DNA, Chromosomes, Genes and Proteins starter activQuick View

DNA, Chromosomes, Genes and Proteins starter activ

A set of flashcards for a starter activity. Pupils have one card of the four each. When asked a variety of questions they have to hold up the appropriate card. Good for assessing whole class knowledge of different keywords for inheritance and genetic topics. Photocopying on different coloured card helps.
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DNA, Genes, Chromosomes, and Alleles - Lab Station ActivityQuick View

DNA, Genes, Chromosomes, and Alleles - Lab Station Activity

Product Description This fully editable Lab Station Activity on DNA, Genes, Chromosomes, and Alleles is meant to get your students out of their seats and engaged in the content. This activity was designed for High School biology science students. Each station not only offers a unique opportunity to test your students' knowledge (offer an opinion, answer questions based on a video or reading, draw, etc.) but also provides a fantastic learning opportunity where your kids are learning through assessment. Each station comes with a description card while some also contain more detailed instructions, a reading, questions to answer, etc. Students are equipped with a recording sheet (passport) to write their answers. There is almost no prep for you. Simply print the cards, lay them out around the room and you're all set. An answer key is also provided where applicable. No prep, no formatting, no issues. Simply download, print (or upload to your class site) and you're all set. **This resource is fully editable for your convenience** This resource covers the following topics: - DNA - Genes - Chromosomes - Alleles - Eye Color - Gregor Mendel - Gene Patenting Bonus Activities: To ensure your students don't have any downtime between stations, your lab also includes a 10-word word scramble and word search, both with an answer key. You can use them as part of their mark, as a bonus so it's not mandatory, etc. However you choose to use it, it will ensure that your students are always busy and never idle. Note: For stronger classes, I give the word scramble and for weaker ones, the word search. How do the Lab Stations work? Each station is specially designed to be a unique complement to the material while at the same time, provide a valuable learning experience. Below is an overview of how each station works. In your activity, each will be tailored to the specific content. Station 1: Get Hands-On – using their creative skills, students are required to draw or build. Station 2: Research – using a classroom computer or their own device, students must research a specific question/issue surrounding the topic. Station 3: Explain yourself – students write down an opinion to a question in paragraph form. Station 4: Rest Station - students can use this time to catch up on work they didn't have time to complete at a previous station or prepare themselves for an upcoming one. Station 5 - Applicability reading – students read a short passage from an article, website, etc. which directly connects the classroom content to a real-life application.
TeachWithFergy
Cell Biology Topic 1 Full Set of Revision Card Activities for New AQA Biology GCSEQuick View

Cell Biology Topic 1 Full Set of Revision Card Activities for New AQA Biology GCSE

New AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 specification. Topic 1 Cell Biology. Covers all of the theory topics, cells, microscopy, differentiation, chromosomes and mitosis, binary fission (for the separate sciences, ignore for trilogy), stem cells, diffusion, osmosis, active transport, exchange surfaces, exchanging surfaces, also a microscopy mastery worksheet covering mathematical conversions, microscopy calculations and standard form. Useful for students to use for revision, and for teachers to use in a lesson as an activity or plenary. Includes a 'Do' and 'Review' slide, the 'Do' will check understanding and make the learning more active, the 'Review' can help students check answers and act as a revision card. Equally works well as a starter for the next lesson to check retention.
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BIG BUNDLE Genetic Disorders and DNA Mutations with Chromosomal AbnormalitiesQuick View

BIG BUNDLE Genetic Disorders and DNA Mutations with Chromosomal Abnormalities

This is a bundle of Genetic disorders and mutations. You will receive a power point presentation with follow along worksheets and answer key. There are writing task cards and three sets of problem sets. In one set the students will model DNA mutations. The other two sets center around karyotype analysis. This bundle includes: Genetic Disorders: Mistakes in the DNA code, DNA mutations Power Point Genetic Disorders: Mistakes in the DNA code, DNA mutations Worksheets w/t Key Genetic Mutations: DNA Mutations Writing Task Cards Secondary Science Mutations in DNA: Single strand DNA mutations Problem Set Genetic Disorders / Mutations: Karyotype Problem Sets Worksheets Printing in grayscale will ensure maximum detail if you are not printing in color.
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Inheritance & Genetics Vocabulary Card SortQuick View

