Why do we have… Cell Discovery Robert Hooke Schleiden and Schwann’s Cell Theory Anton von Leeuwenhook Cell Division Somatic vs. Sex Cells Mitosis Meiosis http://www.biology.arizona.edu/cell_bio/tutorials/cell_cycle/cells3.html Replication Structure of DNA Nucleotides (Guanine, Adenine, Thymine, and Cytosine) Replication Transcription Translation Genetics & Heredity Gregor Mendel “Father of Genetics” Laws of gentics Punnett’s Square Genetic Diseases Tay-sach’s Sickle-cell anemia Down syndrome & Klinefelter’s Syndrome Cystic fibrosis Learned Objectives Students will be able to describe the roles of scientists who played roles in cell discovery Students will be able to distinguish between mitosis and meiosis as well as the 4 stages of PMAT Students will be able to calculate data from Punnett’s squares and determine probabilities of inheritance Students will identify multiple genetic diseases and how they impact our society State Standards – Identifying scientist who contributed to the Cell Theory – Defining important genetic terms (homozygous, dominant, etc) – Calculating genotypic and phenotypic percentages and ratios using a Punnett’s Square – Explaining relationships among DNA, genes & chromosomes – Relating genetic disorders and diseases to patterns of genetic inheritance Essential Question Where do we find cells? Unit Questions What is made of cells? What do cells look like? How do cells differ in structure and function? How long can cells survive? Why are living things made of cells? Content Questions What is the difference between plant and animal cells? How long does it take a cell to divide? What problems can occur in a cell? What are the four steps of cell division?