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  • Sex Verification Testing of Athletes

    Sex Verification Testing of Athletes

    Click & Learn

    This interactive explores the biology of sex determination and development in humans, set against the backdrop of the different sex testing policies implemented throughout sports history.

  • Developing an Explanation for Mouse Fur Color

    Developing an Explanation for Mouse Fur Color

    Activities

    Students collect and analyze evidence for each of the major conditions for evolution by natural selection to develop an explanation for how populations change over time. Also available in Spanish.

  • Cystic Fibrosis Mechanism and Treatment

    Cystic Fibrosis Mechanism and Treatment

    Animations

    (2 min 31 sec) Mutations in the CFTR gene, which encodes a transmembrane ion channel, cause mucus buildup in the airways of patients with cystic fibrosis.

  • CRISPR-Cas 9 Mechanism & Applications

    CRISPR-Cas 9 Mechanism & Applications

    Click & Learn

    Explore this dynamic interactive to learn the basic principles of how this revolutionary tool works and the many ways in which scientists are using it in their research.

  • Pelvic Evolution in Sticklebacks

    Pelvic Evolution in Sticklebacks

    Data Points

    Scientists used SNP genotyping in populations of freshwater stickleback fish to determine the genetic mutations responsible for the impaired development of pelvises and spines.

  • Solving Crimes with the NECROBIOME

    Solving Crimes with the NECROBIOME

    Feature Films

    (7 min 10 sec) We can’t talk to the dead, but in their own way, the dead can speak to us.

  • Central Dogma Card Activity

    Central Dogma Card Activity

    Activities

    In this hands-on activity students review the steps of eukaryotic gene expression and learn how this knowledge can be used to treat genetic disease.

  • Monkey Social Status and Immune Response

    Monkey Social Status and Immune Response

    Data Points

    Scientists studied how the dominance ranking of female rhesus macaques living in social groups affected the expression of genes linked to immune response

  • Film Guide for Genes as Medicine

    Film Guide for Genes as Medicine

    Film Guides

    The following classroom-ready resources complement the film Genes as Medicine. It tells the story of the successes and challenges that led to the development of the first FDA-approved gene therapy for a genetic disease.

  • The Search for a Mutated Gene

    The Search for a Mutated Gene

    Scientists at Work

    (8 min 54 sec) How do you identify the disease-causing mutation in a patient with an inherited disease? This video illustrates the steps involved—testing for genes that are the “usual suspects,” searching for mutations in novel genes, and assessing links between genotype and phenotype.

  • Genes as Medicine

    Genes as Medicine

    Short Films

    (17 min 16 sec) Watch the story of how gene therapy restored the sight of a nearly-blind young patient. Told from the perspective of two researchers who spent over 25 years working to develop this breakthrough technology, this short film chronicles their successes and challenges, and illustrates how the method works to treat inherited conditions.

  • Stalking the Genetic Basis of a Trait

    Stalking the Genetic Basis of a Trait

    Activities

    In this activity students analyze data on the expression of the tb1 gene and use it to formulate an explanation as to how a specific difference in the corn version of the gene explains the phenotype of less branching.

  • Central Dogma and Genetic Medicine

    Central Dogma and Genetic Medicine

    Click & Learn

    This interactive uses the central dogma as a model for exploring how modern molecular biology technologies can be used to treat genetic diseases.

  • Patterns in the Distribution of Lactase Persistence

    Patterns in the Distribution of Lactase Persistence

    Activities

    Students explore the geographic distribution of lactase persistence around the world by analyzing real data collected by scientists.

  • Resource Guides

    Resource Guides

    Collection

    Designed by educators, BioInteractive’s resource guides will help you select BioInteractive resources aligned to specific topics and standards, including the AP® Biology Curriculum Framework.

  • Think Like a Scientist: Natural Selection in an Outbreak

    Think Like a Scientist: Natural Selection in an Outbreak

    Scientists at Work

    (7 min 29 sec) This video brings us to the front lines of the 2013–2015 Ebola outbreak in west Africa and explains how scientists monitored the evolution of the virus by analyzing its genome.

