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JSS3: BASIC SCIENCE - 1ST TERM

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  1. Family Traits | Week 1
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  2. Environmental Hazards I - Soil Erosion | Week 2
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  3. Environmental Hazards I - Flooding | Week 3
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  4. Environmental Hazards II - Bush Burning | Week 4
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  5. Environmental Hazards II - Deforestation | Week 5
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  6. Environmental Hazards III - Desertification | Week 6
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  7. Environmental Hazards III - Description of the Ozone Layer and its Location in the Atmosphere | Week 7
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  8. Drug and Substance Abuse | Week 8
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  9. Resources from Living Things | Week 9
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  10. Resources from Non-Living Things | Week 10
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Heredity refers to the transmission of characteristics or traits from parents to the offspring.

Dominant genes produce these traits, which show or are made to manifest in an individual and cause offspring to resemble one parent, rather than the other.

A recessive gene is not manifested when the dominant gene is also present, but an individual can pass it on and it can appear in the last generation.

Evaluation Questions.

1. Define the following terms

(a) Genetics

(b) Heredity

(c) Family Traits

(d) Dominant traits

2. list 10 (ten) examples of family traits.

3. State four importance of family traits. 

4. What is Family tree. 

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