Alternative Patterns of Inheritance
In this lesson, students will learn about the different types of inheritance, including co-dominance, sex-linked, and incomplete dominance. The lesson includes a warm-up exercise, a PowerPoint presentation, and
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Slide1Alternative Patterns of Inheritance• Warm-Up • Objective • Powerpoint • Packet/book work – what you don’t finish is HW • Exit Ticket • Name and describe an example of genetic recombination.
Slide2Objective• Students will demonstrate understanding of the different types of inheritance (co- dominance, sex-linked, incomplete dominance) by independently completing a worksheet. • By the end of class today, you will be able to identify and describe codominance, incomplete dominance, and sex-linked inheritance
Slide4Co-Dominance• There are multiple dominant alleles that are both expressed in the phenotype. • If there are multiple Dominant alleles, how would you write that? Aa wouldn’t be enough.
Slide5Incomplete Dominance• Neither allele is dominant, so the heterozygote creates a combined phenotype. • What’s the difference between incomplete dominance and co- dominance?
Slide6Sex-linked• When an allele is on a sex-chromosome. • Hemophilia is x-linked recessive. What does this mean? • Why are men more likely to get hemophilia?
Slide7Exit Ticket• Which type of inheritance is demonstrated by the picture? How can you tell. • 3 sentence limit