In <32148B93.6115 at copernicus.bbn.com> Steven Roderick
<roderick at copernicus.bbn.com> writes:
>>I am a biology teacher on sabbatical and working on a project that
>the computer to teach genetics. Can anyone direct me to a source that
>would contain clear and easily observed phenotypes together with
>of the Mendelian genetics that control them? Examples might be coat
>color in animals, or the presence of certain structures in plants. I
>really will appreciate any and all help with this. Thusfar, my
>searches have been less than fruitful. Thanks.
I'm not sure if it's still there...but there used to be a site on
Drosophila genetics that let you make various crosses and see what the
resulting flies looked like. The site was called the Virtual Fly Lab.
Check it out at