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Genetics Summative Assessment (Thursday, May 7th , 2104)
Important Vocabulary:
Phenotype genotype
chromosome gene
genetic disorder
Asexual reproduction
incomplete dominance
sexual reproduction
Important Concepts:
 Know how to complete Punnett squares to find percentages of organisms with
certain traits (NB Pg. 13-16 & HW)
 Know how to determine organisms genotype and phenotype using Punnett Squares
and gene keys (NB Pg.16 & Smiley Activity)
 Know how many chromosomes you have in your body cells and how many they
inherited from each parent (NB Pg. 14 & 15)
 Understand the difference between sexual and asexual reproduction and the
advantages of each (NB Pg. 3-5)
 Know what the symbols stand for in a pedigree and be able to use a pedigree and
answer what the dominant or recessive genes (genotype) are for individuals of the
family (NB Pg. 18-20 & HW)
 Understand what percentage of the offspring will be a male or female each time a
child is born (NB Pg. 14 & 15 & Q of D)
 Have a clear understanding of the difference between dominant and recessive
alleles and the behavior of each (NB Pg. 6, 11 & 16)
 Understand ways in which someone can get a genetic disorder, the pros and cons
to finding out if you have a genetic disorder and know some details about genetic
disorders we discussed (NB Pg. 8, 12 & 21)