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Ch 14- Human Genome How many chromosomes does a human cell have?

have two copies of a large X chromosome Males have one X and one small Y chromosome Autosomes- the other 44 chromosomes Males and females are born 50:50 ratio because sex chromosomes segregate during meiosis Half of sperm cells carry X chromosome and other half carry Y chromosome Human Traits Biologists must identify if an inherited trait is controlled by a single gene Pedigree- chart that shows the relationships/


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environment –Effects specific to an individual (school, hobbies, etc.)  Gene/environment correlation –Children may shape their /Chromosomes and spindles begin to form Prometaphase: Chromosomes begin moving into alignment Metaphase: Paired chromosomes line up in the middle of the nucleus Anaphase: Paired chromosomes separate and move to opposite sides of the cell Telophase: Chromosomes disperse and spindles Begin to separate cells Cytokenesis: Cell is pinched in middle, two daughyer cells form What do genes/


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C YouTube - Genetics 101 Part 1: What are genes?YouTube - Genetics 101 Part 1: What are genes? Gene – a section of DNA GENE 23 pairs of Chromosomes The Human Genome Project mapped every gene on these chromosomes. There are 20,000-25,000 genes on the chromosomes. HUMAN GENOME PROJECT 13 year project by the U.S. Dept. of Energy and National Institutes of Health Goals: Identify 20,000 – 25/


Chapter 4: Prenatal Development. Objectives Describe the three major phases of prenatal development. Describe the possible effects of drugs and medications.

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Mechanisms of Genetic Transmission §Genetic information is combined and transmitted by gametes, the reproductive cells of a child’s parent §In the father.

chromosomes Mechanisms of Genetic Transmission ( continued) §Each human sperm or egg cell contains 23 chromosomes §All other cells of the body contain 46 chromosomes and about 100,000 genes §A single chromosome may contain as many as 20,000 genes DNA §The genes/ retarded level §most live until middle adulthood §they are able to do simple routines and hold these type of jobs §/ child’s family, school and community etc. Behavior Genetics ( continued) §Canalization--tendency of genes to narrowly restrict the /


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chromosomes independently paired with other chromosomes and this process take place throughout both meiosis I and II. Another factor is crossing over, segments of non-sister chromatids from the break point joint with other chromatid allowing new combinations of maternal and paternal genes that occurs in meiosis I. Lastly, random combination of chromosomes/ to a stimuli. Mention and describe two examples of a physiological response that would occur If you were to be awoken in the middle of the night due to/


Darwin’s Theory of Evolution Darwin Presents his Case Chapter 15-3 Image from: Biology by Miller and Levine; Prentice Hall Publishing©2006.

by Holt, Rinehart, and Winston MOLECULAR HOMOLOGIES All life forms share same genetic machinery (DNA & RNA) Universal genetic code Important genes share highly conserved sequences Similar _________ suggest an ___________________. Human: http://www.nationmaster.com/wikimir/images/upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/1/18/300px-Human_karyogram.png Chimpanzee: Middle School Life Science, published by Kendall/Hunt. Human- 46 chromosomesChimpanzee- 48 chromosomes evolutionary relationship Even/


Ch. 14 Mendel & The Gene Idea MS. WHIPPLE – BRETHREN CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL.

together in Mendel’s experiments.  After university, Mendel taught school and lived in the local monastery, where the monks had a /and the other for white flowers  Each gene resides at a specific locus on a specific chromosome. Section 14.1 Figure 14.4 Allele for purple flowers Locus for flower-color gene Allele for white flowers Pair of homologous chromosomes/phenotypes (skin color in the middle range).  Environmental factors, such as sun exposure, also affect skin color and contribute to a smooth normal /


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is carried on chromosomes Chromosomes are made of DNA However, 100 years before Watson & Crick, we knew the “laws” of heredity---how traits are passed on Gregor Mendel “Father of Heredity” an Austrian monk who lived in the middle 1800s; high school teacher first person/ phenotypes Example: A red flowered parent (RR) is crossed with a white flowered parent(WW) and the offspring (RW) are pink Multiple Alleles Genes that have more than two alleles It does not mean that one individual has more than two /


Ch 8.2 Cell Growth and Reproduction Hickox: Baker High School Biology.

