The Transmission Genetics Framework addresses Mendelian genetics and evoluation, specifically the concepts of population genetics, natural selection, genotype, and phenotype.  These concepts are explained at the ecosystem and organismal levels and are organized around three practices:

  • keeping track of traits of individuals and populations
  • keeping track of the genetic endowment of individuals and populations
  • keeping track of location and scale.

More information about the content represented in each cell is available by clicking on the green arrow in the cell.  Cluster questions related to the concepts in a cell are available by clicking on the blue book icon in the cell.  The entire Diagnostic Question Cluster is also available.