Lab-Aids™ Investigating Human Heredity
Study selected human traits controlled by a single pair of genes, stimulate an interest in science of genetics, determine phenotypes of several and same traits, interpret genotypes of individuals in a pedigree, construct a pedigree diagram for a single trait in their family, conduct a controlled experiment for that trait and discover and understand relationship of dominant and recessive traits.
Supplier: Lab-Aids™ 1270
- One teacher's guide
- Student worksheets
- 30 Investigation 1 — What is Your Phenotype?
- 30 Investigation 2 — What is Your Genotype?
- 30 Investigation 3 — Making a Pedigree
- 30 Investigation 4 — Testing for an Inherited Trait
- 30 control paper, strips
- 30 PTC paper, strips
An excellent introduction to the science of genetics, this enjoyable Lab-Aid™ contains four simple and easy-to-follow investigations. Students study selected human traits that are controlled by a single pair of genes and then expand that study to include their lab partners, classmates and family members. The investigations begin by having students determine their phenotypes for several traits. Then, they determine genotypes for these same traits.In the next investigation, they interpret the genotypes of individuals in a pedigree. Finally, they construct a pedigree diagram for a single inherited trait in their family by means of a controlled experiment for that trait. The students discover relationships between dominant and recessive traits. All the activities deal with easily studied inherited traits making this a highly motivating series of lab activities. Includes: teacher guides, student sheets and assessment questions.
Class size: 30 students.
|To investigating human heredity|
|Investigating Human Heredity Kit|
|Teacher's guide, 120 student worksheet for investigation, 30 control paper, strips, 30 ptc paper, strips|
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