Year 10 Genetics revision 2013

How to prepare for the end of unit test

The end of unit test in Genetics will be on Monday (10TM) or Tuesday (10BC). Work through the tutorials at your own pace stopping the video to answer questions before moving on to view the correct answers  Make sure that you ask about any difficulties you experience during your study. You will need to prepare thoroughly to achieve the best result. This topic contains a lot of material.

 

 

Variation and survival of a population homework exercise

Here is a list of key words associated with variation that you should be familiar with

meiosis, crossing over, independent assortment, inheritable variations, non inheritable variations, aseexualnreproduction, cloning, phenotype, mutation. sexual reproduction.

Use a selection of these words and relevant examples to discuss the importance of variation to the long term survival of a population.

Your answer should include

  • The meaning of the term variation
  • What causes variation within a population
  • The advantages and disadvantages of variation within a population

You should have read pages 46 and 47 in your workbook carefully and completed the exercises on pages 48 and 49 before you attempt this.

Once you have drafted an answer  type it into the question below and submit for feedback. You need to spend at least an hour doing this work.

Year 10 Genetics Revision.

How to prepare for the end of unit test

The end of unit test in Genetics will be on Thursday for 10SW and on Friday for 10 LE. Work through the tutorials at your own pace stopping the video to answer questions before moving on to view the correct answers. We will be going over material in class in the single lesson before the test. Make sure that you ask about any difficulties you experience during your study. You will need to prepare thoroughly to achieve the best result. This topic contains a lot of material.

 

 

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