The information needed to understand the FRQ for this week can be found in chapter 14 on pages 239-247. Take time to learn the vocabulary and Mendel's laws of segregation and independent assortment. Becoming familiar with terms such as P generation, true-breeding, allele, and others is essential in order to understand the genetics problems. Next week you will receive questions that cover the second part of chapter 14. I will be monitoring the blog this weekend so if you have questions be sure to write and remember that you can help each other. Finally, welcome Jonathan Richardson to the blog, read his post, and ask him questions.
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