Mendelian Genetics


The picture was made by the authors using Microsoft office PowerPoint tools to show an insight of Mendelian Genetics, Law of Segregation and Law of Independent Assortment and Pacific Island approach to Mendelian Genetics in school. The picture in the middle is of a student from Fiji studying the Pea plant.

We always wonder why our complexion, height, figure, earlobes, nose and many other feature are such. Why do we look more like our parents?

Have you ever thought about it too? Of course! we all do.

The real question is: Have you ever tried to know why?

Through this webquest, we look at the laws of transmission that governs genes and affects their passage from one generation to the next. This webquest is designed for anyone: students, teachers, or just a person curious to know why?

We use various resources and methods to make the learning of Mendelian genetics easy and useful.

So be with us till the end and we guarantee you won't be disappointed.

In the end, please fill our website Review form on the Review page and take part in the forum section at the end.

Click on the next page icon to view what you are expected to do.

University of the South Pacific students promoting use of information technology in teaching and learning