Populations
Warm upWarm-up:What are the 4 major macromolecules and their monomers?Define the central dogma of molecular biologyWhat ar...
Daphnia Project• Finally! You can finish your Daphnia Project• Serial Dilutions   o Original Concentration/Dilution Factor...
STAR Testing• Why is it important?   o State Requirement – Prevents state take over   o Represents how well HTH is doing a...
ReviewExam Breakdown- 15% cell biology   -   Semi-permeable membranes   -   Enzymes and things that can affect enzymes   -...
ReviewExam Breakdown- 11.7% Ecology  -   Population Size Determined by birth, immigration, emigration and death  -   Photo...
Side Note for SAT II Test-   60 minutes-   80 question-   ¼ off for every wrong answer-   Leave blank -0-   Pick a score t...
Strategies• Keep Calm and Carry On• Scan exam• Answer what you know first, then go back to ones  you are unsure of• Make s...
Warm UpWARM UP: Take out your lab notebook and record howmany daphnia are still alive in each jar for your results. Writeo...
SAT Info•   Reading 800•   Math 800•   Writing 800•   1 raw score for correct answer and -.25 for every    wrong answer.  ...
FAFSAGrant = Free Money, Loans = Must Pay Back• Federal Pell Grant- From Federal Gov. based on  financial need (5.550 max-...
FAFSA• Cal Grant – Only if you’re going to a California  School and you are a resident (GPA-3.0 from HS  and GPA 2.4 from ...
FAFSALoans- Subsidized: no interest when in school, 6 months  after graduating, and during deferment- Unsubsidized: intere...
FAFSAHow Much You get
FAFSA• How much to Borrow?     Depends…Try to borrow as little as possible• Options to Repay Loans:   o Standard Repayment...
FAFSAo Income contingent Repayment    • 2 options and will pay whichever cost less        o the amount you would pay if yo...
College App Screening          Process• Round 1: Eliminate obvious candidates that don’t  make the cut  o Based on GPA, SA...
Things to Look for in a           College•   Accreditation: http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/Search.aspx•   High Graduation...
PopulationsPopulation: organisms in the same species and live in thesame geographical area (close enough to interbreed)Som...
Food for ThoughtOn the issue of human overpopulation…Do you think everyone should have the right toreproduce? Even if they...
Eugenics
Eugenics• the social movement claiming to improve the  genetic features of human populations through  selective breeding a...
Eugenics in US Law• Indiana became the first state to enact sterilization  legislation in 1907, followed closely by Washin...
Eugenics in US Politics• Margret Sanger founder of planned parenthood:  Margaret Sanger saw birth control as a means to  p...
Eugenics in California• The state of California was at the vanguard of the  American eugenics movement, performing about  ...
Why and Who to Sterilize• Men and women were compulsorily sterilized for  different reasons. Men were sterilized to treat ...
How to Sterilize and         Euthanize• A mental institution in Lincoln, Illinois fed its incoming  patients milk infected...
Eugenics Cali to Germany• California eugenicists began producing literature  promoting eugenics and sterilization and send...
We Do NotStandAlone
Eugenics Cali to Germany• Upon returning from Germany in 1934, where more  than 5,000 people per month were being forcibly...
End-ish of EugenicsA few years after end of WWII and Nazi Germany1968-1969 (End of WWII - 1945)      - Feminist Movement
Good Afternoon!Warm up:1. Warm up questionsHow engaged did you feel yesterday? Why?On a scale of 0-100. (0 being unproduct...
HIV/AIDs ActivityTitle: HIV/AIDs – Sex in a CupPurpose: To demonstrate how HIV can spread andhow pathologists locate patie...
HIV/AIDs ActivityMethod:2. Read the post-it privately to yourself. The post-it willdetermine your behavior in trial 1. Kee...