Baker High School Biology Prophase I: DNA coils up and spindle forms Chromosomes pair up Hickox: Baker High School Biology Prophase I: Metaphase I: move to middle along equator 63) Crossing Over: Pieces of chromatid can break off from the other homologous chromosome and genetic information/Hickox: Baker High School Biology Cancer: A mistake in the Cell Cycle Hickox: Baker High School Biology Scientists think cancer is caused by changes to one or more of the genes that control the cell cycle. A gene is a part/


Medical Genetics & Genomics Guri Tzivion, PhD Extension 506 BCHM 590: Fall 2015 Windsor University School of Medicine.

in haploid gametes BCHM 590 MDII Genetics Class 4 Genes, Chromosomes and Heredity 3. Chromosomes and their organization Chromosome: GreekGreek (chroma, color) and (soma, body): chromosomes strongly stain by particular dyes dyes Greekdyes Single piece of coiled DNA containing many genes, regulatory elements and other nucleotide sequences regulatory elementsnucleotide sequencesregulatory elementsnucleotide sequences In eukaryotes, nuclear chromosomes are packaged by proteins into a condensed structure called/


Lesson Overview Lesson Overview Human Chromosomes Lesson Overview 14.1 Human Chromosomes.

that this chromosome contains genes that are vital for the survival and development of the embryo. Lesson Overview Lesson Overview Human Chromosomes Lesson Overview 14.3 Studying the Human Genome Lesson Overview Lesson Overview Human Chromosomes THINK ABOUT IT Just a few decades ago, computers were gigantic machines found only in laboratories and universities. Today, many of us carry small, powerful computers to school and work every day/


Biotechnology To accompany Georgia Middle School Lessons on Biotechnology Written by: Christina M. Spears Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office.

Biotechnology To accompany Georgia Middle School Lessons on Biotechnology Written by: Christina M. Spears Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office July 2003 Objectives Define Biotechnology Compare and contrast biotechnology and genetic engineering Explain how biotechnology helps increase production List uses of biotechnology in plant and animal science Explain historical uses of biotechnology What is DNA? Hereditary information stored in chromosomes Stored as sequence of nucleotides Five carbon base/


PowerPoint ® Lecture Presentations prepared by John Zamora Middle Tennessee State University C H A P T E R © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. Microbial Genomics.

involving four sequencing centers: The Broad Institute, the Baylor College of Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine, and the J. Craig Venter Institute. Jeff Gordon © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. 6.10/genes typically do not encode core metabolic functions © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. 6.12 Horizontal Gene Transfer and Genome Stability Transposons—pieces of DNA that can move between chromosome, plasmids, and viruses Figure 6.30 © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. 6.12 Horizontal Gene Transfer and/


Cellular Reproduction and DNA

to offspring 3 3 Genes, Chromosomes, and DNA DNA governs an organisms traits and characteristics DNAs main function is to tell the cell what proteins to make 4 4 Genes, Chromosomes, and DNA DNA governs an organisms traits and characteristics DNAs main function/traits determined by DNA Environmental factors- nonbiological factors that are involved in a persons surroundings (family, friends, school, choices they make) Spiritual factors- factors in a persons life determined by the quality of their relationship /


Overview ~Cumulative Assessment Project ~3 Generations of Potato Heads

Middle School – Lincoln, California Overview ~Cumulative Assessment Project ~3 Generations of Potato Heads Assignment Points (C – cooperatively with classmate) Assessment Points (I – Individual application) ~3 Generations of Potato Heads “Parent” Chromosomes of Mr. and Ms. Potato Head Mr. & Ms. Potato Head Spud/Spudette ~ 4-5 days in length 7th Grade Genetic Standards Background Knowledge ~DNA ~Dominant ~Patterns of Inheritance ~Recessive ~Punnett Squares ~Genotype ~Genes on Chromosomes/


Pregnancy Upper Middle Level Health.

brothers and sisters because they have different genes. Gender Determination 1. Mother = xx chromosomes 1. Father = xy chromosomes 1. One chromosome from each person joins together 2. Baby Girl = xx chromosomes 2. Baby Boy = xy chromosomes It is the father’s chromosome which / also likely to develop more slowly and to have more difficult in school. He/She may turn out healthy and do just fine. Pregnancy Problems Miscarriages and birth defects may be caused by: a chromosomal abnormality in the ovum or sperm /


Biotechnology: Past, Present, And Future Donna C. Sullivan, PhD Division of Infectious Diseases Univ. Mississippi Medical Center.

