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    • Thumb image for DNA Structure in a Shoe box-Matt PattonResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      DNA Structure in a Shoe box-Matt Patton

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      Subjects: Agriculture & Natural Resources
      DNA in a shoe box. Students will construct a DNA model and identify each part of a DNA molecule. DNA is a complex molecule comp...
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      Are Enzymes the Key? Holly Whitworth

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      Subjects: Agriculture & Natural Resources
      In this lesson students will understand all living organisms contain enzymes. These enzymes exist throughout the cell and inside...
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      Taxonomy "What do YOU call it?"

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      Subjects: Agriculture & Natural Resources
      In this lesson students explore the major concepts of taxonomy, after realizing that we have many different names for common obj...
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      DNA Translation and Transcription

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      Subjects: Agriculture & Natural Resources
      Students will look at the process of DNA translation and transcription as it creates the end product of protein. They will crea...
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      The Perfect Pair of Genes!

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      Subjects: Agriculture & Natural Resources
      Why are your eyes that color? Where did your facial expressions come from? What traits could you pass on to your children? The c...
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      Mitosis -- Chris

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      Subjects: Agriculture & Natural Resources
      This mitosis lesson is presented after the initial cell cycle has been introduced to the class. The lesson begins with an over v...
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      Introduction to DNA -- Chris Dickson

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      Subjects: Agriculture & Natural Resources
      Students will experience the frustration scientists feel as the students build a nucleotide and end up with a complete double he...
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      Transcription/Translation -- Matt Patton

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      Subjects: Agriculture & Natural Resources
      Students will complete a Transcription and Translation activity and manually translate DNA into mRNA then physically move the in...
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      Post-Harvest Physiology

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      Subjects: Agriculture & Natural Resources
      Proper handling and processing procedures for cut flowers and foliage. Proper storage and cooler temperatures for a variety of f...
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      Plant Tissue Culture

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      Subjects: Agriculture & Natural Resources
      This lesson is to be taught after introducing students to the different types of asexual propagation. Plant tissue culture is a ...
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