Phenylthiocarbamide says what?!?!? This genetics brain teaser gets students thinking about the invisible traits that are passed on from generation to generation. Some people can taste PTC, while others cannot. Using the results obtained from the class population, students determine whether tasting is dominant or recessive and then apply their own results to their family lineage. This lesson involves ratios, probability, and graphing.
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