Meiosis, part 2 - Modeling Crossing Over

Unit 5: Unit 2- Cells
Lesson 27 of 30

Objective: Students will model the process of crossing over in order to better understand how genetic variation results during meiosis.

Big Idea: Hands-on activities help students understand how variation occurs as a result of crossing over.

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Science, meiosis, chromosome, haploid, crossing over, tetrad, genetic variation, dyad, sister chromatids
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