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Chapter 10 meiosis

Chapter 10 Meiosis

Textbook pages 270 - 276


Reproduction

Reproduction

  • Reproduction - process of producing offspring.

  • Some offspring are produced by two parents.

  • Some offspring are produced by just one parent.

  • Whether an organism is identical or similar to its parent is determined by the way the organism reproduces.


Asexual reproduction

Asexual Reproduction

  • Production of identical offspring:

    • Mitosis

    • Binary Fission

    • Budding

      Today were going to talk about sexual reproduction at the cellular level.


Sexual reproduction

Sexual Reproduction

  • Practiced by most eukaryotic organisms

  • In sexual reproduction, two parents give genetic material to produce offspring that are geneticallydifferent from their parents.

  • Each parent produces gametes (reproductive cell); sperm and eggs.

  • A gamete from one parent fuses with a gamete from the other parent to form a zygote.

  • This process is called fertilization.


Germ cells somatic cells

Germ Cells & Somatic Cells

  • Germ cells (gametes) are cells that are specialized for sexual reproduction (sperm & egg).

  • Somatic cells are all other body cells. They DO NOT participate in sexual reproduction.


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CHROMOSOMES:

All cells contain chromosomes. There are two types of chromosomes found in the nucleus of cells:

autosomes

sex chromosomes

Your body cells contain 23 pairs of

homologous chromosomes:

  • 23 chromosomes from your mom, and

  • 23 chromosomes from your dad


New term

NEW Term!

  • Homologous chromosomes are chromosomes that make up a pair; one from each parent

    • Are the same length

    • Have the same genes


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Your body cells contain 23 pairs of homologous chromosomes:

For each homologous pair, one chromosome comes from

mom and one comes from dad.


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LOOK AT THE KARYOTYPE BELOW:

Chromosome pairs 1-22 are autosomes.

The 23rd pair are the sex chromosomes: X and Y which determinegender:

XX =

XY =

female

male


Haploid vs diploid

Haploid vs. Diploid

  • Cells that are diploid (somatic cells) have two sets of chromosomes (2n)

  • Cells that are haploid (gametes) have one set of chromosomes (n)


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Body Cells

- somaticcells

- diploid (2n)

Diploid (2n) cells – have two copies

of every chromosome

- half the chromosomes come from each parent

Gametes

- sex cells (sperm and egg)

- have DNA that can be

passed to offspring

- haploid (n)

Haploid (n) cells – have one copy of each chromosome

- gametes have 22 autosomes and 1 sex chromosome


Key terms

Key Terms

  • Diploid refers to complete chromosome sets in a cell (or 2N)

    • N= the number of chromosomes in a gamete (sex cell)

    • N chromosomes from the female parent + N chromosomes from the male parent= 2N

    • For humans, 2N = 46


Key terms1

Key Terms

  • Haploid refers to single chromosomes in a cell (or N)

    • One-half of the 2N set (the maternal N or the paternal N)

    • Gametes (i.e. sperm, egg sex cells) are haploid cells

    • For humans, N = 23


Bottom line

Bottom Line

  • diploid means there are the full number of chromosomes in cells

  • haploid means that there are half the number of chromosomes in cells


Mitosis and meiosis

MITOSIS AND MEIOSIS


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Mitosis and meiosis are types of nucleardivision that

make different types of cells.

Meiosis

- occurs in sex cells

- Makes 4 haploid cells from diploid cells

- produces gametes

Mitosis

- occurs in somatic cells

- makes more diploid cells

Make a Venn diagram to compare and

Contrast Mitosis and Meiosis!


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MEIOSIS


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Meiosis reduces the chromosome number

and creates genetic diversity.

homologouschromosomes

sister

chromatids

sister

chromatids

Cells go through two rounds of division in meiosis:

  • Meiosis I and Meiosis II - each round has four phases

  • Meiosis I – pairs of homologous chromosomes separate

  • Meiosis II – sister chromatids divide


Meiosis i nterphase o ccurs

Meiosis Interphase Occurs….

  • Replication of DNA

  • Chromatin condenses

    Sounds familiar right???


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Meiosis I

  • Occurs after DNA has been replicated in interphase

  • Divides homologous chromosomes in four phases:

  • prophase I  metaphase I  anaphase I  telophase I

  • After cytokinesis, two cells are produced with one homologous

  • chromosome in each


Prophase i

PROPHASE I

  • Homologous chromosomes pair up

  • Crossing over occurs

  • Nuclear envelope breaks down

  • Spindles form


What is crossing over

What is Crossing Over?

  • Chromosomal segments (genetic information) are exchanged between a pair of homologous chromosomes

Crossing Over Creates Genetic diversity


W hich set of chromatids illustrates the result of a single crossover of the homologous chromosomes

Which set of chromatids illustrates the result of a single crossover of the homologous chromosomes?


Metaphase i

METAPHASE I

  • Spindle fibers attach to the centromeres

  • Homologous Chromosomes Line up at the equator

  • chromosome pairs line up randomly in cell


Anaphase i

ANAPHASE I

  • Homologous chromosomes separate and move to the opposite poles of the cell


Telophase i

TELOPHASE I

  • The cell divides

  • The result is two. 2 Haploid daughter cells with exchanged genetic information

  • The daughter cells are not genetically identical

**During Telophase I Cytokinesis occurs at the same time!!**


Review meiosis i

Anaphase I

Interphase I

Prophase I

Metaphase I

.

Review Meiosis I

Telophase I


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Meiosis II

  • Meiosis II divides sister chromatids in four phases:

  • prophase II  metaphase II  anaphase II  telophase II

  • After cytokinesis, four new cells are produced, each with half

  • the chromosome number (haploid)


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  • Nucleus breaks up

  • Spindles form and attach to centromere


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  • Sister chromatids randomly align at middle of cell


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  • Sister chromatids separate

  • Chromosomes move to opposite poles of cell


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  • Cells divide

  • 4 haploid daughter cells result

  • Each cell is genetically different


Review meiosis ii

Prophase II

Metaphase II

Anaphase II

Telophase II

.

Review Meiosis II


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Meiosis Animation


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Haploid cells develop into mature gametes:

Gametogenesis - the production of gametes

- differs between females and males

  • Sperm become streamlined and mobile

  • with the addition of flagella

  • Sperm primarily contribute DNA to an

  • embryo

  • Eggs contribute DNA, cytoplasm and

  • organelles to an embryo

  • During meiosis, the egg gets most of

  • the contents

  • The other cells form polarbodies


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Sources of Variations and Differences

1. Crossing over

  • occurs during prophase I

  • homologous chromosomes swap pieces

  • this chromosome swapping creates variations

2. Random assortment of chromosomes

  • chromosome pairs line up randomly in cell

  • when the pairs separate, this creates cells with

  • genetic variations

3. Fertilization

  • which sperm gets to the egg first??

  • it is random and can create variations in

  • offspring


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Meiosis

Mitosis


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  • So what are we making during Mitosis???

  • What are we making during Meiosis??


Videos that show side by side view

Videos that show side by side view

  • http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com

  • http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/miracle/divi_flash.html


Why meiosis

WHY MEIOSIS?

  • MITOSIS – RESULTS IN GENETICALLY IDENTICAL OFFSPRING – INCLUDING THE # CHROMOSOMES

  • WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF THE EGG AND SPERM HAD THE SAME # OF CHROMOSOMES AS THE BODY CELLS?

EGG = 46 CHROMOSOMES SPERM = 46 CHROM.

ZYGOTE = 46 + 46 = 92 CHROMOSOMES =

NOT HUMAN


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Mitosis Animation


Chapter 10 meiosis

Meiosis Animation


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