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Tuesday january 21, 2014

  1. 1. Warm UpDo questions for Monday and Tuesday for this week on warm up sheet
  2. 2.    One parent Two identical daughter cells Same DNA
  3. 3.      Cell division One parent cell Two daughter cells Identical DNA Phases ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase Cytokinesis
  4. 4.   Budding Regeneration
  5. 5.  Jellyfish- budding
  6. 6.     Hammerhead sharks Bacteria Protists Fungi
  7. 7.   Jellyfish- forms a pollup that forms and releases from the jellyfish Coral reefs- small buds grow out of the parent cell
  8. 8.    Same DNA Offspring should always be produced No partner needed
  9. 9.    Creates a new organism by combing the genetic material of two organisms Offspring is the combination of both parents DNA Offspring/ daughter cell does NOT have identical DNA to the two parent cells
  10. 10.   Smaller chance of defects being passed on to offspring Genetic variety
  11. 11.  Asexual ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ A-Daughter cells have the same DNA as parent cell A-No partner needed A-Higher amount of offspring produced D-Diseases can be passed on D-not a lot of evolution of the species ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Sexual ReproductionA- combination of two parent DNA A- genetic variety D- partner needed D- takes longer to produce offspring
  12. 12.     Open your book up to Page 92 Read Pages 92-96 Take notes Draw meiosis
  13. 13.       Process by which the number of chromosomes is reduced by half to form sex cells One parent cell Four daughter cells Daughter cells have half the amount of chromosomes as the parent cell Formation of sex cells- sperm and egg Page 94-95 (picture)
  14. 14. Warm UpDO Warm Up Questions for Wednesday and Thursday
  15. 15.       Process by which the number of chromosomes is reduced by half to form sex cells One parent cell Four daughter cells Daughter cells have half the amount of chromosomes as the parent cell Formation of sex cells- sperm and egg Page 94-95 (picture)
  16. 16.      Open your book up to Page 92 Read Pages 92-96 Take notes Draw a sketch of meiosis When done, create a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting Asexual Reproduction and Sexual Reproduction
  17. 17. Warm UpThe diagram below shows a side view of a landform with different elevations. Which of the following best represents this landform?
  18. 18.      One parent Offspring are genetically identical to parent Does not take long to reproduce Repopulate species alone Higher number of offspring Asexual Reproduction       More genetic variety Two parents Offspring are genetically different from parents Lower chance of mutations being passed on through generations Longer time to reproduce Offspring are not guaranteed Sexual Reproduction
  19. 19.     Forms of reproduction Reproduce Occur in plants and animals Produce offspring
  20. 20.    Results in two daughter cells Six phases Two daughter cells have identical genetic material (same # of chromosomes) Mitosis    Results in four daughter cells Occurs only in sex cells Daughter cells only have half the # of chromosomes of the parent cell Meiosis
  21. 21.     Forms of cell division Duplicate DNA Start with one parent cell First five phases are the same
  22. 22.  Create a Study Effort to go along with the study guide that was given to you ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  Flash cards Notes Diagrams Pictures Can be handed in on Tuesday for an Extra Credit Learning Check grade
  23. 23.         One parent No sex cells Genetically Identical daughter cells Two daughter cells Different forms/ types High # of offspring produced Offspring reproduced quickly Low energy Asexual Reproduction      Two parents Two parents to make one offspring Offspring is a combination of genetic material from the two parents Offspring are genetically different from parents Takes a longer amount of time to produce offspring Sexual Reproduction
  24. 24.     Produce offspring Occurs in plants and animals Forms of reproduction Both involve cell division
  25. 25.   Six phases Two identical daughter cells    Mitosis Results in four daughter cells Daughter cells have half the amount of chromosomes of the parent cell Sex cells Meiosis
  26. 26.     One parent cell Forms of cell division DNA is replicated at beginning First five stages are the same
  27. 27.  Create a Study Effort to go along with the study guide that was given to you ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  Flash cards Notes Diagrams Pictures Can be handed in on Tuesday for an Extra Credit Learning Check grade
  28. 28.       One parent cell Produces two daughter cells that have identical genetic material Different types/ waysbinary fission, budding, etc. Higher # of offspring produced Takes less time Offspring produced quickly Asexual Reproduction       Two parent cells Amount of offspring can vary Offspring are genetically different from the parent cells Offspring are a genetic combination of both parent cells Takes a longer amount of time to produce offspring Less offspring produced and not guaranteed Sexual Reproduction
  29. 29.      have at least one parent cell Allow the species to continue Produce offspring Forms of reproduction Both involve cell division
  30. 30.     Six phases Two daughter cells produced Daughter cells have full # of chromosomes Identical to parent cell     Mitosis Produces sex cells Four daughter cells produced Daughter cells have half the # of chromosomes of the parent cell Needed for sexual reproduction to occur Meiosis
  31. 31.      Forms of cell division Produce daughter cells One parent cell Start with DNA replication First five phases/stages are the same
  32. 32.  Create a Study Effort to go along with the study guide that was given to you ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  Flash cards Notes Diagrams Pictures Can be handed in on Tuesday for an Extra Credit Learning Check grade
  33. 33.           No sex cells Daughter cells genetically identical to parent cell Produces two daughter cells Large quantities of offspring Unicellular and multicellular organisms One parent Less evolution Different types/ ways- binary fission, budding Takes less time Less energy Asexual Reproduction           Two parent Produces less offspring Multicellular organisms Sex cells Offspring genetically different from parents Offspring is a combination of both parents genetic material (1/2 from each) Genetic variety/ more evolution Takes longer to produce offspring More energy Adaptatations Sexual Reproduction
  34. 34.     Reproduction Produce offspring DNA replication is involved Allow species to continue
  35. 35.    Produces two daughter cells Daughter cells are genetically identical to parent cell Six phases Mitosis    Process before sexual reproduction Creates sex cells Produces four daughter cells ( ½ the # of chromosomes of the parent cell) Meiosis
  36. 36.     Produce daughter cells Forms of cells division Start with replicating DNA Starts with one cell
  37. 37.  Create a Study Effort to go along with the study guide that was given to you ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  Flash cards Notes Diagrams Pictures Can be handed in on Tuesday for an Extra Credit Learning Check grade
  38. 38.     Quiz Review Sheet- study effort that you have made Use your notes Passed back papers Homeworks- questions on meiosis

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