Bio 200 Lecture 6 Key Terms

Bio 200 Lecture 6 Key Terms - Outline Lecture 6 What Mendel...

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Outline Lecture 6 What Mendel didn’t know? Chromosomes and recombination 1. Chromosomes are discovered and come in pairs 2. A brief introduction to mitosis and meiosis 3. Haploidy, diploidy, polyploidy 4. Sex chromosomes: an unusual pair 5. Recombination via crossing over What does DNA do? 1. Understanding how we’ve gone from factors to DNA 2. Nucleic acids, the double helix, and a quick tour of DNA replication 3. The central dogma (DNA =>RNA=>aa=>Protein) 4. How central is it? 5. Codons and translation: A universal code 6. Closely related species have similar proteins and DNA Key terms/concepts: 1. Chromosomes- Discovered in 1879, linked to inheritance in 1902, come in pairs each cell has a set of chromosomes from each parent 2. The implications of paired chromosomes- Paired chromosomes imply that we inherit one set of chromosomes from each of our parents 3. Human chromosome counts- every human’s body cells are Diploidy which have 2 pairs of chromosomes totaling 46, and our gametes have one pair and are
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