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Unit 4 Mastery Analysis

Use the table below to analyze your mastery (80%) of Unit 4. Questions 1-6 are GLE 1, 7-10 are GLE 2,
11-13 are GLE 3, 14-18 are GLE 4.
GLE # Correct # Possible % Mastered? (Y/N)
1. Identify the basic
structure and function
of nucleic acids (e.g.,
2. Describe the
relationships among
DNA, genes,
chromosomes, and
proteins (LS-H- B1)

3. Compare mitosis and

meiosis (LS-H-B2) 3

4. Identify possible
positive and negative
effects of advances in
biotechnology (LS-H-
B4) (LS-H-B1)
For every GLE you have not mastered, you must visit the appropriate stations and complete the
activities. You will then follow up after each station with test corrections. Use the above data to help
you study for your EOC too if you mastered the GLE you do not have to study as long, but if you did
not make sure you put in at least an hour of work.
GLE Station Questions
1 1. What is DNA?

2. What are genes?

3. How do bases in DNA pair up?

4. Why must chromosomes be copied?

5. What is replication?

2 1. How does RNA differ from DNA?

2. What is protein synthesis?

3. Where does protein synthesis take place?

4. What is a codon?

5. How does genetic info get from the cells nucleus to a ribosome?

6. What is translation?

3 1. What occurs during metaphase?

2. How do cells formed by mitosis compare to their parent cells?

3. What are gametes?

4. What is meiosis?

4 1. What is genetic engineering?

2. What types of diseases can gene therapy be used to treat?

3. What is selective breeding and how is it beneficial?

4. Many of the advances in genetics are new territory and can also bring along
with them a lot of controversy. Whether ethical, religious, or legal, its difficult
to draw the line regarding the rights and wrongs of genetic engineering. What
do you think? Should we be doing genetic engineering?

TEST Corrections
Question Your answer Correct answer Why?
1 A C DNA does not actually make
proteins, it just provides the
information to build them