Students using this activity will apply basic Mendelian genetics rules to act as surrogate parents to a brand new baby Pegasus. By using the idea of random assortment students flip their chromosomes to create new allele combinations for a Pegasus. Going through 26 different genes and applying them to genetic principles, they also get to answer
A creative way to teach Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium principles. without the difficult square roots. All students need to know how to do is take an average. This activity is a good way to introduce evolution right after genetics.
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If I can say, I LOVE this lab! This lab using yeast to measure cellular respiration. The students truly like watching this lab, it allows them to prepare their own solutions, and watch little organisms eat sugar and "burp"! On a teaching note, this allows students to get very hands on in their