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Looking for some quality worksheets on genetic mutation for your senior biology students?

Genetic Mutation consists of three handy, printable black-and-white Student Worksheets, three detailed Answer Sheets and three background information handouts for student/teacher reference. Not only will this resource save you valuable lesson preparation time, it will also help your students to understand and/or revise the many different types of genetic mutations, such as spontaneous/induced, point/block, etc. Suited to students in years 10 – 12, Genetic Mutation can easily be used as classwork, homework, revision exercises or even tests. It includes an engaging color-coding activity on block mutations.

Genetic Mutation covers the following:

  • what are genetic mutations?

  • difference between spontaneous and induced mutations

  • difference between point and block mutations

  • types of point mutation: base substitutions, deletions and insertions

  • types of block mutation: duplications, deletions, inversions and translocations

Along with printable worksheets, a digital (PowerPoint) version is included here at no extra cost, giving teachers a choice as to which they prefer to use – taking into account the different learning styles of their students.

Genetic Mutation includes an Answer Key (PDF) with images in full color that look great on the big screen and can be used to facilitate good class discussion. Answers provided are also highly detailed, so there is no need to research or fact-check here; it’s all been done for you!

I hope you and your students find this product useful and that you enjoy using it as much as I enjoyed creating it!

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