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Inheritance and Survival. Inheritance of sex Extra “mini” coursework Nature versus Nurture. Lesson Aims. To understand how sex is inherited and the importance of chromosome pair 23 Investigate effect of cigarette smoke on the growth of the foetus

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Inheritance and survival

Inheritance and Survival

Inheritance of sex

Extra “mini” coursework

Nature versus Nurture


Lesson aims

Lesson Aims

  • To understand how sex is inherited and the importance of chromosome pair 23

  • Investigate effect of cigarette smoke on the growth of the foetus

  • Explore the relationships between our genes and the environment


Inheritance of sex

Inheritance of sex


Sex chromosomes

Sex chromosomes

  • Every cell in the human body has 46 chromosomes.

  • There are 22 pairs of chromosomes.

  • The two other chromosomes do not always look alike.


Sex chromosomes1

Sex chromosomes

  • They are called the sex chromosomes.

  • Every female cell has two sex chromosomes which are alike (XX)


Sex chromosomes2

Sex chromosomes

  • Every male cell has two chromosomes which are not alike (XY)


Inheritance and survival

cells in testis of male

cell in ovary of female

XY

XX


Inheritance and survival

cells in testis of male

cell in ovary of female

XY

XX

there are two types of sperm

X

Y


Inheritance and survival

cells in testis of male

cell in ovary of female

XY

XX

X

there are two types of sperm

there is only one type of ovum

X

X

Y


Inheritance and survival

cells in testis of male

cell in ovary of female

XY

XX

X

there are two types of sperm

there is only one type of ovum

X

X

Y


Inheritance and survival

cells in testis of male

cell in ovary of female

XY

XX

X

there are two types of sperm

there is only one type of ovum

X

X

Y

Y

X


Inheritance and survival

cells in testis of male

cell in ovary of female

XY

XX

X

there are two types of sperm

there is only one type of ovum

X

X

Y

X

X

Y

X


Inheritance and survival

cells in testis of male

cell in ovary of female

XY

XX

X

there are two types of sperm

there is only one type of ovum

X

X

Y

X

X

Y

X


Sex chromosomes3

Sex chromosomes

  • The sex of the baby depends on which type of sperm fertilises the ovum.

  • The chances of the baby being a boy (XY) or a girl (XY) are equal.


Smoking babies

Smoking babies!

A mini coursework exercise


Inheritance and survival

  • Follow the instructions on the sheet you are given.

  • All to be done on paper and lined paper!


Nature versus nurture

Nature versus nurture

Read the sheet given out!


Iq test

IQ Test

Do the IQ test!


Iq test answers

IQ test answers

  • 4

  • DUAL

  • 10

  • 2

  • NIROY (irony; steel; copper; bronze)

  • PILE

  • 52

  • 66

  • KOYNED (purple; donkey; azure; violet)

  • 44

  • 1

  • 6

  • ONE


Iq test answers1

IQ test answers

  • 6

  • 77

  • 3

  • V and M (spells PAVEMENT)

  • BUSH

  • 484 (783-541 x 2)

  • SING

  • 24 (0+3, 3+5, 8+7, 15 + 9) What?????

  • STUN

  • TIGHT

  • 5

  • NOSE


Iq test answers2

IQ test answers

  • 35 (1+7, 8+8, 16+9, 25+10)

  • 6

  • CRACK

  • W

  • 4

  • 4

  • I and P (DEPOSITS)

  • NIPS

  • STOMACH

  • S over V

  • POST

  • 55

  • 6

  • GLAD


Nature versus nurture1

Nature versus Nurture

Discussion sheet


Nature versus nurture2

Nature versus nurture


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