Reflection: Real World Applications Creating DNA's Fingerprint - Section 4: Guided Practice - Making Your Mark


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  Real World Applications: Using Online Resources to Expand Your Instruction
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Creating DNA's Fingerprint

Unit 7: DNA and Protein Synthesis
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT apply their prior knowledge of the structure and function of DNA to investigate the process of DNA fingerprinting as it relates to our Biology curriculum.

Big Idea: Student detectives are on the case! DNA will never be boring again as students analyze DNA to solve mysteries and advance their understanding of DNA to a new level.

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