  • DNA Profiling Activity

    DNA Profiling Activity

    Activities

    This multi-part lesson is designed to give students a firm understanding of genetic profiling using short tandem repeats (STRs), which is a process used by forensics labs around the world. 

  • Genetic Mutations and Disease Interactive

    Genetic Mutations and Disease Interactive

    Click & Learn

    This interactive focuses on the roles of germline and somatic cell mutations in human disease. It supports the 2013 Holiday Lectures on Science, Medicine in the Genomic Era.

  • Genetically Modified Mosquitoes

    Genetically Modified Mosquitoes

    Scientists at Work

    (8 min 35 sec) Learn the process by which a line of genetically modified mosquitoes was engineered to reduce populations of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in the wild.

  • Understanding Variation

    Understanding Variation

    Activities

    This lesson complements the film The Biology of Skin Color and discusses variation in human skin color and polygenic inheritance. Also available in Spanish.

  • Zebrafish and Skin Color

    Zebrafish and Skin Color

    Activities

    This lesson complements the film The Biology of Skin Color and explores how experimental work in zebrafish led to a better understanding of the role of the gene SLC24A5 in human skin color.

  • Alzheimer’s Disease: Piecing Together the Evidence

    Alzheimer’s Disease: Piecing Together the Evidence

    Click & Learn

    This interactive explores evidence from brain anatomy, tissue histology, and genetic studies to reveal possible targets for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Using Genetic Evidence to Identify Ivory Poaching Hotspots

    Using Genetic Evidence to Identify Ivory Poaching Hotspots

    Data Points

    A team of scientists analyzed the DNA from seized ivory to determine where the ivory from poached elephants came from.

  • CSI Wildlife

    CSI Wildlife

    Click & Learn

    In this interactive, students use DNA profiling, or fingerprinting, to solve two cases of elephant poaching. In the process they will learn about genetic markers, PCR, gel electrophoresis, allele frequencies, and population genetics.

  • Origin of a Gene Mutation Causing Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

    Origin of a Gene Mutation Causing Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

    Data Points

    A team of scientists built a pedigree of a large extended family in Antioquia, Colombia, that has a high prevalence of early-onset familial Alzheimer’s disease due to a mutation in the PSEN1 gene. Worksheets also available in Spanish.

  • Stickleback Film with Quiz

    Stickleback Film with Quiz

    Interactive Videos

    (15 min 27 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch a short film that explains how stickleback fish let scientists study evolution in action, identify key genes, and peer deep into the evolutionary past.

  • Lactase Film with Quiz

    Lactase Film with Quiz

    Interactive Videos

    (14 min 52 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch a short film that explores the evolution of the ability to digest lactose as adults (lactose tolerance) and the genetic changes associated with the trait.

  • Identifying Autism Genes by Tracking Gene Mutations

    Identifying Autism Genes by Tracking Gene Mutations

    Data Points

    A team of scientists used homozygosity mapping to map SNPs on chromosome 3 in a family with an autistic son to identify a likely gene that caused the disorder.

  • The Teosinte Hypothesis

    The Teosinte Hypothesis

    Activities

    In this lesson, students work through the mathematics and concepts behind George Beadle’s claim that teosinte is the wild ancestor of maize. Also available in Spanish.

  • Skin Color Film with Quiz

    Skin Color Film with Quiz

    Interactive Videos

    (18 min 58 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch a short film that explores the evidence for the evolution of the variation in skin color among human populations.

  • Popped Secret Film with Quiz

    Popped Secret Film with Quiz

    Interactive Videos

    (17 min 51 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch a short film on the evolutionary origins of corn.

  • Genetic Origin of Variation in Human Skin Color

    Genetic Origin of Variation in Human Skin Color

    Data Points

    Dr. Rebecca Lamason and colleagues studied the genetic origin of variation in human skin color using a model organism, the zebrafish.

  • How Species Coexist

    How Species Coexist

    Science Talks

    (27 min 25 sec) Large herbivores in the African savanna coexist by partitioning ecological niches by time, space, and diet.

  • Film Guide for Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn

    Film Guide for Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn

    Film Guides

    The following classroom-ready resources complement the film Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn, which tells the story of how geneticists and archaeologists have come together to determine how and where corn was domesticated nearly 9,000 years ago. Also available in Spanish.

