AP Reproduction & Embryonic Development Action Book

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AP Biology Reproduction and Embryonic Development Action Book Background Information The genetic diversity that results from sexual reproduction increases the possibility that the offspring will survive and pass its genes on to the next generation. "One of life's great dramas: the development of an offspring in the image of its parents" - Cecie Starr Objective There learner will create a reproduction and embryonic development action book. Materials cardstock scissors razor straight edge cutting mat action templates glue* How It's Done Although the textbook covers female and male reproductive anatomy, you are NOT allowed to illustrate these sections. o You must keep your action book school appropriate. Choose a minimum of ten sections from the text to summarize in your action book. You can combine related sections on one action page. o Hint: Refer to the pictures in the chapter. If you don’t immediately understand it, it would be a good topic to cover. Type your summaries and include a title for each topic covered.
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