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  1. 1. Populations
  2. 2. Warm upWarm-up:What are the 4 major macromolecules and their monomers?Define the central dogma of molecular biologyWhat are the steps of photosynthesis and where do they occur inthe cell?Announcement:Guest Speaker – May 3rd Thursday. Donate LifeOpen Notes Exam on May 8thAgenda:- Daphnia Project Set Up- STAR Testing Practice and Review Old Material- Populations if we have time
  3. 3. Daphnia Project• Finally! You can finish your Daphnia Project• Serial Dilutions o Original Concentration/Dilution Factor = New Concentration o Dilution Factor = Final New Volume/ Volume Aliquot• Dealing with Tricky Chemicals o Benzaldehyde and Caffiene • Heat up in solution first • Vortex
  4. 4. STAR Testing• Why is it important? o State Requirement – Prevents state take over o Represents how well HTH is doing as school• What do the score mean for me? o STAR allows colleges to compare GPA from different schools• Logistics o Not timed o No electronics or calculators
  5. 5. ReviewExam Breakdown- 15% cell biology - Semi-permeable membranes - Enzymes and things that can affect enzymes - Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells - Central Dogma - Organelles- 31% genetics - Reproduction of Cells - Mendelian Genetics - How to read a codon sheet - DNA/RNA/Protein Structure
  6. 6. ReviewExam Breakdown- 11.7% Ecology - Population Size Determined by birth, immigration, emigration and death - Photosynthesis and Cell Respiration- 15% Evolution - Factors that change the frequency of an allele - Evolution is genetic changes based on changes in environment- 16.7% Physiology - Nervous System - Immune System (HIV and AIDs)
  7. 7. Side Note for SAT II Test- 60 minutes- 80 question- ¼ off for every wrong answer- Leave blank -0- Pick a score to aim for - http://www.sparknotes.com/testprep/books/sat2/biology/chapter2sectio n6.rhtml
  8. 8. Strategies• Keep Calm and Carry On• Scan exam• Answer what you know first, then go back to ones you are unsure of• Make sure you mark on the correct grid• Start getting a good night sleep and eating breakfast at least 2 days before.• Plan to be at least 15 min early.• Read all options before answering• Guess: 2 wrong and 2 right… o Be careful with words such as always, sometimes, never
  9. 9. Warm UpWARM UP: Take out your lab notebook and record howmany daphnia are still alive in each jar for your results. Writeobservations of how the remaining alive daphnia arebehaving.When finished, finish your star testing packet. They are onthe table next to the door.HONORS: Take out your SAT Book.ANNOUNCEMENTS:Guest speaker(s) from Donate Life Thursday
  10. 10. SAT Info• Reading 800• Math 800• Writing 800• 1 raw score for correct answer and -.25 for every wrong answer. o Therefore, if you can eliminate 1 answer out of the 5 answers then guess. o http://www.sparknotes.com/testprep/books/newsat/chapter3section4.rht ml• Pacing – Practice taking it and time yourself
  11. 11. FAFSAGrant = Free Money, Loans = Must Pay Back• Federal Pell Grant- From Federal Gov. based on financial need (5.550 max- changes each school yr.)
  12. 12. FAFSA• Cal Grant – Only if you’re going to a California School and you are a resident (GPA-3.0 from HS and GPA 2.4 from college)• Different types of Cal Grants: o Cal Grant A: for undergrads resident (GPA-3.0 from HS and GPA 2.4 from college) • Going to a public school: $5,472 and $12,192 • Going to a private school: $9,708 o Cal Grant B: For low income students (GPA -2.0) • $1,551 for housing and books o Cal Grant C: For trade and occupational schools • $576 max for books • $2,592 for tuition o Cal Grant A and B competitive: If you don’t go to college right after high school. Doesn’t really concern you but usually need higher GPA
  13. 13. FAFSALoans- Subsidized: no interest when in school, 6 months after graduating, and during deferment- Unsubsidized: interest all the time- PLUS Loan: Unsubsidized loan your parents can take out
  14. 14. FAFSAHow Much You get
  15. 15. FAFSA• How much to Borrow? Depends…Try to borrow as little as possible• Options to Repay Loans: o Standard Repayment: 50$ a month min and have 10 years to pay back (least interest) o Extended Repayment: Must have over S30,000 in loans. 25 yrs to pay off • 2 options: Fixed and Graduated o Fixed: pay same amount as standard plan for 25 yrs o Graduated: pay less at first and payment increases every 2 years. (max increase is 3x) May end up paying more interest
  16. 16. FAFSAo Income contingent Repayment • 2 options and will pay whichever cost less o the amount you would pay if you repaid your loan in 12 years multiplied by an income percentage factor that varies with your annual income, or o 20% of your monthly discretionary income*.o Income Based Repayment • Under financial hardship you can pay a percentage of your income per month. • After 25 years can be forgiven for rest of loans if meet certain requirements o Public service worker – 10 years of payments forgiven o Dangers: High interest. May not qualify
  17. 17. College App Screening Process• Round 1: Eliminate obvious candidates that don’t make the cut o Based on GPA, SAT, Sloppy Essay• Round 2: Regional admission staff debate why candidates are worthy o Where your essay matters o Pick a theme: Perseverance, Innovative, etc. Then show how you represent that theme.
