Bellwork 1. What is the independent variable in the experiment? 2. What were some of the variables she controlled 3. Which material was the best at moving heat into the water (best conductor) 4. A Blue flower BB is crossed with a white flower bb. What are the possible
genotypes and phenotypes. 5. Amoebas reproduce asexually, what kind of cell division do they use? 6. How are traits passed from one generation to the next? Florida Benchmark SC.7.L.16.4 Recognize and explore the impact of biotechnology (cloning, genetic engineering,
artificial selection) on the individual, society and the environment. What is biotechnology? Biotechnology is the use and application of science to living things. For thousands of years, humans have been using biotechnology to breed plants and animals, and to ferment foods using bacteria and yeast.
What are some types of biotechnology? Some of the techniques of biotechnology include artificial selection, genetic engineering, and cloning. Artificial Selection the process of selecting and breeding organisms that have certain
desired traits Doesnt change DNA causes certain alleles to become more common in a population Ex corn, dogs http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/harvest/engineer/select.html Genetic engineering
http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/225759 the process in which a piece of DNA is modified for use in research, medicine, agriculture, or industry. Scientists change DNA in an organism, or take DNA from one organism and transfer it to another.
http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/225759 cloning Making an exact copy of another organism or cell Form of asexual reproduction http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/tech/cloning/clickandclone/
How does biotechnology impact our world? Examples of applications of biotechnology: changing the DNA of mosquitoes so they cannot spread malaria cloning an endangered species of animal such as the gaur modifying corn and soybean DNA to make them
resistant to plant-eating insects How does biotechnology impact our world? Biotechnology can impact both our society and our environment. We must weigh risks and rewards when using biotechnology.
Artificial Selection, Genetic Engineering, or cloning? 1. Scientists introduce a gene to the DNA of fish that causes them to glow 2. Scientist gathers DNA from clothing at a crime scene. He makes copies of the DNA to study it 3. Wild Carrots have thin white roots. Over time, farmers have selected carrots with thick orange roots
4. Diabetes is treated with insulin. The gene for producing insulin has been inserted into the DNA of bacteria to produce human insulin Glowing Mosquito DNA from a jellyfish has been introduced to mosquito larva. The mosquito begins to glow. They want to use this same idea to change its DNA so it cant spread Malaria.
1.How might this effect Individuals and Society? 2.How might this effect the environment? Tough Plants Much of the corn grown in the US is genetically engineered. The plants have bacterial genes that make them more resistant to plant eating insects. 1. Effects on individuals and society?
2. Effects on Environment? Bellwork A scientist has produced a gentically engineered apple that resists disease. - what happened to the DNA in these trees? - Give examples of potential benefits to society - Give examples of potential risks to society
Create a Venn Diagram comparing artifical selection and genetic engineering Plant A B C
D Height # Tomatoes Cloning The gaur is an endangered species. In 2001 it was cloned.
The clone died of a bacterial infection 2 days after birth 1.Effects on individuals and society? 2.Effects on Environment? Bellwork 11/22 Read the Biotechnology background information underline the types and
examples in the passage. Then complete questions 1-8 DNA and Biotechnology review http://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/content/ hsp/science/fusion/fl/common/ unit_quiz_9780547522135_/ QuizTemplate_G7_U9.html
Bellwork Dec. 2 1. Describe the steps in DNA 3. replication, use the words new strand, unzips, matching nitrogen bases, identical, adenine,
guanine, thymine, cytosine in your answer. 2. A scientist wants to genetically engineer a disease resistant tomato. What are some of the risks and benefits of using this type of biotechnology?
Exit slip 1. Give the complementary strand for A-T-C-C-G-C-T-T-A 2. Name the 3 types of mutations 3. Name the 3 types of biotechnology Dec. 3rd Eyes of Nye: Cloning video http://www.youtube.com/watch?
Two words to know: Infinitive= basic form of the verb, unconjugated, has the word "to" in front . Ex. "to play" "to watch" Conjugation = changing the verb to agree with a subject. Otherwise, you would be saying things like...
Self-Supervised Relation Learning from the Web Ronen Feldman Data Mining Laboratory Bar-Ilan University, ISRAEL Joint work with Benjamin Rosenfeld Approaches for Building IE Systems Knowledge Engineering Approach Rules are crafted by linguists in cooperation with domain experts. Most of the...
ABG if acidemia. Mouth guard. Bed padding. Suction. Step 4: Prevent subsequent seizures from recurring. 1. MgSO4 - 6g bolus then 2g/hr. 2. Re-bolus 2g if persist. 3. Sodium Pentobarb 250mg IV if persist
Why are sepals and petals called accessory parts? ... What advantage does this root characteristics give the banyan tree over other trees? The roots provide shelter for ground dwelling animals, which carry nutrients to the tree ... Photosynthesis- Bell ringers...
Taylor-Russell tables Utility theory ... be hired Validity coefficient for test correlation of test score with some criterion (e.g., a measure of work quality) Taylor-Russell Tables Taylor & Russell (1939) showed that a selection test is most useful when validity...
Arial Times New Roman Symbol Default Design MathType 5.0 Equation A-Level Maths: Core 3 for Edexcel The inverse trigonometric functions The inverse of the sine function The inverse of the sine function The inverse of the sine function The graph...
Strategy for simplification Simplify relationships between pixels by using a Markov Random Field Strategy: Markov Random Field Assume that given the red pixels, the blue pixel is conditionally independent of the green pixels. ... each patch is one random vector...
Physical Layer Issues and Methods Outline Physical Layer Overview Non-Return to Zero Manchester 4B/5B Physical Layer Data Transfer Signals are placed on wire via transceivers Problem is how to do transmit 0's and 1's (signal encoding) in a robust fashion...
Ready to download the document? Go ahead and hit continue!