Tactile Punnett Squares Sheets

A Punnett square is a diagram that is used to predict the outcome of a particular genetic cross or breeding experiment. It is used by biologists to determine the probability of offspring genotypes. The Punnett Square is a visual representation of Mendelian inheritance.

 

The 4-Box Tactile Punnett Squares Sheets allows your students to predict offspring genotypes and probabilities for one character from the known genetic makeup of two parents; for example, a monohybrid cross or a test cross.  Each of the four boxes of the Punnett Square easily accommodates four braille cells across. Two 4-Box Punnett Squares are printed and embossed on heavy 90# 8.5 x 11 inch paper, 25 sheets per re-sealable envelope.

 

The 16-Box Tactile Punnett Squares Sheets allows your students to predict offspring genotypes and probabilities for two characters from the known genetic makeup of two parents; for example, a dihybrid cross. Each of the 16 boxes of the Punnett Square accommodates eight braille cells across. One 16-Box Punnett Square is printed and embossed on heavy 90# 11.5 x 11 inch paper, 25 sheets per re-sealable envelope.

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Tactile Punnett Squares Sheets, 4-Box Catalog Number: 1-08890-00
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