
Webquest - THURSDAY
Platyhelminthes Scrapbook Page - WEDNESDAY
Coolest Worm Poster - TUESDAY 11.25
T
11.18
Name 3 senses (and structures) the flatworm has.

Check Flatworms
Nematode Lab


W
11.19
If planaria are flat, what shape are nematodes? Why is this?
Scrapbook Page
Check Flatworms
Finish Flatworm Notes
Nematode Notes

Nematode Book Work - MONDAY

R
11.20
What are the nematoda "firsts"?
Webquest
Nematode Book Work Day

F
11.21
What is similar about nematodes & arthropods?
Nematode Lab
Getting Started (9)
Work Day
- Any late work
- Scrapbook pages X 3
- Nematode Book Work (MONDAY)
- Worm Project (TUESDAY)
- Platyhelminth Lab (TUESDAY)
- Nematode Scrapbook Page (12.2 - TUESDAY)
- Platyhelmnith Regeneration Paragraph (12.3 - WEDNESDAY)
Worm Project - TUESDAY
Nematode Scrapbook Page - 12.2 (TUESDAY)
Book Work - MONDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.10
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Flatworm Color Plates
Color Plates - FRIDAY
T
11.11
Describe / list 4 of the platyhelminth's "firsts".

Flatworm Live Lab
Flatworm Feeding Lab
Lab & Book Work - TOMORROW

Cnidarian Scrapbook Page - TOMORROW
W
11.12
What is a pharynx? What is it used for?
Lab & Book Work

Cnidarian Scrapbook Page
Planaria Surgery Lab
Color Plates Work Time

R
11.13
Why are flatworms so flat?

Surgery Lab Day #2
Platyhelminth Scrapbook Work Time

F
11.14
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Platyhelminth Webquest



Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
11.3
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Test
Porifera & Cnidarian Test
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T
11.4
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Shape of Life: The First Hunter


W
11.5
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Finish SOL
Platyhelminth Notes


R
11.6
What does platyhelminth mean?
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Finish Notes
Platyhelminth Lab & Book Work

Lab & Book Work - MONDAY
Cnidarian Scrapbook Page - MONDAY
F
11.7




Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.27
1. Describe what alternation of generations is.
2. Draw a picture of both a medusa and polyp.
3. Label the aboral and oral end of each drawing.

Cnidarian Book Work

Porifera Scrapbook Page - TOMORROW

Book Work - THURSDAY
T
10.28
Using your book work to help, explain which was more likely the ancestral cnidarian form: the medusae or polyp? Think about how sponges (the most ancestral) move & what they look like.
Porifera Scrapbook Pate
Cnidarian Notes

Hungry Hydra Lab - TOMORROW

Book Work - THURSDAY
W
10.29
List 3 advances made by the Cnidarian phyla.
Hungry Hydra
Cnidarian Scrapbook Page
Book Work - TOMORROW
R
10.30
Explain why it would be beneficial to have nematocysts on both the epidermis and lining the gastrovascular (stomach) cavity.
Cnidarian Book Work
Cnidarian & Porifera Review

F
10.31
Put the 4 classes of cnidarians in evolutionary order and explain why you chose that order.
Getting Started (8)
Be nice to Ms. Bultema day...

Porifera & Cnidarian Test - MONDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.20
List as many differences as you can think of (at least 3) between sponges and cnidarians.
Example cnidarians: jellyfish, corals, sea fans, hydras

Scrapbook Work Day - PORIFERA


*This page is due next Tuesday, the 28th*
Cnidarian Webquest - FRIDAY
T
10.21
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Cnidarian Color Plates
Color Plates - FRIDAY
W
10.22
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Hungry Hydra Lab (Part 1 - Preserved Lab)


R
10.23
Which letter represents a feeding polyp? Which represents a reproductive polyp? How do you know?

