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Mitosis, Meiosis and Fertilization - Major Concepts, Common Misconceptions and Learning Activities

This page has been removed. The content is now available in the Teacher Notes at https://serendipstudio.org/exchange/bioactivities/MitosisRR and https://serendipstudio.org/exchange/bioactivities/meiosisRR.

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iwaldron's picture

Thanks for the Tip

We always appreciate your helpful suggestions.

Ingrid

iwaldron's picture

Hands-on Mitosis, Meiosis and Fertilization Activity

I have included a picture of the rollosomes, as well as improved instructions for making rollosomes, on pages 3-4 of the newly revised Teacher Preparation Notes (available at /exchange/waldron/mitosis). Yes, for seven student groups, you will need four sets of eight rollosomes. As shown in the chart on page 4 of the Teacher Preparation Notes, you need four pairs of homologous rollosomes for each pair of student groups.

Ingrid

iwaldron's picture

August 2012 revision

The major concepts have been clarified and the suggested sequence of learning activities has been clarified and updated.

makgadi malotane's picture

the meiosis & mitosis process

the process of meosis & mitosis is very fascinating & complicated @ the same time so need to understand it better

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