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BIO 204 Week 1 Assignment Mitosis Cell Phases (2 Set) BIO 204 Week 1 Individual Assignment Plant Cell Organelles and Their Functions (1 Paper)

BIO 204 Week 2 Individual Assignment Plant Nutrient Functions and Deficiency Symptoms (2 Set) BIO 204 Week 2 Assignment Process of Photosynthesis (2 Papers) BIO 204 Week 2 Assignment Applying the Concept of Membrane Transport Presentation (2 PPT) BIO 204 Week 2 Assignment Process of Photosynthesis (2 Papers) BIO 204 Week 3 Assigment Examining Primary & Secondary Growth and Movement of Sugar & Water Paper (2 Papers) BIO 204 Week 3 Assignment Process of Light Reaction and the Calvin Cycle in Photosynthesis (1 Paper) BIO 204 Week 4 Individual Assignment Photosynthetic Stages (2 Papers)


BIO 204 Week 5 Individual Assignment Phototropism Virtual Laboratory (2 Papers) BIO 204 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Role of Major Hormones Presentation (1 Paper) ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 1 Assignment Mitosis Cell Phases (2 Set)

FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.bio204rank.com This Tutorial contains 2 Set of Answers Mitosis: Cell Phases The phases of mitosis can be observed by staining cells of rapidly growing tissue so the chromosomes can be seen. You have read about each phase separately, but remember that mitosis is a continuous process and that the phases (designated by human observers for your convenience) really merge from one to the next. Review the phases of mitosis in your text. Pay particular attention to the photographs of real cells undergoing mitosis. Complete the table with the following: · For each phase, in 40–60 words, describe in your own words (paraphrase) the major events that occur in the cell. What would you expect the cell or nucleus to look like in each phase? Could you see the chromosomes and the nuclear membrane? If you could see the chromosomes, how would you expect them to be arranged? · Provide a drawing that you create of what the cell would look like in each phase (Suggestion – take pictures and upload the pictures and imbed them here). · Include your references and in-text citations. APA formatted references should go at the end of this document and each response should have an in-text citation.


Phase Description Drawing Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase Cytokinesis ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 1 Individual Assignment Plant Cell Organelles and Their Functions

FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.bio204rank.com What is the interdependent relationship between mitochondria and other organelles? What are similarities and differences between the Golgi apparatus and the large central vacuole? What is the function of chloroplast? Include functions of stroma and grana. Explain the function of the smooth endoplasmic reticulum and rough endoplasmic reticulum. How are their functions similar to the nucleus’? How are they different? Provide three unique chemical or physical properties of water. How are these properties useful to water movement in plant cells? Discuss similarities and differences between bulk flow and diffusion. What


are driving forces behind each process? Describe Fick’s law. How might this law be applied to osmosis? Explain how osmosis is a special case of diffusion. What role does solute concentration play in osmosis? How does water’s chemical potential influence osmosis? What role do water properties play in diffusion? Distinguish between osmotic pressure and potential. What organelle is related to osmotic potential? What role do aquaporins play in cell membrane permeability? What controls the gating of aquaporins? ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 2 Assignment Applying the Concept of Membrane Transport Presentation (2 PPT)

FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.bio204rank.com This Tutorial contains 2 PPT BIO 204 Week2 Applying the Concept of Membrane Transport Presentation No more than 6 bullet points per slide No more than 10 words on each bullet point All explanation should be in the slide notes – all slide notes must be CITED. Maximum word count for slide notes = 250 words per slide Must have an Introduction slide and a conclusion slide All images must have an in-text citation underneath them and their full reference should go in the references slide(s)


