Bone tissue is broken down by bone cells called _Osteeo clast___.
Which is a type of movable joint? Pivot, ball and socket, hinge, and gliding
Know the functions of the skeletal system? Support and Protection, stores minerals such as calciumand phosphorus, gives shape and support
Skeletal muscles always work in pairs
The cardiac and skeletal muscles are striated and the smooth muscle is not.
Hardening minerals are deposited in bone tissue by bone-forming cells called osteoblasts.
When you bend your arm, one of a pair of muscles relaxes, while the other contracts.
The three types of muscle in your body are:skeletal, smooth and cardiac
The joints in your skull and pelvis are immovable.
More than 600 muscles make movement possible.
muscles that you control-voluntary
involuntary muscles with striations in your heart-cardiac
thick bands of tissue that attach muscles to bones-tendon
muscles that look striped and are used to move bones-skeletal
involuntary muscles that have no striations-smooth
muscles that you can’t control consciously-invountary
organ that contracts and relaxes-muscle
substance that produces red and white blood cells inside bones-marrow
joint that allows range of movement movable
tough band of tissue that holds bones together-ligament
all the bones that make up a skeleton-skeletal system
where two or more bones meet-joint
tight-fitting membrane that makes up outer covering of bone-periosteum
joint that allows little or no motion-immovable
flexible tissue without blood cells that cushions ends of bones-cartilage
You take a bite of your hamburger, chew it, and swallow it. Are the muscles involved in these specific actions voluntary or involuntary? voluntary, because you are in control of the actions
Identify and describe the kind of movable joint in your fingers? hinge joints; they move back and forth
What is the function of skeletal muscles? to move body parts
What kind of joint attaches your arm and shoulder? Ball and socket
Describe how muscles work in pairs. One contracts and the other relaxes..EX: bicep and tricep
What is the purpose of the ribs and skull? Protect internal organs-ribs protect heart and lungs and skull protects brain
Why are the muscles that move food through your digestive track called involuntary muscles? You can’t control them consciously
How is cardiac muscle like skeletal muscle and how is it like smooth muscle? It is striated like skeletal muscle and involuntary like smooth muscle
What causes muscles to become larger or smaller? their level of use; muscles that do a lot of work become larger, while muscles that are not exercised become smaller.
In Figure 17-1, which letter indicates the fulcrum? D
Describe how a lever works. A rod or plank that pivots around a point or fulcrum
In Figure 17-2, which letter represents a muscle contracting?A
In Figure 17-2, which letter represents a muscle relaxing?B
Describe the action of the muscles in Figure 17-2 when the lower arm moves downward. The muscles will relax and return to their original length
What are the five functions of the skeletal system? give shape and support to the body; protects internal organs; attaches to bones to help them move; forms blood cells in the marrow; stores calcium and phosphorous compounds
Make sure and study all bones and muscles!!!
**Skeletal System Notes & Diagram
**Muscular System Notes & Diagram
Cells that make up bone:
Osteoclast—cells that break down bone
Osteoblast—bone forming cells
For more info. on human body levers read pg. 505 & 506.
Label the 3 types of muscle tissue pictured on the right.
Be able to label muscles and bones.
1. A Punnett square shows you all the ways in which ____ can combine. ALLELES
2. Blood type in humans is controlled by ____ alleles. How many? 3-A, B, O
3. Mendel called plants that received different alleles for a trait from each parent ____. HYBRIDS OR HETERZYGOUS
4. Give an example of a recessive genetic disorder. CYSTIC FIBROSIS
5. In a Punnett square, a capital letter stands for a ____ allele.DOMINANT
6. What are the 4 blood phenotypes? A, AB, B, O
7. Give example of homozygous recessive genotype, homozygous dominant genotype, heterozygous. Use the letter A.
aa, AA, Aa
8. A yellow pea plant (Yy) and a green pea plant (yy) could produce ________2____________ green offspring.
9. Through genetic engineering, scientists are experimenting with methods to change the arrangement of ___DNA________ in a gene.
