BISC110/F09:Schedule

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| '''Homework''': Plot your A580 data (y-axis) versus time in seconds (x-axis) for the different treatments (you can plot several or all data sets on one graph).  Plot all data on the same graph as regression lines for ease of comparison ([[Appendix E]]).  Include the regression equations.  The slopes represent the rates of the Hill reactions.  Do not include points that have leveled off.  Calculate the rates (change over time of the linear portion of your graphs) and plot those values against your variable (x-axis).
- A complete Lab Report in the form of a scientific research report on your experiment today is due at beginning of Lab 11.  Discuss your results in terms of how the factor that you chose to investigate affects the electron transport rate and the coupling of electron transport with the photophosphorylation of ADP and/or the role of the H+ gradient in these processes. Compare your results to other investigations published in the primary literature. Refer to the "[[BISC110:Guidelines for writing a lab report in the form of a scientific paper | '''Guidelines for science writing''']]" information found in the [[BISC110/F09:Resources |  Resources]] section of the wiki. + A full paper on your experiment today in the form of a scientific research report is due at beginning of Lab 11.  Discuss your results in terms of how the factor that you chose to investigate affects the electron transport rate and the coupling of electron transport with the photophosphorylation of ADP and/or the role of the H+ gradient in these processes. Compare your results to other investigations published in the primary literature. Refer to the "[[BISC110:Guidelines for writing a lab report in the form of a scientific paper | '''Guidelines for science writing''']]" information found in the [[BISC110/F09:Resources |  Resources]] section of the wiki. |-- |--

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Wellesley College-BISC110 Introduction to Cell Biology-Fall 2009

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BISC110 F09 Lab Calendar

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Sept. 7
Labor Day Holiday
Sept. 8
Lab 1
Sept. 9
Lab 1
Sept. 10
Lab 1
Sept. 11
Lab 1
Sept. 14
Lab 1
Sept. 15
Lab 2
Sept. 16
Lab 2
Sept. 17
Lab 2
Sept. 18
Lab 2
Sept. 21
Lab 2
Sept. 22
Lab 3
Sept. 23
Lab 3
Sept. 24
Lab 3
Sept. 25
Lab 3
Sept. 28
Lab 3
Sept. 29
Lab 4
Sept. 30
Lab 4
Oct. 1
Lab 4
Oct. 2
Lab 4
Oct. 5
Lab 4
Oct. 6
Lab 5
Oct. 7
Lab 5
Oct. 8
Lab 5
Oct. 9
Lab 5
Oct. 12
Fall Break
No Lab
Oct. 13
No Lab
Oct. 14
Wed. follows Mon.
Schedule

Lab 5
Oct. 15
No Lab
Oct. 16
No Lab
Oct. 19
Lab 6
Oct. 20
Lab 6
Oct. 21
Lab 6
Oct. 22
Lab 6
Oct. 23
Lab 6
Oct. 26
Lab 7
Oct. 27
Lab 7
Oct. 28
Lab 7
Oct. 29
Lab 7
Oct. 30
Lab 7
Nov. 2
Lab 8
Nov. 3
Tanner Conference
No Lab
Nov. 4
Lab 8
Nov. 5
Lab 8
Nov. 6
Lab 8
Nov. 9
No Lab
Nov. 10
Lab 8
Nov. 11
Lab 9
Nov. 12
Lab 9
Nov. 13
Lab 9
Nov. 16
Lab 9
Nov. 17
Lab 9
Nov. 18
Lab 10
Nov. 19
Lab 10
Nov. 20
Lab 10
Nov. 23
Lab 10
Nov. 24
Lab 10
Nov. 25
No Lab
Nov. 26
Thanksgiving Holiday
Nov. 27
Thanksgiving Holiday
No Lab
Nov. 30
Lab 11
Dec. 1
Lab 11
Dec. 2
Lab 11
Dec. 3
Lab 11
Dec. 4
Lab 11
Dec. 7
Lab 12
Dec. 8
Lab 12
Dec. 9
Lab 12
Dec. 10
Lab 12
Dec. 11
Lab 12

Schedule of Experiments

Section Lab # Activities
1 1-4 Boot Camp: Metric Measurement; Using Basic Lab Equipment; Making Solutions and Dilutions; Microscopy; Scientific Investigation; Designing & Executing Experiments; Data Analysis & Display; Statistical parameters; Scientific Writing
2 5-7 Genetics: DNA extraction, Visualization by agarose gel electrophoresis; Genotype/phenotype via Taster SNP data collection and analysis; Case study, ethics
3 8-10 Photosynthesis: Extraction of photosynthetic pigments; Spectrophotometry: Beer-Lambert Law, Linear regression analysis; Hill Reaction: Self-designed investigation of factors affecting photosystems
4 11 Gene Regulation/Enzymology: Invertase enzyme assay
Lab Practical 12 Hands-on skills assessment:

BISC110 Assignments/ Weekly Lab Planner

Lab Assigned Lab Due Assignment
description
Point Value
(Total 200)
1 2 Practice Problems 5
3 4 Oral presentation:original figure & legend;
Journal article discussion
10
4 5 Partial Scientific Paper 25
5 6 Lab notebook check (ungraded)
SNP Taster Questions (5)
5
6 7 Case study Presentation 20
7 8 Full Scientific Paper 35
8 9 Photosyn. Pigments Questions 5
9 10 Design Experiment Hill Rxn. Ungraded
10 11 Full Lab Report Hill Rxn. 35
11 12 Lab Notebook Check (10)
Concept Questions Enzymology/Gene Reg. (10)
20
12 12 Lab Practical:Hands-on skills assessment
& Take Home Quiz: Concepts evaluation:
35
Other - Discretionary Points
Preparation & Participation
5