Edvotek™ Why Do People Look Different?
Learn about the basic principles of molecular genetics.
Supplier: Edvotek™ S50
Different people display visible phenotypic inherited genetic variations. Certain traits, such as brown eyes, are dominant. In this experiment, students will explore basic principles of molecular genetics by using color dyes to represent simulated genetic traits.
None of the experiment components have been prepared from human sources.
|Why Do People Look Different? Classroom Kit|
|Complete instructions, background information and study questions, ready-to-load™ dye samples, agarose powder, practice gel loading solution, buffer, microtipped transfer pipets|
|10 Lab Groups|
|To teach how an individual's physical traits are a reflection of one's genes|
|Electrophoresis apparatus, power supply, microwave or hotplate|
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