Cell Division, Chromosomes, and Patterns of Inheritance
Distinguish between mitosis and meiosis.
Explain the events that lead to genetic diversity.
Apply Mendelian genetics in heredity.
Explain the role of chromosomes in heredity.
DNA, RNA, and Proteins
Analyze the structural differences between DNA and RNA.
Explain the process of DNA replication.
Illustrate the process of genetic information transfer from DNA to a protein.
Describe the organization of DNA into chromosomes.
Gene Regulation, Genetic Mutations, and Genes in Development
Explain the regulation of gene expression in eukaryotes.
Analyze genetic mutations.
Explain the genetic events that lead to cancer.
Genes in Development, Behavior, and at the Population Level
Analyze the genetic component of behavior.
Predict allele frequencies using the Hardy-Weinberg law.
Identify factors that lead to genetic variations.
Compare animal models used in developmental genetics research.
Biotechnology and Genomics
Identify various applications of recombinant DNA technology.
Apply tools of bioinformatics in genomic analysis.
Evaluate ethical issues in biotechnology.
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