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Our Genetics Presentation

By: David Reed, Jake Adkins, and Trenton Ballenger

David Reed

on 6 April 2010

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Our Genetics Presentation By: David Reed, Jake Adkins, and Trenton Ballenger This project was made to help Mr. and Mrs. Emiling and their baby. We helped make the predictions for the babys genes. Genes are the basic unit of heredity in a living organism. We had to make a table that had all the genes of the baby. Then, we had to make the table on microsoft word. TABLE We had to go through a lot of workshops to learn how to do all our work. We had to use some papers that were called Sum it up and Square it up. We also learned what a punnet square is. A punnet square is a square that divides the genes between a mom and a dad. Here is an example. We also had to make a picture of the baby with all the phenotypes on the sketch. Please direct your attention to our sketch. We would like to thank the Emiling family for letting us do this project and we had a good time. David Reed= Prezi
Jake Adkins= Baby Sketch and Phenotypes
Trenton Ballengar= Table and Genotypes
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