One day, Esther came home from a concert and noticed 8 new baby fish. She also observed that 2 of them were black and 6 were red. “How could this happen?” Esther puzzled. “Both parents were red”. A Fishy Tale
Esther's Mum explained a bit more about how genes worked. She suggested that each young fish had two similar genes controlling their colour. One passed down from the mother and one from the father. Mum to the Rescue Mother’s genesFather’s genes Young’s genes
If H = hooked nose and h = normal nose, what is the genotype of individual 9? What is the genotype of individual 5? Hooked Noses Female MaleHooked Nose No Hooked Nose Complete ‘Hooked Noses’ 12 876543 9101112
This punnet square was to be used to predict the eye colour of a child of Parents 1 and 2. Bb Parent 1 B b Parent 2 Punnet Squares Unfortunately, it has been damaged. The gene for brown eyes, B, is dominant over the gene for blue eyes, b.
1. How is this type of breeding similar to cloning? How is it different to cloning? 2. “Armadillos are taking a risk in producing identical offspring”. Why might the armadillos be at risk from this type of reproduction? Cloning in Nature Worksheet
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