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10.7: Teacher Reference Pages

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The following is a table that highlights the content depth with which the students should be familiar regarding the 3-domain / 6-kingdom classification system referenced in the pre-requisites.

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The following is a chart that highlights the content depth with which the students should be familiar regarding the 4 basic biomolecules referenced in the pre-requisites.

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Asexual versus Sexual Reproduction
Asexual Reproduction Sexual Reproduction
Single individual is the sole parent Two parents give rise to offspring
Single parent passes on all its genes to its offspring Each person passes on half its genes, to its offspring.
Offspring are genetically identical to the parent. Offspring have a unique combination of genes inherited from both parents.
Results in a clone, or genetically identical individual. Rarely, genetic differences occur as a result of mutation, a change in DNA Results in greater genetic variation; offspring vary genetically from their siblings and parents.

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