Professional Roles and Values

Topics: Protein, Amino acid, Adenosine triphosphate Pages: 18 (3701 words) Published: October 29, 2014
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● Save  your  models!  If  you  need  revisions,  you  won’t  want  to  build  it again,  especially  if  it’s  a  really  simple  fix!  :) ● If  you  have  never  used  powerpoint  before,  this  short  video  explains some  of  the  things  you  can  do  in  powerpoint:  Getting  Started  in PowerPoint.  If  you  would  like  additional  help  with  computers  or powerpoint,  you  can  contact  the  Student  Success  Center  by  filling out  this  form.  If  you  don’t  have  PowerPoint,  no  worries!  Google  has a  super  easy  and  free  equivalent  that  you  can  access  using  your WGU  login  -­  this  video  shows  you  how:  Using  Google  Drive  to  make presentations.

Lipids  –  Complete  and  submit  in  2-­3  days
The  Structure  of  Lipids  (Day  One)
Work  through  the  following  subsections  in  Thinkwell  Biochemistry  section 2.6  ("Lipids  and  Nucleic  Acids")  by  watching  the  videos  and  reading  the notes:
● subsection  2.6.1  ("Lipids:  An  Introduction")  (video  length:  8:29) ● subsection  2.6.2  ("Saturated  vs.  Unsaturated  Fats")  (video  length: 9:28)
● subsection  2.6.3  ("Phospholipids,  Waxes,  and  Steroids")  (video length:  10:13)

Watch  this  YouTube  video  on  lipid  structure:
● “Lipid  Structure”
Fatty  Acid  Models  (Day  One)
Using  gumdrops  and  toothpicks,  or  other  household  materials,  create  2 three-­dimensional  models:  one  of  a  saturated  fatty  acid  and  one  of  an unsaturated  fatty  acid.  Be  sure  to  label  or  color-­code  the  different  atoms and  make  sure  that  all  single  and  double  bonds  are  clear.  Take  a  picture  of your  models  to  include  in  your  performance  task  on  lipids. Watch  this  youtube  video  on  making  models:

● “Making  Models”
Lipids  within  the  Plasma  Membrane  (Day  One)
Work  through  the  following  subsections  in  Thinkwell  Biochemistry  by watching  the  videos  and  reading  the  notes:
● Subsection  3.1.4  ("Membranes:  Basic  Structure")  (video  length: 10:24)
● Subsection  3.4.2  ("The  Plasma  Membrane:  The  Fluid  Mosaic Model")  (video  length:  8:16)
Plasma  Membrane  Drawing  (Day  One)
Draw  a  diagram  of  the  fluid  mosaic  model  of  a  plasma  membrane.  Be  sure to  identify  the  following:
● phospholipid
● hydrophobic  part  of  the  bilayer
● hydrophilic  part  of  the  bilayer
● membrane  protein(s)
Take  a  picture  of  your  diagram  to  include  in  your  performance  task  on lipids.
Lipids  are  Energy  (Day  Two)
Watch  the  following  video:
● "How  do  Fatty  Acids  Make  Energy?"

Watch  the  first  3:45  of  the  following  subsection  in  Thinkwell  Biochemistry and  review  the  notes:
● subsection  4.4.4  ("Other  Fuels  in  Respiration")  (video  length:  11:14, only  watch  the  first  3:45  on  lipids)
Read  the  section  from  chapter  2  on  energy  in  Biochemistry  Free  and Easy:
● “Oxidative  Energy”  through  “Entropy  and  Energy”  (pages  24-­28, PDF  pages  6-­10)
Read  the  section  from  chapter  6  on  the  breakdown  of  fatty  acids  in Biochemistry  Free  and  Easy:
● “Fatty  Acid  Oxidation”  (pages  150-­151,  PDF  pages  25-­26) Lipids  in  the  Body  (Day  Two)
Review  the  following  websites  about  how  the  body...
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