Warm-up 14: What is a multifactorial trait?
1. Practice for test
2. Partner practice problems
HW: Study for Friday's test. Genetic disease questions due Wednesday
Warm-up 10: What is a sex limited trait?
Take out pedigree practice sheet for stamp.
1. Go over practice sheets
2. Fruit Fly reading
3. Practice problems
HW: Quiz tomorrow- Lethal alleles, sex-linkage, and karyotypes.
Warm-up: Define trisomy, define monosomy
Hand in karyotype in red bucket. Please staple. Please make a note if you did the bonus.
1. Sex-linked traits completion
2. Sex-linked pedigrees
Warm-up 8: Define the following terms as they relate to chromosomal abnormalities:
1. Karyotype notes
2. Karyotype lab
Warm-up 7: What type of genetic disorders can a karyotype show?
1. Karyotype notes
2. Karyotype building activity
Warm-up 6: Why are sex-linked genetic disorders more common in males?
Take out sex linked practice
1. Non-Mendelian quiz
2. Correct X-linked
3. Gender determination
4. Chromosomal inheritance and karyotypes
Core class registration while you work
Warm-up 5: Define epistasis
Perform the cross between a yellow lab with a brown nose and black lab whose genotype is BBEe
Take out practice problems
1. Sex-linked traits
2. Sex-linked traits worksheet
HW: Non-Mendelian Inheritance Quiz Wednesday: Punnett Squares with incomplete dominance, codominance, blood types and lethal alleles.
•Yellow coat color is dominant to gray coat color in mice. The homozygous dominant genotype is lethal. Cross two heterozygous mice and determine genotype and phenotype ratios.
•Manx cats have tails (t) or are tailless (T). A homozygous dominant genotype is lethal. Cross a tailed cat and a tailless cat and determine genotype and phenotype ratios.
Hand in gummy bear lab in red bucket
1. Non-Mendelian and Sex-linked traits
2. Epistasis practice
HW: Epistasis practice problems.
Non-Mendelian Inheritance Quiz Wednesday: Punnett Squares with incomplete dominance, codominance, blood types and lethal alleles.