Students can practice using the Hardy Weinberg equilibrium equation to determine the allele frequencies in a population. This set of 10 questions gives students just enough information to solve for p (dominant allele frequency) and q (recessive allele frequency). They will also calculate the percentage of heterozygous individuals (2pq). I designed this worksheet for an…
Teaching dihybrid crosses can be challenging because it involves layering several biological concepts, like independent assortment and statistics. This worksheet illustrates how gametes are formed from the parents and used to create a 4×4 punnet square that is used in basic genetic problems.