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March 3, 2015
Science Notebook Question

If a man and woman have
a son who is colorblind,
from which parent did he
get the colorblindness
gene?
Learning Targets and Success Criteria

 I can demonstrate how different alleles I can
apply the law of independent assortment to
two traits at once.
 Complete the Dihybrid Cross practice
 I can draw conclusions about how a trait is
passed on through generations
 Complete pedigree practice

Other Learning Targets

Roll Question

If we had a lock‐down 
during lunch, what do 
you think you would do?
Quiz on Thursday
Class Agenda

 Notebook Question
 Homework Check
 Go over mitosis/meiosis quiz
 Dihybrid notes and practice
 Practice Inheritance Problems

I can express probability as a ratio
Use a punnett square to find the probability of 
a given phenotype
I can speak effectively to a group of my peers
Present analysis of a quiz question to the class

Homework Due Today: Sex-Linked Traits Video
Homework Due Next Class: Inheritance Practice Packet

Sex-linked Traits Video
Homework Check
tinyurl.com/2015x-linkedHW

1. Which genotype correctly
represents a female that is
color blind? (#6)
A.BB
B.Bb
C.XbY
D.XbXb

2. Which genotype correctly
represents a male that is
color blind? (#7)

3. Who did Bob receive his
gene for color blindness
from? (#8)

A.XBY

A.His mother

B.Bb

B.His father

C.XbY

C.Both of his parents

D.XBXb

D.His golden retriever

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4. What is the genotype for
the father in question 10?

5. Will the trait in question
10 be more common in
daughters or sons?

A.XbXb
B.XbY

A.Daughters

C.XBY

B.Sons

D.XBYB

REVIEW FROM LAST QUIZ
Topics will be reviewed on next unit test
Topics will come up again on the final

COMMONLY MISSED QUESTIONS
With your table row, decide on:
1. The correct answer to the question
2. What about it is difficult

 Your group will present the question to the class,
each group member needs to fill one of the
following roles:
1.
2.
3.
4.

CELL CYCLE

Read the question to the class
Give the correct answer
Explain the correct answer
Explain what is difficult about this question

MITOSIS
After mitosis and cytokinesis, there are two
identical diploid cells
Mitosis is the splitting of the nucleus
Cytokinesis is the splitting of the cytoplasm

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THE STAGES OF MEIOSIS

MEIOSIS
Meiosis results in 4 genetically
different haploid cells

Hemophilia
The Royal Disease

Royal Family Pedigree

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DIHYBRID CROSS

Queen Victoria

WHAT WILL THEIR OFFSPRING LOOK LIKE?

2 traits:
• Black or White (B or b)

• Short of Long Hair (L or l)

WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE GAMETES?

BbLl

BbLl

PHENOTYPIC RATIOS

Black, Short
_______________

White, Short
_______________

Black, Long
_______________

White, Long
_______________

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EPIGENETICS!
You can’t change your DNA, but your
experiences and environment affect how
your DNA codes for genes.
“epi” = above or on
Epigenetics = above genetics

EPIGENETICS
•What is a typical dinner meal that would be served at your house?
•How is it prepared (take-out, cooked from scratch, from a box, etc.)?

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•What is a typical dinner meal that your great-grandparents may have had
(1940’s)?
•How was it prepared?
•What are some differences in the food we eat compared to past
generations?
•What are some differences in the way the food is prepared?
•How may these differences be affecting us?
•Could what your grandparents ate, be affecting you?

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