Arthropod Genetics

Unit 13: Mendellian Genetics
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Objective: Students will explain how embryonic development is regulated by hox genes.

Big Idea: If every cell contains the same DNA, what controls where your arms and eyes are? Why don't you have an arm growing out of your ear?

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inheritance (Biology), Science, cause and effect, structure and function , Engaging in argument from evidence , asking questions and defining problems, Inheritance of Traits, Variation of Traits
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