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    • Module 5 review 1. What is considered the basic unit of life? (Lesson 5.01) 2. Describe the functions of the following organelles: (Lesson 5.01) Nucleus Endoplasmic Reticulum Ribosomes Cell Membrane Mitochondria Lysosomes 3. What is the purpose of Mitosis? (Lesson 5.02) 4. Describe what is happening in each of the following phases of Mitosis: (Lesson 5.02) Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase 5. What roll do Centrioles play in Mitosis? (Lesson 5.02) 6. Describe the process of Meiosis. (Where does it occur, why does it occur, what is the result) (Lesson 5.03) 7. How many chromosomes are in the resulting cells at the end of Meiosis? ( Lesson 5.03) 8. When does fertilization occur? (Lesson 5.04) 9. How many chromosomes do sex cells have? (Lesson 5.04) 10. List examples of asexual reproduction. (Lesson 5.04) 11. What is a gene? (Lesson 5.05) 12. Describe DNA and what it is responsible for in our cells. (Lesson 5.05) 13. List the 4 nucleotides. (Lesson 5.05) 14. What is the difference between a Phenotype and a Genotype? (Lesson 5.06) 15. If a dominant gene and recessive gene are present, which trait will be expressed? (Lesson 5.06)
    • 16. If two recessive genes are present, which trait will be expressed? (Lesson 5.06) 17. In a Punnett Square, how are Dominant and Recessive Alleles recorded or written down? (Lesson 5.07) 18. Use a Punnet Square to determine the following: (Lesson 5.07) Detached earlobes are dominant. A child inherits genes with the genotype: EE and ee. What is the chance that they will have detached earlobes? 19. What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of cloning, artificial selection and genetic engineering? (Lesson 5.08)