2 EAGLE ZONE Imagine you are going to one of those super trendy restaurants with lots of dishes that you’ve never heard of. Tell me how many different combinations of an entrée and dessert can be ordered at the restaurant. Use the menu below. The Chez Punnett MenuDessertsChocolate Mink103 Layers Chocolate CakeEcuadorian Pomegranate PopsiclesAvocado GelatoWatermelon CroissantsEntreesBikini Island ShrimpWild and Crazy TroutSweet Potato Gratin with Baby PineconesCornish Hen in Free Range Chicken Wrapped in Organic Turkey, Smothered in Genetically Modified Plum SauceTurkey Cream Puff PieMathbench.umd.edu/modules/prob-stat_punnett-squares_intro/page14.htm
3 Demystify the Punnett Square Super-Trendy Restaurant Chez PunnettHow many different combinations could you order?
4 Creating combos at Chez Punnett 1. Bikini Shrimp2. Wild and Crazy Trout3. Pinecone Gratin4. Plum Hen5. Turkey Puff1. Chocolate Mink2.1000 Layer Cake3.Pom Popsicle4.Avocado Gelato5. Watermelon Croissant
5 Explore 1 Dragon Punnett Squares Complete the Dragon Punnett Squares as we explore the interactive game.
6 Explore 2 Predicting Outcomes of One Trait Crosses Monohybrid Punnett Squares Complete the 1st Punnett Square; we will check together as a class
7 Eagle ZoneComplete the “Making Predictions” pages we worked on yesterday during classYou have 20 minutes to complete the pages before we begin notesThe notes page is on the back of the “making predictions” handout
8 Bb X Bb Phenotypic Ratio 3:1 Genotypic Ratio 1:2:1
10 Mendel and GeneticsUsing your handout, answer the questions as we explain the concepts surrounding basic genetic
11 Terms to Know Character (heritable feature, i.e., fur color) Trait (variant for a character, i.e., brown)P generation (parents)F1 generation (first filial generation)
12 Terms to Know Punnett square: Gene: point on a chromosome that controls the traitAllele:an alternate form of a gene A or aHomozygous:identical alleles for a characterHeterozygous (Hybrid):different alleles for a genePhenotype:physical traitsGenotype:genetic makeup
13 It All Began with Mendel (FYI) Gregor Mendel was born in 1822.Called the “Father of Genetics”Late 1800 chromosomes and the process of meiosis were unknown.Mendel’s work was considered obscure and unimportant until 1900Walter Sutton proposed the Chromosome Theory and people began to listen to his ideas.Chromosome Theory – specific genes are located on specific chromosomes
14 Three Conclusions to His Research Principle of Dominance and RecessivenessOne allele in a pair may mask the effect of the otherPrinciple of SegregationThe two alleles for a characteristic separate during the formation of eggs and spermPrinciple of Independent AssortmentThe alleles for different characteristics are distributed to reproductive cells independently.
16 Elaborate 2 Meiosis Competition Dad Mom WWHh X wwHH Using your sock chromosomes, demonstrate how the possible gametes are formed and write the correct all the possible gametes that can be formed on the board.