  • Film Guide for The Biology of Skin Color

    Film Guide for The Biology of Skin Color

    Film Guides

    The following classroom-ready resources complement The Biology of Skin Color. Featuring anthropologist Dr. Nina Jablonski, the film walks us through the evidence that differences in human skin color are adaptations to varying intensity of UV light. Also available in Spanish.

  • Lactase Persistence: Evidence for Selection

    Lactase Persistence: Evidence for Selection

    Activities

    This activity provides a case study in human evolution that connects genotype, phenotype, culture, and graphical analysis skills. Also available in Spanish.

  • Genetics

    Genetics

    Collection

    BioInteractive offers many great resources for teaching genetics, including short films, animations, Click & Learn interactives, and classroom activities.

  • The Making of the Fittest

    The Making of the Fittest

    Collection

    Each film takes students on an adventure—from the postglacial lakes in southern Alaska to the deserts of the American Southwest, and from the icy Antarctic to the highlands of East Africa, where...

  • How We Get Our Skin Color

    How We Get Our Skin Color

    Animations

    (3 min 32 sec) This engaging animation shows how human skin cells produce the pigment melanin, which gives skin its color. 

  • The Biology of Skin Color

    The Biology of Skin Color

    Short Films

    (18 min 58 sec) Penn State University anthropologist Dr. Nina Jablonski walks us through the evidence that the different shades of skin color among human populations arose as adaptations to the intensity of ultraviolet radiation in different parts of the world. Also available in Spanish.

  • Icefish Film with Quiz

    Icefish Film with Quiz

    Interactive Videos

    (13 min 14 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch the short film on the icefish—an example of how genes are reused and recycled.

  • Ocean Species Respond to Climate Change

    Ocean Species Respond to Climate Change

    Science Talks

    (29 min 39 sec) Coral reefs, how they are threatened by climate change, and how to protect them.

  • Rescuing Species

    Rescuing Species

    Science Talks

    (29 min 1 sec) How to preserve genetic diversity that is threatened by habitat loss.

  • Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn

    Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn

    Short Films

    (17 min 51 sec) Where did corn come from? Genetic and archeological data point to what may seem like an unlikely ancestor: a wild Mexican grass called teosinte. Also available in Spanish.

  • Seeing Single Molecules Move

    Seeing Single Molecules Move

    Animations

    (1 min 40 sec) Single-molecule analysis using super-resolution microscopes reveals that transcription factors are not usually found bound to their binding sites on DNA.

  • The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle and Cancer

    The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle and Cancer

    Click & Learn

    Explore the phases, checkpoints, and protein regulators of the cell cycle in this highly interactive Click and Learn and find out how mutated versions of these proteins can lead to the development of cancer. Also available in Spanish.

  • Stickleback Evolution Virtual Lab App

    Stickleback Evolution Virtual Lab App

    Apps and eBooks

    App version of the popular virtual lab, introducing you to the science and techniques used to analyze the threespine stickleback fish.

  • Pedigrees and the Inheritance of Lactose Intolerance

    Pedigrees and the Inheritance of Lactose Intolerance

    Activities

    Students explore the genetic changes associated with lactose tolerance/intolerance and how the trait is inherited in families. Also available in Spanish.

  • Holiday Lecture 2004 Update—Jeff Friedman

    Holiday Lecture 2004 Update—Jeff Friedman

    Clips

    (3 min 52 sec) HHMI investigator Jeff Friedman provides an update to his 2004 lectures on obesity.

  • Mapping Genes to Traits in Dogs Using SNPs

    Mapping Genes to Traits in Dogs Using SNPs

    Activities

    In this hands-on genetic mapping activity students identify single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) correlated with different traits in dogs.

  • Cancer Discovery Activities

    Cancer Discovery Activities

    Activities

    These two hands-on activities are based on a Howard Hughes Medical Institute 2013 Holiday Lectures on Science video featuring researcher Dr. Charles L. Sawyers. Also available in Spanish.

  • Cancer as a Genetic Disease: Video Highlights

    Cancer as a Genetic Disease: Video Highlights

    Clips

    (8 min 32 sec) In this video Dr. Charles Sawyers provides an overview of the types of genes that, when mutated, can lead to the development of cancer. Also available in Spanish.

