Is Frankenstein a moral book? If so, in what ways?
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There are certainly morality themes in this book. What does it mean to be human? Do people have a right to experiment with creation? Are "parents" responsible for their children? These questions resonate throughout the story.
What does it mean to be human? Do people have a right to experiment with creation? Are "parents" responsible for their children? These questions resonate throughout the story . . .
Name: 1.09 and 1.10 Combined Lab Report – DNA Model and DNA Replication In this lab you will need to do the following: 1. Read Lessons 1.09 and 1.10 in Unit 1 in your Biology Classroom. 2. Create a model of DNA using one of the methods shown below. 3. Copy and paste images of your DNA model onto this lab report for #1 and #7. 4. Answer all of the questions using complete sentences. Part I – Create a DNA Model You can choose one of the following ways to create your DNA model. 1. You can use the idea in Lesson 1.09 which uses cut up straws, pushpins, paperclips, and marker. If you choose this option, be sure to take a look at the Student Guide in 1.09 resources as well. 2. You can use food items, such as cut up licorice and candies, connected by toothpicks. 3. Create your own model! You can use beads, paper, toys, pipe cleaners, felt, drawings, computer shapes, etc. There are so many great ideas online to help you out if you want to get creative! There are RULES for your model!!! 1. You need specific items/colors to represent the following 7 parts of each nucleotide: a. Deoxyribose sugar b. Phosphate c. The 4 different nitrogenous bases – these should each have different colors i. adenine ii. thymine iii. guanine iv. cytosine d. Bonds - something to attach the parts together 2. Each nucleotide needs to be able to separate from the whole because you will need to be able to separate the strands to show DNA replication for the second part. Here are some examples. 3. 2 complementary strands must be created. Be sure that you are correctly applying the complementary base pairing rules! 4. You must use at least 6 bases on each strand of the DNA molecule. Part II – DNA Replication 1. In Lesson 1.10, complete the activity on slide #4 called Replication. 2. Use the information in Lessons 1.07 – 1.10 to answer the questions. 3. Change your own DNA model to show DNA replication. Copy and paste an image of it. 1.09 and 1.10 Combined DNA Lab Report – Part One – DNA Model 1. Copy and paste an image of your DNA model here. You can use a photo, sketch, or computer drawing. To use a sketch, first you will need to draw the model (it must be in color!), scan it back into the computer, then copy and paste that image. For a computer drawing, you can use an online program such as Paint or Word Shapes to draw directly onto your report. Your image MUST be labeled for full credit!!! (___/5 points) 2. What does each of the items in your model represent? Be specific! (___/3 points) Component of DNA Model Material Type Material Color Sugar Phosphate Adenine Cytosine Thymine Guanine 3. In your own words, explain the complementary base-pairing rules of DNA. Use complete sentences and be sure to check your spelling! (___/2 points) Now you will use your model, what you’ve learned about the structure of DNA, and what you’ve learned from Lessons 1.07 - 1.10 about DNA replication to change your model and answer more questions! In Lesson 1.10, complete the activity on slide #4 called Replication. This will help you complete the lab. 1.09 and 1.10 Combined DNA Lab Report – Part Two – DNA Replication 4. Define each of the following. (___/3 points) Definition/Function DNA helicase DNA polymerase Replication fork 5. Once you have completed the replication activity on slide 4 of Lesson 1.10, compare the original and new DNA molecules that you have made. How does the replicated DNA strand compare to the original DNA strand? Are they the same or different? (___/2 points) 6. Does DNA replication occur before, during, or after mitosis? (see Lesson 1.07) (___/2 points) 7. Create a replication fork on your own DNA model. Use the complementary base-pairing rules to show what your DNA model would look like after replication. Copy and paste an image of your replicated DNA model here. Make sure to label the important parts! (___/3 points) Total Score: ____/20
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