Biology Week 2

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Guest Hollow’s High School Biology Textbook
Guest Hollow's Homeschool Biology TextbookChapter 2: The Chemistry of Life

2.1 Matter and Organic Compounds
2.2 Biochemical Reactions
WorkbookChapter 2.1 workbook pagesChapter 2.2 workbook pages
Writing Assignments
 Take one of the articles from last week about symbiosis (links are pasted below for convenience). Outline it and write it in your own words. OR…you can make a persuasive case of your own of how any other symbiotic relationship highlights creation instead of evolution.

Ant Farmers and their Aphids
Yahweh, Yuccas, and a Young Earth

Option: Make a poster that illustrates symbiosis and gives the credit to our Creator instead of evolution. You will need to have several sections on the poster feature your own writing.
Illustrated Guide to Home Biology Experiments: All Lab, No Lecture (DIY Science)Illustrated Guide to Home Biology ExperimentsLab Session III-2: Carbohydrates and Lipids
Guest Hollow LabsWho took Jerell’s iPod – an organic compound mystery Chemistry of Food Experiment Kit
This is an alternative to the activity linked on Day 1 (Monday).
Exothermic Reaction Make your own Hot Ice!Endothermic reaction  – Ice Cream in a baggieVideo lab (after reading the section on enzymes): Amylase Experiment

Enzyme catalysis

Apologetics and Creation Science
The New Answers Book: Over 25 Questions on Creation / Evolution and the BibleThe New Answers Book 1Chapter 4: Don’t Creationists Deny the Laws of Nature?Chapter 5: What About the Gap Theory & Ruin-Reconstruction Theories?Chapter 6: Cain’s Wife—Who Was She?
Other Resources
Biology Coloring Workbook, 2nd Edition: An Easier and Better Way to Learn BiologyBiology Coloring WorkbookChapter 1
(p. 6) Size Relationships in Biology
Chapter 1
(p. 14) Carbohydrates
Chapter 1 (p. 16) LipidsChapter 1
(p. 18) Proteins
Chapter 2 (p. 34) Enzymes
Enzymes in ActionEnzymes in ActionRead this week.
BrainPOPBrainPOPBody ChemistryCarbohydrates
Amoeba Sisters (YouTube)Biomolecules
Enzymes (Updated)
Enzyme Examples, Cofactors/Coenzymes, Inhibitors, and Feedback Inhibition
Protein Structure and Folding

2 thoughts on “Biology Week 2

  1. The video or Activation Energy in the workbook pages is no longer available.

    1. Thank you SO much for letting us know! We so appreciate you! We’ll get it fixed up asap!

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