Lecture 5: How do cells divide?
Learning objective questions How do cells divide?
What is a somatic cell?
What are the two processes that occur during somatic cell division? What is the
result of these processes?
What are the four phases of mitosis?
Guinea-pig Dihybrid cross
BB = black; Bb = black; bb = white
LL = short hair; Ll = short hair; ll = long hair
Fill out the genotypes of each of the offspring to determine how many of
each type of offspring are produced
Phenotypic ratios - How m
Chi- Square test
There are 556 offspring
315 smooth yellow: 101 smooth green:
108 wrinkled yellow: 32 wrinkled green
What are the expected ratios?
9/16 smooth yellow
3/16 smooth green
3/16 wrinkled yellow
1/16 wrinkled green
Recovering the Romanovs
The Romanov Family: Screen #4
Inheritance of a Sex-linked Disorder
1. Click on the LINKS tab and go to the link for Sex-linked Disorder.
2. Go to the animation and read through each screen of the animation. Y
What does a Food Scientist do?
What kind of jobs are available?
What is the value of Australian Food processing
Explain the difference between unprocessed and processed food
Name 4 major Australian Food Exports
What is a supply chain
How are ou
Lecture 2: Substance moving through the PM
Learning objective questions How do cells move substances across the
What do permeable and impermeable mean?
What does the term selectively permeable mean?
What types of substances is the plasma memb
Lecture 6: Epithelial Tissue
Learning objective questions Epithelial tissue
What is a tissue?
What are the four basic types of tissue in the body?
What is epithelial tissue?
What makes epithelial tissue an excellent protective barrier?
What are the t
Lecture 8: Membranes of the body
Learning objective questions Membranes of the body
What is a membrane?
What are the components of epithelial membranes? How is this different from
What are the three types of epithelial membranes in
Lecture 3: Osmosis and Tonicity
Learning objective questions Osmosis and tonicity?
What is osmosis?
What is hydrostatic pressure?
What is osmotic pressure?
What does tonicity refer to?
What is an isotonic solution?
What is a hypertonic solution?
Lecture 7: Connective Tissue
Learning objective questions Connective tissue
What are the two basic elements of connective tissue?
What are the components of the extracellular matrix?
What are the three types fibres that can be present in connective tis
Lecture 1: Cells and Tissues
Learning objective questions What is the structure and function of the plasma
What are the principal parts of body cells?
What is the fluid mosaic model?
What is the structure of the lipid bilayer?
What are integ
Surface of epithial cells
The apical surface which faces the body cavity, it may contain microvilli or cilia
The lateral surfaces which face the adjacent cells. They contain cell junctions
which connect the cells together
The basal surface which adhere
How is genetic material arranged?
All genetic material is condensed into genes
Genes are sequences of DNA that are used to code for proteins
Genes are arranged in chromosomes (long strands of DNA coiled together with
The complex of
Lecture 4: Components of the cell
Learning objective questions The components of body cells
What are the two main components of the cytoplasm?
What is the function of ribosomes?
Where are ribosomes found?
What is the endoplasmic reticulum?
What are t
The mucus produced by goblet cells is secreted into