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Monday, March 23

  1. page WEEKLY CALENDER edited Here is what we are doing for the next few days. This may change depending on information covered,…
    Here is what we are doing for the next few days.
    This may change depending on information covered, speed and completion of any labs scheduled and any school activities that change the regular time of a class period.
    MONDAY 2/093/23
    TUESDAY 2/103/24
    WEDNESDAY 2/113/25
    THURSDAY 2/123/26
    FRIDAY 2/133/27
    Objective
    Objectives:
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    Activity
    1. Progress reports
    2. Display Genetic Disorder PedigreesWeek 20 words
    3. Disorder NotesGo over test
    4. Assign Section 2 and 3 in SN (Due Thursday)Intro to Fossil Evidence of Change
    5. Venn Diagram

    1. EOC questions
    2. Factors that can influence phenotypes regardless
    Review
    2. Fossil Record
    3. Steps
    of genotypesFossil Formation
    4. Dating Fossils
    5. Geologic Time Scale
    1. EOC review
    2. Geologic Time Scale

    3. Karyotype StudiesPrecambria, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Simulation
    4. Assign Karyotypes
    Cenozoic Era
    1. EOC questions
    2.Chapter 11 Biology
    Review (Due Thursday)
    1.

    2.
    Turn in SN Section 2 and 3 SN
    2. Turn in Binder for Test Grade
    1
    3. Turn in Chapter 11 Review
    3.Launch Lab (Who Discovered DNA?)
    Origins: Early Ideas vs Modern Ideas
    Half Day
    1. Complete Launch Lab
    2. Endosymbiosis Theory
    Homework Assig.
    Read Chapter 14 Section 1
    Section 1 of Science Notebook Chapter 14 Due Thursday

    Section 2 and 3 of Science Notebook
    SectionStudy.
    Chapter 14 Section
    2 and 3 of Science Notebook
    Read Chapter 12 Sec. 1.
    SN Due Monday
    Special Info
    tutorials 7:35 - 7:55 and 3:00 - 3;30rm. 210
    tutorials 7:35 - 7:55 and 3 - 3:30.
    tutorialsRetest AM and PM tutorials 7:35 -
    ...
    - 3:30
    tutorials

    Retest AM and (PM ? depending on track meet) tutorials
    7:35 -
    ...
    3:30 and
    tutorials

    Retest AM only tutorials
    7:35 - 7:55
    Monday 2/163/30
    Tuesday 2/173/31
    Wednesday 2/184/01
    Thursday 2/194/02
    Friday 2/204/03
    Activity
    1. Progress reports
    2. 1-30 Scientific Words
    3. Use Time lines to Summarize and Sequence the discoveries that lead to the discovery of the structure of DNA

    1. EOC question 13-14
    2. Assign 3D recycled Models of Important DNA structures. (Due Friday)

    1. Eoc Review Questions
    2. Quiz 1
    3.

    1. EOC Review Questions
    1. 1-30 Word Quiz
    Please Note!!
    tutorials 7:35 - 7:55
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Sunday, February 8

  1. page Patterns of Inheritance and Human Genetics edited ... 13. Identify and Explain examples and effects of chromosomal mutations; deletions, duplication…
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    13. Identify and Explain examples and effects of chromosomal mutations; deletions, duplication, inversions, and translocations.
    14. Identify and explain the scientific contributions that resulted in the discover of the structure of DNA.
    15. List the three components of a nucleotide.
    16. Distinguish between deoxyribose and ribose.
    17. List the nitrogen bases found in DNA and distinguish between pyrimidine and purine.
    18. Explain the "base-pairing rule" and describe its significance.
    19. Describe the structure of DNA and explain what kind of chemical bond connects the nucleotides of each strand and what type of bond holds the two strands together.
    20. Explain, in your own words, semiconservative replication.
    21. Explain what energy source drives endergonic synthesis of DNA.
    22. Define anitiparallel and explain why continuous synthesis of both DNA strands is not possible.
    23.Distinguish between the leading strand and the lagging strand.
    24.Explain how the lagging strand is synthesized when DNA polymerase can add nucleotides only to the 3' end.
    25. Explain the role of DNA polymerase, ligase and repair enzymes in DNA proofreading and repair.
    26. Describe Beadle and Tatum's experiments and the contribution they made to our understanding of how genes control metabolism.
    27. Distinguish between "one gene-one enzyme" hypothesis and "one gene-one polypeptide,"
    28. Explain how RNA differs from DNA
    29. Briefly explain how information flows from gene to protein.
    30. Distinguish between transcription and translation and where these two processes take place in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Also understand why these two processes are separated in space and time in a eukaryotic cell.
    31. Define codon, and explain what relationship exists between the linear sequence of codons on mRNA and the linear sequence of amino acids in a polypeptide.
    32. Explain the process of transcription including the initiation, elongation, and termination.
    33. Know the enzymes involved in transcription and translation and their functions in each process.
    34.Distinguish among mRNA, tRNA, and mRNA.
    35.Given a sequence of bases in DNA, predict the corresponding codons transcribed on mRNA and the corresponding anticodons of tRNA.
    36.Explain the process of translation including initiation, elongation, and termination. Be sure you know and understand the enzymes involved.
    37.Explain how eukaryotic mRNA is processed before it leaves the nucleus and how this is enables about 20,000 genes to produce 200,000 proteins.
    38. Explain the base pair mutations and their impact on protein production.

