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    Learning Set 5: Lesson 1 Learning Set 5: Lesson 1 Presentation Transcript

    • How many genes do we have/need?25,000 from Mom 25,000 from Dad 50,000 genes! Learning Set 5 : Lesson 1 : Slide 1
    • A Recipe-Genome Analogy A single recipe is like… A recipe book is like… Two copies of 23 recipe books is like… A Chromosome: A Gene: Thousands of sets One set of of instructions for Our Genome: instructions for how to make ALL of the sets of how to make thousands of instructions for how one protein. proteins to make ALL the proteins we needALL (gene, chromosome, genome) are written in same the DNA alphabet!!! Learning Set 5: Lesson 1 : Slide 2
    • A Recipe-Genome AnalogyIn order for scientists to find a specific gene, they need to know which “book” to look in, and which “page” to turn to. Genome Chromosome Gene Learning Set 5 : Lesson 1 : Slide 3
    • How similar are two DNA sequences?How do you compare two DNA sequences? Human DNA sequence: ATATTCCAAA Chimp DNA sequence: ATATTAAAAA ***** *** Learning Set 5 : Lesson 1 : Slide 4
    • Phenomena Assignments• Skin color (student names)• Lactose intolerance (student names)• Familial hypercholesterolemia(student names)• Sickle cell anemia (student names) Learning Set 5 : Lesson 2 : Slide 1
    • Skin ColorPhenomenon Skin ColorPossible TraitsOrganCell TypeProteinGene ExpressionEnvironmentInteraction Learning Set 5 : Lesson 2 : Slide 2
    • Lactose IntolerancePhenomenon Lactose IntolerancePossible TraitsOrganCell TypeProteinGene ExpressionEnvironmentInteraction Learning Set 5 : Lesson 2 : Slide 3
    • Familial HypercholesterolemiaPhenomenon Familial HypercholesterolemiaPossible TraitsOrganCell TypeProteinGene ExpressionEnvironmentInteraction Learning Set 5 : Lesson 2 : Slide 4
    • Sickle Cell AnemiaPhenomenon Sickle CellPossible TraitsOrganCell TypeProteinGene ExpressionEnvironmentInteraction Learning Set 6 : Lesson 2 : Slide 5
    • Concept MappingCreate a concept map using the followingwords:fruit, apple, orange, grapes, vegetable,spinach, broccoli, carrot Learning Set 5 : Lesson 2 : Slide 6