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Incorporating Lecture, Laboratory, and Literature utilizing Case Studies Ann T.S. Taylor Chemistry Department Wabash College Crawfordsville, IN 47933

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What are your non-content course objectives?

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The Context: Che 361 Required course for Chemistry majors Most Chem minors additionally take the course Organic II essential Typical enlistment: 24-30 understudies, 8-12 for every lab area Three 50 minute class periods and one three hour lab for every week

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Che 361: Biochemistry non-content objectives Cooperative learning methodologies Transferrence and associations Application, not just remembrance Cultivate scholarly interest Requires basic supposing aptitudes Oral and composed relational abilities Use bioinformatic and displaying instruments

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Common components my cases A short genuine story Reading survey and essential writing articles Short in-class little gathering exercises which interface the case and address Laboratory exercises that specifically identify with the case Computational movement

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The Case of the Tainted Tacos A Case Study on Genetically Modified Foods which incorporates lab, address, and writing

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Unit objectives Students ought to have the capacity to: Explain interpretation and interpretation Design PCR tests for a succession of premium Understand how transgenic living beings are made Reinforce standards of enzymology, protein structure, and layer transport Resolve clashing information sets Understand the more extensive moral ramifications of utilizing GM nourishments

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The Case of the Tainted Tacos The Setup Story

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Questions created by story How are GM sustenances made? How do GM nourishments "work"? Are GM nourishments ok for the earth? Could weeds get to be impervious to herbicides? Are GM nourishments ok for people? Do ranchers truly profit by utilizing GM items? Would it be a good idea for me to eat GM sustenances? Do I as of now eat GM nourishments?

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Case showing procedures Common study zones Specialization Jigsawing

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Questions all gatherings contemplate What are the most widely recognized hereditary changes of sustenances How hereditary adjustments are made How hereditary alterations can be identified, and how these strategies work Design the preliminaries that are utilized as a part of the lab

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Specialist bunches Farmers Study the financial effect of GM nourishments and how RoundUp Ready items function Entomologists Study the system of Bt items and their effect upon different creepy crawlies Immunologists Look at techniques to foresee allergenicity

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Linking Literature Guided perusing questions Small gathering issues Literature seeks

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Example: Farmers Read three papers, then answer inquiries, for example, Why do ranchers utilize hereditarily altered plants? At the point when do agriculturists profit monetarily from utilizing GM crops? Why does RoundUp (glyphosate) influence plants however not creatures? How does glyphosate influence EPSPS, both fundamentally and dynamically? Depict in detail how weeds that are impervious to RoundUp vary from wildtype (ordinary) plants.

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Goals: Better irritation administration Increase yield Reduce pesticide utilize More adaptability Disadvantages: Only beneficial when pervasion cost is more prominent than tech cost Unknown impact on soil nature Development of "superweeds" Economic effect of GM harvests

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How does RoundUp work?

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Integrating innovation Presentations Research methods with guided headings Tools and instructional exercises from the web

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RoundUp Resistance displaying

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Entomologist demonstrating

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Computational examination of Cry9 for allergenicity Does it have homology to known allergens? Impact pursuit of allergen database STGSST (422-428) is indistinguishable to a succession in an Aspergillus fumigatus allergen Is the homology in a hydrophilic district? No—from a computational device talked about in one of the papers

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Linking lab Do an examination identified with the issue! Sources: Adapt a current lab Adapt a "true" method Adapt an analysis from one of the papers Adapt a distributed showing lab (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, Journal of College Science Teaching, Journal of Chemical Education) Work looking into the issue amid address and lab

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Typical lab comes about 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2000 1000 500 300 200 Lane 1, Arrowhead Mills corn dinner; path 2, Kroger corn feast; path 3, Quaker white corn supper; path 4, Cotton Pickin' corn biscuit blend; path 5, Jiffy corn biscuit blend; path 6,Gold Medal corn biscuit blend; path 7, Aunt Jemima hoe cake blend; path 8, Martha White corn biscuit blend; path 9, non-transgenic corn seed; path 10, Pioneer YieldGard corn seed.

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Break down of occasions

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Other illustrations Olestra case http://www.providence.edu/chm/kcornely/Casebook.htm remove & process lipids from potato chips Drug revelation HIV protease active examination structure investigation Drug disclosure lab (BAMBED (2005) 33: 16 – 21)

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References Case concentrate on: Advanced variant: http://www.sciencecases.org/gmo/gmo_adv.asp GOB rendition: http://www.sciencecases.org/gmo/gmo_gen.asp Also distributed in JCST (2005) 34(2): Lab tests: Taylor, J Chem Ed (2005) 82 (4): 597-598. Brinegar & Levee BAMBED (2004) 32: 35-38 . http://www.greenomes.org/

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Case ponder accumulations https://chico.nss.udel.edu/Pbl/(requires secret key) http://www.fhs.mcmaster.ca/pbls/composing/http://ublib.buffalo.edu/libraries/ventures/cases/ubcase.htm K. Cornely, Cases in Biochemistry , John Wiley & Sons, 1999; likewise at http://www.providence.edu/chm/kcornely/Casebook.htm

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