Genetically modified lizard and alligator invades on year 10 science class. Who will survive?

For all the news and updates of genetic information and natural selection this is a must read!

This post is an evolutional changing experience, taking you from the basic building blocks of life through to inheritance then through to natural selection of monsters vs students? Who will survive?

The monster was last seen in the classroom and reports of finding eggs are still flooding the phone lines with sighting of the monster and monster egg being discovered. Let’s hope for the human race all eggs have been found and destroyed.

The monster is still at large and numerous sighing have been reported. Where it can be found no one knows, but one thing is for sure the environment it is in is suitable for the monster.

Self evaluation sheet on genetics and natural selection click here

For revision of genetics;

Contains – Punnett squares and uses, Genes (Alleles), Why are some genes dominant and others recessive? How do we write symbols for these genes? What is homozygous and heterozygous? Predict phenotypes from genotypes, Test crosses, Blood Types.

Terminology list requiered for test and references.

Allele,Chromosomes, Codominance, DNA, Dominant gene, Genes,Genotype, Heterozygous, Homozygous, Human blood types, Incomplete dominance, Inheritance, Karyotype, Mitosis, Mutation, Phenotype, Punnett Square (know how to use), Recessive gene, Sex chromosomes.
Good references

Don’t forget to revise Natuaral selection, use the handout sheets provided in class.

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One Comment on “Genetically modified lizard and alligator invades on year 10 science class. Who will survive?”

  1. Josh Kirkwood Says:

    I must say, I am thoroughly disappointed of the lack of fight scenes in this post 😦 shattered

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