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Thursday 1/3. WOTD : accolade: n: any honor, award or expression of approval. Bellringer: What is mitosis (in your own words). Vocabulary : DNA. WOTD : hyperbole : n: a figure of speech in which one says more than one means, overstating and exaggerating. Friday 1/4. Bellringer:

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Thursday 1/3

WOTD: accolade: n: any honor, award or expression of approval

Bellringer:

What is mitosis (in your own words)

Vocabulary: DNA

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WOTD: hyperbole: n: a figure of speech in which one says more than one means, overstating and exaggerating

Friday 1/4

Bellringer:

How many daughter cells are made in mitosis? Meiosis?

Vocabulary: DNA-molecule that stores genetic info in ALL organisms!

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Monday 1/7

WOTD: : adj: jejune- devoid of significance or interest; dull

Bellringer:

List 3 differences between DNA & RNA

Vocabulary: RNA: nucleic acid molecule that allows for the transmission of genetic info & protein synthesis

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Tuesday 1/8

WOTD: corpulent: adj: excessively bulky; fat

Bellringer: When does DNA replication occur in Meiosis?

V: Homologous chromosomes: chromosomes containing same information (one from mom, one from dad!)

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Wed 1/9

WOTD: corpus: n:a body or collection of writings.

Bellringer: Describe what happens in EACH phase of Meoisis (I & II)

V: Crossing over occurs when tetrads forms & genetic information is exchanged

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Thurs 1/10

WOTD: concordance: n: a state of agreement; HARMONY

Bellringer: DNA is made up of a monomer called _______. Which includes 3 parts which are:

V: Gametogenesis: formation of gametes by the process of meiosis

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Friday 1/11

WOTD: Kowtow: v: to show attentive deference; FAWN

Bellringer: If your strand of DNA is ACGTGCCATAAG, what is the complementary mRNA sequence?

V: Frameshift mutation: single base is added or deleted from DNA

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Monday 1/14

WOTD: juxtaposition

Bellringer: What are the steps to DNA replication?

V: Somatic cell-body cells/make up most of your body tissues and organs

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Tuesday 1/15

WOTD:dossier: n: a set of documents containing info about a person or event.

Bellringer: Describe the steps to protein synthesis.

V: transcription- process of copying a nucleotide sequence of DNA to from a complementary strand of mRNA.

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Wednesday 1/16

WOTD: lugubrious: adj: mournfus, dismal

Bellringer: What is the building block of protein and what kind of bond holds them together?

V:translation: process by which mRNA is decoded and a protein is produced.

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Thursday 1/17

WOTD: perdition :n: eternal damnation

Bellringer: How do ribosomes know when to begin and end

translating an mRNA strand?

V:transfer RNA(tRNA)-brings amino acids from the cytoplasm to the ribosome to help make a growing protein chain

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Friday 1/18

WOTD: moiety :n;

HALF

Bellringer: Summarize Mendel’s Law of Segregation:

V: trait: a distinguishing characteristic that is inherited such as eye color, leaf shape, etc.

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Tuesday 1/22

WOTD: enervate :v:

To deprive of strength; TO WEAKEN

Bellringer: Why did Mendel use pea plants in his experiments?

V: allele: the different versions of a trait, blue, green, and hazel eyes.

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Wednesday 1/23

WOTD: sanguine :adj:

Cheerful; hopeful

Bellringer: Describe the difference between heterozygous and homozygous alleles.

V: hereditary: passed from one generation to the next

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Thursday 1/24

WOTD: nanotechnology :n:

Science on an atomic or molecular scale

Bellringer: What is the difference between true breeding and hybrid?

V: heterozygous having two different alleles (one dominant, one recessive)

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Friday 1/25

WOTD: assiduous :adj:

Unceasingly attentive; devoted

Bellringer: What goes on the outside of a punnett square? The inside?

V: dihybrid cross- examines the inheritance of 2 different traits.

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Monday 1/28

WOTD: dissident :adj:

Dissenting; differing; DISAGREEING

Bellringer: do a test cross for a Homozygous recessive mom with a heterozygous dad, what is the phenotype ratio of curly (C) to striaght hair? (c)

  • V: Law of Independent Assortment
    • alleles for different traits segregate independently of one another
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Tuesday 1/29

WOTD: paradox :n:

A seemingly contradictory or absurd statement that is actually well-founded

Bellringer: Describe Mendel’s 3 laws?

V: incomplete dominance

neither allele is dominant to the other, both are expressed equally, often a blending of the two traits occurs

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Wednesday 1/30

WOTD: supersede :v:

To take the place of; TO REPLACE

Bellringer: What are all of the possible genotypes for blood?

V: codominance

two or more alleles are expressed at the same time, both are expressed in patches on the organism

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Thursday 1/31

WOTD: nihilism :n:

Idea that existence is senseless and useless

Bellringer: Describe why sex-linked traits have a unique inheritance pattern.

V:sex linked traits-traits that are found on either the x or y chromosome.

