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FB1112 - $17.10
Put life into the genetic code. This lively bingo game will add some fun to the difficult concepts of transcription and translation. Students will get very involved in the gaming part of this activity and will start incorporating new words such as...
FB1223 - $102.85
You have described it as a “twisted ladder” or a “double helix”. These descriptions are very difficult for students to understand and visualize. Now your students can build their own DNA model and twist it themselves! After building the basic structure,...
FB1228 - $55.15
A fun kinesthetic way to teach DNA structure and restriction enzymes. Every student in your class becomes a coded nucleotide and together the entire class will form a giant DNA molecule. Students will personally experience the antiparallel and coding...
FB1562 - $35.45
Learn how to isolate DNA from human cells-yours! DNA can be isolated from many types of tissue. In this activity, students extract DNA from their own cheek cells. The procedure for securing student cheek cells is safe and requires only a rinsing of...
FB1663 - $13.85
Increase your students' understanding of the key concepts in the genetic processes of transcription and translation. A unique teaching poster visually captures the basics of DNA structure and its dynamic role in the life of a cell. Display this over-sized...
FB1639 - $26.90
History will record the Human Genome Project as one of the top accomplishments of the 20th century. All 3,000,000,000 base pairs in the approximately 20,000 to 25,000 genes have been sequenced. How did biologists determine the sequence of all those...
FB1757 - $21.60
Why will a restriction enzyme cut DNA at a 5'-TCGA-3' site, but not at a 5'-ACGA-3' site? In the first example, the base sequence on the complementary strand is 3'-AGCT-5'. The base sequence at a restriction enzyme site always “reads” the same-in the...
FB1982 - $74.00
Nucleic acids were first extracted from cells in 1869—long before Watson and Crick were born. Explore some of the same techniques used by scientists to determine the chemical composition of nucleic acids back when the contents of cells were unknown....
FB2065 - $73.75
Learn how to isolate DNA from human cells-yours! DNA can be isolated from many types of tissue. In this activity, students extract DNA from their own cheek cells. The procedure for securing student cheek cells is safe and requires only a rinsing of...
FB2144 - $42.75
Protein synthesis is essential for all living organisms. Make this process easy and fun to learn with this descriptive and highly visual activity. Students assemble models to understand the roles of mRNA, tRNA, codons, anticodons, amino acids and ribosomes...
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