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Often, fish that live in caves for many generations are found blind, unlike similar fish living in the open. 1. How did the fish become blind? (Guidance: If you lock people in a cave for years, will their children be born blind??) 2. …. Cave 2. Cave Dweller Fish (Blind). Cave 1. X. X.

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1 how did the fish become blind

Often, fish that live in caves for many generations are found blind, unlike similar fish living in the open.

1.How did the fish become blind?

(Guidance: If you lock people in a cave for years, will their children be born blind??) 2. ….


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Cave 2 found blind, unlike similar fish living in the open.

Cave Dweller Fish (Blind)

Cave 1

X

X

blind

blind

X

Seeing!

100 km

An Experiment:

  • How did the fish become blind?

  • Why did only distant cave dwellers give seeing offspring?


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Chasing a Gazelle in Tanzania found blind, unlike similar fish living in the open.


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Cheetahs are the fastest land animal on earth. It’s a great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?


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Cheetah’s adaptations for speed great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?


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Sickle Cell anemia – continue jigsaw reading. great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

Turn in homework (sickle cell anemia II).


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Gene pool great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason? : The total collection of alleles in the population.

Allele frequency: The fraction of one allele out of the gene pool.

Example: If all of the individuals are heterozygote Aa, what is the allele frequency of A and a?


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At least two items for each: great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

  • 1. How do we know they are going extinct?

  • 2. What evidence is there for genetic uniformity?

  • 3. What are the ideas regarding the historical events that lead to the cheetah’s situation?

  • 4. Why is genetic variation important for survival?


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“Cheetah Extinction” great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

The text is divided into four parts, each part per one group member to read.

  • 1) For each part:

  • List at least TWO important or interesting facts.

  • How does the text explain, genetically, why cheetahs might go extinct.

Together, write the answers to the following questions on the group paper:


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  • What is the purpose of the 3 great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason? rd paragraph in context of the article? To….

  • suggest that humans caused cheetah’s extinction.

  • reject the idea that humans caused the cheetah’s extinction.

  • compare famous people and their effect on cheetahs.

  • Portray the life of humans and cheetahs in the past.


1 how did the fish become blind

Cheetahs are the fastest land animal on earth. It’s a great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?


1 how did the fish become blind

Cheetah’s adaptations for speed great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?


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Journal 2: “Cheetah great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason? Extinction”

The text is divided into four parts, each part per one group member to read.

For your part:

1) List at least TWO important or interesting facts.

2) How does the text explain, genetically, why cheetahs might go extinct.


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Chance survivors great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

original population

new population


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reproduction great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

?

  • Describe the bottleneck effect. What is the principle (general idea)?

  • If the balls were variations of genes – what is happening to the population?


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GENETIC great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason? DRIFT

* A change in the frequency of an allele due to random sampling

* Typically, starts from a very small, isolated population.

For example:

Bottle Neck Effect: few survivors.

Founders Effect: few that separated


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Bottle neck effect: great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason? After a natural disaster. A few “lucky ones” survive, not necessarily the most adapted.

Example: Cheetahs

2)Founder Effect: A small group separates and migrates to a new place.

Example: Rafting on logs.


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Founder Effect: A type of genetic drift great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?


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Natural Selection great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

Genetic Drift

‘Lucky’ survive adapted or not adapted

Better Adapted survive

Future Adaptations need to ‘catch up’ rapidly.

Future adaptations can build up gradually


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So, how does genetic diversity build up? great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?


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Genetic Diversity: How does it form? great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

  • Mutations:

  • New DNA sequences

  • Very slowly accumulating

  • B. Mixing genes – recombination:

  • Depends on sexual reproduction

  • Varieties of eggs and sperm in meiosis

  • Various combinations of mating.

  • No new genes are formed – only mixed!


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Sexual reproduction creates diversity in the population. great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

In which steps in the reproduction cycle are genes ‘shuffled?’ Explain.

Meiosis – segregation of alleles.

Selection of gametes for the zygote.

Meiosis - crossing over.

Choice of a mate.


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* great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

*

*

Body cells

2N

4N

2N

4N

The Sexual

Life Cycle

New generation

N

2N

Gametes

N+N

Zygote

N


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Gene pool great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason? : The total collection of alleles in the population.

Allele frequency: The fraction of one allele out of the gene pool.

Example: If all of the individuals are heterozygote Aa, what is the allele frequency of A and a?


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Sickle Cell Anemia great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

Sickle cell

Normal cell


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Sickle Cells blocking the blood vessel great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?


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malaria great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?


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gc1 sickle cell great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

malaria


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Fy0 allele great hunter. It is relatively immune to common infections. Yet, they are endangered to extinction. What could be the reason?

malaria


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1) Why is sickle cell anemia still around, despite natural selection?

2) What would happen over time to the frequency of an allele for a serious disorder that is dominant? Explain.


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Suppose there are two deadly genetic disorders – selection?

one carried by a dominant allele,

B-disorderb-normal

one carried by a recessive allele.

H- normal, h-disorder

Which disorder do you expect will disappear faster from the population by natural selection, B or h? Explain.


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Quiz: Genetic Variation and Extinction selection?

Write in complete sentences. You do not need to copy the questions.

  • How did the cheetahs lose genetic diversity?

  • Why does lack of genetic diversity risk the existence of the cheetah species?

  • 3) What is the main difference between genetic drift and natural selection?


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Some selection?recessive disorders, such as Tay Sachs, sickle cell anemia and Cystic fibrosis, shorten the life of the affected individuals.

What would you expect would happen to the frequency of these alleles in the population over time? Explain.


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+ selection?

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Deer’s antlers (horns): They help it compete for a mate, yet may get in the way when running through thick woods, or feed in dense brush.

Will the future deer still have antlers? Explain.


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Organisms that survive are well adapted to their environment. Therefore, why do they need to maintain genetic diversity in their populations?


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In what conditions is a mutation environment. Therefore, why do they need to maintain genetic diversity in their populations? not a source of genetic variation? (Hint: location in the body, effect on protein..)


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Previous Giraffe Neck Lengths environment. Therefore, why do they need to maintain genetic diversity in their populations?

% of individuals

Short

Medium

Long

If the trees that the Giraffes eat have evolved to be taller, what would this graph look like today? Draw and explain your answer.


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Today’s Giraffe Neck Lengths environment. Therefore, why do they need to maintain genetic diversity in their populations?

% of individuals

Short

Medium

Long

The giraffes with longer necks would have a greater chance to compete on the taller trees, and became the majority.


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