Lab-Aids™ Forensic Science: Introduction to DNA Fingerprinting Kit
Introduction to forensic science (DNA mapping/fingerprinting), cells, cell structure and magnification. Construct a model of a 'chromosome' with color-coded genes and read simulated DNA X-ray films.
Supplier: Lab-Aids™ 1271
Students get a real feel for what it takes to be a modern-day detective in this basic introduction to forensic science. The first activity begins with a crime scene and the identification of suspects based on an eyewitness report and 'video stills' of the crime in progress. 'Physical evidence' found at the scene of the crime is scientifically analyzed. This kit provides an introduction to cells, cell structure, and magnification. Students use this information to construct a 'chromosome' model with color-coded 'genes' representing some physical traits of the suspects. The process of DNA mapping and DNA fingerprinting is carefully explained. Students then read simulated DNA x-ray films to positively identify the perpetrators of the crime. Material in this kit is reusable. Includes Teacher guide, student sheets, and assessment questions.
|Dna mapping and dna fingerprinting|
|Teacher's guide, 30 student worksheets and guides for investigations, 30 crime incident data charts, 30 cell structures and chromosomes stickers, 30 rulers, 15 sets of 2 X-ray films of DNA fingerprints, 30 sets of 3 crime scene photos, trays with a gene stand and 15 color-code key, 8 packages of color-coded genes|
|Forensic Science: Introduction To Dna Fingerprinting|
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