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Work Program - Unit 4

The work program outlines our schedule for Unit 4 Biology. Please complete all suggested Key Questions and Chapter Re iew Questions. !ot all worksheets and practical acti ities will "e completed. #$C%s are listed in the week they are due to occur and list a topic outline from the study design. Area of Study 1: Heredity Outcome: Analyse evidence for the molecular basis of heredity, and patterns of inheritance.
Week number T& 'k( Textbook cha ter and !ection )*.) )*.& "ey idea! +enes and ,!$- genome- ,!$ replication +ene e2pression/transcription and translation- genetic code +ene regulation Work!heet! '# &(. Counting characteristics/ ariation in a group '# &1. + e n e t i c dictionary/reading the code '# &5. 6olecular genetics #ue!tion! from textbook KQ )01 KQ 30)4 Practica$ Acti%itie! & A!!e!!ment Ta!k! Practica$ Acti%itie! $cti ity )). ,!$ distillery/e2tracting ,!$ A!!e!!ment Ta!k!

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KQ )50)1

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6olecular tools and techni7ues/ restriction en8ymes- gel electrophoresis#outhern "lot- PCR- ,!$ se7uencing ,!$ profiling- sol ing crimesdetermining relationships/applications +ene cloning- recom"inant ,!$ technology/applications

'# &9. PCR/a gene amplification technology

Activity 4.5: Genes in actioneffects of genetic differences in pea seeds Heinemann Biology Chapter Re iew Q)0)& Activity !anual KQ )0(

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KQ 10)*

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'# &3. +TT/genetic tools and technologies

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Activity 4.4: "igers and devilsa discussion of cloning Heinemann Biology Activity !anual

Chapter Re iew Q )03)&

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Textbook cha ter and !ection )&.) )&.&

"ey idea! Cell cycle- mitosis 6eiosis/stages- crossing;o er

Work!heet!

#ue!tion! from textbook KQ )01

Acti%itie!

A!!e!!ment ta!k! 'SA( item!)

'# 4). 6odelling mitosis KQ 30)* < meiosis

$cti ity )4. 6ar ellous meiosis 0 a mi2ture of gametes Activity 4.#: $ivision for gametesmeiosis: cell division for reproduction Heinemann Biology Activity !anual
Outcome 1 Analyse evidence for the molecular basis of heredity, and patterns of inheritance. SAC1. An investigation or simulation related to mitosis and/or meiosis.

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=rrors in meiosis/non;dis>unctionpolyploidy +enes and de elopment/homeotic genescell death ?ariation- inherited traits- karyotypes- se2 determination 6utations/types- effects +erm line mutations- somatic mutations @dentifying mutations- spontaneous and induced mutations- mutagens +enotype and phenotype ,ominance and recessi eness- complete and incomplete dominance- codominancemultiple alleles =n ironment and phenotype '# 4&. True or falseA/karyotypesalleles and mutations '# 4*. Cell reproduction '# 44. Counting on karyotypes/ chromosomal diagnoses

KQ ))0)4 KQ )40)1

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Chapter Re iew Q )0)1 KQ )05 Activity 4.%: &o t'o the sameanalysis of human variation using fingerprints KQ (0)) Heinemann Biology Activity !anual KQ )&- )4 KQ )40)9 Chapter Re iew Q )03 KQ )0( KQ 10)4 Activity 4.(: Gro'ing up in the hills environmental influences on phenotype Heinemann Biology Activity !anual

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Textbook cha ter and !ection )4.4 )4.5

"ey idea! 6onohy"rid crosses ,ihy"rid crosses

Work!heet!

#ue!tion! from textbook KQ )30&)

Acti%itie!

A!!e!!ment ta!k! 'SA( item!)

'# 45. 6endel%s spin on meiosis/6endel%s Principles '# 44. +enotypephenotype and crosses

KQ &&0&5

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Testcrosses

KQ &(0&3 Chapter Re iew Q )03

Activity 4.)*: +ne gene or t'osimple patterns of genetic inheritance Heinemann Biology Activity !anual

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Binked genes and recom"ination- gene mapping

KQ )04

Activity 4.)): ,oined genesinvestigation of inheritance patterns 'hen genes are lin-ed Heinemann Biology Activity !anual

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#e2;linked inheritance Pedigree analysis- stud "ooks Continuous and discontinuous ariationpolygenic inheritance

'# 41. Pu88ling Pedigrees 0 family histories '# 4(. Binkage and pedigrees

KQ 509 KQ )*0)4 KQ )50)3 $cti ity )&. +enetic pedigrees


Outcome 1 #$C&. $n investigation related to a genetic cross

T4 'k 4

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+enetic diseases- epidemiology

KQ )9- &* Chapter Re iew Q )0)4

Chapters )*0)5

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Area of Study *: (hange o%er time Outcome: Analyse and evaluate evidence for evolutionary change and evolutionary relationships, and describe mechanisms for change including the effect of human intervention on
evolutionary processes through selective breeding and applications of biotechnology. Week number T4 '4 Textbook cha ter and !ection )(.) )(.& "ey idea! Cossils- fossil formation ,ating fossils- relati eDa"solutestratigraphy- indicator fossils- radiometric dating +eological timescale '# 49. #napshots in time/change on a grand scale '# 43. = idence from the past Work!heet! #ue!tion! from textbook KQ )0( KQ 10)* Acti%itie! A!!e!!ment ta!k! 'SA( item!)