Use gene splicing to insert human insulin gene into bacteria Use gene splicing to insert human insulin gene /chromosomes Missing parts of chromosomesMissing parts of chromosomes DNA swapping across different chromosomesDNA swapping across different chromosomes Chronic myelogenous leukemia Chronic myelogenous leukemia DNA exchange between chromosome 9 and 22DNA exchange between chromosome 9 and/science training: High-school biology, college chemistryPrior science training: High-school biology, college /


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Pre Med III Genetics Guri Tzivion, PhD Extension 506 Summer 2015 Windsor University School of Medicine.

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Supporting Science Textbook Content while enriching the Learning Process in Junior High/Middle School An interesting example of biological diversity… Alligators and the End of Dentures?! The tooth fairy may be good at handing/the fruit fly):  Genes are located in the chromosomes  Each chromosome has numerous gene locations  Genes come in pairs  Both genes in a pair carry DNA instructions for the same thing  Specific characteristic genes occupy matching locations on the two chromosomes  DNA code may not/


1 Review List the chemical components of DNA Relate Cause and Effect Why are hydrogen bonds so essential to the structure of DNA 2 Review Describe the.

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 Role of DNA  1. Info. In DNA must be present in each cell after division  2. Stores info for which proteins to make and when  3. Directs cell activities.

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Darwin’s Theory of Evolution Darwin Presents his Case Chapter 15-3 Image from: Biology by Miller and Levine; Prentice Hall Publishing©2006.

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School DNA and RNA Chapter 12 Donna Howell Biology I Blacksburg High School History of DNA Late 1800’s – scientists discovered that DNA is in the nucleus of the cell 1902 – Walter Sutton proposed that hereditary material resided in the chromosomes/ together, sort of like taking a chainsaw and slicing down through the middle of the ladder’s rungs. Then, each strand serves/ and a new strand, so semiconservative replication. The Genetic Code What is a gene? What does a protein do? A region of DNA on a chromosome /


Darwin’s Theory of Evolution Darwin Presents his Case Chapter 15-3 Image from: Biology by Miller and Levine; Prentice Hall Publishing©2006.

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Karyotyping.

DNA making transcription easier AT rich Highly coiled regions of DNA Contains few genes Most genes in these regions are tissue specific, and so not transcribed in all cells Analysis Once chromosomes are stained, the slide is put under the microscope and the analysis of the chromosomes begins. A picture is taken of the chromosomes and at the end of the analysis This is known as a “metaphase/


Genetics and Heredity Life Science Standard 2

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The Biology of Monsters Many of the creatures found in myths and fairy tales have some basis in biological facts. Our forebears may have extrapolated and.

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Keeley digital copies of all four (4) volumes purchased for all K- 8 Centers and Middle Schools Benchmark SC.7.L.16.1 Understand and explain that every organism requires a set of instructions that specifies its traits, that this hereditary information (DNA) contains genes located in the chromosomes of each cell, and that heredity is the passage of these instructions from one generation to another. (Also/


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Mitosis & Meiosis Yvonne Norman Edited By: Ms. Ethridge, Ms. Myers, Ms. Milstead, and Ms. Palermo.

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the nucleus Chromatid: one of the 2 identical “sister” parts of a duplicated chromosome Crossing Over: homologous chromosomes pair up in tetrads and exchange portions of their chromatids Tetrad: homologous chromosomes paired together, 4 sister chromatids Meiosis 1 & 2 Vocabulary Words Somatic: body cells Gametes (germ cells): sex cells Autosomes: chromosomes that contain genes for characteristics not directly related to the sex of an organism Sex/


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