DNA Model

March 2016 - grade DNA model project - used this along with a few other pins as inspiration for our final result - *Original Pin* - DNA Model

The DNA model my brother made out of nuts and bolts welded together for his biology

The DNA model my brother made out of nuts and bolts welded together for his biology class.

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Teach Genetics With Edible DNA

Make science fun? Your school-age kids will enjoy making an edible DNA model, while learning about science!

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Make a Model of DNA Using Common Materials

How to Make a Model of DNA Using Common Materials. Making a model of DNA is a great way to learn about how this magnificent structure builds our genes. Using common household materials, you can make your own model combining science and.

High School Science With Mrs. Lau: Hands-on Biochemistry: Beads, Pipe Cleaners, and the clearest way to teach monomers and polymers!

High School Science With Mrs. Lau: Hands-on Biochemistry: Beads, Pipe Cleaners, and the clearest way to teach monomers and polymers!

How to Make a 3-D DNA Model Project (9 Steps)

How to Make a 3-D DNA Model Project

Using common craft supplies, you can create a model of a DNA molecule suitable for a high school biology class.

March 2016 - 10th grade 3D DNA model project - used this along with a few other pins as inspiration for our final result - *Original Pin* - DNA Model

March 2016 - grade DNA model project - used this along with a few other pins as inspiration for our final result - *Original Pin* - DNA Model

The Double Helix -Glass Bead DNA model V2.0 (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post30056102&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

The Double Helix -Glass Bead DNA Model V2.0

Here is my second glass bead DNA double helix model. In this model I used wire instead of thread and I also added more space between the base pairs.

"This Double Helix is a scientific model of B deoxyribonucleic acid, which is the most common form of DNA. DNA is a chemical carrier of our genes. It has an elegant geometric structure that allows it to store a massive amount of information. Every organism has its own DNA, and it is our DNA that makes each of us unique.     Beads representing Phosphorus and Deoxyribose are 15 mm wide and multifaceted, and beads representing nitrogenous bases are oval and flat, 25 mmX20 mm."

"This Double Helix is a scientific model of B deoxyribonucleic acid, which is the most common form of DNA.

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