How Genetic Engineering Can Make Us Look Like Bodybuilders Naturally
What Is Genetic : How Genetic Engineering Will Make Us Look Like Bodybuilders The What is Genetic website explores the science of DNA, heredity, and biology. This article examines how the human bod…
Genealogy Explained: "Do Siblings Have the Same DNA?" Graphic
Mark Orwig is the writer of the Genealogy Explained website, and he has created a neat graphic to explain the answer to the question posed in "Do Siblings Have the Same DNA?" I encourage all of my readers to read the entire article because the science is interesting and the "deck of cards" example is familiar to most of us. The graphic is: Pictures are always better than many words, and this graphic shows why siblings (assuming they aren't identical twins) may not have the same ethnicity…
Passive and Active Cell Transport Word Wall Cards (Diffusion and Osmosis etc.)
These word wall cards are a great way for students to improve their knowledge of the different types of cellular transport. This product contains 16 cards with definitions and images for each term: ♦ Active Transport ♦ Carrier Protein ♦ Cell Membrane ...
IMMUNE SYSTEM CELLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS.
Immunity generally means protection. In biological terminology, immunity is the natural process which is responsible to fight microorganisms which enter our bodies to damage the cells. Basically, when our body detects a pathogen, our immune system gets activated. Pathogens are the microorganisms that are either bacteria or viruses which are capable of causing a disease.
Carbohydrate Fat and Protein Metabolism Chart Cheat Sheet - StudyPK
Carbohydrate Fat and Protein Metabolism Chart Cheat Sheet Teaching biology Carbohydrates, proteins, and fats are digested in the intestine, where they are broken down into their basic units: Carbohydrates into sugars. Proteins into amino acids. Fats into fatty acids and glycerol. The end product of carbohydrate digestion is mainly glucose together with some fructose, glucose,
Do You Know the 5 Types of Stem Cells? | BioInformant
As you start to learn about stem cells, one of the most common questions to have is, "What type of stem cell exists?"
Socratic Seminar Task Cards: Discussion Sentence Starters
Help students in a Socratic seminar with discussion sentence starters that fit discreetly in the palm of your hand - perfect for students who are shy, talk too much, or need guidance.
Compare and Contrast Plant and Animal Cells Sort
Compare and Contrast Plant and Animal Cells Sort Option to cut and glue into an interactive notebook or just label. The directions read: 1) Cut out the Venn diagram and labels around the solid line boxes. 2) Glue labels into the proper place in the Venn Diagram. 3) Lay out each characteristic (DO ...
The Hungry Games: A Game of Natural Selection
Natural Selection Activity (Natural Selection Game) This is a comprehensive, math-based game of natural selection. It is recommended for high school biology or advanced middle school. Students represent a population of leopards that have a total of 6 genetic variants among them. Students will pl...
Arm Muscle Model
Build a Working Arm Muscle: A Science Activity Tutorial 💪 Using this step-by-step tutorial, you can build a simple model of an arm with three bones and two muscles. You will need posterboard and some long balloons. So cool! This activity comes from Sonlight Science 5. #stem #anatomy #humanbody #science #homeschooling
Muscular System Inquiry Lab | Kesler Science
Students will examine the function of the muscular system as they dissect and manipulate a chicken wing. They will also identify the types of muscles and observe how the muscles and bones interact.
Biology Class- Using Real Life Examples in Genetics
Genetics is one of my favorite units to teach! (I think I've already said that throughout my blog about 6 times.... or 57. I lost count.) I love pulling in real life examples into every