10. A human baby has two X chromosomes. Its sex is __female__________________.
11. A(n) _pedigree___________________ is a visual tool for following a trait through generations of a family.
12. A useful segment of DNA is inserted into a bacterium to make __recombinant DNA__________________.
13. Every sex cell has _one______ allele(s) for each trait.
14. The father of genetics is an Austrian monk named ___Gregor Mendel_________________.
15. Purebred dogs often show variations in coat color. This is an example of ___incomplete____ dominance in genetics.
16. organisms with two different alleles for a trait-heterozygous
17. when an intermediate form is expressed in offspring-incomplete dominance
18. when more than two alleles control a trait-multiple alleles
19. physical appearance of an organism-phenotype
20. helps determine the chance that something will occur-probability
21. when a group of gene pairs act together-polygenic inheritance
22. genetic makeup of an organism-genotype
23. tool for tracing a trait through a family-pedigree
24. a genetics tool that uses letters to represent dominant and recessive alleles-punnett square
25. a factor that seems to disappear-recessive
26. when there are two alleles that are exactly the same-homozygous
27. a factor that covers up another factor-dominant
28. the different forms a gene has for a trait-alleles
29. passing on of traits from parents to offspring-heredity
30. study of heredity-genetics
31. Write a pedigree for a family (parents and four children) in which one girl and one boy are color-blind while one boy and one girl are not…will go over in class
32. If two people are heterozygous for cystic fibrosis, what are the chances that their children will have the disease? 25%
33. Suppose you crossed a heterozygous yellow pea plant (Yy) with a homozygous green pea plant (yy). What are the possible genotypes and phenotypes of the offspring? Use the Punnett square in Figure 13-1 to compute your answers.
34. The pedigree shown in Figure 13-2 shows the inheritance pattern in one family for color-blindness. How is this disease inherited? It is inherited on the X chromosome.
35. A family has four children, two girls and two boys. One girl and one boy are color-blind. Are their parents color-blind? The father is colorblind the mother is a carrier
36. Is it more common for girls or boys to be color-blind?
Boys-colorblindness is linked to the X chromosome and boys only have one x chromosome.
37. Why would it be important some day for scientists to be able to correct damaged genes in babies before they are born? To cure genetic disorders
38. Parents of children with cystic fibrosis often spend time pounding them on their backs as part of their therapy. Why do they do this? To break up the mucus in their lungs so they can breathe more easily.
39. Offspring with homozygous alleles received how many alleles from each parent?
One from mom and one from dad.
40. What possible genotypes will the offspring have if the parents’ blood types are O and AB?
AO or BO genotypes
41. Describe the advantage of genetically engineered tomatoes.
They can be picked green and transported great distances before they ripen completely, so that they are ripe when at the market for purchase.
42. Name one disease that is already being treated by use of recombinant DNA, a method of genetic engineering.
43. Name at least three traits that are a result of polygenic inheritance.
human height, human eye color, human skin color, human hair color, grain color in wheat, milk production in cows, egg production in chickens
44. How can a Punnett square predict results of crossbreeding in peas?
The Punnett square shows all the possible ways in which alleles for a particular trait can be combined.
45. You are looking at four tall pea plants. What are their phenotypes and genotypes?
The phenotypes are tall. You cannot tell the genotype by looking alone; it could be Tt or TT.
46. How many crosses of red and white four-o’clock flowers would you need to find out all of the possible phenotypes for color of flowers?
You would need two. The first cross would be red with white. The second would be to cross pink with pink offspring. This would give you red, white, and pink phenotypes.
47. What is selective breeding?
Selecting plants or animals with the most desired traits to breed for the next generation
48. What did Mendel do that made his predictions so accurate?
Mendel worked with large numbers of plants, concentrated on one trait at a time, and kept a record of the results until a pattern began to emerge (the 3:1 ratio).
49. What is gene therapy?
A normal allele is placed into a virus, which delivers it when it infects its target cell.