Innovating Science™ Introduction to Mendelian Genetics Kits
In this activity, students can simulate Mendel's work and determine patterns of inheritance.
Supplier: Innovating Science™ IS3010
When Austrian monk Gregor Mendel began observing and analyzing various traits of pea plants in the 1800s, little did he realize that his work would eventually become a foundation for the basis of modern genetics.
- Using special chips and “double dice,” students can simulate both monohybrid and dihybrid crosses
- After crosses, students determine genotypic and phenotypic ratios for select traits
- Compare values to theoretical “ideal” values as put forth by Mendel
- Contains enough materials for 15 groups
- 15 monohybrid chips, female (red/yellow)
- 15 monohybrid chips, male (red/white)
- 15 dihybrid double dice, female (colored)
- 15 dihybrid double dice, male (clear)
- 15 plastic shaker cups
|Mendelian Genetics Kit|
|7 to 14|
|Used to simulate mendelian genetics and determine patterns of inheritance|
|15 Lab Groups|
|13 to 20|
|15 monohybrid chips, female (red/yellow), 15 monohybrid chips, male (red/white), 15 dihybrid double dice, female (colored), 15 dihybrid double dice, male (clear), 15 plastic shaker cups, teacher's manual and student study guide copymasters|
|9.75 x 6.25 x 4 in.|
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