College Prep--20 Days
Student Learning MapHeredity.doc
LEQ: How are gametes (sex cells) formed?B-4.5
: Summarize the characteristics of the phases of meiosis I and II.McDougal Littell pgs. 168-176
Holt pgs. 161-164
LEQ: How are Mendel's principles of genetics used to predict characteristics that offspring inherit from their parents?B-4.6
: Predict inherited traits by using the principles of Mendelian genetics (including segregation, independent assortment, and dominance).McDougal Littell pgs. 177-191
Holt pgs. 172-186
LEQ: How does the chromosome theory of inheritance relate to Mendel's principles of genetics?
B-4.7: Summarize the chromosome theory of inheritance and relate that theory to Gregor Mendel's principles of genetics.
McDougal Littell pgs. 200-217
Holt pgs. 234-248
LEQ: How are organisms affected by mutations in body cells versus mutations in sex cells?
B-4.8: Compare the consequences of mutations in body cells with those in gametes.
McDougal Littell pgs. 168, 212-217, 252-255
LEQ: What are some examples of how new genetic characteristics are introduced into a population of organisms?
B-4.9: Exemplify ways that introduce new genetic characteristics into an organism or a population by applying the principles of modern genetics.
McDougal Littell pgs. 266, 269, 272, 275-279
Holt pgs. 258-260, 266-270