You are more than a collection of genes. Learn how all your genes plus factors from the environment work together to make traits that are unique to you.
Teams of proteins work together to build your body and make it function. Step through these 12 examples to see how.
See how genes—as both objects and information—are passed down through asexual and sexual production.
Learn all about mutation and recombination (gene shuffling). These two processes make new trait variations when living things reproduce.
Choose or build two dog parents and behold their varied offspring! Can you get all the achievements?
Learn more about the proteins, genes, and processes behind the traits in the Mutt Mixer game.
Is it because of the trait or the environment? Evaluate a trait in two different environments and decide.
Would your genes help you escape killer grandmas or a zombie apocalypse? Inventory your traits and see if your family line would survive or be wiped off the earth.
Change the conditions and watch how the traits of a population shift over time.
Build “shape stacks” and submit them to be judged. Then learn about the blind process you’ve been a part of.
Learn how genes work together to paint colors and patterns onto butterfly wings.
Over time, a certain trait can become more or less common in a group. Learn to recognize when this due to natural selection and when it isn’t.