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The DNA Double Helix Discovery

Lately we’ve been discussing the historical experiments involved in elucidating the structure and function of DNA. Here’s a great video that nicely highlights the discovery of the double helix shape of DNA by James Watson and Francis Crick. Enjoy!


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Motor Proteins: Tiny Pirates in Your Cells

I wonder if kinesin proteins are made out of a lot of ARGinine amino acids?


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Time For a Break From Studying?

Enjoy this video while you study for the Unit 3 Exam.


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Slime Mold Maze

Is this a plasmodial or cellular slime mold?


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Five Fingers of Evolution

Here’s a helpful video for remembering the five mechanisms of microevolution. You might find the narrator’s voice to be familiar. Enjoy!


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Carl Sagan Sings

No mention of Carl Sagan in my classroom is complete without a reference to this work of art: Be sure to check out the other videos in the Symphony of Science series. After you do, use the comment form below … Keep Reading


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Put It to the Test

Find a way to show what would happen if you were incorrect.  


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