E EQUIPMENTCork Borers, 4mm to 20mm OD,12 borers/set1. Beaker, 250 ml., borosilicate2. Benedict's Solution,100ml/bottle3. Beral Pipette Dropper, 1 ml.capacity4. Cork Stopper for Ø 16mmtest tube1. categorize the biological molecules(lipids,carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids)according to their structure and functionSTEM BIO11/12Ii-j-155. Graduated Cylinder, 10 ml.,soda lime6. Mortar and Pestle, 150 ml.capacity7. Rubber Stopper # 6 with 2holes8. Rubber Stopper for Ø 16mmtest tube9. Test Tube, Ø 16mm x150mm long10. Tripod, Height: 6"K to 12 Senior High School STEM Specialized Subject – Biology 1 August 2016*Experiments in Biology may require balance and triple beam equipmentPage 3 of 8
K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUMSENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) SPECIALIZED ARNING COMPETENCIESCODESCIENCE EQUIPMENT11. Watch Glass, Ø 90mm2. explain the role of each biological molecule inspecific metabolic processesSTEM BIO11/12Ii-j-163. describe the components of an enzymeSTEM BIO11/12Ii-j-17STEM BIO11/12Ii-j-184. explain oxidation/reduction reactions1. Alcohol Thermometer, -20ºCto 110ºC2. Hand Gloves, acid/solventresistant, super nitrile3. Litmus Paper Strips, blue,100's/vial5. determine how factors such as pH, temperature,and substrate affect enzyme activitySTEM BIO11/12Ii-j-194. Litmus Paper Strips, red,100's/vial5. Safety Goggles6. Syringe, plastic, 30 ml.7. Wash Bottle, plastic, 250 ml.8. Watch Glass, Ø 90mmEnergyTransformation1. ATP- ADPCycle2. Photosynthesis3. Respirationprepare simplefermentation setupusing common fruitsto produce wine orvinegar viamicroorganisms1. explain coupled reaction processes and describethe role of ATP in energy coupling and transferSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-12. describe the major features and chemical eventsin photosynthesis and respirationSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-2K to 12 Senior High School STEM Specialized Subject – Biology 1 August 2016*Experiments in Biology may require balance and triple beam equipment1. Alcohol Thermometer, -20ºCto 110ºC2. Bromthymol blue, 100 ml /Page 4 of 8
K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUMSENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) SPECIALIZED ARNING COMPETENCIESCODESCIENCE EQUIPMENTbottle3. Filter Paper, ordinary, 24" x24" sheet4. Glass Funnel, Ø 50mm (TopInside Diameter), 75mm longStem5. Graduated Cylinder, 10 ml.,soda lime6. Litmus Paper Strips, blue,100's/vial7. Litmus Paper Strips, red,100's/vial8. Tripod, Height: 6"9. Yeast, granules, active dryyeast, 100 grams / bottle3. explain the importance of chlorophyll and otherpigmentsSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-34. describe the patterns of electron flow throughlight reaction eventsSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-45. describe the significant events of the CalvincycleSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-56. differentiate aerobic from anaerobic respirationSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-61. Wash Bottle, plastic, 250 ml.K to 12 Senior High School STEM Specialized Subject – Biology 1 August 2016*Experiments in Biology may require balance and triple beam equipment2. Yeast, granules, active dryyeast, 100 grams / bottlePage 5 of 8
K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUMSENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) SPECIALIZED ARNING COMPETENCIESCODESCIENCE EQUIPMENT3. Alcohol Thermometer, -20ºCto 110ºC4. Bromthymol blue, 100 ml /bottle5. Graduated Cylinder, 10 ml.,soda lime7. explain the major features and sequence thechemical events of cellular respirationSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-76. Litmus Paper Strips, blue,100's/vial7. Litmus Paper Strips, red,100's/vial8. Tripod, Height: 6"9. Yeast, granules, active dryyeast, 100 grams / bottle8. distinguish major features of glycolysis, Krebscycle, electron transport system, andchemiosmosisSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-89. describe reactions that produce and consumeATPSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-910. describe the role of oxygen in respiration anddescribe pathways of electron flow in theabsence of oxygenSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-1011. compute the number of ATPs needed or gainedin photosynthesis and respirationSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-1112. explain the advantages and disadvantages offermentation and aerobic respirationSTEM BIO11/12IIa-j-12K to 12 Senior High School STEM Specialized Subject – Biology 1 August 2016*Experiments in Biology may require balance and triple beam equipmentPage 6 of 8
K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUMSENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) SPECIALIZED SUBJECTCode Book LegendSample: STEM BIO11/12-IIa-j-12LEGENDSAMPLELearning Area and Strand/ Subject orSpecializationScience, Technology, Engineering andMathematicsGrade LevelGrade 11 or 12Domain/Content/Component/ TopicBiologyFirst EntryUppercase Letter/sSTEM BIO11/12Roman Numeral*Zero if no specific quarterQuarterSecond QuarterIIWeekWeeks one to tena-jLowercase Letter/s*Put a hyphen (-) in between letters to indicatemore than a specific weekArabic NumberCompetencyK to 12 Senior High School STEM Specialized Subject – Biology 1 August 2016*Experiments in Biology may require balance and triple beam equipmentexplain the advantages and disadvantagesof fermentation and aerobic respiration12Page 7 of 8
K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUMSENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) SPECIALIZED SUBJECTReferences:Alberts, Bruce et. al. Molecular biology of the cell. (5th ed.). New York: Garland Publishing, 2007.Reece, Jane. B. et. al. Campbell Biology (9th ed.). Boston: Pearson, 2011.K to 12 Senior High School STEM Specialized Subject – Biology 1 August 2016*Experiments in Biology may require balance and triple beam equipmentPage 8 of 8
Transport c. Active Transport d. Bulk/Vesic ular Transport 2. relate the structure and composition of the cell membrane to its function STEM_BIO11/12-Ig-h-12 3. explain transport mechanisms in cells (diffusion osmosis, facilitated transport, active transport) STEM_BIO11
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