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  Title Heredity: Passing Genes from Parent to Child
  Speaker Jessica Hekman, DVM, MS
  Date(s) May 9, 2016 - May 28, 2016
  Location Online Course
  Fee Varies - see site for pricing
  Host Organization IAABC
  Contact Person Mychelle Blake
  Contact Email

  Description of Seminar/Conference

In this class, you will learn about how genetic material is inherited. We'll start by learning about how cells mix genes from mom and dad to pass on to the offspring. We'll study dominant and recessive traits and learn how they interact with each other with sometimes surprising results. We'll compare the early history of the study of heredity with our perspective today and tackle the question of how much of a complex trait, like behavior, is inherited and how much is due to the individual\'s upbringing.

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