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Name:___________________________
Agenda Week of 7 Jan – 11 Jan 2008
Class website: www.marric.us/teaching
Unit 4 Genetics-Heredity Exam 2/5/08
Monday 1/7/08
- Unit 4 Overview
- Genetics and Vocabulary
- Video Clip
HW: Overview vocabulary 1-20 due 1/15
Tuesday 1/8/08 (LEAP 2:30-3:30)
- Chapter 9 Lecture Summary
HW: Overview vocabulary 1-20 due 1/15
Wednesday 1/9/08 –Late Start
- Read along Ch. 9
- Sci Notebook/vocab
HW: Chapter 9 Sci Notebook due 1/10-11
Thursday 1/10/08 – Block Day
- Mitosis vs Meiosis
- Collect Chapter 9 Sci Notebook
HW: Overview vocabulary 1-20 due 1/15;
study for Unit4 Quiz 1
Friday 1/11/08 – Block Day
- Mitosis vs Meiosis
- Collect Chapter 9 Sci Notebook
HW: Overview vocabulary 1-20 due 1/15;
study for Unit4 Quiz 1
Parents/Guardian –
 I have reviewed my child’s activities
and homework for the week of
1/7/08 – 1/11/08.
 I understand that is important for
me to make sure that my child
is studying to be prepared for
the Quiz on 1/15/08 and has
completed all assignments this
week.

Date: ____________Period:_____
Unit 4 Quiz 1 Jan 15
1. How are mature human sperm and eggs
similar?
2. Female gametes are called __________.
3. The cell that results from fertilization is
called a ______________
4. How many chromosomes are there in a human
gamete?
5. Each egg and sperm cell contains a haploid
number of chromosomes. After fertilization, a
zygote is formed having a ___________ number
of chromosomes.
6. A developing heart increases in size through
the process of _____________.
7. Sex cells are also called_______________.
Vocabulary words:
Allele
Asexual reproduction
Diploid
Sexual reproduction
Haploid
Gamete
Egg
Chromosome
Embryo
Gene
I understand if my child needs to retake a quiz that the original quiz with corrected
answers that has been signed by a parent must be brought to class at the time of the
quiz retake and quiz retakes occur on Tuesdays either at lunch or after school.
Parent/Guardian Printed Name
Signature
Date
Bell Ringers: Week of 7 Jan – 11 Jan 2008
Monday – What is the Central Dogma?
Tuesday - The typical human body cell contains 46 chromosomes. How many chromosomes are found
in a typical human sperm cell and a human egg cell?
Explain.
Wednesday –
One step in a single eukaryotic cell becoming two daughter cells is the process of __________.
a. mitosis
b. meiosis
c. replication
d. cloning
Explain.
Thursday/Friday
Living things grow because _____ .
a. their cells get bigger over time
b. they produce more and more cells
c. the amount of material entering the cells is greater than the amount that leave the cell
d. their cell’s surface area and volume increases
Explain.
Name:_______________________________ Date:____________________ Period:______
Unit 4 Quiz 1 Nov 13 (20 points questions 1-20)
1. One step in a single eukaryotic cell becoming two daughter cells is the process of __________.
a. mitosis
b. meiosis
c. replication
d. cloning
2. The typical human body cell contains 46 chromosomes. How many chromosomes are found in a
typical human sperm cell and a human egg cell?
3. How are mature human sperm and eggs similar?
4. Female gametes are called _________.
5. The cell that results from fertilization is called a ______________
6. How many chromosomes are there in a human gamete? _______________
7. Each egg and sperm cell contains a haploid number of chromosomes. After fertilization, a zygote
is formed having a ___________ number of chromosomes.
8. A developing heart increases in size through the process of _____________.
9. Sex cells are also called_______________.
10. Living things grow because _______ .
a. their cells get bigger over time
b. they produce more and more cells
c. the amount of material entering the cells is greater than the amount that leave the cell
d. their cell’s surface area and volume increases
Extra Credit
Vocabulary words Matching (11 – 20):
_____Allele
A. Long pieces of DNA found in the center (nucleus) of eukaryotic
cells
_____Asexual reproduction
B. Early stages of growth and differentiation characterized by
rapid cell division and the formation of organ systems
_____Diploid
C. Reproduction that requires two parents
_____Sexual reproduction
D. A female gamete with one copy of each chromosome
_____Haploid
E. A segment of DNA that codes for a particular trait
_____Sperm
F. Reproduction that requires only one parent – mitosis only
_____Egg
G. A male gamete with one copy of each chromosome
_____Chromosome
H. A set of chromosomes containing only one member of each
chromosome pair
_____Embryo
I. An alternate form of a gene for one trait
_____Gene
J. A set of chromosomes containing both members of each
chromosome pair