Punnett Squares – Sex-Linked Inheritance – Worksheet

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Worksheet to accompany the online lessons Sex-Linked Inheritance and Punnett Squares.

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punnett squares sex-linked inheritance worksheet

 

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Worksheet Contents

  • This worksheet covers:
  • Constructing Punnett squares for traits that are X-linked with dominant and recessive inheritance.
  • Determining parental alleles.
  • Determining possible genotypes of offspring.
  • Determining possible phenotypes of offspring.
  • Determining probabilities of different genotypes and phenotypes in offspring.
  • Constructing Punnett squares for traits that are X-linked with codominant inheritance.
  • Determining parental alleles.
  • Determining possible genotypes of offspring.
  • Determining possible phenotypes of offspring.
  • Determining probabilities of different genotypes and phenotypes in offspring.
  • Determining genotypes of parents based on phenotypes observed in offspring.
  • Includes:
  • Unit outline.
  • Completing and interpreting Punnett squares.
  • Short-answer questions.
  • Teacher version containing complete answers.
  • Aligned to the Australian Year 10 Science curriculum.
  • 12 pages.

Learning Outcomes

  • By the end of this worksheet students will be able to:
  • ☑   Use a Punnett square to determine the possible genotypes and phenotypes of male and female offspring for traits that are X-linked and dominant/recessive.
  • ☑   Use a Punnett square to determine the probabilities of different genotypes and phenotypes in male and female offspring for traits that are X-linked and dominant/recessive.
  • ☑   Use a Punnett square to determine the possible genotypes and phenotypes of male and female offspring for traits that are X-linked and codominant.
  • ☑   Use a Punnett square to determine the probabilities of different genotypes and phenotypes in male and female offspring for traits that are X-linked and codominant.
  • ☑   Determine genotypes of parents based on the numbers of different phenotypes observed in male and female offspring for traits that are X-linked.

 

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