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For 30 students. Kit first introduces students to karyotyping using photomicrograph pictures of human chromosomes for a normal male or female; this builds familiarity with chromosome structure and banding. Students then explore simulated chromosomes as they learn more about numerical and structural chromosome abnormalities in the population. Kit includes photomicrograph sheets, simulated chromosome sheets, chromosome sorting mats, and teacher’s manual. Covers 10 disorders.
For a class of 30 students. Bring hands-on learning into your classroom and connect it to real-world human disorders to help reinforce genetics to your students. First, introduce students to karyotyping using photomicrograph pictures of human chromosomes for a normal male or female; these help build familiarity with chromosome structure and banding. Then let students explore simulated chromosomes as they attempt to learn more about numerical and structural chromosome abnormalities that exist in the population. Advanced Kit includes photomicrograph sheets, simulated chromosome sheets, chromosome sorting mats, and teacher’s manual, plus it provides background on a wider array of potential disorders and allows students to manipulate chromosomes reflecting those abnormal spreads.
It covers 10 disorders:
|Male Chromosome Sheets||8||Included|
|Female Chromosome Sheets||8||Included|
|Simulated Chromosome Sheets||36||Included|
|Teacher's Manual and Reproducible Student Guide||1||Included|
|Scissors||15||Needed, Not included|
|Glue or Tape||Needed, Not included|
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