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A New Way to Look at Red-Green Colorblindness

When we cover genetics in our nonmajors biology classes, many of us use red-green colorblindness as a familiar example of X-linked inheritance. We may even ask our students to indicate whether they can see the numbers or symbols in Ishihara … Continue reading

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Cute, Dorky Video on Inheritance

I imagine this has been around for a while, but my class is just starting its inheritance unit and the Biologists’s Mother’s Day Song recently came to my attention. I know it’s not even close to Mother’s Day, but the … Continue reading

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