Create a 7- to 10-slide (excluding the Title and Reference Slides) Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation. Incorporate the following elements into your presentation to address each scenario, A-E., information should be present in the SLIDE NOTES: Is the movement of a molecule an example of diffusion, osmosis, active transport, endocytosis or exocytosis? Why? Explain the direction of molecular movement involved. Use visuals for each scenario. A) A semipermeable membrane bag containing a 30% sugar solution is placed in a beaker of pure water. B) The cell membrane of a nerve cell keeps 14 times as much sodium outside as it does inside. C) An Elodea (a freshwater plant often used fish tanks) leaf is placed in a 2% salt solution. D) A cell engulfs debris from outside itself. E) A cell makes protein that is headed for a different location within the plant. You should have a minimum of 3 information references for this assignment. Direct Quotes are limited to 2 small quotes (less than 40 words). Include all references and in-text citations for information in the slide notes and all images – all should be formatted in APA style. Include an in-text citation for each paragraph and image, and include a references slide. Assignments with either of these missing will be considered plagiarism and will not be graded. ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 2 Assignment Process of Photosynthesis (2 Papers)

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Write a 750- to 1,050-word paper (in APA style – see APA sample paper), including the equations requested below, describing the important steps of photosynthesis. Provide the equation for photosynthesis. Explain where each reactant comes from and how the plant gets it. Then, explain the importance of each product for life on earth. What is an absorption spectra? Explain why a green leaf looks green. Is it the same reason a red leaf looks red? Explain your answer. What is the main energy-carrying molecule in the process of photosynthesis? How does it carry energy? Where does it carry energy? Provide the reactants and products of the light reactions. Describe how the light reactions work. Use a diagram or picture (MUST BE CITED – APA format). Provide the reactants and products of the Calvin cycle. Describe the three phases of these reactions. Use a diagram or picture (MUST BE CITED – APA format). Provide the equation for photosynthesis again. For each reactant, explain how it is used within the light reactions or Calvin cycle. For each product, describe how it is generated by either the light reactions or by the Calvin cycle. You should have a minimum of 3 references for this assignment. Direct Quotes are limited to 2 small quotes (less than 40 words). Include all references and in-text citations – all should be formatted in APA style. Include an in-text citation for each paragraph (i.e. all paraphrased information must be cited, not just direct quotes), and include a references section. Assignments with either of these missing will be considered plagiarism and will not be graded. ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 2 Individual Assignment Plant Nutrient Functions and Deficiency Symptoms (2 Set)

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BIO 204 Week 2 Individual Assignment Plant Nutrient Functions and Deficiency Symptoms ELEMENT ROLE IN PLANT FUNCTIONS Description of Deficiency Symptoms Macronutrients Nitrogen Potassium Phosphorous Calcium Magnesium Micronutrients Boron Iron Manganese Zinc Copper ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 3 Assigment Examining Primary Secondary Growth and Movement of Sugar Water Paper (2 Papers)

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Review the major steps of water molecules’ journey from soil to a tree and into leaves. Describe how sugar from photosynthesis is transported throughout the plant. Write a 1,000- to 1,500-word paper (In APA Style – see APA sample Paper), including the pictures requested below, describing primary and secondary growth in plants and the journey of water and sugar molecules in plants. Include the following points and principles: Part 1: Primary and Secondary Cells and Tissues in Plants The three types of plant cells are parenchyma, collenchyma, and sclerenchyma. For each, discuss the basic structure, function, the different types for parenchyma and sclerenchyma, and where in the plant they can be found. Include a picture of a cross section of a leaf (Include an APA formatted intext citation). Label the following structures and then describe each of the following: epidermis, cutin, cuticle, guard cells, stomata, cortex, and vascular bundles. What is the function of a lenticel? How are intercellular spaces important for this function? Include a picture of a stem and label the nodes, internodes, apical meristems, leaf buds, and flower buds. Describe growth by apical meristems. Include a picture of a cross section of secondary growth in a woody species (Include an APA formatted in-text citation). Label the primary xylem and phloem, secondary xylem and phloem, fascicular cambium, and interfascicular cambium. In woody species, additional tissues are produced in the stem and root by two additional meristems. Name these meristems, and describe how they add secondary growth to the plant. Part 2: Water, Sugar, and Mineral Transport in Plants Explain how each of the following mechanisms transports substances within the plant: symplast, osmosis, molecular pumps in the membranes, transport vesicles fusing with the plasma membrane, apoplast, and transfer cells. Describe the costs and benefits of transpiration for plants. Describe how glucose (sugar) is transported within a plant. Use the terms sieve cells, sieve tube members, companion cells, sieve pores, sieve areas, pressure flow hypothesis, sources (provide examples), sinks (provide examples), STM/CC complex, and osmotic potential in your response. Highlight these terms within your answer.


