Presentation on theme: "Unit 4, Day 4 Genetics & Human Development"— Presentation transcript:
1Unit 4, Day 4 Genetics & Human Development Thu, Jan 24th (Block, 115 min)Fri, Jan 25th (Block, 85 min)
2Homework Due Today (0 min) - Stamp Human Development YouTube Video Notes & Problems (Page 37.F)Egg
3Daily QuestionPage 37.AIf you were to die today, what would be your epitaph? (the phrase on your tombstone) Why would you want that to be your epitaph?
4Homework CFUPage 37.FStages for pregnancy? Dilation, Expulsion, Placental Stage?Ages for each stage of life?Puberty symptoms for boys and girls? Ages?
5Essential Skills and Knowledge Page 37.A2.2.D (Juvenile Stages): I can describe the different developmental characteristics of a human being throughout various stages of their growth including the human neonate, infant, toddler, preschooler, elementary, junior high, and high school.2.2.E (Adulthood): I can describe the different developmental characteristics of a human being throughout various stages of adulthood.
6Transition and Warning Genetic disorders resulting from mistakes in meiosis
7HookAn employee with down syndrome insulted by customers. What Would You Do?
8Investigation Before Explanation # chromosomes in a gamete with zero copies of a chromosome?If fertilized with a normal gamete, how many total chromosomes would the zygote have?# chromosomes in a gamete with two copies of a chromosome?
9Teacher Notes (Page 37.C)Nondisjunction: Failure of chromosomes to separate normally during meiosisIn general, risks increase with mom’s age
10Student Practice (Page 37.C) If nondisjunction occurs to the homologous pairs, how many total chromosomes end up in each of the four gametes?If nondisjunction occurs to the sister chromatids, how many total chromosomes end up in each of the four gametes?
11Teacher Notes (Page 37.C) Monosomy: Loss of a chromosome (2n-1) Only survivable monosomy: Turner SyndromeOnly one X chrom. (girls)Short, swelling, broad chest, low-set ears, webbed necksNon-working ovariesDifficulties in mathematics and memory
12Student Practice (Page 37.C) A human being with monosomy has __ chromosomes.
13Teacher Notes (Page 37.C)Trisomy: Addition of a chromosome (2n+1)
14Trisomy 21 – Down Syndrome Teacher Notes (Page 37.C)Trisomy 21 – Down SyndromeMost common trisomyDelay in learningSmall chin, face is flat & broad, short neck
15Trisomy 18 – Edwards Syndrome Teacher Notes (Page 37.C)Trisomy 18 – Edwards Syndrome2nd most common trisomy80% femaleMajority die before birthLow survival rateheart abnormalities, kidney malformations, etc.Symptoms: small head , malformed ears, widely spaced eyes, clenched hands
16Trisomy 13 – Patau Syndrome Teacher Notes (Page 37.C)Trisomy 13 – Patau Syndrome>80% die in 1st yearSevere heart and kidney defectsMental retardation, eye defects, extra fingers, low-set ears, deformed feed
17Student Practice (Page 37.C) A human being with trisomy has __ chromosomes.
18CFU Rate 1-10 Human Development Genetic Disorders Resulting from Mistakes in Meiosis
19Lecture ActivityPartner 1 draw nondisjunction if it occurs to the homologous pairsPartner 2 draw nondisjunction if it occurs to the sister chromatidsProphase I Metaphase I Anaphase I Telophase I Prophase II Metaphase II Anaphase II Telophase II
20Project Activity Homework due on Monday/Tuesday Rough drafts of 4 journal entriesPregnancy, birth, infancy, toddler, elementary, junior high, high school, collegeGo over journal entry specificationsWork on these four journal entriesAnnouncement: I am taking out the budget portion of the project and the choosing of life events out of a bag
21Homework Homework due on Monday/Tuesday Rough drafts of 4 journal entriesPregnancy, birth, infancy, toddler, elementary, junior high, high school, collegeUnit 4 Exam: Friday, February 1stProject Due Date: February 4th (odd periods), February 5th (even period)Digital Scrapbook (Journal Entries and Photos)PSA and Pamphlet (will work on these next week)