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Feelin' Blue: Genetics and Patterns of Inheritance
Explore a mutation for blue skin, using pedigree analysis, Punnett squares and probability to explore laws of Gregor Mendel and Mendelian and non-Mendelian patterns of genetic inheritance (Core Biology Curriculum)
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This course is an introduction and exploration of patterns of genetic inheritance. At the end of the course, students will be able to: - describe the Mendelian rules of recessive and dominant inheritance patterns - extend beyond the findings of Mendel to describe and explain complex patterns such as incomplete dominance, co-dominance and polygenic inheritance patterns - model patterns of inheritance using Punnett Squares - apply genetics terminology to solving a genetic mystery Students...
Students should have paper and colored pencils or markers. All other materials are provided digitally.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
All classes are based on the accepted consensus of the secular scientific community, and may include discussions of evolution by natural selection, the cellular and hormonal mechanics of sexual and asexual reproduction, and other aspects of studying living systems.
Benjamin Corey, MAT
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