Information storage and flow are dynamic and interactive
How do genomes transmit information from one generation to the next?
- Explain the differences of mitosis and meiosis and relate them to the process of cellular division.
- Illustrate how DNA is replicated and genes are transmitted from one generation to the next in multiple types of organisms including bacteria, eukaryotes, viruses and retroviruses.
- Apply the concepts of segregation and independent assortment to traits inherited from parent to offspring and discuss how they increase genetic variation.