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Dr. Mahmood Shivji describes research efforts to assess biodiversity of fish species in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico through the use of genetic testing.
Watch now and learn more about plants, bacteria, and phage viruses!
A viticulture scientist explains grape expectations for medicine and society.
Don't lose your marbles over genetics concepts! Here's an idea to teach about non-Mendelian inheritance!
Dr. David McNutt explains how large clonal plant populations can be analyzed with microsatellite analysis of their DNA.
This woman knows all about birthing babies!
A plant geneticist describes observable inheritance patterns and genetic mutations in maize.
Is that your tosis? No, it's mitosis! Listen to this teacher describe a fun, interactive simulation that will help students understand mitosis and the cell cycle.
Your understanding of agriscience will bloom and grow as this plant geneticist describes how they use mitosis and meiosis when developing new grape varieties.
This plant geneticist wants to propagate knowledge about different kinds of plant propagation.
A discussion of the applications of Knot Theory, replication of DNA, enzymes, and fluid dynamics.
Watch as Sue Livingston reveals how DNA and forensic biotechnology methods can be used to help solve crimes.
In this table-top karyotyping activity, students group chromosomes, identify abnormalities, and then research the resulting genetic disorder.
What's in a molecular biologist's toolbox? Very small tools for working with cellular machines and molecules!
Sometimes the cell cycle gets derailed a bit, which can lead to the development of tumors. Learn more about mutations!
Get out the popcorn; it's time for science. This teacher talks about three films she uses to make movie day a productive class day.
How do you know what genes are thinking? By their expression. Learn more from a plant geneticist.
Check this out and learn about how prokaryotes and eukaryotes regulate gene expression.
Here's a genetics activity that's out of this world!
Advances in "big data" are leading to rapid developments in personalized medicine. Learn more!
A cell has made a protein; now what? Learn more about protein secretion!
Genes are transcribed and translated into proteins, a process called gene expression. Learn here how you have the proteins you need in the quantities required through regulation.
Dr. Mahmood Shivji explains how rapid genetic testing of shark tissue samples is used to address societal pressures on marine environments.
Will Ryan describes the relationship between anemone reproductive strategy and body mass.
Basic cancer mechanisms and current treatment options.
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