• Notebook Check

    • 2.1 Molecules to Metabolism Class Notes & Functional Groups Drawings 
    • Drawing Molecular Diagrams - Biochemical Molecules
    • Metabolism Classwork Questions (Sub Day)
    • Biological Molecules Handout
    • Concept Maps: Ions, Water, Biological Molecules 
    • 2.2 Water Class Notes & Textbook Add-Ins
    • 2.3 Carbohydrates & Lipids Class Notes & Textboon Add-Ins
      • Calculations of own BMI using the 3 methods
    • 2.4 Proteins Class Notes 
    • Article: An Evolutionary Perspective on Amino Acids
    • Coloring Pages: Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins (2)
    • Recap: Carbohydrates & Lipids
    • Enzyme Webquest
    • Enzyme Chemical Rxns. Paper Model 
    • Graphs: Factors Affecting Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions
    • 2.5 Application 1

    Test Focus Points

    • Know the types of bonds that form between water molecules
    • Recognize the polarity of different molecules (Table 2.4)
    • Know the difference between hydrophobic and hydrophilic
    • Recognize the difference between cohesion & adhesion
    • Compare/contrast the properties of water & methane
    • Know the process of anabolism and apply it to examples 
    • Know what is meant by cell metabolism
    • Know the importance of carbon
    • Know the elements that make up each of the major organic compounds
      • know the building blocks of each organic compound and examples 
    • Carbohydrates
      • know the function
      • know how the monomers link together (through what process) and the molecules they form 
      • visually recognize maltose
      • know the type found in plant cell walls 
    • Lipids
      • draw/label the difference between cis & trans fatty acids (be sure to include the basic components of a fatty acid as well)
      • visually recognize the difference between saturated and unsaturated fatty acids 
      • know the function
    • Proteins
      • draw the structure of an amino acid and label its components 
      • know what determines the order of amino acids
      • know the protein responsible for delivering oxygen
      • know what causes denaturing 
      • describe enzmye substrate specificity in order for chemical reactions to take place
      • label substrate, active site, and enzyme in an example
    • Describe the 3 methods of calculating BMI