# CLASS START 1. What do you think we will study when we study genetics? 2. Who do you look like in your family? 3. Has anyone seen a baby being born of.

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CLASS START 1. What do you think we will study when we study genetics? 2. Who do you look like in your family? 3. Has anyone seen a baby being born of a human or animal? 4. What is probability?

Chapter 11-1 pages 263-266 Genetics: Gregor Mendel: Fertilization: True Breeding:

Vocabulary for Genetics Traits: Hybrids: Genes: Alleles: Gametes: Segregation:

CLASS START Flip a coin a your table. Predict how many times it will be heads and how many times it will be tails in the 10 flips. Was your prediction correct? If using probability what should the outcome be? Do you think this is the same for genetics?

11-2 pages 267-269 Probability: Punnett Square: Homozygous: Heterozygous: Genotype: Phenotype: Dominant: Recessive:

Probability of Offspring’s Gender

Blood Types 1.AB : rarest blood type: universal acceptor 2.B 3.A 4.O : Universal donor; Recessive blood type Cross a male with AB blood type with a female with type A recessive blood. Cross a female with A dominant blood with male B dominant blood.

Practice Punnett Square Problems 1. Cross 2 hybrid tall pea plants. 2. Page 269 question # 5. 3. Brown is dominant in eye color, and blue is recessive. Cross a heterozygous brown eyed person with a homozygous brown eyed person.

CLASS START 1. For each genotype below, indicate whether Heterozygous (He) or Homozygous (Ho) a. TT b. Bb c. DD d. tt e. FF f. Dd g. BB h. RR i. Ii j. Tt k. SS l. bb 2. Tall is dominant. Cross a purebred short with a hybrid tall person.

11-3 pages 270-274 Independent assortment: Incomplete dominance: Codominance: Multiple alleles: Polygenic traits:

CLASS START PAGE 266 SECTION ASSESSMENT #1-6.

Chapter 11-4 pages275- 278 Homologous: Diploid: Haploid: Meiosis: Tetrad: Crossing over:

CROSSING OVER

Table of Comparison Mitosis to Meiosis See Microsoft document attached Video of Meiosis Drawing of meiosis on plain white paper.

CLASS START Section Assessment page 278 #1-5.

Chapter 11-5 pages 279-280 Chromosomes assort independently not individual genes. Gene maps:

CLASS START Pages 283 and 285 multiple choice questions only.

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