Genetics and DNA Studies Classroom Kits
Genetics and DNA Studies Classroom Kits
Digital compound microscope with detachable 8 in. LCD tablet. Features high speed, full-resolution imaging technology. This WiFi digital tablet transmits live images to iOS or Android devices.
Demonstrate how the ability to taste a certain compound is based on heredity.
Understand genotype and phenotype and the pattern and mechanism of inheritance for Mendelian traits. Investigate independent assortment of unlinked traits.
In this series of two activities, students explore inherited traits.
|Class Size||24 Students|
|Time Range||50 min.|
|For Use With (Application)||To demonstrates the principle of controlling specific genetic characteristics through selective breeding|
Examine forelimb skeletons of six species to identify bones with homologous structures and functions.
Model and explain wide variations that result from sexual reproduction, and identify cause-and-effect relationships for additional traits.
Construct 3-dimensional models of basic components of RNA and DNA. Build nucleotides, link them and form a DNA model.
The teacher-developed DNA manipulatives kit is perfect for helping students to understand recombinant DNA technology.
Study selected human traits controlled by a single pair of genes, stimulate an interest in science of genetics, determine phenotypes of several and same traits, interpret genotypes of individuals in a pedigree, construct a pedigree diagram for a single trait in their family, conduct a controlled experiment for that trait and discover and understand relationship of dominant and recessive traits.
Demystify staining, introduce students to the study of plant cells, cut, mount, stain and observe different cell types and tissue structures and develop microscope techniques.
Construct specific genes with the characteristic nucleotide configuration for cystic fibrosis, observe the difference between normal and mutant genes, understand how the disease can be diagnosed by two methods of DNA analysis, demonstrates amplification and PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) and simulate gel electrophoresis.
Develop a controlled experiment and collect data from self and family members, understand and demonstrate principles of heredity and the relationship of dominant and recessive traits and construct a family tree for a single trait in their family.
Lab-Aids™ Advanced DNA Replication Molecular Model Kit explains the structure of DNA in detail.
Demystifies the DNA/RNA connection in protein synthesis, replication, transcription and translation is modeled and experience how information stored in DNA is expressed as a finished protein.
Rediscover Mendel's Law of Genetics, simulate gametogenesis and fertilization and develop understanding of purebred inheritance, hybrid inheritance with one allelic pair and dihybrid cross with allelic pairs. Understand co-dominance or blending and Law of Dominance and explore Law of Segregation and Recombination as well as Law of Independent Assortment.
Follow the inheritance of a hemoglobin mutation through generations with the Lab-Aids™ Genes, Mutations, Evolution, and Sickle Cell science kit.
In this activity, students model the effects of antibiotics on the population of disease-causing bacteria during an infection.
Use chemical solutions to extract DNA from plant cells, observe some properties of DNA and understand the structure and function of DNA.
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Learn about restriction enzymes.
Learn about the basic principles of molecular genetics.
Blood type, an inherited characteristic, has use in everything from forensic investigations to medical procedures. In this activity, students will learn about the genetics that determine blood type and the possible inheritance patterns and how they express themselves.
Demonstrates the utility of DNA amplification in forensics.
Students will participate in extracting DNA from fresh onion tissue.
Diagnose diabetes in three patients using urine glucose test and Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA).