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FDSCI 101 Day 14 F12

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Richard Datwyler

on 16 March 2015

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Transcript of FDSCI 101 Day 14 F12

Something to think about..
Karen and Steve each have a sibling with sickle-cell disease. Neither Karen nor Steve nor any of their parents have the disease, and none of them have been tested for the trait. Based on this incomplete information, calculate the probability that they have a child with sickle-cell disease.
How did the homework go?

Any questions for me?
How did the reading go?

Any questions for me?
The principle of Inheritance teaches us that each individual has 2 alleles for each gene, one from our father and one from our mother. In one instance in the human gene pool there are three different alleles present A , A , and A . This is an example of?
A. Incomplete dominance
B. Codominance
C. Polygenic
D. Multiple allelic
E. Mutation
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In humans earlobs being unattached is dominant and big feet is dominant, then what is the percent chance that two heterozygous individuals for both traits (Ee, Ff) have a child that would express the dominant phenotype of both traits?
( a punnett square might help you)
A 1/ 16 or 6.25%
B 3/16 or 18.75 %
C 1/2 or 50%
D 9/16 or 56.25 %
E 3/4 or 75%

Today we are hitting a few topics
Mitosis and Meiosis
Stem cells
Cloning
Intro. to Human reproduction
Mitosis
Meiosis

BOYS
Girls
Menstral cycle
Ovarian Cycle
Uturian Cycle

http://www.lds.org/handbook/handbook-2-administering-the-church/selected-church-policies?lang=eng#214
Babies
Lastly human reproduction
Boys
Girls
Babies
Terms
Sister Chromatid
Homologous Chromosones
Terms
Sister Chromatid
Homologous Chromosones
Cross over
Stem Cells
What is a stem Cell?
Somatic stem cell
Embryonic stem cell
Cloning
A Clone is an exact genetic copy of an organism
Artificial embryo twinning
Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer
WHY!!!???!!!
WHY!!??!!
How do you feel about cloning
A) Support
B) Oppose
C) Neutral
D) No opinion
E) What is cloning again?
come next time with a few
Questions?
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