1/6 DAILY CATALYST PG. 63 GENETIC VOCAB Answer the following question in 3-5 complete sentences. Be sure to include KEY vocabulary and PROVE to me you are AP Biology students (in case your forgot over the break) 1. Our civilization generates many potentially mutagenic chemicals (pesticides, for example) and modifies the environment in ways that increase
exposure to other mutagens, notably UV radiation. What role should the government play in identifying mutagens and regulating their release to the environment? 1/6 CLASS BUSINESS PG. 62 GENETIC VOCAB Quiz #15 on Friday Tutoring after school, during 4th period, and during lunch Schedule tutoring sessions with me
Final test corrections due Friday What the right answer is, why you missed it, why is that the right answer New studying assignment You are required to study a certain amount of hours per week independently AND with a group/partner I will hand out the sheets that will be signed by a guardian and turned into me
Who needs new notebook sheets? 1/6 AGENDA PG. 62 GENETIC VOCAB Daily Catalyst Class Business Review questions Genetic Vocab Final test corrections
1/7 DAILY CATALYST PG. 63 GENETIC VOCAB 1. A rather large population of Boreal Toads have 239 pink-sided individuals and 647 purple-sided individuals. Assume that pink is totally recessive. Please calculate the following (2 pts. each): Recessive Genotype: Dominant Genotype: The expected genotype frequencies.
The percentage of heterozygous individuals that you would predict to be in this population. 1/7 CLASS BUSINESS PG. 63 GENETIC VOCAB Quiz #15 on Friday Tutoring after school, during 4th period, and during lunch Schedule tutoring sessions with me Final test corrections due Friday
What the right answer is, why you missed it, why is that the right answer New studying assignment You are required to study a certain amount of hours per week independently AND with a group/partner I will hand out the sheets that will be signed by a guardian and turned into me 1/7 AGENDA PG. 63 GENETIC VOCAB
Daily Catalyst Class Business Review questions Genetic Vocab Final test corrections REVIEW QUESTION #1 Outline your response to the following question in your notes. You may use bullet points. (5
minutes) The genetic code is rich with evolutionary implications. For instance, notice that the 20 amino acids are not randomly scattered; most amino acids are coded for by a similar set of codons. What evolutionary explanations can be given for this pattern? (hint: There is one explanation relation to historical ancestry, and some less obvious ones of a forms-fits-functions type) With a partner, form a response to this
question in a complete sentence(s). (10 Partner 2 Find someone who is interested in studying the same subject as you in college. If you cant find the exact same subject, find someone close! REVIEW QUESTION #2 Draw your response to this answer in your
notes with your partner. Be ready to share out. A biologist inserts a gene from a human liver cell into the chromosome of a bacterium. The bacterium then transcribes and translates this gene. The protein produced is useless and is found to contain many more amino acids than does the protein made by eukaryotic cell. Explain
why? PG. 63 GENETIC VOCAB Our next unit is GENETICS! We will cover the cell cycle, mitosis, meiosis, Punnett squares, genetic diseases, and back to Chi-Squared! But first, we need to be experts on vocabulary. PG. 63 GENETIC VOCAB Page 228 (Purple book) or 218 (orange book)
Define the following terms in your notebook on page 63. What you do not finish is HW and I will check it tomorrow.
PG. 64 CELL CYCLE The ability of organisms to reproduce their own kind is the one characteristic that best distinguishes living things from non living matter. Example? Viruses cannot replicate on their own! They need a host. Think back to Virchow (flip to notes) Where a cell exists, there must have been a preexisting
cell This is cell division Definition? The reproduction of cells PG. 64 CELL CYCLE Plants/Animals
Cell division unites both unicellular and multicellular organisms Sexual vs. asexual Bacteria This is the cell cycle! Key Point #1: Cell Cycle The life of a cell from the time it is first formed from a dividing parent cell to division into two cells. Passes on identical genetic information to daughter cells
This must be regulated, if not= cancer Read page. 219 Concept 12.1 GENOMES Genomes? Eukaryotic DNA is 2 meters long! Before a cell can divide, al of the DNA must be copied=
Replication! Why? You do not give away your original! You keep it, and give a copy away. Why is the statement above not 100% correct? (turn and talk) That is a lot of DNA. How does all of the DNA fit into every cell? Packed into chromosomes
KEY POINT #2: HOW MANY CHROMOSOMES Somatic Cell All body cells 46 chromosomes 23 from each parent Gametes
Sex cells 23 chromosomes CHROMOSOMES Draw and label in your notebook CONCEPT CHECK 12.1 Page 220 (Orange book) Complete the concept check 12.1 in your notes
with your partner. KEY POINT #3: MITOSIS IS FOR GROWTH AND REPAIR MITOSIS Key Point #4: In mitosis, a somatic cell creates an exact copy
of itself. Body Cell THE CELL CYCLE INTERPHASE
Key Point #1: Interphase consists of G1, S, and G2 phases. 90% of cell life Centrosomes duplicates G1 Key Point #2: Intense cell growth
S Key Point #3: DNA is replicated G2 Key Point #4: Cell continues to grow and get ready for division MITOTIC SPINDLE Centrosome: a non- membranous organelle
(organization center for microtubules) Centrioles are located at the centrosome Not the most important job An aster forms to connect at the kinetochore FINAL TEST CORRECTIONS Directions: Begin working on your final test corrections. Test corrections are due Friday. All sections can be corrected. Complete corrections
on a separate sheet of paper and staple this paper to the back of your exam. What the right answer is, why you missed it, why is that the right answer Time: Until the end of class Noise: 1 (with partner)
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