Heredity of Human Traits

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Biology

Code: 13-20-1273

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Challenge your students to determine the phenotype,
genotype and frequency of easily observed human traits
and identify the dominant and recessive genes for each
trait.

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Description

Challenge your students to determine the phenotype,

genotype and frequency of easily observed human traits

and identify the dominant and recessive genes for each

trait. With the class as a sample population, students

use a variety of taste test papers to determine the

percentage of individuals who can detect a unique taste.

They then apply the Hardy-Weinberg Principle to predict

the allele frequency of this trait’s gene and compare the

estimate with their sample results. Additionally, students

can construct and analyze a family pedigree for a selected

trait, learning how it may be passed from one generation

to the next. They also learn to use Punnet squares to

predict ways genes can combine during fertilization.

Class size – 40 students.

( 13-20-1273 )

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