Edvotek™ Do Onions, Strawberries and Bananas Have DNA?
Students will participate in extracting DNA from fresh onion tissue.
Supplier: Edvotek™ S75
- Perform techniques used by scientists to explore the characteristics of DNA and see how DNA looks to the naked eye
- Explain the function of DNA in cells
- Build a simulated DNA model
- Learn what DNA looks like in solution and after it is spooled
- Isolate DNA from onion, banana or tomato cells and spool it from the solution
Class size: five groups.
|Do Onions, Strawberries and Bananas Have DNA? Classroom Kit|
|DNA extraction Buffer; DNA sample in capped test tube; five transfer pipets; pop beads for building DNA model; Glass rod; four graduated test tubes; five wood splints for DNA spooling; salt packet; complete instructions; background information and study questions|
|10 Lab Groups|
|For DNA extract|
|Fruit, vegetables and 95 to 100% isopropyl alcohol|
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