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by Stephanie Parascandolo
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The Biology Project is a website run by the University of Arizona. This website has resources for learning and review topics such as biochemistry, cell biology, developmental biology, genetics, and molecular biology. The Mendelian Genetics section features interactive problems testing students’ knowledge about monohybrid crosses, dihybrid crosses, and sex-linked inheritance. When a wrong answer is chosen, a tutorial appears and explains how to approach the problem. When the right answer is chosen, positive feedback is given.
    The activities found on The Biology Project are useful teaching aids. Specifically, the Mendelian Genetics section can be used as a study guide for students during the Genetics unit in a Living Environment class. Students can be instructed to complete the three different quizzes (monohybrid crosses, dihybrid crosses, and sex-linked inheritance) at home.

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