    Categories:
    Inheritance and Genetics Outline
    ...
    Human Genetics Notes
    Assignments:
    {20 Mendel and His Peas.pdf}
    Mendelian Genetics Practice Questions
    {21 The Amazing Maize.pdf}
    {alternate lab modeling dihybrid crosses.doc}
    {Practice Heredity Questions.doc}

    {Mutation Simulation Assignment.pdf}
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  2. page Patterns of Inheritance and Human Genetics edited Objectives: 1. List several features of Mendel's methods that contributed to his success. 2. S…

    Objectives:
    1. List several features of Mendel's methods that contributed to his success.
    2. State in your own words Mendel's law of segregation.
    3. Use a punnett square to predict the results of a monohybrid cross and state the phenotypic and genotypic ratios of the F2 generation.
    4. Distinguish between genotype and phenotype; heterozygous and homozygous; dominant and recessive.
    5. Demonstrate how a test cross can be used to determine if a dominant phenotype is homozygous or heterozygous.
    6. State in your own words, Mendel's law of independent assortment.
    7. Use a punnett square to predict the results of a dihybrid cross and state the phenotypic and genotypic ratios of the F2 generation.
    8.
    Give an
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    incomplete dominance.
    9.

    2.
    Explain how
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    and codominance.
    10.

    3.
    Explain the
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    be codominant.
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    4.
    Describe a
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    (continuous variation).
    12.

    5.
    Describe how
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    a characteristic.
    13.

    6.
    Give a
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    family members.
    14.

    7.
    Describe the
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    sickle-cell disease.
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    8.
    Explain how
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    a population.
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    9.
    Explain why
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    lethal recessive.
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    10.
    Give an
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    escape elimination.
    18.

    11.
    Explain X-linked
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    inheritance patterns.
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    12.
    Identify using
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    sex chromosomes.
    20.

    13.
    Identify and
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    and translocations.
    14. Identify and explain the scientific contributions that resulted in the discover of the structure of DNA.

    Categories:
    Inheritance and Genetics Outline
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  3. page WEEKLY CALENDER edited Here is what we are doing for the next few days. This may change depending on information covered,…
    Here is what we are doing for the next few days.
    This may change depending on information covered, speed and completion of any labs scheduled and any school activities that change the regular time of a class period.
    MONDAY 1/192/09
    TUESDAY 1/202/10
    WEDNESDAY 1/212/11
    THURSDAY 1/222/12
    FRIDAY 1/232/13
    Objective
    Objectives:
    ...
    Activity
    1. Progress reports
    2. Week 14 wordsDisplay Genetic Disorder Pedigrees
    3. Turn in SN sectionDisorder Notes
    4. Assign Section
    2
    4.Compare
    and contrast asexual and sexual reproduction
    5. Medelian Genetics and generations
    3 in SN (Due Thursday)
    1. EOC questions 7-8
    2. Quiz (4 questions) generations

    2. Factors that can influence phenotypes regardless of genotypes

    3. Monohybrid crossesKaryotype Studies and probabilitySimulation
    4. Assign Karyotypes

    1. EOC questions 9-10
    2. Mendel and His Peas lab #20. Do

    2.Chapter 11 Biology Review (Due Thursday)
    1. Turn
    in class and complete conclusionSection 2 and analysis questions. Due Thursday
    1. EOC question 11-12
    3 SN
    2. Turn in Binder for Test Grade
    3. Turn in Chapter 11 Review
    3.Launch Lab (Who Discovered DNA?)
    Half Day

    1. Week 14 word quizComplete Launch Lab
    Homework Assig.
    Section 2 and 3 of Science Notebook due
    Amazing Maize Lab report transferred into notebook Due Monday for lab.
    Complete conclusion

    Section 2
    and analysis questions for lab Mendel and his Peas lab3 of Science Notebook
    Read Chapter 12 Sec. 1.