  • DNA

    DNA

    Collection

    From animations showing the details of DNA replication and transcription, to lecture segments that discuss DNA sequencing and PCR, and online interactives showing what sequence information reveals...

  • Pulse Chase Primer: The Meselson-Stahl Experiment

    Pulse Chase Primer: The Meselson-Stahl Experiment

    Activities

    This activity can be used in conjunction with the short film The Double Helix. It introduces students to the classic experiment by Matthew Meselson and Franklin Stahl, which revealed that DNA replication follows the semiconservative model.

  • Dante's Story

    Dante's Story

    Clips

    (6 min 6 sec) Dante is a 10-year-old boy born with hemimegalencephaly—an enlargement of half his brain.

  • DNA Sequence Technology Improves Cancer Treatment

    DNA Sequence Technology Improves Cancer Treatment

    Clips

    (2 min 6 sec) Dr. Charles Sawyers discusses how the identification of most cancer genes could transform cancer into a chronic disease.

  • The Search for Genetic Mutations that Cause Autism

    The Search for Genetic Mutations that Cause Autism

    Clips

    (2 min 5 sec) Dr. Christopher Walsh discusses how genomic science has made enormous contributions to our understanding of the genetic causes of autism.

  • Meet Dante—A Young Boy with Hemimegalencephaly

    Meet Dante—A Young Boy with Hemimegalencephaly

    Clips

    (2 min 33 sec) Dante is a healthy 10-year-old boy who has had half his cerebral cortex surgically removed to treat his seizures.

  • Autism and the Structure and Function of Synapses

    Autism and the Structure and Function of Synapses

    Animations

    (2 min 3 sec) Genes associated with autism affect the structure and function of neuronal synapses.

  • Using DNA to Explore Lizard Phylogeny

    Using DNA to Explore Lizard Phylogeny

    Activities

    This activity supports the film The Origin of Species: Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree. Students are guided to sort the lizard species by appearance, then generate a phylogenetic tree using the lizards’ DNA sequences to evaluate whether species that appear similar are closely related to each other.

  • Dog Genomics and Dogs as Model Organisms

    Dog Genomics and Dogs as Model Organisms

    Science Talks

    (28 min 54 sec) Dr. Elinor Karlsson discusses her work with dogs as a model organism for genomic studies.

  • Genomic Medicine, Autism, and Cancer

    Genomic Medicine, Autism, and Cancer

    Science Talks

    (37 min 26 sec) A student discussion with the lecturers of the 2013 Holiday Lectures on Science.

  • From Cancer Genomics to Cancer Drugs

    From Cancer Genomics to Cancer Drugs

    Science Talks

    (58 min 46 sec) Genetic data from a large number of tumor types reveal commonly mutated genes and uncover connections between different types of cancer.

  • Decoding the Autism Puzzle

    Decoding the Autism Puzzle

    Science Talks

    (58 min 5 sec) Over the past decade, the application of advanced DNA sequencing techniques has greatly increased our understanding of the genetic basis of autism.

  • Cancer As a Genetic Disease

    Cancer As a Genetic Disease

    Science Talks

    (58 min 33 sec) Understanding that cancer is caused by mutations in genes that regulate cell proliferation has led to the development of targeted drug therapies.

  • Sizing Up the Brain Gene By Gene

    Sizing Up the Brain Gene By Gene

    Science Talks

    (59 min 32 sec) Recent advances in DNA sequencing technology have led to a better understanding of the many genes that play a role in brain development.

  • Gleevec-Resistant Form of Kinase BCR-ABL

    Gleevec-Resistant Form of Kinase BCR-ABL

    Animations

    (2 min 14 sec) Mutations in the BCR-ABL gene can cause resistance to Gleevec, but another drug, dasatinib, can be used instead.

  • Gleevec Inhibits Cancer-Causing Kinase BCR-ABL

    Gleevec Inhibits Cancer-Causing Kinase BCR-ABL

    Animations

    (3 min 31 sec) The drug Gleevec binds to and inactivates BCR-ABL, a mutant kinase that causes chronic myeloid leukemia. 

