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View Resource What is DNA? DNA Extraction from Onion: Student Guide

Student guide. Isolating DNA from cells is an important first step in doing DNA analysis. This procedure is used to extract large amounts of DNA from onions, and similar protocols are used to isolate...

http://biotech.biology.arizona.edu/labs/DNA_extraction_onion...
View Resource What is DNA? DNA Extraction from Kiwifruit: Teacher Guide

Teacher guide. DNA is present in the cells of all living organisms. This procedure is designed to extract DNA from kiwi in sufficient quantity to be seen and spooled. This activity is ideal for...

http://biotech.biology.arizona.edu/labs/DNA_Kiwifruit_teache...
View Resource Renewable Energy Lesson Plans

The lesson plans were revised in 2004-2005 by a team of professional educators and renewable energy experts and now include teacher resource guides, reading passages for students, student worksheets,...

http://www.infinitepower.org/lessonplans.htm
View Resource Bring 'em Back Alive !

Bring 'em Back Alive is a series of activities that demonstrate various techniques for capturing free-living microbes from the environment. The series is part of Living in the Microbial World, a...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/k12/capture/index.html
View Resource Kid's Hazards Quiz

Are you prepared for a natural disaster? Find out by taking a quiz on: Tornadoes Thunderstorms Hurricanes Floods Earthquakes Tsunamis Volcanoes etc.

http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/hazard/kqStart.shtml
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