Posted by: mrborden | March 1, 2015

Week 26 Genetic probabilities


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March 2 2015
QFD; beware the ides of March …Shakespeare
WRITE THIS DOWN p2 + 2pq + q2= 1 or p + q = 1
Essential Question of the Day: if there are 4 people out a 100 that are homozygous recessive for blue eyes at Rmhs what are the frequency of homozygous brown eyes and the frequency of heterogous brown eyes ?
Weeks 26 learning objective : LS2.A: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems

Ecosystems have carrying capacities, which are limits to the numbers of organisms and populations they can support. These limits result from such factors as the availability of living and nonliving resources and from such challenges such as predation, competition, and disease. Organisms would have the capacity to produce populations of great size were it not for the fact that environments and resources are finite. This fundamental tension affects the abundance (number of individuals) of species in any given ecosystem.
Today’s performace objective : understand the mathematical probabilities if dominant alleles but examining hardy Weinberg principles


1) notes on variation and allele frequency
*** honors work
March 3 2015
QFD; how can the hardy Weinberg principle be studied at Rmhs ?
Essential Question of the Day: spring is here lots of cheer
Weeks 26 learning objective : LS2.A: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems

Ecosystems have carrying capacities, which are limits to the numbers of organisms and populations they can support. These limits result from such factors as the availability of living and nonliving resources and from such challenges such as predation, competition, and disease. Organisms would have the capacity to produce populations of great size were it not for the fact that environments and resources are finite. This fundamental tension affects the abundance (number of individuals) of species in any given ecosystem.
Today’s performace objective :
Answer correctly 3/3 hardy Weinberg problems
Worksheet
1) website to go through hardy Weinberg steps and problems
2) hardy Weinberg website 1
March 4 2015
QFD; I’m tired of ignoring that I march to a different beat. Charlie sheen
Essential Question of the Day: why are allele frequencies important to determine the direction of a populations growth ?
Weeks 26 learning objective : LS2.A: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems

Ecosystems have carrying capacities, which are limits to the numbers of organisms and populations they can support. These limits result from such factors as the availability of living and nonliving resources and from such challyenges such as predation, competition, and disease. Organisms would have the capacity to produce populations of great size were it not for the fact that environments and resources are finite. This fundamental tension affects the abundance (number of individuals) of species in any given ecosystem.
Today’s performace objective : to determine the outcomes of random mating
1) Google classroom assignment
2) pick an allele to study .. Freaky genes
3) weird mutations
March 5 2015
QFD; One swallow does not make a summer, but one skein of geese, cleaving the murk of March thaw, is the Spring.
Essential Question of the Day:
Weeks 26 learning objective : LS2.A: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems

Ecosystems have carrying capacities, which are limits to the numbers of organisms and populations they can support. These limits result from such factors as the availability of living and nonliving resources and from such challenges such as predation, competition, and disease. Organisms would have the capacity to produce populations of great size were it not for the fact that environments and resources are finite. This fundamental tension affects the abundance (number of individuals) of species in any given ecosystem.
Today’s performace objective : to determine the outcomes of random matings and frequencies of the population
1) questions for class assigned HW

March 6 2015
QFD;
Essential Question of the Day:
Weeks 26 learning objective : LS2.A: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems

Ecosystems have carrying capacities, which are limits to the numbers of organisms and populations they can support. These limits result from such factors as the availability of living and nonliving resources and from such challenges such as predation, competition, and disease. Organisms would have the capacity to produce populations of great size were it not for the fact that environments and resources are finite. This fundamental tension affects the abundance (number of individuals) of species in any given ecosystem.
Today’s performace objective : to determine the phenotype of an individual from the genotype
1) mating game

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Responses

  1. i wasnt at school today. whatd we do in class and 4 hmwk

    • Look at site and write down the formula into your notebook, under worksheet link , print out assignment or try to figure the answers out… Then come to school and I will help you

      • wohh u lost me at look at the site..can u just help me tomorrow
        It is spelled whoa and yes of course


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