Inheritance & Genetics Vocabulary Card Sort

Perfect for revision! Set of 68 Vocabulary Cards on Inheritance & Genetics. Covers: * DNA & Chromosomes * Mitosis & Meiosis * Genetics * Transcription & Translation This product is part of my Vocabulary Card Sort Growing Bundle as well as Inheritance & Genetics Bundle and Big Biology Bundle
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Inheritance & Genetics Vocabulary Card SortQuick View

Inheritance & Genetics Vocabulary Card Sort

Perfect for revision! Set of 68 Vocabulary Cards on Inheritance & Genetics. Covers: * DNA & Chromosomes * Mitosis & Meiosis * Genetics * Transcription & Translation This product is part of my Vocabulary Card Sort Growing Bundle as well as Inheritance & Genetics Bundle and Big Biology Bundle.
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Mitosis and Meiosis Task Cards with PowerPoint ReviewQuick View

Mitosis and Meiosis Task Cards with PowerPoint Review

Not only do you get 35 Mitosis & Meiosis Task Cards with this product, but you also get a PowerPoint & a PowerPoint Review with all the answers to share with your students! So, print and laminate the cards in the size of your choice (1, 2, or 4 per page) in color or black & white to use as traditional task cards. Or, present the cards one at a time, or a few at a time, from the PowerPoint to the whole class. You can even use the PPT as a quiz! I like to use the Task Cards throughout a topic of study and then use the PPT Review on the day before the test. This FULLY EDITABLE download includes 5 files: 1. Read This First includes product overview and suggestions for use, contact information, terms of use and image credits. 2. 35 Task Cards in PowerPoint format (each card is one slide), ready to print and laminate in your choice of sizes, in color or black and white. Delete slides you don’t need or add your own in a matching format by inserting duplicate slides. 3. A 35-slide PowerPoint with answers. Perfect for whole-class review after students have completed the Task Cards. 4. Student Answer Sheet, editable and ready to print 5. Teacher Answer Key Topics Include: • asexual reproduction • sexual reproductions • chromatin • chromosomes • sister chromatids • centromere • cell cycle: G1, S, G2 • mitotic phase • mitosis • cytokinesis • interphase • spindle • prophase • metaphase • anaphase • telophase • cell plate • meiosis • gametes • karyotype • homologous chromosomes • diploid • haploid • fertilization • zygote • crossing over • tetrad • genetic recombination • compare and contrast mitosis & meiosis Task Cards are great formative assessments, but they can be implemented in many different ways. My Read This First document will give you lots of ideas, but I bet you can think of even more! Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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AQA Science Key Word Revision CardsQuick View

AQA Science Key Word Revision Cards

This item is a set of Science key words with definitions for the AQA Science course Each card has a different key word and a description of what the key word means The cards come in a power point format and simply need printing off and cuting out The separate slides can also be printed off as A4 sheets and put up to remind students what different key words they can use in the exam to improve their grade Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
AQA Core Biology (B1) Flash Card for RevisionQuick View

AQA Core Biology (B1) Flash Card for Revision

A full set of flash cards to aid revision. Question on one slide and then key responses on the following slide. These can be printed or saved on a phone to use. All of the key topics are covered on the flash cards, including diet, health, pathogens, vaccinations, antibiotics, reflex, synapses, nerves, menstrual cycle, fertility, auxins, homoeostasis, drugs, thalidomide, smoking, alcohol, ecology, plants, environment, biomass, food chains, decay, carbon cycle, variation, DNA, chromosomes, genetics, cells, natural selection and more.
Scuttscience
AQA Additional Biology (B2) Revision Flash CardsQuick View

AQA Additional Biology (B2) Revision Flash Cards

A full set of flash cards to aid revision. Question on one slide and then key responses on the following slide. These can be printed or saved on a phone to use. All of the key topics are covered on the flash cards, including cells, specialised cells, photosynthesis, respiration, adaptations, glucose, limiting factors, enzymes, pH, distribution of organisms, digestive system, DNA, chromosomes, mitosis, meiosis, stem cells, genes, genetic crosses, genetic disorders and more.
Scuttscience
Genetics Bundle: PowerPoints, Notes, and Task CardsQuick View

