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View Resource Food and Agriculture

Humans need food to live. Today, we spend much less time obtaining and preparing food than our grandparents did, and we eat a much greater variety.

http://www.biotechnologyonline.gov.au/foodag/foodandag.html
View Resource Environment

This section highlights case studies where biotechnology is being used to address some environmental issues. Biotechnology has the potential for many positive impacts on the environment. For example,...

http://www.biotechnologyonline.gov.au/enviro/environment.htm...
View Resource Human Uses of Biotechnology

Biotechnology is leading the way to a new era in health care, with the development of better methods for detecting, preventing and treating disease. Biotechnology techniques, such as DNA profiling,...

http://www.biotechnologyonline.gov.au/human/humanuses.html
View Resource How Does Electrophoresis Work?: Teacher Guide

Teacher guide. What kind of electrochemical reactions take place during electrophoresis? How can you see this? This short laboratory allows students to examine the changes in pH during...

http://biotech.biology.arizona.edu/word/redox_TG.doc
View Resource Agarose Gel Electrophoresis with Food Color: Teacher Guide

Teacher guide. What is electrophoresis? In this activity, students use agarose gel electrophoresis to determine the composition of various food color mixtures. Students learn how molecules can be...

http://biotech.biology.arizona.edu/labs/Electrophoresis_fdcl...
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