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3. Understand how chromosomal dynamics during meiosis create new combinations of  chromosomes A. For gametes produced by heterozygous and homozygous parents,  trace  on a diagram maternal and  paternal alleles into gametes B.  Compare/Contrast  segregation and independent assortment (specifically, what segregates, what  assorts, and when during meiosis do they happen?) 4. Understand how the combination of meiosis and fertilization (i.e., sexual reproduction) results in  a unique genotype and phenotype B. Use Mendel’s law of independent assortment to  explain  why an offspring almost invariably is not  genetically identical to its parents C.  Determine  the genotypes and phenotypes of potential offspring of two parents of known genotype,  showing the potential gametes of each parent, and all potential combinations thereof, organized in the  form of a Punnett square. D.  Calculate  the probabilities of the genotypes and phenotypes of offspring from well defined crosses. E.  Justify  (explain in your own words) why any particular cross between parents of known genotypes  results in a particular ratio of potential offspring genotypes.  G. For a given trait, use information on gender and phenotype to predict the mode of inheritance of that trait  (e.g., autosomal recessive). H. For a given trait, use information on gender and phenotype of relatives to  predict  their genotypes using a  pedigree 
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Fall 2009 IB Workshop Series sponsored by IB academic advisors IB Opportunities in C-U Tuesday, Sept. 15 4:00-5:00pm  135 Burrill There are many local opportunities for volunteering/internships!   Representatives in fields from medicine to ecology will speak with  students!
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IBS is an all-encompassing science student organization that focuses on  providing its members biologically based opportunities to get involved on 
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