Genetics Bundle: PowerPoints, Notes, and Task Cards

Aloha! This Genetics Bundle includes THREE complete Power Point and Notes products and THREE Task Card sets! Designed for a high school Biology class, these visually stimulating presentations, differentiated notes, and engaging task cards cover the concepts of: • Mitosis andMeiosis • Patterns of Inheritance • DNA and Protein Synthesis My POWERPOINTS are comprehensive enough to substitute for a textbook if necessary, but they are also EDITABLE so you can customize them to better complement any textbook or other resources you are using. Each PowerPoint product comes with THREE VERSIONS OF STUDENT NOTES so you can easily differentiate to meet the needs of your students. Teacher answer keys are also included. All TASK CARD sets have 35 task cards, a PowerPoint Review with all the answers to share with your students, student answer sheet and teacher answer key. New to Task Cards? I also include suggestions on implementing them in your classroom. Your students will love them! PLEASE NOTE: You can purchase each lesson separately in my shop or save $ with this bundle. Go to the individual product pages to read more detailed product descriptions and see more detailed previews of each included resource. 1. Mitosis andMeiosis PowerPoint and Notes: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/mitosis-and-meiosis-powerpoint-and-notes-11130988 2. Mitosis and Meiosis Task Cards with PowerPoint Review: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/mitosis-and-meiosis-task-cards-with-powerpoint-review-11130991 3. Patterns of Inheritance PowerPoint and Notes: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/genetics-patterns-of-inheritance-powerpoint-and-notes-11131105 4. Patterns of Inheritance Task Cards with PowerPoint Review: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/genetics-patterns-of-inheritance-task-cards-with-powerpoint-review-11131106 5. DNA and Protein Synthesis PowerPoint and Notes: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/dna-and-protein-synthesis-powerpoint-and-notes-11131666 6. DNA and Protein Synthesis Task Cards with PowerPoint Review: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/dna-and-protein-synthesis-task-cards-with-powerpoint-review-11131697 Happy Teaching! Carla Brooks Science Island
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Cell Cycle Mitosis card gameQuick View

Cell Cycle Mitosis card game

Mitosis and the cell cycle can be difficult to teach and learn. The Cell Cycle card game can increase interest in the subject and help students see how the phases fit together, what disrupts the cycle and what prevents mutations. This colorful card game is aligned with the Next Generation Science standards and the Virginia SOLs. (.PDFs in a ZIP folder) The game consists of 55 unique cards, diagrams, rules and variations, links to online review games, kinesthetic brain break games with 8”x11” .PDFs to play them or to use on bulletin boards plus an assignment for creative students. The graphics on each card will help ESL and struggling readers. The game provides an excellent anchor activity for students who finish early or need a challenge. This game can be used to differentiate instruction or provide tiering if cards are used as a sort rather than a game for struggling students. Check out other cell related products Super cell megapack Get the bundle and save big (bingo, card games, reader's theater and more) Cell bingo Cell organelle & process card game
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Quiz Quiz Trade Cards for B3 OCR GatewayQuick View

Quiz Quiz Trade Cards for B3 OCR Gateway

A set of QQT cards for each section a-h for B3 of OCR gateway. Students collect a card ask their partner answer their partners question and swap cards, then they find another partner to talk to. You can make coloured sets and then restrict the students to only working with other students who have the same coloured cards. Or use more than one set in revision activities. Over 100 questions covering both higher and foundation.
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Adaptation and Inheritance for KS3 Activate Science (Bundle)Quick View

Adaptation and Inheritance for KS3 Activate Science (Bundle)