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KQ ))0)4

Activity 4.)5: $igging up the past fossils and evolution Heinemann Biology Activity !anual

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Biogeography- +ondwana- continental drift

KQ )40)9 Chapter Re iew Q &0)4

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Comparati e anatomy- homologousD analogous structures- comparati e em"ryology- phylogenetic trees +enetic linkage groups 6olecular e idence/proteins- ,!$ hy"ridisation

'# 4). Eomologous hands/comparati e anatomy

KQ )0(

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KQ 1- 3 '# 4*. = idence of e olution from anatomy and molecules KQ 90)4

$cti ity )(. 6atching marsupials/ similarities and differences "etween species

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Textbook cha ter and !ection )1.4 )1.5

"ey idea! ,!$/se7uencing- mitochondrial ,!$chloroplast ,!$- nuclear ,!$ $ncient FfossilG ,!$- molecular clocks = olution/genetic change o er timeariation- modern theory of e olution #election- "iological fitness- natural and artificial selection- de elopment of theories of e olution #election in action/case studies- selection pressures- relati e fitness- changing allele fre7uencies +ene flow- genetic drift- founder effect

Work!heet!

#ue!tion! from textbook KQ )40)3 KQ )9- &*

Acti%itie!

A!!e!!ment ta!k! 'SA( item!)

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Chapter Re iew Q )0)& KQ )04 Activity 4.).: /Battling beetles0 and bustards simulating natural KQ 50)* selection Heinemann Biology Activity !anual '# 44. #uper"ugs/a modern tragedy in natural selection '# 4&. Population change KQ ))- )& $cti ity )1. ,esira"le disad antages/ selection in small populations Activity 4. *: 1iving in isolationthe founder principle and genetic drift Heinemann Biology

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Outcome 1 #$C4. $n investigation using a DNA tool or manipulation Techni ue This SAC tas! "ill be underta!en at #TAC in $elbourne

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Chapter Re iew Q )0)4 Activity !anual

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Textbook cha ter and !ection )9.)

"ey idea! ,i ergent- con ergent- parallel e olution $dapti e radiation

Work!heet! '# 45. $dapti e radiation/,arwin%s finches

#ue!tion! from textbook KQ )04

Acti%itie!

A!!e!!ment ta!k! 'SA( item!)


Outcome 2 Analyse and evaluate evidence for evolutionary change and evolutionary relationships, and describe mechanisms for change including the effect of human intervention on evolutionary processes through selective breeding and applications of biotechnology. SAC1. An oral or a "ritten report that demonstrates evolutionary relationships using first or second hand data.

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+eographic ariation- races #peciation- models and processes of speciation Reproducti e isolation/mechanismse2tinction '# 44. The truth of the matter/patterns in e olution

KQ 40( KQ 10)4 KQ )40)3

Activity 4. : $iversity or bustgenetic diversity and e2tinction Heinemann Biology Activity !anual Activity 4.#: 1ucy and her friendhuman evolution Heinemann Biology Activity !anual

Chapter Re iew Q )09 T4 'k 9 &*.) &*.& &*.4 Euman e olution- e idence of relationships- features of humans Eominin e olution- hominid generafeatures = olution of modern humans- phylogeny of races- theories of human e olution '# 41. Homo hobbit the lost tri"e of Clores KQ )04 KQ 50)) KQ )&0)5

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Textbook cha ter and !ection &*.4 &*.5

"ey idea! =arly $ustralians Euman inter entions in e olution/ anti"iotics and resistant "acteria- selecti e "reeding- reproducti e technologies- gene therapy- gene technologies- ethical issues

Work!heet!

#ue!tion! from textbook KQ )(0&* KQ &)0&5

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A!!e!!ment ta!k! 'SA( item!)


Outcome 2 SAC%. A response to an issue related to human intervention in evolutionary processes using any one or a combination of the follo"ing& ' evaluation of research ' data analysis ' essay ' annotated poster ' media response ' oral presentation using t"o or more data types ' multimedia presentation ' test

'# 43. Cluorofish/a contro ersial application of gene transformation '# 4(. Euman e olution and inter entions Chapters )(0&* T4 $rea of #tudy Re iew

Chapter Re iew Q )0)4

Re ision and e2am preparation

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