- DUE: Stamp & Correct first part of "Measure for Measure" Micropipette Lab
- Practice Pipetting and complete the packet
- Preread Electrophoresis Exploration
- Complete "Electrophoresis Exploration"
- DUE: Stamp & Correct "Electrophoresis Exploration"
- Preread "The Dye/Indicator Lab"
- Run "Dye/Indicator" Lab
- Start Pipetting Practical Quiz
- Chapter 8 Test, which will include questions from "Measure for Measure" and "Electrophoresis Exploration"
- Finish Pipetting Practical Quiz
Friday, April 9, 2010
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Sunday, April 4, 2010
Caterpillars use bacteria to produce green islands in yellowing leaves.
Wolbachia bacteria are a fascinating species, among other things, it put its entire genome into a fruit fly, gives its hosts a variety of superpowers from making them capable of asexual reproduction, causes sex changes in male butterflies, or even killing off the males of the species. So is this relationship straight parasitism (as many would argue), mutualism, or commensalism? It probably depends upon whom you ask!