  18. 18. Things to Look for in a College• Accreditation: http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/Search.aspx• High Graduation Rate:• Low Student – Faculty Ratio• Financial Aid Assistance• Internship options while you’re an undergrad (preferably paid)• Paid Travel opportunities• Engaging classes ()• School activities match your interest• Health and Wellness facilities• Campus Safety and Comfort• Academic Support Services• Career Services and Leadership opportunity• Strong Computing Infrastructure• Strong Alumni Network
  19. 19. PopulationsPopulation: organisms in the same species and live in thesame geographical area (close enough to interbreed)Some factors that ecologists consider when they studypopulations: Geographical range: the size of the area thepopulation lives in Density: how close together organisms in apopulation live together Age Structure: The percentage of people in differentage groups Growth rate: how fast or slow is the population sizeincreasing
  20. 20. Food for ThoughtOn the issue of human overpopulation…Do you think everyone should have the right toreproduce? Even if they don’t have the financial,physical, or social ability to provide for their offspring?What if this reproduction rights had an effect on howmuch taxes you have to pay? Etc. Should everyonestill have the right to reproduce?
  21. 21. Eugenics
  22. 22. Eugenics• the social movement claiming to improve the genetic features of human populations through selective breeding and sterilization
  23. 23. Eugenics in US Law• Indiana became the first state to enact sterilization legislation in 1907, followed closely by Washington and California in 1909.• 1927 Supreme Court case Buck v. Bell which legitimized the forced sterilization of patients at a Virginia home for the mentally retarded.• An IQ of 70 or lower meant sterilization was appropriate in North Carolina.• The American Breeder’s Association was the first eugenic body in the U.S. The ABA was formed to “investigate and report on heredity in the human race, and emphasize the value of superior blood and the menace to society of inferior blood.” Membership included Alexander Graham Bell, Stanford president David Starr Jordan and Luther Burbank.
  24. 24. Eugenics in US Politics• Margret Sanger founder of planned parenthood: Margaret Sanger saw birth control as a means to prevent unwanted children from being born into a disadvantaged life, and incorporated the language of eugenics to advance the movement
  25. 25. Eugenics in California• The state of California was at the vanguard of the American eugenics movement, performing about 20,000 sterilizations or one third of the 60,000 nationwide from 1909 up until the 1960s.• Almost 19 million people attended the Panama- Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. o Conference for 10 months to address stopping disease and inferior characteristics through eugenics
  26. 26. Why and Who to Sterilize• Men and women were compulsorily sterilized for different reasons. Men were sterilized to treat their aggression and to eliminate their criminal behavior, while women were sterilized to control the results of their sexuality (prostitution)
  27. 27. How to Sterilize and Euthanize• A mental institution in Lincoln, Illinois fed its incoming patients milk infected with tuberculosis (reasoning that genetically fit individuals would be resistant), resulting in 30-40% annual death rates.• Unknown “Cure”• Medical Neglect
  28. 28. Eugenics Cali to Germany• California eugenicists began producing literature promoting eugenics and sterilization and sending it overseas to German scientists and medical professionals. By 1933, California had subjected more people to forceful sterilization than all other U.S. states combined. The forced sterilization program engineered by the Nazis was partly inspired by Californias
  29. 29. We Do NotStandAlone
  30. 30. Eugenics Cali to Germany• Upon returning from Germany in 1934, where more than 5,000 people per month were being forcibly sterilized, the California eugenics leader C. M. Goethe bragged to a colleague:• "You will be interested to know that your work has played a powerful part in shaping the opinions of the group of intellectuals who are behind Hitler in this epoch-making program. Everywhere I sensed that their opinions have been tremendously stimulated by American thought . . . I want you, my dear friend, to carry this thought with you for the rest of your life, that you have really jolted into action a great government of 60 million people."
  31. 31. End-ish of EugenicsA few years after end of WWII and Nazi Germany1968-1969 (End of WWII - 1945) - Feminist Movement
  32. 32. Good Afternoon!Warm up:1. Warm up questionsHow engaged did you feel yesterday? Why?On a scale of 0-100. (0 being unproductive and 100 beinghighly productive) What would you rate yourself?2. Turn in your STAR Packet. Make a neat pile on the tablein front of the fridge.Agenda:P1 – Sex in a Cup (HIV/AIDs Transmission)P2 – Guest SpeakerP3 – Guest SpeakerP4 – Sex in a Cup (HIV/AIDs Transmission)
  33. 33. HIV/AIDs ActivityTitle: HIV/AIDs – Sex in a CupPurpose: To demonstrate how HIV can spread andhow pathologists locate patient zero (the patient thatfirst contracted the disease)Method:1. Get a cup filled with fluids and the post-it attached to it. (Do not sniff or drink your fluid cup. If fluids get in contact with skin, rinse immediately with cold water)
  34. 34. HIV/AIDs ActivityMethod:2. Read the post-it privately to yourself. The post-it willdetermine your behavior in trial 1. Keep it a secret.3. When you exchange body fluids, pour your fluids in theircup and take back and equal amount of fluid you gaveaway to your partner.4. You must ask permission to exchange fluids and you maynot tell the person your role.5. Keep track of who you exchanged body fluids with in theresults table6. Only exchange fluids if you role allows you too.7. After exchanging fluids for 5 times you will beadministered an AIDs test

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