AKS REVIEW - HUMAN GENETICS /GENETIC TECHNOLOGY

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AKS REVIEW

HUMAN GENETICS
/GENETIC TECHNOLOGY


AKS CORRELATION

9
.
analyze how biological traits are passed on to successive generations (GPS, HSGT) (SCBI_B2005
-
9)



9d
-

describe the relationship between changes in DNA and potential appearance of new traits



including alterations during replication, insertions, deletions, and substitutions and mutagenic factors that can alter DNA (
high
energy

radiation and chemical)

(GPS)



9e
-

compare the advantages of sexual reproduction and asexual reproduction in different




situations (GPS)

GPS CORRELATION


SB2. Students will analyze how biological traits are passed on to successive generations.


e. Compare the advantages of

sexual reproduction and asexual reproduction in different situations



f. Examine the use of DNA in forensics, medicine and agriculture

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1. Carry out and summarize the results of various genetic crosses: (make up a sample genetic problem for each)

a. Codominance

b. Sex
-
linked traits

c. Incomplete dominance

d. Multiple alleles


2. Lists significant contributions of genetic engin
eering to agricultural and medical practices.


3. Discuss one biotechnological advance (cloning, genetic engineering, bioethics, transplants, etc.) and its impact on life.


4. Explain the uses of a pedigree. Create a simple pedigree and explain what it
reveals.


5. Describe a genetic disorder associated with:


a. Sex
-
linked traits


b. Recessive allele


c. Dominant allele


d. Trisomy


6. Describe the processes and benefits of selective breeding of plants and animals.


7. Illustrate and describe the
process of recombinant DNA.


8. Summarize the importance of mapping the human genome and its applications.


9. Create a sample DNA fingerprint. Explain how it was created and what it illustrates.


10. Compare multiple allelic and polygenetic inheritanc
e.
























AKS REVIEW

HUMAN GENETICS
/GENETIC TECHNOLOGY


AKS CORRELATION

9
.
analyze how biological traits are passed on to successive generations (GPS, HSGT) (SCBI_B2005
-
9)



9d
-

describe the relationship between changes in DNA and potential appearance of new traits



including alterations during replication, insertions, deletions, and substitutions and mutagenic



factors that
can alter DNA (high energy

radiation and chemic
al) (GPS)



9e
-

compare the advantages of sexual reproduction and asexual reproduction in different




situations (GPS)

GPS CORRELATION


SB2. Students will analyze how biological traits are passed on to successive generations.


e. Compare the advantages

of sexual reproduction and asexual reproduction in different situations



f. Examine the use of DNA in forensics, medicine and agriculture

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------

1. Carry out and summarize the results of various genetic crosses: (make up a sample genetic problem for each)

a. Codominance

b. Sex
-
linked traits

c. Incomplete dominance

d. Multiple alleles


2. Lists significant contributions of genetic
engineering to agricultural and medical practices.


3. Discuss one biotechnological advance (cloning, genetic engineering, bioethics, transplants, etc.) and its impact on life.


4. Explain the uses of a pedigree. Create a simple pedigree and explain wha
t it reveals.


5. Describe a genetic disorder associated with:


a. Sex
-
linked traits


b. Recessive allele


c. Dominant allele


d. Trisomy


6. Describe the processes and benefits of selective breeding of plants and animals.


7. Illustrate and describe th
e process of recombinant DNA.


8. Summarize the importance of mapping the human genome and its applications.


9. Create a sample DNA fingerprint. Explain how it was created and what it illustrates.


10. Compare multiple allelic and polygenetic inherita
nce.