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Crossing Over: The Basics of Evolution

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Crossing Over: The Basics of Evolution
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Publisher: Human Sciences Research
ISBN/ASIN: 0796921199
ISBN-13: 9780796921192
Number of pages: 112

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The workbook focuses specifically on assisting educators build their own understanding of genes, the mechanisms of inheritance and selection - the basics of evolution. Starting with cells and working through to genetic codes, the workbook uses diagrams, illustrations, text information and activity sheets to cover the content necessary for teaching the concept of evolution.

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