Obelia Colony 2.JPG

Hungry Hydra Lab (Part 2 - Live Lab)
Work Time (color plates, webquest)
Color Plates - TOMORROW
Webquest - TOMORROW
Lab - MONDAY
F
10.24
What kind of evidence did you see yesterday that the hydra was stinging the daphnia?
Color Plates

Webquest
Honey Badger Documentary
Porfera Scrapbook Page - TUESDAY

Lab - WEDNESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.13
external image fssolCronoflagelado2.jpg
1. What is this part of a sponge called?
2. What is its function?
3. How does its structure aid in this function?
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Book Work Poster Creation

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T
10.14

IN ROOM 113
Which body plan - ascon, sycon or leucon - is the most advantageous? Why?

Book Work Share
The First Many Celled Animals
Evolution of Sponges



W
10.15
How do sponges reproduce sexually? How do sponges reproduce asexually?

Shape of Life: Life on the Move

R
10.16
Why can the general construction of the porifera be considered a "one hole sac"?
Getting Started (8)
Finish Life on the Move
Zoology Scrapbook



Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
10.6
Describe a sponge.
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Porifera Color Plates

Color Plates - FRIDAY
T
10.7
What does Porifera mean?
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Porifera Notes


Return Papers

W
10.8
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Porifera Lab

R
10.9
Which body plans corresponds to which cross section? How do you know?
Porifera Cross Sections.JPG
Porifera Cross Sections.JPG


Finish Lab
Webquest

Lab & Color Plates - TOMORROW
F
10.10
Explain the difference between the term "monoecious" and "dioecious". Give an example animal for each.
Porifera Lab

Color Plates
Webquest
Webquest - TUESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.29
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Crash Course Review: Animal Development
Color Plates / Reading Work Day
Timing is Everything Reading & Questions - WEDNESDAY


Color Plates - WEDNESDAY
T
9.30
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Review

Test - TOMORROW
W
10.1
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Color Plates
Reading Questions
Test
Animal Kingdom TEST
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R
10.2
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Shape of Life: Origins

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F
10.3
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Finish Shape of Life
Animal Care
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Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.22
Name 2 ways in which echinoderms don't follow typical evolutionary patterns.
Webquest
Embryology Notes
Animal Kingdom Book Work - WEDNESDAY

T
9.23
What is the difference between a diploblastic organism and a triploblastic organism? Which one is more advanced?

Embryology Lab


W
9.24
What are some advantages of having a coelom?
Animal Kingdom Book Work
Finish Lab
Lab - FRIDAY
R
9.25
[[image:/file/view/Getting%20Started%209.26.13.jpg/454370300/227x205/Getting%20Started%209.26.13.jpg width="227" height="205"]]
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Animal Development Color Plates

Lab - TOMORROW
Color Plates - TUESDAY
F
9.26
A fertilized egg changed from one cell to two cells.

1. What is this process called?
2. What name would the first cell be given?
3. What two things came together to make the first cell?
4. DRAW what the next picture of cells would look like.
Lab

Getting Started (7 - 5 from this week; 2 from last week)

Timing is Everything Activity
Timing is Everything Activity

Timing is Everything Clips
Timing is Everything Questions:
  1. Write an explanation of why you ordered the drawings the way you did.
  2. What similarities do the drawings have?
  3. What differences?
  4. What trends do you see as you go from stage 1 to stage 3?


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.15
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Organization Color Plates & Questions
Animal Kingdom Webquest

Webquest - WEDNESDAY
T
9.16
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Webquest Work Day

W
9.17
Using your webquest to help, tell me what characteristics (4) all animals share.
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Animal Kingdom Notes



R
9.18
Tell me which germ layer (endoderm, mesoderm or ectoderm) will produce which part of the body:
1. hair follicles
2. lungs lining
3. muscles
4. bones
5. nails
6. lining of the stomach

Animal Kingdom Book Work
Book Work -- WEDNESDAY
Webquest - MONDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
9.8
What is a phyla?
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Animal Kingdom & Organization Color Plates & Questions

EST -- WEDNESDAY
Projects -- TOMORROW
Color Plates - THURSDAY
T
9.9

1. Which animals are the most related? How do you know?
2. Which animal is the least related to the other three? How do you know?
3. What's the scientific name of the lion?
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Cladogram Project Presentations

Return Cladogram & Classification & Go Over

W
9.10
Describe what is meant by the phrase "it is not the genes you have, but how you use them that creates diversity in the animal kingdom".
Getting Started (6 - 3 from last week; 3 from this week)
Review for Test
Test TOMORROW