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Friday 2/1

WOTD: manacle :n: a device for confining the hands; HANDCUFFS

Bellringer: Why is a karyotype important?

V:non-disjunction: failure of chromosomes to separate during meiosis.

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Monday 2/4

WOTD: mandate :n: a formal order from a higher court; an authoritative command, order, or injunction

Bellringer: what are some common sex linked disorders?

V:multiple alleles refer to a trait (one gene) which is coded for by more than two alleles.

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Tuesday 2/5

WOTD: nonsectarian :adj: not affiliated with a particular religious group

Bellringer: What does gel electrophoresis do to DNA?

V:restriction enzymes: enzymes that cut DNA molecules at specific nucleotide sequences

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Wednesday 2/6

WOTD: dexterity :n: skill in the use of the hands or body; ADROITNESS

Bellringer: If a man with blood type A and a womna with blood type B oroduce an offspring, what are the possible blood types for the offspring?

V:polygenic Traits that are controlled by many genes

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Thursday 2/7

WOTD: notarize :v: to show that a document is authentic

Bellringer: It what ways is genetic engineering useful to you?

V:restriction enzymes-used to cut fragments of DNA

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Friday 2/8

WOTD: rapacious :adj: excessively grasping or greedy

Bellringer: How are animals genetically engineered?

V: autosomes-all non-sex chromosomes (humans have 44)

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Monday 2/11

WOTD: obsequious :adj: marked by a fawning attentiveness

Bellringer:

V:

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Tuesday 2/12

WOTD: surreptitious :adj: done secretly, without approval

Bellringer:

V:

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Wednesday 2/13

WOTD: complicity :n: participation with another in an act that is or seems to be deceitful

Bellringer: what have you heard about evolution?

V:Evolution- the process of biological change by which descendants come to differ from their ancestors.

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Thursday 2/14

WOTD: duplicity :n: deceitfulness in speech or conduct; double-dealing

Bellringer:

V:

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Tuesday 2/19

WOTD: theme :n: a focal idea that controls the place of writing and provides its central insight

Bellringer: What are the steps to Natural Selection?

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V:radiometric dating: technique that uses the natural decay rate of isotopes to calculate the age of material.,

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Wednesday 2/20

WOTD: orthography :v: HANDWRITING

Bellringer: In what era and period are we currently in?

V:fossil: traces of plants/animals from the past. Found in sedimentary rocks.

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Thursday 2/21

WOTD: supplicate :v: to ask humbly or earnestly for, as in praying; TO BESEECH

Bellringer: What are at least 5 pieces of evidence for evolution?

V:homologous structure-structural features with a common origin.

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Friday 2/22

WOTD: oxydize :v: to combine with oxygen

Bellringer: difference between homologous and analagous?

V: antibiotic resistance- process by which bacteria mutate so they are no longer affected by medicine.

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Monday 2/25

WOTD: paradigm :n: outstandingly clear example; ARCHETYPE; EXAMPLE

Bellringer: What is difference between mimicry & camoflauge?

  • reproductive isolation
    • groups can no longer sexually reproduce
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Tuesday 2/26

WOTD: reprisal :n: an action or act of retaliation against someone for injuries received

Bellringer: What are the mechanisms for change in a population?

  • allele frequency
    • number of times an allele appears in a gene pool
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Wednesday 2/27

WOTD: expedite :v: to help or hurry the progress of something

Bellringer: What are the 3 types of selection- by Dominique Kinsey

  • genetic equilibrium
    • gene pool which is not changing in allele frequencies
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Thursday 2/28

WOTD: impede :v: to block the way of; TO HINDER

Bellringer: What leads to a new species?

V: convergent evolution- different species develop the same traits.

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Friday 3/1

WOTD: pecuniary :adj: relating to money; FISCAL

Bellringer:

V:

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Monday 3/4

WOTD: alliteration :n: the repetition of initial consonant sounds

Bellringer: What is the order of Darwin’s Natural Selection?

V: population-group of the same species living in an area.

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Tuesday 3/5

WOTD: precipitous :adj: very sleep or perpendicular

Bellringer:

V:

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Wednesday 3/6

WOTD: quotidian :adj: occuring everyday, DAILY

Bellringer:

V:

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Thursday 3/7

WOTD: recapitulate :v: SUMMARIZE

Bellringer:

V:

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Friday 3/8

WOTD: recalcitrant :adj: stubbornly resistant to authority or guidance

Bellringer:

V:

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Tuesday 3/12

WOTD: interstice :n: intervening space ; a chink; a crevice

Bellringer:

V:

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Wednesday 3/13

WOTD: anaphora :n: a rhetorical device of repeating the same word or words at the start of two or more lines of poetry

Bellringer:

V:

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Thursday 3/14

WOTD: restitution :n: restoration of a thing to its proper owner or its original state

Bellringer:

V:

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Friday 3/15

WOTD: restive :adj: uneasy; RESTLESS

Bellringer:

V:

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Monday 3/18

WOTD: reparation :n: the act of making amends

Bellringer:

V: