Learning Exercises

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13 slides with interactive questions covering cancer, causes, progess and treatement with a quiz. Course: Nursing,... see more

This activity uses a website that helps students develop a better understanding of genetically engineered crops. They are... see more

Students will click on the DNA Replication link. They will be taken to a page and click "Start Quiz." They then have the... see more

The purpose of this activity is to provide students with a hands-on activity, which will enhance their understanding of... see more

Students will compare and contrast animal mitosis and plant mitosis. Teacher should provide a handout with spaces... see more

Major biological concepts are animated with narrated and step tutorials followed by quizzes. see more

This is a worksheet that goes along with the site. It will be a hardcopy of some of the information obtained from the... see more

The students will look at the mitosis tutorial and then use those pictures to find cells on their own from a onion tip... see more

This assignment is an interactive lesson concerning the cell membrane and some of it's components. The students will work... see more

The students will construct a concept map which indicates the most important elements of evolution. They should include,... see more

A problem set developed by the National Human Genome Research Institute for high school students, but at a level... see more

Inactive Learning Exercise

Students use mitochondrial D-loop sequences of orangutan, chimpanzee, gorrilla, human and neanderthal sequences to... see more

This is a good introductory exercise to familiarize students with the features and information that can be obtained... see more

Students use Biology Workbench and Protein Explorer to align either orthologous or paralogous sequences and then... see more

Students will perform a virtual lab that encompasses identifying a bacterium using a small sample of DNA. They will use... see more

General biology students work in groups to produce a 1953 issue of the newspaper, The DNA Gazette to communicate their... see more

Students are asked to predict which kinds of E. coli genes might be expressed under one set of conditions and not under... see more

Students align three DNA sequences and design primers that will amplify all three samples. In addition to alignment... see more

A couple of practice problems in translation. Students can either do these manually or use a linked web-based program to... see more

Practice problems in designing PCR primers and understanding the products of the first three rounds of PCR amplification.... see more

A exercise on designing effective DNA primers. This exercise asks students to design primers that would bind to two... see more

Students will use human, neanderthal, chimpanzee, gorilla and orangutan D-loop mitochondrial sequences to perform a... see more

Students are asked to use electronic PCR to identify sequence tagged sites (STS) in some large segments of human genomic... see more