  • Film Guides: The Double Helix

    Film Guides: The Double Helix

    Film Guides

    The following classroom-ready resources complement The Double Helix. This short film describes the evidence that led James Watson and Francis Crick to the discovery of the double-helical structure of DNA and how the structure immediately revealed how genetic information is stored and inherited.

  • Lactose Intolerance: Fact or Fiction

    Lactose Intolerance: Fact or Fiction

    Activities

    Students evaluate and discuss several statements about lactose intolerance and evolution before and after watching the film. Also available in Spanish.

  • The Double Helix

    The Double Helix

    Short Films

    (16 min 53 sec) The Double Helix is the story of the scientists and evidence involved in one of the most important scientific quests of the 20th century: the discovery of the structure of DNA. Also available in Spanish.

  • The Origin of Species: Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree

    The Origin of Species: Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree

    Short Films

    (17 min 45 sec) In the Caribbean islands, adaptation to several common habitats has led to a large adaptive radiation with interesting examples of convergent evolution. Also available in Spanish.

  • Meet Charles Sawyers

    Meet Charles Sawyers

    Clips

    (2 min 27 sec) Dr. Sawyers is an HHMI investigator who has contributed to the development of drugs that target leukemia and prostate cancer. 

  • Meet Chris Walsh

    Meet Chris Walsh

    Clips

    (2 min 3 sec) Dr. Walsh is an HHMI investigator whose research focuses on understanding the genes involved in the development and function of the human brain.

  • Genetic Mutations and Disease

    Genetic Mutations and Disease

    Posters

    The poster for the 2013 Holiday Lectures on Science, Medicine in the Genomic Era, illustrates the difference between germline and somatic cell mutations.

  • Medicine in the Genomic Era

    Medicine in the Genomic Era

    Science Talks

    In the 2013 Holiday Lectures on Science, leading medical researchers explain how advances in genomics are revolutionizing their work, leading to a better understanding of disease and to improved treatments.

  • Got Lactase? Blood Glucose Data Analysis

    Got Lactase? Blood Glucose Data Analysis

    Activities

    Students interpret the results of two different tests for lactase persistence.

  • Using Genetic Crosses to Analyze a Stickleback Trait

    Using Genetic Crosses to Analyze a Stickleback Trait

    Activities

    A hands-on activity in which students analyze the results of genetic crosses between stickleback fish with different traits.

  • Modeling the Regulatory Switches of the Pitx1 Gene in Stickleback Fish

    Modeling the Regulatory Switches of the Pitx1 Gene in Stickleback Fish

    Activities

    A hands-on activity in which students interpret molecular diagrams and build physical models of eukaryotic gene regulation.

  • Teacher Guide: Gene Regulation

    Teacher Guide: Gene Regulation

    Resource Guides

    Topics include: Gene regulation mechanisms and examples, gene regulation and human disease, and RNA interference.

  • Teacher Guide: Gene Expression

    Teacher Guide: Gene Expression

    Resource Guides

    Topics include: Gene expression, RNA structure and function, transcription, RNA processing, translation, and post-translational events.

  • Teacher Guide: Evolution

    Teacher Guide: Evolution

    Resource Guides

    Topics include: natural selection, artificial selection, population genetics, human adaptations and evolution, and phylogenetics.

  • Teacher Guide: DNA

    Teacher Guide: DNA

    Resource Guides

    Topics include: DNA structure and function, DNA replication, damage to DNA and eukaryotic chromosomal structure.

  • Teacher Guide: Biotechnology

    Teacher Guide: Biotechnology

    Resource Guides

    Topics include: PCR, DNA Sequencing, Genetic Engineering, and Microarray. This guide includes multiple classroom-ready worksheets to accompany HHMI’s virtual labs.

  • The Making of the Fittest: Got Lactase? The Co-evolution of Genes and Culture

    The Making of the Fittest: Got Lactase? The Co-evolution of Genes and Culture

    Short Films

    (14 min 52 sec) Follow human geneticist Spencer Wells, Director of the Genographic Project of the National Geographic Society, as he tracks down the genetic changes associated with the ability to digest lactose as adults. Also available in Spanish.

