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4/30/2012
Dinner Menu – Microbes & Microorganisms
Appetizer (Everyone Shares) 10 POINTS
• Create flashcards with the definition and picture for the following terms: aerobe, anaerobe, flagella, nitrogen-fixing bacteria, pathogen, saprophyte, algae, protist, prokaryote, euglena, amoeba, diatoms
• List at least 3 ways each that bacteria, protist, and fungi can be helpful and harmful to our bodies.
***HINT*** use page 309 of Reading Essential

Chapter 18: Bacteria page 277 & textbook page 526
Entrée (Select One) 10 POINTS
• Create a crossword puzzle out of the following vocabulary words: active transport, passive transport, diffusion, osmosis, photosynthesis, respiration, aerobe, anaerobe,
• Design a billboard advertisement to support biotechnology. (Be sure to include some of its benefits and draw/color a picture. This can be done on a blank sheet of paper.) Be sure it is detailed and the pictures are colored.
Sides (Select Two) 10 POINTS
• Answer the following questions in complete sentences: 1) What is your body’s first line of defenses?  2) What are antigens and antibodies? 3) What are active and passive immunity
• Write a journal entry from the viewpoint of a bacteria detailing your home (aka:living environment)
• Draw and color pictures that represent your body’s natural defense against diseases. Make sure to explain how they defend your body against these diseases.
Chapter 18: Bacteria page 277 & textbook page 526 & Line of Defense page 580
Chapter 19: Protist & Fungi page 287 & textbook page 550 & Biotechnology page 548
Extra Credit
Dessert (Optional) 5 POINTS EXTRA CREDIT
• Draw a Venn diagram to compare and contrast infectious and noninfectious diseases (need at least 3 facts in each to receive full extra credit)
Chapter 18: Bacteria page 277 & textbook page 526

 

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