Weeks 5 and 6- Objectives Chapter 4-Transmission of Genes from Generation to
Chapter 4 What you should know.
1. How does Mendels discovery apply to human traits?
2. How are genes transmitted from parent to offspring?
3. The difficulties involve
Living organisms are made up of basic microscopic units called cells. Cells are prokaryotic and
eukaryotic, wherein the latter is more complex and contains nuclear material. Plants and animals
are made up of cells and though most of the cell
Objectives for the Final Exam
-Eugenics as an example of the impact a scientific idea can have on society.
-The structure and organization of cells in higher organisms
-Chromosomes as cellular structures that carry genetic information
-The parts of the ce
Chapter 8 Review
Atoms are the building blocks of the universe. All of the elements, both naturally occurring, and artificially manufactured by
scientists are composed of atoms. An atom consists of a massive central nucleus that contains positive
Chapter 2 Review
After several centuries of careful observations, scientists have discovered that the
behavior of objects, both enormous and small, in the universe can be described and predicted by
a series of rulers or principles often referred to as law