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Biology / Basic Biology - Genetics

Biology / Basic Biology - Genetics

  • You all know that bricks are the building blocks of houses, similarly cells are the building blocks of living organisms. Cells are specialized in shapes to carry out special functions.
  • Learn the structure of plant and animal cell, cell organelles and its functions.
  • Cell division: process of formation of two or more daughter cells from a single mother. Types of cell division -
                      1)Mitosis - occurs in somatic cells results in the formation of two daughter cells which are identical to parent cell
                      2)meiosis - occurs in reproductive cells, results in the formation of 4 daughter cells, where each daughter cell is genetically different from parent cell
                      3)amitosis - division of nucleus.
    Learn in detail about mitosis and meiosis i.e. the stages of mitosis and meiosis and its significance
  • Learn about the cell cycle which undergoes different phases of division.
  • Do you know how the characteristics of parent are inherited to child, that's by the work of chromosomes which contain the genetic material.
    Learn about the structure of chromosome and DNA.
  • Let us study about the gene-history of b and his laws and experiments conducted to prove the inheritance of genetic character from parent to offspring.
    Also learn about sex-linked inheritance in man and Drosophila.
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  • Genetics - SmartTest

    A SmartTest on Genetics

    • Accessed by: 338 Students
    • Average Time: 00:06:01
    • Average Score: 56.55
    • Questions: 21
    • Genetics
    • Variation in Population
    • Sex Determination
    • Genes and their Alleles
    • Genotype and Phenotype
    • Sex Linked Inheritance
    • Mendel's Laws of Inheritance
    • Mutation
    • Review of Genetics
    • Introduction to Genetics

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