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Mendel and Meiosis

Mendel and Meiosis

Mendel and Meiosis. Chp 10 Pp. 252-279. Contents. 10-2 Meiosis 10-1 Mendel. Chromosome. Rod shaped structures made of DNA and proteins Carrier of genetic material Located in the nucleus Copied and passed from generation to generation. Chromosomes.

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Chromosomes

Chromosomes

Chromosomes. Chromosomes. Defined : Tightly coiled DNA Form when cells divide Chromosomes created for the new cells 2 Parts: 1) Chromatids : two identical parts of a chromosome 2) Centromere : Joins chromatids together. Karyotype. Female. Defined : Picture of an individuals chromosomes

By sibley
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How is Gene Expression Controlled?

How is Gene Expression Controlled?

How is Gene Expression Controlled?. Transcriptional Control (whether gene is transcribed or not) Operon : series of genes that code for specific products, including regulators that control whether these genes are transcribed

By armina
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IONIZING RADIATION

IONIZING RADIATION

IONIZING RADIATION. ….. a discussion of the health hazards associated with handling and use of materials capable of producing ionization of matter. Some basics of atomic theory…. Protons - Atomic particle found in an atom’s nucleus possessing a positive charge of +1

By razi
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A Brief Review of Chapters 11, 12, & 13 in Silent Spring by Rachel Carson

A Brief Review of Chapters 11, 12, & 13 in Silent Spring by Rachel Carson

A Brief Review of Chapters 11, 12, & 13 in Silent Spring by Rachel Carson. By Jennifer Cunningham, Katie Tang, and Robert Rock. Gardening is now firmly linked with the super poisons.

By terentia
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Marijuana

Marijuana

Marijuana. What Do You Know about Marijuana ? . True False 1. There are more than 485 chemicals in marijuana, and smoking creates more chemicals . True False 2. To use or possess marijuana is illegal for everyone.

By lavey
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Here we will talk about: What is puberty? When changes happen to girls? What are the sex organs?

Here we will talk about: What is puberty? When changes happen to girls? What are the sex organs?

Here we will talk about: What is puberty? When changes happen to girls? What are the sex organs? What are periods and why do they happen? For more information you can visit:. What’s Happening?. What is Puberty?. It is the time when our bodies change toward an adult body.

By mimi
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Big Idea 16 Heredity and Reproduction

Big Idea 16 Heredity and Reproduction

Big Idea 16 Heredity and Reproduction. Benchmark SC.4.L.16.1 Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants Pacing Guide Quarter 3: 02/24-03/07 Benchmark SC.4.L.16.4 Stages & Life Cycles of Florida Plants and Animals Pacing Guide Quarter 3: 03/10-03/20.

By gareth
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Meiosis

Meiosis

Meiosis. Vocabulary. 1. Parent cell: original cell before division 2. Daughter cell: cells after division 3. Gamete/sex cell: eggs and sperm 4. Somatic cell: all other body cells besides eggs and sperm 5. Haploid (n): one set of unique chromosomes

By tasya
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Meiosis Hand-out Answers

Meiosis Hand-out Answers

Meiosis Hand-out Answers. Sexual reproduction involves two key processes. The first is the formation of haploid sex cells , or gametes . The second process is fertilization , which occurs when two sex cells fuse to form a zygote . .

By janina
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Invertebrate Phylum

Invertebrate Phylum

Invertebrate Phylum. By: Bailey Wing, Kaylie Deswart . Cnidaris/Jellyfish. * Definition -a animal with tentacles that’s able to sting its prey or predators. * Body System -they have a bowl head and long tentacles.

By kareem
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CELLS

CELLS

CELLS. Chapter 2 pp. 44-61. Buchanan 2013. Cell Structure. A cell is the smallest unit that is capable of performing life functions. All cells have a cell membrane (thin outer layer that holds all the goop in)

By phiala
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Down’s Syndrome

Down’s Syndrome

Down’s Syndrome. Reilly Flodin David Kim. Inheritance. Down’s syndrome is neither a dominant or recessive genetic disease. It is also known as Trisomy 21, for a specific reason. Down’s syndrome occurs due to the occurrence of a meiotic mishap.

By morela
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Biology 6.1 Chromosomes

Biology 6.1 Chromosomes

Biology 6.1 Chromosomes. Chromosomes. Key ideas we will cover today . . . . Students will. . . Differentiate between a gene, a DNA molecule, a chromosome, and a chromatid Differentiate between homologous chromosomes, autosomes, and sex chromosomes Compare haploid and diploid cells

By fahim
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FLOWERS

FLOWERS

FLOWERS. About 80% of all plants are angiosperms (flowering plants). Flowering plants are efficient food makers, tough, fast growing, and good at producing offspring . Flowers are the reproductive parts of the plant. Complete Flowers. Have all 4 main parts

By vivi
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6 th Grade Science Ms. Koennecke Growing and Flowing 6.L.1.1 – Structures of Flowering Plants

6 th Grade Science Ms. Koennecke Growing and Flowing 6.L.1.1 – Structures of Flowering Plants

6 th Grade Science Ms. Koennecke Growing and Flowing 6.L.1.1 – Structures of Flowering Plants. Basic Parts of Plants Leaves : take in carbon dioxide & sunlight to be used in photosynthesis Stems : support branches, leaves, & flowers

By ilori
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Sexual and Asexual Reproduction

Sexual and Asexual Reproduction

Sexual and Asexual Reproduction. Life Science Mr. P. Note. ***This is not a presentation on human reproduction. That discussion and information will be later in February. Asexual Reproduction.

By matana
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Invertebrates

Invertebrates

Invertebrates. By Christian Handy And Ty Koehler. Ex: earthworms Annelids. Definition: An animal such as the earthworm whose body is made of connected sections or segments. Body Systems: earthworms have a heart. They also have a brain.

By jennis
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Chapter 4

Chapter 4

Chapter 4. Plants. Lesson 1 How do leaves help a plant?. Leaves are organs made of cells and tissues Plants make their own food called glucose Leaves contain various tissues. Each tissue has a particular cells that perform certain roles

By tanith
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Patterns of Inheritance

Patterns of Inheritance

Patterns of Inheritance. Mendelian Inheritance. Key concepts. Mendel’s research showed that traits are inherited as discrete units. Mendel’s data revealed patterns of inheritance The same gene can have many versions Genes influence the development of traits

By kura
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