Reflection: Trust and Respect "X" Marks The Spot - Section 4: Guided Practice - "X"ploring Genetics with BINGO


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"X" Marks The Spot

Unit 10: Introduction to Genetics
Lesson 8 of 13

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of genetics by applying the concept of "X" chromosome inactivation to explain the variation of traits that are observed in a population.

Big Idea: An X-citing lesson examining "X" chromosome inactivation in female offspring. Students will create a unique calico cat that displays mosiacism to model this phenomenon.

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