Adaptation and inheritance for KS3 Activate – Bundle This is a product of 4 years of sharing ideas, students’ feedback and teaching this topic to KS3 students - with a selection of my most successful tasks. The total of 134 slides contains a set of tasks – plenty to choose from, suited for different levels of ability. Lesson contents: Topic: Variation - Starter – Mr Men activity (parents and children) - A class-survey task on discontinuous characteristics - Inherited and environmental characteristics (examples) - Plenary – draw an alien with different characteristics (tip: display student’s work using the visualizer and ask students to describe and explain their work) - Exit activity – ‘If this is the answer, what is the question?’ Topic: Continuous and discontinuous variation - The tallest and the shortest man in the world – YouTube video and discussion - Sorting activity – types of characteristics - Whole-class activity – the measurement of height (requires a measuring tape) of the students with instructions, results’ table and editable Excel histogram to display the class results - Homework – the measurements of the hand survey and drawing of a histogram - Exit activity- ‘If this is the answer, what is the question?’ Topic: Inheritance and chromosomes - Pre-assessment – mini-quiz from previous lesson - Starter – baby gorilla vs. human baby – similarities and differences - Nucleus, gene, chromosomes, DNA – printable worksheet with answers (matching the key-words with their definitions) - High ability extension task – dominant and recessive characteristics, including a visual animation for the tongue-roller inheritance and the Punnett square - Super-heroes match-making activity with a class-set of printable cards (two for each student), example and instructions for the task - Plenary – the Jeremy Kyle Show – the case of a disputed parenthood – an expert’s explanation Topic: Natural selection - Pre-assessment – mini-quiz from the previous lesson - Starter – the evolution of humans in the future (video and discussion) - Fill-in the gaps activity - The steps of the natural selection flow-chart - The evolution of a blob – the whole-class body science activity to visualize the process of natural selection - Group activity (requires black and white confetti disks, black sheet of paper, a pair of tweezers and a stopwatch), including the instructions, a model table for the results - An animated gif showing the example of natural selection, with a follow-up questions for the students Continuation on the attached Word Document.
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Genetic Mutations: DNA Mutations Writing Task Cards Quick View

Genetic Mutations: DNA Mutations Writing Task Cards

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION It is important to promote writing across the disciplines. Sometimes it is difficult to come up with writing prompts. These task cards are specific to secondary science and they cover Genetic disorders and mutations. The questions cover DNA mutations, diseases, causes of mutations, and evolutionary impact of mutations. This activity can be used as a bell ringer, pop quiz or closing. It is a good exercise to make the brief students write longer and the novel writers write shorter answers. There are 32 writing prompts with instructions as to how many sentences they should write. You can adjust the pages per sheet setting to print multiple cards per sheets of paper. This activity is a great follow up to Genetic Disorders: Mistakes in the DNA code, DNA mutations Power Point and Worksheets
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Cell Division: Mitosis and Meiosis Mega Bundle Save 30%!Quick View

Cell Division: Mitosis and Meiosis Mega Bundle Save 30%!

