Frey Scientific NeoSCI Artificial Selection AP* Biology Lab 1 Kit - 4-Station

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Frey Scientific NeoSCI AP Biology Lab 1 Artificial Selection 4 Station Kit is a structured and guided investigation using which students will quantify a variable trait and then select 10% - 15% of the plants in the population that strongly expressed that trait. During pollination they will isolate the subpopulation from the larger population during pollination and the rest of the life cycle. Raise the plants to a similar life stage as the previous population by planting the second generation of seeds and score the variation in this second generation. Students have the option to do an inquiry activity to determine the genotypic and phenotypic ratio of stem and leaf color in a third generation of plants or repeat the initial experiment to further select for the trait they originally chose. Learning objectives include, investigate artificial selection as a mechanism of evolution, apply mathematical methods of analysis regarding data sets with the goal to predict what will happen to the population in the future, investigate how artificial selection acts on phenotypic variations in a population, evaluate data-based evidence regarding evolutionary changes in populations over time, design an investigation that focuses on a single trait and its importance in the life history of the plant, define investigation problems through collaboration. *AP and Advanced Placement are trademarks registered and/or owned by the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
  • Investigate artificial selection as a mechanism of evolution
  • Apply mathematical methods of analysis regarding data sets with the goal to predict what will happen to the population in the future
  • Investigate how artificial selection acts on phenotypic variations in a population
  • Evaluate data-based evidence regarding evolutionary changes in populations over time
  • Design an investigation that focuses on a single trait and its importance in the life history of the plant
  • Define investigation problems through collaboration