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2/10/14 100th Day of School. Learning goal (7 .L.2.) : I will be able differentiate between dominant and recessive alleles and analyze traits data. Due Today: Late work Evening Assignment: C omplete missing work!.

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2 10 14 100th day of school

2/10/14100th Day of School

Learning goal (7.L.2.): I will be able differentiate between dominant and recessive alleles and analyze traits data.

Due Today: Late work

Evening Assignment: Complete missing work!

assignment schedule

Copy the assignments for the week into your agenda from Mrs. Eagle’s webpage.

Assignment Schedule

http://www.gcs.k12.nc.us/Page/2555

do now

2/10/14

  • On the slip of paper write your name, data, and do the following:
    • Define the following two types of alleles (different forms of the same gene). You may use either McDougall or Prentice Hall textbooks, science dictionary, or the Internet.
    • DOMINANT
    • RECESSIVE
  • 2) Next, in your own words explain how dominant and recessive alleles are different using a specific example.
Do Now
research investigation on human traits

Parts of a Research Investigation Article

Title: Descriptive title about what you did and found (we’ll do this last).

Introduction: Paragraph introducing different types of human traits (inherited vs. acquired) and overall purpose of the experiment. The last sentence should be your hypothesis (what you think you will find).

Methods: Paragraph explaining what you did and how you analyzed the data.

Data & Results: In this part you show your data (graphs, tables, pictures, etc) and EXPLAIN your data. For example: “Graph 1 shows that 93% of CORE is right-handed”.

Analysis and Conclusions: One or more paragraphs analyzing your data and explaining WHY might have gotten those results. The last paragraph should sum up what you did and what you found (now you can write your title!)

Research Investigation on Human Traits
comparing traits survey data

In order to compare traits survey data between your class and your family, it’s helpful to convert our frequency data into percentages (since the total number of the class is much higher than your family).

  • Create a new data table for comparing your data.
  • Convert frequency data into percentages and add to new data table.
Comparing Traits Survey Data
comparing traits survey data1

In order to compare traits survey data between your class and your family, it’s helpful to convert our frequency data into percentages (since the total number of the class is much higher than your family).

  • Create a new data table for comparing your data.
  • Convert frequency data into percentages and add to new data table.

# with trait

Total Number

X 100

15

29

X 100

Comparing Traits Survey Data
comparing traits survey data2

In order to compare traits survey data between your class and your family, it’s helpful to convert our frequency data into percentages (since the total number of the class is much higher than your family).

  • Create a new data table for comparing your data.
  • Convert frequency data into percentages and add to new data table.

2

4

X 100

2

4

X 100

# with trait

Total Number

X 100

15

29

X 100

14

29

X 100

Comparing Traits Survey Data
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genetics vocabulary flashcards

On the BACK

On the FRONT

Definition/characteristics: A trait or characteristic that is developed or learned through life. Traits you aren’t born with. Traits GENERALLY not controlled by DNA.

Examples:

Walking, speaking English,

dyed hair, pierced ears,

Glasses, skin cancer?

Acquired Trait

Acquired trait

Inherited trait

Sexual reproduction

Heredity

DNA

Chromosome

Gene

Allele

Genotypes

Phenotype

Dominant

Recessive

Gregor Mendel

Pea Plants

Genetics Vocabulary Flashcards
evening assignment

Tonight…

  • Complete late/missing work.
  • Progress reports go home Wednesday!
Evening Assignment