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This lab exercise emphasizes hypothesis testing, as students develop and test hypotheses as to the phenotypic ratios that will occur in F2 generation seedlings resulting from a dihybrid cross of
The Creature from Beneath: An Inquiry Genetics Exercise for Introductory Non-Science Majors
This lab provides non-science majors taking an introductory biology laboratory course with an opportunity to enjoy genetics in a way that they are rarely afforded –through self-guided discovery using ...
Updating the taste test for the A & P laboratory
This paper describes an updated version of the classic lab on tasters vs non-tasters.
A Three-Part Laboratory Exercise Using Flightless Fruit Flies (
) to Study Modes of Inheritance
This is an inquiry-based investigation of genetic modes of inheritance using flightless
as the experimental organism. We present the three-part laboratory writeup, suitable for use a...
A Quantitative Genetics Exercise
Our general biology students do two simple Mendelian genetics experiments in their first term, one with
and one with C-Ferns. Our students also do a natural selection lab using pillb...
Hiram Genomics Initiative: Novel Genomics Research Where You Least Expect It
The Hiram Genomics Initiative is a long-term, self-perpetuating learning environment based at Hiram College. The overarching goals of the initiative are to involve students in novel research projects ...
Using Herps (snakes, lizards, frogs) to Demonstrate Genetic Principals in the Classroom
Reptiles and amphibians (aka "herps") seem to intrigue most students and thus can be used to engage students in a variety of biological principals, especially genetics. Bringing animals into the class...
The effect of UV radiation on the survival of yeast and its implication to a real-life situation
In this 4-week laboratory module, students expose yeast cells from "wild-type" and "unknown" strains to different amounts of UV radiation, and then measure the percent survival of these cells as an es...
Gene knockout/gene therapy in yeast using homologous recombination
This laboratory module has been implemented at several undergraduate institutions in North Carolina and Colorado in genetics and molecular biology courses above the introductory level. The basis of th...
Introducing microarray technology into the undergraduate laboratory
Because transcriptome analysis is important in providing information about gene regulation, undergraduate students should have some knowledge of microarray technology. I have taken advantage of the Ge...
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