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Bringing a realistic model of natural selection and evolution into your classroom has never been easier. Using the model organism Drosophila melanogaster, students introduce a single advantageous "mutation" (red eyes) into a population of white-eyed "ancestral" strain flies. They then observe and calculate the new trait's spread and the shift in population phenotypes over generations. The fitness advantage offered by the "mutation" classically exhibits evolution by natural selection-and your students can see it happen right in the classroom. This kit is designed for 32 students working cooperatively in 8 groups of 4.
|Vials of White-eyed Drosophila||5||Included|
|Vials of Wild-type Drosophila||1||Included|
|Culture Vials with Plugs||72||Included|
|Formula 4-24® Instant Drosophila Medium, 1 L||1||Included|
|Carolina™ Drosophila Manual||9||Included|
|Teacher's Manual and Reproducible Student Guide||1||Included|
|Stereomicroscopes||8||Needed, Not included|
|Morgues (sealable containers with detergent or 70% ethanol and water)||2||Needed, Not included|
|White Paper||8||Needed, Not included|
|Pens||Needed, Not included|
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