Homework for the Week of March 12

1)  Read “Traits and Inheritance”

2)  Complete HW#20: Rubber Traits

Due date:

Block I: Wednesday, March 14

Block II: next Tuesday, March 20

Block III: Thursday, March 19

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3) Read “What does DNA look like?”

4) Complete HW#22: Nuclear Daydream

Due date:

Block I: next Monday, March 19

Block II: next Thursday, March 22 or Friday, March 23

Block III: next Monday, March 19

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I understand that things are getting busy with your Science Fair project as well.  You may ask for extensions with HOMEWORK if you ask in a reasonable amount of time (the day before is not considered “reasonable.”)  When you ASK for an extension, you must get a RESPONSE before assuming that it has been granted.  When you are granted an extension, a new due date will issued.

*An extra note:  I will not assign homework for Block I/III on next Monday.  No homework will be assigned for Block II next Thursday (I realize that it is after the Science Fair, but unfortunately, it’s the way the schedule has to be because we have Friday, March 16 off.)

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Musical notes…..will have to be added later!

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2 Responses to Homework for the Week of March 12

  1. Andre says:

    HEY TIFF!

    I dont get the difference between phenotypes and genotypes.
    IT confuses me

    -AnDrE

    • tifftai says:

      Genotype is the combination of alleles. For example, if pea plant as the alleles BB, “BB” is the genotype. The phenotype is the organism’s appearance. In this case, with a genotype of BB, the pea plant will have PURPLE FLOWERS (the phenotype)

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