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|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5|
|Guest Hollow’s High School Biology Textbook|
|6.2 Mendelian Inheritance|
|Workbook||Chapter 6.2 workbook pages|
|Illustrated Guide to Home Biology Experiments||There are no labs this week.|
|Guest Hollow Labs||Pea Plants: Blending Inheritance (online activity)||Mendel Pea Simulation (online activity)||Punnett Squares|
|Apologetics and Creation Science|
|The New Answers Book 2||Chapter 4: Does the Bible Say Anything about Astronomy?||Chapter 5: Does the Big Bang Fit with the Bible?||Chapter 6: Where Did the Idea of “Millions of Years” Come From?|
|Biology Coloring Workbook||Chapter 3 (p. 66) The Monohybrid Cross||Chapter (p. 68) The Dihybrid Cross||Chapter 3|
(p. 70) The Testcross
|Chapter 3 (p. 72) Incomplete Dominance||Chapter 3|
(p. 74) Multiple Alleles
(p. 76) Polygenic Inheritance
|The Cartoon Guide to Genetics||p. 1-42||p. 43-84||p. 85-126||p. 127-168||p. 169-210 (End!)|
|Amoeba Sisters (YouTube)||Punnett Squares and Sex-Linked Traits|
Multiple Alleles (ABO Blood Types) and Punnett Squares
Incomplete Dominance, Codominance, Polygenic Traits, and Epistasis!
Alleles and Genes
Gene Regulation and the Order of the Operon
|Life Season 1||Episode 2|
|TED-Ed: How Mendel’s Pea Plants Helped Us Understand Genetics|
|Dihybrid cross guinea pig worksheet|
|Printable activity: A Recipe for Traits – Students create a “DNA recipe” for a dog by randomly selecting strips of paper that represent DNA. They then decode the DNA recipe to reveal the physical traits of their dog and create a final drawing of the organism. Students learn that differences in the DNA recipe lead to different traits.|
4 thoughts on “Biology Week 11”
The link for Crazy Plant Shop is not working.
Thanks for reporting all of the broken links! You are awesome!! I’ll get them fixed up asap! 🙂
Do you have an answer page for the guinea page worksheet? Thanks
No, I’m sorry, there doesn’t appear to be an answer sheet for that one. I’d use the top example as the model for the others. So, for the first dark guinea pig – it has the gametes BL, Bl, bL, and bl. The white one has the gametes bL bL, bl, and bl. You write those in the table and then combine them as shown in the first example. I hope this helps!