Be able to identify genotypic and phenotypic ratios

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Be able to identify genotypic and phenotypic ratios 10. Explain when and why a testcross may be used 11. Describe how alleles interact in incomplete dominance 12. Describe inheritance patterns involving multiple alleles 13. Explain the concept of codominance 14. Explain how polygenic inheritance can result in a wide range of phenotypes 15. Explain how sex-linked genes produce different inheritance patterns in males and females 16. Explain why most sex-linked disorders are more common in males 17. Analyze the parts of a pedigree chart a. Label generation and individual numbers on a pedigree b. Determine whether a trait is dominant or recessive c. Determine whether a trait is sex-linked or autosomal d. Assign genotypes to individuals in a pedigree
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ATP 1. Describe the structure of ATP 2. Describe why ATP is the primary energy carrier 3. Summarize the ATP cycle 4. Describe the types of work that cells perform Cellular Respiration 1. Label the components of a mitochondria 2. Identify the components of a mitochondria 3. Compare and contrast how autotrophs and heterotrophs obtain food 4. Explain the purpose of aerobic and anaerobic respiration 5. Summarize the cellular respiration equation 6. Summarize the stages of cellular respiration (aerobic) and identify where and how Many ATP are made in each stage. 7. Know where the various cell respiration reactions take place in a cell 8. Identify how many ATP are made during anaerobic and aerobic respiration 9. Explain when an aerobic organism may undergo fermentation 10. Summarize the process of fermentation (2 types) 11. Explain the purpose of fermentation Photosynthesis 1. Identify the parts of a leaf 2. Identify the components of a chloroplast 3. Identify and describe the functions of the different parts of a leaf 4. Identify the main function of the leaf 5. Summarize the photosynthesis equation 6. Identify the components of a chloroplast 7. Does a wavelength of 400 nm or 500 nm have more energy? 8. Explain why it is beneficial for plants to have multiple pigments. 9. Explain the main objective of the light reaction? 10. Where does the light reaction take place? 11. What are inputs and outputs of the light dependent reaction and the Calvin Cycle? 12. Explain the main function of the Calvin Cycle? 13. Where does the Calvin Cycle take place? 14. What is the relationship between the Light Reaction & the Calvin Cycle? 15. The matter found within the plant predominantly comes what from input of photosynthesis?
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