Make sure you have your genetic disorder questions- I have a few extra copies if needed
Question due April 10th
Pick up papers by mailboxes
Warm-up 6: Explain the reason for x-inactivation in females
Yesterday's Warm-up 5: Explain how a karyotype can be used to diagnose genetic disorders.
1. Select genetic disorders topic
2. Review- complete all co-dominance/incomplete dominance, choose 3 sex-linked (as long as they require punnett squares), choose 5 multiple alleles (as long as they require punnett squares), choose 2 multiple alleles in chickens (any problems finished beyond the required count as bonus)
Warm-up 5: Explain how a karyotype can be used to diagnose genetic disorders.
1. Finish karyotype lab (15 minutes)- homework if unfinished
3. Notes: X-inactivation and Barr Bodies
4. Note cards: Complex Inheritance (definition and drawing for each- epistasis, x-linked, co-dominance, incomplete dominance, multiple alleles, x-inactivation)
Warm-up 4: What are the possible genotypes of the parents for a person who has AB blood?
1. Notes: Karyotypes and chromosomal disorders
2. Mini-lab: Karyotype building
HW: Study for tomorrow's quiz
Hand in lab to red bucket.
Warm-up 3: Explain how phenotypic ratios can be used to determine inheritance patterns and parental traits.
1. Notes: Multiple alleles and blood types
2. Practice: Non-Mendelian
Tuesday: Quiz over Non-Mendelian Traits and Karyotypes
Pick up lab hand out by mailboxes.
Warm-up 2: What offspring phenotypic ratios would you expect to observe in the following cases? You do not need to show work
Regular dominant green skin, recessive red skin- Aa x Aa
Incomplete dominance red flower (AA), white flower (A'A'), pink flower (AA')- AA' x AA'
Codominance black chicken (BB), white chicken (WW), checkered chicken (BW)- BW x BW
1. Quick notes (adding to yesterday's notes)- Lethal alleles
2. Lab- exploring phenotypic ratios
Warm-up 1: A male has hemophilia, his wife is a carrier. Show the punnett square for the cross between these individuals. What is the probability that they will have daughter with hemophilia? What is the probability that they will have a son with hemophilia?
1. Notes: Complex inheritance- epistasis, lethal alleles, multiple alleles, polygenic traits
2. Practice- complex inheritance
Pick up notesbooks and notebook sheets by mailbox. Set up notebook:
Page 97: Unit Objectives
Page 98: Vocabulary
Page 99: Stamp sheet
Page 100: Warm-ups
Page 101: Overflow
Page 102: Article
Page 103: Summary
1. Notes: Non-Mendelian Inheritance
2. Practice: Non-Mendelian Inheritance
Warm-up 7: If a woman has cystic fibrosis and her husband is a carrier for the disease what is the probability that they will have children with cystic fibrosis? Show the punnett square- use F's as your allele letters.
1. Quiz: Punnett squares and pedigress
2. Go over dihybrid practice
3. Time for review/vocab
Warm-up 6: What gametes would the individuals below make?
AaBb, AAbb, AABb, AaBB, aaBb
1. Notes: Genetic disorders
2. Genetic disorders flip book
3. Finish dihybrid practice
HW: Quiz- punnett squares and pedigrees tomorrow