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Left-handedness and mirror writingFeatured science projectScience project video
This science fair project was done to compare the ability of left-handed persons and right-handed persons in mirror writing. The experiment was done by comparing the time taken by left-handed and right-handed individuals to write some text in "mirror language".
Difficulty: Middle school
Breeding colored miceFeatured science projectScience project video
This science fair project was conducted to ascertain the dominant gene amongst black and white colored mice . The science fair project involved an experiment of breeding mice of different color combinations. .
Difficulty: High school
Twin differencesFeatured science projectScience project video
This science fair project was conducted to ascertain the similarity and differences between twins. The experiment involved the participation of male twin pairs, female twin pairs, male-female fraternal twins and siblings.
Difficulty: Middle school
The effect of calcium on hatching brine shrimpFeatured science projectScience project video
This science fair project was performed to find out the effect of water calcium content, on the hatching of brine shrimp eggs. The science project experiment was done using water with different calcium concentrations of 0.1mg/100ml, 0.2mg/100ml and 0.3mg/100ml.
Difficulty: High school
Can DNA be separated from other Cell components and Survive?Featured science project
The purpose of this experiment was to see, by extracting DNA from an onion; if DNA could survive separated from other cell components. I became interested in this idea while I was watching "DNA: The Life Cell" on "The Discovery Channel" The information gained from this experiment will benefit society by seeing if DNA will be safe separated from the other cell components.
Difficulty: High school
Demonstrate the principles of Mendelian genetics
Students will work in pairs in the lab to produce a dragon from the random mixing of genetic traits. Each student will be a surrogate dragon parent. They will pick up a complete set of dragon chromosomes. Surrogate dragon parent partners must be of the opposite sex, therefore one parent must pick up the double X chromosomes while the other must pick up the X/Y chromosomes. The homologous chromosom
Difficulty: Elementary school
Understanding the Basics of Genetics
Describe and explain Mendel's work, genetic terms (homozygous, heterozygous, phenotype, genotype), the construction of Punnett Squares, and the construction of Pedigree Tests.
Difficulty: High school
Explain the process of protein synthesis
Explain the process of protein synthesis through the use of a fairy tale analogy. Prior to this lesson, students should already have knowledge about DNA structure, RNA structure, and complementary base pairs
Difficulty: High school
Determine if a person has genetically inherited tasting abilities.
The study of genetics/inherited traits is more than simply tracing back or predicting eye and hair color. Our genetic code is specific from one person to another. We do pass on other, more "unusual" traits, such as the ability to discern specific tastes in foods. PURPOSE: This activity was designed to involve students, family members, and selected peers in the process of determining whether
Difficulty: High school
How widespread is the occurrence of spliceosomal introns in the nuclear-encoded rDNA of lichen-forming and free-living members of the Ascomycota
Spliceosomal (pre-mRNA) introns have previously been found in eukaryotic protein-coding genes, in the small nuclear RNAs of some fungi, and in the small- and large-subunit ribosomal DNA genes of a limited number of ascomycetes. How the majority of these introns originate remains an open question because few proven cases of recent and pervasive intron origin have been documented.
Difficulty: High school
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