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FB1811 - $35.30
Teach meiosis terminology using this simple hands-on simulation kit. Students string alleles (pony beads) onto chromosomes (chenille wires) and mark the beads to create a unique gene sequence. Then, students cross over sections of the chromosome and...
FB1812 - $55.85
Teach meiosis terminology using this simple hands-on simulation kit. Students string alleles (pony beads) onto chromosomes (chenille wires) and mark the beads to create a unique gene sequence. Then, students cross over sections of the chromosome and...
FB1832 - $27.30
Students learn the necessary skills of a cellular microscopist as they fix and stain their own onion root tip slides to study the cell cycle and the phases of mitosis. Students quantify the number of cells in each phase and calculate the amount of...
FB1833 - $43.65
Students learn the necessary skills of a cellular microscopist as they fix and stain their own onion root tip slides to study the cell cycle and the phases of mitosis. Students quantify the number of cells in each phase and calculate the amount of...
FB1834 - $22.80
Students learn the necessary skills of a cellular microscopist as they fix and stain their own onion root tip slides to study the cell cycle and the phases of mitosis. Students quantify the number of cells in each phase and calculate the amount of...
FB1841 - $62.85
Living Drosophila provide a dynamic genetic learning experience in this month-long lab activity. Students become working scientists as they culture, perform test crosses of mutant strains, and then make daily observations and compile data. They then...
FB1842 - $104.70
Living Drosophila provide a dynamic genetic learning experience in this month-long lab activity. Students become working scientists as they culture, perform test crosses of mutant strains, and then make daily observations and compile data. They then...
FB1843 - $32.00
Living Drosophila provide a dynamic genetic learning experience in this month-long lab activity. Students become working scientists as they culture, perform test crosses of mutant strains, and then make daily observations and compile data. They then...
FB1844 - $21.80
Is the population evolving? In the first activity, students use the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium equation to determine the allele frequency of PTC tasters versus nontasters in the class. The second activity explores the changes of a large population...
FB0307 - $98.85
DNA fingerprinting has received a lot of attention as a forensic investigative tool. Already a deciding factor in numerous criminal cases, this technique can be effectively demonstrated in the classroom. This laboratory will illustrate the basic principles...
FB1736 - $54.20
Introduce your students to the basic principles and operation of gel electrophoresis with this quick and easy experiment using colorful dyes. Students learn how biological molecules are separated during electrophoresis by comparing the charge, size...
FB1798 - $96.30
Students become forensic scientists and use biotechnology to solve a crime by analyzing DNA samples collected at the "crime scene." The DNA samples are run using a gel electrophoresis and distinct bands separate, clearly leading to the guilty...
FB1799 - $96.55
Paternity testing—real "buzz" words in the world today. Now students will perform a paternity test using enzyme-restricted DNA to determine the descendent of one of the greatest thinkers of the Renaissance. The DNA is ready to load into student-prepared...
FB1434 - $43.25
This pop bead simulation will help students visualize how the separation of molecular fragments occurs during gel electrophoresis. This involving set of materials is a great precursor to actual electrophoresis work. Students build models of DNA fragments...
FB1720 - $91.45
Coronary heart disease and stroke are the first and third leading causes of death in the U.S. Elevated blood cholesterol has been established as a serious risk factor for both of these conditions. A disease known as familial hypercholesterolemia (FH)...
FB1817 - $46.55
Simultaneously teach the exciting topics of electrophoresis and DNA fingerprinting. Students determine what members of a family-a father, mother, and three children-look like by running simulated DNA samples in agarose gel. Traits investigated include...
FB0309 - $113.40
The Lambda DNA used in this experiment is isolated as a linear molecule from the E. coli bacteriophage lambda. It comprises approximately 49,000 base pairs and has five recognition sites for Eco RI. Students will run a comparison-based electrophoresis...
