Legislation on Cloning
A series of three activities that: introduces students to the process by which a bill becomes a law, models the process by which a bill becomes a law, and asks students to write bills related to cloning and then take them through the legislative process.A Bill On Cloning Print-and-Go
The Perfect Sandwich Law Print-and-Go
How a Bill Becomes a Law Print-and-Go
How a Bill Becomes a Law (Powerpoint)
Let's Clone A Mouse, Mouse, Mouse ...
Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer (SCNT) is a cloning method that involves transferring a nucleus from a somatic cell of the individual to be cloned to an enucleated egg. This activity simulates, step-by-step, the SCNT process used by researchers at the University of Hawaii.Let's Clone A Mouse, Mouse, Mouse ... Print-and-Go
You've Come a Long Way Dolly
Students construct a timeline of the history of cloning by presenting, then placing in order, newspaper articles outlining key events in cloning. Students must consider the increasing complexity of organisms cloned, and the progression of cloning technique to determine the placement of timeline events.You've Come a Long Way Dolly Print-and-Go
Supported by a Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) Grant No. R25RR023288.
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