Selective Pressure Happens!

Unit 13: Mendellian Genetics
Lesson 1 of 2

Objective: Students will apply laws of Mendelian inheritance to predict the genotype and phenotype of progeny. Students will also determine the effects of selective pressure on progeny.

Big Idea: Genetics isn't the only thing that can affect what offspring live to reproduce.

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inheritance (Biology), Science, cause and effect, Analyzing and interpreting data, Engaging in argument from evidence , genetic variation, Selective pressure, trait, Variation in Traits, Scale, proportion, and quantity
  80 minutes
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