Unit 3 genetics
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 15

Unit 3 - Genetics PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 89 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Unit 3 - Genetics. Feb 17, 2014. Feb 17, 2014. Mitosis Quiz Make-ups and Review (5 th and 6 th only) Warm-up (5 th and 6 th only) Complete Mitosis Web quest Procedures 1 and 2 Review “DNA: The Alphabet of Life “ reading and questions Progress Reports.

Download Presentation

Unit 3 - Genetics

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Unit 3 genetics

Unit 3 - Genetics


Unit 3 genetics

Feb 17, 2014

Feb 17, 2014

  • Mitosis

  • Quiz Make-ups and Review (5th and 6th only)

  • Warm-up (5th and 6thonly)

  • Complete Mitosis Web quest

  • Procedures 1 and 2

  • Review “DNA: The Alphabet of Life “ reading and questions

  • Progress Reports

Warm Up: 5th and 6th only

Below are two types of cell division.

Which one would create the most variety and why?

Home fun: None

Page 156

Page 155


Unit 3 genetics

Feb 18, 2014

Feb 18, 2014

  • Mitosis

  • Take Notes Here

  • Making a Model

  • Tape Worksheet Here

Warm Up:

1.) How many chromosomes are in a human cell?

2.) What term is used to describe the two resulting daughter cells in Mitosis? Hint: (2n)

3.) What term is used to describe the four resulting daughter cells in Meiosis? Hint (n)

4.) Where in the cell in the DNA stored?

Home fun: Finish Mitosis Mastery worksheet

Page 158

Page 157


Unit 3 genetics

Feb 19, 2014

Feb 19, 2014

  • Meiosis

  • Interactive Mitosis Practice (2nd, 5th and 6th)

  • Take Meiosis Notes Here

  • Tape Venn Diagram worksheet on this page

Warm Up:

1.) Why do cells divide?

2.) What is the difference between mitosis and meiosis?

3.) The phase of mitosis in which the nuclear membrane disappears.

4.) The phase of mitosis where the chromosomes are split and the sister chromatids are pulled by the spindle fibers to opposite poles of the cell.

5.) The phase of mitosis where the chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell.

Home fun: None

Page 160

Page 159


Unit 3 genetics

Feb 20, 2014

Feb 20, 2014

Mitosis vs Meiosis

“You say Meiosis, I say Mitosis” (15 min.)

To log into Discovery Education:

Username: your student numberucps

Password: your studentnumber

In search bar type “you say meiosis….”

Vocabulary words (20 min.)

Use textbook to define vocab words

Begin Dominant and Recessive

(if time allows)

Warm Up:

1.) “Crossing-over” occurs during which phase of meiosis?

2.) What phase occurs before active meiosis begins?

3.) During which phase of meiosis do homologous chromosome pair with one another?

4.) During what phase of meiosis are 4 daughter cells produced?

5.) What type of cells go through meiosis?

Home fun: Finish Vocabulary words

Page 162

Page 161


Unit 3 genetics

Feb 21, 2014

  • Feb 21, 2014

  • Dominant and Recessive

  • Take Notes Here (2nd and 5th)

  • Rock, Paper, Scissors Tape Here

  • “What Does It Look Like?” Lab

  • In pairs….

  • 1.) Choose who will be A and B

  • 2.) Color Leaf, Fruit, and Flower

  • 3.) Cut out each feature

  • 4.) Place feature in correct container

  • 5.) Each student will choose one feature from container and take it with them

  • 6.) Each student will draw and color a plant diagram based on their outcome.

Warm Up:

1)  What monk from the 1800's is referred to as the "Father of Genetics"?

2)  The passing of traits from parent to off­spring is known as______________________.

3)  Which type of trait always masks the 

weaker one?

4)  The instructions for a particular trait 

is a _____________.

Channel One News

Please describe how and why one of today’s stories is science related.

Home fun: None

Page 164

Page 163


Unit 3 genetics

Feb 24, 2014

Feb 24, 2014

Genotype and Phenotype

Genes, Alleles and Punnett Square Notes

Tape Punnett Square worksheet HERE

Warm Up:

Finish Friday’s Lab w/ coloring

What was the purpose of Friday’s lab?

What did you learn?

Home fun: Finish Punnett Square Practice worksheet

Page 166

Page 165


Unit 3 genetics

Feb 25, 2014

Feb 25, 2014

Genetics

Sponge Bob Genetics I & II

Tape Here

Warm Up:

1.)What are the protein bundles in the nucleus of the cell that holds genes called?

