Covers Mendelian inheritance of autosomal and sex-linked traits in humans.
This lesson plan includes an introductory that uses storytelling. There are questions afterwards. They use deductive reasoning with mendelian genetics for the second activity with questions. Third, students have to use Punnett squares to help figure out outcome with questions at the end. Answers are not provided
Students will use Pedigrees to figure out sex-linked heritage. There is a teacher instructions, and the worksheet. Answers are not provided.
Students use Punnett squares to help figure out various sex-linked situations. This activity would be greatfor guided instruction. Answers are not provided
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Mendelian Inheritance in Humans.
To encourage students to generate questions, activate their prior knowledge, and collect information to answer their own questions using a Question and Answer Table.
Investigation of whether molecular techniques have advanced far enough that laboratory animals are no longer needed. Covers what animals are used, how, and why.
Covers stem cells and some of their medical uses through the example of Parkinson’s disease and neurology.
Covers new work with DNA looking at control of DNA expression and the inheritance of acquired characteristics. It also addresses the bigger issue of how scientific theories change as new knowledge is acquired.
This study guide looks at inheritance that exhibit Mendelian pattern, pedigrees, non-Mendelian inheritance, and genetic disorders.
Explores how do Gregor Mendel's laws of genetics affect human genotypes.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Mendelian Inheritance in Humans.