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  31.   Evergreen - Exploring Plant Reproduction and Seed Dispersal
...this phase, spores are produced. The wind transfers pollen from male cones to female cones that display open scales. The pine tree produces soft male cones in clusters at the base of the new spring shoots. These cones last only one or two weeks. Each of their scales produces haploid male spores by meiosis. These spores are called pollen grains. Before a pollen grain is shed, the cell inside divides to form the male gametophyte. This gametophyte is protected by a thick wall around the pollen grains. In pine, part of the wall bulges to form two wings. The female cones, (or seed cones), of conifers are much la...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  32.   Cell Division and Mitosis
...students can observe that different organisms have cells which look very similar. Different races and nationalities of people must have cells which are not distinguishable from each other. 2. It may not be necessary to use a visible pipe cleaner model to better understand mitosis, but when teaching meiosis the model is very good to demonstrate crossing over and variable gamete formation as well as differences from mitosis. Return to Biology Index
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  33.   Principles of Heredity
...ious traits. There should be a pair of sticks for each dominant and each recessive trait. A capital letter is used for the dominant trait, and a lower case letter for the recessive trait. Make a key for the traits for a garden pea plant, and give one to each student. Make a transparency diagramming meiosis using letters in lieu of sex cells. Make another transparency of a Punnet Square, diagramming the cross of the F1 gametes from the first transparency. Have a vocabulary sheet with the following information and definitions: Gregor Mendel, dominant character, recessive character, alleles, homozyous, heterozy...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  34.   Reproduction
...rough and final copy) Options (15 points each): q Compare the parts of a cell to the parts of a computer qq Explore an Issue (Slowing Down Aging, Transplant Farms, Genetic Screening, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome) q Clone and grow a plant. Include a photodiary for your experiment q Choreograph and teach a meiosis dance q Research how cloning has been portrayed in the movies (e.g. Multiplicity, Gattaca, The Island). Are they being fair and accurate? q Write a report (include diagrams) comparing the embryonic development of two species q Compare and contrast the three kinds of microscopes studied using a Venn diagram...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  35.   Biology Review
...es avail 9/21 Thursday- Unit work day 9/22 Friday - C200 computer lab avail 9/25 Monday Oral Defenses (A-M) Unit work day 9/26 Tuesday Oral Defenses (N-Z) Unit work day Vocabulary Ecology Consumer Producer Scavenger Food web Photosynthesis Respiration Biosphere Adaptation Carbon cycle Cells Mitosis Meiosis Cytoplasm Endoplasmic Reticulum Cell wall Cell membrane Mitochondria Ribosome Vacuoles Nucleus Human Body Digestive System Skeletal System Endocrine System Immune System Respiratory System Circulatory System Nervous System Reproductive System Muscular System Organ Tissue Genetics Dominant trait Recessive T...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  36.   Genetics & Heredity
...r's questions without any assistance. NAME____ PERIOD____ DUE DATE____ Section 1. Basic Understanding 75 pts (C): 60 pts needed to move to the next Section. This (C) layer must be completed before beginning the (B) layer. 5pts.____ 1. Attend Lecture; take notes and do the worksheets on Mitosis and Meiosis. 5pts.____ 2. Read and take notes p128-135. Do review Q1-5 5pts.____ 3. Review, take notes on Scilinks.org HSTL130 or HSTL135 5pts.____ 4. See Video Discover Magazine "Genetics" take notes 5pts.____ 5. Do Activity "Replicating DNA" 5pts.____ 6. Read and take notes p92-95. Do review Q1-4 5pts.____ 7....
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  37.   Genetics/Heredity
...ou may choose others to complete needed points in each "layer". The Unit is worth 600 points. C Level Assignments (25 points each) (Must complete 8 items for 200 points) ____ 1. *"Before You Read" activity, Page 125 ____ 2. * Notetaking Worksheet, using pages 126-132. ____ 3. * Draw a diagram of Meiosis (P129) with labels. ____ 4. * Write a paragraph describing what takes place during Meiosis. ____ 5. Video and Questions "Genes and Heredity" ____ 6. * Make flashcards or a foldable for the 11 vocabulary words. ____ 7. Complete Bikini Bottom Genetics (see teacher) ____ 8. Complete Baby Steps through th...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  38.   Human Development
...bases(s): Science Resource Center Procedures: English Steps/Activities by teacher: Math Science 1. Initiate a class discussion that addresses the question of how a single unfertilized egg becomes an infant trillions of cells in size within nine months time. Social Science 2. Introduce the stages of meiosis I. Draw them out on the board as students copy them onto white paper. You will introduce meiosis II later in the lesson. 3. Pass out twelve pipe cleaners of at least six different colors to every pair students. 4. On a piece of white paper have each pair of students draw a large circle that fills up the pa...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  39.   Gale Schools - Lesson Plans - Secondary: Math - Genetics
...used? Students should also answer each of the following questions: 1. How did you determine which chromosome (with its associated gene) each parent would contribute to the child? 2. If each coin represents a homologous pair of chromosomes, how does the flip represent the behavior of chromosomes in meiosis? 3. What is the difference between experimental and theoretical probability relative to this lab? How are these two concepts related (tied to this lab)? 4. Using an example from this activity, explain your understanding of the words genotype and phenotype 5. What is the experimental probability that both r...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  40.   Exploring Plant Reproduction and Seed Dispersal
...his phase, spores are produced. The wind transfers pollen from male cones to female cones that display open scales. ? The pine tree produces soft male cones in clusters at the base of the new spring shoots. These cones last only one or two weeks. Each of their scales produces haploid male spores by meiosis. These spores are called pollen grains. Before a pollen grain is shed, the cell inside divides to form the male gametophyte. This gametophyte is protected by a thick wall around the pollen grains. In pine, part of the wall bulges to form two wings. ? The female cones, (or seed cones), of conifers are much...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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