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Unit 4 Basic Metabolic Processes

METABOLISM AND ENERGY LESSON

  • Learning Targets
    • I can explain how oxidation and reduction are involved in metabolism.
    • I can contrast the general characteristics of catabolism and anabolism.
    • I can identify the key precursors of carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids.
  • Learning Resources
    • textbook Ch 24, Sec 1
    • study guide Study Guide (pdf)
    • study guide Notes: 24.0 (pdf) & 24.1 (pdf)
    • lab Sodium Alginate Respiration Lab, Flinn
    • activity Guided Inquiry ChemActivity 49A - Overview of Metabolism
    • activity Guided Inquiry ChemActivity 49B - Metabolic Energy

CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM LESSON

  • Learning Targets
    • I can create/complete a diagram that identifies the major incoming and outgoing metabolites of aerobic and anaerobic glycolysis, citric acid cycle (or Krebs cycle), and electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation.
    • I can create/complete a diagram that compares energy yield of various metabolic pathways.
  • Learning Resources
    • textbook Ch 25, Sec 1 & 2
    • textbook Ch 24, Sec 4 & 5
    • study guide Study Guide (pdf)
    • study guide Notes: 25.1 (pdf), 25.2 (pdf), 24.4 (pdf), & 24.5 (pdf)
    • activity Guided Inquiry ChemActivity 50 - Glycolysis
    • activity Guided Inquiry ChemActivity 51 - Citric Acid Cycle
    • activity Guided Inquiry ChemActivity 52 - Electron Transport/Oxidative Phosphorylation

LIPID METABOLISM LESSON

  • Learning Target
    • I can create/complete a diagram that identifies major incoming and outgoing metabolites of fatty acid oxidation.
    • I can explain the relationships among diabetes mellitus (p 714-716 and 731), glucose metabolism (p 714-719), and ketosis (p 730-731).
  • Learning Resources
    • textbook Ch 26, Sec 1-3
    • study guide Study Guide (pdf)
    • study guide Notes: 26.2 (pdf)
    • activity Guided Inquiry ChemActivity 54A - Fatty Acid Oxidation

PROTEIN METABOLISM LESSON

  • Learning Target
    • I can create/complete a diagram that identifies major incoming and outgoing metabolites of the urea cycle.
  • Learning Resources
    • textbook Ch 27, Sec 3
    • study guide Study Guide (pdf)
    • study guide Notes: 27.3 (pdf)
    • activity Guided Inquiry ChemActivity 56 - Urea Cycle

BIO-
CHEMISTRY

Course Details

Assignment
Board

Lab
Resources

Units:

Chemistry Foundations
(2, 3, & 7)
(9 & 10)

Fundamentals
of Organic Chemistry
(13-17)

Biological
Molecules
(19-23)

Basic
Metabolic Processes
(24-27)

 

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Questions?
Email Mrs. Steinbach
tsteinbach@thorp.k12.wi.us