Please see below, the work schedule for the rest of this week. I would like us to take our time on chapter 23, page 390-408, Growth, Reproduction and Genetics.
Please take your time and email me any questions, I have attached an excellent video resource link with a ‘test yourself’ tab which will help us, https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/guides/z9pkmsg/revision/1
Page 390 – 392, answer questions 1 – 5 (page 392) ‘A recipe for making mice’ – you will remember that we discussed this in class.
(What do you think of van Helmont's inference, why is our understanding so different to that of van Helmont?)
Read inquiry activity 23A on Irish Scientist John Tyndall, https://www.tyndall.ie/john-tyndall
Page 393 – 396, Asexual reproduction, natural cloning in plants, sexual reproduction and complete Inquiry Activity 23C Questions 1 – 7, Artificial Animal Cloning.
I want to stress that there is no right or wrong answers in this activity, these are simply questions open for debate and we can discuss this when we are back in the lab.
Page 398 – 401 Sexual Reproduction in Plants, Genetics. Please complete Inquiry Activity 23G ‘Nature Versus Nurture’
I have attached a resource link which will be of some help; https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/guides/z2xg87h/revision/1
Continue working on page 402 – 408, answer questions 1 – 9 (page 407/8)
Any questions please email me.