FB0313 - $130.40
Transformation involves the uptake of extra-cellular DNA by another cell, resulting in a newly acquired genetic trait. In this experiment, the bacterial “transformants” acquire antibiotic resistance and a blue color, following uptake of plasmid carried...
FB1800 - $93.20
"You have cancer" has been the most feared phrases for 40 years. "You carry the gene for cancer" has become a very real fear for the last 20 years. In this laboratory kit students use biotechnology to determine who carries the BRCA-1...
FB1868 - $6.65
Add insight to students' understanding of the role of clinical lab tests in diagnosing diseases! A hemocytometer is an instrument used in medical settings to manually count cells. In this experiment, students use hemocytometers to count red blood cells...
FB1863 - $82.75
Add insight to students' understanding of the role of clinical lab tests in diagnosing diseases! A hemocytometer is an instrument used in medical settings to manually count cells. In this experiment, students use hemocytometers to count red blood cells...
FB1744 - $23.80
Do you know your ABO's? These letters may spell the difference between life and death if a person needs a transfusion. Use this creative simulation to improve your students' understanding of antigens and antibodies and their role in blood typing and...
AB1216 - $63.15
Specially prepared for the teacher who has all materials on hand to conduct blood typing, but only needs the serum. Includes 5-mL of each antiserum, enough serum for 75 tests. Lyophilized sera, no refrigeration required.
AB1217 - $41.05
Specially prepared for the teacher who has all materials on hand to conduct blood typing, but only needs the serum. Includes 5-mL of each antiserum, enough serum for 75 tests. Lyophilized sera, no refrigeration required.
FB0441 - $55.00
A kit for typing simulated blood samples that incorporates a few added dimensions. Included are eight distinct blood samples, each of which can be ABO typed, Rh factor typed, and tested for the presence of HIV antibodies-indicative of exposure to AIDS....
FB1258 - $88.15
Specially prepared for the teacher who has all materials on hand to conduct blood typing, but only needs the serum. Includes 5-mL of each antiserum, enough serum for 75 tests. Lyophilized sera, no refrigeration required.
FB1612 - $46.35
Students design their own cell, gather internal cell structure materials, and then use an exclusive polymer to mold their own unique 3-D model of a cell. Flinn Cellgel™ is an easy melt-and-pour polymer that sets up as a “permanent,” clear gelatin....
FB1613 - $29.75
Students design their own cell, gather internal cell structure materials, and then use an exclusive polymer to mold their own unique 3-D model of a cell. Flinn Cellgel™ is an easy melt-and-pour polymer that sets up as a “permanent,” clear gelatin....
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...
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...
AB1370 - $51.45
An introductory activity for students about to begin the study of biotechnology and electrophoresis. Students become medical forensic investigators as they read a case in which a woman has been attacked or a case where an elderly man has been murdered....
FB1758 - $19.30
Discover the power of DNA profiling (fingerprinting) using this creative simulation. No expensive equipment or chemicals needed! This activity only requires paper and scissors. Students solve a paternity case as they re-create each step of the DNA...
FB1564 - $33.30
Which is more important - Heredity or Environment? Students investigate this age-old question using albino tobacco seeds from heterozygous parents-ones that should produce a ratio of three green for every one albino tobacco plant. Some seeds are germinated...
FB1575 - $21.80
Why do some children look so much like their parents and others do not? Students randomly select a sperm cell and an egg for a potential child. When the simulated fertilization occurs, the resulting baby is compared to its parents. A second child is...
FB1745 - $32.45
Arouse curiosity and stimulate interest in genetics with this creative activity. What role do inherited characteristics play in the development of an organism's physical appearance? Students select a random set of gene cards (the genotype) and then...
FB0485 - $36.05
An entire genetics unit in a single kit! Students work at their own pace through this guided-inquiry activity to discover the principles of Mendelian genetics. Introductory exercises help students become familiar with the basic vocabulary of genetics....
FB1441 - $36.10
Don't have students just read or listen to you talk about DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis. Get them up out of their chairs and involved in transcription and translation! The coded messages on the DNA and tRNA code cards in this kit will add fun to...
