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Lab Two

Page history last edited by shafi farah 9 months, 4 weeks ago

Instructions:

Each student will post a Wiki Page on a specific "Cell Structure / Macromolecule".

(10 points Possible)

 

Start by going out on the web and search about one of the Cell Structure / Macromolecules listed below.

 

Grading will be based on the following criteria:

 

10 points: If your "Cell Structure / Macromolecule" Wiki page includes the following.

 

Link from the bottom of this Wiki page to your "Cell Structure / Macromolecule" Wiki page.

 

Written description (3 paragraphs minimum) about your "Cell Structure / Macromolecule"

MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS. NO COPY | PASTE SOMEONE ELSES WORDS

1st paragraph must describe the Cell Structure / Macromolecules structural characteristics (e.g. describe how your Cell Structure / Macromolecule is organized and where it is located in the cell).

2nd paragraph should describe the function your Cell Structure / Macromolecule plays in the cell.

3rd paragraph should describe any additional unique characteristics of the Cell Structure / Macromolecule.

 

Include a minimum of one visual item (picture, video or animation) to support your description of your specific "Cell Structure / Macromolecule".

 

Include your reference URL's or bibliography.

 

EVERY STUDENT MUST HAVE THEIR OWN ELEMENT CELL STRUCTURE / MACROMOLECULE WIKI PAGE (NO DUPLICATION)...  MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT ALL OTHER STUDENTS WIKI PAGES BEFORE POSTING YOUR OWN.  THIS IS A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE ASSIGNMENT.  STUDENTS WHO SELECT AN "CELL STRUCTURE" FROM THE LIST BELOW EARLY IN THE WEEK GET MORE OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM.  STUDENTS WHO WAIT UNTIL THE DEADLINE WILL GET LESS OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM.

 

ANY STUDENT WHO ALTERS, COPIES, DELETES ANOTHER STUDENTS WORK WILL RECEIVE A ZERO (0) SCORE ON THAT PARTICULAR WIKI ASSIGNMENT.

 

 

Scoring Rubric -

10 points: If your "Cell Structure / Macromolecule" Wiki page includes all 4 of the items listed above.

 

7 points: If your "Cell Structure / Macromolecule" Wiki page includes 3 of the items listed above.

 

5 points: If your "Cell Structure / Macromolecule" Wiki page 2 of the items listed above.

 

3 points: If your "Cell Structure / Macromolecule" Wiki page 1 of the items listed above.

 

1 points: If your "Cell Structure / Macromolecule" Wiki page was attempted but failed to include any of the items listed above.

 

0 points: If your "Cell Structure / Macromolecule" Wiki page was not attempted.

 


Please DO NOT EDIT ANYTHING ABOVE ON THIS PAGE!


SELECT THE "EDIT" TAB ABOVE AND USE THE "ADD LINK" TOOL TO LINK YOUR ELEMENT (ATOM) WIKI PAGE TO YOUR SPECIFIC CELL STRUCTURE / MACROMOLECULE LISTED BELOW WITH YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAMES.

 

Add your links below by "Editing this page"

 

Chloroplast by: Amber Mulligan

 

 

Endoplasmic Reticulum by: Elisa Ruiz Lab 2- Endoplasmic Reticulum

 

Flagellum by: izahnaya tovsen

 

Golgi Apperatus by: Alanna DeGroot

 

Mitochondria by: Regine Epps

 

Vacuole by: Kelsey Messerole

 

Nucleus-Aden Ali

 

Acrosome by Zuhur Mohamed

 

Autophagosome by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Centriole by: D'lissa Mattox

 

Cilium by: Julia Kolaru

 

Eyespot Apparatus by Patrice Finley 

 

Glycosome by: Phillip Day 

 

Glyoxysome by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Hydrogenosome by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Lysosome by: Lindsay Hecimovich- Lab 2 

 

Melanosome by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Mitosome by: Taricka Tolliver- Mitosome

 

Myofibril-Matthew Iverson

 

Nematocyst by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Peroxisome by: Peroxisome Lab 2 Kaela Borders

 

Proteasome by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Ribosome by: Marianne Bird

 

Vesicle: By. Brittany List http://humanbiologylab.pbworks.com/w/page/138269802/Vesicle%20Lab%202

 

Microbody Harmony Lowe Microbody

 

Cytosol by: Masnoo Adem

 

Endomembrane System by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Microtubule by  microtubule by shafi farah

Carboxysome by: Colleen Gustafson lab 2 colleen

 

Chlorosome by: Abdirauf Sallah

 

 

Nucleoid by: Blair Johnson

 

Thylakoid by: Azure Qian

 

Mesosome by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

DNA by: Elizabeth Jean

 

RNA: RNA - Lab 2 - Sarah Zambrano

 

Spliceosome by: Student First Name and Last Name

 

Nucleolus by: Nucleolus - Lab 2 - Stella Zhang

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (1)

Mitch Albers said

at 8:34 am on Aug 18, 2019

We got students off and running on the Lab 1 Wiki Assignment! Lab 2 is next...

Reminders to Maximize the points you earn on each Wiki Assignment:

1.) Always make sure your Wiki Assignments meets the specific grading rubric.
2.) Don't for get to add your Wiki Assignment Title and your first and last names at the top of each Wiki you post.
3.) Don't procrastinate....if you do you get the last choice on many of these Wiki Assignment topics.
4.) Don't copy/paste other work. That's plagiarism and you'll loose points or get zero credit if you do...

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