Warm-up: What qualities make a fruit fly a good model organism?
Required- Genetics Review of Understanding
Required- Epistasis Practice
You MUST Choose 1 of the following (choose 1 extra to receive 2 bonus points on the test):
Do all Vocab
Genetics Quiz- Non- Mendelian Inheritance
Ch. 5 Questions on page 104: Review Questions 2-4, 5, 7 and Applied questions 1, 3
Warm-up: Identify the genetic disorder: Trisomy 18, Trisomy 21, Trisomy 13
1. Model organism notes
2. Complete karyotype
3. Fruit fly March Madness
Warm-up: Define karyotype. Can you tell from a karyotype if a person is male or female? Explain.
1. Chromosomal genetic disorders notes
2. Go over blood type practice problems
3. Karyotype # 2
Warm-up: Show a cross between a yellow lab with a brown nose and a black lab that is heterozygous for the color trait and the color deposition trait.
1. Notes- chromosomes and karyotypes
2. Go over homework
3. Karyotyping worksheet
Warm-up: Show a cross between an AB blood type person and an O blood type person.
1. Complete gummy bear lab
2. Lots of practice problems!
Any practice problems not complete in class are homework.
Warm-up: Explain why a person with type O blood cannot have a child with type AB blood.
1. Plicker quiz
2. Gummy Bear Breeding Lab
Warm-up: How can you tell if a trait is polygenically inherited? Define epistasis. Define Pleiotropy.
Warm-up: Identify the following inheritance patterns:
Dominant is yellow, recessive is blue, heterozygous is green
Dominant is yellow, recessive is blue, heterozygous is yellow with blue spots.
1. Notes: Non-Mendelian Continued
2. Go over Monster's Inc.
3. More non-Mendelian practice