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Inquiries in Science: Understanding Reproduction and Chromosomes Kit

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Inquiries in Science: Understanding Reproduction and Chromosomes Kit is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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A Carolina Exclusive! Grades 9-12. Students begin by exploring asexual reproduction in several live specimens along with prepared microscope slides and informative self-study cards. They progress to manipulating magnetic chromosome replicas to discover chromosome structure and how chromosomes are arranged in a human karyotype. Human karyotypes then provide a way to explore sexual reproduction and genetic disorders.

 
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A Carolina Exclusive! Grades 9-12.
  • Compare traits of asexual and sexual reproduction
  • Explore human chromosomal disorders
  • Investigate normal male and female human karyotypes
Introduce students to asexual and sexual reproduction, the basics of chromosome structure, karyotyping, and genetic disorders. Students begin by exploring asexual reproduction in several live specimens along with prepared microscope slides and informative self-study cards. They progress to manipulating magnetic chromosome replicas to discover chromosome structure and how chromosomes are arranged in a human karyotype. Human karyotypes then provide a way to explore sexual reproduction and genetic disorders.

Kit includes lab supplies (enough for at least 30 students working in groups) plus teacher's manual. Kit Refill replenishes the live materials; price includes shipping and handling.

 
 
 
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Exploration Learning! I am completely satisfied with the products. My students received their tasks and did just as they were supposed to! They worked well together to solve problems and learned extensive biology during the process. The only problem I found was a typo on page 12 of the teacher's manual. For set #14, you should remove chromosome #18 (plus 21 and Y) instead of #13 ( plus 21 and Y) to demonstrate Patau Syndrome. This could cause significant confusion if overlooked.
Date published: 2010-01-26
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