Explain how water and minerals are absorbed and transported by the root system into the xylem and from the xylem into leaves. Include the terms xylem, tracheids, vessel elements, pit membranes, vessel, adhesion, cohesion, cohesion-tension, and transpiration. Highlight these terms within your answer. You should have a minimum of 3 references for this assignment. Direct Quotes are limited to 2 small quotes (less than 40 words). Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Include all references and in-text citations – all should be formatted in APA style. Include an intext citation for each paragraph (i.e. all paraphrased information must be cited, not just direct quotes), and include a references section. Assignments with either of these missing will be considered plagiarism and will not be graded. ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 3 Assignment Process of Light Reaction and the Calvin Cycle in Photosynthesis

FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.bio204rank.com No more than 6 bullet points per slide No more than 10 words on each bullet point All explanation should be in the slide notes – all slide notes must be CITED. Maximum word count for slide notes = 250 words per slide Must have an Introduction slide and a conclusion slide All images must have an in-text citation underneath them and their full reference should go in the references slide(s) Include the following points and principles in your presentation: Remember, most information should be present in the slide notes – keep bullets simple.


Present anatomical features and organelles needed to carry out photosynthesis (guard cells, stomata, parenchyma cells, inner and out membrane of the chloroplast, stroma, grana, and thylakoid). Provide a diagram (include an APA formatted in-text citation) that explains the major steps in the light reactions of photosynthesis. What are some ingredients and products of the light reactions of photosynthesis? Describe how these reactions take place, step-by-step. Present two diagrams (include APA formatted in-text citations) showing the cyclic and noncyclic path traveled by an electron during the electron transport chain. What does each chain accomplish? Describe the process of ATP synthesis at the thylakoid membrane. Does ATP synthesis take place in thylakoid membranes that are in the dark? Explain your answer. Describe the three phases of the Calvin cycle. Discuss whether this cycle occurs in the light, the dark, or both. What are the products of the Calvin cycle? What reactants of the Calvin cycle are products of the light reactions? What reactants of the light reactions are products of the Calvin cycle? Explain how photosynthesis reduces carbon dioxide to carbohydrates using ATP and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH). ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 4 Individual Assignment Photosynthetic Stages (2 Papers)

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Address the following questions: Explain how CO2 enters leaves. What environmental factors control stomatal movement? How are these factors related to physical and chemical properties that control the opening and closing of stomata? What are primary stages in the photosynthetic carbon reduction (PCR) cycle? Explain the role of each stage. Draw a diagram of the stages by utilizing drawing tools in Microsoft Word to aid your explanation. Explain how the ATP and NADPH produced by the photosynthetic electron transport chain are used in the PCR cycle. What roles do light and Rubisco play in regulating the PCR cycle? Explain your answer. Explain how cells release energy through glycolysis, respiration, and fermentation. Identify pathways in each stage. Describe each stage’s role in releasing energy. What is the role of enzymes in degrading starch and sugar? Explain your answer. Discuss some similarities and differences between respiration and fermentation. Aerobic organisms are usually larger than anaerobic organisms. Suggest how this might be related to respiration. ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 4 Plant Anatomy Presentation (2 PPT)

