This course covers the material of content category 1C of the official MCAT exam content outline.
Individual units of inheritance, or genes, are inherited in different ways. In other words, genes are subject to different patterns of inheritance, seen as the different phenotypic expressions of traits. This feature of inheritance produces genetic diversity and increases the likelihood of survival for a particular generation and the species at large.
In this course, the student will be introduced to the mechanisms and patterns of inheritance observed in the passing down of genetic information from one generation to the next. For optimal comprehension, the student will be required to be familiar with the basic concepts of college-grade biology and chemistry.
This subject was amazing to learn, and Georgina makes it easy to understand, so I could say that really loved this course, thank you.
Well structured and comprehensible. Ms Georgina Cornwall makes pleasant pauses between sentences, speaks clearly and explains so that it is easy to follow. The questions afterwards are also very helpful.
I liked this lecture and I also like this teacher. I just sometimes find the explanations a little be confusing.
I'm really enjoying Dr. Cornwall lectures, I love the way she explains things!