FB1628 - $15.05
Students view actual chromosomes! The salivary gland chromosomes of Drosophila virilis are the perfect choice for this activity. They are large and relatively easy to see. Students extract the chromosomes from the larva, prepare slides, and then stain...
FB1431 - $19.25
Why are some people very sensitive to the taste of spicy food while others are not? Is this taste sensitivity inherited? This laboratory activity will explore whether the ability to taste various substances is genetic. Students will be involved in...
FB1111 - $22.45
Large simulated chromosome smears make this kit one of a kind. Your students can now realistically cut out chromosomes and use key characteristics to match them into pairs. The concept of chromosome pairing (homologous pairs) will have new meaning...
FB1728 - $115.95
This karotyping kit is different from most as actual human chromosomes are used. The excitement will run high as students prepare their own slide and then hunt for a cell with a complete set of chromosomes.   Students can count the number of...
FB1749 - $25.90
What is PCR? What is its purpose? With this great introductory activity, students will gain an in-depth understanding of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) by performing this exciting hands-on activity. A simulated DNA molecule will be physically...
FB1858 - $13.90
Looking for a fresh and exciting way to teach genetics? In this unique activity, students create chromosomal maps using idealized diagrams of human chromosomes. The process is similar to that used by geneticists-students match homologous chromosomes...
FB1635 - $57.45
“Genetic engineering” is a 20th century reality but is still quite controversial. Making recombinant DNA molecules is at the heart of the “engineering.” Students will simulate an important part of the engineering process as they manipulate simulated...
FB1802 - $32.40
Students will be excited to learn about heredity, genetics, and the human genome as they examine traits on their favorite test subject—themselves! Common dominant and recessive human traits are explored, some more obvious than others. Widow's peak...
FB1866 - $40.50
Explore the effect of temperature on gene expression in bacteria, and learn how genes are turned on and off in response to environmental conditions! Student lab kit provides a simple method to improve student understanding of the factors that control...
FB1771 - $94.20
Improve your ability to teach meiosis as it happens in animal cells with this beautifully illustrated model. Mounted on a sturdy plastic base, this animal meiosis display contains twelve individual cell models. Each cell contains detailed graphics...
FB1792 - $46.80
Teach meiosis terminology using this simple hands-on simulation kit. Students string alleles (pony beads) onto chromosomes (chenille wires) and mark the beads to create a unique gene sequence. Then, students crossover sections of the chromosome and...
FB0481 - $39.80
Students grow their own onion root tips and then follow a specific staining procedure that will allow them to see the DNA in the root tip cells. Students harvest root tips, treat them with chemicals, macerate the tissue, stain the tissue, and then...
FB1443 - $120.40
Having trouble explaining the difference between mitosis and meiosis? Stop working so hard. Let your students model the two processes with these hands-on chromosome simulation materials. The unique chromosome models with magnetic centromeres and pop...
FB1606 - $35.60
It's easy for students to learn mitosis when studying the large, individual mitotic drawings included in this kit. Students will match key process descriptions with specific mitotic drawings. Once matched, the drawings and descriptions can be arranged...
FB1763 - $38.20
Asexual reproduction, cell division, and fission are all words or descriptions generally used to refer to the same process-mitosis. Assist your students to more fully comprehend this important cellular process by Engaging them in a seemingly unrelated,...
FB1918 - $31.95
Students are intrigued to learn exactly why they often exhibit traits similar to their parents. By performing this straightforward mathematical and visual example, students are able to thoroughly grasp complex genetic concepts. This activity simulates...
FB1921 - $40.00
Bring microscopic genetic techniques to life size by building a recombinant DNA plasmid! Simulate the roles of restriction enzymes and DNA ligase in the formation of recombinant DNA. Students will construct plasmid DNA using chenille wire and four...
