Download CB4 – Natural Selection and GM

yes no Was this document useful for you?
   Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the workof artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Document related concepts

Gene expression programming wikipedia , lookup

Deoxyribozyme wikipedia , lookup

Human genetic variation wikipedia , lookup

Genome (book) wikipedia , lookup

Site-specific recombinase technology wikipedia , lookup

Philopatry wikipedia , lookup

Artificial gene synthesis wikipedia , lookup

Dual inheritance theory wikipedia , lookup

Adaptive evolution in the human genome wikipedia , lookup

Polymorphism (biology) wikipedia , lookup

Group selection wikipedia , lookup

Designer baby wikipedia , lookup

Koinophilia wikipedia , lookup

Genetic engineering wikipedia , lookup

History of genetic engineering wikipedia , lookup

Population genetics wikipedia , lookup

Selective breeding wikipedia , lookup

Microevolution wikipedia , lookup

CB4 – Natural Selection & Genetic Modification (p32-38)
Selective Breeding (p36)
Darwin’s Theory of Evolution (p32-34)
How is selective breeding carried out?
1. Decide which ______________are important
2. Choose _____________ that show these characteristics
3. Select the best ____________ from parents to breed the next
4. Repeat the process over many ___________
What is natural selection? (list 4 bullet points)
What is evolution?
Name an advantage and a disadvantage of selective breeding:
How do stone tools provide evidence for human evolution?
How does natural selection lead to evolution?
How is Darwin’s theory supported by evidence?
Classification (p35)
Using ‘lion’ as the species, provide an example of each
classification stage:
Genetic Engineering (higher only) - (p37)
Fill in the gaps….
1. DNA ___________ from desired cell.
2. E_________ cut out desired gene
1. What are
the three
large groups
of domains?
2. What are
the five
groups in a
3. Gene inserted into
bacteria’s ___________
4. Bacteria r_________ and a large
number of bacteria has the new