2.) What is the combination of inherited alleles (Bb) called?

3.) What is the appearance of the genotype called (brown eyes)?

4.) What is the diagram called that is used to determine all the possibilities for a trait?

5.) What type of alleles have either both dominant or both recessive genes?

6.) What type of alleles have one dominant and one recessive gene?

Page 168

Page 167

Home fun: None


Unit 3 genetics

Feb 26, 2014

Feb 26, 2014

Genetics

Review Sponge Bob Genetics I and II

Jeopardy Review

Warm Up:

For each Genotype, indicate whether it is heterozygous or homozygous:

AA ____HH___Bb____

2.) For each Genotype, determine what phenotypes are possible:

Brown eyes (B) are dominant to Blue eyes (b).

BB_____bb_____Bb____

3.) A normal human cell has how many chromosomes? (not sex cells)

4.) For each phenotype below, list all genotypes. Straight Hair (H) is dominant to curly (h)

Straight ________Curly___________

Home fun: None

Page 170

Page 169


Unit 3 genetics

Feb 28, 2014

Feb 28, 2014

Bill Nye: Genetics

Create your own word problem

Quiz Review ?

Warm Up: Channel One News

Please write how and why one of today’s stories is related to science

Home fun: None

Page 172

Page 171


Unit 3 genetics

Mar. 3, 2014

Mar. 3, 2014

Incomplete Dominance

Easter Egg Genetics

Warm Up: Punnett Square Practice

1.) In humans, Brown eyes (B) are dominant to blue (b). Use the letters B, b to calculate a cross between a heterozygous brown eyed father and a blue eyed mother.

a. What % would be hybrid?

b. What % would be pure bred

c. What % would be brown eyed?

d. What % would be blue eyed?

2.) In guinea pigs, short hair (H) is dominant to long hair (h). Use the letters H, h to calculate a cross between a homozygous short haired guinea pig and a pure bred long haired guinea pig.

What % would be heterozygous?

What % would be pure bred short hair?

What % would be pure bred long hair?

What % would be short haired?

Home fun: None

Page 174

Page 173


Unit 3 genetics

Mar 4, 2014

Mar 4, 2014

Incomplete and Co-dominance

Complete Easter Egg Lab (10 min)

Incomplete and Co-dominance Notes

Create a Creature w/ partner

Warm Up:

1.) If we were to cross a red flower (RR) and a white flower (rr), determine the possible outcomes Pink (Rr)

a.) What % would be red?

b.) What % would be white?

c.) What % would be pink?

2.) If we were cross two Pink flowers (Rr) determine the possible outcomes.

a.) What % would be pink?

b.) What % would be red?

c.) What % would be white?

Home fun: None

Page 176

Page 175


Unit 3 genetics

Mar 5, 2014

Mar 5, 2014

Create a Creature

Discuss grades

Review Egg lab

“Who’s your Daddy?”

Warm Up: Co-dominance

1.) Use a Punnett Square to show a cross between a an individual who has sickle-cell anemia and a carrier. (NN NS SS)

a.) What % would have the illness?

b.) What % would have normal cells?

c.) What % would be a carrier?

2.) If the phenotypes for a chicken are black (BB), White (WW), and Speckled (BW). Use a Punnett Square to determine the probabilities for offspring when crossing two speckled chickens.

a.) % Black

b.) % White

c.) % Speckled

Home fun: None

Page 178

Page 177


Unit 3 genetics

Mar 6, 2014

Mar 6, 2014

“Who’s Your Daddy?”

Novice

Intermediate

Advanced

Bikini Bottom Genetics

Incomplete Dominance

Codominance

Warm Up:

1.) What does Codominance mean?

2.) What does Incomplete Dominance mean?

3.) How does each differ from Medellian Genetics (dominant vs. recessive)?

Home fun: Finish “Who’s Your Daddy?”

Page 180

Page 179


Unit 3 genetics

Mar 7, 2014

Mar 7, 2014

Pedigree

Notebook Quiz #3

“I am my Own Grandpa”

Pedigree - Take Notes here

Pedigree Worksheet

Warm Up:Channel One News

Please write how and why one of today’s stories is related to science.

Home fun: Complete Pedigree worksheet (both sides)

Page 182

Page 181


  • Login