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Reproduction | 3rd Edition Revised | Complete Equipment Package


What are the ethical issues involved in using genetic information?

Students explore how organisms get their traits and what causes variation from one organism to another. They also analyze and interpret evidence for how certain traits affect reproduction. Students learn how both genes and the environment can influence traits and apply what is learned to a human genetic condition.

Core Science Content: Heredity, genes, sexual reproduction, asexual reproduction, genetic diversity, inheritance of traits, mutations, reproductive success, genetic disorders, nature vs nurture, pollination, animal behavior, DNA

PE Assessment Example: Think back to what you know about Marfan syndrome and fibrillin. Draw a labeled diagram that models the cause-and-effect relationship between the fibrillin gene, fibrillin protein, and traits/ symptoms for a. a person without Marfan syndrome, b. a person with Marfan syndrome.

LS1-4. LS1-5, LS3-1, LS3-2


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COMPLETE EQUIPMENT PACKAGE: all materials for up to 5 classes of 32 students, mobile storage cart, and Online Portal License for 7 years/1 teacher. Does not include printed TE/TR or Online Student Licenses SMS-REP-3000 $1,279.50 $1,279.50