    Special Info
    tutorials 7:35 - 7:55 and 3:00 - 3;30rm. 210
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    tutorials 7:35 - 7:55 and 3:00 - 3:30 and
    tutorials 7:35 - 7:55
    Monday 1/262/16
    Tuesday 1/272/17
    Wednesday 1/282/18
    Thursday 1/292/19
    Friday 1/302/20
    Activity
    1. Progress reports
    2. Week 15 words1-30 Scientific Words
    3. Amazing Maize Lab (test grade)Use Time lines to Summarize and Sequence the discoveries that lead to the discovery of the structure of DNA
    1. EOC question 13-14
    2. Turn in Amazing Maize lab report for test grade
    3.Complete notes on Chapter 10
    Assign 3D recycled Models of Important DNA structures. (Due Friday)
    1. Eoc Review Questions
    2. Quiz 21
    3. Review game for test points
    1. Test Chapter 9 and 10EOC Review Questions
    1. Outline Chapter 111-30 Word Quiz
    Please Note!!
    tutorials 7:35 - 7:55
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Wednesday, January 28

  1. page Patterns of Inheritance and Human Genetics edited ... Human Genetics Notes Assignments: 1. Read pg. 174 - 181. You will have 10 question vocabula…
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    Human Genetics Notes
    Assignments:
    1. Read pg. 174 - 181. You will have 10 question vocabulary Quiz on Tuesday on the terms covered on these pages. Bring Graphing Calculators to Class!! Look over the pre-Lab Information for Lab 20. This and Lab 21 will be due Friday.
    {20 Mendel and His Peas.pdf}
    2.Complete Data collection and analysis questions from Lab 20 along with Sections 1 and 2 of the Mendelian Genetics Practice Questions. Read pre-Lab information for Lab 21. We will be collecting data in class Wednesday.
    Mendelian Genetics Practice Questions
    {21 The Amazing Maize.pdf}
    If you are unable to participate in Lab 21 then you will be doing an alternate version of Lab 21. You will still need the pre-lab from 21 and the following procedures.
    {alternate lab modeling dihybrid crosses.doc}
    3. Complete Analysis Questions from Lab 21 and Section 3 of the Mendelian Genetics Practice Questions. These are Due Friday. Read pg. 182-188.
    4. Pull and Watch the two short videos from the chapter 11 and 12 handouts folder and watch if you have not already done so.
    5. Read pg192-197,202-207.
    6. Read pg 208-211. Complete "Determination of Genotypes from studying Phenotypes in Humans" Due Wednesday
    7. Work on Karyotype. This is not due until Friday, however, you will have practice questions tomorrow so get as much done as you can.
    8. Practice Inheritance, pedigree, and mutation questions. Answers only!!!

    {Practice Heredity Questions.doc}
    Due Friday as well.
    9. Mutation Simulation Due Tuesday.

    {Mutation Simulation Assignment.pdf}
    10. Study !!!! Chapter 11 and 12 Test Wednesday!!! (This will be the first test grade of the 4th 6 week)
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  2. page Cell Division, Mitosis and Meiosis edited ... 17. Compare the phases of meiosis I with mitosis and distinguish between the cromosomal arrang…
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    17. Compare the phases of meiosis I with mitosis and distinguish between the cromosomal arrangement during metaphase of both processes.
    18.Explain how independent assortment, crossing over and random fertilization contribute to genetic variation in sexually reproducing organisms.
    19.List several features of Mendel's methods that contributed to his success.
    20. State in your own words Mendel's law of segregation.
    21. Use a punnett square to predict the results of a monohybrid cross and state the phenotypic and genotypic ratios of the F2 generation.
    22. Distinguish between genotype and phenotype; heterozygous and homozygous; dominant and recessive.
    23. Demonstrate how a test cross can be used to determine if a dominant phenotype is homozygous or heterozygous.
    24. State in your own words, Mendel's law of independent assortment.
    25. Use a punnett square to predict the results of a dihybrid cross and state the phenotypic and genotypic ratios of the F2 generation.

    Catagories
    Cell Division, Mitosis and Meiosis Outline
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  3. page WEEKLY CALENDER edited ... 2. Turn in Amazing Maize lab report for test grade 3.Complete notes on Chapter 10 1. Eoc Re…
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    2. Turn in Amazing Maize lab report for test grade
    3.Complete notes on Chapter 10
    1. Eoc Review Questions
    2. Quiz 2
    3. Review game for test points

    1. Test Chapter 9 and 10
    1. Outline Chapter 11
    Please Note!!
    tutorials 7:35 - 7:55
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