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1 Mitosis/Meiosis: Learning Objectives 1. Differentiate between haploid (n) and diploid cells (2n) 2. Compare the number and type of chromosomes in a cell in G1, S, G2, and then after M phase. Define homologues and sister chromatids, when do you see each. 3. Recognize how the number and type of chromosomes differs in a gamete (sperm and eggs) compared to a somatic (body) cell. 4. Describe how chromosomes are separated in meiosis and how this differs from mitosis. 5. Apply the knowledge of how chromosomes separate during meiosis and the rules of probability to predict the likelihood that offspring from two parents would inherit a specific combination of chromosomes and the genes they contain.
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2 Mitosis
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3 Chromosomes, so many! Distinct size, shape, staining pattern Number of different chromosomes = (n) also called the haploid number. Many organisms have pairs of each chromosome (2n) = diploid pairs are called homologues (similar but not identical) Humans n = 23 2n = 46
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4 Humans & Most Animals Diploid 2 copies of each chromosome called homologues not identical, but variants of each other 46 total chromosomes
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5 In this baggie, I am using pasta to represent  chromosomes in a cell.  Each different shape  represents a different chromosome.  What is  n for your cell? A. 2 B. 4 C. 6 D. 8 Clicker Question  1
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6 In this bag of pasta what would represent a  pair of homologous chromosomes ? A B. C. Clicker Question  2
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7 S-Phase: Replication Chromosomes copied (replication) called Sister chromatids that are separated during M phase. Identical pastas
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8 If you investigated cells from a lab mouse with  40 chromosomes you would  find __ sister  chromatids first after the ___ stage. A. 10: G1 B. 20: G2 C. 40: M D. 80: S Clicker Question  3
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9 In the bag of pasta what would represent a  pair of sister chromatids ? A. B. C Clicker Question  4
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10 I’ll arrange the pasta shapes on a sheet of  paper to show a cell with 2n=8.  How many  total chromosomes would this cell have?
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course BIOL 1103 taught by Professor Armstrong during the Spring '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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