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Basic requirements for all Powerpoint Presentations: • No more than 6 bullet points per slide • No more than 10 words on each bullet point • All explanation should be in the slide notes - all slide notes must be CITED. • Maximum word count for slide notes = 250 words per slide • Must have an Introduction slide and a conclusion slide • All images must have an in-text citation underneath them and their full reference should go in the references slide(s) Create an 8- to 10-slide presentation addressing the following points: • Provide a picture of a cross-section of a leaf, and label the following parts: epidermis, guard cells, stomata, spongy mesophyll, palisade parenchyma, phloem, and xylem. • Describe the leaf anatomy by discussing the functions of the above structures. Explain how that anatomy is ideally suited for photosynthesis. • Provide a picture of a cross-section of a root, and label the following parts: root cap, root apical meristem, zone of elongation, zone of maturation, root hairs, cortex, vascular tissue, ground tissue, endodermis, and the Casparian strip. • Describe the root anatomy (describe the functions of the structures in the previous bullet) and how that anatomy is ideally suited for growth and absorption of water and minerals from the soil. • Copy and paste the table from Appendix A into your slideshow. Complete the table with the nutrient functions and signs of deficiency. Cite your sources according to APA guidelines. See the Center for Writing Excellence for more information on using APA style. A minimum of 2 references is required and a maximum of 2 direct quotes is acceptable.


BOTH In-text citations and references are required or the assignment will be classified as plagiarism and will not be graded. ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 5 Individual Assignment Phototropism Virtual Laboratory (2 Papers)

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Introduction: Provide readers with the experiment’s background information and present the hypothesis in two paragraphs. The introduction is written in the present tense. Include the following points: Discuss the difference between growth and turgor movement in plants. Define phototropism and gravitropism, and explain fundamental mechanisms of each movement. Indicate why studying tropisms are important for plant science. State your hypothesis of how meristem movement occurs in plants in response to sunlight. Explain how your hypothesis will be tested. In one or two sentences, explain what you expect will happen and include at least one alternative outcome. Methods: In two paragraphs, describe how the phototropism experiment was conducted. Include the following points: Experimental design: Describe treatments for the test seedling, and positive and negative controls. Why does the experiment include all three treatments? What does each treatment allow you to understand? Data collection: How did you collect data? Over what time period was it collected? Results: In no less than two paragraphs, describe the results. Include the following points: Begin with a one- or two-sentence summary of your findings. Include the graph generated from your spreadsheet. Your graphs must be labeled. Summarize results discovered in each graph and compare results.


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Discussion: In no less than four paragraphs, describe your findings and consider their importance to plant science. Include the following points: Summarize findings. State whether or not your hypothesis was supported. Explain how phototropism occurs. Include at least one explanation from the textbook. Do your results allow you to support the explanation with 100% certainty? Why or why not? Conclusion. Offer a summary of your findings. Indicate how this experiment will help scientists understand phototropism. Offer at least one example of what still must be learned about phototropism. ==============================================

BIO 204 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Role of Major Hormones Presentation

FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.bio204rank.com BIO 204 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Role of Major Hormones Presentation Create a 10- to 14-slide (Title and Reference slides) Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation that examines one plant hormone and its role in plant growth and function. Basic requirements for all Powerpoint Presentations: Incorporate the following elements into your presentation, information should be present in the SLIDE NOTES:   

Provide an overview of your plant hormone. Provide a brief history of scientific inquiry surrounding your hormone. Describe one experiment that led to understanding the hormone's function. Describe the development of structures involved in plant growth, meristems, cambium, flowers, and seeds. What plant structures and


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functions are associated with the hormone? Explain how it influences plant growth and function. Include a picture to support your explanation. To locate the picture you want to use, select a search engine, and search for the image. Be sure your image is clear and contains an APA formatted intext citation. Provide a photo or diagram (with an APA formatted in-text citation) and an explanation of the effects of hormone deficiency and excess on plant growth or function. Review the main points of the presentation and summarize the hormone's major function for plant growth as a conclusion. Include elegant graphics and a reference slide with citations for photos, cartoons, diagrams, and other references. ==============================================

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