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This is an introductory genetics course aimed at high school biology students. Students will learn about basic concepts such as Genes and Cell Division, Mendelian Inheritance, Allelic and Non Allelic Gene Interactions, Human Pedigrees and Chromosomal Patterns of Inheritance. Each class will be comprised of a lecture followed by exercises and games or short quizzes. I will use slides with graphics and pictures and many examples to allow students to clearly follow and remain interested. My...
After taking Introduction to Genetics, learners will be able to: -Describe the processes and functions of mitosis and meiosis in transmitting DNA to daughter cells. -Define the terms Chromosome, Chromatid, Centromere, Gene. -Apply the principles of Mendelian inheritance. -Distinguish between allelic and non-allelic interactions and give examples. -Analyze human pedigree charts and identify the mode of inheritance. -Describe normal chromosome number and structure in human cells, and understand the cause and effect of alterations in chromosome number and/or structure.
I have a doctorate in Parasite Genetics from McGill University, Canada. I am a former researcher and have published several papers on the genetics of drug resistance and disease susceptibility. I have taught genetics and other topics in biology in university.
There will be voluntary homework assignments.
I will not give a grade for this class, unless specifically requested by the learner or parent.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Anne Schwab, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.
PhD in Biology sharing her love for science.
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
20 total reviews
24 completed classes
My name is Anne Schwab and I am excited to start sharing my knowledge about the biological sciences with your learners. I teach classes in general biology as well as topics such as parasitology, entomology, genetics and ecology. I hold a B.Sc. in...