**30% Savings! ** **Mitosis Slide Show **You will receive the PDF and PPT versions of the slide show This 33 slide slide show covers: The purpose and outcome of the cell cycle Chromatin to chromosomes The parts of a chromosome Sister chromatids and the centromere The 2 main phases of the cell cycle ~Interphase (including descriptions and diagrams) ~G0, G1, S, and G2 phases Mitotic phase ~Mitosis (including descriptions and diagrams) ~Prophase ~Metaphase ~Anaphase ~Telophase Cytokinesis (including descriptions and diagrams) A diagram showing all the steps in order Mitosis Graphic Organizer Activity PDF Students will describe and draw the phases of the cell cycle. They will also label the centrioles, spindle fibers, chromatin, chromosomes, and chromatids. Mitosis Manipulative Activity PDF Students will be able to identify the events that take place during the cell cycle. This is a hands on activity where students will be manipulating the organelles found in a cell during each phase of the cell cycle: Interphase, Mitosis, and Cytokinesis. Each page is made to: ~Print and attach to Velcro/magnets to hang on a board for visual representation of the cell cycle. ~Can be manipulated on a table/desk for students to demonstrate the steps of the cell cycle. This can be individual student work, teacher-led, or group/station work. This set is based on a cell with 4 chromosomes. **Mitosis and Meiosis Word Wall Vocabulary Cards **PDF You will receive 33 vocabulary cards with definitions in PDF format covering terms about cell division. this includes mitosis and meiosis. Word list: Cell Cycle, Centriole, Centromere, Chromatid, Chromatin, Chromosome, Crossing Over, Cytokinesis, Diploid, DNA, Gamete, Haploid, Interphase, Nondisjunction, Nucleus, Ovum (egg), Replication, Sperm, Spindle Fibers, Mitosis, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, Meiosis, Prophase I, Metaphase I, Anaphase I, Telophase I, Prophase (II), Metaphase (II), Anaphase (II), Telophase (II) **Mitosis Artwork and Labels **PDF After drawing the art for my Mitosis and Meiosis slide shows I felt that that it may be useful in some classrooms to hang on the wall or as manipulatives. I hope you can find use for it. 2 Weeks of Mitosis Bellringers You will receive 13 days of Mitosis bellringers/warm ups Week 1: Word of the Week: Mitosis Read and Respond: The Cell Cycle Compare and Contrast: Chromatin and Chromosomes Problem Solving: Prophase --> Metaphase Anything Goes: Metaphase --> Anaphase Week 2: Word of the Week: Cytokinesis Read and Respond: Interphase Compare and Contrast: Interphase and Cytokinesis Problem Solving: Anaphase --> Telophase Anything Goes: Telophase --> Cytokinesis Bonus: Problem Solving: Draw the Cell Cycle with 6 chromosomes Problem Solving: Draw the Cell Cycle with 5 chromosomes Problem Solving: Cell Cycle Order Mitosis Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys PDF You will receive a test with key and review questions with key. The test is multiple choice, matching, and short answer. The review questions cover all of the material on the test: Name three reasons cells undergo cell division. Name the four phases of Mitosis in order. What happens during Interphase? What happens during Prophase? What happens during Metaphase? What happens during Anaphase? What happens during Telophase? What are the main phases of the cell cycle? Which phase is the longest phase of the cell cycle? What are the G0, G1, S, and G2 phases of interphase? What is the end result of mitosis? How many chromosomes does a human cell have? How many pairs of chromosomes does a human cell have? Define the following: Chromatin, Chromosome, Chromatid, and Centromere. Draw Metaphase and Anaphase with 4 chromosomes and label the following: chromosome, chromatid, spindle fiber, and centriole. Meiosis Slide Show You will receive the PDF and PPT versions of the slide show This 43 slide PPT covers Fertilization ~Gametes and zygote Haploid (1n) vs diploid (2n) Homologous chromosomes Cell division ~Interphase (including descriptions and diagrams) ~Meiosis I (including descriptions and diagrams) ~Prophase I, Metaphase I, Anaphase I, Telophase I ~Crossing over ~Law of independent assortment Cytokinesis (including descriptions and diagrams) ~Meiosis II (including descriptions and diagrams) ~Prophase II, Metaphase II, Anaphase II, Telophase II ~Cytokinesis (including descriptions and diagrams) A diagram showing all steps in order **Meiosis Graphic Organizer Activity **PDF Students will describe and draw the phases of meiosis, label the centrioles, spindle fibers, chromatin, chromosomes (single and homologous), and chromatids, state the total number of cells, and state whether the phase is haploid (1n) or diploid (2n). Meiosis Manipulative Activity PDF Students will be able to identify the events that take place during Meiosis. This is a hands on activity where students will be manipulating the organelles found in a cell during Interphase, Meiosis I, Meiosis II, and Cytokinesis. Each page is made to ~Print and attach to Velcro/magnets to hang on a board for visual representation of Meiosis. ~Can be manipulated on a table/desk for students to demonstrate the steps of Meiosis. This can be individual student work, teacher-led, or group/station work. This set is based on a cell with 4 chromosomes. Mitosis and Meiosis Word Wall Vocabulary Cards PDF You will receive 33 vocabulary cards with definitions in PDF format covering terms about cell division. this includes mitosis and meiosis. Word list: Cell Cycle, Centriole, Centromere, Chromatid, Chromatin, Chromosome, Crossing Over, Cytokinesis, Diploid, DNA, Gamete, Haploid, Interphase, Nondisjunction, Nucleus, Ovum (egg), Replication, Sperm, Spindle Fibers, Mitosis, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, Meiosis, Prophase I, Metaphase I, Anaphase I, Telophase I, Prophase (II), Metaphase (II), Anaphase (II), Telophase (II) Meiosis Artwork and Labels PDF After drawing the art for my Mitosis and Meiosis slide shows I felt that that it may be useful in some classrooms to hang on the wall or as manipulatives. I hope you can find use for it. 3 Weeks of Meiosis Bellringers Week 1: Word of the Week: Meiosis Read and Respond: Crossing Over Compare and Contrast: Meiosis and Mitosis Problem Solving: Prophase I --> Metaphase I Anything Goes: Metaphase I --> Anaphase I Week 2: Word of the Week: Fertilization Read and Respond: Independent Assortment Compare and Contrast: Haploid and Diploid Problem Solving: Anaphase I --> Telophase I Anything Goes: Telophase I --> Cytokinesis Week 3: Word of the Week: Homologous Chromosome Read and Respond: Haploid and Diploid Compare and Contrast: Meiosis I and Meiosis II Problem Solving: Prophase II --> Metaphase II Anything Goes: Anaphase II --> Telophase II Bonus: Problem Solving: Draw Meiosis I Problem Solving: Draw Meiosis II Problem Solving: Meiosis Order Meiosis Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys PDF You will receive a test with key and review questions with key. The test is multiple choice, matching, and short answer. The review questions cover all of the material on the test: What is a haploid cell? A diploid cell? How many chromosomes does a human haploid cell have? A human diploid cell? What happens during interphase and cytokinesis? How many daughter cells are produced at the end of meiosis I? Meiosis II? How many chromosomes do the daughter cells at the end of meiosis have compared to the parent cells? Are cells haploid or diploid at the end of the following phases: metaphase I, anaphase I, metaphase II, and anaphase II? What is the end product of meiosis? Explain what happens during Prophase I and Prophase II. Explain what happens during Metaphase I and Metaphase II. Explain what happens during Anaphase I and Anaphase II. Explain what happens during Telophase I and Telophase II. What are homologous chromosomes? Explain what crossing over is, which phase of meiosis is occurs in, and why it is important. What is the law of independent assortment? 15. Draw and compare metaphase I and metaphase II. Draw and compare anaphase I and anaphase II.
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Genetics "TABOO" Vocabulary Review GameQuick View

