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seventh Grade Science Unit 2 : Life Science http://science.howstuffworks.com/creature camouflage2.htm http://www.1biology.50megs.com/anteriorskeleton.htm http://www.ucfv.bc.ca/science/terry/111/mendel3.jpg © Fall 2005, Pflugerville ISD, seventh Grade

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Unit 2: Life Science Chapter 9: Introduction to the Human Body Section 1: Body Organization Section 2-4: Body System Interactions Unit 2 : Chapters 7,8,9,10,14

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Unit : 2 Life Science Chapter 10: Mendel and Heredity Section 1: Mendel and His Peas Section 2: Introducing Meiosis Section 3: Evolution Chapter 14: Animals and Behavior Section 1: What is an Animal? Area 2: Animal Behavior Section 3: Living Together Unit 2 : Chapters 7,8,9,10,14

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Introduction to the Human Body What Do You Think? Why is water a critical piece of homeostasis? Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 1

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Introduction to the Human Body Remember from Chapter 8 that homeostasis is the bodies method for having a stable inner environment. All together for the greater part of the frameworks of our body to cooperate, we must look after homeostasis. Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 1

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Let’s Review! 1 - Describe how bones assist your with bodying keep up a stable inner condition while you live in a changing outside environment. http://rds.yahoo.com/S=96062883/K=skeletal+system/v=2/SID=e/l=IVR/SIG=11sghop8u/EXP=1130873051/*-http%3A//www.fihm.com/html/syl/syl_10.html Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 1

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Answer Bone bolster your body, store and discharge minerals, and empower your muscles to move the body. A few bones likewise make platelets. These things help look after homeostasis. Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 1

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Introduction to the Human Body Systems of the Body and their Functions Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 1

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Introduction to the Human Body Systems of the Body and their Functions Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 1

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Introduction to the Human Body Systems of the Body and their Functions Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 1

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Interactions of the Human Body Websites to visit: An intelligent voyage through the body\'s majority frameworks. Intuitive Human Body Kids Health: "My body" Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 1

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Introduction to the Human Body Your bones are machines! You may not consider bones straightforward machines, but rather they are. What straightforward machines would your bones go about as? Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 2-4

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Introduction to the Human Body Bones capacity as levers! Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 2-4

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Introduction to the Human Body What Do You Think? How do our organ frameworks cooperate? Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 2-4

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Introduction to the Human Body How are organ frameworks interrelated? The greater part of the organ frameworks depend on one another for our entire body to work. Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 2-4

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Introduction to the Human Body How are organ frameworks interrelated? A case is that your solid framework needs your skeletal framework , so it will have unresolved issues the muscles. On the off chance that we didn\'t have issues that remains to be worked out up our muscles, we would be a major blob on the ground! Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 2-4

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Introduction to the Human Body How are organ frameworks interrelated? Our cardiovascular framework depends on the respiratory framework to oxygenate the blood. The majority of our frameworks depend on the integumentary framework to hold our organs set up. Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 2-4

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Introduction to the Human Body As a gathering at you\'re table. Depict in your notes how each of these frameworks depend on one another. The cardiovascular and sensory system. The digestive and solid framework. The skeletal and sensory system. The urinary and strong framework. The respiratory and sensory system. Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 2-4

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Let’s Review 1 - Why would the solid framework require the skeletal framework? Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 2-4

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Introduction to the Human Body The muscles require the issues that remains to be worked out them hold up. Without the bones, our muscles would be a major blob on the ground! Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 2-4

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Introduction to the Human Body Pre-AP Website http://www.texashste.com/html/APHS.HTM Unit 2 : Chapter 9 : Section 2-4

