Born To Be Wild (1 quarter)


Instructor: Emilie Evenson
UC a-g credit: Not Eligible
NCAA: Not Eligible
SKU: N/A Categories: ,


***This course is not available for the Track C/August learning period.***


Organisms use many methods to reproduce offspring.  Sometimes the offspring are identical while in other cases they are much different genetically.  This depends on the type of reproduction method, the random assortment of genes contributed by parents, or changes in the DNA called mutations.  The variation in traits in sexually reproducing organisms has yielded the amazing diversity of life here on Earth.  In this class you will learn what genes are, how they work, how we use them to predict offspring, and effects of changes to their DNA. Recommended for : Grades 7, 8

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