FB1927 - $64.15
Take agarose electrophoresis to the next level by separating and analyzing proteins. This advanced biotechnology kit provides stepwise instructions for extracting proteins from plant or animal tissues and visualizing them using electrophoresis. Kit...
FB1965 - $56.85
As students help construct and then analyze a pedigree chart of England’s Queen Victoria, they learn about sex-linked traits and the genetic patterns associated with sex-linked inheritance. This 5’ x 2 1/2’ large-scale magnetic chart is easily assembled...
FB1973 - $16.35
This simulation kit is a great alternative to conducting the full Sordaria genetics laboratory. Visual perithecium cards allow each student group to count crossed and non-crossed ascospores, to calculate the spore color gene map distance, and to comprehend...
FB2001 - $77.40
Students prepare cross plates and cross wild type and mutant strains of Sordaria fimicola in this advanced genetics laboratory. Daily observation of the growing culture provides an opportunity to observe the life cycle of a member of the fungal kingdom....
FB1946 - $68.30
Comprehending protein structure can be difficult. Students use this kinesthetic kit to investigate the atomic structure of the 20 amino acids. It is this atomic structure that gives each amino acid its acidic, basic, hydrophobic, hydrophilic, and cysteine...
FB2036 - $85.65
Big Idea 1, Investigation 1, Science Practices 1, 2, 5, 7 Can we make intentional changes to an organism that will cause it to evolve? Natural selection is a driving force of evolution—a massive concept that can be difficult to study real-time in a...
FB2041 - $16.35
Big Idea 1, Investigation 3, Science Practices 1, 5 Horses, chickens, tuna, humans, Ateles (monkeys), chimpanzees, rabbits, Arabidopsis thaliana (plant), rattlesnakes, frogs, dogs, bees, cows—what do all these organisms have in common? Students find...
FB2046 - $37.25
Big Idea 1, Science Practices 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 Drosophila melanogaster, fruit flies, traditionally have brick-red colored eyes. However, some mutations cause their eyes to be different colors—even white! In this Flinn Advanced Evolution Lab, students...
FB2042 - $106.75
Big Idea 3, Investigation 8, Science Practices 1, 3, 5, 6, 7 Biotechnology raises a lot of questions about the ethics of modifying genes. One of the most powerful tools biotechnologists have is the ability to transfer DNA from one organism to another...
FB2043 - $99.20
Big Idea 3, Investigation 9, Science Practices 3, 6  In this experiment, restriction enzymes are introduced as a tool to digest DNA at specific nucleotide sequences. Bacteriophage lambda DNA has a linear structure and multiple recognition sites....
FB2059 - $63.25
Students will be excited to learn about heredity, genetics, and the human genome as they examine traits on their favorite test subject—themselves! Common dominant and recessive human traits are explored, some more obvious than others. Widow's peak...
FB2054 - $240.35
Students become forensic scientists and use biotechnology to solve a crime by analyzing DNA samples collected at the "crime scene." The DNA samples are run using a gel electrophoresis and distinct bands separate, clearly leading to the guilty person....
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...
FB2056 - $107.45
Simultaneously teach the exciting topics of electrophoresis and DNA fingerprinting. Students determine what members of a family-a father, mother, and three children-look like by running simulated DNA samples in agarose gel. Traits investigated include...
FB2062 - $117.80
Introduce your students to the basic principles and operation of gel electrophoresis with this quick and easy experiment using colorful dyes. Students learn how biological molecules are separated during electrophoresis by comparing the charge, size...
FB2064 - $42.55
Why are some people very sensitive to the taste of spicy food while others are not? Is this taste sensitivity inherited? This laboratory activity will explore whether the ability to taste various substances is genetic. Students will be involved in...
FB2085 - $61.45
This is the refill kit for the Artificial Selection Advanced Inquiry Laboratory Kit. See full kit at FB2036. Refill Kit includes: Cotton swabs Pot marker labels Fertilizer, liquid Sodium hypochlorite solution Planting mix, light Wicking cord Live Material...
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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