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Mendel and His Peas What Do You Think? Some of your science class has chestnut eyes, some blue eyes, some hazel eyes. Where do individuals get these distinctive attributes? Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas Vocabulary Chapter 10 Heredity - the death of qualities from guardian to posterity. Self-fertilize - A plant is regularly ready to fertilize independent from anyone else on the grounds that it contains both the male and female regenerative structures. This just obliges 1 guardian. Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas 3. Genuine reproducing - the posterity\'s majority will have the same quality as the guardian when self-pollinated First-era - the first arrangement of posterity from two folks Dominant attribute - the quality watched when no less than one prevailing allele for a trademark is acquired Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas 6. Passive attribute - a quality that is evident just when two passive alleles for the same trademark are acquired Genes - a fragment of DNA that conveys innate guidelines and is gone from guardian to posterity Alleles - various types of the same quality Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas Genotype - a life forms acquired mix of alleles 10. Phenotype - a life forms acquired appearance Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas Gregor Mendel Gregor Mendel, conceived in 1822, is named the “Father of Genetics”. http://www.pitt.edu/~biohome/Dept/Frame/pisumprize.htm Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas Gregor Mendel started doing tests with greenery enclosure peas. He examined the seeds\' state, how tall the plants developed to be, and in addition the blooms\' shade delivered. http://www.fieldmuseum.org/shows/traveling_mendel.htm Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas Gregor Mendel crossed blooms that were genuine rearing for every trademark. He crossed a purple blossomed plant with a white bloomed plant. http://biology.kenyon.edu/courses/biol114/KH_lecture_images/Mendel/Mendel.html Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas Purple Parent Gregor Mendel He made an original of plants that all had purple blossoms. Where did the white shading go?? White Parent Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas Purple Parent Mendel took two of his four original purple bloomed plants and crossed them together. He then got three purple plants, and one white bloomed plant. Purple Parent Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas Gregor Mendel saw in the original, the greater part of the white blossoms appeared to vanish. He called this a passive quality . The white shading blurred out of spotlight at first. It then appeared go down as he pollinated the blooms once more. Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas Gregor Mendel The shading (purple) that appeared to cover over the latent shading was named the overwhelming characteristic . Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas Gregor Mendel was in charge of making sense of that every plant conveyed two arrangements of directions for every trademark (one from the “ mother ” and one from the “ father ”). In the same way as other researchers, his work was not acknowledged until after his passing. Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Let’s Review -1 - 1. On the off chance that you crossed a genuine reproducing dark rabbit with a genuine rearing white rabbit, the posterity\'s majority would be dark. Which quality is overwhelming in rabbits: dark hide or white hide? 2. Which attribute is latent? Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Answer Black Rabbit The quality for dark hide is overwhelming over the characteristic for white hide. The white hide quality is passive. White Rabbit http://www.buckeyevalleyfarms.freeservers.com/photo.html Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 1

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Mendel and His Peas What Do You Think? What is the distinction between sexual generation and abiogenetic propagation? Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 2

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Mendel and His Peas Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 2

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Let’s Review! - 1 - Which sort of multiplication results in posterity that are unique in relation to the folks sexual or abiogenetic proliferation? Clarify why. Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 2

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Answer Sexual multiplication results in posterity that are not quite the same as the folks. In sexual multiplication, two guardian cells join together to frame another person who has his or her own particular blend of qualities. Unit 2 : Chapter 10 : Section 2

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Mendel and His Peas What Do You Think? How do transformations identify with DNA and hereditary qualities? Unit 2 :Chapter 10 : Section 3

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Mendel and His Peas Evolution Many researchers trust that adjustments in the plants and creature species on earth can be clarified by development. The hypothesis of advancement is the procedure by which populaces amass acquired changes after some time. Unit 2 :Chapter 10 : Section 3

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Mendel and His Peas Mutations and Natural Selection According to the hypothesis of development, two procedures are important for populaces to change after some time. These are transformations and characteristic choice . Unit 2 :Chapter 10 : Section 3

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Mendel and His Peas Mutations all together for a populace to change, qualities must have the capacity to change. Qualities are made of DNA. DNA is made of 4 sections, called nucleotides. Unit 2 :Chapter 10 : Section 3

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Mendel and His Peas Mutations cont… The nucleotide

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