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Why do kids look like their parents, and their parents look like their own parents? Why do you have blonde or brown hair?
Genetics can be absolutely fascinating, and definitely relevant!
Genetics: Breaking the Code of Your DNA is a fun supplementary science text that walks students through what genetics are, the history of genetics, cells, genes, DNA, mutations, heredity, genetic modifications and more. Fascinating chapters integrate fun facts, explanatory comic strips, vocabulary definitions, and hands-on activities---students will build a double-helix model, extract DNA, use a Punnett square to predict probability of inheritance, and more. 119 pages, softcover. Ages 12-15. Guided Reading Level Z.
Please Note: This book references sex and reproduction, and references Darwin and Evolution.
Vendor: Nomad Press
Publication Date: 2014
Series: Inquire and Investigate
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