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Children resemble their parents  Popular

A superb introduction . Divided into the following sections 1 Children resemble their parents. 2 Genes come in pairs. 3 Genes don't blend. 4 Some genes are dominant. 5 Genetic inheritance follows rules. 6 Genes are real things. 7 All cells arise from pre-existing cells. 8 Sex cells have one set of chromosomes; body cells have two. 9 Specialized chromosomes determine gender. 10 Chromosomes carry genes. 11 Genes get shuffled when chromosomes exchange pieces. 12 Evolution begins with the inheritance of gene variations. 13 Mendelian laws apply to human beings. 14 Mendelian genetics cannot fully explain human health and behavior.
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DNA the instruction manual for life  Popular

"DNA is in every cell of your body. Join us as we zoom in on a human hand until we get down inside of the nucleus. The nucleus contains DNA, the Instruction Manual for your body. "
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Drag and drop genetics  Popular

Here is a resource to make learning fun! This website provides interactive exercises to enable students to gain a greater understanding of genetics. Punnet squares become active, through a drag and drop action......Go to Drag and Drop Genetics
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Yor genes, your choices  Popular

Your Genes, Your Choices describes the Human Genome Project, the science behind it, and the ethical, legal, and social issues that are raised by the project.
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