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This little revision, home learning or class worksheet comes with answers and helps GCSE students to understand Inherited Disorders in B6 GCSE Biology 🧬🌱.

It tests students on disorders that are genetic which can be inherited from parents such as cystic fibrosis and polydactyly and how dominant/recessive characteristic affects the likelihood of inheritance. An exercise involving a Punnet square to determine the genotype of offspring based on the alleles of the parents is also included.

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94 Sheet GCSE Biology Mega Bundle
19 Sheet DNA and Inheritance GCSE Homework Bundle

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DNA and Inheritance

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This practice sheet covers part of Topic 6 of Biology – Inheritance, Variation and Evolution.
It’s designed for both GCSE Triple Award Science (separate sciences) and Double Award Science (combined science) students.
It’s optimised for the AQA Grade 9-1 Specification 2016 onwards but has been updated for 2022.

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By purchasing and/or downloading this electronic file, you agree to the following terms. For personal use/single classroom use only. No part of this document may be distributed, posted online, placed on a school server or shared drive, copied, edited, or resold unless the license allows it.

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Age 14-16

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