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Sugar cube Science - good idea for explaining diffusion, saturation, solvent/solute during chemistry unit on matter

Fun Absorbing Experiment for kids | Science Sparks

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Best websites for teachers

50+ Best Websites for Teachers

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Great DNA handout for Biology and AP Biology Students. Teacher created. Combines most important facts students need to remember in a simple

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The Question I Hate the Most

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Animal cracker phylogeny

These Photosynthesis cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about Photosynthesis, and build their vocabulary. These cootie catchers contain the following vocabulary terms on Photosynthesis: ♦ Photosynthesis, Carbon dioxide, Chlorophyll, Chloroplast, Oxygen, Stomata, Water, and Glucose

Photosynthesis Cootie Catchers/ Fortune Tellers: Photosynthesis Vocab. Builder

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Cool video showing Protein Synthesis (Translation)...

Mrs. Simonson's Class: Taxonomy Foldable Instructions

Taxonomy Foldable Instructions

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DNA Zoom. You can quickly show students how to find DNA. Provides a quick, fun visual!

"Why RNA Is Just as Cool as DNA" - Short Video and Homework Questions. Students can answer the questions online. | #biology #genetics

"Why RNA Is Just as Cool as DNA" - Video and Homework Questions

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Garner 6th Grade Science Blog: SIx Kingdoms Foldable

Garner 6th Grade Science Blog: SIx Kingdoms Foldable

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A two-part diagram shows both a complete ribosome (shown at right) and the ribosome's large and small subunits as two separate entities (shown at left). Alongside the diagram, a schematic shows a ribosome translating an mRNA nucleotide sequence into a protein.

Ribosomes, Transcription, Translation

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DNA Structure and Replication the one

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This review game has 6 categories with 5 questions in each category, for a total of 30 questions. This game covers the topic of DNA only. It does not include RNA or protein synthesis. The questions cover the basic structure of DNA and its replication. Most of the questions are very basic, but a few are more advanced.

DNA replication

DNA replication

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The Misbehaved Scientist

The Misbehaved Scientist

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Free Clipart for Biology Teachers

Biology Clip Art for PowerPoints for Teachers

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(Blue People of Kentucky) Fugates: The genetic form of methemoglobinemia is caused by one of several genetic defects. The Fugates probably had a deficiency in the enzyme called cytochrome-b5 methemoglobin reductase, which is responsible for recessive congenital methemoglobinemia. At levels of between 10 and 20 percent a person can develop blue skin without any other symptoms. Most of blue Fugates never suffered any health effects and lived into their 80s and 90s.

deaf kiss: Blue People of Kentucky, Appalachia

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Monocots and Dicots (C1, W8)

MONOCOTS VS. DICOTS

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Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

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▶ What's inside an eyeball? | Eyeball Dissection | At-Bristol Science Centre - YouTube

Clipart in PowerPoints for Biology Teachers

Biology Clip Art for PowerPoints for Teachers

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