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Start by playing this game. Explore throughout the game and make sure you know what an antigen and antibody are. The game is good if you have sound to go with it. Play it several times or until your patients consistently stop screaming. Enjoy.
Click Link Here: Blood Typing Game
How do you determine blood type? Why does the blood clump up or have nothing happen?
What determines blood type and why is it important?
What is an antigen? (you can also draw an image)
What is an antibody? (you can also draw an image)
What types of cells produce antibodies? How do they work?
Punnet Square Problems:
This website might help you understand punnet squares.
Marsha and Paul are madly in love. They just found out they are having a pair of fraternal twins.
Marsha's Genotype is A B - -. What is her phenotype? Paul's Genotype is A O - +. What is his phenotype? In this case the phenotype is the same as the blood type they would exhibit.
What are the various blood types/genotypes that their children could be? Show your work via a punnet square.
If not you can use the following to explore the punnet square.
Stephanie's Blood Type is B+ and her sister, Stacy, has a blood type that is O. Her mom's blood type is O+. What are the potential genotypes of her father George and her mother? Remember these are just the phenotypes. Recessive O and - don't show up.