PEA PLANT LAB REPORT
Use the document below to help you write up the lab report for your group's pea experiment. The lab needs to be typed and double-spaced and is due MON (11/14).


AGRICULTURE CLASS GENERATED STUDY GUIDE
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Period 4


GMO WIKI DISCUSSION POST (due SUN 10/23)
Click here to view the instructions and post your response.
PESTICIDE CONFERENCEPESTICIDES (3.3, 1.7, 3.7)The document below contains a list of key concepts and terms that you need to know for our exploration of SOIL AND NUTRIENTS. You'll know you're ready for the discussion on MON (10/17) and the quiz on TUES (10/25) if you understand the key concepts and can you use the vocab.

CLASS NOTES ON SOILS:


SOIL AND NUTRIENTS (3.3, 1.7, 3.7)
The document below contains a list of key concepts and terms that you need to know for our exploration of SOIL AND NUTRIENTS. You'll know you're ready for the discussion on WED/THURS and the quiz on THURS (10/13) if you understand the key concepts and can you use the vocab.

CLASS NOTES ON SOILS:


WIKI DISCUSSION POST
Visit the Wiki Discussion Instructions page to view the specific posting expectations.
THEN...
Using class discussions and activities, the article (Farmer in Chief), and the video (Weekday Veg - http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/graham_hill_weekday_vegetarian.html) respond to the questions below. Formally reference at least 2 specific things (for example...as stated in the article "Farmer in chief"..., as demonstrated by the popcorn race).

Jot down your thoughts as you read or view the assignments

  • What do you think? What is your immediate reaction?
  • How does this relate to what we have been learning and discussing in class?

FOOD ENERGY VOCAB

  1. Food chain
  2. Food web
  3. Trophic level
  4. Producer
  5. Consumer
  6. Herbivore
  7. Omnivore
  8. Carnivore
  9. Decomposer

COUNTING CALORIES

Choose one day (Sat, Sun, OR Mon) to record what you eat for 24 hours. Record the items on the chart supplied. You have to break down bigger items into their individual parts. For example if you eat a bowl of cereal with fruit for breakfast, you'll need to split that into cereal, milk, fruit. Check labels for calories or use http://www.myfoodapedia.gov to help determine the calories of each food.

PEA EXPERIMENT WRITE-UP
You should have this completed (in your lab notebook) by the end of class Thursday 9/15.
lIntro/Background Info Paragraph
lAlaskan Pea (context)
lDetails that pertain to your variable
lQuestion and why it’s important
¡Variables, Control, Constants
¡Hypothesis
¡Materials
¡Procedures



NATURE AND PROCESS OF SCIENCE

Please complete the following vocab definitions in your lab notebook:
Observation
Inference
Hypothesis
Theory
Independent variable
Dependent variable
Control
Constant