  • Film Guides: Evolving Switches, Evolving Bodies

    Film Guides: Evolving Switches, Evolving Bodies

    Film Guides

    These classroom-ready resources complement the short film Evolving Switches, Evolving Bodies, which tells the story of the dramatic transformation of stickleback fish as they adapted to living in freshwater habitats drastically different from the ocean.

  • Teacher Guide: AP Biology

    Teacher Guide: AP Biology

    Resource Guides

    This guide correlates all the resources available on the Holiday Lectures on Science DVDs and throughout the BioInteractive.org website to specific Big Ideas, Enduring Understandings, and Essential Knowledge threads of the new AP® Biology Curriculum Framework. 

  • Mendelian Genetics, Probability, Pedigree, and Chi-Square Statistics

    Mendelian Genetics, Probability, Pedigree, and Chi-Square Statistics

    Activities

    A lesson that requires students to work through a series of questions pertaining to the genetics of sickle cell disease and its relationship to malaria. These questions will probe students' understanding of Mendelian genetics, probability, pedigree analysis, and chi-square statistics. Also available in Spanish.

  • The Making of the Fittest: Evolving Switches, Evolving Bodies

    The Making of the Fittest: Evolving Switches, Evolving Bodies

    Short Films

    (15 min 27 sec) After the end of the last ice age 10,000 years ago, populations of marine stickleback fish became stranded in freshwater lakes dotted throughout the Northern Hemisphere in places like Alaska and British Columbia. These fish have adapted to a freshwater environment drastically different than the ocean.

  • Testing a Hypothesis

    Testing a Hypothesis

    Activities

    A worksheet designed to actively engage students as they watch the film. Students are asked to answer questions pertaining to the information provided in the film.

  • Regulation of the Lactase Gene

    Regulation of the Lactase Gene

    Click & Learn

    Lactase persistence results from a mutation that changes how transcription factors interact, thereby affecting gene expression.

  • Recent Adaptations in Humans

    Recent Adaptations in Humans

    Click & Learn

    Lactose tolerance, sickle cell anemia, and bitter taste perception are three examples of recently evolved human traits.

  • Creating Phylogenetic Trees from DNA Sequences

    Creating Phylogenetic Trees from DNA Sequences

    Click & Learn

    This Click and Learn explains how DNA sequences can be used to generate such trees, and how to interpret them. English version is ADA accessible.

  • The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection in Humans

    The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection in Humans

    Short Films

    (14 min 3 sec) In some parts of the world, there is an intimate connection between the infectious parasitic disease malaria and the genetic disease sickle cell anemia. Also available in Spanish

  • The Making of the Fittest: The Birth and Death of Genes

    The Making of the Fittest: The Birth and Death of Genes

    Short Films

    (13 min 10 sec) Scientists have pieced together the evolutionary history of the Antarctic icefish. The icefish makes an excellent case study for genetic evolution as both the gain and loss of genes have led to key adaptations.

  • The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection and Adaptation

    The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection and Adaptation

    Short Films

    (10 min 25 sec) The rock pocket mouse is a living example of Darwin’s process of natural selection. Also available in Spanish.

  • Click and Learn App

    Click and Learn App

    Apps and eBooks

    Interactively explore topics in biology with the Click and Learn app. Now available from the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Apps!

  • Bacterial ID Virtual Lab App

    Bacterial ID Virtual Lab App

    Apps and eBooks

    Learn about the science and techniques used to identify different types of bacteria based on their DNA sequences

  • Film Guides: Got Lactase? The Co-evolution of Genes and Culture

    Film Guides: Got Lactase? The Co-evolution of Genes and Culture

    Film Guides

    The following classroom-ready resources complement Got Lactase? The Co-evolution of Genes and Culture, which tells the story of the evolution of the ability to digest lactose, a genetic trait that arose in humans within the last 10,000 years in some pastoralist cultures.

  • Population Genetics, Selection, and Evolution

    Population Genetics, Selection, and Evolution

    Activities

    A hands-on activity that uses simulations with beads to teach students about population genetics, the Hardy-Weinberg principle, and how natural selection alters the frequency distribution of heritable traits. Also available in Spanish.

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