Color Plates -- TOMORROW
R
9.11

Color Plates & Questions

Test
Unit 1 Test


Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

T
9.2
1. What is the most symplesiomorphic trait on the cladogram?
2. What is the automorphic trait on the cladogram?
3. What is a synapomorphic trait?
4. What is the oldest (evolutionary speaking) taxon?
5. What is the youngest (evolutionary speaking) taxon?
6. When grouping the mice and chimp, this would be what kind of group?
7. When grouping the perch and salamander, this would be what kind of group?
8. When grouping the pigeon and chimp, this would be what kind of group?
external image mammal-cladogram-the-tree-of-life-evolutio-15.gif
external image mammal-cladogram-the-tree-of-life-evolutio-15.gif


What Darwin Never Knew Summary

Cladogram Worksheet Work Time
Introduce Cladogram Project
Cladogram Worksheets -- TOMORROW
W
9.3
1. What is the symplesiomorphic trait on the cladogram?
2. What is the automorphic trait on the cladogram?
3. What is a synapomorphic trait?
4. What is the oldest (evolutionary speaking) taxon?
5. What is the youngest (evolutionary speaking) taxon?
6. When grouping the rodents, primates, and sharks together what type of group is this?
7. When grouping crocodiles and dinosaurs and birds, what type of group is this?
8. When grouping amphibians and ray-finned fish, this would be what kind of group?
external image patterns_intro.gif
external image patterns_intro.gif

Cladogram Worksheet
Cladogram Project Work Day

R
9.4
What is a cladagram? What use does it serve? How is it related to the field of systematics?

Cladogram Project Work Day

F
9.5
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Cladogram Project Work Day
Projects -- MONDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
8.25
Describe evolution in 3-5 sentences.

Unit 1 Notes


Book Work -- TOMORROW
T
8.26
Make an observation and an inference about Mrs. Corl.

Make an observation and an inference about room 119.

Make an observation and an inference about someone else in the class.
Book Work
What Darwin Never Knew

Stream Video Here

W
8.27
How are a scientific law and a scientific theory related?

What Darwin Never Knew

R
8.28
Describe the role of variation in natural selection & evolution. 3-5 sentences.
Video WS
Finish What Darwin Never Knew

F
8.29
What are HOX genes? Why are they so important?
Getting Started (5)

Video WS
Finish Unit 1 Notes
Classification & Cladogram Worksheet



Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

M
8.18
1. Make a descriptive list of 3 things you expect from a good teacher.
2. Make a descriptive list of 3 things I should expect from a good student.
3. Explain whether you embody those 3 things or not.
Safety Signature Sheet
Zoology Pre-Test
Close Toed Shoes -- TOMORROW
T
8.19
When you are measuring something (length, volume, mass, temperature), what are some important procedures/guidelines to follow? Describe at least 3.

Safety Video
Microscope & Measurement Lab

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W
8.20
Describe at least 5 things wrong in the following picture:
http://www.heumann.org/u1/lab.jpg

Microscope & Measurement Lab
Lab -- FRIDAY
R
8.21
When using a microscope, describe the difference in amount of detail that can be seen on a specimen under low power compared to high power. Describe the difference in the amount of specimen that can be seen under low power compared to high power.

Microscope & Measurement Lab
Lab -- TOMORROW

BRING TEXTBOOKS TOMORROW
F
8.22
Describe when you would use a microscope vs a stereoscope.
Microscope & Measurement Lab

Getting Started (5)
Finish Lab
Unit 1 Divider

Unit 1 Book Work

Book Work - TUESDAY

Date

Getting Started

Turned In

In Class

Homework

W
8.13
These will start Monday, August 18th.
Wright Family
Wright Family
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R
8.14
These will start Monday, August 18th
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Syllabus

Texbook Checkout
Safety Agreement

Zoology Textbook Scavenger Hunt
Safety Signature -- MONDAY
F
8.15
These will start Monday, August 18th
Textbook Scavenger Hunt w/ Animal Fun on Back
Animal Fun -->

Pick 5 animals that have traits that personify you.

If I were an animal I'd be _, because _.

Draw your animal with all 5 traits labeled on it