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Introduce students to asexual and sexual reproduction, the basics of chromosome structure, karyotyping, and genetic disorders. Students explore asexual reproduction in live specimens along with prepared microscope slides and informative self-study cards, then manipulate magnetic chromosome replicas to discover chromosome structure and how chromosomes are arranged in a human karyotype. Includes enough supplies for at least 30 students working in groups.
|Human Chromosome Magnets||15||Included|
|Budding Hydra Prepared Microscope Slides||2||Included|
|Paramecium in Fission Prepared Microscope Slides||2||Included|
|Budding Yeast Prepared Microscope Slides||2||Included|
|Moss Protonema Prepared Microscope Slides||2||Included|
|Rhizopus Sporangia Prepared Microscope Slides||2||Included|
|Human Female Chromosomes Prepared Microscope Slides||2||Included|
|Human Male Chomosomes Prepared Microscope Slides||3||Included|
|Teacher's Manual and Reproducible Student Guide||1||Included|
|Microscopes||10||Needed, Not included|
|Dry-Erase Markers||10||Needed, Not included|
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