Diagnosing Disorders through Karyotypes On this site, you can diagnose several different genetic conditions based on the karyotypes that you assemble. Click on Karyotype Activity, then follow the directions.
Month: February 2011
You just signed a book deal. What’s the title of your masterpiece?
You can only eat either breakfast, lunch, or dinner meals for the rest of your life. What’s your choice?
What can’t you throw away? Magazines? Clothing? Old love letters?
Have you ever experienced an earthquake, flood, or other natural disaster?
Describe a time when you learned a lesson the hard way.
If you could work from anywhere, where would you want to live, and why? Somewhere urban? Rural? A different country?
How is technology changing the way families interact? Consider entertainment, transportation, social media, etc.
If only there were more hours in the day. What are your tips for saving time?
Which pop culture icon’s unexpected death affected you the most?
Name something intangible that you never want to lose. Explain why you’d hate to lose it.
If you could bring one fictional character to life for a day, who would you choose? Perhaps someone from a book, a movie, or a TV show?
What world issues deserve more attention, and why? Explain your selections.