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Kimball's Online Text: Meiosis

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Description A section from a biology textbook covering the process of meiosis including recombination, checkpoints and errors.
Type of Resource Book Chapter, Diagram, Illustration, Photograph
Format Web Page - HTML
Author
John Kimball, Harvard
Development Date August 22, 2007
Grade/Age Levels High School lower division (Grades 9-10)
High School upper division (Grades 11-12)
Undergraduate lower division (Grades 13-14)
Undergraduate upper division (Grades 15-16)
Pedagogies
Learning Time <=1 hour
Language English
Type of Review Reviewed by SDB Peer Reviewers
Review Date August 29, 2007
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This resource will be helpful when introducing meiosis and mitosis to an introductory biology class, but the advanced questions and errors can be useful with upper AP biology students.  The links and pictures are excellent for helping students understand  untangible topics.

Cathia Acton, The Burlington School


This resource provides a well-organized overview of the process of meiosis complete with links, drawings, definitions, and explanations. It would be a great resource for students to study, and a helpful tool for teachers to review when planning instruction. The information is appropriate for high school students and includes details about each phase in meiosis, an explanation of genetic recombination, errors, and checkpoints. Although this resource may provide more detail than needed, it provides clear definitions and descriptions of many topics related to meiosis.
Mary Eldredge-Sandbo, United Public School District #7