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LP#16 Date: January 17, 2017 1. mitosis is responsible of the growth and repair of cells 2. the end product of meiosis is two genetically unindetical cells .... false, 4 unidentical cells 3. meiosis involves two sets of nuclear divisions 4. meiosis promotes genetic variation 5. mitosis is a process that is involved in making sex cells 6. 7. Give the two meiotic division 8. What are produced after meiosis diploid or haploid cells? 9. How many cells are produced after meiosis I? 10. How many cell are produced after meiosis II? I. OBJECTIVES/ INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES At the end of the lesson the students are expected to; Explain the principle of dominance and law of independent assortment Describe what happens during segregation Summarize Mendel’s conclusion about inheritance II. SUBJECT MATTER A. Topic: Mendelian Genetics B. Reference: Biology 9 th Edition by Raven (Page 208-218) C. Science concepts Trait is a specific characteristic, such as seed color or height. Hybrids the offspring of crosses between parents with different traits. Genes are factors that determine trait. Alleles are the different forms of gene. The principle of dominance states that some alleles are dominant and others are recessive. Principle of dominance is the dominant trait dominates or prevents the expression of the recessive trait. Dominant trait is the expressed gene. Recessive is the unexpressed gene. Law of Independent assortment is the distribution or assortment of one pair of factors is independent of the distribution of the other pair.
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