Genetics "TABOO" Vocabulary Review Game

Looking for a genetics vocabulary review? Look no further! This fun vocabulary review game would work with your whole class (dividing into two groups), with a small group, or in stations! The object of the game is to get your teammates to guess the key word that is on the card you are describing WITHOUT using any of the “buzz words” in the description. It is the perfect review game that your students will LOVE! Included in this product: 1. Vocabulary Taboo Instructions 2. 24 Taboo Playing Cards 3. 1 Sheet of Blank Playing Cards for teachers to fill in their own words and "buzz words" to add to their set. 4. Blank score sheets The words included in this game are: Gene, DNA, Heredity, Dominant, Recessive, Hybrid, Purebred, Heterozygous, Homozygous, Punnett Square, Probability, Allele, Trait, Inherited, Acquired, Genetics, Phenotype, Genotype, Codominance, Chromosome, Cell, Carrier, Selective Breeding, & Generation.
smithscienceandlit
KaryotypingQuick View

Karyotyping

Print the three patient karyotypes attached as a PDF. Discuss chromosomes as a means of organising DNA and how genetic disease can be caused through incorrect numbers of chromosomes e.g. Down's Syndrome. Then have students cut out and complete the karyotype - ensure there is a mixture of the three patient karyotypes across the class. Have students identify which sex their patient is and any abnormlities - answers are on the Powerpoint.
ClaraJean
AQA Biology B2 Quiz Quiz Trade cards & Ludo boardQuick View

AQA Biology B2 Quiz Quiz Trade cards & Ludo board

Split the cards into four categories (Could be grade A*-C or topic based). Use cards to play Ludo. Every time the player lands on a red number, he/she needs to answer a red question etc. If the answer is incorrect, return to the home field or go back the number of spaces shown on the dice.
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