Introductory genetics can take some practice. Terms such as homozygous dominant, heterozygous, and homozygous recessive can be confusing to students.
This worksheet aid in comprehension and can be used a quick reference for students as they continue with the rest of the genetics unit.
Included: a blank version for students, a typed answer key, and a photographic example of a completed student page.
Please NOTE: This is also included in my Biology Doodle Notes Bundle.
Why use doodle notes?
Doodle notes and graphic organizers help students take notes in an effective, concise way by synthesizing knowledge and providing a visually-engaging format for student comprehension.
These pages encourage students to use both hemispheres of their brain, which aids in memorization of concepts. The use of gray backgrounds and images allows student doodles to "pop" on the page.
These worksheets are perfect for bell-ringers, homework, exit tickets, or study sheets. You can add them to interactive notebooks or use as traditional note pages.
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