Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Other Side

Where The Grass Is Always Greener

Post a Pic of Your Babies!

Use the “Add Image” feature in the comment section to upload a photo of your offspring (Child #1 & Child #2) from the “Baby Lab.”


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Living With Marfan Syndrome

Former Baylor center Isaiah Austin’s hopes of playing in the NBA were dashed when he was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome. A standard EKG during a routine exam for the NBA draft revealed an abnormality, and further genetic testing showed he … Keep Reading


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“Keeping Current” Due Monday, February 23rd

The first round of Honors Biology Process Assignments are due on Monday, February 23rd. As explained in class, students are required to complete two of the five “Keeping Current” choices in order to earn full credit for this round of … Keep Reading


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Questions for a Genetic Counselor

Use the comment form below to interact with the Genetic Counselor, Lisa Butterfield. You may ask questions specifically about the disease you are researching or more general questions about what it is like to be a genetic counselor.


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A Blend of a Baby? – Hour 6

Use this post to reveal what you and your ideal mate’s offspring would look like according to MakeMeBabies.com. Use the “Add Image” feature to upload your picture. (Remember to use your first name, last initial only.)


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A Blend of a Baby? – Hour 2

Use this post to reveal what you and your ideal mate’s offspring would look like according to MakeMeBabies.com. Use the “Add Image” feature to upload your picture. (Remember to use your first name, last initial only.)


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Make a Life to Save a Life, Hour 6

Challenge 1: Sexually reproducing organisms undergo meiosis to produce sex cells (sperm and eggs). Imagine that you were to observe the following chromosomes in the nucleus of a sperm cell: What would you expect the chromosomes to look like in … Keep Reading


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Make a Life to Save a Life, Hour 2

Challenge 1: Sexually reproducing organisms undergo meiosis to produce sex cells (sperm and eggs). Imagine that you were to observe the following chromosomes in the nucleus of a sperm cell: What would you expect the chromosomes to look like in … Keep Reading


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Meiosis and the Chromosome Number Challenge, Hour 6

  Post your group’s solution to the challenge using the “Add Image” function below.


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Meiosis and the Chromosome Number Challenge, Hour 2

  Post your group’s solution to the challenge using the “Add Image” function below.


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