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Learning Exercise

Material: The Biology Project: Mendelian Genetics
Submitted by: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions on Dec 10, 2008
Date Last Modified: Dec 10, 2008
Title: The Biology Project: Mendelian Genetics
Description: Students will explore the Mendelian and chromosomal patterns of inheritance.
Type of Task: Individual
Time Required 30 Minutes
Topics: Genetics: Patterns of Inheritance
Course: Introductory Biology for Non-majors
Audience: College General Ed
Learning Objectives: Describe the theory of Mendelian patterns of inheritance and examine it for lapses and shortcomings.
Technical Notes: Author Kim Hayen
Text of Learning Exercise: The Biology Project: Mendelian Genetics ( a. Click on “Monohybrid Cross.” Complete all practice Problems associate with the Monohybrid Cross. b. After working the problems as many times as needed to get the correct answer, respond to the following “Two Minute Paper” questions: i. What was the most important point you learned about Mendelian theory? ii. How will this information shape the way you look at patterns of inheritance? iii. What inheritance patterns did you learn about that do not typically follow the Mendelian pattern?
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