Incomplete Dominance (Nondominance): A Genetics Practice Problem Worksheet
This worksheet was prepared for my Biology I class. It is suitable for students in grades 9-12. The worksheet has 10 practice problems on incomplete dominance or nondominance. The students will determine the genotype of the parents, fill in Punnett squares, determine the genotypes and phenotypes of the offspring, and determine the probability of obtaining the various offspring.
Some of the problems are monohybrid (one factor) problems and some of the problems are dihybrid (two factor) problems.
All answers are included.
This worksheet is also available in a bundled product containing 7 practice problem worksheets on genetics. Click on this link to see the bundled product listing: Bundled Set of 7 Genetics Practice Problem Worksheets
Note: This product is included in a bundled unit plan of products which can be viewed here: Genetics Complete Unit Plan Bundle.
You will receive two versions of the worksheet: a pdf and a Word document. You can have your students work the problems on their own notebook paper, or you can use the enclosed student worksheets.
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